Socrates "Sock" Miller joins the city council, clashing with the mayor John Peoples. Sock dates then marries his daughter Mandy complicating things. Sock has a basset named Cleo who shares her thoughts and best friend Rollo.

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 Socrates 'Sock' Miller / ... (104 episodes, 1955-1958)
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 Amanda 'Mandy' Peoples Miller / ... (104 episodes, 1955-1958)
Bernadette ...
 Cleo the Basset Hound (104 episodes, 1955-1958)
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 Cleo / ... (99 episodes, 1955-1958)
Margaret Irving ...
 Augusta 'Aunt Gus' Peoples / ... (96 episodes, 1955-1958)
Paul Maxey ...
 Mayor John Peoples / ... (93 episodes, 1955-1958)
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Socrates "Sock" Miller joins the city council, clashing with the mayor John Peoples. Sock dates then marries his daughter Mandy complicating things. Sock has a basset named Cleo who shares her thoughts and best friend Rollo.

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6 October 1955 (USA)  »

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Patricia Breslin
7 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Patricia Breslin, I loved you. Sure, it was puppy love, but what do you expect? I was only 2 to 5 years old during the original broadcast of "People's Choice," but I was precocious. And besides, I mainly watched you in re-runs from the NYC television stations in the early 1950s, so I was probably at least 6.

And then there was your co-staring role in "Crooked Road," on Alfred Hitchcock Presents, a show I will never forget, along with Walther Mathau as the crooked deputy. By the time you appeared on The Twilight Zone, season 4, "No Time Like the Past," I was truly ready to appreciate your maternal charms. You were the mother I always wished I had had.

Now, when I happen upon a vision of you on a wonderful old television time capsule, it as though I were in love with you all over for the first time. I wonder how many thousands, nay millions, of once young American males feel the same way about you?

You, Patricia Breslin, are my ideal, the virginal girl of my pre- pubescent fantasies, a woman I shall always seek, and never find, except in my dreams.

Unless, of course, I find a way to travel back in time. Somewhere. In time. Must go back. Focus! Concentrate! Ohio. Or is it Willoughby? Whatever.


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