In the style of Milton Berle and Ed Sullivan, this Friday- night variety show starring Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca was designed in a style somewhere between Broadway and Vaudeville. Presenting a broad array of entertainment, from comedy acts to acrobatic and musical numbers, this program featured a large number of contemporary and future television stars. Written by
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Of the 19 episodes produced, at least 18 survive as kinescope recordings. Thus making this one of the oldest live television series for which a near-complete run is preserved. See more