As a result, the bully gives Dennis a black eye. The bulbs unfortunately are planted upside-down. Martha loves Dennis as if he were her own grandson, as she and George never had children, and she enjoys telling Dennis a bedtime poem that her mother told her. Wilson has a bunch of starlings in his tree and wants to get rid of them. Russell Louella MacFarlane November 6, 1960 1960-11-06 Dennis tries to take care of his sick mother while his father is out of town. Also while at the police station, Dennis mentions on his last visit he was given ice cream. Dennis then informs the neighborhood of their supposed move.
He isn't too happy about this, because Margaret is mean to him. As chairman, he arranges a contest at Dennis' school in which the student who collects the most stamps wins a trip to Cape Canaveral to meet an astronaut. This can be taken as a possibly false boast given not only the appearance in this episode of his cousin Fillmore, who shares the Wilson surname, but also in that just six episodes later, Mr. A new title sequence begins that includes Gale Gordon's name. This is Korman's second guest appearance in the series.
Wilson's tuxedo to the cleaners but decides to try to remove a stain himself. This was the seventh episode made, but was held for later airing because of editing issues. Wilson plays his own version of Scrooge. George scoffs at this saying he and Martha will be happy to continue watching Dennis, explaining that he's learned some things about children by saying to both Henry and Alice that kids are kids and they have to play by their rules, roll with the punches, and expect the unexpected. One of Dennis' friends is played by a young. Wilson thinks that the hermit fought in the Civil War, so he tries to get his life story.
This was Gloria Henry's return to the show after missing nine episodes for maternity leave. Wilson and Dennis hide in the back of the truck when Mr. This was the sixth episode made. It concerns the misadventures of a mischievous child with a and a grin who wreaks havoc on his next door neighbor, George Wilson , usually hangs out with his friends, Joey Kellen Hathaway and Margaret Wade Amy Sakasitz , and is followed everywhere by his dog, Ruff. Wilson's nephew visits him in San Diego and gives Mr. Wilson gets a visit from his former boss from Pittsburgh who offers Mr.
Dennis quickly spreads the word around the neighborhood. Immediately thereafter, his bad luck continues when something jams his lawnmower, and he runs over his garden hose with the mower. Wilson's television from Dennis' bedroom window, and Mr. Peeves Isaac Durnford as Jack Bratcher Louise Fletcher as Mrs. Wilson had an important stock tip written on the pad. Wilson takes Dennis and several friends to a camp open house, and they exhaust him with a day of long hikes and activity.
Dennis sees the booties, and Tommy says it means that Mr. Word gets back to Mr. John is a writer, but has trouble working without his old seat cushion. Wilson plans to have a quiet evening at home, but his plans change when Henry needs a sitter for Dennis. Russell Teleplay by: William Conley Story by: Hannibal Coons March 5, 1961 1961-03-05 Miss Cathcart's cat is accidentally locked in the trunk of Mr.
Wilson coaches Dennis' Pee Wee League baseball team because Henry, the team's original coach, becomes ill. As the closing credits start to roll, Andrea, Alice's egotistical coworker, finds Dennis sitting near the copy machine as she comes in to use it. Dennis makes a plea to Mr. He plays doorbell pranks on them and they retaliate by sticking a thumbtack on the doorbell and preparing water and flour to dump on the prankster. Wilson's dog, Fremont, but the training backfires when Fremont will only listen to Dennis and ignores Mr.
After the warehouse is carefully searched in vain, it is discovered Dennis had removed the certificate earlier to decorate his treehouse. Alternatively, George is further irritated by him for spilling bath water on the bathroom floor, replacing his nasal spray with mouthwash, and his mouthwash with toilet cleanser, and even bringing Dennis's pet dog, Ruff, into the house for a while. Wilson knits several baby booties to use as golf club covers for a new set of clubs she bought for Mr. Martha Wilson Jane Gilchrist as Stuffy Woman Heidi Hayes as Gina Elliott Larson as Georgie Michael Lerner as Mr. Wilson finds it and thinks it is a gift for her from Mr.
Russell Louella MacFarlane May 28, 1961 1961-05-28 Mr. Wilson accidentally gets Dennis' space helmet stuck on his head. Wilson tells Dennis he isn't feeling well just to get Dennis to leave him alone. Wilson's article about gypsies is returned with the request that he, first, get to know them and research them further before submitting another. Name Occupation Birth Death Known for Actor 22-Jul-1934 Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Actor 22-Jun-1941 Barton Fink Actor 19-Aug-1928 4-Aug-2014 Canadian voice and character actor Actor 25-Aug-1998 Chyna Parks on A. Dennis's antics cause mayhem and damage in the variety store. Wilson gives Dennis an old radio set that he accidentally bid on at an auction, and turns out to have cash hidden inside.