Most Popular Titles With Walter O'Keefe
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1. The Milton Berle Show (1948–1956)
60 min | Comedy, Family
The Texaco Star Theatre was one of the most popular shows in the history of television. In the first year, Milton Berle was not the permanent emcee, but once he replaced the rotation, the ... See full summary »
2. Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1930)
Passed | 63 min | Musical, Romance
Kitty Bellairs, a flirtatious young woman of 18th Century England, cuts a swath of broken hearts and romantic conquests as she visits a resort with her sister.
3. Change of Heart (1934)
Passed | 77 min | Drama, Romance
Catherinde and Mack and their close friends Chris and Madge graduate from a West Coast college and fly to New York City to find work.
4. All Star Revue (1950– )
60 min | Comedy
This early comedy program started off with a rotating cast of four famous comedians, each of whom would take turns hosting the show. The program format was similar to that of a Vaudeville ... See full summary »
5. Vagabond Lady (1935)
Passed | 71 min | Comedy, Romance, Drama
Josephine Spiggins is thinking of marrying John Spear, the stuffed-shirt son of a department store owner. When John's free-spirit brother Tony returns from touring the South Seas in his ... See full summary »
7. Go Chase Yourself (1938)
Approved | 70 min | Comedy, Crime
When the First Union National Bank of Williamstown is robbed, the three bank robbers get away by hitching their car to Wilbur's trailer. When the police find part of Wilbur's coat in front ... See full summary »
10. Dancing Sweeties (1930)
Passed | 62 min | Comedy, Romance, Drama
Bill is a hot shot dancer who partners with Jazzbo, until he sees Molly at the dance. He enters the Waltz with Molly and wins first prize - and they wind up being married that same night. ... See full summary »
16. The Smart Set-Up (1931)
19 min | Short, Comedy, Musical
A womanizing night club singer who has his pick of many beautiful showgirls tries to climb socially and break into society but soon discovers the social and class differences are insurmountable.
17. Double or Nothing (1952–1954)
30 min | Family, Game-Show
Contestants won $10, $20 and $40, then went "double or nothing" on their accumulated $70 for a total of $140. Win or lose, they went on to the "red and white sweepstakes" round - the colors were those of Campbell soups.
The Milton Berle Show (1948–1956)
Walter O'Keefe fills in for an ill Berle. Scheduled guests include Lucille Ball, Paul Winchell, the Ink Spots, the Mathes Duo, tap dancer Bobby Brandt, and comic Wally Brown. The Ink Spots perform "If I Didn't Care" and "Maybe."