My Son Jeep

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Mt Son Jeep
Genre sitcom
Starring Jeffrey Lynn
Martin Huston
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
Original network NBC
Original release July 4, 1953 – September 22, 1963
Radio cast of the program. From left: Bobby Alford ("Jeep" Allison), Paul McGrath (Dr. Martin Allison), and Joan Lazer (Peggy Allison).

My Son Jeep is an American situation comedy originally broadcast on the NBC Radio and Television networks in 1953 (radio: January 25-June 14; television: July 4-September 22, with a "sneak preview" on June 3). Set in Grove Fall, USA, the program starred Martin Huston (later Bobby Alford) as Jeffrey "Jeep" Allison, a mischievous ten-year-old boy reminiscent of Dennis the Menace. Jeep was the youngest of two children of Dr. Robert Allison, (Donald Cook and Paul McGrath on radio, Jeffrey Lynn on television), a widower and small-town doctor.

The program was later revived as a 15-minute weeknight program on the CBS Radio Network (October 3, 1955 – November 9, 1956).

Young Huston later appeared as Skipper Bradley in Johnny Weissmuller's short-lived Jungle Jim television series in the 1955-1956 season.

External links[edit]

My Son Jeep on Internet Movie Database