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Family Affair (1966)

Family Affair (1966)


When bachelor Bill Davis receives a young girl (his niece) at his New York apartment door, he first thinks of sending her to a boarding school, but that didn't work out. When her twin brother and older sister come in a few days later, you got one of the most loved TV series of the 1960's.

Family Affair gave us a look into the lives of the Davis household, as the man about town who was in and out due to business all of a sudden has to change his lifestyle.
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Episode Info

Final: 5x24 -- You Can Fight City Hall (Mar/04/1971)



Cast
Brian Keith
As Bill Davis
Sebastian Cabot
As Giles French
Kathy Garver
As Cissy Davis
Anissa Jones
As Buffy Davis
Johnny Whitaker
As Jody Davis
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Recurring Guests

Heather Angel as Miss Faversham (17 eps)
Gregg Fedderson as Marvin (13 eps)
Randy Whipple as Arthur (11 eps)
Karl Lukas as Scotty (10 eps)
Sherry Alberoni as Sharon James (9 eps)
John Hubbard as Ted Gaynor (8 eps)
Noel Drayton as Mr. Hardcastle (7 eps)
Joan Vohs as Diane (7 eps)
Miguel Monsalve as Carlos (7 eps)
William Boyett as Foreman (6 eps)

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Warning: Family Affair (1966) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Family
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 12, 1966
Ended: September 09, 1971
Themes
   
Akas
• Enredos de Familia (Used In Colombia)
• Mein lieber Onkel Bill (Used In Germany)
• Mis Adorables Sobrinos (Used In Colombia)
• Tre Nipoti e un Maggiordomo (Used In Italy)
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