School House (1949– )

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A live Tuesday-evening musical-comedy revue series.

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Series cast summary:
Kenny Delmar ...
 Himself - Teacher / ... (1 episode, 1949)
 Himself - Student / ... (1 episode, 1949)
Tommy Dix ...
 Himself - Student / ... (1 episode, 1949)
Betty Ann Nyman ...
 Dancer / ... (1 episode, 1949)
Kenny Bowers ...
 Clarinetist / ... (1 episode, 1949)
Aileen Stanley Jr. ...
 Herself - Student / ... (1 episode, 1949)
 Himself (1 episode, 1949)
Vilma Sherry ...
 Dancer / ... (1 episode, 1949)
Rudy Cárdenas ...
 Himself - Student / ... (1 episode, 1949)


A live Tuesday-evening musical-comedy revue series.

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Comedy | Family | Music





Release Date:

18 January 1949 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The School House  »

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1.33 : 1
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Wally Cox's televised debut. See more »

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Not as bad as claimed
3 February 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

When people list really BAD shows from the early days of television, this show usually gets mentioned. Even the usually excellent book "The Forgotten Network" pans this show. I don't understand why though. I recently viewed the sole surviving recording of this short-lived program, and it ain't bad. Episode includes: A nice "modern dancer", a couple of OK comedy sketches, an excellent Jazz musical performance ("I've always liked ragtime" - "It ain't called ragtime anymore, it's bebop!"), a fun DuMont Television Set commercial (Wally Cox flubs his lines) and a cute comedy song sung by a female singer. Certainly not great TV, but honestly I don't see how it's THAT bad. The series was set in a classroom, and yes, it's extremely uneven, but, parts of the episode were VERY enjoyable. Not at all a "massive turkey" as often claimed, I do wish this series had lasted longer, and that more episodes were preserved. Of course, greater things laid ahead during the next couple of years for The DuMont Network...

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