The story evolved around officials at the Pearl River First National Bank in Pearl River, New York. Pearson Norby is the vice-president in charge of small loans, Maud Enels is president, Mr... See full summary »

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Evan Elliott ...
 Hank Norby 13 episodes, 1955
Janice Mars ...
 Wahleen Johnson 13 episodes, 1955
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 Mr. Rudge 13 episodes, 1955
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 Maude Endles / ... 13 episodes, 1955
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 Preston Norby / ... 13 episodes, 1955
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 Helen Norby 13 episodes, 1955
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 Diane Norby 13 episodes, 1955
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 Bank President 7 episodes, 1955
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The story evolved around officials at the Pearl River First National Bank in Pearl River, New York. Pearson Norby is the vice-president in charge of small loans, Maud Enels is president, Mr. Rudge, vice president and efficiency expert, and Wahleen Johnson, the switchboard operator. The episodes featured these characters and Norby's wife Helen and two children Diane and Hank and the Norby's neighbors Bobo and Maureen. Written by J.E. McKillop <jmckillo@notes.cc.bellcore.com>

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The first non-anthology filmed series on network television to be made entirely in color. See more »

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Not black and white; but color
25 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

The TV sitcom show, "Norby," was not filmed in black and white. Rather, it was actually filmed in color. The sponsor of the show was KODAK and thus, KODAK filmed the show in color making it one of, if not THE, first sitcom to be filmed in color. However, due to the fact that most TVs were still black and white most people received the show into their homes in black and white, having no idea that the filming was actually done in color by the KODAK Company. The majority of the viewers had no idea that the sitcom, "Norby" was actually filmed it color. "Norby" didn't last very long and so it was off the air by the time that the "Tonight Show" began to be received in "living color" into the homes of millions of viewers.


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