Father Knows Best: Shows hierarchy of family during the 1950s
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One element of Father Knows Best that's never escaped it loyal fan base is its warmth and sincerity in illustrating the small moments in life that any family, from any time period, might recognize as their own.

One element of Father Knows Best that's never escaped it loyal fan base is its warmth and sincerity in illustrating the small moments in life that any family, from any time period, might recognize as their own.

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Father Knows Best - 1954-1960. I remember the whole family watching this show, which was rare, as my Dad worked 6 days/2 nights a week.

Father Knows Best - 1954-1960. I remember the whole family watching this show, which was rare, as my Dad worked 6 days/2 nights a week.

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Actor Robert Young (1907-2014), epitomy of the perfect patriarch in the 1950s TV series 'Father Knows Best' and later as the wise doctor in the long-running 'Marcus Welby, M.D.,' died of respiratory failure at his home in Westlake Village, CA on 1/30/14.

Actor Robert Young (1907-2014), epitomy of the perfect patriarch in the 1950s TV series 'Father Knows Best' and later as the wise doctor in the long-running 'Marcus Welby, M.D.,' died of respiratory failure at his home in Westlake Village, CA on 1/30/14.

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Father Knows Best (1954-1960).  Left to Right:  Lauren Chapin, Jane Wyatt, Robert Young, Eleanor Donahue and Billy Gray.

Father Knows Best (1954-1960). Left to Right: Lauren Chapin, Jane Wyatt, Robert Young, Eleanor Donahue and Billy Gray.

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Father Knows Best - Father Knows Best had become so ingrained in American pop culture as its idyllic presentation of family life that in 1959, the U.S. Treasury Department commissioned a special 30-minute episode called "24 Hours in Tyrant Land." Never aired on television, the episode—distributed to schools, churches and civic groups—promoted the buying of savings bonds

Father Knows Best - Father Knows Best had become so ingrained in American pop culture as its idyllic presentation of family life that in 1959, the U.S. Treasury Department commissioned a special 30-minute episode called "24 Hours in Tyrant Land." Never aired on television, the episode—distributed to schools, churches and civic groups—promoted the buying of savings bonds

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2/16/12 Donna Brazile Speaks to America's New McCarthyism | Pundits Cite Republicans' Anita Hill Moment

2/16/12 Donna Brazile Speaks to America's New McCarthyism | Pundits Cite Republicans' Anita Hill Moment

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TV Guide, June 14, 1958 - Robert Young and Jane Wyatt of "Father Knows Best"

TV Guide, June 14, 1958 - Robert Young and Jane Wyatt of "Father Knows Best"

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