In year three of The Doris Day Show, Doris Martin (Day) moves from the country to an apartment in San Francisco over an Italian restaurant run by Louis and Angie Pallucci, played by Bernie Kopell ("The Love Boat") and Kaye Ballard ("The Mothers-In-Law"). Doris continues to work for editor Michael Nicholson (McLean Stevenson from "M*A*S*H") at Today's World magazine, along with friend Myrna Gibbons (Rose Marie of "The Dick Van Dyke Show").
Among the many guest stars are Tony Bennett, Meredith Baxter, Henry Fonda, Van Johnson, Dick Van Patten, Larry Storch, Ricardo Montalban, John Astin and Billy DeWolfe.
The Doris Day Show, Season 3 contains all 26 remastered episodes from the 1970-71 season, plus a wealth of rare and new bonus features.
A popular situation comedy of the late 1960s, this wholesome family fare chronicled the lives of young widow Doris Day and her two sons, Billy and Toby. In this season, Doris quits her job at TODAY'S WORLD--a popular magazine--and moves into a city apartment above an Italian restaurant. Doris befriends the owners and gradually adjusts to life in the city. All 26 episodes from the third season are included here.