The Patty Duke Show (1963–1966)
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Poppo's Birthday 

Patty wants the family to pitch in to buy Martin a birthday present. But trouble begins when the family gets the wrong idea about what present Martin wants.
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Patty Lane / Cathy Lane
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Martin Lane
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Natalie Lane
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Ross Lane
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Richard Harrison (credit only)
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Jim Frazer
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Police Sergeant
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Patty wants the family to pitch in to buy Martin a birthday present. But trouble begins when the family gets the wrong idea about what present Martin wants.

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12 January 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Dwindling Fortunes
23 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

With Martin's birthday approaching, Patty (Patty Duke) wants the family to pool their resources. Martin (William Schallert) decides to help out by hinting he wants an affordable Swiss pocket knife. He tears an ad for the knife out of a hunting magazine - to be found by the family, but everyone thinks Martin wants the more expensive gift on the other side of the ad. Learning Patty is trying to raise $99.50 for the "telescopic rifle", Martin tries to help from behind the scenes. Cathy (also Patty Duke) and Ross (Paul O'Keefe) are only marginally involved in this episode, while mother Jean Byron (Natalie) attempts to returns a new coat.

**** Poppo's Birthday (1/12/66) Charles Barton ~ Patty Duke, William Schallert, Jean Bryon, Tommy Farrell


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