Dobie and Maynard tell their sergeant of the dark and stormy night when they were left minding the store and became convinced a Martian invasion was underway.

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Sheila James Kuehl ...
Zelda Gilroy (as Sheila James)
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Producer Nicholby
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Police Chief Rosenbloom
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Jane Smith
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Little Boy with Ray Gun (as Ronnie Howard)
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Sergeant Wyncoup
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Cedric Van Horn
Neil Burstyn ...
Alabama Schwarz (as Neil Nephew)
Baily Harper ...
Kim Breck
Max Mellinger ...
Policeman Clancy
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On a dark and stormy night, Dobie and Maynard are on guard duty, where every little proverbial bump in the night makes them jumpy, which gets them into an issue with their sergeant. They tell the sergeant a story of why. On a similarly dark and stormy night, Dobie, Maynard and Zelda were minding the store to give Dobie's parents a night off to go to the movies. Being a dark and stormy night, no one was out shopping, leaving the three alone in the store to discuss Maynard's favorite movie "The Monster that Devoured Cleveland" which in turn led to a discussion about aliens. Unlike the movie, Zelda figured that if aliens ever were to invade Earth, they would look exactly like humans to blend in. These aliens would be able to do so by taking over human bodies. A series of incidents made Dobie and Maynard believe that aliens had indeed invaded Earth, most specifically invaded Gillis' store and their town in the form of humans, some they knew, some who were total strangers. As such, Dobie ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family

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20 June 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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The title is from the commonly expected demand from one encountering an extraterrestrial being or alien from outer space. See more »

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References Sergeant York (1941) See more »

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Dobie
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Written by Lionel Newman & Max Shulman
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