My Three Sons was a popular sitcom in the late 1950's that run through 1960's that Don Grady become a member of at the age of 13, playing one of there sons. The premise of the show was a father who had lost his wife, left to raise three sons with his another star character referred to as Uncle Charley. Uncle Charley was more like a confident, the cook and the maid. They were a conservative family the boys and the sons, but not the uncle who was laid back.
The father played by, Fred MacMurry was the ultimate bachelor to the women in his neighborhood, from work and everywhere he went. Even the school teachers would view for his attention. His eldest son, named Robbie was played by Don Grady who passed Wednesday, June 27. He was 68 years old. He died of a long bout it has been reported of cancer and left behind 2 children and a wife. The actor never stopped by active in entertainment although he may have never made the type of salary today's actors make, he has managed to keep a following.
Robbie Grady's death leaves a legacy of recordings that he did as a singer with an album just recently released in 2008, thirteen years after he married, called Boomer. He also played in several Broadway plays that included the popular, "Godspell", "Pippin" and "Damn Yankees" To view a clip of the opening of the show, My Three Sons, log on the link below.
MY THREE SONS OPENING THEME SONG
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