The Jean Arthur Show (1966– )

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Widowed Patricia Marshall is a successful attorney who welcomes her newly graduated son Paul into her law firm. She uses her chauffeur Morton as a sounding board and occasionally dates the eligible Richie Wells.


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15 December 2018 | GoUSN
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| I was surprised to learn of this show
Being a long-time Jean Arthur fan since I first saw her already-old films in the 80s, I was surprised to learn she had a sitcom.

It lasted only 11 episodes, but compared to some others that haven't aged at all well, this wasn't bad - and Miss Arthur is excellent. Dated plots, but given freshness with the nicely done acting and the inimitable Jean Arthur. Unfortunately, there are precious few episodes on YouTube.

Curious flaw: some of the takes of Miss Arthur seated or standing are badly done, as if the director couldn't quite get her to face the camera without appearing staged.

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