Our Miss Brooks started on radio in 1948 and was successfully transferred to television beginning in 1952 (it ran on both media, with largely
the same cast, for several months in 1952). The series ended in 1956. The program revolved around Connie Brooks, an English
teacher at Madison High School. Collection consists of radio and television scripts for the series.
Beginning on radio in 1948,
Our Miss Brooks was successfully transferred to television beginning in 1952 (it ran on both media, with largely the same cast, for several
months in 1952). Between gentle wisecracks, Miss Brooks doted on nerdish student Walter Denton, and frequently locked horns
with crusty, cranky principal Mr. Conklin. Many of the program's episodes, however, revolved around Miss Brook's unrequited
desire for Philip Boynton, the school's biology teacher.
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