How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967 film)

How I Spent My Summer Vacation is a 1967 American film.

It was one of the first movies made for TV.[1][2] It starred famous names who would later star in other TV movies and shows, including Robert Wagner and Jill St. John.


Man in hiding Jack Washington is contacted by another man named Lewis Gannet, who promises money and independence in exchange for a job. Sensing more than he is told, Jack investigates, with the trail leading to an old girl friend, her family, and danger.



  1. ^ TV MOVIEMAKING BEGINS IN EARNEST: Universal Starts Slate of 2-Hour Films for Networks By PETER BART The New York Times10 Mar 1966: 26.
  2. ^ Are TV Movies Better than Ever? New York Times 27 Nov 1966: D21.

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