Shelley Fabares & Donna Reed Show
Michele Ann Marie Shelley Fabares (born January 19, 1944) is an American actress and singer. Fabares is known for her roles as Donna Reed's oldest child Mary Stone on The Donna Reed Show (1958–1963), and as Hayden Fox's love interest (and eventual wife) Christine Armstrong on the sitcom Coach (1989–1997). /5
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Shelley Fabares was an actress on TV's"Donna Reed Show" where she debuted this song in 1962.
Bob for me. Paul P was on Donna Reed Show w/ Shelley Fabares. Both sang - I have their only album! Lol
I know Father's Day was yesterday, but I just came across something by chance, so I was compelled to share it as a tribute to all the Dad's who are no longer with us - too many l know lost their Dad's way too soon - even those of us who's Dad's have passed on after living fairly long lives are always, & will always, be missed & thought of all year long every year - many of them lived through the Great Depression as toddlers, young kids, pre-teens, & teenagers - many fought in WW II, as their Dad's fought in WW I, & some later in the Korea War & even served during the Vietnam War like my Dad - Many served in their late teens & early 20's, as many have all through our countries history - Anyway, I hope you can click on the video where young child star Paul Petersen sings a song about his TV Dad - My generation will remember the Donna Reed Show ( because most of the boys back then had a crush on the daughter, Mary, played by Shelley Fabares, besides having a crush on Annette too - LOL), hopefully some of the ...
Shelley Fabares starred in the Donna Reed Show on television in the 1950s and would later appear in the hit show Coach. She is also credited with
September 24, 1927…Team owner Conn Smythe changed the name of the National Hockey League's Toronto St. Patricks to the Toronto Maple Leafs.1929…Over New York's Mitchell Field, Lt. James H. Doolittle made the first all-instrument airplane flight.1934…Babe Ruth played his last game with the New York Yankees.1955…On CBS-TV's "Ford Star Jubilee," Judy Garland broke all previous ratings records as she made her television debut.1957…Elvis Presley released the single "Jailhouse Rock" b/w "Treat Me Nice."1957…Major league baseball's Dodgers played their last game at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn before the franchise was moved to Los Angeles.1958…In Paris, the Platters recorded "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes."1958…The sitcom "The Donna Reed Show," starring Reed, Carl Betz, Shelley Fabares, and Paul Petersen, began the first of its eight seasons on ABC-TV.1960…The USS Enterprise, the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, was launched at Newport News, Virginia.1960…On Howdy Doody's last NBC-TV show, Clara ...
On this day in 1958: Shelley Fabares and Paul Petersen were guests on the premiere of The Donna Reed Show on ABC-TV.
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