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Mrs. G. Goes to College (1961)
The Gertrude Berg Show (1962)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Alger, Rina Fox
references:
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MRS `G' GOES TO COLLEGE aka 'The Gertrude Berg Show'
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Four Star-Jahfa production
for
CBS (Wednesdays 9:30 pm Eastern)(4Oct61-27Dec61)("Mrs `G' goes to College")
CBS (Thursdays 9:30 pm Eastern)(11Jan62-5Apr62)("The Gertrude Berg Show")
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
US Comedy series 1961-62   26 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Gertrude Berg as Sarah Green
Cedric Hardwicke as Professor Crayton
Featuring:
Mary Wickes
as Maxfield
Skip Ward as Joe Caldwell
Marion Ross as Susan Green (Mrs. G's daughter)
Leo Penn as Jerry Green
Paul Smith as George Howell
Aneta Corsaut as Irma Howell
Karyn Kupcinet as Carol

Premise: An elderly widow becomes a college freshman.

Gertrude Berg had previously starred in the comedy series 'The Goldbergs' as Molly Goldberg (1949-56) first live and then on film.
 
Other Credits:
Music Supervision Herschel Burke Gilbert
Music Scored by Rudy Schrager
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Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross

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CBS Wednesdays 9:30pm Eastern

1.01 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: THE FIRST DAY (verified)
04-Oct-1961 CBS Wednesday at 9:30pm
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bill Harmon
Story by Gertrude Berg & Cherney Berg
Teleplay by Gertrude Berg Cherney Berg, Arthur Stander
Director of Photography, Harry J. Wild, A.S.C.
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Marion Ross ........ Susan Green (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring
Sarah Selby ........ Mother
Nancy King ......... Sally
Martin Dean ........ Boy in Classroom
Adrian Ellis, Robin Laury ...... Girls in Classroom
Tracy Olsen, Bunny Henning, Allyson Daniell ...... Girls in Maxwells
Synopsis:
It’s "The First Day" of the semester, and the new student Sarah Green quickly runs afoul of Prof. Crayton,
who holds freshmen in low esteem, even if the particular freshman happens to be the mother of three.

1.02 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: FIRST TEST (verified)
11-Oct-1961 CBS Wed
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest Star:
Peter Lorre
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Judy Nugent ........ Judy
Joe Forte .......... Professor in Bridge Game
Synopsis:
Sarah and classmate Joe Caldwell are beating their heads against a solid molecular wall in their science class. [RF]

1.03 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: SAM'S CAR  (verified)
18-Oct-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback/ Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Bill Davenport
Directed by Robert Butler
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Marion Ross ........ Susan (recurring)
Leo Penn ........... Jerry (recurring)
George Petrie ...... Sincere Sidney
Herbie Faye ........ Gordon
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Judy Crowder ....... Girl In Hall
Gigi Verone ........ Hope
Eddie Peterson ..... Boy
Synopsis 1:
Sarah still has an ancient car from her pre-college days, and now she'd
like to get rid of it. Only who wants an old heap like that? [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Sarah is faced with the problems of disposing of her late husband's automobile
- a well preserved relic which she has kept for sentimental reasons. [TA]
Synopsis 3:
Mrs. G's 1939 La Salle, which no one drives,is taking up mmuch needed space in her daughter's garage.
She agrees that the time has come to sell it. [Performance/UK]

1.04 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: LONELY SUNDAY (verified)
25-Oct-1961 CBS Wed
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Carol O'Leary ...... Librarian
Stuart Margolin .... Lester Wexler
James Nolan ........ Fireman
Ann Atmar .......... Sally
Reva Rose .......... Diane
Scott Wells ........ Trackman
Synopsis:
Sarah prepares a huge Sunday dinner, just as she has been doing every Sunday for years. Then she realizes that all
her friends are gone for the weekend - and she may be dining alone. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Mrs. G. prepares a leg of lamb as part of her usual Sunday family dinner. She is about to leave for her daughter's
home when she receives word about the illness of an in-law. [Performance/UK]

1.05 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: MRS. G. MEETS DR. HENNESSEY (verified)
01-Nov-1961 CBS Wednesday at 9:30pm
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest Star:
Jackie Cooper ......... Chick Hennesey
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Judy Crowder ....... Marsha
Larry Thor ......... Commander Gould
Harold V. Gould .... Dr. Otis
Clegg Hoyt ......... Chief
George Kane ........ Chief Pharmacist
Gerald Trump ....... Kid
Eddie Peterson ..... Naismith
Synopsis:
Sarah’s classmate Joe Caldwell gets a low grade from Professor Crayton. He decides to end it all by joining the Navy.
Jackie Cooper appears as Navy medical officer Chick Hennesey, the role he plays in his own "Hennesey" series.

