The Patty Duke Show: Season 1, Episode 12

How to Be Popular (4 Dec. 1963)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Family | Music
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After feeling like a wallflower at one of Patty's parties, Cathy asks a newspaper columnist how she can be more popular. Cathy tries hard, but the results are not what she expects.

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After feeling like a wallflower at one of Patty's parties, Cathy asks a newspaper columnist how she can be more popular. Cathy tries hard, but the results are not what she expects.

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Film from the house dance party was used in the making of the regular opening and closing credit scenes for the series. (opening credits): "Patty likes to rock and roll; a hot dog makes her lose control." (closing credits): "From Zanzibar to Barclay Square". See more »

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While Cathy is sitting on a park bench reading a book titled "You Can Be Popular", she is holding its mailing envelope, stamp-side-up, pressed against the outside back cover. The distant shots show the envelope with the stamp located in the lower-right corner, and the closeup shots show the envelope turned 180 degrees with the stamp located in the upper-left corner. See more »

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References The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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