Room for One More (TV series)

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Room for One More
Room for One More cast.jpg
The cast from left: Peggy McCay, Ronnie Dapo, Carol Nicholson, Andrew Duggan and Tramp, Tim Rooney and Ahna Capri.
Genre Sitcom
Based on Room for One More (film) and Room for One More by Anna Perrot Rose
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Charles R. Rondeau
and others
Starring Andrew Duggan
Peggy McCay
Ronnie Dapo
Carol Nicholson
Ahna Capri
Tim Rooney
Jack Albertson
Maxine Stuart
Theme music composer Jerry Fuller
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Executive producer(s) William T. Orr
Producer(s) Ed Jurist
Production location(s) California California
Editor(s) Byron Chudnow
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Warner Bros. Television Division
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Division
Original network ABC
Picture format 1.33 : 1 monochrome
Audio format monaural
Original release January 27 – July 28, 1962
Related shows Room for One More (film)

The Brady Bunch

My Three Sons

Room for One More is an American sitcom, principally starring Andrew Duggan and Peggy McCay as the heads of the Rose family which aired on ABC from January 27 until July 28, 1962. Its humor derives from their decision to augment their existing family with two adopted children. Actors playing the children included Tim Rooney, second son of actor Mickey Rooney, Ahna Capri, Carol Nicholson, and Ronnie Dapo, who thereafter appeared as Phil Silvers's nephew on CBS's The New Phil Silvers Show. Jack Albertson played a neighbor, Walter Burton, with Maxine Stuart as his wife, Ruth Burton. Tommy Farrell played the character Fred in five episodes.

Thus, Room for One More and its contemporary, My Three Sons, "were significant departures from the mom-and-pop model of the family" that typified American television comedy of its era.[1] As with the similar Brady Bunch that would debut seven years later, the plots on Room for One More tended to feature "easily solvable situations".[1]

Among the series guest stars were Parley Baer, Bob Hastings, Sandy Kenyon, Sue Ane Langdon, Robert Q. Lewis, Howard McNear, Maudie Prickett, and Gary Vinson.

Room for One More aired at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday, having replaced another ABC/WB offering, The Roaring 20s.



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  • Girl From Sweden (2/17/1962)
  • Angel In The Attic (2/24/1962)
  • A Trip To The Beach (3/3/1962)
  • This Gun For Sale (3/10/1962)
  • Speaker Of The House (3/17/1962)
  • Strength Through Money (3/24/1962)
  • I Retake This Woman (3/31/1962)
  • Love Thy Neighbor (4/7/1962)
  • The Real George (4/14/1962)
  • Two Many Parents (4/21/1962)
  • Our Man In Brazil (4/28/1962)
  • Flip's Loyalty Test (5/5/1962)
  • What Is It? (5/12/1962)
  • King Of The Little People (5/19/1962)
  • Danger: Man At Work (5/26/1962)
  • The Right Wrong Number (6/2/1962)
  • Little School House In Red (6/9/1962)
  • A New Twist (6/16/1962)
  • Out At Home (6/23/1962)
  • Happiness Is Just A State Of Mind (6/30/1962)
  • Bonjour, Rose Family (7/7/1962)
  • Ribbins And Beaus (7/14/1962)
  • Son Of A Boss (7/28/1962)

External links

  • Room for One More on IMDb
  • Room for One More at


  1. ^ a b Haramoto, Darrell Y. Nervous Laughter: Television Situation Comedy and Liberal Democratic Ideology. Praeger/Greenwood. 1989. p.66
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