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    Tags: tv shows lou reed remembered s01e01 webrip x264-iom file: lou.reed.remembered.s01e01.webrip.x264-iom.mp4 size: 284592278 bytes (271.41 mib), duration: 00:58:42, avg.bitrate: 646 kb/s audio: aac, 48000 hz, stereo (eng) video: h264, yuv420p, 720x404, 25.00 fps(r) (und) “my three sons” is the story of a mid-west aeronautical engineer who watches his family grow up. this seemingly innocuous and simple, but effective sitcom, was a huge hit and a cornerstone of television's ‘family programming' era in the 1960s. second next to “the adventures of ozzie within a set sixty five day period. he agreed to this, and so for example, all the scenes set in the kitchen of many different episodes were all shot together in one day, all out of sequence, which were then later edited into each episode in order. co-star william frawley (1887-1966), used to years of filming “i love lucy” in sequence before a captive studio audience and performed like a play, never got used to this schizophrenic method of filming. and thus this technique was dubbed ‘the macmurray method' and was also used by brian keith on the “family affair” series, coincidentally also a don fedderson production. of course, the “macmurray method” isn't particularly novel in its creation (it is, after all, how most feature films are shot, and a method probably most comfortable and familiar to the film actor macmurray), but its introduction to tv production methods was certainly innovative at the time.historical overview: when the series began in 1960, the boys were aged 18 (mike), 14 (robbie) and 8 (chip). they were played by tim considine, don grady and stanley livingston, respectively. at the beginning of the series, storylines centred on the family's adventures in suburbia, and was perhaps the hybrid of what was to become the era of the dom-com (domestic sitcom). steve douglas also spent a good deal of time fending off attractive women who wanted to marry him and take over that loveable ready made family. the ‘woman' in their lives was bub o'casey, steve's maternal father in law, who did all the cooking, cleaning and chores. other regulars in the early years were peter brooks as robbie's best friend hank ferguson, and ricky allen as sudsy pfeiffer, chip's best friend. the first of the show's format changes began at the start of the 1963-64 season. meredith macrae (1944-2000) was introduced as sally morrison, the girlfriend to eldest son mike. they would become engaged and eventually marry. meanwhile, chip's new pal ernie thompson (co-star stanley livingston's real-life brother, barry) was introduced and he would ultimately become a permanent part of the douglas household. during the 1964-65 season, frawley left the show for health reasons and bub was written out of the show and replaced with his cantankerous younger brother charley, a retired sailor played by william demarest (1892-1983), whose crusty disposition masked a soft heart. at the start of the 1965-66 season, when the show moved from abc to cbs, mike and sally got married in the very first color episode, and moved back east so that mike could accept a job teaching psychology on the college level. (actor tim considine had at 24, outgrown the role and wanted out of the series to pursue a directing career, which ultimately never eventuated). to re-establish the ‘three sons', steve subsequently adopted orphan child ernie, who was not permitted to accompany his foster parents in their move to the orient. things went along much the same for the next two seasons, although now the sons were robbie, chip and ernie. mike would never be referred to again after a few episodes. in a dramatic production move, the series, which for the first seven seasons was filmed mainly on stage 11 at desilu studios in hollywood, had to up anchor and begin filming at the former republic studios site, now rechristened the cbs studio center in studio city, california. this necessitated moves behind and in front of the cameras. lucille ball, who by 1962 had bought out her ex-husband desi arnaz to take total control of desilu, was, in february, 1967 talked into a deal by chief executive charles bludhorn of the giant gulf and western conglomerate, into selling desilu. as g three sons of course. season 1969-70 brought new love to father steve douglas in the form of barbara harper (beverly garland), ernie's english teacher. they were eventually married and barbara's five year old daughter dodie (dawn lyn), whom steve subsequently adopted, also joined the family. even original youngest son chip (who was by now 18) got into the act, eloping with fellow college student pauline (‘polly') williams (ronne troup) in the 1970-71 season. adopted brother ernie was the only one of the sons not to get married on the show. as if the sprawling family had not gotten big enough already, the start of the final season (1971-72) saw a four part related episode that was sort of a continuation of a storyline that began in the 1963-64 season. steve's scottish nobleman cousin fergus mcbain douglas (enacted by fred macmurray; voiced by alan caillou) came to the united states in search of a wife to take back to scotland. in its later years, as the of the douglas family grew on “my three sons” and separated into individual households, episodes could very rarely include the entire group. more and more often, they dealt with the specific problems of a large cast of regulars, with different members taking the spotlight from episode to episode. these multi-story elements were the brainchild of the show's creator and head writer for its twelve seasons, george tibbles, who penned a massive 95 scripts of the series during this period. 16 of these were as a co-writer, in addition to him overseeing the work of the contributing staff writers during his tenure as story editor/supervisor. “my three sons” never changed much in only in structure, its format changes having been discussed with the writing staff which increased the show's longevity with natural progressions for each character. for its time and of its type, the show was extremely well written and the writing of the series doesn't get enough credit to this day. as the series only filmed several months out of the year, the same director was usually employed, which gave the show the behind the scenes continuity it probably needed. when the show was finally cancelled it had been running for twelve years and in reruns has run many, many more. by today's standards it appears wholesome, tame and perhaps slightly dated, but it's a slice of life that all of us can appreciate and learn from. one thing is certain. for all of its detractors, the series remains a favourite all over the world. the show's huge catalogue of 380 half hour episodes is a lasting legacy for fred macmurray and his tv family that will never be forgotten. while never a top ten hit during its original run, thanks to syndication the show remains extremely popular and continues to win