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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddio
    Yes, that show was called "Some Mothers Do Have Them" I think...something like that...ran in the UK during the mid 1970's.
    Your right .."Some mothers do 'have em" We still are having repeats here .
    My kids have a hard time putting his voice to the "singer" I think he did sing on the show once...it stopped his stuttering .He is so different now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waypast40
    Your right .."Some mothers do 'have em" We still are having repeats here .
    My kids have a hard time putting his voice to the "singer" I think he did sing on the show once...it stopped his stuttering .He is so different now.
    Michael Crawford and his wife were also very, very good friends with John Lennon and Yoko...they actually lived with them for a while...so I am sure any help from John when it came to music or singing was invaluable.

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    I have one for you John,

    My boss said that she was a child actor when TV was at it's infancy. She was a regular on the Show "Sandy's Dreams" about a little girl who had fantastical dreams that were played out by the actors. My boss says she was one of the actors in that stable, but I've found no infor on this golden age show, how about you? I don't even have the correct spelling of the name.

    (I love my boss, wish I could still work for her, her father is in the Simpson's orchestra)

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    Well, I'm not John, but I have some info.

    Pictures of the cast can be found here
    http://www.imdb.com/gallery/hh/0336454

    It aired in 1949
    and some of the cast:

    Credited cast:
    Rose Marie Iannone .... Sandy
    Arlene Gray
    Patricia Iannone
    Richard Beymer
    Stuffy Singer
    Joan Freeman
    Jill St. John (as Jill Oppenheimer)
    John Rowe
    rest of cast listed alphabetically
    John Rowe
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    When I searched IMDB I hadn't found anything! Now I fell so clueless, and I adore IMDB too, must have done it recently!

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    Mikey's biggest fan Wenders's Avatar
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    okay, here's my next quandry...

    Who is the crazy white-haired guy who was Craig T. Nelsons assistant on Coach? He was on my flight from Indy to Dallas last Sunday, and I couldn't figure out where else I recognize him from. He has a very loud, distinctive voice. :rolleyes
    ugh. I don't get time to watch TV anymore, much less hang out at the FORT.

    But don't you worry, I'll be back in full force on or about November 3rd.

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    Wenders, I believe its Jerry Van Dyke
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    Do you mean Jerry Van Dyke - Dick Van Dyke's brother? He was Asst. Coach Luther Van Dam on Coach with Craign T. Nelson. I think the most recent stuff he has done is guest star on the sitcom Yes, Dear, but he has also been on Diagnosis Murder several times. Is that who you're thinking of?
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    Mikey's biggest fan Wenders's Avatar
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    Hmmm, yeah I think that's who it was. I remember thinking, it's not Dick Van Dyke, is it?

    I didn't know they were brothers. Thanks for the info y'all!
    ugh. I don't get time to watch TV anymore, much less hang out at the FORT.

    But don't you worry, I'll be back in full force on or about November 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wenders
    okay, here's my next quandry...

    Who is the crazy white-haired guy who was Craig T. Nelsons assistant on Coach? He was on my flight from Indy to Dallas last Sunday, and I couldn't figure out where else I recognize him from. He has a very loud, distinctive voice. :rolleyes

    Do you mean the older guy Luther? Or the tall young guy.. I think his name was Dobber?
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