Our Man Higgins
|Our Man Higgins|
Stanley Holloway and Regina Groves (1962)
|Created by||Paul Harrison|
|Theme music composer||Frank De Vol|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||34|
|Running time||24 mins.|
|Production company(s)||First Company of Writers
|Distributor||Columbia TriStar Domestic Television
Sony Pictures Television
|Original run||October 3, 1962– May 17, 1963|
Our Man Higgins follows the adventures of an English butler portrayed by Stanley Holloway, who is inherited by a suburban American family, resulting in a cultural clash that grows into a cultural blending.
Higgins answers to Duncan and Alice MacRoberts, played by Frank Maxwell and Audrey Totter. Joining Holloway, Maxwell and Totter were Ricky Kelman, K.C. Butts, and Regina Groves, who portrayed the children Tommy, Dinghy, and Joanie MacRoberts, respectively.
It's Higgins, Sir was previously a 13-episode NBC radio comedy series in 1951, created and produced by Paul Harrison, and written by Harrison and Rik Vollaerts. Harry McNaughton read the starring role of Higgins in that series, broadcast on Tuesdays at 9 P.M. (as Bob Hope's summer replacement). 
Our Man Higgins, co-sponsored by General Motors' Pontiac division and American Tobacco, aired on ABC at 9:30 P.M. Eastern on Wednesdays opposite The Dick Van Dyke Show on CBS and the second half of Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall on NBC. Higgins followed another one-year ABC series Going My Way, starring Gene Kelly, Dick York, and Leo G. Carroll, in a television version of the 1944 Bing Crosby film.
- http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Stage/2950/US/Comedy/OurManHiggins.htm[dead link]
- Jerry Haendiges Vintage Radio Logs: It's Higgins Sir
- 1962-1963 American network television schedule