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Identical in appearance, but diametric opposites in personality, Patty and Cathy Lane are back for more fun and antics with the second hysterical season of The Patty Duke Show, starring Academy Award-winner Patty Duke (The Miracle Worker), William Schallert and Jean Byron (The Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis), Paul O Keefe and Eddie Applegate.

For the first time, all 36 laugh-filled episodes of the off-the-wall sophomore season are now available for you to own in one 6-DVD collection!

Bonus Features

* Brand-New Cast Interviews

* Rare PSAs Starring Patty and Cathy

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"Don't touch that dial, please," Sammy Davis Jr. urges viewers. "This is The Patty Duke Show." How Sammy Davis, then knocking 'em dead on Broadway in Golden Boy, came to appear in an episode of The Patty Duke Show is just one of the delightful surprises of the second season, which aired in 1964-65. Another is the episode featuring Chad & Jeremy as an unknown British musical duo whom Patty helps get their big break. And that's Sal Mineo who renders Patty speechless in the episode "Patty Meets a Celebrity." But the effervescent Duke gives this tailor-made star vehicle all the wattage it needs in her iconic dual role as typical suburban teen Patty and her more "solid, four on the floor" cousin Cathy. As the classic theme song says, they're identical cousins, "one pair of matching bookends, different as night and day." Perhaps incorrectly remembered as a trading-places sitcom, The Patty Duke Show is brimming with teen spirit. The energetic and resourceful Patty is a whirlwind of mad crushes, schemes, and shenanigans that invariably backfire. The great William Schallert costars as Patty's father, Martin, a sage voice of reason whom TV Guide ranked among TV's top 40 dads. Paul O'Keefe is Ross, the quintessential smart-alecky younger brother. Beyond the spunky charms of its star, there is much to dig about The Patty Duke Show, including the '60s teen lingo ("gonesville") and time capsule references to the Beatles, President Johnson, and the breakup of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (Broadway buffs will get a charge as Patty walks past a gallery of posters for then-current hits Hello Dolly!, Fiddler on the Roof, Barefoot in the Park, and others in the Sammy Davis episode). Bonus features include a segment about the technical wizardry that made Duke's dual role so convincing and newly filmed public service announcements in which Duke reprises her roles as Patty and Cathy on behalf of Social Security. In the episode "This Little Patty Went to Market," Patty sells stock in herself. Patty Lane, Inc., may be a bust, but this boxed set is a wise investment that will only appreciate with age. "Are you sure there's a demand for it?" her brother asks of the "product." Get with it! The Patty Duke Show is an absolute blast. --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

Brand-New Cast Interviews
Rare PSAs Starring Patty and Cathy

Product Details

  • Actors: Patty Duke, Jean Byron, William Schallert, Paul O'Keefe
  • Directors: Stanley Prager
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: February 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 900 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002WIDRLC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,046 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Patty Duke Show: Season 2" on IMDb

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Classic TV that still holds up today!
Michael J. Di Rosario
I loved this show back in the 60's and it's a lot of fun to see it now..... Brings back lots of great memories looking at the styles, the guest stars, etc.
1960's chick
The disk work great and the service was superb.
A. Taylor

