My Son Jeep
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|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|Original release||July 4, 1953 – September 22, 1963|
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).
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