Both Ozzie and Harriet unintentionally steal two separate cars from the same stranger.

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Ozzie Nelson
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Harriet Nelson
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Ricky Nelson
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David Nelson
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Mrs. Brewster
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Man with the Shoes
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Both Ozzie and Harriet unintentionally steal two separate cars from the same stranger.

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27 January 1956 (USA)  »

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Merry Mix Up
2 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well it is Saturday in the Nelson household, and Ozzie is painting the kitchen chairs. Rickey barges in and wants to use his own money to buy an old jalopy, but Ozzie says he has to see it first. So Rickey leaves with his brother David to go get the car. Meanwhile Harriet is back from the market with an interesting story that begins this merry mix up. It is truly a shame we no longer have shows like this on television. Good, clean, wholesome, family shows that the whole family can sit down together and watch. Instead, now a days, we have filth like "The Fosters", "Glee", and "Modern Family". Modern family my butt, more like modern perversion. But at least we have YouTube and can still watch wonderful shows like Ozzie and Harriet. Meanwhile the networks are showing filth and wondering where all their viewer have gone.


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