Mary Ann Mobley | Filmography


Get Yourself a College Girl (1964; MGM) d. Sidney Miller.
Young Dillinger (1965; Allied Artists) d. Terry Morse
Girl Happy (1965; MGM) d. Boris Sagal.
Harum Scarum (1965; MGM) d. Gene Nelson.
Three on a Couch (1966; Columbia) d. Jerry Lewis.
King’s Pirate (1967; Universal) d. Don Weis.
For Singles Only (1968; Columbia) d. Arthur Dreifuss.
Instanbul Express (1968; Made-for-TV) d. Richard Irving.
The Girl on the Late, Late Show (1974; Made-for-TV) d. Gary Nelson.


Be Our Guest (co-host) 1/27 to 6/1/60
Burke’s Law “Who Killed Purity Mather?” 12/6/64
Burke’s Law “ Who Killed Marty Kelso?” 2/28/64
Burke’s Law “Who Killed the Tall One in the Middle?” 11/25/64
Perry Mason “The Case of the Blond Bonanza” 12/17/64
Burke’s Law “Who Killed the Strangler?” 1/6/65
Run for Your Life “This Town for Sale” 11/15/65
The Smothers Brothers Show “The Ghost Is Clear” 2/18/66
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. “The Moonglow Affair” 2/25/66
Perry Mason “The Case of the Misguided Model” 4/247/66
Mission: Impossible “odd Man Out” 10/8 & 10/15/66
Run For Your Life “Tears from a Glass Eye” 12/12/66
The Virginian “Vengeance Trail” 1/4/67
Iron Horse “Shadow Run” 1/30/67
Custer “Sabres in the Sun” 9/6/67
Ironside “The Tormentor” 3/27/67
World of Disney “My Dog the Thief” 9/21 & 9/28/69
Love, American Style “Love and the Other Love” 12/22/69
To Rome with Love “Baby of the Family” 1970
God Bless Mr. Ferguson (pilot) 1971
Love, American Style “Love and the Sex Survey” 10/29/71
The Sixth Sense “Shadow in the Wall” 4/15/72
Search “Short Circuit” 9/27/72
The Sixth Sense “Five Women Weeping” 12/9/72
The Partridge Family “I Left My Heart in Cincinnati” 1/26/73
Love, American Style “Love and the Seven Year Wait” 9/28/73
The New Perry Mason “The Case of the Telltale Drunk” 10/14/73
Honeymoon Suite (pilot) segment: “The Bust” 10/23/73
Police Story “Fingerprint” 3/12/74
Born Free “Elsa’s Odyssey” 11/18/74
Circus of the Stars (special) 1/10/77
Fantastic Journey “Vortex” 2/3/77
Fantastic Journey “Atlantium” 2/10/77
Circus of the Stars (special) 12/5/77
Nashville Remembers Elvis on His Birthday (special) 1/8/78
Fantasy Island “Fool for a Client” 5/15/78
The Love Boat “Ship of Ghouls” 10/28/78
Fantasy Island “Let the Good Times Roll” 11/4/78
General Hospital (series regular as Jonelle Andrews) 1979
Fantasy Island “The Choice” 5/6/79
Circus of the Stars (special) 6/20/79
Fantasy Island “The Victim” 12/1/79
Circus of the Stars (special) 12/16/79
Vegas “Lost Monday 1/9/80
Elvis Remembered: Nashville to Hollywood (special) 2/8/80
World of Disney “The Secret of Lost Valley” 4/25 & 5/4 80
Fantasy Island “Skater’s Edge” 11/8/80
Fantasy Island “The Heroine” 1/24/81
The Love Boat “Bugged” 2/21/81
Wedding Day (co-host) 6/8 to 6/12/81
The Dark Room “Lost in Translation” 1/8/82
The World of Entertainment (pilot) 4/25/82
Fantasy Island “Nancy and the Thunderbirds” 5/1/82
Matt Houston “The Yacht Club Murders” 1/16/83
Fantasy Island “Ambitious Lady” 1/7/84
Hotel “Ideals” 12/12/84
The Love Boat “The Odd Triple” 1/12/85
Diff’rent Strokes (series regular) 9/27/85 to 3/21/86
All-Star Party for “Dutch” Reagan (special) 12/8/85
It’s Howdy Doody Time – A 40 Year Celebration (special) 11/87
Falcon Crest “False Faces” 3/11/88
Falcon Crest “Dirty Tricks” 3/18/88
Falcon Crest “Flying Blind” 3/18/88
Falcon Crest “The Key to Angela” 4/8/88
Home (co-host) 8/28/ to 9/1/89
Designing Women “A Blast from the Past” 9/90
Hearts Afire
Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Dead Like Me


Guys and Dolls (tour, role of Sara Brown; 17 different productions)
Brigadoon (tour, role of Fiona and Meg)
Oklahoma (tour, role of Laurie)
The Tender Trap (John Kenley Players, Palm Beach, lead)
Cabaret (four different productions, role of Sally Bowles)
Hello Dolly! (tour, role of Mrs. Molloy)
Finnian’s Rainbow
Pajama Game
On A Clear Day
Kiss Me Kate
Love Letters
The King and I (tour, role of Tup-Tim and Anna)
Music Man
Nowhere to Go But Up (Opened at Winter Garden Theatre in New York, directed by Sidney Lumet, rewrites by Mel Brooks staring Tom Bosley, Bruce Gordon, Dorothy Laudon. Bert Convy and I were the Juveniles.)
Senior Class

Mary Ann Mobley | Biography