I have a studio picture of us together with Walter Brennan, Butch Patrick, Bobby Riha and Andrea Sacino in the 'Schoolhouse Scene'."Pamelyn and her friend Pam Stedwell, playing at the studio on the Partridge Family bus after shooting an episode of Blondie. Pamelyn says she got her "first kiss" from friend Danny Bonaduce when they were age eight.(Another fan points out an inconsistency in this memory: Blondie was filmed at Universal Studios, while the Partridge Family was filmed at Columbia Studios.Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre (TV 1966) "City of LA" and "Free of Charge" Andy Williams Show (TV 1966) Bing Crosby Show (TV 1966) "Manpower"The Monkees (TV April 17, 1967, episode 31, first season) "Monkees in the Movies" When the starring role in a 'beach party' movie goes to Davy, the others have to bring him down to earth.

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Another fan points out that the Partridge Family didn't begin until a year after Blondie was cancelled.

Later, Pam Stedwell found a second picture of this bus and it says "Magic Bus" so perhaps it was a 60s prop at Universal.)From the TV Feature Film Source Book: "Drama of a stray German shepard dog who helps a young boy adjust to life with his new stepfather. If you'd like your own 8x10s of these original ABC photo releases, please visit his site.

An exclusive image and message from fellow child star Vernon "Mark" Mc Dougal.

"I was in the 1968 Walt Disney production of The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band with Pamelyn.

A yellow "hippie" bird that Snoopy met in the late 1960s.

Unnamed at first, the bird became known as Woodstock after the music festival of the same name.

The strip's first Black character and Only Sane Man.

He never developed much of a personality beyond that, although he's apparently unnaturally good at break-dancing.

According to Word of God, he's the only character whose knowledge of scripture comes close to rivalling Linus's. Another mostly undeveloped character, introduced in the strip's first decade. Schulz phased Pig-Pen out gradually because he considered Pig-Pen to be a one-joke character.

An early female periphery character whose main concern was her "naturally curly hair." Early on, she was a schoolmate of Linus'.

Also starred Ron Howard, Earl Holiman, Jacqueline Scott, Andy Devine."The Psychiatrist (TV 1971) "The Private World of Martin Dalton". (Summary) This series didn't make much of a mark in history; there were only six episodes. Jim Benson is working on a book about Rod Serling's Night Gallery, and plans to interview Pam regarding her appearance in the "Brenda" episode in 1975.