My World and Welcome to It

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NBC (ended 1970)

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  • Mixing live action and animation, whimsy and fun, this series rounded off the 60s perfectly

    8.5
    'My World and Welcome to It' was cancelled after one series and 26 episodes, but remains a landmark, albeit an obscure one, for TV sitcom. William Windom played John Monroe, a cartoonist and writer who retreats from a wife, daughter and dog into fantasy to cope with the situations in which he finds himself day to day. So his cartoons and daydreams come to life, he talks in asides to the camera, spars with his knowing daughter Lydia, and generally stumbles through life rather clueless about what's going on. The series is fun without being over the top, and whimsical without being cloying. A bit dated now, nevertheless it is extremely watchable and has several shining performances within its half-hour episodes.
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