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The Patty Duke Show TV Collectibles

ABC-TV's family sitcom The Patty Duke Show (1963-66) was created by William Asher and Sidney Sheldon. Patty Duke plays identical cousins Cathy and Patty Lane with William Schallert and Jean Byron in support. Valuable The Patty Duke Show TV collectibles include Whitman authorized TV edition books, Milton Bradley board games, Whitman paper dolls, old TV Guides and official promotional stills.

The Patty Duke Show ran from 1963 to 1966 producing 105 half-hour episodes. Patty Duke had a dual role, playing identical cousins Cathy and Patty Lane with William Schallert (Martin Lane), Jean Byron (Natalie Lane), Paul O'Keefe (Ross Lane) and Eddie Applegate (Richard Harrison) also in the cast. Here are ten valuable The Patty Duke Show TV collectibles that are sure to interest fans and collectors. "Meet Cathy, who's lived most everywhere/From Zanzibar to Barclay Square/But Patty's only seen the sight/A girl can see from Brooklyn Heights -- What a crazy pair!..."

The Patty Duke Show Paper Dolls

Whitman produced The Patty Duke Show paper dolls in 1964 bearing the copyright from United Artists Television Inc. One uncut example still in its box sold at auction for $75. 

Patty Duke paper dolls $75 - Hake's Americana & Collectibles

Patty Duke and The Mystery Mansion Hardcover Book

Whitman Publishing produced the authorized TV hardcover edition book Patty Duke and The Mystery Mansion #1514 in 1964. Examples in excellent condition sell for $10-20. 

Patty Duke Game

Milton Bradley made the official Patty Duke Game in 1963 complete with playing board and plastic pieces. Find this one in top condition and it could be worth $50-75. TV-related games are big with collectors.

Patty Duke Game by Milton Bradley $50-75 - tvacres.com 

Patty Duke and The Adventure of the Chinese Junk Hardcover Book

Whitman published the authorized TV hardcover edition book Patty Duke and The Adventure of the Chinese Junk #2334 in 1966. It carries a value of $20-25 in excellent condition.

Patty Duke Jr. Jigsaw Puzzle

Whitman made the 100-piece Patty Duke Jr. jigsaw puzzle in 1963. This one is valued at $25-35 in top condition in its original box. 

The Patty Duke Show Promotional Stills

ABC-TV released 8x10 and 5x7 black-and-white Patty Duke stills for use by the media. These promotional photos are worth $10-15 each today.

Patty Duke, TV-Radio Mirror, July 1964

Patty Duke appears on the cover of the July 1964 issue of venerable TV-Radio Mirror magazine. This issue carries a value of $10-15 in excellent condition.

The Patty Duke Show, TV Guide, December 28, 1963

Patty Duke graces the cover of the December 28, 1963, edition of TV Guide. Find this one in excellent condition and it could be worth $20-30.

The Patty Duke Show, TV Guide, August 29, 1964

Patty Duke (1946-), William Schallert (1922-) and Jean Byron (1925-2006) adorn the cover of the August 29, 1964, issue of TV Guide. This edition carries a value of $25-30 in excellent condition. Collectors place a premium on newsstand issues without mailing labels.

The Patty Duke Show, Chicago Tribune TV Week, March 27, 1965

Patty Duke and Patty Duke – in her unique role as identical cousins Patty and Cathy Lane – graces the cover of the March 27, 1965, edition of TV Week, a television listings supplement magazine put out by the Chicago Tribune. This scarce issue can bring over $45 in top condition.

The Patty Duke Show TV Memorabilia Credits

  • All auction results and values courtesy Hake's Americana & Collectibles, York, Pennsylvania; TV Guide Specialists, Macomb, Illinois

Copyright © 2012 William J. Felchner. All rights reserved. 

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Comments (4)

I think I even had to play that game!

I hardly remember that show though, but it was good

Interesting info.... Thanks for sharing William... Voted up...

I remember that show only because my first wife drove me nuts with her constant yakking about Patty Duke and her show,. Never had to play the game with her, thank heaven for small favors :-))

Nice review, William.

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