Life with Elizabeth

  • 1953
  • TV Show
  • None

Comic vignettes (three per show) about a young woman and her junior-exec husband. Betty White not only was the star but was the series' co-creator and co-producer as well, an accomplishment rare in the early 1950s. `Elizabeth,' White's first comic role on TV, debuted on a local station in Los Angeles in 1952.

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Season 1 Episode Guide

Everything Goes Wrong; Tenderhearted With Animals; Babysitting Eddie Miller

Season 1, Episode 20

Scared Silly; Neighborhood Slingshot; Elmer's Garage

Season 1, Episode 19

Detective Stories; Writing a Speech; Moosie on the Patio

Season 1, Episode 18

Collection Agency; Monster With Green Eyes; Good Neighbor Policy

Season 1, Episode 17

Phone Calls to Work; Girl Scout Trip; Census Taker

Season 1, Episode 16

Photographer; Of the Honeymoon; Numb, Deaf and Blind

Season 1, Episode 15

Mam's Visit; Bicycle Picnic; Nosey Neighborhood

Season 1, Episode 14

Article On Carpentry; Hypnotism; Home Movies

Season 1, Episode 13

Black Eye; Momma for Breakfast; Missing Receptionist

Season 1, Episode 12

Bonus Check; House Cleaning; Richard's Moustache

Season 1, Episode 11

Car is Stolen; Fence Needs Painting; Real Estate Deal

Season 1, Episode 10

Learning to Drive; Day They Moved In; Alvin Asks Boss Home

Season 1, Episode 9

Nursery Rhymes; First Business Trip; Lake Allergies

Season 1, Episode 8

Mam's Letter; Lodge Dinner; Richard Gets Fired

Season 1, Episode 7

Oak Tree; TV Repair; Drive-In

Season 1, Episode 6

The Psychic; Car Repair for Dummies; Bird Bath

Season 1, Episode 5

Ping Pong; Leaking Roof; Vacuum Cleaner Salesman

Season 1, Episode 4

Bad Mood; First Kiss; Ex-Flame

Season 1, Episode 3

Balance Check Book; Late for a Party; Piano Tuner

Season 1, Episode 2

Moosie in the Kitchen; Jungle in the Living Room; Underhills for Dinner

Season 1, Episode 1

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  • Premise: Comic vignettes (three per show) about a young woman and her junior-exec husband. Betty White not only was the star but was the series' co-creator and co-producer as well, an accomplishment rare in the early 1950s. `Elizabeth,' White's first comic role on… (more)

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