Scheduled guests this week include vocalist Perry Como, singer/actor Louis Jordan, comic actor Bert Lahr, comedian Herb Shriner, the Fontane Sisters, acrobatic act the Acromanics, and singers Frances Williams and Mindy Carson.
Berle's guests this week include: Vice President Alben Barkley, actor Richard Gaines, newscaster John Cameron Swayze, comedian Sam Levenson, actor Victor Jory, and singer Toni Arden. Barkley talks with Berle about Lincoln's fight against intolerance, leading to Gaines's reading of Abe's farewell address to Springfield, IL; Marco appears in a schoolboy song bit with Arden and Berle; Jory and Berle do a doctor sketch.
Miltie's scheduled guests include the Ames Brothers, columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, Dean Murphy, comedian Jack Carter, and actor Dennis O'Keefe. Berle makes his entrance on a horse and dressed as Lady Godiva; Kilgallen joins Berle in a newspaper sketch; the Ames Brothers perform "Sentimental Me" and "Rag Mop."
Milton Berle's scheduled guests include singer/actress Janis Paige, singer Andy Russell, TV host Ralph Edwards, organist Ethel Smith, dancers the Blackburn Twins, and ballroom dance team Artini and Consuelo.
Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Rose Marie, singers Tony Martin and Ethel Waters, comedian Jackie Green, members of the New York Yankees, and comic actor Joe E. Brown. Berle opens the show dressed as a caveman and grabs a fur coat from a woman in the audience.
Milton's scheduled guests include singer Eddie Fisher, The Andrews Sisters, novelty act Senor Carlos, knife throwers The Gibsons, actor Robert Alda, and Rex Weber who sings with his mouth closed. The Andrews Sisters perform "Pennsylvania Polka", the comedy number "Peony Bush," and "Girls of the Golden West." Patty does a solo on "I Wanna Be Loved," and joins Berle and Alda on "The Pussy Cat Song."
Hank Ladd and Bert Wheeler fill in as guest hosts. Scheduled guests include actress Yvonne DeCarlo, singer/pianist Nat "King" Cole Trio, acrobats The Christianias, singer Mary McCarty, and dancer Hal LeRoy.
Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include guitarist Tito Guizar, Mel Allen, baseball players Yogi Berra and Phil Rizzuto, comic Jack Norton, singer Donald Richards, composer Frank Losser, and singer Ray McDonald.
Milton's guests this episode include: Danny Thomas, Beatrice Kraft and her oriental dancers, Fran Warren, opera singer Vivian Della Chiesa, singer/actor Carlos Ramirez, 15 year old violinist Michael Rabin, dancers Harold and Lola, announcer Frank Gallop. Berle opens the show dressed as a June bride. Later, he coaches Thomas on how to host a weekly variety series while cracking a bull-whip at his writers. The finale is a succession of performers in the "United Nations of Show Business" production.
Berle's season premiere includes Eddie Cantor, Sid Caesar, singer Eddie Fisher, the tap dancing Nicholas Brothers, English Channel swimmer Florence Chadwick, and vocalist Jane Froman. Cantor sings "Don't Put a Tax on Beautiful Girls" and does a sketch with Berle that combines their TV shows; Cantor, Berle and Fisher discuss the "police action" in Korea; Fisher does a medley featuring "Bring Back the Thrill;" Froman's medley features "It's a Good Day," "Tea for Two," "Embraceable You," and "Song in My Heart;" a sketch has Berle as half of a monster couple entertaining ...
Miltie's guests this week include Louis Armstrong, Basil Rathbone, singer/dancers Condos and Brandow, Arnold Stang, and singers Patrice Munsel and Vaughn Monroe. Berle and Rathbone do a take-off on the current Gregory Peck film Captain "Horatio Hornblower R.N." called "Horatio Hornberler" with Milton as the salty sea dog. Armstrong does a brief stand-up bit with Berle and sings and plays "Jeepers Creepers."
Berle's scheduled guests this week include actor Boris Karloff, ventriloquist Paul Winchell, Teresa Wright, actress Mary Beth Hughes, comic actor Arnold Stang, actor Dennis O'Keefe, and singers Ezio Pinza and Constance Moore.
Milton Berle's guests include singers Rosemary Clooney and Tony Bennett, actor Edward Arnold, dancers Condos and Brandow, comic performer Arnold Stang, The Mills Brothers, songwriter Jimmy McHugh, and actress Mary Beth Hughes. In sketches, Berle plays a reporter from the Daily Rabbit sent to Mars to interview its king (Albert) and his daughter (Hughes.)
Berle's scheduled guests Rev. Billy Graham, actors Robert Alda, Albert Dekker, and Mike Mazurki, comic performers Jerry Bergen and Georgie Price, Terry Young, and singers Champ Butler and Eileen Barton.
Berle's scheduled guests include singers Dick Haymes, Kate Smith and Connie Haines, songwriter L. Wolfe Gilbert, tap dancer who balances furniture Bobby "Tables" Davis, singer James Melton, and character actor Akim Tamiroff.
Milton Berle's scheduled guests include songwriter Mack Gordon the Look magazine All-American football team, sports writer Grantland Rice, male dance team Lewis and Van, and singer Kay Starr. Starr performs "Maybe You'll Be There" and "Honky-Tonk Hardwood Floor". In sketches, Berle plays an aspiring songwriter with Gordon singing some of his hit songs, and plays Snow White in a fairy tale take-off. Rice introduces the 1951 Look All-American Football Team and Jim Thorpe, his choice for all-time All-American.
Berle's guests include singer Nat "King" Cole, actress Anne Jeffreys, comic actors Milton Frome and Danny Dayton, the Borrah Minevitch Harmonica Rascals, the Magid Triplets, and dancer Hal LeRoy. A production number set to the comic tune "The People Who Make Noises in the Street" has cast members portraying someone who breaks the silence in the morning (jackhammer operator, trash collector, etc.). Cole performs a medley of his hits at the piano including "Paper Moon," "Mona Lisa," "Route 66," and "Too Young."
Miltie's scheduled guests include opera star Rise Stevens, pioneering radio vocalist Jessica Dragonette, band leader/singer Cab Calloway, and 1920s vocalist Rudy Vallee. Berle plays Father Time in a grocery store during the Christmas rush. The finale is a recreation of Vallee's old radio show featuring Dragonette and Calloway.