|Plot||:||+ Program #13. The antique Queen Anne silver almost costs the family $2000 in income taxes! The last show of the series. Fibber McGee & Molly was first broadcast in 1935 and ran in a variety of formats until the final broadcast in 1956. Jim and Marian Jordan played Fibber and his wife Molly in this hilarious domestic comedy. It was written and created by Don Quinn who had also written Smackout. The show made good use of running gags. Probably the best remembered is McGee’s junk-filled closet, which always crashed down on anyone that happened to open the door. A butler in the home of an average American family is unusual to say the least but when the butler is left to the family in a will along with a Queen Anne silver service worth at least $10,000 that’s news! Earlier this afternoon the ace reporter of the Daily Dispatch called and made an appointment with Higgins the butler for pictures and an exclusive interview to appear as a front page news story. Fibber is good, clean entertainment that despite being well over half a century old still has the ability to make you chuckle.|
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