CTVA US Comedy - "Love That Bob" (Revue/NBC/CBS) (1955-59) starring Bob Cummings

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The Burns and Allen Show (CBS) (1950-58)
The Bob Cummings Show:
Love That Bob (1955-59)

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
contributions by:
Tom Alger, Rina Fox, Robert Leszczak
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://www.us.imdb.com)

The Bob Cummings Show: Love That Bob (season 1) (NBC) (Early 1955)
The Bob Cummings Show: Love That Bob (season 2) (CBS) (1955-1956)
The Bob Cummings Show: Love That Bob (season 3) (CBS) (1956-1957)
The Bob Cummings Show: Love That Bob (season 4) (NBC) (1957-1958)
The Bob Cummings Show: Love That Bob (season 5) (NBC) (1958-1959)
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THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW: LOVE THAT BOB
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Laurel Productions, Inc. & McCadden Corporation (seasons 1-4)
L.H.M. Productions Company, a joint venture (season 5)
(Laurel-Henning-McCadden)
Laurmac Productions (Laurel-McCadden)
Hennning Corp.
Revue Studios
for
NBC (season 1, early 1955) (Sundays)
CBS (seasons 2-3, 1955-57) (Thursdays 8:00pm EST)
NBC (seasons 4-5, 1957-59)(Tuesdays 9:30pm EST)

Produced by Paul Henning (later eps verified)

US Situation Comedy series 1955-59 173 episodes x 30 min bw
(02Jan55-15Sep59)

Starring
Bob Cummings
as Bob Collins
also occasionally
as Grandpa Josh Collins, retired photographer
Rosemary DeCamp as Margaret MacDonald, his widowed sister (1955-59)

Ann B. Davis as Charmaine "Shultzy" Schultz, Bob's secretary (1955-59)
Ann B. Davis - Archive Interview Part 1 of 3
Ann B. Davis - Archive Interview Part 2 of 3
Ann B. Davis - Archive Interview Part 3 of 3

Dwayne Hickman as Chuck MacDonald, Margaret's son (1955-59)
Nancy Kulp as Pamela Livingston, Bob's friend, a birdwatcher (1955-59)
Lyle Talbot as Paul Fonda, Margaret's romantic interest (1955-59)
Lisa Gaye as Collette DuBois (1955-59)

Diane Jergens as Francine Williams, Chuck's girlfriend (1955-56)

King Donovan as Harvey Helm, Bob's friend (1955-58)
Mary Lawrence as Ruth Helm, Harvey's wife (1956-58)
Gloria Marshall as Mary Beth Hall (1956-57)

Joi Lansing as Shirley Swanson, the beautiful blonde model
determined to marry Bob (1956-59)

Olive Sturgess as Carol Henning ?(1956-57)
Olive Sturgess as Francine (see ep 71)

Robert Ellis as Joe DePew, Chuck's friend
Dick Wesson as Frank Crenshaw, Schultzy's friend

Ingrid Goude, Miss Sweden 1956 as herself (1957-58)
Tammy Lea Marihugh as Tammy Johnson (1959)

Announcer: Bill Baldwin
Music: Gene Le Grande and Mahlon Merrick

Premise:
The romantic misadventures of Bob Collins, a suave, sophisticated bachelor
and photographer operating in Hollywood, California. The show centers
around his womanizing ways with his models, and his sister's attempts to
make him settle down.

The McCaddden Corporation also produced the highly successful
The Burns and Allen Show (CBS) (1950-58)

George Burns and Gracie Allen guest starred in the
crossover episode  #3.24  "Bob Meets the Mortons" film show #89 -  21Mar57

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