The Patty Duke Show: Season 1, Episode 3

The Elopement (2 Oct. 1963)

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Martin mistakenly believes that the family is trying to hide the fact that Patty and Richard are going to sneak off and get married. But Cathy's hiccups give them away.

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Martin mistakenly believes that the family is trying to hide the fact that Patty and Richard are going to sneak off and get married. But Cathy's hiccups give them away.

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Ending credits scroll rather than pop-up like in beginning credits. In later shows, they pop-up in the ending credits too like the beginning credits. See more »

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Bridal Chorus (Here Comes The Bride)
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Written by Richard Wagner
Whistled by John McGiver
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