My Living Doll

1964, TV Show

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Question: Was My Living Doll a show in the '70s?


Answer: Yes, My Living Doll was indeed a series, but it ran on CBS a decade or so earlier than you guessed, starting in September 1964. It starred future Batman Catwoman Julie Newmar as a fetching experimental robot left in the care of psychiatrist Robert McDonald (Robert Cummings) after her inventor was reassigned to a post in Pakistan. McDonald named her Rhoda, told everyone she was his niece and set about training her to be an appropriately subservient woman. Of course, nothing's ever that easy, and hilarity ensued when McDonald's neighbor, Peter (Jack Mullaney), fell in love with the mechano-maiden and came ever closer to learning her secret.

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Season 1, Episode 21
Bob gets off to an inauspicious start as chairman of a road-safety committee by crashing into his neighbor's car, then Rhoda testifies in court about the entire incident.

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Season 1, Episode 18
Rhoda, unaware that department stores are places where people purchase things, helps herself to gems from a jewelry counter.

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Season 1, Episode 17
Peter owes a small fortune to a pool shark, but he very cleverly signed Bob's name to the IOU. They send in Rhoda to play the pool shark and with her abilities beat the shark and repays the debt.

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Season 1, Episode 16
Peter owes a small fortune to a pool shark, but he very cleverly signed Bob's name to the IOU. They send in Rhoda to play the pool shark and with her abilities beat the shark and repays the debt.

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Was My Living Doll a show in ...

Question: Was My Living Doll a show in the '70s?


Answer: Yes, My Living Doll was indeed a series, but it ran on CBS a decade or so earlier than you guessed, starting in September 1964. It starred future Batman Catwoman Julie Newmar as a fetching experimental robot left in the care of psychiatrist Robert McDonald (Robert Cummings) after her inventor was reassigned to a post in Pakistan. McDonald named her Rhoda, told everyone she was his niece and set about training her to be an appropriately subservient woman. Of course, nothing's ever that easy, and hilarity ensued when McDonald's neighbor, Peter (Jack Mullaney), fell in love with the mechano-maiden and came ever closer to learning her secret.

Of course, it wasn't all that funny when Cummings read more

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Premiered: September 27, 1964, on CBS
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Premise: A scientist leaves his sexy perfect-woman robot in the care of a psychiatrist. Star Robert Cummings left the series with five shows still to be filmed. The explanation for his character's absence was that he had joined the robot's creator in Pakistan.

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