Appeared on the religious television program "This Is the Answer" in the episode "The Two Sons" on October 11, 1959. The story was about an honest district attorney whose re-election campaign is hindered by the fact that his two sons work for a known gangster.
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Did You Know?
"I like keeping busy. Satan finds work for idle hands." (from a 1986 "Starlog" interview)
In his early years of performing, he put together a nightclub act doing impressions of famous celebrities. His impersonation of Noel Coward
was so good that he was hired for the original Broadway comedy "The Man Who Came to Dinner" in 1939, in which he played Beverley Carlton, a role obviously based on Coward himself.