Gidget (1965–1966)
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Gidget starts worrying that she and her Dad are too dependent on each other.


Bruce Bilson


Frederick Kohner (creator), John McGreevey




Episode cast overview:
Sally Field ... Gidget
Don Porter ... Professor Russell Lawrence
Lynette Winter Lynette Winter ... Larue
Betty Conner Betty Conner ... Anne Cooper
Anne Bellamy Anne Bellamy ... Meg
Pat McCaffrie Pat McCaffrie ... Pete
Robert Beach Robert Beach ... Toby
Penny Kunard Penny Kunard ... Katie
Ila Britton Ila Britton ... Helen (as Ila Briton)
Michael York Michael York ... Perry
Kathleen Crowley ... Barbara


Gidget starts worrying that she and her Dad are too dependent on each other.

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10 February 1966 (USA) See more »

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Color (as color by Pathé)

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1.33 : 1
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Father/Daughter Relationship
24 August 2017 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

Gidget (Sally Field) is on a date with Toby Prentiss (Robert Beach) but all she can talk about is things her dad (Don Porter) said. Toby says things to make Gidget question her relationship with her dad. Neither can remember the names of the other's dates, and Gidget's best friend Larue (Lynette Winter) says its a sign of jealousy. Gidget works hard to prepare a dinner at home for her dad and his date Barbara Leeds (Kathleen Crowley) and creates chaos in a comical scene. Now Gidget is sure of how she feels about her father being with any woman and tries to avoid him. He talks with his other daughter Anne (Betty Conner) and her husband John (Peter Dual), a psychology student. John surmises to Anne that her father is completely dependent on Gidget. As Gidget continues to avoid him, he calls upon Meg (Anne Bellamy) for a romantic backdoor barbecue, but Barbara soon shows up with a bouillabaisse. If three is a crowd, imagine the scene when five of his friends show up. Gidget and her father sit down for a father/daughter talk.

The premise is rather weird when you think deeply on it. But, there is some nice comedic moments here, which we don't often see with the series.

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