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Three's a Crowd is a television comedy series.


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Three's a Crowd is an American animated short film. It is a Merrie Melodies cartoon, released on December 10, 1932, although one source gives it a release date of January 17, 1933. Like most Merrie Melodies of its day, it was directed by Rudolf Ising and it prominently features the song whose title it shares. Frank Marsales provided musical direction.

Three's a Crowd is a 1927 American comedy film directed by Harry Langdon and written by James Langdon and Robert Eddy. The film stars Harry Langdon, Gladys McConnell, Cornelius Keefe and Arthur Thalasso. The film was released on August 28, 1927, by First National Pictures.

<i>Threes a Crowd</i> (1945 film) 1945 film by Lesley Selander

Three's a Crowd is a 1945 American mystery film directed by Lesley Selander, written by Dane Lussier, and starring Pamela Blake, Charles Gordon, Gertrude Michael, Pierre Watkin, Virginia Brissac and Ted Hecht. It was released on May 23, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Three's a Crowd is a 1969 American made-for-television comedy film starring Larry Hagman, who was starring in the hit sitcom I Dream of Jeannie at the time. The film was directed by Harry Falk for Screen Gems, the production company behind I Dream of Jeannie. The film's title tune was written, performed and produced by Boyce and Hart, who wrote and produced several of the Monkees' hits as well as songs for Little Anthony and the Imperials, Del Shannon, Fats Domino, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Chubby Checker and the theme song to Days of Our Lives. The duo also appeared with Hagman in an episode of I Dream of Jeannie. The film originally aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on December 2, 1969 .

Three's a Crowd is an American game show originally packaged by Chuck Barris Productions. The first version aired in syndication from September 17, 1979 to February 1, 1980. The second version ran in 1999 on Game Show Network.

The 9th season of the television series Arthur was originally broadcast on PBS in the United States from December 20, 2004 to April 8, 2005 and contains 10 episodes. Cameron Ansell replaced Mark Rendall as the voice of Arthur, Jessica Kardos replaced Patricia Rodrigues as the voice of Sue Ellen Armstrong, and Paul-Stuart Brown replaced Alex Hood as Brain. However, Brown shared with Alex Hood who also voiced Brain since Season 7. But in Seasons 10 and 11, only Brown provided Brain. This is also the first season where Cookie Jar Entertainment produced this series after the CINAR-Cookie Jar rebrand. It produced the series until the end of Season 15, when it merged with DHX Media.


This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1930.

"Three's a Crowd" is a song written by Nathaniel Calhoun and recorded by American R&B/soul singer Milira. It was released in 1992, as a single from her 1992 album, Back Again!!!.

3's a Crowd was a folk rock band originally from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that existed from 1964 to 1969, spending most of that time in Toronto and Los Angeles. The group had some moderate Canadian chart success, but is particularly notable for the wide range of Canadian musicians who passed through its ranks and would later establish successful music industry careers of their own, including Bruce Cockburn, Colleen Peterson, David Wiffen, Trevor Veitch, and Brent Titcomb. 3's A Crowd is also remembered for its association with Cass Elliott, who co-produced the group's sole album release.


<i>Threes a Crowd</i> (audio drama) audio drama

Three's A Crowd is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.

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