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Bringing Up Buddy

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Theme music composer  George Tibbles
Original language(s)  English
Final episode date  28 June 1961
Number of seasons  1
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Directed by  Sidney Lanfield
Country of origin  United States
First episode date  10 October 1960
Network  CBS
Number of episodes  35
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Written by  Joe Connelly Bob Mosher George Tibbles
Starring  Frank Aletter Enid Markey Doro Merande
Cast  Frank Aletter, Enid Markey, Doro Merande
Similar  Ichabod and Me, The Tab Hunter Show, The Lloyd Bridges Show, Slattery's People, Pete and Gladys

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Bringing Up Buddy is an American sitcom which aired on CBS during the 1960–1961 season.

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Synopsis

Frank Aletter plays the orphaned Buddy Flower, a bachelor stockbroker, who is reared by his overprotective and meticulous aunts, Violet Flower (Enid Markey) and Iris Flower (Doro Merande).

Frank Albertson appeared in five episodes as Mr. Cooper; Grace Albertson appeared twice as Mrs. Cooper; and Irene Ryan appeared three times as Cynthia Boyle. Jimmy Hawkins appeared twice as Fennimore, and Yvonne Lime Fedderson appeared twice as Penny. Frank Aletter's wife Lee Meriwether appeared as Gloria Arnold in the episode "Buddy and the Amazon."

Broadcast history

The program debuted on October 10, 1960, and finished its original episodes on June 28, 1961. It aired at 8:30 pm Eastern on Mondays between Pete and Gladys (starring Harry Morgan and Cara Williams) and The Danny Thomas Show. Its competition was ABC's new detective series Surfside 6 set in Miami, and Dale Robertson's Tales of Wells Fargo Western series on NBC. In the following season, CBS returned Robert Young to the 8:30 Monday timeslot in his Window on Main Street nostalgia comedy, which also failed to develop an audience.

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