The picture on this cover of Johnny's record album Cindy's Birthday was taken during the filming of the episode of
The Princess. (Notice The Rifleman Script in Johnny's hands)
Bob Keene, president of Del-Fi Records, sold Johnny Crawford and his father on recording Daydreams for his disk debut, and they didn't regret it, especially when the song climbed the top 100 chart.
Bob Keane — whose brightest star had been Ritchie Valens — signed Crawford to his Del-Fi label in 1961. Johnny had 20 hits on the charts, including the No. 8 Cindy’s Birthday in 1962.
Although I don't know the name of the gentleman in the middle, you can clearly see on Johnny album cover that this gentleman is in the background. Cowgirl!
Bloopers - The Princess 4