Doris Day Show-Season 4 (1968)
|Universally adored film and recording star Doris Day triumphed television comedy, rating number one in her timeslot with this light-hearted hit on CBS-TV from 1968-1973.|
The fourth year of The Doris Day Show introduces a new boss, Cy Bennett (played by John Dehner), at Today's World magazine and a new co-worker, Jackie Parker (portrayed by Jackie Joseph). Peter Lawford also joins the cast as Doris' boyfriend, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Among the guest stars featured are Bob Crane, Alan Hale, Charles Nelson Reilly, Van Johnson, Barbara Hale, Rory Calhoun, Werner Klemperer and Bernie Koppell.
The Doris Day Show: Season 4 contains all 24 remastered episodes from the 1971-72 season, plus a wealth of rare and new bonus features!
"Charming and unpretentious... Variety
Editor's NoteTelevision is fickle. A popular situation comedy of the late 1960s and early '70s, this wholesome family fare began following young widow Doris Martin (Doris Day) and her two young sons, Billy and Toby. At its start, the family had absconded from the congestion of San Francisco to live with Doris's dad Buck on his ranch, located just outside the city in Mill Valley; Doris had given up a career as a singer to make the move, and much of the show's humor came from her attempts to adjust to the unfamiliar country life. By the fourth season, however, the show had fully jettisoned that concept: Doris had relocated to San Francisco, embarked on a writing career, and was now (without explanation) a single woman living alone. Other characters include Doris's editor Cy Bennett (John Dehner) and his secretary Jackie Parker (Jackie Joseph).
|Bob Sweeney, et. al. - Director|
|Doris Day - Executive Producer|
|Earle Dearth, et. al. - Editor|
|Jerry London - Producer|
|Jimmie Haskell - Original Music By|
|Perry Ferguson, II - Art Director|
|Richard L. Rawlings - Cinematographer|
|Sidney Morse, et. al. - Writer|
|Vilis Lapenieks - Cinematographer|
|William Loose - Original Music By|
|Golden Globe, The Doris Day Show, Best TV Show|
|Golden Globe, Doris Day, Best TV Star - Female|