Rhoda - Female robot (played by Julie Newmar) on
the sci-fi sitcom MY LIVING DOLL/CBS/1964-65.
Rhoda, the "ultimate in feminine composition,"
(measurements 37-26-36) was created by Dr. Carl
Miller (Henry Beckman) for a secret government
project (No. AF709) that experimented with
sending robots into space.
Programmed to obey
all commands, the Robot was given to Air Force
psychologist, Dr. Bob McDonald (Robert Cummings)
to monitor her psychological development while
its creator was out of the country on
Naming her Rhoda, Bob relocated the
robot to his home and informed his neighbors she
was Dr. Miller's niece who was boarding with him
until his return from overseas.
computerized cutie-pie stood five-feet,
ten-inches tall, was covered with a low-modulus
polyethylene plastic that gave her that human
look, and maintained a constant body temperature
of 98.6 degrees.