Rules for a Happy Marriage 

John Monroe becomes busy discussing the shortcomings of wives with some other men. In doing so he forgets a luncheon date he had with his wife and tries to make things right with her.

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John Rich
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
William Windom ... John Monroe
Joan Hotchkis Joan Hotchkis ... Ellen Monroe
Lisa Gerritsen ... Lydia Monroe
Harold J. Stone ... Hamilton Greeley
Henry Morgan ... Philip Jensen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Aletter ... Nathan Williams
Victoria Carroll ... Mrs. Williams
Marion Colby Marion Colby ... Mrs. Charles
Sam Denoff Sam Denoff ... Doctor
Olive Dunbar ... Mrs. Jensen
Buddy Lester ... O'Malley
Stuart Margolin ... Arthur Charles
Margaret Muse Margaret Muse ... Mrs. Greeley
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John Monroe becomes busy discussing the shortcomings of wives with some other men. In doing so he forgets a luncheon date he had with his wife and tries to make things right with her.

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Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 1970 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Husbands vs. Wives
6 March 2017 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

At a meeting between the Manhattanite Magazine writers, John (William Windom) comes up with the idea of doing an issue over marriage called "Rules for a Happy Marriage". After some witty banter they all get on board with the idea along with their editor Hamilton Greeley (Harold J. Stone). The writers tell stories about their wives to go along with rules they have identified. Moving to O'Malley's Bar, writers Arthur (Stuart Margolin, "The Rockford Files") and Ned (Frank Aletter, "It's About Time") tell short stories that paint their wives in a bad light. Feeling slightly guilty, John returns home to his wife Ellen (Joan Hotchkis). The episode moves along pretty quick, but really doesn't offer the viewer much.


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