OZZIE AND HARRIET will always be remembered as the ideal image of the 1950s nuclear family, and these first five volumes capture the innocent and charming show that starred the real-life Nelsons. The children literally grew up on the screen during this classic TV series over the years, as they blossomed into musical and show business careers of their own.
Social Dance: Harriet organizes a social dance at the Women's Club and invites 20 little girls in party dresses. Ozzie volunteers to supply the young, neighborhood boys for the social - but he soon discovers that the little kids would much rather be playing baseball than dancing.
The In-Laws: The Nelsons are getting worried. It's been almost two weeks since David and his wife called or visited. But, in an effort not to appear too "snoopy" Ozzie and Harriet dream up an imaginative way to "keep in touch."
Back to Work: It's David Nelson's first day back at the law office following his honeymoon and trying to keep his newlywed romance in full swing hardly seems possible with such a busy work schedule.
Men's Club Lecture: Ozzie is scheduled to deliver a lecture to the Men's Club on "The Importance Of Keeping Organized And Being On Time" only he forgets the appointment, gets to the banquet hall late and winds up delivering the lecture - to the wrong audience.
Robin Eggs: Ozzie becomes an expectant father to a trio of robin's eggs nesting in his rain gutter. To hurry them along, Ozzie tries to hatch the eggs - himself!
College Boy: Seventeen-year-old David tries to score points with a girl who only dates college boys - and Harriet thinks she has the perfect plan!
Wally's Girl: Ricky and his wife try to help their friend Wally regain his confidence and get back his girl - so they fix him up with the homecoming queen. But Ricky winds up taking her to the dance instead!
The Mrs. Fills In: Chaos erupts in David's law office when his wife fills in for his vacationing secretary. The trick now is how to fire her!
Lamp for Dave & June: June has her heart set on a very expensive lamp that they just can't afford so she comes up with a plan. She and David will scale back on some "minor" items - such as food and transportation!
Painting From the Past: Jealousy ensues when Rick's wife accidentally finds a work of art that he painted for an ex- girlfriend.
Rick and the Maid of Honor: Rick has pre-marital jitters - only he's not the one getting married! When a good friend is about to walk down the aisle, Rick and his on-again / off-again girlfriend ponder the future of their own relationship.
Rick Grows a Beard: In an effort to get Rick to shave his beard, Ozzie, Dave and Rick's friend, Wally, all wear fake beards.
The Big Dog: Chaos ensues when Ricky surprises his wife on her birthday - with a Great Dane.
Lunch In Mexico: To prove to their wives that they can be spontaneous, Ozzie and Joe impulsively accept an invitation to fly to Mexico for lunch!
The Space Age: Strange happenings occur at the Nelson household when Ozzie gets duped into entering a photo contest.
Banjo Players: Ozzie thinks he knows just what Ricky's band need to complete their sound... Ozzie on banjo!
David's Car Payment: Ozzie mistakenly believes that Dave is in serious financial trouble and wonders why he seems so unconcerned.
Kris Plays Cupid: A matchmaking dinner cooked up by Rick and Kris to get Wally and Ginger back together backfires when Wally shows up with another girl.
No News for Harriet: Ozzie reluctantly starts a journal of his daily activities just to please news-starved Harriet.
The Pennies: The neighborhood kids entrust their prized collection of pennies to Ozzie, who then loses them in a poker game. Billy Mumy guest stars.