Danny sees his mother looking at a mink coat in a store window, and with Shirley's birthday coming up, Danny decides to buy it for her. To raise money, Danny starts selling Keith's personal belongings to the love-sick girls at school.

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Danny sees his mother looking at a mink coat in a store window, and with Shirley's birthday coming up, Danny decides to buy it for her. To raise money, Danny starts selling Keith's personal belongings to the love-sick girls at school.

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26 November 1971 (USA)  »

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Keith: Come on, Danny. You've had your eye on my pickle ever since you came in here.
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Come On Get Happy
Music by Wes Farrell
Lyrics by Danny Janssen
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"It all started when I lost my pickle!"
15 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"I Can Get It for You Retail" tops the list of fan favorites, eliciting one of David Cassidy's funniest performances. Shirley's birthday is coming up, and Danny sees her admiring something 'wild and exotic and frivolous'- a mink coat. Discovering that girls would pay any price for anything owned by famous big brother Keith, the pint sized entrepreneur gathers together a few items to test the marketplace ("I've never been attacked by a herd of stampeding money before!"). With baby brother Chris in tow, Danny proceeds to engineer a campaign which drives Keith crazy, a series of 'misplaced' items culminating in the theft of his hair (Keith: "Mom, you're not gonna tell me I've misplaced it!"). As the saleslady, Sari Price makes her second appearance on the show, a dear friend of Shirley Jones from her Broadway days. The featured song is perfect for the subject matter, "Every Bit of You," composed by Irwin Levine and L. Russell Brown, not issued until the fifth LP SHOPPING BAG (Mar 1972), the last to reach Billboard's Top 40 album charts, at number 18.


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