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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Revenge with Music with Eddie Cantor

10 September 1950
Actor/dancer Tommy Wonder, opera soprano Yma Sumac, dancer Danny Daniels, Yiddish theatre star Joseph Buloff, Lew Hearn, Robert Gari, Jack Albertson, the ballet team of Val Buttingnol and Joy Williams, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jack Albertson ... Guest Actor

Joseph Buloff ... Himself - Yiddish Theater Actor

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Danny Daniels ... Himself - Dancer
Charlotte Fayne ... Herself
Robert Gari ... Himself
Janet Gaylord ... Guest Dancer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Yma Sumac ... Herself - Singer
Rudy Tone ... Guest Dancer
Lou Wills Jr. ... Guest Actor
Tommy Wonder ... Himself - Dancer
Helen Wood ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 2: Let's Face It with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis

17 September 1950
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests blonde bombshell Marilyn Maxwell, comic dancers Barr and Estes, J.C.McCord, Frank Gallop, Jean Carson, William McCutheon, vocal group The Honeydreamers, with Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean and Jerry disrupt a formal party, and do a stand-up as a man and woman reconciling after an argument. Maxwell performs "I Love the Guys" with dancers. Dean, a failing movie theater owner, forces a kid (played by Jerry) to buy a ticket. Backstage, Martin has a luxurious dressing room while Lewis has a janitor's closet. Dean sings "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter," "Frankie and Johnny," and "La Vie en Rose."

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself - Singer
Leonard Barr ... Himself - Comic Dancer (as Barr and Estes)
The Honeydreamers ... Themselves - Singers
J.C. McCord ... Himself
Frank Gallop ... Himself

Bill McCutcheon ... Himself (as William McCutcheon)

Jean Carson ... Herself (as Jean Carsons)

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

24 September 1950
Fred Allen hosts. His guests include actors Monte Woolley and Peter Donald, opera star Rise Stevens, ballet stars Sono Osato, Hugh Laing and Zachary Solov, Tony award winner David Burns, Fred Allen's radio co-horts Kenny Delmar, Minerva Pious, Parker Fennelly (supplying voices in a puppet version of "Allen's ALley") with Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Stevens joins Allen for a "Middle-town U.S.A." version of "Carmen." Wooley and Allen do a department store sketch. Burns follows Allen around and pre-tests his material for him.

Fred Allen ... Himself - Host
David Burns ... Himself - Singer
Kenny Delmar ... Himself - Comedian
Peter Donald ... Himself - Actor
Parker Fennelly ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Hugh Laing ... Himself - Ballet Dancer
Sono Osato ... Herself - Ballerina
Minerva Pious ... Herself - Comedian
Zachary Solov ... Himself - Ballet Dancer
Risë Stevens ... Herself - Opera Soprano

Monty Woolley ... Himself - Actor

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

1 October 1950
Bobby Clark hosts with songwriter Sig Romberg and actress Joan Blondell guesting. Clark plays a judge with a pea-shooter, and entertains snooty matrons at a Boston tea party. Romberg does a medley of songs he's composed.

Joan Blondell ... Herself - Comic Actress

Bobby Clark ... Himself - Host
Sigmund Romberg ... Himself - Songwriter

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

8 October 1950
Eddie Cantor makes a second appearance as the Colgate show host and performs a skit playing 'Maxie the Taxi' and later sings 'Dinah'.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

15 October 1950
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis serve as the Colgate show's hosts for a second time and invite the mayors of their hometowns to appear on the show.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Kitty Kallen ... Herself - Singer
The Skylarks ... Themselves - Singers
Ralph Villani ... Himself - Mayor of Newark, NJ
Walter Sterling ... Himself - Mayor of Stubenville, OH
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

22 October 1950
For Fred Allen's second time hosting the Colgate program, his guests include part of his regular radio program cast Peter Donald, Parker Fennelly and Portland Hoffa (Allen's wife). Other guests include the dancers Anthony, Allyn and Hodges and comedians Mort and Art Havel. Parker Fennelley plays his radio character Titus Moody in a sketch. Logan sings "Sunny Side of the Street" and joins Allen in a production take-off on "Brigadoon".

