Family Affair

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Bill Davis is a successful engineer who resides in a large apartment in New York with his valet, Mr. Giles French. His life takes a sudden change when his niece Buffy shows up out of the blue to live with him. In the middle of figuring out what to do,... read more
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Bill Davis is a successful engineer who resides in a large apartment in New York with his valet, Mr. Giles French. His life takes a sudden change when his niece Buffy shows up out of the blue to live with him. In the middle of figuring out what to do, Buffy's twin brother Jody shows up. Around this time Bill has to leave for a business trip in Peru. While he's gone, Buffy and Jody's older sister Cissy also arrives. Bill and his valet now find themselves the guardians of these three children.

Original Release

09/12/1966 on CBS

US Release

09/12/1966

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Cast

Sebastian Cabot Mr. Giles French
Brian Keith Bill Davis / Uncle Bill Davis
Kathy Garver Cissy Davis / Catherine 'Cissy' Patterson-Davis
Anissa Jones Buffy Davis / Ava Elizabeth 'Buffy' Patterson-Davis
Johnny Whitaker Jonathan 'Jody' Patterson-Davis
Nancy Walker
Heather Angel Miss Faversham
John Williams Nigel 'Niles' French
Sherry Alberoni Sharon James
Karl Lukas Scotty
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Good Neighbors Thursday, 17 September 1970
2 Desert Isle: Manhattan Style Thursday, 24 September 1970
3 Eastward Ho Thursday, 01 October 1970
4 Meet Emily Thursday, 08 October 1970
5 The Return of Maudie Thursday, 15 October 1970
6 It Can't Be Five Years Thursday, 22 October 1970
7 Travels with Cissy Thursday, 29 October 1970
8 Stamp of Approval Thursday, 05 November 1970
9 And Baby Makes Eight Thursday, 12 November 1970
10 Say Uncle Thursday, 19 November 1970
11 Class Clown Thursday, 26 November 1970
12 The Unsinkable Mr. French Thursday, 03 December 1970
13 Wish You Were Here Thursday, 10 December 1970
14 Feat of Clay Thursday, 17 December 1970
15 Heroes Are Born Thursday, 31 December 1970
16 Nobody Here But Us Uncles Thursday, 07 January 1971
17 Too Late, Too Soon Thursday, 14 January 1971
18 The Littlest Exile Thursday, 21 January 1971
19 Put Your Dreams Away Thursday, 28 January 1971
20 The Joiners Thursday, 04 February 1971
21 Cinder-Emily Thursday, 11 February 1971
22 Goodbye, Mrs. Beasley Thursday, 18 February 1971
23 Buffy's Fair Lady Thursday, 25 February 1971
24 You Can't Fight City Hall Thursday, 04 March 1971
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Directors

Charles Barton, William D. Russell, James Sheldon

Writers

Henry Garson, Edmund Beloin, Austin Kalish, John McGreevey, Irma Kalish, Joseph Hoffman, Elroy Schwartz, George Tibbles, Seaman Jacobs, Ed James, Phil Davis, Blanche Hanalis, Burt Styler, Fred S. Fox, Edmund L. Hartmann, Peggy Chantler Dick, Brad Radnitz, Roy Kammerman, Rita Lakin, Hannibal Coons, Ted Sherdeman, Stanley Roberts, Jane Klove, Walter Black, Douglas Dick, Cynthia Lindsay, Doug Tibbles, Roland Wolpert, Rocci Chatfield, Phil Leslie, Jerry Devine, Roswell Rogers, Harry Winkler, Charles R. Marion, Robert Pirosh, Lois Hire, Si Rose, Dorothy Cooper, Bonnie Souleles, Ernestine Barton, William H. Wright, Arthur Marx

Creators

Edmund L. Hartmann, Don Fedderson

Cast

Sebastian Cabot Mr. Giles French
Brian Keith Bill Davis / Uncle Bill Davis
Kathy Garver Cissy Davis / Catherine 'Cissy' Patterson-Davis
Anissa Jones Buffy Davis / Ava Elizabeth 'Buffy' Patterson-Davis
Johnny Whitaker Jonathan 'Jody' Patterson-Davis
Nancy Walker
Heather Angel Miss Faversham
John Williams Nigel 'Niles' French
Sherry Alberoni Sharon James
Karl Lukas Scotty
Anissa Jones Buffy Davis
Kathy Garver Cissy Davis
John Hubbard Ted Gaynor
Gregg Fedderson Gregg
John Williams
Noel Drayton Mr. Hardcastle
Brian Keith Bill Davis
Johnny Whitaker
Richard Peel Mr. Withers
Nancy Walker Emily Turner

Producers

Don Fedderson Executive Producer
Edmund L. Hartmann Producer
Fred Henry Producer
Henry Garson Producer
Edmund Beloin Producer

Editors

James H. King, Sam Vitale, Don Higgins, Richard L. Van Enger, David Ramirez, Charles Van Enger

1971 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1968 Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1968 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1968 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Nominated
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