In this seventh season premiere, Berle's guests include Mickey Rooney, Connie Russell, columnist and quiz show panelist Dorothy Kilgallen, television critic Jack O'Brien, Joey Foreman, and Nancy Walker. With Mickey's help, Milton schemes to get free publicity by faking a broken leg.
Berle's guests include Martha Raye. Being election night, Max plays a newscaster who brings the latest vote totals--from a Paris precinct. Charlie Applewhite performs "Stars Never Cry." Milton and Martha appear as famous couples Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Columbus, a pharaoh and his queen, and Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
Milton's guests are vaudeville team Smith and Dale and actress/singer Janet Blair. In this Christmas episode, Berle acts as a department store Santa for a publicity stunt. He becomes involved with criminals who are stealing merchandise.
The guests of a cardboard cut-out of Milton Berle include ventriloquist Paul Winchell, actress/singer Delores Gray, British musical comedy performer Jack Buchanan, singer/actress Kay Thompson and vaudeville team Smith and Dale.
Berle's guests include Hildy Parks and Elizabeth Patterson. Milton is sleuth Professor Higgins, one of four characters he portrays in this comic mystery. Higgins tries to solve a case with little help from his wife (Parks) and mother-in-law (Patterson).
Milton's guests include actress Hildy Parks, singer Gisele MacKenzie, and songwriter Hoagy Carmichael. Professor Higgins, Milton's Latin teacher, has written a song and seeks Berle's help in getting it heard.
The final episode as "The Buick-Berle Show" guests include comedienne Martha Raye, Steve Allen, actress Joan Blondell, singers Johnny Desmond and Alan Dale, regulars Ruth Gilbert, Charlie Applewhite and Arnold Stang, and Art Mooney and his Orchestra. Applewhite, Dale and Desmond sing "Blue Star" and "Play Me Heart and Flowers" while Mooney and Orchestra play "Honey Babe." The finale featuring the whole cast is titled "Alabama Jubilee."