"Family Affair" was a popular situation comedy and a regular top 20 hit show produced by Don Fedderson Productions for CBS-TV during its five-year run from 1966-71.
Brian Keith stars as bachelor Bill Davis, a highly-paid engineering consultant who lives in a posh Manhattan apartment with his proper English manservant, Mr. Giles French (Sebastian Cabot). Davis' carefree existence is turned upside down when his brother and sister-in-law die suddenly in a tragic plane accident, leaving their three children orphaned. Davis becomes an instant father figure to six-year-old twins, Buffy and Jody (Anissa Jones, Johnnie Whitaker) and their big sister, Cissy (Kathy Garver). Despite their reservations, Davis and French grow attached to the children. Through humorous trial and error, coupled with big doses of love and patience, the five become a real family.
"Family Affair: Season One" contains 30 episodes on 5 discs and includes never-before-seen bonus features.
Wealthy bachelor Bill Davis, with the assistance of his impeccable butler Mr. French, lives a life of ease and style, but when he suddenly becomes the guardian of three orphaned children his life takes a strange and humorous turn. This popular sitcom of the 1960s created a fantasy world where father always knows best, and the kids live in a constant state of adventure and fun.