Occasional Wife (1966–1967)

I Do, We Don't 

Peter and Greta look for an actor to play a minister after Peter's mother arranges a wedding.


Bob Claver


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Episode cast overview:
Michael Callan ... Peter Christopher
Patricia Harty ... Greta Patterson
Jack Collins ... Max Brahms
Joan Tompkins Joan Tompkins ... Mrs. Brahms
Woodrow Parfrey ... Grant Gray
Sara Seegar ... Mrs. Christopher
Bryan O'Byrne ... Man-in-Middle
C. Lindsay Workman ... Clerk (as Lindsay Workman)
Jim Begg Jim Begg ... Photographer
Victor Thorley Victor Thorley ... Leslie Blair
Bruno VeSota ... Actor
Henry Hunter Henry Hunter ... Reverend Green
John Astin ... Frank Maston


Peter and Greta look for an actor to play a minister after Peter's mother arranges a wedding.

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Release Date:

11 October 1966 (USA) See more »

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Screen Gems Television See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:



Color (as color by Pathé)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The title is from the musical 'I Do! I Do!' with a book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt based on the Jan de Hartog play The Fourposter. The original Broadway production of "I Do! I Do!" opened at the 46th Street Theater on December 5, 1966 with Mary Martin and Robert Preston, ran for 560 performances and was nominated for the 1967 Tony Awards for the Best Musical and Score. See more »

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The Arranged Wedding
29 January 2018 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

Greta (Patricia Harty) is putting the feminine touch to Peter's (Michael Callan) apartment to look more like they are married, for the benefit of Peter's visiting mother (Sara Seegar). She is upset that she wasn't at the wedding (that never took place of course) and wants another wedding to take place. She plans it against their wishes, so they decide to hire an actor to play the minister. They go to Grant Gray's (noted character actor Woodrow Parfrey) agency to test actors for the part. They're left with nervous, meek Frank Maston (John Astin, Gomez in "The Addams Family"). Comedic mishaps make for a funny climax and ending.

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