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Fibber McGee and Molly was a radio show that played a major role in determining the full form of what became classic, old-time radio. The series was a pinnacle of American popular culture from its 1935 premiere until its demise in 1959. One of the longest-running comedies in the history of classic radio in the United States, Fibber McGee and Molly has stood the test of time in many ways, transcending the actual or alleged limitations of its medium, form and concurrent culture.

From vaudeville to Smackout

James "Jim" Jordan (16 November 1896–1 April 1988)and Marian Driscoll (15 April 1898–7 April 1961), were natives of Peoria, Illinois who met in church and married in 1918. The genesis of Fibber McGee and Molly occurred when the small-time husband-and-wife vaudevillians began their third year as Chicago-area radio performers. Two of the shows they did for station WENR beginning in 1927, both written by Harry Lawrence, bore traces of what was to come and rank as one of the earliest forms of situation comedy.

In their Luke and Mirandy farm-report program, Jim played a farmer who was given to tall tales and face-saving lies for comic effect. In a weekly comedy, The Smith Family, Marian's character was an Irish wife of an American police officer. These characterizations, plus the Jordans' change from being singers/musicians to comic actors, pointed toward their future.

The Jordans teamed with Donald Quinn, an unemployed cartoonist the couple hired as their writer in 1931. For station WMAQ in Chicago, beginning in April 1931, the trio created Smackout, a 15-minute daily program which centered on a general store and its proprietor, Luke Grey (Jim Jordan), a storekeeper with a penchant for tall tales and a perpetual dearth of whatever his customers wanted: He always seemed "smack out of it." Marian Jordan portrayed both a lady named Marian and a little girl named Teeny, as well as playing musical accompaniment on piano. Smackout was picked up for national airing by the National Broadcasting Company in April 1933, and the show endured until August 1935.

A member of the S.C. Johnson company's owners, Henrietta Johnson Lewis, married to the advertising executive who handled the Johnson's Wax account, recommended that her husband, John, give the show a chance as a national program for the company.

From Smackout to Wistful Vista

If Smackout proved the Jordan-Quinn union's viability, their next creation proved immortal. Amplifying Luke Grey's tall talesmanship to braggadocio in a Midwestern layabout, Quinn developed Fibber McGee and Molly, with Jim playing the foible-prone Fibber and Marian playing his patient, common sense, honey-natured wife. The show premiered on NBC April 16, 1935, and, though it took five seasons to become an irrevocable hit, it touched a nerve with enough listeners seeking cheer amid despair. In 1935, Jim Jordan won the Burlington Liars' Club championship with a story about catching an elusive rat.

Existing in a kind of Neverland where money never came in, schemes never stayed out for very long, yet no one living or visiting went wanting, 79 Wistful Vista (the McGees' address) became the home Depression-exhausted Americans visited to remind themselves that they were not the only ones finding cheer in the middle of struggle and doing their best not to make it overt. With blowhard McGee wavering between mundane tasks and hare-brained schemes (like digging an oil well in the back yard), antagonizing as many people as possible, and patient Molly indulging his foibles before catching him lovingly as he crashed back to Earth yet again, not to mention a tireless parade of neighbours and friends in and out of the quiet home, Fibber McGee and Molly built its audience steadily, but once it found the full volume of that audience in 1940 they rarely let go of it.

Marian Jordan took a protracted absence from the show in late 1938 to early 1939 to deal with a lifelong battle with alcoholism, although this was attributed to "fatigue" in public statements at the time. The show was retitled Fibber McGee and Company during this interregnum, with scripts cleverly working around Molly's absence (Fibber making a speech at a convention, etc.). Comedienne ZaSu Pitts appeared on the Fibber McGee and Company show, as did singer Donald Novis.

Recurring characters

Fibber McGee and Molly was one of the earliest radio comedies to use regular characters, nearly all of whom had recurring phrases and running gags almost equal to those of the stars. These included:

* Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve (Harold Peary) - the pompous next-door neighbor with whom Fibber enjoyed twitting and arguing.
* The Old-Timer (Bill Thompson) - a hard-of-hearing senior citizen with a penchant for distorting jokes, prefacing each one by saying "That ain't the way I heared it!" For no apparent reason he refers to Fibber as "Johnny" and Molly as "Daughter". A recurring joke is that he refuses to tell his real name. In one episode (01/29/1946) he finally claims that it is 'Rupert Blasingame.'
* Teeny, also known as "Little Girl" and "Sis" (Marian Jordan) - a precocious youngster who was usually trying to cadge loose change from Fibber, and ending half her sentences with "I'm hungry!" and, especially, "I betcha!" Teeny was also known to lose track of her own conversations. When Fibber tried to show interest in what she was saying, she would seem to forget all about it. Her conversation would switch from telling about to asking about whatever it was. Then, when Fibber would repeat all she had been telling him, Teeny would reply "I know it!" in a condescending way. Her appearances were usually foreshadowed by Molly excusing herself upstairs or to the kitchen and Fibber wistfully delivering a compliment to her starting, "Ah....there goes a good kid", upon which the doorbell would ring and Teeny would appear. On rare occasions Molly and Teeny would interact.
* Mayor LaTrivia (Gale Gordon), whose name was inspired by New York's famous mayor Fiorello La Guardia, would go from frustration to stark-raving confusion by the McGees' literal interpretations of his colloquialisms.
* Foggy Williams (Gordon) - local weatherman and next-door neighbor to Fibber and Molly who tells fanciful stories, lets Fibber borrow his tools, takes credit or blame for the present weather conditions, and exits every scene with the line "Good day...probably."
* Billy Mills - wisecracking leader of Billy Mills and the Orchestra, who played short instrumentals in the first half of each episode.
* Dr. Gamble (Arthur Q. Bryan) - a local physician and surgeon with whom Fibber had a long-standing rivalry and friendship.
* Ole Swenson (Richard LeGrand, who also played Mr. Peavey on The Great Gildersleeve) - a Swedish-born janitor at the Elks Club, always complaining that he was "joost donatin' my time!".
* Mrs. Abigail Uppington (Isabel Randolph) - a snooty society matron whose pretensions Fibber delighted in deflating. Fibber often addressed her as "Uppy".
* Millicent Carstairs (Bea Benaderet) - another of Wistful Vista's high society matrons, known to Fibber as "Carsty".
* Wallace Wimple (Thompson) - a hen-pecked husband constantly dominated and physically battered by "Sweetieface," his "big ol' wife", whose real name was Cornelia, and who never appeared on the show.
* Alice Darling (Shirley Mitchell) - a ditzy aircraft-plant worker who boarded with the McGees during the war.
* Horatio K. Boomer (Thompson) - a con artist with a W.C. Fields-like voice and delivery.
* Nick Depopoulous (Thompson) - a Greek-born restaurateur with a tendency toward verbal malapropisms.
* Myrtle, also known as "Myrt" - a never-heard telephone operator that Fibber is friends with. A typical Myrt sketch started with Fibber picking up the phone and demanding, "Operator, give me number 32Oooh, is that you, Myrt? How's every little thing, Myrt?" Commonly, this was followed with Fibber relaying what Myrt was telling him to Molly, usually news about Myrt's family, and always ending with a bad pun. Myrtle made one brief on-air appearance on June 22, 1943 when she visited the McGees to wish them a good summer--the McGees did not recognize her in person.
* Fred Nitney - Another never-heard character, Fibber's old vaudeville partner from Starved Rock, Illinois.

