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Broadcast History:

First Telecast: September 25, 1976
Last Telecast: October 30, 1976

Sep 1976-Oct 1976, ABC Sat 8:30-9:00

Total number of episodes: 5


Cast:

Mr. T and Tina Cast

Pat Morita as Taro Takahashi ("Mr. T.")
Susan Blanchard
as Tina Kelly
Pat Suzuki
as Michi
Ted Lange
as Harvard
Miriam Byrd-Nethery
as Miss Llewellyn
"Jerry" Hatsuo Fujikawa
as Uncle Matsu
June Angela
as Sachi
Gene Profanto
as Aki


Series Summary:

Mr. T and Tina

A comedy of clashing cultures. Mr. T. was a brilliant Japanese inventor who had been transferred by his firm from Tokyo to Chicago. There, he had to cope with the Americanization of his household by a nutty, effervescent, Nebraska-born housekeeper named Tina. Tina was well-intentioned but sometimes her ideas of a happy home were at fearful odds with the traditional, male-dominated society from which the Takahashis had so recently come. Michi was Mr. T's sister-in-law, Uncle Matsu the staunch traditonalist, and Sachi and Aki the two children. On the American side were Harvard, the hip handyman, and Miss Llywellyn, the landlady.

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