Danny has a new girlfriend at school. Renee is Jewish, so Danny pretends to be Jewish. Danny meets her father, who says he would like to meet Danny's family. Danny tries to hide his "little white lie" from his family.

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Noam Pitlik ...
Rabbi Ben Stern
Joyce Easton ...
Mrs. Stern
Lark Geib ...
Renee Stern
Judy Farrell ...
Mrs. Carlysle
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Danny has a new girlfriend at school. Renee is Jewish, so Danny pretends to be Jewish. Danny meets her father, who says he would like to meet Danny's family. Danny tries to hide his "little white lie" from his family.

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9 February 1974 (USA)  »

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When Rabbi Stern enters the living room through the front door, the camera angle is very low and points upward for a second. You can see where the top of the set ends and the light equipment begins. See more »

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Shirley Renfrew Partridge: People aren't as different as we think. We may have different beliefs, but we're all pretty much alike.
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I Heard You Singing Your Song
Music & Lyrics by Barry Mann
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Noam Pitlik and Lark Geib
4 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Danny Converts" is an unusual latter entry, with Danny falling for a Jewish girl named Renee Stern (Lark Geib), whose father (Noam Pitlik) happens to be a Rabbi. Problems arise when Rabbi Stern asks Danny about his bar mitzvah, his family unaware of his deception. As an actor, Noam Pitlik was probably best remembered for his role as Officer 'Swanny' Swanhauser on SANFORD AND SON, but became far more prolific as a director, doing over 100 episodes of BARNEY MILLER. This was Gary Dubin's fourth appearance as Danny's buddy Punky Lazaar, who makes a bet with Danny that he won't be able to go out with Renee, the new girl in school. The featured song is Barry Mann's "I Heard You Singing Your Song," from the LP BULLETIN BOARD (previously heard in "Heartbreak Keith").


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