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The Hank McCune Show 

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1   Unknown  
1953   1950  

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Series cast summary:
Hank McCune Hank McCune 3 episodes, 1950-1953
Arthur Q. Bryan Arthur Q. Bryan 2 episodes, 1950-1953
Maury Dexter Maury Dexter 2 episodes, 1953
Hanley Stafford Hanley Stafford 2 episodes, 1953
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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 September 1950 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$5,500 (estimated)
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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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First television series to use prerecorded laughter. See more »

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Featured in TV Turkeys: The World's Worst Television Shows (1987) See more »

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There is nothing like it today. It was the best.
21 June 2006 | by serrao35See all my reviews

This was one of the earliest TV shows I recall and I still remember it in my memory. It was great, clean, family oriented entertainment that brought humor and real enjoyment into our living rooms unlike most of the movies today. Today's shows could take a lesson from The Hank McCune Show. This was excellent entertainment enjoyed by all, young and old alike. We could sit in the living room with our grandparents and we would all laugh and enjoy ourselves. We did'not have to be on guard about the language that might seep into our homes or the suggestive sexual or moral statements or acts that might embarrass a family especially in the presence of children. Todays shows even show young children rebuking their parents and showing complete lack of respect for their elders. Not so in the early shows like The Hank McCune Show. They were great and we had less crime, less juvenile delinquency, less divorces and broken homes, less child pornography and child molestations than you have today. We had God in our lives and our hearts and this was reflected in the clean shows that we watched and in the quality of our lives. It was an age of morality. Its too bad Hollywood has corrupted our society by its modern day smut and immorality.


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