Farmer's Daughter


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Program:  Farmer's Daughter
Broadcast History:
First Telecast:  September 20, 1963
Last Telecast:  April 22, 1966
Network(s): CBS
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Available Formats: (none)
Related Links: Inger Stevens Fan Site
Katy, The Farmer's Daughter was played by Inger Stevens. She committed suicide in 1970 by taking barbiturates. It was revealed that Inger had been long married (from 1961) to African-American bit actor Ike Jones. The marriage, was kept under wraps to protect her career. They were estranged at the time she died.

She cheated death three times. In her first suicide attempt, she swallowed sleeping pills and ammonia which left her with blood clots in her lungs, legs swelled up to twice their size, and temporary blindness (she miraculously recovered within weeks); one time she and Rod Steiger were nearly asphyxiated by carbon monoxide fumes while filming a scene from "Cry Terror" in a tunnel; and once she leaped from a crash-landing jet liner minutes before it exploded.

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