Fred Allen ... Himself - Host
Anthony Allyn and Hodges ... Themselves - Dancers
Peter Donald ... Himself - Comedian
Parker Fennelly ... Himself - Comedian
Arthur Havel ... Himself - Comedian (as Art Havel)
Morton Havel ... Himself - Comedian (as Mort Havel)
Portland Hoffa ... Herself - Comedian

Ella Logan ... Herself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

29 October 1950
Comedian Bobby Clark hosts "Michael Todd's Revue" sponsored by Frigidaire. Guests are singer Frances Langford, baseball announcer Mel Allen, tennis player Gussie Moran, Argentinian jugglers Atilio and Hector (The Peiro Brothers), and comedy act The Albins. Clark is judge in a courtroom sketch with Moran complaining someone had stolen her lacy underwear. Clark performs a comedy rendition of the poem "The Shooting of Dan McGrew." A stream of crazies keeps Clark from getting sleep in a hospital.

Bobby Clark ... Himself - Host
The Albins ... Themselves - Comedy Act

Mel Allen ... Himself - Sportscaster
Atilo and Hector ... Themselves - Argentinian Jugglers
Nelson Case ... Himself - Pitchman

Frances Langford ... Herself - Singer
Gussie Moran ... Herself - Tennis Player
The Pierro Brothers ... Themselves - Jugglers

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

5 November 1950
Eddie Cantor hosts with guests actor Robert Gari, comedian Charlie Cantor (no relation), dancers Fred and Sledge, Leslie Scott, Bil and Cora Baird's Marionettes, show's choreographer Dick Barstow, his wife Ida Cantor, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Cantor plays cab driver "Maxie the Taxi." Eddie and Charlie are in drag as a couple of housewives at a laundromat. Scott sings "Basin Street Blues" with Fred and Sledge dancing. Cantor is joined by his wife, Ida, in a tribute to their recently deceased friend Al Jolson; Gari performs as Jolson singing "Swanee".

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Bil Baird ... Himself - Puppeteer (as Bil and Cora Baird's Marionettes)
Cora Baird ... Herself - Puppeteer (as Bil and Cora Baird's Marionettes)
Richard Barstow ... Himself - Dancer
Charles Cantor ... Himself - Comedian (as Charlie Cantor)
Ida Tobias Cantor ... Herself (as Ida Cantor)
Fred and Sledge ... Themselves - Dancers

Roberto Gari ... Himself - Actor (as Robert Gari)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 10: Episode #1.10

12 November 1950
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests Kitty Kallen, actress Joyce Randoph, comic dancers Leonard Barr and Virginia Estes, comic actor (and Jerry Lewis impersonator) Sammy Petrillo, ballroom dancers De May and Moore, singers The Skylarks, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Kitty Kallen sings "Please Take Me Home" and "I Can't Give You Anything But Love". In a babysitting sketch, Joyce Randolph plays the mom, Jerry the dad, and Petrillo the baby. Another skit involves a dancing school.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jean Alexander ... Elizabeth - Dance Instructor
Leonard Barr ... Himself - Comic Dancer (as Barr and Estes)
De May and Moore ... Themselves - Dancers
Virginia Estes ... Herself - Comic Dancer (as Barr and Estes)

Kitty Kallen ... Herself - Singer

Sammy Petrillo ... Himself - Comic Actor

Joyce Randolph ... Herself - Comic Actress
The Skylarks ... Themselves - Singers
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 11: Fred Allen

19 November 1950
Fred Allen hosts with guests humorist/author H. Allen Smith; Tony award winning actress Sheila Bond; and Broadway performer Billy Tabbert.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Fred Allen ... Himself
Sheila Bond ... Herself - Actress
H. Allen Smith ... Himself
Bill Tabbert ... Himself - Broadway Performer (as Billy Tabbert)

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

26 November 1950
Bob Hope hosts this Frigidaire-sponsored episode. Guests are singer Jimmy Wakely, actress Marilyn Maxwell, vocalists The Taylor Maids, dance duo High Hatters, dancer Judy Kelly, Les Brown and his Band of Renown, and pitchman Nelson Case. Performing to an all-military audience, Hope opens with his usual monologue. High Hatters tap dance to "Me and My Shadow". Wakely performs "Lonesome Train" and duets with Hope on "Tumbling Tumbleweeds". In comedy sketches, Hope plays a show-off test pilot. He and Maxwell, as Mata Hari, do a spy skit featuring Hitler and Stalin doubles. The two duet on "Darn It, Baby, That's Love". Taylor Maids sing "Orange Colored Sky". Les Brown's band plays "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm".

