That Girl (1966–1971)
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Those Friars 

Ann inherits her Uncle Harry's old vaudeville trunk which stars Danny Thomas and Milton Berle insist on buying.

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Ann Marie
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Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ...
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Ann unexpectedly receives a delivery: the trunk that belonged to her long deceased Great Uncle Harry Marie, a minor vaudevillian. Uncle Harry was basically unknown to the public, but was well known within the vaudeville community. Found in storage in a hotel scheduled for demolition, the trunk and Uncle Harry's belongings were thought to have disappeared, which is why Ann is so excited to receive this delivery of items of the only one of her family associated with show business. After she and Donald are able to break into the trunk, they find inside memorabilia from Uncle Harry's vaudeville days, which looks to have no monetary value, but which has great sentimental value to Ann. Regardless, Sandy, Ann's agent, thinks he can parlay the situation into some publicity for Ann. He plans to write a newspaper article about struggling actress Ann connecting with her show business past through the trunk. The article garners much attention, even from Milton Berle and Danny Thomas, who both ... Written by Huggo

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8 January 1971 (USA)  »

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That Girl
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
Performed by Chorus
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