My Favorite Martian (1963–1966)
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Go West, Young Martian: Part 1 

Martin is working on the CCTBS when Lorelei shows up Brennan. Brennan notices the CCTBS and looks at it. Before he and Lorelei leave, he flicks a switch and Martin and Tim are transported ... See full summary »

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... Uncle Martin
... Tim O'Hara
... Mrs. Lorelei Brown
... Det. Bill Brennan
... Red
... Pete
James Jeter ... Waiter
... Ship's Captain
Jeff DeBenning ... Big Jim
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Martin is working on the CCTBS when Lorelei shows up Brennan. Brennan notices the CCTBS and looks at it. Before he and Lorelei leave, he flicks a switch and Martin and Tim are transported to 1849 St. Louis. The CCTBS is not with them because neither of them was holding it. So Martin says it remained where it was, in California. So they have to make their way there. But when they eat before leaving, Tim pays with 20th century currency which the proprietor says is counterfeit. And they are arrested by a Marshall Brennan, Brennan's ancestor. They escape and get on a riverboat. Onboard, they meet a woman named Glutz, whose Mrs. Brown's ancestor on her way West. But her dowry's been stolen which means she won't make it to California and then get married and produce her child that would lead to Mrs. Brown. So they try to find the thief but the thief knows about their escape from Marshall Brennan so he tries to turn them in but they escape by jumping into the Mississipi. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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TV-G
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12 September 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This episode was the first of the series to be shown in color. Previous to this episode, they were shown/filmed in black & white. See more »

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References Bewitched (1964) See more »

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Oh! Susannah
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Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Pamela Britton
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