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Here Come the Brides: Next Week, East Lynne

Candy arranges for a touring Shakespearean troupe to perform in Seattle. However, when the troupe leaves town, the townspeople discover that they've been robbed.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x4
Airdate: Friday October 17th, 1969

Director: Irving J. Moore
Writer: Henry Slesar

Guest Stars
Hoke HowellHoke Howell
As Ben (Ben Perkins)
Robert BihellerRobert Biheller
As Corky
Donald MoffatDonald Moffat
As Marlowe (Lockhart Marlowe the 3rd)
Jayne MeadowsJayne Meadows
As Eleanor (Eleanor Tangiers)
Ian IrelandIan Ireland
As Pierre (Pierre Le Beau)
Susan SiloSusan Silo
As Ada Moon
Paul MarinPaul Marin
As Boniface
Gordon DeVolGordon DeVol
As Knight (as Gordon De Vol)
Peter LawrencePeter Lawrence
As Laertes (as Peter Laurence)
William PhillipsWilliam Phillips
As Marshall
Main Cast
Robert Brown (1)Robert Brown (1)
As Jason Bolt
Bobby ShermanBobby Sherman
As Jeremy Bolt
David SoulDavid Soul
As Joshua Bolt
Bridget HanleyBridget Hanley
As Candy Pruitt
Mark LenardMark Lenard
As Aaron Stempel
Joan BlondellJoan Blondell
As Lottie Hatfield
Susan TolskySusan Tolsky
As Biddie Cloom
Episode Quotes
Jeremy: Corky, Corky, come on, I promise you'll have a great time.
Corky: Uh, Jeremy, isn't Shakespeare the stuff that Jason reads all the time?
Jeremy: Yeah, that's it.
Corky: Well, it sounds kinda like Quaker talk, only, uh, it rhymes every once in a while.

Eleanor: Careful, dear, wouldn't want to lose your girlish figure.
Ada Moon: Better to lose a figure then have to buy one at a mail order house.

Candy: Jason, this is no time to go shopping.
Jason: Candy, how would you like a nice, red, velvet dress? Made to entice.
Candy: Sounds positively wicked.
Jeremy: Um, uh, Jason, now why does Candy need a dress like that?
Jason: Jeremy...
Jeremy: Why did you use the word "entice," Jason?
Jason: Jeremy...
Jeremy: That's--that's--that's--Candy's got that gingham dress that I like very much.
Jason: Jeremy.
Jeremy: What?
Jason: Pierre La Beau. (gestures to Candy) La Bait.

Eleanor: Well, frankly, Mr. Winthrop, I look forward to a muscular Hamlet to play with. Uh, "against." "Opposite."

Biddy: Oh. Well, who cares about him? You know, it's all that makeup he borrowed from me. All that--that lip rouge and that powder and that hair dye. Oh. Not that I--not that I use hair dye. Because I don't. I never would use hair dye, just couldn't...
Jason: Biddy, Biddy, Biddy. My lips are sealed, and so should yours be.
Biddy: Why?
Jason: Because a good performer never spoils the illusion.

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperN. Richard Nash
Executive ProducerBob Claver
ProducerPaul Junger Witt  |  Stan Schwimmer
Associate ProducerFrank Hill
CastingErnest Losso
Unit Production ManagerJames Hogan
MusicHugo Montenegro
Set DecoratorFrank Lombardo
Director of PhotographyFred H. Jackman
Art DirectorRoss Bellah  |  Robert Peterson
Main Title ThemeErnie Sheldon  |  Hugo Montenegro  |  Jack Keller
Film EditorNorman Wallerstein
Assistant DirectorDavid Hawks
Story ConsultantWilliam Blinn
Make-up SupervisorBen Lane
Main Title Sung ByThe New Establishment
Based On A Story ByAlan Marcus (1)
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