Friday, March 9, 2012


1966 was both a good year and a bad year for fans of GIDGET. On the one hand, there was a new GIDGET novel from the original author, GIDGET GOES PARISIENNE. On the other hand, the TV version which made a star out of future Oscar winner Sally Field, came to an end. 

1 comment:

  1. Gidget has always been an under appreciated show.
    It stands up today as fairly intelligent, and heads above what passes for even "adult" sitcoms like "Two Broke Girls." I would almost say that iCarly is its closest successor as far as showing an adolescent with some degree of intelligence.