new fans, young and old for its effective way of depicting an all-male family that did all-male things, even in its simplicity and its naivet. the original black and white episodes, considered by most fans as the show's best, were held back from syndication until the 1980s and enjoyed a new lease of life on cable television until the late 90s. the color episodes are in constant syndication and are the only ones being distributed across the u.s. as of this writing (jan. 2002). as long as tv stations are in need of quality programming the series will hopefully be played regularly to a whole new generation of audience. where are they now? fred macmurray (b. august 30, 1908 in kankakee, illinois) died on november 5, 1991 aged 83, of pneumonia as a result of contracting chronic lymphocytic leukemia. macmurray's off-screen role in the series was purely financial. a deal with executive producer don fedderson named macmurray a silent partner, in effect giving him a 50% ownership stake in the series. in his 70s after he had all but retired from the business as one of hollywood's wealthiest citizens, thanks to shrewd property investment deals among other business ventures, fred suffered for a while with throat cancer. sadly missed by all of us. the plaque in his mausoleum crypt at holy cross cemetery in culver city, california says “forever in the hearts of your family” (indeed!) which was arranged by his second wife, actress june haver, to whom he was married for 37 years until his death. (june passed away aged 79 in 2005 and is now interred with him). he is survived by four children; two were adopted during his first marriage to the late actress lillian lamont, (robert and susan), and then in 1956 he and june adopted twin baby girls Katie and laurie. known as a devoted husband and father, no one ever talks of fred as ever being a great actor, but when you think of it he never really gave a bad performance, and for the sheer number of movies and television shows he made, that's a pretty good epitaph for anybody in show business. william frawley (b. february 26, 1887 in burlington, iowa) died on march 3, 1966 a week after his 79th birthday from a massive coronary, while strolling down hollywood boulevard after seeing a movie. his constant companion, a male nurse, carried him into the nearby hollywood roosevelt hotel but he was pronounced dead on arrival at hollywood receiving hospital. his funeral was held at the church of the blessed sacrament in los angeles and he is buried in the san fernando mission cemetery in mission hills, california. tracing his show business roots back to vaudeville, he was also a prolific character actor who appeared in more than 150 feature films from as early as 1916 and usually but not always was featured in comedic roles. bill is best remembered for his long running role on “i love lucy” (1951-57) as the irascible fred mertz. perhaps appropriately, his last performance was a cameo on an episode of “the lucy show” which aired in late 1965. william demarest (b. february 27, 1892 in st. paul, minnesota) died on december 27, 1983 aged 91, from a heart attack, after a long battle with prostate cancer. one of the true stalwarts of the entertainment industry, he is one of the few performers who can lay claim to being there from the very beginning; he appeared uncredited alongside al jolson in warner bros. first ever talking motion picture, “the jazz singer” in 1927. he was a welcome face in many vintage movies where he usually played in support of the leads, and was instantly recognizable to audiences even if people didn't know his name. his career started when he was a headliner in vaudeville in the days before world war i and his last appearance was in a 1978 telemovie which capped off a remarkable 73-year career in show business. he was retired and living in palm springs, california at the time of his death, and he is buried at forest lawn memorial park in glendale, california. meredith macrae (b. may 30, 1944 in houston, texas) died on july 14, 2000 aged 56, of complications from surgery for brain cancer. the daughter of the late actor gordon macrae, meredith had her own talk show in the 1980s called “mid-morning l.a.” and she won an emmy for her work on the show in 1986. married three times, her only child allison was born in 1975 during her second marriage (1969-87) to actor greg mullavey. she became a successful producer and garnered many awards during her long career. she did a series of acclaimed lectures to major companies and organizations, taught a in film and tv production at chapman university, and recorded over a dozen best-selling books on tape. former l.a. mayor tom bradley called her one of that city's most outstanding businesswomen. as per her wishes and because her hobbies had included water skiing and scuba diving she was cremated and her ashes were scattered into the pacific ocean. beverly garland (b. october 17, 1926 in santa cruz, california) died on december 5, 2008 aged 82 after a short illness. beverly was the widow of land developer fillmore crank to whom she was married for 39 years until his death in 1999. she ran with the help of three of four of her grown children, the beverly garland holiday inn, located in north hollywood which is a few blocks from universal studios. until her death she was still occasionally active in show business, and was bestowed the honor of of being inducted into the pacific pioneer broadcasters hall of Fame, and celebrated the beginning of her “second” fifty years in show business in 2001. in recent years she had a recurring role on the series “seventh heaven”. garland's hotel is also the los angeles site of the famed annual celebrity autograph he appeared in the reunion movie “the new adventures of spin and marty” in 2000 reprising the role of the original spin evans, the character he portrayed on the old walt disney series of shorts from 1955-58, which began as “the adventures of spin and marty”, a segment of “the mickey mouse club”. recently as 2003 tim also appeared as a supporting actor in the family tv movie, “the monster makers”. stanley livingston (b. november 24, 1950 in los angeles, california): stan is now the founder and chief executive officer of “kids in show biz, inc”. he has written feature films and directed commercials. through his production company premier entertainment group, he produced a feature film called “checkers” in 2000 and the following year directed all 20 episodes of a new children's tv series for pbs. he was married to a dancer named sandra at age 18 and the union which lasted six years, produced a daughter named samantha, born in 1970. in recent years he has created stained glass artwork for celebrity clients including tom hanks and lorenzo lamas. he often sold his items through e-bay, but these days is all about showing actors and parents of actors the pitfalls of the industry and what to do to combat that. check out his informative website at.
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