When Mr. Wilson’s Aunt Emma pays him a visit, she takes an instant liking to Dennis, causing Mr. Wilson to fear that she will make Dennis her heir instead of him.
While Henry is out of town, Dennis tries to take his place and do everything his father would do.
Henry tells Dennis to get rid of his massive comic book collection, so he decides to sell them.
Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Elkins each run for president of the Birdwatchers Society.
With the recent bad luck Mr. Wilson has been having, Dennis offers to let him borrow what he believes to be a lucky rabbit’s foot.
Mrs. Wilson is angry with Mr. Wilson because she thinks he’s not taking her to Hawaii, for their anniversary even though he promised to.
Dennis and his friends start a laundry service using Mrs. Elkins’ old washing machine.
Dennis finds a stray dog and convinces Henry to allow the dog to stay in their house for the night.
A famous actress commissions Mr. Wilson to write her life story thinking he is a young, vigorous author with a youthful point of view.
Mr. Wilson thinks his property taxes are rising because the school is wasting money on nonessential programs and luxuries.
Dennis takes Mr. Wilson’s lawn edger without asking, so when Mr. Wilson sees Mrs. Elkins using an edger she recently purchased, he takes it believing it was stolen from him.
With Henry away in New York on business and Alice having to spend the night with Henry’s mother, Dennis stays with the Wilsons for a night.
Mr. Wilson becomes a cat-catcher for the police department to help enforce a cat license law.
Dennis and Tommy decide to use pigeons in the park to send messages to each other.
Mr. Wilson wins an essay contest that requires the entrants to be parents, so he tries to pass off Dennis and his friends as his own children.
Mrs. Wilson knits several baby booties to use as covers for a new set of golf clubs, and Dennis quickly spreads word around the neighborhood.
The little rascal causes an uproar when he discovers a dinosaur bone in his backyard. Lousy TV movie!
Formulaic feature length version of Hank Ketcham's popular comic strip and 60s television series.
The twister of a boy Dennis Mitchell (Jay North) returns for another season of rambunctious adventures and sidesplitting mishaps.
The comic misadventures of television's most well-meaning but misguided boy are back! The lovable Dennis Mitchell left a trail of chaos throughout his suburban neighborhood, yet managed to pry his way into the hearts of millions from week to week.
Dennis Mitchell (Jay North), the havoc-wreaking boy with a heart of gold, is back for a whole new season of well-meaning destruction and chaos.
Dennis Mitchell (Jay North) is back for one final season of calamity, aggravation and hilarity in this fourth season of Dennis the Menace.