Bob Hope ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Band Leader (as Les Brown and His Band of Renown)
Nelson Case ... Himself - Pitchman
The High Hatters ... Themselves - Dancers

Judy Kelly ... Herself - Dancer
Tailor Maids ... Themselves - Singers (as The Taylor Maids)

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself - Singer

Jimmy Wakely ... Himself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 13: Episode #1.13

3 December 1950
Eddie Cantor hosts with guests singer June Keegan, pianist Joe Bushkin, actors Jack Albertson, Dick Van Patten and Connie Sawyer, teeter-board acrobats The Armandis, and dancers Les Zoris (Robert Gross and Claudine Baudin). Sawyer and Cantor stumble around as a near-sighted couple. Cantor is joined by Albertson and Van Patten in a "Maxi the Taxi" sketch. Cantor is accompanied by Bushkin on "Ballin' the Jack" and "Dust Off That Old Piano". The finale, based on "Babes in Toyland," features Keegan singing a holiday tune.

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Jack Albertson ... Himself - Actor
The Armandis ... Themselves - Acrobats
Joe Bushkin ... Himself - Jazz Pianist
Junie Keegan ... Herself - Teen Singer (as June Keegan)

Connie Sawyer ... Herself - Actress

Dick Van Patten ... Himself - Actor
Les Zoris ... Themselves - Dancers

Season 1, Episode 14: Episode #1.14

10 December 1950
Comics/dancers Paul and Grace Hartman host an abbreviated version of their recent Broadway revue. In highlights, Patricia Bright complains that TV has stolen her husband, and Dorothy Jarmac interprets an abstract painting via dance.

Jack Albertson ... Himself
Patricia Bright ... Herself - 'Tickets Please!'

Warde Donovan ... Himself - 'Tickets Please!'
Grace Hartman ... Herself - Host (as The Hartmans)

Paul Hartman ... Himself - Host (as The Hartmans)
Mildred Hughes ... Herself - Cast Member of 'Tickets Please!'
Dorothy Jarnac ... Herself - 'Tickets Please!'
Bill Norvas ... Himself
The Upstarts ... Themselves - Cast Members of 'Tickets Please!'
Tommy Wonder ... Himself - 'Tickets Please!'

Season 1, Episode 15: Episode #1.15

17 December 1950
Fred Allen's guests are comic Doc Rockwell, acrobats the Christianis, opera singer Eileen Farrell, and, from Allen's radio show, Minerva Pious, Kenny Delmar, Peter Donald, and Parker Fennelly. With Al Goodman and his orchestra. Eileen Farrell performs a song from "Madame Butterfly". Sketches include Allen as Santa refusing to make his yearly rounds because of the state of the world. There's a murder trial involving hillbillies in rural Maine. Also, a sketch shows a nine-year-old who's gotten all his knowledge from television.

Fred Allen ... Himself
The Christianis ... Themselves - Acrobats
Kenny Delmar ... Himself - Comedian
Peter Donald ... Himself - Comedian
Eileen Farrell ... Herself - Opera Singer
Parker Fennelly ... Himself - Comedian
Minerva Pious ... Herself - Comedian
George 'Doc' Rockwell ... Himself - Comedian (as Doc Rockwell)

Season 1, Episode 16: Bob Hope

24 December 1950
Guests include opera star Lily Pons; Elanor Roosevelt; Bob Cummings; harpist Robert Maxwell; New York Mayor Vincent Impellitteri; the Boys' Choir from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine; and Charles Sandford and his Orchestra.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine Boys Choir ... Themselves

Robert Cummings ... Himself (as Bob Cummings)

