CummingsFamily.jpg (12756 bytes) As many of you know, "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" was not my first television series, and I get so many requests for these episodes on VHS and DVD. Unfortunately, I do not have any episodes available at this time. The rights for the series are currently held by both 20th Century Fox (the studio that produced the show) and the Estate of Max Shulman (the creator of the series). Fox would be the place to contact regarding the release of the series on home video. You can reach them here.

My first job on a TV series was when I landed the role of Bob Cummings' nephew, "Chuck MacDonald" on "The Bob Cummings Show" in 1955. My mother in the show was played by Rosemary De Camp and "Uncle Bob’s" secretary "Schultzy" was played by Ann B. Davis. The show was produced by two of the best in the business - comedy great George Burns, and writer Paul Henning. Paul went on to create such classics as "The Beverly Hillbillies", "Green Acres" and "Petticoat Junction".
When "The Bob Cummings Show" went into syndication it was re-titled "Love That Bob!". I am offering eight sets of videos on both VHS and DVD from the series. If you are a classic situation comedy collector these shows are a must.

Also - for a limited time - you can purchase DVDs of the cult classic, "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine", in which I starred with Frankie Avalon and Vincent Price!


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