TV SHOW DEBUTED ON THIS DATE IN 1952

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My Little Margie is a TV situation comedy that alternated between CBS and
NBC from 1952 to 1955. The series premiered as the summer replacement
for I Love Lucy, under the sponsorship of Phillip Morris cigarettes. When the
show moved to NBC for its third sea son in the fall of 1953, Scott Paper Co.
became the sponsor. The stars of the show were Gale Storm as Margie
Albright and Charles Farrell as her widowed father Vern Albright.  

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One Response to “TV SHOW DEBUTED ON THIS DATE IN 1952”

  1. JOE COOK says:

    AND LETS’ NOT FORGET THE GALE STORM SHOW WHICH FOLLED MY LITTLE MARGIE IN
    SEPTEMBER 1956, 143 SHOWS AIRED LASTING UNTILL 1960. MY FAVORITE CHARACTER WAS THE MANICURIST PLAYED BY ZASU PITTS. SHE WAS SO FUNNY. (I DON’T KNOW HOW TO SPELL
    HALARIOUS!)

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