Wally Cox, as Mr. Peepers, plays a shy science teacher at "Jefferson Junior High". But what makes Mr. Peepers so unique that although he seems to be mild mannered, easily bullied, baffled and befuddled by every day life, he had the strength of his convictions to insure his life was fulfilled and that no matter what, he prevailed Because of that, he became an "every man", a man we could identify with, someone we could aspire to be like.
Mr. Peepers (Wally Cox) is a shy science teacher at Jefferson Junior High. but what makes Mr. Peepers so unique is that, although he seems to be mild mannered, easily bullied, baffled and befuddled by every day life, he has the strength of his convictions to ensure his life is fulfilled and that no matter what, he prevails. Because of that, he becomes an "every man," a man we can identify with and aspire to be like.
The stellar new novel in Robert B. Parker's New York Times bestselling series featuring Paradise police chief Jesse Stone. Jesse Stone, still reeling from the murder of his fiancée by crazed assassin Mr. Peepers, must keep his emotions in check long enough to get through the wedding day of his loyal protégé, Suitcase Simpson. The morning of the wedding, Jesse learns that a gala 75th birthday party is to be held for folk singer Terry Jester.
Journey back to Jefferson Junior High with Mr. Peepers (Wally Cox), that shy, quiet, slow-moving science teacher whose efforts to do the right thing always seemed to backfire. Robinson Peepers' antics with his best friend and fellow teacher, Harvey Weskitt (Tony Randall) and the school nurse, Nancy Remington (Patricia Benoit) made this classic '50s TV series a hit with the nation.