Mister Peepers

Mr. Peepers
Mister Peepers is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from July 3, 1952, to June 12, 1955.wikipedia
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Wally Cox

Wally Cox starred as Robinson J. Peepers, Jefferson City's junior high school science teacher.
He appeared in the U.S. television series Mister Peepers from 1952 to 1955, plus several other popular shows, and as a character actor in over 20 films.

Patricia Benoit

Others in the cast included Tony Randall as history teacher Harvey Weskit; Georgann Johnson as Harvey's wife, Marge; Patricia Benoit as county nurse Nancy Remington, later married to Peepers; Marion Lorne as oft-confused English teacher Mrs. Gurney; Jack Warden as athletic coach Frank Whip and Ernest Truex and Sylvia Field as Nancy's parents.
She starred as the title character's eventual wife Nancy Remington in the 1950s TV series, Mister Peepers.

Tony Randall

Others in the cast included Tony Randall as history teacher Harvey Weskit; Georgann Johnson as Harvey's wife, Marge; Patricia Benoit as county nurse Nancy Remington, later married to Peepers; Marion Lorne as oft-confused English teacher Mrs. Gurney; Jack Warden as athletic coach Frank Whip and Ernest Truex and Sylvia Field as Nancy's parents.
Tony Randall's first major television role was as a history teacher, Harvey Weskit, in Mister Peepers (1952–1955).

Jack Warden

Others in the cast included Tony Randall as history teacher Harvey Weskit; Georgann Johnson as Harvey's wife, Marge; Patricia Benoit as county nurse Nancy Remington, later married to Peepers; Marion Lorne as oft-confused English teacher Mrs. Gurney; Jack Warden as athletic coach Frank Whip and Ernest Truex and Sylvia Field as Nancy's parents.
From 1952 to 1955, Warden appeared in the television series Mister Peepers with Wally Cox.

Ernest Truex

Others in the cast included Tony Randall as history teacher Harvey Weskit; Georgann Johnson as Harvey's wife, Marge; Patricia Benoit as county nurse Nancy Remington, later married to Peepers; Marion Lorne as oft-confused English teacher Mrs. Gurney; Jack Warden as athletic coach Frank Whip and Ernest Truex and Sylvia Field as Nancy's parents.
In later life, he became known for playing elderly men on television in works such as Justice, Mister Peepers, Hazel, and Father Knows Best.

Marion Lorne

Others in the cast included Tony Randall as history teacher Harvey Weskit; Georgann Johnson as Harvey's wife, Marge; Patricia Benoit as county nurse Nancy Remington, later married to Peepers; Marion Lorne as oft-confused English teacher Mrs. Gurney; Jack Warden as athletic coach Frank Whip and Ernest Truex and Sylvia Field as Nancy's parents.
From 1952-55, she was seen as perpetually confused junior high school English teacher Mrs. Gurney on Mister Peepers.

Sylvia Field

Others in the cast included Tony Randall as history teacher Harvey Weskit; Georgann Johnson as Harvey's wife, Marge; Patricia Benoit as county nurse Nancy Remington, later married to Peepers; Marion Lorne as oft-confused English teacher Mrs. Gurney; Jack Warden as athletic coach Frank Whip and Ernest Truex and Sylvia Field as Nancy's parents.
In 1952, she landed the role of Mrs. Remington in the sitcom Mister Peepers.

The Adventures of Hiram Holliday

Hiram Holliday
He later starred in a comedy/adventure series, The Adventures of Hiram Holliday, and is remembered as the voice of the cartoon superhero Underdog.
Star Wally Cox was best known for portraying the title role in Mister Peepers, an early live NBC sitcom about a mild-mannered junior high school science teacher; it was typecasting he was never able to escape in later years.

Robert Alan Aurthur

In the early years of television, he wrote for Studio One and then moved on to write episodes of Mister Peepers (1952–53).

Everett Greenbaum

Greenbaum was a co-creator with Jim Fritzell of Mister Peepers an important early television show which starred Wally Cox.

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Mister Peepers is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from July 3, 1952, to June 12, 1955.

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Mister Peepers is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from July 3, 1952, to June 12, 1955.

TV Guide

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The American TV magazine TV Guide used the picture of the couple's television wedding on its cover page.

Live television

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Mister Peepers was aired live, on stage before an audience at the New Century Theatre, 932 7th Avenue, New York City—preserved in the form of 16 mm kinescopes.

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Mister Peepers was aired live, on stage before an audience at the New Century Theatre, 932 7th Avenue, New York City—preserved in the form of 16 mm kinescopes.

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Mister Peepers was aired live, on stage before an audience at the New Century Theatre, 932 7th Avenue, New York City—preserved in the form of 16 mm kinescopes.

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He later starred in a comedy/adventure series, The Adventures of Hiram Holliday, and is remembered as the voice of the cartoon superhero Underdog.

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He is best remembered by game show fans as a regular panelist on The Hollywood Squares from 1966 until his death in 1973.

Retro Television Network

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RetroTV airs episodes of the show on Wednesday mornings.

UCLA Film and Television Archive

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In 2005, the first 26 episodes of Mister Peepers, which had been preserved by the UCLA Film and Television Archive, were released on DVD by S'more Entertainment.

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In 2005, the first 26 episodes of Mister Peepers, which had been preserved by the UCLA Film and Television Archive, were released on DVD by S'more Entertainment.

Ford Motor Company

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Mister Peepers began as a summer replacement series in 1952 for the Ford Motor Company on Thursday nights.

Reynolds Group Holdings

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After becoming popular, it returned to the airwaves in late October of that same year to replace a floundering new Sunday evening sitcom named Doc Corkle by its sponsor, the Reynolds Metals Company.