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Mack and Myer for Hire is an American sitcom that aired in syndication from 1963 to 1964. The show starred Mickey Deems and Joey Faye, and was produced by Trans-Lux Television in New York. Each episode was approximately 12 minutes long, and the show was filmed using a two-camera layout. Over 100 episodes were produced during its only year in production, and these were re-run well into the 1970s. The series was produced by Sandy Howard and directed by Edward Sutherland. Sutherland had also directed film comedies with Laurel and Hardy and W.C. Fields.

Quarrel


Pot Luck


Scrambled Eggs


Defective Detectives


Some Deduction


Take It From The Slap


Dental Flaws


Face To Forget


Some Crust

Shoe Store


Quiz Whiz


Peace and Quiet


Dummies


Spy Jinx


Door Wars


Different Look


Fire Inspector


Tram Jam

Pie in the Sky


Rainmaker


Ransom Ruckus


Finders Weepers


Stair Affair


Elevator Operators


Evictors


Flower Fracas


Unhappy Anniversary

Vacation


Fortune Teller


Gold Diggers


Helping Out


Mack The Mauler


Mechanics


New Policeman


Bungling Burglars

Cuckoos


Freight Fright


Great Inventor


Hotel Clerks


Mack's Birthday


Moth Bawl


Payphone

Dangerous Dishes


Fuzzy Baby


Hospital Attendants


Ice Breaker


Meat Heads


Moving and Storage


Tycoons

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