Ghost And Mrs Muir, The
Hope Lange, Edward Mulhare, Reta Shaw, Harlen Carraher, Kellie Flanagan, Scruffy, Charles Nelson Reilly
Lovely young widow Carolyn Muir, her two young children, and the maid discover that the New England seaside house they've moved into is haunted by the former owner -- an old salt named Captain Daniel Gregg. Gregg at first resists this intrusion, but he develops a ghostly love for his uninvited guest.
- Season 1: 1. Pilot (1968). Mrs. Carolyn Muir rents charming Maine Gull Cottage for her family and finds that it comes with a resident ghost. Captain Gregg takes a shine to the pretty widow and allows them to stay in his house.
- Season 1: 2. Haunted Honeymoon (1968). When a young couple on the way to their wedding end up staying the night, Captain Gregg thinks they should get married immediately.
- Season 1: 3. Treasure Hunt (1968). After an appeal to the vanity of their landlord doesn't work to get needed repairs made, the Captain sends him on a treasure hunt in the very areas that require fixing.
- Season 1: 4. Ghost Hunter, The (1968). Unknown to Mrs. Muir, she gives access to Gull Cottage to a ghost hunter looking for the spook that inhabits it. When she learns her mistake and orders him out, the ghost hunter turns nasty.
- Season 1: 5. Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow (1968). The local historical society wants to erect a statue of local hero Navy Captain Figg. Captain Gregg is insulted that he wasn't chosen and wants Mrs. Muir to expose him as the coward he was. Mrs. Muir says that she must have proof.
- Season 1: 6. Vanessa (1968). Vanessa Peekskill the great-great-granddaughter of Captain Gregg's true love comes to Gull Cottage to research their romance and the Captain is quite taken with her.
- Season 1: 7. Real James Gatley, The (1968). Claymore switches the Captain's antique barometer with a fake and sells it to some antique hounds. Captain Gregg switches them back and Claymore is arrested for fraud.
- Season 1: 8. Uncle Arnold The Magnificent (1968). Mrs. Muir's Uncle Arnold who sells magic tricks comes for a visit. Candy asks for him to stay and perform at her birthday party until they find his tricks don't work and his stories grow old and stale fast.
- Season 1: 9. Way Off Broadway (1968). Mrs. Muir's appearance in a local stage production leaves the Captain lonely so he decides to disrupt the performance.
- Season 1: 10. Monkey Puzzle Tree, The (1968). Captain Gregg reluctantly consents to removal of the antiques and replacing them with modern furniture to make the cottage a home, but when she has his prized monkey puzzle tree cut down after a window is broken the angry Captain leaves.
- Season 1: 11. Captain Gregg's Whiz-Bang (1968). Mrs. Muir needs money to fix the plumbing and can't come up with a single idea for an article, so the Captain collaborates with her on a story, but his secret revisions start giving people the wrong idea about her.
- Season 1: 12. Madeira, My Dear? (1968). The Captain and Mrs. Muir are continually interrupted by life's little chores while they try and have some quiet time together.
- Season 1: 13. Love Is A Toothache (1968). Captain Gregg lends a hand when Martha shows more than a passing interest in the local dentist.
- Season 1: 14. Mr. Perfect (1968). A former beau literally sails back into Carolyn Muir's life on his yacht and asks her to marry him much to the jealously of the Captain.
- Season 1: 15. Dear Delusion (1969).
- Season 1: 16. Dog Gone! (1969). Everyone knows that the Captain and Scruffy don't like each other, and the Captain's really in the doghouse when Scruffy mysteriously disappears.
- Season 1: 17. Pain In The Neck, A (1969). Claymore has an accident hurting his back and ends up convalescing at Gull Cottage running the Muir's ragged.
- Season 1: 18. Strictly Relative (1969). When Jonathan accidentally tells Carolyn's visiting in-laws about the Captain, they believe he's a living person and jump to the conclusion that Carolyn plans on marrying him.
- Season 1: 19. Chowderhead (1969). The Captain's face is being used on the label of a new brand of chowder, and both he and Mrs. Muir are annoyed but for different reasons.
- Season 1: 20. It's A Gift! (1969).
- Season 1: 21. Buried On Page One (1969).
- Season 1: 22. Make Me A Match (1969).
- Season 1: 23. Jonathan Tells It Like It Was (1969).
- Season 1: 24. Medicine Ball, The (1969). Carolyn comes down with a bug, and Captain Gregg, dissatisfied with the doctor, concocts his own remedy which sends Mrs. Muir back to the mid-1800's where she is the "ghost" and the very much alive Captain is the only one who can see her.
- Season 1: 25. Son Of The Curse (1969). The kids find a clock with a curse on it. After the clock is started the last living Gregg will die at midnight, Claymore Gregg.
- Season 1: 26. Music Maker, The (1969).
- Season 2: 1. Great Power Failure, The (1969).
- Season 2: 2. Centennial (1969).
- Season 2: 3. There's A Seal In My Bathtub (1969).
- Season 2: 4. Double Trouble (1969).
- Season 2: 5. Today I Am A Ghost (1969). A former insufferable seaman named Elroy who served under Captain Gregg comes for help to learn how to haunt. The problem is that he is afraid of people.
- Season 2: 6. Madam Candidate (1969).
- Season 2: 7. Not So Desperate Hours (1969).
- Season 2: 8. Medium Well Done (1969).
- Season 2: 9. Surprise Party (1969).
- Season 2: 10. Firehouse Five Plus Ghost, The (1969).
- Season 2: 11. Spirit Of The Law, The (1969).
- Season 2: 12. Puppy Love (1969). The Captain becomes jealous when he thinks Carolyn is in love, when it's actually Candice experiencing her first crush.
- Season 2: 13. Host To The Ghost (1969). Because the local handymen hired to repair the kitchen are scared of the "Gull Cottage Ghost", Mrs. Muir persuades the Captain to leave temporarily so...a situation Claymore does not enjoy when the Captain moves in with him.
- Season 2: 14. Ghost Of Christmas Past, The (1969). Each of those living at Gull Cottage has their own special Christmas dream thanks to the Captain. In Mrs. Muir's dream the Captain and her confess their love to each other and exchange a kiss.
- Season 2: 15. Ladies' Man (1970).
- Season 2: 16. Not So Faust (1970). When he finds out Claymore is trying to con Carolyn into paying double rent every month, Captain Gregg decides to teach Claymore a much-needed lesson.
- Season 2: 17. Tourist, Go Home (1970). A consultant is hired to increase tourism in the town and he has Captain Gregg serving pies.
- Season 2: 18. No Hits, No Runs, No Oysters (1970).
- Season 2: 19. Dig For The Truth (1970).
- Season 2: 20. Pardon My Ghost (1970).
- Season 2: 21. Martha Meets The Captain (1970). Martha receives some unexpected family news, which means that she will have to leave Gull Cottage and the Muir family. Carolyn, the children and Claymore plan a surprise farewell party, but their trying to keep it a secret mistakenly convinces Martha that they no longer care about her, and it's up to Captain Gregg to both take drastic action and reveal a long-hidden secret to change her mind.
- Season 2: 22. Amateur Night (1970).
- Season 2: 23. Curious Cousin (1970). Carolyn's cousin Harriet comes for a visit and somehow jumps to the conclusion that Carolyn and the Captain are an item, not knowing that the Captain has been dead a hundred years.
- Season 2: 24. Wedding Day????? (1970). Thanks to Cousin Harriet's gossip, Carolyn's parents get the idea that the Captain is a real man that their daughter is seeing and come for a visit wanting to meet him.