One DVD featuring two rarely-seen television comedies from the 1950s! Four episodes in all!
The Life of Riley: William Bendix delighted radio and TV audiences with his lovable but thickheaded Chester A. Riley, an aircraft riveter frequently outsmarted by his wife Peggy (Marjorie Reynolds) and their children, Babs and Junior (Lugene Saunders and Wesley Morgan). This uproarious 1953-57 series from Desilu ("I Love Lucy") is a must for any fan of vintage '50s situation comedy. This DVD includes two episodes - "Bab's School Reunion" and "Riley's Operation."
Our Miss Brooks: Eve Arden scores straight A's as the acid-tongued high school English teacher who continually clashes with her long-suffering principal (Gale Gordon) while carrying a torch for the biology instructor. Miss Connie Brooks and her comic antics kept TV audiences in stitches from 1952 until 1957 after a successful radio run that had started in 1948. This DVD includes two episodes - "The Jump" and "Home Cooked Meal."