CICELY AIR TAXI SERVICE
c/o Maggie O'Connell, Pilot
CINEMA RENTS PROP RENTAL
(Oh, Those Bells!)
c/o Henry Slocum, Proprietor
4 Ridgeway Drive
Herbert, Harry & Sylvester Bell work as custodians for Cinema Rents.
CIRCLE H GIRL'S CAMP
(The Mickey Mouse Club)
c/o Helen Adams, Camp Head
North Folk, CA
Circle H campers include Annette and Darlene. The Triple R Ranch, an all-boys
camp, is located across the lake. [as seen on SPIN & MARTY episodes].
(The Cisco Kid)
Old Southwest (1890s)
The Cisco Kid is a Mexican "Robin Hood of the Old West" who roamed the dusty
trails of the Southwest accompanied by his jovial sidekick, Pancho. Note: The
characters were adapted from the short story "The Caballero's Way" written by O.
CITY OF ANGELS INVESTIGATIONS See - BLUE MOON DETECTIVE AGENCY
Arizona Territory (1880s)
Harry is the editor of the newspaper The Epitaph. While he tried to prove that
the pen is mightier than the sword, the town sheriff Clay Hollister enforced the
law with a set of six-shooters.
CLAMPETT, Jed & Family
(The Beverly Hillbillies)
c/o The Clampett Mansion
518 Crestview Drive
Beverly Hills, CA.
Jed is a widowed hillbilly turned millionaire from the oil ("black gold, Texas
tea") found on his Ozark property in Sibly near Blueberry Ridge. He "loaded up
his [1921 flatbed Oldsmobile four-cylinder] truck and moved to Beverly" with his
mother-in-law, Daisy "Granny" Moses, Jed's tomboy daughter, Elly May Margaret
Clampett, and cousin Jethro Bodine [who "graduated from the sixth grade"]. NOTE:
The actual mansion (a.k.a. "The Kirkeby Mansion") used for establishing exterior
shots on the series was built in 1933 on a sprawling 6.5 acre tract of land
located at 750 Bel Air Road in Bel Air, California by millionaire Arnold Kirkeby,
a Chicago hotel magnate. The Kirkeby mansion went up on the market in the mid
1980s with an asking price of $27 million dollars. It was purchased by TV
executive named Jerrold Perrenchio in 1987 for $13.7 million who then dismantled
the mansion and built a new structure to reflect his own lifestyle.
CLARABELL THE CLOWN
(The Howdy Doody Show)
Town of Doodyville, USA
Clarabell the Clown is a silent, red-haired clown living in the circus frontier
town of Doodyville, USA. Dressed in a baggy, body length green and white zebra
striped costume, Clarabell Hornblow Clown (his full name) carried a small
utility box strapped below his chest in which he kept his squeaky, Harpo
Marx-like horn (He talked via "yes" and "no" honks) and a bottle of seltzer
water often used to squirt Buffalo Bob Smith, the program's host. Note: After
2,343 programs, The Hoowdy Doody Show left the air on September 24, 1960, but
not before Clarabell, silent for 13 years, uttered the closing line, "Goodbye
(The Pony Express)
c/o The Overland Express Company
American Frontier (1860s)
Brett is an investigator for Central Overland Express Company (also known as the
"Pony Express") that covered the areas from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento,
California from 1860-61. His friends included Donovan and Tom Clyde. See also -
CLARK, Emmett & wife, Martha
(The Andy Griffith Show/Mayberry RFD)
132 Main Street
Emmett is a handyman; he’s been one for 38 years. Martha [née Beecham} is a
housewife. The Clark’s originally lived in Mt. Pilot. In 1967 Emmett moved his
home-based handyman business to Mayberry and opened Emmett’s Fix-It Shop at 132
Main Street, the former site of Floyd’s Barbershop next to the Sheriff's
office.. Married twenty five years, Emmett and Martha enjoy a leisurely life.
Martha likes to garden, and is a member of the Garden Club and the Bridge Club
in town. as well as a member of the church finance committee. Emmett likes to
bowl, and to dance [once a Harvest Ball dance finalist] and uses his handyman
background to volunteer on the church’s building and safety committee.
(Stories of the Century)
American Frontier (late 1800s)
Matt is a detective for the Southwestern Railroad. He tracked down such
notorious frontier outlaws as Belle Starr, Billy the Kid, Butch Cassidy, and
Jesse James with the assistance of his lovely female partner Frankie Adams
[replaced by Jonesy Jones]. Note: The series was also known as The Fast Guns and
Tales of the West.