Bob Hope ... Himself
Vincent R. Impellitteri ... Himself
Robert Maxwell ... Himself

Lily Pons ... Herself

Eleanor Roosevelt ... Herself
Charles Sanford ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 17: Eddie Cantor

31 December 1950
Danny Thomas, Ed Wynn and Sigmund Romberg.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Eddie Cantor ... Himself
Sigmund Romberg ... Himself - Composer

Danny Thomas ... Himself - Comedian

Ed Wynn ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 18: Episode #1.18

7 January 1951
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello host with guests singer Evelyn Knight, dancer Hal Le Roy, specialty act Paul Remos and his Toy Boys, the Jimmy Ford Four, Art and Mort Havel, Patricia Shea, Valerie de Cadenet, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra. The boys do their "Hot dog and Mustard" monologue. As a sailor, Hal Le Roy dances and flirts while on liberty. At a carnival midway, Abbott fleeces Costello in their "Shell Game" routine. The Jimmy Ford Four lip sync comedy to "Cocktails for Two." Lou checks into Dr. Abbott's sanitarium for needed rest; instead he's harassed non-stop by a parade of lunatics.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host
Evelyn Knight ... Herself - Singer

Hal Le Roy ... Himself - Dancer
Paul Remos ... Himself (as Paul Remos and His Toy Boys)
The Jimmy Ford Four ... Themselves
Arthur Havel ... Himself (as Art Havel)
Morton Havel ... Himself (as Mort Havel)
Patricia Shea ... Herself
Valerie de Cadenet ... Herself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Don Pardo ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Episode #1.19

14 January 1951
Jerry Lester hosts with the regular cast of his series "Broadway Open House": David Street, Dagmar, Milton DeLugg, The Mello-Larks, and Wayne Howell. Guests are Kukla, Fran and Ollie, Fred Allen, and actors Pat O'Brien and Joan Bennett. Allen and Lester participate in one of Dagmar's plays. Lester does a take-off on radio giveaway shows.
Jerry Lester ... Himself - Host

Fred Allen ... Himself - Comedian

Fran Allison ... Herself - Actress

Joan Bennett ... Herself - Actress
Dagmar ... Herself - Comedian
Milton Delugg ... Himself - Bandleader
Wayne Howell ... Himself - Announcer
Kukla ... Himself - Clown Puppet
The Mello-Larks ... Themselves - Singers
Ollie ... Himself - Dragon Puppet
David Street ... Himself - Actor / Singer

Burr Tillstrom ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Bobby Clark

21 January 1951
Julie Wilson; Willie, West and McGinty; The Maxwells; Miriam Wakefield; Bobby Lane and Claire; Jack Mann; Dick Dana; and Tom Jones and his Orchestra.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Claire ... Herself - Dancer

Bobby Clark ... Himself
Dick Dana ... Himself
Tom Jones ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Bobby Lane ... Himself - Dancer
Jack Mann ... Himself - Comedian
The Maxwells ... Themselves - Acrobats
Miriam Wakefield ... Herself
Willie West and McGinty ... Themselves - Slapstick Comedians
Julie Wilson ... Herself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 21: Eddie Cantor

28 January 1951
Lee Fairfax, Basil O'Connor, Dave Powell, Joe Marks, and Estelle Sloan.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Eddie Cantor ... Himself
Lee Fairfax ... Himself
Joe E. Marks ... Himself - Actor (as Joe Marks)
Basil O'Connor ... Himself
Dave Powell ... Himself
Estelle Sloan ... Herself - Dancer

Season 1, Episode 22: Martin & Lewis

4 February 1951
Polly Bergen, Mary Ann Niles, Bob Fosse, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Polly Bergen ... Herself - Actress

Bob Fosse ... Himself - Dancer
Frank Gallop ... Himself - On-Stage Announcer
Mary Ann Niles ... Herself - Dancer
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 23: The Spike Jones Show

11 February 1951
The City Slickers, George Rock, Sir Frederick Gas, Freddy and Dick Morgan, Bill King, The Wayne Marlin Trio, Lois Ray, Gale Robbins, and Laverne Pearson Note: There was also a cameo appearance by the Today Show's Dave Garroway.
Dave Garroway ... Himself
Helen Grayco ... Herself
LaVerne Pearson ... Herself
Jan Peerce ... Himself

