A sitcom centering on toddler Christopher Hapgood "Happy" Day and his parents. Happy's thoughts could be heard by the audience in the same way Bruce Willis' voice of the baby could be heard in "Look Who's Talking."
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1961   1960  

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Ronnie Burns ...
 Chris Day (16 episodes, 1960-1961)
Yvonne Lime ...
 Sally Day (16 episodes, 1960-1961)
Steven Born ...
 Christopher Hapgood Day (16 episodes, 1960-1961)
David Born ...
 Christopher Hapgood Day (15 episodes, 1960-1961)
Leone Le Doux ...
 Christopher Hapgood Day (15 episodes, 1960-1961)
Lloyd Corrigan ...
 Uncle Charlie (9 episodes, 1960)
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A sitcom centering on toddler Christopher Hapgood "Happy" Day and his parents. Happy's thoughts could be heard by the audience in the same way Bruce Willis' voice of the baby could be heard in "Look Who's Talking."

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8 June 1960 (USA)  »

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weird for it's time, long before "Look who's talking."
21 September 2004 | by (Kitchener Ontario Canada) – See all my reviews

I remember this show! it was a summer replacement, back when TV shows ran for 39 episodes and HAD summer replacements for the other 13 weeks...anyway, it wasn't as weird as another show that ran the same summer called "Kane" about a one-armed gunfighter, just to give you an idea what attempts were being made at the time to experiment with new ideas...but this one starred Ronnie Burns, son of comedian George Burns, who's only other acting credit was occasional appearances on his dad's show....way ahead of it's time, a forerunner of the "Look who's talking" movies, it was silly, bland, with very rare flashes of wit, pretty much like the "look who's talking" movies


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