That Girl - Season 5

That Girl - Season 5

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The fifth and final season (1970-1) of That Girl leads the audience down the aisle. Ann Marie (Marlo Thomas) and Donald Hollinger (Ted Bessel) finally cement their long relationship with an engagement to wed. The ring, the cake, the family, the bridal shower...everything happens in amusing fashion during this season's 24 episodes, except the wedding! Ann Marie contines her acting career with a series of adventures including a play in St. Louis, appearing as "Miss Everything" at the "New York Has Everything" exhibit, playing the Friars Club, modeling at a race track -- and more.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/05/2009
UPC: 0826663112603
Original Release: 0000
Rating: TV-G
Source: Shout Factory
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 10:00:00
Sales rank: 22,926

Special Features

CC; Includes bonus audio commentaries by Marlo Thomas and series co-creator Bill Persky

Cast & Crew

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That Girl - Season 5 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Penny_Girl More than 1 year ago
What a delightful series this is! Watching this DVD is such a fun look back at 1970. The occasional glimpses of the sights of New York City and all the fashions worn by Marlo Thomas are eye candy. Although it is a time capsule of 1970, the episodes are timeless. Marlo and Ted Bessell have a believable on screen relationship and their off-screen friendship shows through. The episodes are cute, funny and upbeat and will delight viewers young and old. The highlight of the DVD to me is when Marlo is joined by her father, Danny Thomas doing a song with Milton Berle. I highly recommend this DVD!
jvoe3211 More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite sitcoms. Marlo Thomas was a natural comedic actress, and she never failed to make me laugh. I always enjoyed seeing her "retro" fashions and she had an enduring sense of style. I just wish there were more seasons.
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