1.06 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: THE BABY AFFAIR (verified)
08-Nov-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Marion Ross ........ Susan Green (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring
Leo Penn ........... Jerry (recurring)
Mae Questel ........ Jenny
Mark Goldstrom ..... Joey
Vickie Vierra ...... Annie
Synopsis:
Susan and Jerry, Sarah's daughter and son-in-law, are having problems with their little girl.
Then Sarah shows up with a few suggestions - taken from a textbook on child psychology. [TA]

1.07 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: CRAYTON ON TV (verified)
15-Nov-1961 CBS Wed
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Ned Wever .......... Dean Stoner
Nelson Olmsted ..... Professor Teplitz (recurring)
Thomas B. Henry .... Professor Hubacher (recurring))
Irene Tedrow ....... Secretary
George Pirrone ..... Stage Manager
And:
Elliott Reid ....... Les, the Director
Synopsis 1:
Prof. Crayton presents a book report on TV. Sarah and the other English students agree that his appearance was
a success, but there seems to be a controversy about the book he chose to discuss. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Prof. Crayton registers a hit in his television debut as a book reviewer ... until the fan mail starts coming in. [TA]

1.08 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: RED, RED ROSE (verified)
22-Nov-1961 CBS Wednesday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Alan Reed, Jr. ..... Quentin
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Carol O'Leary ...... Diane
Mary Mitchell ...... Sally
And:
Isobel Elsom ....... Elizabeth Blakeley
Synopsis:
Prof. Crayton’s announcement that he is giving a reception for British poetess Elizabeth Blakeley brings an unprecedented demand for invitations.

1.09 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: ROMANCE FOR MAXIE (verified)
29-Nov-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Charles Watts ...... Jesse Roberts
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Synopsis:
Maxfield excitedly reveals that she has been asked out by an eligible bachelor named Jesse Roberts. Sarah and
the other student roomers at Maxie's insist that she bring her new boyfriend around and show him off. [RF]

1.10 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: THE TROUBLE WITH CRAYTON  (verified)
06-Dec-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Marc Daniels
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest Star:
Peter Lorre ...... Dr. Kestner
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Phillip Coolidge ... Charles Joseph Burke
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Judy Crowder ....... Sally
And:
Robert Emhardt ..... Dr. Barber
Synopsis:
Crayton passes his physical exam with flying colors, but Sarah and Dr. Barber, who want the professor
to take a much-needed rest conspire to keep the results a secret. [TA]

1.11 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: THE TEACHER  (verified)
13-Dec-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Steven Geray ....... Mr. Kramer
Lili Valenty ....... Mrs. Kramer
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Jack Petruzzi ...... Tony
Eddie Peterson ..... Naismith (recurring)
Emma Palmese ....... Girl
Synopsis 1:
Now that Sarah is acquiring a college education, she feels it's only fair to pass her knowledge on to others. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Mrs. G becomes a teacher whose classroom is the backroom of a tailor shop when she decides to share her newly
acquired education with other less fortunate adults. [TA]

1.12 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: MRS. G. MEETS THE FACULTY  (verified)
20-Dec-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Robert Butler
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
(Mary Wickes does NOT appear)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Adrianne Ellis ..... Laurie
Parley Baer ........ Professor Nimetz
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Judy Nugent ........ Judy
Robert Jundelin .... Norman
Lou Krugman ........ Dr. Zeidler
Thomas B. Henry .... Professor Hubacher (recurring)
Kendrick Huxham .... Professor Kendrick
David R. Alpert .... Professor Abbey
Jack Carol ......... Dr. Taylor
Martin Dean ........ Murdock
Eddie Peterson ..... 1st Frosh
Synopsis:
Sarah's enthusiastic about the forthcoming faculty reception for the freshman class, which just about makes
her a minority of one. Everybody else thinks it's going to be a big bore. [TA]

