Eddie Walker of New York City and Tommy Finch of London, England had been World War II buddies and they decide to swap teenage daughters Patty and Heather for a year.
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1963   1962   Unknown  

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Series cast summary:
Eddie Foy Jr. ...  Eddie Walker 21 episodes, 1962-1963
Victor Maddern ...  Tommy Finch / ... 21 episodes, 1962-1963
Judy Carne ...  Heather Finch 21 episodes, 1962-1963
Lynn Loring ...  Patty Walker 20 episodes, 1962-1963
Audrey Christie ...  Dorothy Walker 18 episodes, 1962-1963
Flip Mark Flip Mark ...  Larry Walker 16 episodes, 1962-1963
Diana Chesney Diana Chesney ...  Sybil Finch 14 episodes, 1962-1963
Dennis Waterman ...  Neville Finch 14 episodes, 1962-1963
Maurice Dallimore ...  Willie Shorthouse 12 episodes, 1962-1963
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Eddie Walker of New York City and Tommy Finch of London, England had been World War II buddies and they decide to swap teenage daughters Patty and Heather for a year. Written by J.E. McKillop <jmckillo@notes.cc.bellcore.com>

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USA

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English

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21 September 1962 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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Was originally slated to be taken off the air after the first year. However due to the enormity of viewers who wrote in protesting the cancellation, it was retained for another year after which the death knell rung. See more »

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Marvellously weird
24 September 2010 | by margotSee all my reviews

"Mum, can I have five shillings?" "Whatever for, Neville?" "I need to buy a doll."

One exchange I remember. Neville was doing some science project. Other episodes: Eddie was treating his English friends to a Christmas present of central heating, something very rare, apparently, in the London of the time.

The American girl practicing the Weird Sisters' chant at the beginning of Macbeth.

A sniffy Englishman admitting to one of the Walkers that that there was one American he approved of: "Benedict Arnold."

A rave smash if it could be rerun today.


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