Our Miss Brooks (1952–1956)
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Le chien chaud et le mouton noir 

Miss Brooks gets a part time job at what she believes it an elegant restaurant. But Mr. Conklin has bought a greasy spoon and is her employer again. The place has no business however until the superintendent arrives to Osgood's dismay.

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Harriet Conklin
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Supt. Edgar T. Stone
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Paul de Chand
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Miss Brooks gets a part time job at what she believes it an elegant restaurant. But Mr. Conklin has bought a greasy spoon and is her employer again. The place has no business however until the superintendent arrives to Osgood's dismay.

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Comedy | Family

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8 April 1955 (USA)  »

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Quotes

Philip Boynton: There's uh one thing I don't understand though.
Connie Brooks: What's that Mr. Boynton?
Philip Boynton: How can you dry off by simply standing at the heater and doing a fast rumba?
Connie Brooks: Well think about it for awhile. It'll do you a world of good.
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Soundtracks

The Whiffenpoof Song
Written by Guy H. Scull, lyrics by Meade Minnigerode and George S. Pomeroy
Performed by Eve Arden and Gale Gordon
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