Annette (1958)

The Farewell Letter 

Annette writes a letter of explanation to Uncle Archie and Aunt Lila. As she reviews the events since her arrival, there are clips from earlier episodes. She sneaks out of the house, in the... See full summary »

Director:

Charles Lamont

Writers:

Lillie Hayward (teleplay), Janette Sebring Lowrey (novel)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Sharon Baird ... Kitty
Tommy Cole ... Jimmy Smith
Tim Considine ... Steven Abernathy
Barry Curtis ... Court Whitney
Richard Deacon ... Uncle Archie
Shelley Fabares ... Moselle Corey
Sylvia Field ... Aunt Lila
Annette Funicello ... Annette McCloud
Rudy Lee Rudy Lee ... Olmstead 'Steady' Ware
Judy Nugent ... Jet Maypen
Roberta Shore ... Laura Rogan
Steve Stevens Steve Stevens ... Drew Stafford
David Stollery ... Mike
Doreen Tracey ... Val Abernathy
Mary Wickes ... Katie
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Storyline

Annette writes a letter of explanation to Uncle Archie and Aunt Lila. As she reviews the events since her arrival, there are clips from earlier episodes. She sneaks out of the house, in the same dress and with the same suitcase that she had when she arrived. Her disappearance is discovered when Mike drops by and asks to talk to her. Mike realizes what she plans, and heads for the railroad station. Written by Arthur Bullock

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Genres:

Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 1958 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When Annette finishes her letter, she picks it up, then signs it and picks it up again to leave it on her bed. Also, she uses two pieces of paper for the letter, but only puts one piece of paper on the bed. See more »

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