Danny gives stock advice to a very attractive cocktail waitress during the family's engagement in Las Vegas. However, the girl's very jealous boyfriend sends a couple of his goons to rough ... See full summary »

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Danny gives stock advice to a very attractive cocktail waitress during the family's engagement in Las Vegas. However, the girl's very jealous boyfriend sends a couple of his goons to rough Danny because he thinks Danny is a much older man trying to steal his girl. A frightened Danny then runs away in terror thinking that he is about to be rubbed out by the mob. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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6 November 1970 (USA)  »

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Danny: [To Mobster] You're squeezing my duck, sir.
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Referenced in My Best Friend's Birthday (1987) See more »

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That'll Be the Day
Music and Lyrics by Tony Romeo
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That'll Be the Day
22 February 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

While "The Partridge Family" is rehearsing for a Las Vegas appearance, tall and well-proportioned Barbara Rhoades (as LaVon LaVern) arrives. Her showy bust attracts Kincaid (Dave Madden) and Keith (David Cassidy), but the woman surprises Shirley (Shirley Jones) and the family by leaving with young Danny (Danny Bonaduce). As it turns out, the little smarty-pants is serving as Ms. Rhoades' stock adviser. Not knowing Danny is only ten-years-old, Rhoades' jealous boyfriend Pat Harrington Jr. (as Harry Starr) asks the mob to put a little pressure on Danny. Tony Romeo's "That'll Be the Day" (not the Buddy Holly song) is heard twice during this strange episode.

*** Danny and the Mob (11/6/70) Jerrold Bernstein ~ Danny Bonaduce, Barbara Rhoades, Pat Harrington Jr., Shirley Jones


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