Bob Mosher

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Robert Mosher
Born January 18, 1915
Auburn, New York
Died December 15, 1972(1972-12-15) (aged 57)
Encino, California
Nationality United States
Other names Bob Mosher
Education B.A. Susquehanna University
Occupation television scriptwriter

Robert "Bob" Mosher (January 18, 1915 – December 15, 1972) was a television and radio scriptwriter.


Robert L. Mosher Jr. was born in Auburn, New York, to Robert L. Mosher Sr.[1] and Marian K. Mosher (née McCamey). [2] He was best known for his work on Amos and Andy, Meet Mr. McNutley, Leave It To Beaver, Ichabod and Me, Bringing Up Buddy, and The Munsters, along with his co-writer Joe Connelly who is buried in Culver City's Holy Cross Cemetery.[3] Mosher was a 1937 Susquehanna University graduate. He died in Encino, California.


  1. ^ [1] "Mr. Mosher is survived by his wife, Marian McCamey Mosher, and one son, Robert L. Mosher, Jr., of North Hollywood, Calif"
  2. ^ [2] "Surviving are a son, Robert L. Mosher Jr. of Encina [sic], Calif..."
  3. ^ "Joe Connelly, 85, a Creator of 'Leave It to Beaver' on Television". The New York Times. February 17, 2003. Retrieved November 3, 2015. 

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