The most unusual character might have been the McGees' black maid, Beulah. Unlike the situation on The Jack Benny Program, where black actor Eddie Anderson played "Rochester," Beulah was voiced by a Caucasian male, Marlin Hurt. The character's usual opening line, "Somebody bawl fo' Beulah??", often provoked a stunned, screeching sort of laughter among the live studio audience; many of them, seeing the show performed for the first time in person, did not know that the actor voicing Beulah was neither black nor female, and expressed their surprise when Hurt delivered his line. Her other catch phrase was "Love that man!" after a fit of laughter over a Fibber gag.

The character of Uncle Dennis (Ransom Sherman), who was the subject of a running gag (see below) and was generally never heard, did appear in a few episodes in 1943, including "Renting Spare Room" on October 5, 1943 and "Fibber Makes His Own Chili Sauce" on November 9, 1943.

Running gags


Much of the show's humor relied on recurring gags, unseen regulars and punchlines that sometimes popped up here and there for years.

The show would usually open the 29 and a half minute broadcast with the audience in full laughter with Harlow Wilcox announcing, "The Johnson's Wax Program with Fibber McGee and Molly!" The episode of December 19, 1944, "Fibber Snoops For Presents In Closet" (at 3:59 is a perfect example of the "Hall Closet", a running gag described in detail later in this entry), Jim Jordan can be caught at the end of his audience warm-up evoking the opening laughter by quipping, "10 seconds? Oh, we got a lot of.... Ooooo!"

For most of the show's history, the usual order of things with the show is the introduction followed by a Johnson Wax plug by Harlow then his introduction to Section 1 of the script (usually 11 minutes). Billy Mills usually follows with an instrumental (or accompanied by Martha Tilton in 1941). That musical interlude then segues to Section 2 of the script, followed by a performance by the vocal group, The Kings Men (occasionally featuring a solo by leader Ken Darby). The final act then ensues, with the last line usually showing the lesson learned that day, a final commercial, and then Billy Mills' theme song to fade. At some point in the middle of the show, Harlow would meet up and visit with the McGees and work in a Johnson Wax commercial, sometimes assisted by Fibber and Molly.

When McGee tells a bad joke, Molly usually answers with the line "T'ain't funny, McGee!" Molly's Uncle Dennis is one of the more common unseen regulars; often referred to, and sometimes heard making noise. He lives with the McGees, and is apparently an enormous alcoholic, becoming a punch line for many Fibber jokes and even the main subject of some shows in which he "disappeared".

McGee is never mentioned as having a job, a device later made equally famous by Ozzie Nelson. However, Mayor LaTrivia often offers McGee jobs at City Hall, the jobs usually sounding exciting when the duties are vaguely described, but always ending up being very mundane when the actual job is named. For instance, a job "looking in on the higher-ups at City Hall" turns out to be a window-cleaning job. Another interesting assignment was to be where McGee would need to maintain a disguise to remain deep undercover for days at a time, but as the Wistful Vista Santa Claus.

McGee, apparently, is very proud of past deeds, sometimes recalling an interesting nickname he picked up over the years. Each one of these nicknames is, as usual with Fibber, a bad pun. When someone told a man named Addison that McGee was a glib talker, McGee became known as "Ad Glib McGee". Or, when Fibber made expressions with his eyes, he was nicknamed "Eyes-a-muggin' McGee" (a play on the popular Andy Kirk swing tune "I'se A-muggin'"). From there Fibber jumps headfirst into a long, breathless and boastful description of his nickname, using an impressive amount of alliteration.

Mentioned for a time on the program was Otis Cadwallader, a schoolmate of Fibber and Molly in Peoria, Illinois, and Molly's boyfriend before McGee entered the picture. Fibber has a long-standing grudge against Otis, making him out to seem like a self-centered, overblown hack, despite seemingly everyone else seeing Cadwallader as a lovely, dashing man. Never mentioned are Otis's feelings toward Fibber, giving the impression that Fibber's grudge is one-sided. As revealed late in 1942, Fibber's anger is actually a front to keep Cadwallader away, as Fibber once borrowed money from Otis and never paid it back.

The "corner of 14th and Oak" in downtown Wistful Vista was routinely given as a location for various homes, places of business, and government buildings throughout the show's run.

The Closet

None of the show's running gags was as memorable or enduring as The Closet -— McGee's frequently opening and cacophonous closet, bric-a-brac clattering down and out and, often enough, over McGee's or Molly's heads. "I gotta get that closet cleaned out one of these days" was the usual McGee observation once the racket subsided. Naturally, "one of these days" almost never arrived. A good thing, too: in one famous instance, when a burglar (played by Bob Bruce) tied up McGee, McGee informed him cannily that the family's silver was "right through that door, bud... just yank it open, bud!" Naturally, the burglar took the bait and, naturally, he was buried in the inevitable avalanche, long enough for the police to apprehend him.

This gag appears to have begun with the March 5, 1940 show, "Cleaning the Closet." Molly opens the closet looking for the dictionary, and is promptly buried in Fibber's "stuff" ("arranged in there just the way I want it." ) Cleaning out the closet becomes the show's plot, inventorying much of the contents along the way: a photo album, a rusty horseshoe, a ten-foot pole. After repacking the closet, Fibber realizes the dictionary has been put away too -- and he opens the closet again. [This episode also features a cameo by Gracie Allen, running for President on the Surprise Party ticket.]

