Nanny and the Professor (1970–1971)
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The Great Broadcast of 1936 

Nanny asks Hal to install an old radio in Arabella; but, mysteriously it only broadcasts programs from 1936.

Director:

Jay Sandrich

Writers:

Thomas L. Miller (creator), AJ Carothers (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Juliet Mills ... Nanny
Richard Long ... Professor Everett
David Doremus David Doremus ... Hal
Trent Lehman Trent Lehman ... Butch
Kim Richards ... Prudence
Bridget Hanley ... Miss Bradshaw
Burt Mustin ... Havermyer
Mike Sims Mike Sims ... Jeff
Paul Frees ... Voices of the '30's. (voice)
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Nanny asks Hal to install an old radio in Arabella; but, mysteriously it only broadcasts programs from 1936.

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Genres:

Comedy | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 1970 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A lighthearted Twilight Zone premise on "Nanny and the Professor"
29 May 2017 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

The professor is winded from dating an energy-filled colleague, modern dance instructor Marjorie Bradshaw (Bridget Hanley). Nanny (Juliet Mills) takes the children to school and then to Mr. Havermyer's (elderly, fun character actor Burt Mustin- "The Andy Griffith Show") workshop to repair the professor's old radio to put in her Model A- Arabella. After Hal (David Doremus) installs it for her, she turns it on to find that it appears to be broadcasting from the 1930s, as the announcer is promoting new talents such as Harry James and Benny Goodman. The family begins constantly listening to the programming, affecting the professor at work. A visit to Mr. Havermyer reveals the predictable reason why they're getting "The Big Broadcast of 1936". However, it may not be the cause in true Twilight Zone fashion.


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