Patty's rival Monica throws a party but doesn't invite Cathy. Patty gets Cathy invited but at the expense of losing Richard on a date to Monica, so Patty decides to skip the party. That is ... See full summary »

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Patty's rival Monica throws a party but doesn't invite Cathy. Patty gets Cathy invited but at the expense of losing Richard on a date to Monica, so Patty decides to skip the party. That is until she learns that a musical group needs a lead singer and there is a possibility of a record deal at the party. Written by Randy_D

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Comedy | Family | Music

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29 September 1965 (USA)  »

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Patty sings "Tiny Little Butterflies", written by Bernice Ross, Lor Crane and Jack Gold, which she sings in her movie "Billie". but this time with "The Shindogs" (as stated above) that included at various times Glen Campbell, Joey Cooper, Chuck Blackwell (drums), Billy Preston, James Burton, Delaney Bramlett, Larry Knechtel (on bass) and pianist Leon Russell. See more »

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Funny Little Butterflies
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Written by Bernice Ross, Lor Crane, and Jack Gold
Performed by Patty Duke and The Shindogs
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