On at least one occasion, the gag is flipped and the closet is silent: in "Too Much Energy" (broadcast January 23, 1945), visiting Dr. Gamble makes to leave. Molly warns, "No, Doctor, not through that door, that's the hall closet!" As the audience chuckles slightly in anticipation, Fibber explains: "Oh I forgot to tell you, Molly, I straightened out the hall closet this morning!" (He has been working like a dynamo around the house, due to "too much energy.") This was certainly not the end of the gag, though, as the closet soon became cluttered once again, leading to many more disasters.

Like many such trademarks, the clattering closet began as a one-time stunt, but "the closet" was developed carefully, not being overused (it rarely appeared in more than two consecutive installments, though it never disappeared for the same length, either, at the height of its identification, and it rarely collapsed at exactly the same time from show to show), and it became the best-known running sound gag in American radio's classic period. Jack Benny's basement vault alarm ran a distant second. Both of these classic sound effects were performed by Ed Ludes and Virgil Rhymer, West Coast Hollywood-based NBC staff sound effects creators. Exactly what tumbled out of McGee's closet each time was never clear (except to these sound-effects men), but what signaled the end of the avalanche was always the same sound: a clear, tiny, household hand bell and McGee's inevitable postmortem.

In short order, "Fibber McGee's closet" entered the American vernacular as a catchphrase synonymous with household clutter.

Sponsors

Each episode also featured an appearance by announcer/pitchman Harlow Wilcox, whose job it was to weave the second ad for the sponsor into the plot without having to break the show for a real commercial. Wilcox's introductory pitch lines were usually met with groans or humorously sarcastic lines by Fibber. During the many years that the show was sponsored by Johnson Wax, Fibber nicknamed Wilcox "Waxy," due to Wilcox's constant praises of their various products. In fact, and in a style not unusual for the classic radio years, the show was typically introduced as, "The Johnson Wax Program, with Fibber McGee and Molly." Johnson Wax sponsored the show through 1950; Pet Milk through 1952; and, until the show's final half-hour episode in mid-1953, Reynolds Aluminum. Fibber also frequently called Harlow "Harpo".

The show also used two musical numbers per episode to break the comedy routines into sections. For most of the show's run, there would be one vocal number by The King's Men (a vocal quartet: Ken Darby, Rad Robinson, Jon Dodson, and Bud Linn), and an instrumental by The Billy Mills Orchestra. For a short time in the early 1940s, Martha Tilton would sing what was formerly the instrumental.

Before and during America's involvement in World War II, references to about the war and the members of the Axis Powers were commonplace on the show. Just after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in December 1941, Jim Jordan, out of character, soberly ended the Fibber McGee show by inviting the studio audience to sing "America." Also commonplace were calls to action to buy defense bonds (both through announcements and subtle references written into the script), and condemnation of food and supply hoarding. Though understandably part of the backlash reaction toward the Pearl Harbor attack, some jokes about Japan certainly would be considered offensive on today's airwaves. For instance, in the episode "Fix-It McGee", aired three weeks after Pearl Harbor, Fibber tells Mayor LaTrivia his "great slogan" for the war bond campaign: "Every time you buy a bond, you slap a Jap across the pond." The term "Jap" was in common usage in virtually all American media during this period. Its reason for use wasn't intentional racism, though. The shortened "Jap" was more convenient to fit into newspaper headlines than the longer, "Japanese." It was picked up from there.

On the other hand, the Jordans gladly cooperated in turning the show over to a half-hour devoted entirely to patriotic music on the day of the D-Day invasion in 1944, with the couple speaking only at the opening and the closing of the broadcast. This show remains available to collectors amidst many a Fibber McGee and Molly packaging.

When the shows were broadcast overseas by the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS), all three commercials were eliminated from the program. Harlow Wilcox's middle ad was edited out, and the two advertisements at the beginning and end of the show were replaced by more musical numbers, so that the show on AFRS would have two numbers by Billy Mills and the Orchestra, and two by The King's Men.

The Jordans were experts at transforming the ethnic humor of vaudeville into more rounded comic characters, no doubt due in part to the affection felt for the famous supporting cast members who voiced these roles, including Bill Thompson (as the Old Timer and Wimple), Harold Peary (as Gildersleeve), Gale Gordon (as LaTrivia), Arthur Q. Bryan (as Dr. Gamble; Bryan also voiced Elmer Fudd for the Warner Brothers Looney Tunes cartoons, which also borrowed lines from Fibber McGee and Molly from time to time), Isabel Randolph (as Mrs. Uppington), Marlin Hurt (a white male who played in dialect the McGee's maid, Beulah), and others. They were also expert at their own running gags and catch phrases, many of which entered the American vernacular: "That ain't the way I heeard it!"; "'T ain't funny, McGee!"; and "Heavenly days!" were the three best known.

Spin-offs

Fibber McGee and Molly spun two supporting characters off into their own shows. By far the most successful and popular was Harold Peary's Gildersleeve, spun into The Great Gildersleeve in 1941. This show introduced single parenthood of a sort to creative broadcasting: the pompous Gildersleeve now moved to Summerfield and raised his orphaned, spirited niece and nephew, while dividing his time between running his manufacturing business and (eventually) becoming the town water commissioner. In one episode, the McGees arrived in Summerfield for a visit with their old neighbor with hilarious results: McGee inadvertently learns Gildersleeve is engaged, and he practically needs to be chloroformed to perpetuate the secret a little longer.

Peary returned the favor in a memorable 1944 Fibber McGee & Molly episode in which neither of the title characters appeared: Jim Jordan was recovering from a bout of pneumonia (this would be written into the show the following week, when the Jordans returned), and the story line involved Gildersleeve and nephew Leroy hoping to surprise the McGees at home during a train layover in Wistful Vista, unaware the McGees had gone to meet him at the railroad station. [This same plot device had been used previously to bring Uncle Dennis to 79 Wistful Vista.]

Marlin Hurt's Beulah was also spun off, leading to both a radio and television show that would eventually star Hattie McDaniel and Ethel Waters.