Gale Robbins ... Herself
Spike Jones and His City Slickers ... Themselves

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Announcer
The Wayne Marlin Trio ... Themselves
Edward F. Cline ... Laughing Cameraman (uncredited)
Joe Siracusa ... Tommy Handbill (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Would-Be Gentleman

18 February 1951
Bobby Clark hosts this episode which was based on a 1946 Broadway show called 'Would-Be Gentleman'. Clark adapted the book for the performance based on a play written by Moliere.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Walter Abel

Mary Boland
Nelson Case
Sarah Churchill ... The Marquise

Bobby Clark ... Himself

Basil Rathbone ... Count Durand
Danny Scholl

Fran Warren

Season 1, Episode 25: Episode #1.25

25 February 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jack Albertson ... Himself
The Baird Puppets ... Themselves, Puppet Act (as The Bil Baird Puppets)

Bil Baird ... Himself - Puppeteer
Cora Baird ... Herself - Puppeteer
Chris Barbery
Charles Cantor ... Himself - Comedian (as Charlie Cantor)

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Lena Horne ... Herself - Singer
Phil Kramer ... Himself - Actor
Landre and Verna ... Themselves - Dancers

Season 1, Episode 26: Episode #1.26

4 March 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

The Andrews Sisters ... Themselves

Milton Berle ... Himself

Tony Martin ... Himself
Leonard Sues ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 27: Episode #1.27

11 March 1951
Abbott and Costello recreate some of their most famous skits including "Who's on First?" and "The Haunted Candle" and do a burlesque on the opera "Carmen."

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host
Jarmila Novotna ... Herself / Restaurant Owner

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Frankenstein Monster (as Lon Chaney)

Sid Fields ... Uncle Charlie / Carmen's Father
Jesse James and Carnell ... Themselves - Dancers
Ann Thomas

Milton Frome ... Col. Frome / Det. Murphy / restaurant Patron (as Milt Frome)
Gregg Sherwood ... Herself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

James Nolan ... Himself - Palmolive Spokesman

Don Pardo ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: Episode #1.28

18 March 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Valerie Bettis ... Herself - Dancer
Nelson Case ... Himself - Actor

Wally Cox ... Himself

Rex Harrison ... Himself - Actor

Beatrice Lillie ... Herself
Jean Sablon ... Himself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 29: Episode #1.29

25 March 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Comic Actor / Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Comic Actor / Singer
George C. Marshall ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 30: Episode #1.30

1 April 1951
Host Eddie Cantor's celebrity guests are singers Eddie Fisher and Marion Colby. Eddie's spotlight on "future stars" features opera singer Evelyn Gould, young singer/dancer Joel Grey, actor/vocalist William Warfield, comics Tony and Eddie who lip sync to records, classical violinist Miche'le Auclair, and dancers Gehrig and Weismuller.

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Singer
Marion Colby ... Herself - Singer

Joel Grey ... Himself - Singer / Dancer
Gehrig and Weismuller ... Themselves - Dancers
Phyllis Gehrig ... Herself - Dancer (as Gehrig and Weissmuller)
Don Weissmuller ... Himself - Dancer (as Gehrig and Weissmuller)
William Warfield ... Himself - Singer
Miche'le Auclair ... Herself - Classical Violinist
Tony and Eddie ... Themselves - Comic Lip Sync

Don Pardo ... Himself - Announcer
Evelyn Gould ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 31: Episode #1.31

8 April 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Sid Caesar ... Himself

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Imogene Coca ... Herself

Jimmy Durante ... Himself

Faye Emerson ... Herself

Jinx Falkenburg ... Herself (as Jinx McCrary)

Rex Harrison ... Himself

Bob Hope ... Himself
Tex McCrary ... Himself

Ken Murray ... Himself

Janis Paige ... Herself

Lilli Palmer ... Herself
Frank 'Sugar Chile' Robinson ... Himself (as Frank Robinson)
Toots Shor ... Himself

