Hazel: Season 4
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Season Four highlights include dealing with a protest erupting when the Baxters attempt to host the Governor at their home, Harry delivering a hasty marriage proposal to Georges Secretary, George proposing a mind-your-own-business rule to discourage Hazels meddling ways, and Hazel getting thrown in the slammer! Starring Academy Award-winner Shirley Booth (Best Actress, Come Back, Little Sheba, 1952) with Don DeFore (The Adventures Of Ozzie & Harriet), Whitney Blake (Strange Homecoming), Bobby Buntrock (The Virginian) and Maudie Prickett (The Andy Griffith Show).
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17/Sep/64 Never Trouble Trouble
24/Sep/64 Luncheon with the Governor
01/Oct/64 Ain't That a Knee Slapper?
08/Oct/64 Marriage Trap (a.k.a.) George's Law Partner (Ken Berry guest stars)
15/Oct/64 The Flagpole (Frank Cady guest stars)
22/Oct/64 Welcome Back, Kevin (Michael Callan guest stars)
29/Oct/64 Mind Your Own Business (Francine York guest stars)
05/Nov/64 High Finance Hits a New Low
12/Nov/64 Just Me, Harold and the Universe
19/Nov/64 Mix-Up on Marshall Road
26/Nov/64 A Lesson in Diplomacy
03/Dec/64 To Build or Not to Build
10/Dec/64 Better to Have Loved and Lost
17/Dec/64 Hazel Squares the Triangle
24/Dec/64 Just 86 Shopping Minutes to Christmas
07/Jan/65 Champagne Tony
14/Jan/65 It's a Dog's Life (a.k.Read more ›
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Hazel The Complete Final Season DVD
Release Date: Jan 14, 2014
Coming Soon. Ships Jan 14, 2014
Shout Factory's December 4, 2012 release of the DVD set of "Hazel" S4 is the latest example of Shout earning deity status among hard-core sofa spuds for releasing sets of previously abandoned shows every few months.
This classic '60s sitcom revolved around the titular character, who was a live-in maid/busybody for successful attorney George Baxter and his nuclear family. Plots typically involved either Hazel, who was played by legendary actress Shirley Booth, undermining "Mr. B's" authority, trying to manipulate him, or interfering in the lives of her friends and neighbors.
Much of the humor came from Hazel's common sense and street smarts succeeding where Mr. B's "book learnin'" failed.
The nice thing about the fourth season was that the overall friendly disputes between Hazel and Mr. B. had toned down significantly since the more rancorous, but highly entertaining, first season.
One episode had Hazel surprisingly obey Mr. B's order to only respond "yes," "no," or "maybe" if the visiting governor of their state asked her a question. Similarly, the Thanksgiving episode included a scene in which Hazel encouraged Mr. B. to eat a piece of pie in contrast to scenes from earlier seasons in which she vigorously and stubbornly denied him sweets.
Similarly, the well done Christmas episode had Hazel gently encouraging Mr. B. to buy his wife Dorothy a relatively inexpensive gift in response to his declared war on the commercial aspects of the holiday.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good wholesome family show. There should be more of these made today.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A sweet sit-com that focuses on family dynamics and goofy misunderstandings. I bought this as a gift for my mother, who loves the show. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather the Harpist
Brought back great memories. Features Ford cars I grew up with and its wholesome and just plain fun. Really enjoy watching it over and over again.Published 7 months ago by Mary G.
Great old series. Don't make funny like this anymore. Great service.Published 9 months ago by jerry