Jim and Marian Jordan themselves occasionally appeared on other programs, away from their Fibber and Molly characters. One memorable episode of Suspense ("Backseat Driver," 02-03-1949) cast the Jordans as victims of a car-jacking; Jim Jordan's tense, inner-thoughts readings were especially dramatic.

Films

The Jordans portrayed their characters in four movies. In the early years of the radio show, they were supporting characters in the 1937 Paramount film This Way, Please, starring Charles "Buddy" Rogers and Betty Grable. Once the show hit its stride, they had leading roles in the RKO Radio Pictures films Look Who's Laughing (1941), Here We Go Again (1942), and Heavenly Days (1944).

The first two RKO films are generally considered the best, as they co-star fellow radio stars Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. Harold Peary also appears in both as Gildersleeve, with Arthur Q. Bryan, Bill Thompson, Harlow Wilcox, Gale Gordon, and Isabel Randolph appearing in both their show roles and as other characters. Bill Thompson in Look Who's Laughing played two parts: The pushy sales-man, and the man who shouted "It's Hillary Horton". Gale Gordon played Otis Cadwalader, Molly's ex-boyfriend in Here We Go Again. Arthur Q. Bryan played the Mayor's aid in Look Who's Laughing".

Look Who's Laughing has been released on VHS as part of the Lucille Ball Collection, and Here We Go Again has been released on VHS in rental format only. Look Who's Laughing, Here We Go Again, and Heavenly Days have been shown on Turner Classic Movies.

Other Films

Other films featured the McGees' neighbors. The first film was called Comin' Round the Mountain (1940) and featured the McGees' neighbors The Old-Timer (played by Bill Thompson, using the same make-up as Lum and Abner) and Gildersleeve, as the mayor of the town. Gildersleeve's character was in many other films before The Great Gildersleeve show and movies. Abigale Uppington is in the film County Fair along with Harold Peary, and his future radio show co-star Shirley Mitchel (who plays Leila Ransom in The Great Gildersleeve).

Television

An attempt at getting the McGees onto television came in September 1959, produced by William Asher for NBC (and co-sponsored by Singer Corporation and Standard Brands), with younger actors Bob Sweeney and Cathy Lewis in the roles. The show also featured Harold Peary as Mayor LaTrivia, rather than as Gildersleeve. The show was unable to recreate the flavor and humor of the original, and did not survive its first season; in fact, it didn't even last through January 1960. But the Jordans themselves had resisted television far earlier. "They were trying to push us into TV and we were reluctant," Jim Jordan told an interviewer many years later. "Our friends advised us, 'Don't do it until you need to. You have this value in radio—milk it dry.'"

Changes

Due in large part to Marian Jordan's periodic health problems, Fibber McGee and Molly became a nightly 15-minute show in 1953, recorded without a studio audience in single sessions, the better to enable Marian Jordan to rest. The timing was sadly appropriate, as classic radio had all but entered its dying days, and such shows would become sweet memories rather than continuing hits. Still, the McGees remained a favorite presence on radio, even after the quarter-hour edition ended in 1956, appearing in short segments on the NBC radio show Monitor—under the rubric Just Molly and Me—from 1957 to 1959.

Radio historian Gerald S. Nachman has noted the Jordans were ready to renew with NBC for at least three more years when Marian's battle against cancer ended in her death in 1961. In the 1970s Jim Jordan briefly returned to acting. An episode of NBC's Chico and the Man featured a surprise appearance by Jordan, as a friendly neighborhood mechanic. Jordan also lent his voice to Disney's animated film The Rescuers (1977). He died in 1988—a year before Fibber McGee and Molly was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.

The show also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame—right next to the building that once housed the NBC radio studios where the Jordans performed the show for so long. Thanks to the S.C. Johnson company's preservation of more than 700 recordings of the show they sponsored for 15 years, Fibber McGee and Molly remains as widely circulated as it is beloved even now.



Ray Noble was the musical director and composer and teenage singer Anita Gordon provided the songs on his show. Gordon was said to have been discovered by Charlie, who had a crush on her.