1.13 [--] Mrs. G. Goes To College: MRS. G's PRIVATE TELEPHONE (NOT verified)
27-Dec-1961 CBS Wed
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Bill Davenport/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest cast: (NOT verified)
Leo Penn ............. Jerry
Yvonne Craig ......... Sally
Jonathan Bolt ........ Donald Cobby
Synopsis:
Seems every time Sarah wants to use the boarding-house phone, one of the other tenants is on the line.
So she decides to haver her own phone installed in her room. [RF]

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CBS Thursdays 9:30pm Eastern

1.14 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: MAXIE'S SILENT PARTNER (verified)
11-Jan-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Bernard Kates ...... Mr. Sutton
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Carol O'Leary ...... Susan
Jean Paul King ..... Doctor
Stephen Kane ....... 1st Boy
Eddie Peterson ..... 2nd Boy
Carole Barker ...... Marsha May
Beverly A. Englander .... Benita
Susan Hope ......... Phylis
Marc Goldstrom ..... Joey
Synopsis:
Sarah decides to enter the business world, and invests her savings in half-ownership of the campus boarding house. Her first problem:
persuade Prof. Crayton to try to get along with the other boarders. This show, formerly known as "Mrs. G. Goes to College," gets a new
title with this episode and moves into this new time period. [TA]

1.15 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: MRS. G. VERSUS THE KINGSTON TRIO (verified)
18-Jan-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Richard Baer
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest Stars:
The Kingston Trio ...... themselves - Nick Reynolds, Bob Shane, & John Stewart)
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Philip Coolidge ... Profesor Burke
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Carol O’Leary ...... Diane
Les Brown, Jr. ..... Ticket Seller
Eddie Peterson ..... Boy
Synopsis:
Sarah takes it hard when the Kingston Trio is signed to give a campus concert. They’re slated to appear
the same night as the faculty String Quartet, whose concert she is promoting. [TA]
The Kingston trio sing: "Far Distant Shore", "Tom Dooley," "Chilly Winds", "When the Saints Go Marching In.",

1.16 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: SUNDAY DINNER (verified)
25-Jan-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Brian Davies ....... Fuzzy Hess
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Susan Hope ......... Susan
Joe Forte .......... Professor Joseph
Dick Ryan .......... Professor Richards
Bert Holland ....... Professor Duncan
Synopsis:
Now that she’s on the business end of the boarding-house venture with Maxfield, Sarah sees it’s going to take more money
to operate the place. And she knows just how to get it - by selling home-cooked Sunday dinners to the tenants. [TA]

1.17 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: THE MOTHER AFFAIR (verified)
01-Feb-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest Star:
Arlene Francis ..... Mrs. Evans
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Alan Reed, Jr. ..... Quentin
Robert Brubaker .... Dr. Hansen
Nelson Olmsted ..... Dr. Teplitz
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
And:
Bennye Gatteys ..... Nancy Evans
Synopsis:
A coed named Nancy Evans enrolls at the university and takes a room at Maxfield’s. Nancy is accompanied by her mother,
a protective sort who is used to making all of her daughter’s decisions for her. [TA]

1.18 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: PEACE CORPS (verified)
08-Feb-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Guest Star:
Fabian (Forte) ..... Paul Volk
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Jerry Hausner ...... Murray
And:
Will Kuluva ........ Ralph Volk
Synopsis:
Student Paul Volk has developed an interest in the Peace Corps and asks his father’s permission to join.
But Mr. Volk won’t hear of it - and Paul turns to Sarah and Prof. Crayton for advice. [TA]

1.19 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: GOOD-BYE, MR. HOWELL (verified)
15-Feb-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
William Windom ... Ernie Oakes (spelled Windon on film)
Doris Singleton .... Bunny
Ken Berry .......... Oscar
Terry Hope ......... Susan
Glen Turnbull ...... Waiter
Eddie Peterson ..... Naismith (recurring)
Synopsis:
George Howell remembers his old college chum Ernie Oakes as not too bright and forever broke. Now Ernie arrives
for a visit - and announces that he is going to stay in the penthouse at the Royal Egyptian Hotel. [TA]
(Delayed local broadcast 24Feb62 on WLYH-15, Lebanon, Saturday 8:30pm)

1.20 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: HOW NOW, BROWN COW (verified)
22-Feb-1962 CBS Thur
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Sheldo Keller & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Philip Coolidge .... Dr. Burke
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Dani Lynn .......... Amy
And:
Douglas Lambert .... Rodney Putnam
Synopsis:
The subject of debating comes up in Sarah's speech class and Dr. Burke, the professor, suggests a sample debate.
Resolved: "Report Cards Be Abolished in Education" - and Sarah is chosen to defend the negative view. [TA]

1.21 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: HIGH FINANCE (verified)
01-Mar-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Bob Hastings ....... Charlie Hughes
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Erin O’Donnell ..... Marion
Stuart Margolin .... Lester Wexley
Hope Sansberry ..... Mrs. Hughes
Scott B. Wells ..... Tom Bradley
Eddie Peterson ..... Naismith (recurring)
Synopsis:
Charlie Hughes has money troubles, and it looks like he’ll have to quit school.
But Sarah thinks his education comes first and offers to help him. [TA]

1.22 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: ONE OF OUR BOOKS IS MISSING (verified)
08-Mar-1962 CBS Thur
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Richard Baer / Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Marc Daniels
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
And:
Vaughn Taylor ...... J.T. Ames
Synopsis:
Sarah Green takes a firm stand for justice when she insists that the college
library has wrongly accused her of not returning a long overdue book. [TA]

1.23 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: CURFEW SHALL NOT RING TONIGHT (verified)
15-Mar-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by James Allardice & Tom Adair / Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Howard Schwartz
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Jean Carson ........ Kitty
Jerry Hausner ...... Murray
Thomas B. Henry .... Professor Hubacher (recurring)
Nelson Olmsted ..... Professor Teplitz (recurring)
Bert Holland ....... Professor Duncan
Les Brown, Jr. ..... Buzz Cranston
Ned Wever .......... Dean Stoner
Robin Lory ......... Millicent
Martin Dean ........ Walter Phillips
Dee Carroll ........ Attendant
Judy Ostrow ........ Girl Student
Synopsis:
Joe and Carol are incensed by an evening curfew, which has been imposed by the faculty. [TA]

1.24 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: GENTLEMAN CALLER (verified)
22-Mar-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced & Directed by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Cherney Berg & Howard Merrill/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Mae Questel ........ Jennie
Robert F. Simon .... Mr. Harris
Synopsis:
A letter from her sister Dora says that Sarah’s days as a lonely widow may soon be over
- Dora is sending a very eligible bachelor named Mr. Harris to visit her. [TA]

1.25 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: DAD'S DAY (verified)
29-Mar-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Produced by Hy Averback / Associate Producer Bob Claver
Written by Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum/ Story Consultant Bill Davenport
Directed by Richard Kinon
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Featuring:
Mary Wickes ........ Maxfield (recurring)
Skip Ward .......... Joe Caldwell (recurring)
Paul Smith ......... George Howell (recurring)
Aneta Corsaut ...... Irma Howell (recurring)
Russ Conway ........ Mr. Caldwell
Stafford Repp ...... Susan’s father
Ben H. Wright ...... Amy’s father
Karyn Kupcinet ..... Carol (recurring)
Terry Hope ......... Susan
Dani Lynn .......... Amy
Martin Dean ........ Pinky Franklin
Ed Wilson .......... Fat Man
Ronnie R. Rondell .... Boy On Ladder
Eddie Peterson ..... Naismith (recurring)
Marc Goldstrom ..... Joey Howell
And:
Alan Reed, Sr. ..... Mr. Rickadmyack
Alan Reed Jr. ...... Quentin Richards
Cliff Norton ....... Mr. Franklin
Synopsis:
"Dad’s Day" on campus is coming up and Amy and Susan can’t find rooms for their fathers.
Sarah, naturally, has just the solution - her boarding house. [TA]

1.26 [--] The Gertrude Berg Show: THE BIRD (final episode) [NOT verified]
05-Apr-1962 CBS Thursday at 9:30pm
Guest cast:
Frank Aletter ......... Norman Rogers
John Astin ............ Dr. Carmichael
Synopsis:
Sarah and some other freshmen are taking a look at the college atom smasher when suddenly they hear
a "peep, peep" sound. Sarah examines the cyclotron more closely - and finds a bird nesting in its coils. [TA]

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From : MICHAEL CREECH <MCREECH@indy.rr.com>
Sent : Saturday, July 10, 2004 
Subject : Mrs G Goest To College / The Gertrude Berg Show

I read your information in the "Mrs. G Goes To College / The Gertrude Berg Show" and was wondering if you know where
I could find these episodes on VHS? I am a huge fan of one of the cast members, Aneta Corsaut.
Any help would be appreciated.
Mike Creech


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