Our Miss Brooks was a situation comedy show heard on radio and seen on television and in films starring Oscar winner Eve Arden. Her skill with the wicked one-liner and acid aside had begun to lead to typecasting, so, to find a new image, Arden signed on for the lead in radio's Our Miss Brooks. The series centered on Connie Brooks, a smart, sharp-witted, lovable English teacher at fictional Madison High School. Between gentle wisecracks, Miss Brooks doted on nerdish student Walter Denton and frequently locked horns with crusty, cranky Principal Osgood Conklin. Many plot lines revolved around Miss Brooks' longing for Philip Boynton, the school's bashful biology teacher. Our Miss Brooks made a successful jump to TV in 1952 while the radio series lasted until 1957.
Episodes included are: "Old Clothing", "Poor Heat", "Student Government Day", "Head of the English Department", "The Frog", "Stretch Has a Crush", "Faculty Dance, New Hairdo", "Cafeteria Boycott", "Clay City High Wants Brooks", "April Fool's Party", "Wake Up Plan", and "Working for Easter Outfit".