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Sep. 15, 1969
30 min.
NBC TV Network

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My World and Welcome to It

Based on the works of author/cartoonist James Thurber, John Monroe is a cartoonist who is unsatisfied with his work, concerned about his life's path and afraid of women. So, in his drawings he is king of the castle, but in real life he is dominated by his wife and terrified by his daughter. His belief is that women are only on this Earth to make his life difficult. Episodes include some animation.

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01x26 Child's Play Aired: Mar. 06, 1970

Guilt stalks John and Phil when they flee their families to work in solitude on an article.

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The show had 1 season and 26 episodes air between 1969 and 1970.

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  • Series was based upon the writings of humorist and social commentator James Thurber. The show also included animated cartoons that were in James Thurber's style.
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