This live sitcom debuted on CBS on January 10, 1949 and remained on the Monday night line up at different times until June 1951. The popular series ended up on NBC for two seasons through September, 1953, (in 1952 it was shown as a 15 minute program on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, reverting to a half-hour program for the remainder of the run). The show then jumped to the financially strapped DuMont Network (Apr-Oct 1954) on Tuesday nights as a half-hour show. This last DuMont cast would carry on for an additional season in first run syndication, (the only episodes that survive today, havng been filmed.) These shows are from rare kinescope films.
Meeting the Neighbors, Jury Duty, Going to the Dentist, The Treasury Book, The Psychology of Dreams, Uncle David’s Cousin, Nurse’s Aid, The Reducing Farm, Rosie’s Singing Lesson, Unhappy in Marriage.