The Doris Day Show: Season 3 [4 Discs] [DVD]
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Special Features

  • Blooper reel #2
  • Cast commercials
  • Cast interviews
  • Season 4 preview
  • Special footage
  • Young Love Pilot
  • Movie trailer
  • Doris Day special promo
  • English subtitles


The third season of The Doris Day Show ushers in the series' second format change. During season one, widow Doris Martin (Doris Day) and her sons Toby (Tod Starke) and Billy (Philip Brown) spent all their time in the upstate California farm owned by Doris' uncle Buck Webb. Season two found Doris commuting daily from the farm to San Francisco, where she was employed as secretary at "Today's World" magazine. With the departure of both Denver Pyle as Uncle Buck and Naomi Stevens as Buck's housekeeper Juanita just before the launching of season three, Doris and her sons move off the farm and into a small San Francisco apartment, located just above the Italian restaurant owned by Angie and Louie Palucci (Kaye Ballard, Bernie Kopell). Meanwhile, she remains employed at "Today's World," taking orders from editor Michael Nicholson (McLean Stevenson) and assistant editor Ron Harvey (Paul Smith), and palling around with fellow secretary Myrna Gibbons (Rose Marie). The drop off in The Doris Day Show's ratings during season three -- it wound up in 20th place, down from 10th place in season two -- indicated that the new format wasn't quite clicking. How else can one explain the radical format change that would occur during season four? ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Doris Day - Doris Martin
  • Denver Pyle - Buck Webb
  • Todd Starke - Toby Martin
  • Philip Brown - Billy Martin
  • Fran Ryan - Aggie Thompson
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