Our Miss Brooks (1952–1956)
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Mr. Conklin thinks he's being fired after mishearing Connie and superintendent Stone. He writes a nasty letter before learning the truth and involves Miss Brooks into fixing the problem, effecting her own English department promotion.

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Episode cast overview:
... Connie Brooks
... Osgood Conklin
... Philip Boynton
... Walter Denton
Gloria McMillan ... Harriet Conklin
... Supt. Edgar T. Stone
... Dr. Keller
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Mr. Conklin thinks he's being fired after mishearing Connie and superintendent Stone. He writes a nasty letter before learning the truth and involves Miss Brooks into fixing the problem, effecting her own English department promotion.

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Comedy | Family

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21 January 1955 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Walter Denton: Oh, its the least any good hearted, considerate, self sacrificing boy can do for a poor old soul whose unable to stand on his own two feet.
Connie Brooks: What happened to him?
Walter Denton: I hit him with my jalopy.
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Performed by Robert Rockwell
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