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SHOWS LIST

Fibber McGee And Molly 35-04-16 (0001) The Motorcycle Cop, the Judge and Fibber
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-04-30 (0003) Hot Dogs and a Blowout
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-07-15 (0014) A Swim in the Ocean
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-07-22 (0015) The Baseball Instructor
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-08-26 (0020) The McGee's Win 79 Wistful Vista
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-09-23 (0024) Anything to Get out of Scrubbing the Back Porch
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-10-28 (029) Halloween Party
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-12-09 (0035) Christmas Shopping
Fibber McGee And Molly 35-12-30 (0038) New Year's Celebration
Fibber McGee And Molly 36-01-13 (0040) Master Of The Kennel
Fibber McGee And Molly 36-03-02 (0047) Encyclopedia Salesman
Fibber McGee And Molly 36-04-20 (0054) Street Car Motorman
Fibber McGee And Molly 36-06-22 (0063) The Employment Agency
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-01-04 (0091) The Antique Dealer
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-04-26 (0107) The Take off for Hollywood
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-05-31 (0112) The Insurance Salesman
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-06-07 (0113) Molly Loses Her Diamond Ring
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-06-28 (0116) The Human Cannon Ball
FIbber McGee And Molly 37-07-05 (0117) Getting out of the Hollywood Lease
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-07-19 (0119) Homecoming Program
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-09-13 (0127) A Drama in Ancient Rome
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-10-11 (0131) Shopping for a New Car
Fibber McGee And Molly 37-12-27 (0142) Heir to an Estate with Oil Wells
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-01-24 (0146) McGee Minds a Baby
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-02-07 (0148) McGee Builds a Fire Place
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-02-14 (0149) The Justice of the Peace
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-03-07 (0152) The Pawn Broker
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-06-07 (0165) McGee The Artist
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-06-28 (0168) Introduction to Summer Replacement
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-11-29 (0181) Masquerade Party
Fibber McGee And Molly 38-12-20 (0184) A Christmas Gift for McGee's Nephew
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-01-10 (0187) McGee the Fireman
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-01-24 (0189) Missing Shirt Collar Button
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-01-31 (0190) Military Advisor for Army Maneuvers
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-02-07 (0191) Faulty Window Shade
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-02-14 (0192) Out Of Coal And Frozen Water Pipes
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-02-21 (0193) After Dinner Speaker at Rotowantis
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-02-28 (0194) Mouse in the House
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-03-07 (0195) McGee's Hamburger Joint
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-03-14 (0196) The Gildersleeve Memory Course
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-03-21 (0197) The Spring Haircut
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-03-28 (0198) Inherited Yacht
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-04-04 (0199) Antique Furniture
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-04-11 (0200) The Mailman
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-04-18 (0201) Molly Returns - Sets up Budget
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-04-25 (0202) McGee Gets Glasses
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-05-16 (0205) Zither Lessons and Buried Treasure
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-05-23 (0206) The Stork
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-05-30 (0207) Escaped Convicts
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-06-06 (0208) McGee the Wrestler
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-06-13 (0209) Advice Column - Aunt Molly
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-06-20 (0210) Toothache - Doctor Gildersleeve
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-09-05 (0212) McGee's Fish Fry
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-09-12 (0213) 15th Anniversary - Elopement
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-09-19 (0214) Newspaper Column
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-09-26 (0215) Fibber Fakes Illness To Avoid Fixing Screens
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-10-03 (0216) Killer Canova's Autograph
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-10-10 (0217) Rummage Sale - Bazaar
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-10-17 (0218) Raking Leaves
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-10-24 (0219) Halloween Party at Gildersleeve's House
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-10-31 (0220) Auto Show (Annual)
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-11-07 (0221) Hiawatha
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-11-14 (0222) Traffic Ticket
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-11-21 (0223) Overdue Library Book
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-11-28 (0224) Finance Company Is After the Car
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-12-05 (0225) McGees Are Adjusters at Bonton Dept Store
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-12-12 (0226) Jewelry Store Robbery
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-12-19 (0227) Package from Uncle Sycamore Arrives
Fibber McGee And Molly 39-12-26 (0228) Butler Gildersleeve
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-01-02 (0229) McGee Builds a Dog House
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-01-09 (0230) Gone with the Wind
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-01-16 (0231) New License Plates - Stolen Car
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-01-23 (0232) Gildersleeve Girdle Show
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-01-30 (0233) Fibber Tries to Get Rid of an Old Suit
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-02-06 (0234) Fibber's Birthday
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-02-13 (0235) Egyptian Good Luck Ring
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-02-20 (0236) Fibber Has to Tell the Truth for an Hour
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-02-27 (0237) Fibber Is Catching a Cold
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-03-05 (0238) Cleaning Fibber's Closet
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-03-12 (0239) Make a Pal of Your Wife Week
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-03-19 (0240) Dog License
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-03-26 (0241) Planting a Hedge
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-04-09 (0243) Coming Home After Doing Lux Theater
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-04-16 (0244) 5th Anniversary Show for Johnson's Wax
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-04-23 (0245) Art Museum - How to Hang a Picture
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-04-30 (0246) Fibber the Director (1)
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-05-07 (0247) Women's Club Play-Stuck in Suit of Armor
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-05-14 (0248) Water's Grass-Fight with Gildersleeve
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-05-21 (0249) McGees Mind Plumbers Hardware Store
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-05-28 (0250) The Circus
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-06-04 (0251) Spaghetti Dinner for Stag Party
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-06-11 (0252) Wall Paper
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-06-18 (0253) Fibber Models a Dress
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-06-25 (0254) Packing for Vacation
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-10-01 (0255) Back from Vacation - Unpacking
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-10-08 (0256) Fibber Quits Smoking
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-10-15 (0257) Fibber Needs a Screwdriver
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-10-22 (0258) Fibber Finds Gildersleeve's Locked Diary
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-10-29 (0259) Trip to Notre Dame-Army Football Game
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-11-05 (0260) Election Officials
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-11-12 (0261) Fibber's Black Eye
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-11-19 (0262) Train Trip to See Uncle Dennis
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-11-26 (0263) Uncle Dennis Visits the McGees
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-12-03 (0264) Raffle Ticket - Five Tons of Coal
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-12-10 (0265) Mailing Christmas Packages
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-12-24 (0267) The Radio-Phonograph
Fibber McGee And Molly 40-12-31 (0268) Fibber Finds a Watch at 14th and Oak
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-01-07 (0269) Hundred Dollar Bill
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-01-21 (0271) Piano Lessons
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-02-04 (0273) Fibber Buys a New Suit and Steals a Hat
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-02-11 (0274) Fibber the Watch Salesman
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-02-18 (0275) Early to Bed
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-02-25 (0276) Bottle Collector
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-03-04 (0277) McGees Give a Party
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-03-11 (0278) Quarantined with Measles
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-03-18 (0279) Fibber Is Drafted
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-03-25 (0280) Fibber Changes His Name To Ronald
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-04-01 (0281) Molly Loses Left-Rear Fender
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-04-08 (0282) Fibber Builds a Telescope
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-04-15 (0283) Fibber Needs Glasses - 6th Ann Show
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-04-22 (0284) Night out with the Boys
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-04-29 (0285) Fibber Is Stuck in New Paving
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-05-06 (0286) Collecting Games and Books for Army Camps
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-05-13 (0287) Record Salmon Dinner
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-05-20 (0288) Fibber Bakes Molly's Birthday Cake
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-05-27 (0289) Gildy's Ladder - Fibber Makes a Record
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-06-10 (0291) Fibber and Molly Have a Picture Taken
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-06-17 (0292) McGee's Take Sis to Amusement Park
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-06-24 (0293) Leaving for Hollywood to Make a Movie
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-09-30 (0294) Back from Vacation - Gildy Says Goodbye
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-10-07 (0295) Fifty Thousand Dollar Deal
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-10-14 (0296) Acting Fire Commissioner McGee
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-10-21 (0297) Fall House Cleaning
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-11-04 (0299) New Furniture
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-11-11 (0300) Bergen and McCarthy Come to Movie Premiere
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-11-18 (0301) The Mayor Overstays His Welcome
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-11-25 (0302) Investment in Cosmetic Clay
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-12-02 (0303) Fibber Grows a Moustache
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-12-09 (0304) 40% Off
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-12-16 (0305) Fibber Cuts His Own Christmas Tree
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-12-23 (0306) Christmas Presents
Fibber McGee And Molly 41-12-30 (0307) Fix It McGee
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-01-06 (0308) Night Out
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-01-13 (0309) Mrs Uppington's Window Part 1
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-01-20 (0310) Mrs Uppington's Window Part 2
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-01-27 (0311) Blizzard
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-02-03 (0312) Molly's Lost Diamond Ring
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-02-10 (0313) Valentine Candy
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-02-17 (0314) Fibber's Home Movie
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-02-24 (0315) Fibber Buys a Horse
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-03-03 (0316) Boomer's Suitcase
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-03-10 (0317) Fibber Builds a Footstool
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-03-24 (0318) Fibber Writes a Song
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-03-31 (0319) Latherino Soap Contest
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-04-07 (0320) Clean out Closet for Scrap Drive
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-04-14 (0321) Spring Festival Parade
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-04-21 (0322) Take Me out to the Ball Game
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-04-28 (0323) Fibber's Old Straw Hat
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-05-05 (0324) Sugar Substitute
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-05-12 (0325) Spy
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-05-19 (0326) Fibber Is Going to Be Rich
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-05-26 (0327) Uncle Dennis Has Disappeared Part 1
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-06-02 (0328) Uncle Dennis Has Disappeared Part 2
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-06-09 (0329) Pot Roast for Dinner
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-06-16 (0330) Mouse in the House
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-06-23 (0331) Packing for Vacation - Locked Suitcase
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-09-29 (0332) Back from Vacation - Lost Camera
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-10-06 (0333) Otis Cadwallader
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-10-13 (0334) Fibber Converts Furnace to Coal
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-10-20 (0335) Family Tree
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-10-27 (0336) Old Timer on the Lam
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-11-03 (0337) Duck Hunting with Latrivia
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-11-10 (0338) Uppy's Nephew
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-11-17 (0339) Twenty Thousand Dollars in the Sofa
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-11-24 (0340) Fibber Getting in Condition
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-12-01 (0341) Mileage Rationing
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-12-08 (0342) Women Taking over - Vacuum Cleaner
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-12-15 (0343) Fibber Misplaces Christmas Money
Fibber McGee And Molly 42-12-22 (0344) Listening to the Christmas Carols
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-01-05 (0346) Cut Down Old Suit for Molly
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-01-12 (0347) Billy Mills in Hospital
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-01-19 (0348) Mrs Uppington Joins the WACS
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-01-26 (0349) Fibber the Author
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-02-02 (0350) Cleaning the Closet
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-02-16 (0352) Looking for Skilled War Workers
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-02-23 (0353) Poker Game
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-03-02 (0354) Breakfast in Bed for Molly
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-03-09 (0355) Visiting the Dairy
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-03-16 (0356) Fibber's Horoscope
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-03-23 (0357) Red Cross Collector McGee
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-03-30 (0358) The Washing Machine
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-04-06 (0359) Fibber Feels Ill
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-04-13 (0360) Indian Fighter Uncle Sycamore on Radio
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-04-20 (0361) A Dress for Molly
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-04-27 (0362) Black Market Meat
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-05-04 (0363) Numerology
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-05-11 (0364) Fibber's New Barometer Indicates Snow
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-05-18 (0365) McGee Steals a Car and Goes to Jail
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-05-25 (0366) Fibber's Idea for World Travel
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-06-01 (0367) Fibber's Thumb Caught in the Bowling Ball
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-06-08 (0368) Fibber Looks Happy
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-06-15 (0369) Fibber Fixes Doc's Car
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-06-22 (0370) Getting Ready for Camping Trip
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-09-28 (0371) McGees Go to the Movies
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-10-05 (0372) Rent the Spare Room to a War Worker
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-10-12 (0373) Commission for Witney's Daughter
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-11-02 (0376) Ants in the House
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-11-09 (0377) Fibber Makes Chili Sauce
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-11-23 (0379) Etiquette
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-11-30 (0380) Teeny's Missing Dog
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-12-07 (0381) The War Is Not Almost Over
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-12-21 (0383) Looking for a Christmas Tree
Fibber McGee And Molly 43-12-28 (0384) A Fresh Start for New Years
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-01-04 (0385) Fibber Tries to Figure out Income Tax
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-01-11 (0386) 1943 Income Tax Return
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-01-18 (0387) Molly Gets Flowers
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-01-25 (0388) Dining Out
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-02-01 (0389) Fibber Finds Lost Diamond Ring in Gutter
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-02-08 (0390) Home Made Ice Cream
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-02-15 (0391) Handwriting Analysis
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-02-22 (0392) Old School Chum, Bill Smith from Peoria
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-02-29 (0393) Before a Western Camp Fire
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-03-07 (0394) Fibber Makes a Radio Speech - Red Cross
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-03-14 (0395) McGees Hire Beulah - One Day a Week
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-03-21 (0396) My Old Mandolin
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-03-28 (0397) Fibber Has Pneumonia - Gildersleeve Calls
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-04-04 (0398) Fibber the Convalescent
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-04-18 (0400) German Spy
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-04-25 (0401) Cannery Executive
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-05-02 (0402) Aunt Sarah's Picture
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-05-09 (0403) Alice Darling's New Boyfriend
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-05-16 (0404) Policeman's Ball-Uncle Sycamore's Pistol
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-05-23 (0405) Old Muley - Fishing License
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-05-30 (0406) Old Muley Caught
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-06-06 (0407) The Invasion of Europe
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-06-13 (0408) Putting up a Porch Swing
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-06-20 (0409) Getting Ready for Ranch Vacation
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-10-10 (0410) Fibber Can't Find His Hip Boots
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-10-17 (0411) No Maple Syrup
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-10-24 (0412) Bank Statement Error - Mining Stock
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-10-31 (0413) Duck Hunter Fibber
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-11-14 (0414) Night School
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-11-21 (0415) Fibber Gets a Broken Rib from Housecleaning
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-11-28 (0416) Wallace Wimple, Physical Culture Specialist
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-12-05 (0417) Fibber Puts Ironing Board and Presses Pants
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-12-12 (0418) Radio Quiz Show
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-12-19 (0419) Early Christmas Presents
Fibber McGee And Molly 44-12-26 (0420) McGee Controls His Temper
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-01-02 (0421) The Diamond Stick Pin
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-01-09 (0422) Mushrooms
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-01-16 (0423) Shampoo
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-01-23 (0424) Too Much Energy
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-01-30 (0425) Merchant Marines
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-02-06 (0426) The Case of the Cross-Eyed Cat
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-02-13 (0427) Piano Tuner
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-02-20 (0428) Catching the Train
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-02-27 (0429) Red Cross
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-03-06 (0430) Early Golden Wedding Anniversary
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-03-13 (0431) A Visit from an Old Cattleman Friend
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-03-20 (0432) Fixing the Radio Set
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-03-27 (0433) Sending Doc's Clothes to the Clothing Drive
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-04-03 (0434) Fibber the Poet
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-04-10 (0435) No Newspaper
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-04-17 (0436) Bank Statement
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-04-24 (0437) A Ride to the Elks
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-05-01 (0438) Briefcase Bronson
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-05-08 (0439) Housing Survey
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-05-15 (0440) The Auction
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-05-22 (0441) Fibber Is in Charge of War Bond Concert
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-05-29 (0442) Power Lawn Mower
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-06-05 (0443) Clean Closet - Mrs Carstairs Is Coming
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-06-12 (0444) Fibber the Magician
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-06-19 (0445) Fibber's Big Deal with Carstairs
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-06-26 (0446) Houseboat on Lake Dugan
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-10-02 (0447) Welcoming Mayor La Trivia Home from the Pacific
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-10-09 (0448) Shopping for Carl
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-10-16 (0449) Fibber's Influence
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-10-23 (0450) Dinner for Cousin Ernest
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-10-30 (0451) Fibber the Sculptor
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-11-06 (0452) Fudge
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-11-13 (0453) Fibber Teaches Molly to Drive
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-11-20 (0454) Fibber the Supervisor
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-11-27 (0455) The Old Oak Tree
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-12-04 (0456) Winter Walk to Dugan's Lake
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-12-11 (0457) Fibber the Governor's Pal
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-12-18 (0458) White Christmas Tree
Fibber McGee And Molly 45-12-25 (0459) Doc Gamble's Present - What Is It
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-01-01 (0460) Tall Story Contest
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-01-08 (0461) Guess the Number of Beans Contest
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-01-15 (0462) Treasure Map
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-01-22 (0463) Pioneer Day
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-01-29 (0464) Card Party
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-02-05 (0465) Ice Skating
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-02-12 (0466) Fibber's New Suit
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-02-19 (0467) Molly Is Sick - Fibber and Doc Eat Out
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-02-26 (0468) Fibber's Pen Is Missing
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-03-05 (0469) Stolen Cars
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-03-12 (0470) Building a Kite
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-03-19 (0471) Red Cross Drive
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-03-26 (0472) Bullets Brannigan
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-04-02 (0473) Protecto-Rejecto Ignition Lock
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-04-09 (0474) Salvador McGee
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-04-16 (0475) Cousin Salvador Repairs Antique Table
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-04-23 (0476) How to Live to 150
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-04-30 (0477) Barber Shop Quartet
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-05-07 (0478) Fibber Caught Old Muley - Out of Season
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-05-14 (0479) Political Campaign
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-05-21 (0480) The Old Ball Game
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-05-28 (0481) Wedding Anniversary
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-06-04 (0482) Air Show Flying Fool McGee
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-06-11 (0483) Camping Equipment for Boat Trip
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-10-01 (0484) Fibber Is Sick
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-10-08 (0485) Bull Moran
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-10-15 (0486) Fibber Checks the Water Supply
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-10-22 (0487) Fibber Shops for New Shoelaces
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-10-29 (0488) Dinner Party - Doc and La Trivia
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-11-05 (0489) 60Th Anniversary of Johnson's Wax
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-11-12 (0490) Expecting a Visit from Ronald Colman
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-11-19 (0491) Fibber's Play for the Big Football Game
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-11-26 (0492) Prowler at Fifi's
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-12-03 (0493) Fibber's Bank Account
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-12-10 (0494) Fibber Needles Doc and Latrivia About Fifi
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-12-17 (0495) Sunlamp
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-12-24 (0496) Fixing Toys the Day Before Christmas
Fibber McGee And Molly 46-12-31 (0497) New Years Eve Party with Fred Waring
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-01-07 (0498) Escaped Convicts - Fibber Joins Posse
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-01-14 (0499) Package at the Post Office
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-01-21 (0500) House Alteration - Look for Architect
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-01-28 (0501) Waiting for the Bus
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-02-04 (0502) Baby Sitting with Teenie
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-02-11 (0503) Aeronautics
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-02-18 (0504) Fibber Collecting Doc Gamble's Bills
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-02-25 (0505) Fibber Fixes a Window
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-03-04 (0506) Bad Mail Service
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-03-11 (0507) Man's Untapped Energies
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-03-18 (0508) Fibber Meeting Someone in the Rain
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-03-25 (0509) Home Power Plant
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-04-01 (0510) Traffic Conditions-Safe Driving Campaign
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-04-08 (0511) Molly's Twisted Ankle
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-04-15 (0512) 1880 Quarter
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-04-22 (0513) McGees Go to the Carnival
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-04-29 (0514) Molly's Old Friend Thelma Visits
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-05-06 (0515) Good Grammar
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-05-13 (0516) Smuggled Irish Tweed
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-05-20 (0517) Fibber Is Interviewed - Assessor
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-05-27 (0518) Old Family Recipe - Shrimps McGee
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-06-03 (0519) Citizenship Test
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-06-10 (0520) Picnic - Diving for Gold Pieces
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-06-17 (0521) Old Friend Homer Pays a Debt
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-10-07 (0522) Anniversary of Their First Football Game
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-10-14 (0523) Catching Teeny's Cat
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-10-21 (0524) Late Car Payment - Carl Snarl Finance Co
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-10-28 (0525) Big Deal at the Farm
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-11-04 (0526) Fibber Gets Weighed
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-11-11 (0527) War Surplus Store
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-11-18 (0528) Telephone Call
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-11-25 (0529) New Bread Box
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-12-02 (0530) Duck Hunting
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-12-09 (0531) Newspaper Interview
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-12-16 (0532) Aunt Sarah's Fruitcake
