The Doris Day Show

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The Doris Day Show is an American sitcom which was originally broadcast on CBS from September 1968 until March 1973, remaining on the air for five seasons and 128 episodes.
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The Doris Day Show is an American sitcom which was originally broadcast on CBS from September 1968 until March 1973, remaining on the air for five seasons and 128 episodes.

Original Release

09/24/1968 on CBS

US Release

09/24/1968

Cast

Doris Day Doris Martin
Paul Smith Ron Harvey
Todd Starke Toby Martin
Philip Brown Billy Martin
Rose Marie Myrna Gibbons
Denver Pyle Buck Webb
McLean Stevenson Michael Nicholson
John Dehner Cy Bennett
Paul Smith Ron Harvey
Lord Nelson Nelson the Sheepdog
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 No More Advice... Please Monday, 11 September 1972
2 The Great Talent Raid Monday, 18 September 1972
3 Just a Miss Understanding Monday, 25 September 1972
4 The Press Secretary Monday, 02 October 1972
5 Peeping Tom Monday, 09 October 1972
6 Forgive and Forget Monday, 16 October 1972
7 Debt of Honor Monday, 23 October 1972
8 Jimmy the Gent Monday, 06 November 1972
9 The Music Man Monday, 13 November 1972
10 Defective Story Monday, 20 November 1972
11 The Co-Op Monday, 27 November 1972
12 Anniversary Gift Monday, 11 December 1972
13 The New Boss Monday, 18 December 1972
14 Follow That Dog Monday, 01 January 1973
15 The Hoax Monday, 08 January 1973
16 The Last Huzzah Monday, 15 January 1973
17 Hospital Benefit Monday, 22 January 1973
18 It's a Dog's Life Monday, 29 January 1973
19 Family Magazine Monday, 05 February 1973
20 A Small Cure for Big Alimony Monday, 12 February 1973
21 The Magnificent Fraud Monday, 19 February 1973
22 Meant for Each Other Monday, 26 February 1973
23 Welcome to Big Sur, Sir Monday, 05 March 1973
24 Byline, Alias Doris Monday, 12 March 1973
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Directors

William Wiard, Reza Badiyi, Bruce Bilson, Denver Pyle, Gary Nelson, Coby Ruskin, Bob Sweeney, Marc Daniels, Lee Philips, Norman Tokar, Roger Duchowny, Richard Kinon, Harry Falk, Frederick de Cordova, Lawrence Dobkin, Peter Baldwin, Earl Bellamy, Irving J. Moore, Hal Cooper, Jerry London, Edward H. Feldman, Alan Rafkin, Peter Lawford

Writers

James Fritzell, Sidney Morse, Jack Elinson, Norman Paul, Arthur Julian, Budd Grossman, Laurence Marks, William Raynor, Myles Wilder, Don Genson, Richard Powell, Phil Sharp, Rick Mittleman, Jerry Devine, Laurie Samara, Courtney Andrews, Charlotte Brown, Don Nelson, Arthur Alsberg, Joseph Bonaduce, Doug Tibbles, Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant, E. Duke Vincent, Bruce Howard, Bruce Lester-Johnson, Harry Winkler, Peggy Elliott, Carl Kleinschmitt, John McGreevey, Seaman Jacobs, Si Rose, Norman Katkov, Dorothy Cooper, Ed Scharlach, Gary Belkin, Lloyd Turner, Ray Singer, Fred S. Fox, Bob Sand, Richard Baer, James L. Brooks, Gordon Mitchell, Howard Leeds, Bruce Stertin

Creators

James Fritzell

Cast

Doris Day Doris Martin
Paul Smith Ron Harvey
Todd Starke Toby Martin
Philip Brown Billy Martin
Rose Marie Myrna Gibbons
Denver Pyle Buck Webb
McLean Stevenson Michael Nicholson
John Dehner Cy Bennett
Paul Smith Ron Harvey
Lord Nelson Nelson the Sheepdog
Paul L. Smith
Jackie Joseph Jackie Parker
James Hampton LeRoy B. Simpson
Billy De Wolfe Willard Jarvis
Peter Lawford Dr. Peter Lawrence
Naomi Stevens Juanita
Patrick O'Neal Jonathan Rusk
Kaye Ballard Angie Pallucci
Fran Ryan Aggie Thompson
Bernie Kopell Louie Pallucci

Producers

Terry Melcher Executive Producer
Martin Melcher Executive Producer
Doris Day Executive Producer
Don Genson Executive Producer
Terry Melcher Producer
George Turpin Producer
Norman Paul Producer
Jack Elinson Producer
Edward H. Feldman Producer
Bob Sweeney Producer
Richard Dorso Producer
Doris Day Producer
Jerry London Producer
Don Genson Producer
Martin Melcher Producer
Norman Tokar Producer

Editors

Cliffe Oland, Michael Kahn, John McSweeney Jr.

1969Golden GlobeBest TV Show Nominated
1969Golden GlobeBest TV Star - Female Nominated
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