Camp Runamuck for boys was located on one side of a lake, and the girls of Camp Divine were on the other side. The boys and girls constantly played pranks on each other, often joined by the counselors. Written by
One of several short-lived sitcoms from the early '60s...
To be honest, it's been so long since I watched this show that I have no idea if it was actually any good, but I remember liking it as a kid.
I also remember this show as one of a number of very short-lived sitcoms, from that same decade, which caught my attention as a youth, but which didn't survive past the first season: Besides "Camp Runamuck" (about a summer camp), there was also "Hank" (about a young guy trying to be a "drop-in" at college, rather than a drop- out), "I'm Dickens, He's Fenster" (about two carpenters, one of them Marty Ingles), "It's About Time" (about two astronauts who end up back in the caveman days), and "McKeever & the Colonel" (about the antics of a young cadet at a military school (which had a "Leave it To Beaver" feel to it).
I'm not sure why these shows stuck in my head as a unit, but if I happen to recall one of them, the other four always come to mind.
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