The Monkees/The Monkees at the Movies

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The Monkees at the Movies
Season 1, Episode 31
Airdate April 17, 1967
Written by Gerald Gardner and
Dee Caruso
Directed by Russell Mayberry
Produced by Robert Rafelson and
Bert Schneider
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The Monkees at the Movies is the thirty-first episode of the first season of The Monkees.

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

Additional Cast: Hamilton Camp (Philo), David Frank (Photographer), Pamelyn Ferdin (Girl), Aileen Carlyle (Mother), Linda Albertano (Tina), Jerry Lester (Kramm), Bobby Sherman (Frankie Catalina)

Contents

Plot Overview

When the Monkees are cast as extras in a beach movie, they decide to teach its egotistical star a lesson. But things don't improve once Davy gets cast as his replacement.

Notes

Songs

"When Love Comes Knocking (At Your Door)", "Last Train to Clarksville" from The Monkees first album, "Valleri" which would not see release on a record until Rhino's rarities compilation Missing Links, Volume Two in 1990

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes