My Three Sons (1960–1972)
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Uncle Charley's Aunt 

Uncle Charley is in charge of Frolics Night at his lodge, but has trouble lining up the entertainment, so Charley joins in with his lodge brothers, dressing in drag for a chorus line number... See full summary »

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Stanley Livingston ...
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Gil Lamb ...
Ted Dollinger
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Police Sergeant
Charles S. Thompson ...
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Rolfe Sedan ...
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Frank J. Scannell ...
Master of Ceremonies (as Frank Scannell)
Andy Albin ...
Morgan
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Uncle Charley is in charge of Frolics Night at his lodge, but has trouble lining up the entertainment, so Charley joins in with his lodge brothers, dressing in drag for a chorus line number. After the show, Charley falls asleep and embarrassingly has to walk home in costume after waking up. While resting on a park bench, an elderly man mistakes Charley for a woman and begins flirting with him, and Charley gets arrested for hitting the man. Written by S Sather

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17 February 1968 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title refer to the play "Charley's Aunt" written by Brandon Thomas and performed on Broadway many times starting in 1893 and performed on TV and in the movies many times. See more »

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References Charley's Aunt (1941) See more »

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