How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967 film)

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How I Spent My Summer Vacation is a 1967 American film.

It was one of the first movies made for TV.[1][2] It starred famous names who would later star in other TV movies and shows, including Robert Wagner and Jill St. John.

Plot[edit]

Man in hiding Jack Washington is contacted by another man named Lewis Gannet, who promises money and independence in exchange for a job. Sensing more than he is told, Jack investigates, with the trail leading to an old girl friend, her family, and danger.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ TV MOVIEMAKING BEGINS IN EARNEST: Universal Starts Slate of 2-Hour Films for Networks By PETER BART The New York Times10 Mar 1966: 26.
  2. ^ Are TV Movies Better than Ever? New York Times 27 Nov 1966: D21.

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