Nanny and the Professor (1970–1971)
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Aunt Henrietta and the Jinx 

Butch is convinced he is a jinx so Aunt Henrietta is consulted about his belief. When Butch breaks her crystal ball, she confirms it. It's up to Nanny to persuade Aunt Henrietta to put things right.

Director:

Norman Abbott

Writers:

Thomas L. Miller (creator), AJ Carothers (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Juliet Mills ... Nanny
Richard Long ... Professor Everett
David Doremus David Doremus ... Hal
Trent Lehman Trent Lehman ... Butch
Kim Richards ... Prudence
Elsa Lanchester ... Aunt Henrietta
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Butch is convinced he is a jinx so Aunt Henrietta is consulted about his belief. When Butch breaks her crystal ball, she confirms it. It's up to Nanny to persuade Aunt Henrietta to put things right.

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Comedy | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 1971 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Butch the Jinx
26 June 2017 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

Butch (Trent Lehman) is upset that everything around him is going wrong. Aunt Henrietta (Elsa Lanchester) arrives with her crystal ball to see into the future. Butch accidentally breaks it, making Aunt Henrietta proclaim he's a jinx. Butch is nearing a bowling tournament and Nanny (Juliet Mills) takes him and the other kids to a bowling alley to practice. As his clumsiness worsens, Nanny takes him to Aunt Henrietta to straighten things out. She gives Butch a lucky coin to ward off the evil spirits of the jinx. With renewed confidence, Butch competes in the tournament. Needing a miraculous shot, Butch finds his lucky coin is gone, but is given advice from his father (Richard Long). He wisely states, "There's an old Greek saying- of all the battles, the first and the greatest is for man to conquer himself."


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