Tod and Buz, vacationing in Malibu, California, are drawn into the world of a paranoid Progressive Jazz trumpeter and his wife. Told largely in flashback by Buz, beginning innocently enough... See full summary »

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Tod and Buz, vacationing in Malibu, California, are drawn into the world of a paranoid Progressive Jazz trumpeter and his wife. Told largely in flashback by Buz, beginning innocently enough with Buz having made a connection with lounge songstress Kitty Parker. Written by dubchi

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20 January 1961 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Jo Ann Greer (most famous as one of Rita Hayworth's dubbers) provides the singing voice for "Kitty Parker". See more »

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Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)
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Music and Lyrics by Jimmy Davis, Jimmy Sherman, Roger Ramirez
Performed by Jo Ann Greer
The character of Kitty Parker is singing the song at the club when Tod and Buz first walk in
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Cool Sounds of the 60's
9 January 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Good peek at cool jazz sounds, circa 1960. Buzz and Tod get mixed up with confused wife (Francis) of jazz trumpeter (Lord). Trouble is she's the muse for his music so he's possessive as heck and she's suffocating. Guess who she latches onto. Good Malibu settings, including the creeping cliffside trolley. Francis is lovely, as usual, but doesn't mind looking disheveled, while singer Bostock does a couple Peter Gunn-type solos. The first shot is Tod taken to hospital, so there's built-in suspense as Buzz tells in flashback what happened. It's really more a Maharis showcase since Tod doesn't get many lines or screen time. And, oh yes, writer Silliphant gets to drop in some of his choice philosophical dialog, unusual for this Ozzie & Harriet period. All in all, it's an entertaining episode in the exceptional 66 mode.


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