The Monkees/I've Got a Little Song Here

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I've Got a Little Song Here
Season 1, Episode 12
Airdate November 28, 1966
Written by Treva Silverman
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Produced by Robert Rafelson and
Bert Schneider
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I've Got a Little Song Here is the twelfth episode of the first season of The Monkees.

Starring: Micky Dolenz (Micky), Michael Nesmith (Mike), David Jones (Davy), Peter Tork (Peter)

Additional Cast: Phil Leeds (Bernie), Irwin Charone (Producer), Joseph Mell (Harry), Owen McGiveney (Old Man), Buddy Lewis (Watchman), Mary Foran (Hilda), Bobby Johnson (Postman), Larry Gelman (Director), Leigh Chapman (Joannie)


Plot Overview

Mike gets hustled by a phony record producer, so the gang has to find a way to get his money back.



  • "Gonna Buy Me a Dog" from The Monkees self-titled first album, "Mary Mary" from their second album, More of the Monkees.
When the episode was rerun in 1967, "For Pete's Sake" from the album Headquarters was used in place of "Mary Mary."
For the 1969-70 season, "Steam Engine" (rare track) replaces "Mary Mary."

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