I Married Joan Collection, Vol. 2
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Joan Davis is a highly underrated, classy & talented Comedic Actress who left us a great legacy of her work to enjoy for generations to come. I have watched episodes of this series over & over again & am greatly entertained. Joan is wonderful at physical comedy with her various expressions & style of comedy, we can't help but be reeled in at Joan Stevens' screwball antics & anticipate more chaos & fun in coming episodes!
Jim Backus is fantastic as Joan's put-upon Husband, Judge Bradley Stevens. The cast works well, which adds to the winning formula of this sitcom. Sadly, Bev, Joanie's real-life Daughter had passed on rather young. She portrayed Joan's Sister in the show. She even bore a fairly strong resemblance to Joan, & was a fine contribution to the series.
I highly recommend all fans of vintage sitcoms & fine comedy to add this series to your library. It's one of the best & I have proudly added it to mine. I just hope future DVD releases are put out.
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old fashioned slapstick comedy and Joan Davis surely was a pro at that. Well worth the price in gold and highly recommended to anyone whow wants to remember the way comedy should be.
as of rite now, I am one of her biggest fans. I wish I could see all her episodes but I shy away
from volumes 3 and 4 because they contain mostly the same episodes as vol.1,2.
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Very happy with this purchase. Viewing these episodes brought back many fond memories of hours spent with family and friends watching these classic shows. Thanks!Published 14 days ago by hazy
Joan Davis's original comedy was much copied by later comedians, but none could imitate her technique. Her TV series was too short for many of us and her life too tragic. Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by Galen Halimar
I loved these 2 products ... Brought back such fond memories of your childhoodPublished on September 5, 2010 by R. A. Odocayen