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ONE OF THE LONGEST-RUNNING SHOWS in Radio & TV History was "THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE & HARRIET" !

The show began on Radio in 1944, made the transition to TV in 1952 where it aired until 1966.

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ALWAYS HUMOUROUS, the entire Nelson Family was involved.  Ozzie, Harriet, and their sons David & Ricky, all took part in the Radio & TV versions of the show.

In additon, there was a great cast of characters that included the Nelson's nextdoor neighbor,Thorny Thornberry, and neighborhood teenager, Emmy Lou, among others.

The show had that subtle, gentle, family-comedy touch that set the tone for many other series to follow.

                     

                                                       

THIS EPISODE  IS  FROM one of my all-time favorite shows from "The Breakfast Serial" Archives.  It takes us back to "Halloween, 1948", a much simpler time period...and maybe for some, a warmer, less complicated era than we live in today.

Think about that as you listen to Episode 1 of  "OZZIE & HARRIET" in  "HALLOWEEN, 1948".   JK

(The Complete Show Containing All 5 Episodes Of "Ozzie & Harriet": "Halloween, 1948"  Is Available In Our Special Progams Section )

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   PS:  DUE TO HIS WEEKLY EXPOSURE ON HIS FAMILY'S TV SHOWRick Nelson, following in his mom & dad's musical footsteps, became one of the earliest Superstars of Rock & Roll and a Teen Idol.

TO HEAR PART OF A RARE INTERVIEW that I did with Rick in October of 1981 while I was at KSLQ Radio/St. Louis, and view a Special Tribute Page that I've created for him, just click-on the link:  http://www.legends.thewwbc.net/gpage100.html