Jack Albertson

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VIDEO: Aunt Bee's Cousin

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Aunt Bee's Cousin
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Length: 20:13:45
Aired: 12/4/1967

Andy learns his cousin Bradford is a broke phony, but keeps quiet because Aunt Bee thinks he's a wealthy relative. watch

VIDEO: Aunt Bee's Cousin

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Aunt Bee's Cousin
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 12/4/1967

Andy learns his cousin Bradford is a broke phony, but keeps quiet because Aunt Bee thinks he's a wealthy relative. watch

VIDEO: Aunt Bee's Cousin [HD]

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Aunt Bee's Cousin [HD]
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 12/4/1967

Andy learns his cousin Bradford is a broke phony, but keeps quiet because Aunt Bee thinks he's a wealthy relative. watch

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Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
Dead & Buried
Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
The Eddy Duchin Story

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The Fox and the Hound
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Dead and Buried

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Dance To No Music
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Ironside (1967): Side Pocket
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Aunt Bee's Cousin

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Credits

Year Title Description
2007 Pat Neal Is Back TV Show Series, Appearing
1981 Dead & Buried Movie, Actor - Dobbs
1981 The Fox And The Hound Movie, Actor - Amos Slade
1978 Grandpa Goes to Washington TV Show Series, Actor - Sen. Joe Kelley
1974 Chico and the Man TV Show Series, Actor - Ed Brown

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News

I seem to remember a show a ...

Question: I seem to remember a show a while back called Police Surgeon. The concept seems absurd now, and no one I know remembers it. Is it my imagination?


Answer: A lot more than the concept was absurd, Laurie. And the reason your pals don't remember it is the syndicated half-hour series, produced from 1971-74, also went by the name Dr. Simon Locke, which I'm sure all of you fondly recall watching, your couch packed with your family and pets, a coffee-table's worth of munchies spread out in front of you.

OK... me, neither.

Anyway, the titular doc (Sam Groom) was a young man living in a rural town where he worked under the older Dr. Sellers (Jack Albertson). Until, that is, the series relocated to the city, Sellers was gone (Albertson quit because the show was so lousy), Locke went to work for the cops, Len Birman jumped in as his tough-talking superior and the show's title was changed read more

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