My Three Sons (1960–1972)
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Robbie's Double Life 

Uncle Charley tells Steve that Robbie is going steady with two girls. Steve talks to Robbie, but Robbie says he can handle it. One day, the two girls meet and start to compare notes on their very similar boyfriends.

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Uncle Charley tells Steve that Robbie is going steady with two girls. Steve talks to Robbie, but Robbie says he can handle it. One day, the two girls meet and start to compare notes on their very similar boyfriends.

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10 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Terrible miscast voice
12 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I still enjoy watching an occasional episode of some of the old 60s TV shows when they show up on the listings of some local network that spends a great deal of time soliciting donations so they can continue to offer these "golden television treasures." My 12-year-old son and I enjoy picking the shows to pieces; the low budgets and cheesy special effects are always good targets for heckling and abuse: "That punch missed him by at least a foot. The sound of the impact was a second or two late." The episode of My Three Sons in which Robbie's Double is causing Robbie trouble is a perfect example. The trick photography used to allow a person to play two characters has been over-used to the point of banality even in TV sitcoms as old as this My Three Sons episode. But without a doubt, the deep voice overdubbed for Robbie's double has got to be one of the stupidest miscasts in history.


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