Ann tries to explain to Donald how she came to be arrested, wearing a very small leopard print cave-girl outfit. It began when she filled in for a fellow actress at her job as a waitress at a restaurant called 'The Cave'.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Milton Selzer ...
Eddie Parelle
Jackie Joseph ...
Dick Balduzzi ...
Police Sergeant
Bella Bruck ...
Miss Friendship
Bernie Allen ...
Mr. Lou
Richard X. Slattery ...
Lt. Sylvestri


An embarrassed Ann is arrested and in jail while wearing only a revealing leopard skin cave woman outfit. Despite she not wanting any of her friends or family to know her situation, she nonetheless calls Donald for help, he who jumps to all sorts of conclusions once he sees her behind bars wearing what she's wearing, and because she broke their date that evening telling him she was too tired to go out. However, Ann still isn't certain why she's in jail. The story... After breaking her date with Donald, Ann received an urgent plea from her friend Margie to fill in for her at work, a nightclub called The Cave whose theme is a prehistoric cave. Despite her reluctance, Ann was forced to wear the revealing costume for the job or else Margie would end up losing her job. Seeing her apprehension about wearing the costume in front of many people, Al Morgenthaler, one of Margie's boss' associates, gets Ann transferred from working the coat check to working the more intimate private dining room.... Written by Huggo

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3 November 1966 (USA)  »

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Actually Ann lays her hand down on the dress and as she turns to leave she grabs it and slides it off the table and takes it with her. See more »


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Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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