The Partridge Family: Season 1, Episode 7

Danny and the Mob (6 Nov. 1970)

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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 ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview:
Keith Douglas Partridge
Jeremy Gelbwaks ...
Harry (as Pat Harrington)
LaVon LeVine LaVern
Richard Bakalyan ...
Skee (as Dick Bakalyan)
Jack Collins ...
Julio Medina ...
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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 <>

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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 »


That'll Be the Day
Music and Lyrics by Tony Romeo
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Barbara Rhoades and Pat Harrington
27 February 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Danny and the Mob" provides another early gem focusing on Danny, whose involvement (strictly as stock adviser) with statuesque Vegas showgirl La Von La Vine La Verne (Barbara Rhoades) has her longtime fiancée Harry (Pat Harrington) seeing red (in his first of three appearances, Jack Collins plays an incredulous stockbroker). Vic Tayback and Dick Bakalyan are Rocco and Skee, Harry's two henchmen, diligently putting the squeeze on young Danny's blowup duck, forcing the kid to coerce Reuben to help him write his last will and testament. Once he learns that his 'rival' is just a 10 year old boy, Harry instructs his boys to bring in the frightened Danny, but not without complications. Pat Harrington began his career with Steve Allen's ensemble, while radiant redhead Barbara Rhoades, ever intelligent and funny, was only beginning a busy career on television (IRONSIDE, COLUMBO, ELLERY QUEEN, SOAP). The featured song is "That'll Be the Day," a Tony Romeo original from the second LP, UP TO DATE, providing the backdrop for an almost Monkees-like 'romp,' the perfect capper for a very funny episode (Tony Romeo had already scored a hit by composing "I Think I Love You").

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