My World and Welcome to It

  • 1969
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The writings and drawings of James Thurber were the basis for this imaginative sitcom about a magazine writer-cartoonist. The show combined live action with animated segments used to illustrate the lead character's flight-of-fancy thoughts. Although it lasted only one season (NBC bumped it from the schedule to pick up `The Red Skelton Show' after CBS du (more…)

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Murder, She Wrote's William Windom Dies at 88

Emmy-winning actor William Windom died Thursday of congestive heart failure at his home in California, The Associated Press reports. He was 88. Windom won an Emmy for his turn as writer John Monroe on the 1969 NBC comedy My World and Welcome To It an… Read more

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  • Premise: The writings and drawings of James Thurber were the basis for this imaginative sitcom about a magazine writer-cartoonist. The show combined live action with animated segments used to illustrate the lead character's flight-of-fancy thoughts. Although it las… (more)

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