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BAILEYS OF BALBOA 1964 tv sitcom 3 eps

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Classified Id QQVKDHTE
Asking Price $ 20.00 USD per item
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Renewed Date23-Aug-2018 07:47:07 PM EST
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The Baileys of Balboa is an American sitcom that appeared on CBS in the 1964-1965 season on Thursdays at 9:30pm ET. The series lasted only one 26-episode season (due to its competition on Thursday nights with ABC's highly successful twice-weekly soap opera, Peyton Place). The show was directed by Gary Nelson and Bob Sweeney.[1]

The show was primarily developed for the network because its president, James T. Aubrey, insisted that Gilligan's Island, which premiered the same season (and which he personally loathed), would have been a better show if it had centered on the exploits of a charter boat captain operating in a marina, and had his old friend Keefe Brasselle produce his version of the idea in order to prove his point.

After Aubrey was fired from the network in February 1965 (amid charges of "conflict of interest" in scheduling the show and two other Brasselle productions without formal pilot episodes), The Baileys of Balboa fulfilled its 26-episode commitment, and was abruptly canceled (due, in part, to poor ratings opposite ABC's Peyton Place). Gilligan's Island continued for two more seasons.
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