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Three's a Crowd

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(ABC, 12/2/1969, 90 mins). An Enoch Arden-themed comedy about a pilot who ends up with two wives in separate cities, mixing elements of Guinness’ “The Captain’s Paradise” and the Cary Grant-Irene Dunne classic, “My Favorite Wife.”

Production Companies Screen Gems, Columbia Pictures Television. Director Harry Falk. Producer Jon Epstein. Teleplay Harry Winkler, Nate Monaster. Based on a Story by Nate Monaster. Photography Lathrop Worth. Music Bobby Hart, James Boyce. Title song written and performed by Bobby Hart and James Boyce. Editor William Martin. Art Directors Howard Campbell, Ross Bellah.

Cast Larry Hagman (Jim Carson), Jessica Walter (Jessica Carson), E.J. Peaker (Ann Carson), Harvey Korman (Dr. Pike), Norman Fell (Norman/elevator operator), Stu Gilliam (Ralph Wilcox), Mickey Deems (Drunk), Shelley Morrison (Mona), Farrah Fawcett (Hitchhiker), Michael Lerner (Sid Bagbay), Alfred Dennis (Rico), Roy Stuart (Buzzy Grant), Ken Greenwald (George Fowler), Sue Taylor (Fran Preeble), Rosemary Eliot (Liz), Paul Vaughn (Oscar Preeble), Stefani Warren (Connie Dodson), Bob Pickett (Roy Dodson), Maggie Malooly (Madge Bagby), Nicky Blair (Waiter), Chet Stratton (Mr. Pomeroy).

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