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Fredric A. Cooper on November 15, 2009
Format: DVD
Thanks to Shout Factory, the followup to the first set of "The Patty Duke Show" is set for release in Feb. 2010. Season Two brought a slightly revised intro and a different version of the theme song (but with the same lyrics) as well as Patty's new interest in the music of the day; namely the British Invasion. Brits Chad and Jeremy play Nigel and Patrick, a duo Patty discovers. Patty sings this season, including an episode where she is backed by The Shindogs, the house band for the teen music show "Shindig" which followed "The Patty Duke Show" on ABC back in 1964. Lots more fun from Brooklyn Heights with Patty Duke and company. The first set proved to be a delight, and no doubt this followup will prove a worthy successor.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Terrance Richard TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 13, 2009
Format: DVD
Right on the heels of the DVD release of "The Patty Duke Show-Season 1" comes word that "The Patty Duke Show-Season 2" hits store shelves in February, 2010. I couldn't be more happier! Shout! Factory, who is releasing the classic 1960's series, has proven again that they are dedicated in bringing back pure, family television from a decade long ago for new viewers to enjoy. Although not as popular as season 1 (the show fell out of the Top 20 shows in its second year), "The Patty Duke Show" continued its reign as one of network TV's most well-written and well-acted sitcoms. The second year began on September 16th, 1964 with the opener entitled "The Green Eyed Monster" in which poor Patty is torn between two boys at school. Other highlights this season are the episode called "Practice Makes Perfect" where Patty decides to take up the tuba much to the chagrin of her family. In "Patty and The Peace Corps" Patty wants more out of life and joins the Peace Corps. Finally, in "High Society" Patty battles her old nemesis Sue Ellen for the attention of the new boy at school. All 36 episodes of "The Patty Duke Show-Season 2" are included in this set and are remastered from the original United Artists prints. So far no special features have been announced. I am sure, however, season 3 is not far behind. Thank you Shout!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on February 15, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I enjoyed the First Season of this set and the quality is very good. It's great to see the entire episodes at their full length of about 25 minutes. I was hoping for the bumper advertisements ("the Patty Duke Show is brought to you by... Breck", and other stuff like that), like they did on that 8 episode Laser Disc set released years ago, which I still have. That set had Patty and Cathy doing a couple of the Breck commercials. Oh well, we're lucky to finally get The Patty Duke Show on DVD at all. Beggars can't be choosers. The best TV shows are always released last. The junk always comes first.

I have watched all 6 discs of Season Two. Discs 1, 5 and 6 have no problems, but discs 2, 3 and 4 have a minor glitch. I have this same problem on another DVD player so it must be these 3 discs. At the menu on disc 3 there is a choice of PLAY ALL or EPISODES. If PLAY ALL is selected, that will take you to the intro teaser and beginning credits of "Best Date In Town". Then it goes directly to the intro teaser and beginning credits of "Can Do Patty", then the episode ("Best Date In Town" is skipped). On disc 4, if PLAY ALL is selected the first title, "Patty Meets A Celebrity" is played out correctly, but the second title, "The Raffle" goes through the intro teaser and beginning credits, then jumps to "The Newspaper Game" intro teaser and beginning credits then the episode ("The Raffle" is skipped). This also applies to Disc 2 on "The Greatest Psychologist In The World". That episode is skipped if PLAY ALL is selected.

This problem for discs 2,3 and 4 can be solved by selecting "EPISODES" and select the first one. When the episode is finished, it goes back to the episode menu, highlights the next one to be played and you just press enter on your remote.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Byron Kolln HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 11, 2010
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Season Two is, by far, my all-time favourite year of THE PATTY DUKE SHOW. By this stage in the game, Patty Duke had completely settled into her trademark dual roles, and the show also opened up a whole new gallery of exciting guest stars.

Sal Mineo drops by in "Patty Meets a Celebrity". Turns out he's a former Brooklyn Heights High alum., and looking for some fresh talent to play opposite him in a revue performance. Could Patty be his leading lady? Remember what happened the last time Patty got into the highschool play?!...

Patty turns into a music manager in the charming "Patty Pits Wits, Two Brits Hits". Whilst Cathy debuts as the new voice of classical music on the highschool's radio station, Patty discovers her own "long haired" musical group (Jeremy Clyde and Chad Stuart) and resolves to land them a record deal.

"Will the Real Sammy Davis Please Hang Up?" is the legendary episode in which Sammy Davis Jr. (starring on Broadway in "Golden Boy" at the time) is asked to appear at the Brooklyn Heights prom. Patty patrols Broadway with a sandwich sign when her letters to Davis appear to have fallen on deaf ears. This episode is a real time capsule, and Broadway lovers will have a fun time spotting the marquees and posters from many shows of the day.

The first season is also charming, but for me personally, the second year is where THE PATTY DUKE SHOW really comes into it's own. 36 episodes of sheer delight, plus a selection of recent Social Security advertisements in which Ms Duke revives the characters of Patty and Cathy. Recommended.
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