Three's A Crowd (1984) - The Complete Studio DVD Collection

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WOW Here it is.....The CULT CLASSIC...Three's A Crowd the Complete Collection presented in SUPER Studio Print Quality. Three's A Crowd has NEVER been released on DVD. Here is your chance to have every episode in perfect quality.

Three's a Crowd is an American sitcom television series produced as a spin-off continuation of Three's Company that aired on ABC from September 25, 1984 (only one week after the final episode of Three's Company was broadcast) until April 9, 1985, with reruns airing until September 10, 1985. In Three's Company's final episodes, Vicky Bradford (Mary Cadorette) is introduced as a love interest of Jack Tripper (John Ritter), beginning with the episode titled "Cupid Works Overtime." In the following two-part episode, "Friends and Lovers", Jack proposes marriage, but Vicky, afraid of marriage after witnessing her parents' tumultuous relationship and bitter divorce, declines the offer. Vicky instead convinces Jack to move in with her in the vacant apartment above his restaurant. Vicky's wealthy father James Bradford (Robert Mandan) buys the building from Jack's former boss, Frank Angelino. James does not approve of Jack and he constantly tries to disrupt his and Vicky's relationship.
Other characters include E.Z. Taylor (Alan Campbell), Jack's eccentric assistant at the bistro, and Claudia Bradford (Jessica Walter), Vicky's mother and James' ex-wife.

John Ritter as Jack Tripper
Mary Cadorette as Victoria "Vicky" Bradford
Robert Mandan as James Bradford
Alan Campbell as E.Z. Taylor
Jessica Walter as Claudia Bradford


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