This section contains descriptions and photos where
available of all Courtship of Eddie's Father memorabilia that I am aware
of and have in my collection. If anyone has any additional items,
please e-mail me with a description and a photo if at all possible.
August 10th, 1969 (includes one-page article on the show)
Also released by: The Washington Post
TV Time and Channel
February 21st-27th, 1970(?), Philadelphia/New York edition
Who's Who in TV Television - 1969-70 (previews and photos)
Kids on T.V. (1971 paperback)
Spec Magazine (8/70) (Brandon Cruz)
Spec Magazine (1/71) (Brandon Cruz)
Tiger Beat Magazine (Brandon Cruz)
Poster, 1969, (17 x 12, features entire cast)
Flip Magazine (2/1/70)
Flip Magazine (5/1/70)
L.A. Times TV Magazine (10/21/62) (Miyoshi Umeki)
TV Times (11/9/69) (photo cover)
Scripts (various - I have 'The Encounter Group)
Script (10/05/70) for the episode "To Catch a Thief", 26 pages, orange cover. Script
personally used by Vince Van Patten who played "Mark" on the episode. Sold for $42
in a recent online auction
Teens Now (May 1972) (Brandon Cruz)
TV Magazine (Sunday Star - Washington, D.C.) (October 5-11, 1969) (Brady Bunch
girls on cover, COEF article inside)
16mm films (various episodes)
I've read that there was a lunchbox made for The Courtship of Eddie's Father, but it was not marketed when Myoshi Umeki (Mrs. Livingston) rejected the artwork.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch TV Magazine with color photo of Bill Bixby (Tom Corbett) with
Tomorrow magazines from "Courtship of Eddie's Father." September 7-13, 1969.
7 7/8" x 10" notepad with full-color portrait photo of Brandon Cruz in a scene from the TV
series (c. 1969). Sold for $26.00 in a recent online auction to myself. Photo coming soon
as soon as I scan it in.
Bill Bixby and Brandon Cruz - "Best Friend" from
the MGM TV series "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" / MGM K14198. Yellow Promo Label 45 / "Special Disc Jockey
Record & Not For Sale printed across both sides. The flip side has the STAR, designating it
as the A-side / this is a Shel Silverstein song: "Daddy, What If?" sung by Bixby and Cruz.
Sent exclusively to radio stations. Recently have sold for $15-40 in online auctions like eBay.