The Amos 'n Andy Show: Season 1, Episode 19

The Happy Stevenses (1 Nov. 1951)

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The Kingfish and Sapphire are faithful listeners to The Happy Harringtons radio program, and they wish some of Harry and Harriet's happiness would rub off on their marriage.

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Alvin Childress ...
Spencer Williams ...
Andy (as Spencer Williams Jr.)
Tim Moore ...
Ernestine Wade ...
Sapphire
Johnny Lee ...
Calhoun
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The Kingfish and Sapphire are faithful listeners to The Happy Harringtons radio program, and they wish some of Harry and Harriet's happiness would rub off on their marriage.

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George 'Kingfish' Stevens: On our honeymoon, Sapphire and I had our first argument. She laid me out cold with a vase.
Andrew 'Andy' Hogg Brown: Knocked you out on your honeymoon?
George 'Kingfish' Stevens: I was unconscious three days. Andy, I hate to say this, but them were the three happiest days of my married life.
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