Mr. Belvedere: Season 4, Episode 9

G.I. George (8 Jan. 1988)

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Wesley needs someone to use for his history assignment, so he considers using his father, whose Korean War stories have always wowed him. But then later he finds out he made the whole thing... See full summary »

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Wesley needs someone to use for his history assignment, so he considers using his father, whose Korean War stories have always wowed him. But then later he finds out he made the whole thing up, which disappoints him. Meanwhile, Mr. Belvedere feels left out over a family portrait. Written by vnisanian2001

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As this specific episode concludes, the Owens' family photograph occurs. It has Mr. Lynn Aloysius Belvedere, acted by Christopher Hewett standing behind a couch that has [from left to right] Bob Uecker, portraying George Owens. Ilene Graff, portraying Marsha Owens. Rob Stone, portraying Kevin Owens, Tracy Wells, portraying Heather Owens and Brice Beckham, portraying Wesley T. Owens. Additional fact the photograph is in the opening credits, but short. As the Opening credits begin, the photograph stays on until all major crew members' names appear, creator, producers, writers, directors and guest stars name appear. Then the scene changes for last minute of closing credits. See more »

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