Not to be confused with Free Willy (TV series)
|Created by||Louis Pelletier
|Written by||Bob Fisher
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||39|
|Executive producer(s)||Desi Arnaz|
|Running time||24 mins.|
|Production company(s)||Desilu Productions|
|Original run||September 18, 1954– June 16, 1955|
June Havoc stars as Wilma "Willy" Dodger, a lawyer from rural New Hampshire who, because of the lack of clientele, relocates to New York City to represent a vaudeville troupe. Mary Treen and Whitfield Connor appeared in two episodes of Willy as Emily Dodger, Willy's sister, and Charlie Bush, Willy's boyfriend. Willy was produced by William Spier, Havoc's third and last husband.
In the premiere episode a young Aaron Spelling plays a dogcatcher as Willy defends the owner of a dog blamed for scaring a farmer's sheep. Character actor Charles Lane guest starred in the episode as Willy's boss.
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