That Girl (1966–1971)
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Eleven Angry Men and That Girl 

Ann is the one holdout on a jury case about a man who hits his wife with an ashtray.

Director:

Hal Cooper

Writers:

Bill Persky (created by), Sam Denoff (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie
Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
David Ketchum David Ketchum ... Jack Packard
Stuart Margolin ... Talley (as Stu Margolin)
Hope Summers ... Miss Marker
Bobo Lewis Bobo Lewis ... Margaret Franklin
Dick Wilson ... Alex Franklin
Joseph V. Perry Joseph V. Perry ... Bailiff (as Joe Perry)
Joe Besser ... Foreman
Vinton Hayworth ... Judge
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Storyline

Ann has been called for jury duty. She sees it as an honor and her civic responsibility, despite it possibly interfering with a planned trip with Donald to St. Louis to visit his parents. Indeed, Ann is selected to sit on a jury, that for an alleged domestic assault between a husband and wife. Beyond the fact that Donald doesn't know how to reschedule their flights to St. Louis to accommodate the unknown length of the jury deliberations, Ann being on the jury with its disparate group of citizens has its own issues. Ann, has to deal with a bunch of fellow jurors some who don't seem to care much about the jury duty itself. They include the spineless jury foreman, overly prudish Miss Marker, womanizer and freeloader Jack Packard who seems more interested in what freebies jury duty provides and getting to know Ann in a personal sense, and hippie artist Mr. Talley who doesn't believe in the concepts of guilt or innocence. Ann also ends up being the one on the not guilty side versus the ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 1968 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Daisy Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is based on the movie 12 Angry Men (1957). See more »

Quotes

Ann Marie: What do you want Mr. Packard?
Jack Packard: Well for openers you can call me Jack.
Ann Marie: I prefer Mr. Packard, Mr. Packard.
Jack Packard: A rose by any other name. Shakespeare.
Ann Marie: Lucky guess.
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References 12 Angry Men (1957) See more »

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Great show!
14 October 2018 | by faronyoung23See all my reviews

My wife and I just got done watching this episode. We enjoyed it a lot. The title is easily recognized from the play/movie, so you knew Ann Marie would be doing Jury Duty. Probably would have been funnier if they some how could have had Ann's father making a scene in the court room. But, still fun to watch nonetheless.

We watch the episodes once a week and up until leap year, we were watching the episodes fifty years to the day they originally aired. We call it TGT, or That Girl Thursday as the origibal episode from first episode in 1966 up through February of 1968 were on Thursday as were 2016 through February 2018. Anyway, because of leap year, the day is off, but we still try to watch them on Thursdays, save this week our power was off, tonight was the night. It was another great show. We both adore Marlo Thomas in this show. Well, that's all for now. Must get ready for bed.


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