The Patty Duke Show (1963–1966)
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Anywhere I Hang My Horn Is Home 

Patty befriends a trumpet-playing musician who is down on his luck, and invites him to stay with the Lanes until he can land a gig. But will he wear out his welcome first?

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Richard Harrison (credit only)
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Gate Garrison
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Patty befriends a trumpet-playing musician who is down on his luck, and invites him to stay with the Lanes until he can land a gig. But will he wear out his welcome first?

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19 January 1966 (USA)  »

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Dick Gautier Stays Over
27 February 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

While conducting a survey, Patty (Patty Duke) meets poverty-stricken trumpet player Dick Gautier (as Gate Garrison). Felling sorry for Mr. Gautier, Patty invites him to dinner. Martin (William Schallert) prompts Gautier to reveal he is unemployed, wife Natalie (as Jean Bryon) brings up her expensive jewelry, and son Ross (Paul O'Keefe) mentions he was unsuccessful on the trumpet; the horn being hard on the family ears. After Gautier hurts his back, Patty secures him an invitation as a house-guest, leading to suspicions when Natalie's broach disappears. Cathy's chair remains empty during dinner, but Cathy (also Patty Duke) still has to do the dishes; shabby treatment for the show's original look-alike cousin. But Gautier does peel potatoes well.

*** Anywhere I Hang My Horn Is Home (1/19/66) Gary Nelson ~ Richard Gautier, Patty Duke, William Schallert, Jean Bryon


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