|类型/形式：||Caricatures and cartoons
|提及的人：||Marlon Brando; Fred Coe; Wally Cox; Marlon Brando; Fred Coe; Wally Cox|
Wally Cox; Mary McCarty; Mae Barnes; Pat Hingle; George Maharis; Tony Randall; NBC Television Network.; Reynolds Aluminum.; National Broadcasting Company.
|注意：||Situation comedy; live show; series.
Episode title given within the program.
Bracketed information in statement of responsibility transcribed from voice over; bracketed cast credits based on NBC records.
Originally broadcast Sunday evening, June 5, 1955, 7:30 to 8 p.m., according to: Leader of kinescope, and The Complete directory to prime time network TV shows, 1946-present / Tim Brooks. 1985.
"Reproduced by the Kinephoto process."
"Live from ... New York"--Voice over.
Rights given to UCLA Film & Television Archive.
|演员名单:||Wally Cox as Mister Peepers [and as himself]; Mary McCarty; Mae Barnes; [Pat Hingle (Fred Coe, TV producer), George Maharis (Marlon Brando); Jane Moultrie (landlady); Tony Randall (narrator, and as Harvey Weskit).].|
|内容：||Commercials: Reynolds Aluminum casement windows --
Reynolds Aluminum interlocking truck and trailer flooring --
Reynolds Wrap and new booklet "Vacation How-to."
|其他题名：||Mister Peepers (Television program : 1952-1955).
Wally Cox show
Commercials. Reynolds Aluminum.
|责任：||NBC Television presents ; Reynolds Aluminum [presents].|
Wally Cox steps out of his role as Robinson Peepers, general science teacher, to play himself in this presentation of his own success story. The program begins with the aspiring comic Cox and his roommate Marlon Brando in trouble because they can't pay the rent on their Greenwich Village apartment. Cox performs his original routines at parties, and is so successful with his peers that he moves on to nightclub dates, until finally Fred Coe, a television producer, sees Cox and tells him he wants to build a show around him. The party scene features Mae Barnes singing There'll be some changes made and What a day this has been, and Cox performing his fighter monologue. The nightclub scene features Mary McCarty singing Back in your own backyard, Barnes, McCarty, and Cox doing a number to Basin Street blues, and Cox performing his Army routine.