The Patty Duke Show: Season 2, Episode 23

Patty Pits Wits, Two Brits Hits (17 Feb. 1965)

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When Cathy is chosen to host a classical music program on a Brooklyn Heights radio station, Patty sees this as an opportunity to promote a new singing duo she has discovered.

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Paul O'Keefe ...
Chad Stuart ...
Patrick
Jeremy Clyde ...
Nigel
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Danny
John C. Becher ...
Hollis
Milt Moss ...
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Stanley Grover ...
Jimmy
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When Cathy is chosen to host a classical music program on a Brooklyn Heights radio station, Patty sees this as an opportunity to promote a new singing duo she has discovered.

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In reality, Nigel & Patrick were known as Chad & Jeremy, a successful folk-rock duo formed in England in the early 1960s. See more »

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A Summer Song
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Written by David Stuart, Clive Metcalf, and Keith Noble
Performed by Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde
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Chad & Jeremy discovered in Brooklyn Heights
2 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

British invasion pop duo Chad & Jeremy (Nigel & Patrick for this show) supposedly are performing at a radio station that's simultaneously broadcasting Cathy Lane's announcing a brilliant young American pianist about to play Chopin's Nocturne in E Flat Major (either #2 or #16) as part of the high school''s new classical music program. Patty tries to introduce them to her father who had just written an editorial about how bad the music was that the teens were listening to. As Nigel & Patrick come into Martin's office and start playing, he kicks them out

  • as does almost every record company, until they come to one ran by


Danny Leonard, a "hole in the wall, fly-by-night nobody"

But Danny will record them if his silent partner, brother-in-law, show manufacturer Max Whithers likes them. Max only listens to records so Patty records a tape at home. Her younger brother Ross is apparently an expert at recording demos - as he operates the tape recorder for the demo.

Does Nigel & Patrick become sensations? At the beginning of the show, they are performing "A Summer Song" at Brooklyn Heights High School.


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