The adventures of the scatterbrained wife of a respected city judge.
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 Joan Stevens 98 episodes, 1952-1955
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 Judge Bradley Stevens 98 episodes, 1952-1955
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The adventures of the scatterbrained wife of a respected city judge.

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15 October 1952 (USA)  »

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(98 episodes)

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Originally broadcasted by NBC while CBS had overwhelming success with I Love Lucy. See more »

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Featured in Pleasantville (1998) See more »

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Joan Davis Was Brilliant!
3 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just purchased the two DVDs that just came out on "I Married Joan." Miss Davis is a wonderful actress that did not get her just do, mainly because everything was focused on another great lady, Lucille Ball.

One of the fun things to watch are the supporting actors, who moved from set to set. You find the same actors on "Lucy," "Joan," "My Little Margie," "Private Secretary," and "Burns and Allen." I don't believe that Joan Davis was Emmy-nominated in the Best Actress category for comedy. That's very surprising and just as shocking as the fact that Esther Rolle was never nominated for "Good Times," in which she gave some of the finest acting on TV. Doris Day was never nominated for The Doris Day Show, either, but WAS cited by the Golden Globes. Miss Rolle never tried to BE funny, she played comedy straight -- the SITUATION was funny. Same with Miss Day. They didn't appear to be "funny" but they were.

If you "love Lucy," you might want to take a gander at Joan Davis in "I Married Joan," Gale Storm in "My Little Margie," and Gracie Allen in "Burns and Allen." All different, but all funny as hell for 50s comedy.


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