Clarence TV Show Returns To The TV Series And The Top 10 Movies From The 1950s, 60s And 70s
The latest episode of Clarence TV shows, Clarence TV: The Best Of Clarence TV, was on Tuesday.
The series is one of three series of the 1950s-set TV series, which ran from 1949-1952 and featured Clarence the “big, scary-looking clown” as he played on the sitcom Clarence and Clarence.
The show ran for eight seasons, from 1953 to 1956, and was the first sitcom to feature Clarence as the lead character.
Clarence TV stars Paul Newman, Dermot Mulroney and Catherine O’Hara, and featured a recurring cast of supporting characters, including the show’s producer, Louis Leterrier.
Clarence TV: Best Of The 1950’s-60s And The 60s-70s TV Series, 1958-1981 The series also featured two recurring cast members: Leterriers brother, Louis, played the title role, and his daughter, Catherine, played a supporting role.
Louis Lettrerier was a British-born American comedian and television personality, who worked with Louis in various British sitcoms, including The Mary Whitehouse Show, The Clarence Show and Clarence & Mary.
Louis died in 2009, and Catherine is survived by her father, Robert.
More on The Atlantic The first show in the series, Clarence: The Big Bad Clown, was released in 1950 and ran for four seasons, starting in 1953.
The second Clarence TV series ran from 1954-1959, which featured Clarence as a recurring character, played by John Candy.
Clarence: Top 10 TV Movies From the 1950’s, 60’s And 70’s, 1959-2001