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-12-23 (0533) Lost Key Ring
Fibber McGee And Molly 47-12-30 (0534) Ten Dollar Gift Certificate
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-01-06 (0535) Magic Act
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-01-13 (0536) Cartable Radio
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-01-20 (0537) Women's Bazaar
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-01-27 (0538) Missing Laundry
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-02-03 (0539) New Table Lamp
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-02-10 (0540) Childhood Sled
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-02-17 (0541) Big Money for Old Books
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-02-24 (0542) Getting Seven Dollars Back
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-03-02 (0543) Volunteering for Jury Duty
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-03-09 (0544) Broken Card Table
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-03-16 (0545) Spearhead Commission
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-03-23 (0546) Molly's Easter Creation
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-03-30 (0547) There's a Small Hotel
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-04-06 (0548) Fixing Doc's Car
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-04-13 (0549) Fire Alarm Box
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-04-20 (0550) Making a Vase
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-04-27 (0551) Passenger Pigeon
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-05-04 (0552) Selling the House
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-05-11 (0553) Going Fishing
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-05-18 (0554) Baseball Cologne
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-05-25 (0555) Molly's Toothache
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-06-01 (0556) Fibber's Tune
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-10-05 (0557) At the Taylors
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-10-12 (0558) Giving up Smoking
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-10-19 (0559) Portable Radio at the Repair Shop
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-10-26 (0560) Planting a Lawn Six Months Late
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-11-09 (0561) Voting Day
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-11-16 (0562) Bowling Finals
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-11-23 (0563) Doc's Pheasants
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-11-30 (0564) Street Light Is Out
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-12-07 (0565) Christmas Shopping
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-12-14 (0566) New Fish Store
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-12-21 (0567) Taking Packages to the Post Office
Fibber McGee And Molly 48-12-28 (0568) New Year's Eve Dance
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-01-04 (0569) Forgets to Order Furnace Oil
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-01-11 (0570) Organizing a Sleigh Ride
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-01-18 (0571) Money in a Shoe Box
FIbber McGee And Molly 49-01-25 (0572) Washing Machine Wont Work
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-02-01 (0573) The Good Listener
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-02-08 (0574) Date on Calendar
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-02-15 (0575) Women Drivers
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-02-22 (0576) Truth on Washington's Birthday
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-03-01 (0577) Old Jalopy
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-03-08 (0578) The Elks' Mortgage
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-03-15 (0579) Doc Gamble Day
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-03-22 (0580) Dress Maker's Dummy
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-03-29 (0581) The 1000 Pound Inheritance
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-04-05 (0582) At Kramer's Drug Store
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-04-12 (0583) Fibber Buys a Pipe
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-04-19 (0584) The New Fire Truck
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-04-26 (0585) Housework on a Schedule
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-05-03 (0586) Boy Scout
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-05-10 (0587) Building New House for Ole
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-05-17 (0588) Choosing New Suit for Doc
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-05-24 (0589) Story of the Typewriter
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-05-31 (0590) Making Vacation Plans
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-09-13 Fifteenth Anniversary Show
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-09-20 (0591) McGees Mustard Slogan
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-09-27 (0592) Big Fish Feed
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-10-04 (0593) Umbrella Stand
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-10-11 (0594) Cloth from Paper
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-10-18 (0595) Selling Kisses
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-10-25 (0596) Symphony Orchestra Tickets
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-11-01 (0597) Bus Suggestion
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-11-08 (0598) Fix Coo-Coo Clock
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-11-15 (0599) Stuck in Grating
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-11-22 (0600) One Hundred Twenty-Five Dollar Tax Bill
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-11-29 (0601) One Hundred Nineteen Dollar Innertube
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-12-06 (0602) Making Christmas Cards
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-12-13 (0603) Man-Of-The-Year Book
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-12-20 (0604) Best Christmas Decorations
Fibber McGee And Molly 49-12-27 (0605) Trip to Aunt Sarah's
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-01-03 (0606) At Aunt Sarah's
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-01-10 (0607) Working for Walt
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-01-17 (0608) Cutting Firewood
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-01-24 (0609) Selling Fibber a Suit
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-01-31 (0610) Sleigh Ride
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-02-07 (0611) City Council
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-02-14 (0612) Lost Radium
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-02-21 (0613) Dog Bites Mailman
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-02-28 (0614) Mayor Latrivia's Party
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-03-07 (0615) Ole Is Kidnapped
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-03-14 (0616) Guest House Building Permit
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-03-21 (0617) Trimming the Shade Tree
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-03-28 (0618) The Flying Saucer
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-04-04 (0619) Fibber the Census Taker
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-04-11 (0620) Running the General Store
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-04-18 (0621) Manhole Cover
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-04-25 (0622) Elks' Club Dance
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-05-02 (0623) The Fishing Trip
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-05-09 (0624) Circus Day
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-05-16 (0625) Picnic in the Orchard
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-05-23 (0626) Ranch Foreman (Last Program for Johnson's Wax)
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-09-19 (0627) The Chicken Bar-B-Q
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-09-26 (0628) Night School
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-10-03 (0629) McGee's Stomach Ache
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-10-10 (0630) The Con-Men
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-10-17 (0631) The Snapshot Contest
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-10-24 (0632) The Real Estate Deal
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-10-31 (0633) The Ukulele Course
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-11-07 (0634) Fibber Needs Glasses
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-11-14 (0635) The One Hundred Thousand Dollar Postage Stamp
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-11-21 (0636) Aunt Jennie
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-11-28 (0637) Parking Meter Returns Razors
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-12-05 (0638) Dinner at La Trivia's
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-12-12 (0639) Bank Night at the Movies
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-12-19 (0640) McGee, the Postman
Fibber McGee And Molly 50-12-26 (0641) Shoveling Snow
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-01-02 (0642) Fixing Teeny's Sled
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-01-09 (0643) Circular Mailers
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-01-16 (0644) Walking on City Hall Grass
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-01-23 (0645) McGee's Belongings
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-01-30 (0646) Skating Party at Dugan's Lake
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-02-06 (0647) Breakfast in Bed for Molly
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-02-13 (0648) Nasty Letter to Fred Nitney
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-02-20 (0649) Express Company Bandits
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-02-27 (0650) Trip to Peoria
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-03-06 (0651) Molly's Checkup
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-03-13 (0652) The Antique Vase
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-03-20 (0653) Good Deeds
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-03-27 (0654) Surprise Party (Mcgees Are out Ill)
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-04-03 (0655) McGee Declared Well
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-04-10 (0656) The Gas Bill
Fibber McGee And Molly 51-04-17 (06


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