My Hero (U.S. TV series)

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My Hero (U.S. TV series)
Format Sitcom
Starring Bob Cummings
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel NBC

My Hero is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC on Saturday nights from November 8, 1952, to January 1, 1953. It was also shown in Melbourne, Australia on ABV-2 during 1956/1957.

The series appears to have entered the public domain, with several episodes viewable on the Internet Archive. Most of these episodes are syndication copies which run about 24 minutes; The original broadcasts had featured a somewhat elaborate opening sequence involving well-dressed people entering a theater (as can be seen on the episode The Big Crush), and this elaborate opening sequence was replaced with a very short (for the 1950s) opening sequence for syndicated repeats, resulting in a shorter running time.

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Robert Beanblossom was a real estate salesman who worked for Willis Thackery at the Thackery Realty Company.

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