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That Girl, TV Series, 1966-1971 IMDB

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tv boy US

2010-03-22 15:22

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tv boy US

2010-03-22 19:05

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As you can see, every contemporary carmaker in the U. S. at the time is represented in this series. The credits, however, list the supplier as Ford.

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Ddey65 US

2010-03-24 00:02

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This bus wasn't supplied by Ford, though. It was supplied by General Motors:
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tv boy US

2010-03-24 17:39

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I think Ford only supplied the two- and three-star vehicles driven by the actors. Even the taxi cabs tend to be from various car makers, like Chrysler, making me think most of them were real cabs.

tv boy US

2010-04-02 06:16

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Just finished uploading some images from season two and a few episodes from season three.

Ddey65 US

2011-02-14 16:21

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If Hollywood did a remake of this series, Daniella Monet would be perfect for the role that made Marlo Thomas famous.

UPDATE:July 8, 2012 Don't believe me? See for yourself.
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Ddey65 US

2017-06-09 17:23

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Here's a one-star mid-1950's Ford:
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From episode 1.04.

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