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Max Baer Jr.
Ichabod and Me is a pleasant comedy about a small-town newspaper editor and the former editor working together through New England's eccentrics. It's almost "The Andy Griffith Show" set in New England. The cast was very believable, and the ensemble acting was good. Mosher and Connely also produced "Amos and Andy", "The Munsters", and "Leave It To Beaver."
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