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List of Hazel episodes. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of episodes of the television series Hazel Series overview. At present, all five seasons have been released on DVD. Season Episodes Originally aired; First aired Last aired Network; 1: 35: September 28, 1961 () June 7, 1962 ...


Created by Ted Key. With Shirley Booth, Bobby Buntrock, Don DeFore, Whitney Blake. The misadventures of the Baxter family and their live-in maid, Hazel Burke.


Hazel debuted in the fall of 1961 and was an instant hit, ending the 1st season ranking number 4 in the 1961-1962 Nielsen's ratings. Based on the Saturday Evening Post cartoons, the series ...


Hazel is an American sitcom about a live-in maid named Hazel Burke (played by Shirley Booth) and her employers, the Baxters.The five-season, 154-episode series aired in prime time from September 28, 1961, to April 11, 1966, and was produced by Screen Gems.The first four seasons of Hazel aired on NBC, and the fifth and final season aired on CBS.Season 1 was broadcast in black-and-white except ...


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Hazel befriends a down-on-his luck man she meets in the park. The Baxter's hire him to do handy work around the house. Soon, as things disappear, they wonder if he is a thief.


Season 5, Episode 22. Hazel is dealt out of Steve's card game---for winning too often. Shirley Booth, Ray Fulmer, Lynn Borden. Jack: Charles Francisco. Harvey: Gene Blakely. Fred: Charles Bateman.


Hazel and Barbara go to a land auction. Hazel gets caught up in bidding and wins a plot of land for a few hundred. When she tells Steve which lot she purchased, she finds out it is a small strip of land, just about worth nothing.


Hazel (TV Series 1961–1966) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.


Synopsis. Viewers are so curious why the format was revised on Hazel and essentially killed the sitcom within one year of this transition. Lynn Borden, who played Barbara Baxter in the revised-format 1965-6 season, she has said that at the end of the 1964-5 season, NBC had ended the show.