Classic sitcom about the warm, slice-of-life misadventures of a Bronx Jewish family with a gossipy, good-hearted materfamilias named Molly, who was identified by her signature salutation, `Yoo-hoo, Mrs. Bloom.' Originally a long-running radio show, the series ran in 15-minute and 30-minute forms during different TV incarnations, and had the distinction of appearing on three different networks and in syndication. Creator-writer-star Gertrude Berg won an Emmy as Molly in 1950.
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