That Girl: Season 1, Episode 4

I'll Be Suing You (29 Sep. 1966)

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Don loans Ann his car so she can pick up a rubber tree plant (which is actually a live plant) from her mother. A pedestrian carrying a sewing machine walks into Don's car while Ann was ... See full summary »

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Arnold Lemming
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Ruth Perrott ...
Antique Lady
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Don loans Ann his car so she can pick up a rubber tree plant (which is actually a live plant) from her mother. A pedestrian carrying a sewing machine walks into Don's car while Ann was driving it and sues her. Ann gives her account of what happened in court, in great detail. She has trouble getting anyone to believe that while she was stopped at a traffic light, a man just walked into the car, and that his sewing machine damaged the fender. Written by A Girl

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The title is based upon the 1938 song "I'll Be Seeing You" written by Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal. See more »

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References Perry Mason (1957) See more »

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Music & lyrics by Stephen Foster
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