(Good Morning, World)
3126 Orion Place
Los Angeles, CA
Larry is a deejay co-host of the call-in radio show "The Lewis & Clark Show"
[( Crestview 6-7399]
CLARKE, Lyle & wife, Brenda
(Saturday Night Live)
3130 Meadow Lane
The Clarke's own an accident-prone gray tabby cat called Toonces, a.k.a. Toonces,
the Driving Cat. Each week, Toonces gets to drive the family car and ultimately
drives it off a cliff—with owners aboard.
CLAVIN, Clifford "Cliff"
c/o Cheers Tavern
112 & 1/2 Beacon Street
Boston, MA (basement level)
Cliff is a verbose postal worker. He lives with his mother, Ester [he has a ten
o‘clock curfew], has difficulty finding a date, belongs to the Knights of the
Scimitar Lodge and spends his off hours at Cheers tavern. His father Cliff
Claven, senior is hiding in Australia from U.S. authorities because of a real
CLAYTON, Burt & wife, Alice
(Bless This House)
Burt is a post office supervisor. He moonlights as a deliveryman for Sun
Dairies. Alice is a cashier at Trenton Motor Cars [and later a salesgirl at
Trenton Mall and then a secretary at Richman, Goldman and Pike law firm]. Their
children included 12-year-old Danni [a girl] and young son Sean.
Madison, USA (1920s)
Teenager Margie lives with parents Harvey & Nora & her brother Cornell.
CLEARY, Fr. Daniel & Sister Agnes
(In the Beginning)
c/o Inner City Mission
122 Fifteenth Street
CLEAVER, Wally & wife, Mary Ellen
(The New Leave It To Beaver)
213 Pine Street
Wally is a lawyer. He lives with his children Kelly and baby Kevin and his wife,
Mary Ellen. Wally's widowed mother June Cleaver still lives next-door at 211
Pine Street at his childhood home along with his now divorced 33-year-old
younger brother Theodore and his children teenager Skip and preteen Ollie.
CLEAVER, Ward & wife, June
(Leave It To Beaver)
( Klondike 5-4763
211 Pine Street
Ward is a businessman. June Evelyn [née Benson] is a homemaker. They live with
their two sons Wallace "Wally," the eldest and Theodore, a.k.a. "The Beaver."
NOTE: The Cleavers' originally lived at 485 Maple
Street [also given as 428 Mapleton]. Between the 2nd and 3rd season, the Cleaver
family moved to 211 Pine Street [also seen as 211 Maple and 211 Lakewood
Avenue]. Mr. Brenner moved into their old house at 485 Maple: The home used for
the exterior shots for the Cleaver residence is actually located at 1727
Buckingham Road in the Wilshire District of Los Angeles, California. An
identical copy of the home's stone and wood rambler facade was built on the
show's back lot on Colonial Street located on the Upper Lot at Universal City
[with Camillia bushes in front of the house]. In the revival series The New
Leave It To Beaver, June Cleaver now widowed shares her home [a restored version
of the original Cleaver house] with a her grown son, Theodore Cleaver, now a
divorced father with two sons, Kip & Ollie. A new replica was built for the 1997
film version of Leave It To Beaver.
Los Angeles, CA
Dwayne He like girls and greets everyone with an exuberant "Hey! HEY, Hey!" He
lives at home with his father, Lawrence Clemens and hangouts with his friends,
Freddie "Rerun" Stubbs and Roger "Raj" Thomas who lives with his mother Mabel
"Mama" and his bratty little sister. Dee. Dwayne and his friends hangouts at
Rob's Place, a local hamburger/soda shop that employs a sassy waitress named
Shirley Wilson. On the sequel series What's Happening Now!! Dwayne works for
Milster Computers. He still hangs out with Rerun, now a used car salesman and
Raj who is now married struggling writer and business partner with Shirley in
(My Secret Identity)
43 [or 51] Meadow Drive
Andrew lives with his mother Stephanie. and sister Erin. He is also a superhero
CLYDE REAL ESTATE CO.
(My Friend Irma)
c/o Milton J. Clyde
631 East 41st Street
New York City, NY (Manhattan)
Irma Peterson is their secretary.