Wes and Tom-Tom are friends going to college and with musician Vern share a houseboat. Wes also watches out for his younger brother Howie and the four of them deal with girls, jobs, and ... See full summary »
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1963   1962  
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 Wes Macauley / ... 19 episodes, 1962-1963
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 Thomas A. 'Tom-Tom' DeWitt 19 episodes, 1962-1963
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 Howie Macauley 19 episodes, 1962-1963
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 Houghton Stott 18 episodes, 1962-1963
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Kate Murtagh ...
 Iona Dobson / ... 11 episodes, 1962-1963
Jeanine Cashell ...
 Alma Jean Dobson 11 episodes, 1962-1963
Scott White ...
 Mr. Dobson / ... 10 episodes, 1962-1963
Ann Schuyler ...
 Nora Fitzgerald 7 episodes, 1962-1963
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Wes and Tom-Tom are friends going to college and with musician Vern share a houseboat. Wes also watches out for his younger brother Howie and the four of them deal with girls, jobs, and school. Occasionally the boys get serious but more often they use humor to handle situations.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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17 September 1962 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Unruhige Jahre  »

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(19 episodes)

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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An original concept was used in this series: the end credits rolled over top of a sort of epilogue that tied up the last scene. If you didn't watch the end credits, you would miss the tie-up for what the characters did at fade out and be missing some of the fun. This actually gave an extra minute or so extension - showcasing the genius of the rapid paced editing and score that hallmarked this show. See more »

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A small but delicious piece of apple pie.
17 August 2004 | by (California) – See all my reviews

It's difficult to explain exactly why IAMW was such an extraordinarily fine piece of television theater. Partially, of course, is that it was produced at a time when most television drama was either heavy-duty major productions or amazingly stupid sit-coms. IAMW was well acted, well produced and well written. It showed a group of ordinary, nice people getting on with their lives as best they could. The dialog was intelligent. The characters were people you knew from your own life. There were no terrible crises, no violence, no darkness beyond people worrying about what the right thing to do was, but it wasn't Beaver Knows Best and Father is a Dope, which were your other choices. It wasn't bland. It wasn't simple. It wasn't boring. It was real and it was decent and it was interesting. What more can you ask for?


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