The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (1952–1966)

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As the sons age, we go through their teenage dating problems, marriage and careers.

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 Ozzie / ... (436 episodes, 1952-2014)
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 Harriet / ... (436 episodes, 1952-2014)
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 David Nelson / ... (433 episodes, 1952-1966)
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 Ricky Nelson / ... (433 episodes, 1952-1966)
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As the sons age, we go through their teenage dating problems, marriage and careers.

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Ozzie & Harriet raise the perfect family, in the perfect home, in the perfect 1950's.
1 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think that The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, not unlike its counterparts (i.e. Leave it to Beaver), were what they were because that's what people wanted at the time. Many accounts of the 1950's are not the most interesting, but that's the way things were-culturally. With out these programs, however mundane you may find them, there would have been no examples for the family sit-com following the cultural revolution of the 1960's. I think that in today's society it is nice to look back, and see a family living together, enjoying life, and running into the occasional plot conflict. To hate Ozzie and Harriet is to hate Americana- after all that's what they were at the time of their program.You'll notice that the show ended in the late 1960's, when due to the cultural unrest in the United States, their brand of entertainment became, sadly enough, obsolete. Conclusion: take it for what it is (or was), it's a glimpse into a bygone era: a time of homemakers, fresh-baked cookies, pipe smoking dads, the milkman, and no use for the modern vulgarities of the medium.


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