Our Miss Brooks (1952–1956)
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Just Remember the Red River Valley 

Connie and Philip are applying as tutors for a hillbilly show for extra summer cash. They must double as entertainers so they enlist Walter and Mr. Conklin as awful stereotypes, then accidentally audition for the state education official.

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Connie and Philip are applying as tutors for a hillbilly show for extra summer cash. They must double as entertainers so they enlist Walter and Mr. Conklin as awful stereotypes, then accidentally audition for the state education official.

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18 June 1954 (USA)  »

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Philip Boynton: I found this banjo in the music room. Listen to this tone.
Walter Denton: Gee Dad it's a Wurlitzer.
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***1/2
5 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hilarious episode where confusion reigns when Boynton, Brooks and Conklin want to try out for hill-billy music parts so that they can spend the summer tutoring the children of the stars and make $500.00 for a month.

Trouble is that the state education department is upset with Madison's testing results and sends someone to investigate whose last name of Jones is the same as the person running the tryouts.

All laughter breaks out when they try out with their singing and use of poor grammar, shocking the administrator.

Blame it on Harriet for not bothering to ask who the Mr. Jones was when he came to the school. She immediately assumed he came from the contest officials.


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