Frank Sinatra ... Himself - Singer

Arthur Treacher ... Himself

Ed Wynn ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 32: Episode #1.32

15 April 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Fred Allen ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Arthur Havel ... Himself - Comedian (as Art Havel)
Morton Havel ... Himself - Comedian (as Mort Havel)

Celeste Holm ... Herself - Actress
Peanuts Hucko ... Himself - Jazz Clarinetist
Kathryn Lee ... Herself - Ballerina

Richard Loo ... Himself - Actor

Lynn Loring ... Herself - Actress

Tony Martin ... Himself

Joe Silver ... Himself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 33: Episode #1.33

22 April 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Charles Cantor ... Himself (as Charlie Cantor)

Eddie Cantor ... Himself
Joan Fields ... Herself
Robert Gari ... Himself
Gehrig and Weismuller ... Themselves - Dancers

Anne Jeffreys ... Herself - Actress
Hal Loman ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 34: Episode #1.34

29 April 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Vivian Blaine ... Herself - Singer
Joey Faye ... Himself - Comedian

Bob Fosse ... Himself - Dancer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Ladd Lyon ... Himself
Mary Ann Niles ... Herself - Dancer
Helen O'Connell ... Herself - Singer

Phil Silvers ... Himself
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Announcer

Season 1, Episode 35: Episode #1.35

6 May 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Vivian Blaine ... Herself - Singer
Joey Faye ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Phil Silvers ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 36: Episode #1.36

13 May 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Wally Cox ... Himself
Helen Gallagher ... Herself - Singer

Dick Haymes ... Himself - Singer
Harold Lang ... Himself - Singer

Beatrice Lillie ... Herself

Victor Moore ... Himself - Actor

Season 1, Episode 37: Episode #1.37

20 May 1951
Sketches include a hospital bit with Dean as the doctor and Jerry as his intern, and fancy dinner party with Dean and Jerry making a mess of things. Includes special guests Jane Morgan, Bob Fosse and Mary Ann Niles.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jane Weintraub ... Herself - Singer (as Jane Morgan)

Bob Fosse ... Himself - Dancer
Mary Ann Niles ... Herself - Dancer

Eddie Cantor ... Himself
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 1, Episode 38: Episode #1.38

27 May 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Charles Cantor ... Himself - Comedian (as Charlie Cantor)

Eddie Cantor ... Himself
Herbert Coleman ... Himself
Monsieur Crayon ... Himself

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Cameo Appearance

Joel Grey ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Connie Haines ... Herself - Singer

Joe Silver ... Himself - Actor
Lou Wills Jr. ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 39: Episode #1.39

3 June 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comic Actor

Tony Curtis ... Himself - Cameo Appearance
The DeMarco Sisters ... Themselves

Tommy Farrell ... Himself - Actor
The Johnny Conrad Dancers ... Themselves
Sonny King ... Himself
Rosette Shaw ... Herself
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Sid Raymond ... Student-Acting School Sketch (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 40: Episode #1.40

10 June 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Fred Allen ... Himself - Comedian

Vivian Blaine ... Herself - Singer

Joan Carroll ... Herself
Helen Gallagher ... Herself

Jackie Gleason ... Himself
Harold Lang ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 41: Episode #1.41

17 June 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Milton Berle ... Himself
Vicki Berle ... Herself
Marilyn Cantor Baker ... Herself (as Marilyn Cantor)

Eddie Cantor ... Himself
Ida Tobias Cantor ... Herself (as Ida Cantor)
Dagmar ... Herself

Phil Foster ... Himself
Junie Keegan ... Herself

Jack E. Leonard ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 42: Episode #1.42

24 June 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Janis Paige ... Herself - Singer
The Johnny Conrad Dancers ... Themselves - Dancers
Danny Arnold ... Himself

Joe Louis ... Himself - Cameo Appearance

Tony Martin ... Himself - Cameo Appearance
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Don Pardo ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

2 September 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Art Carney ... Sedgewick van Gleason
The Esther Junger Dancers ... Themselves - Dancers

Jackie Gleason ... Himself / the Poor Soul / Reginald van Gleason III

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Johnny Johnston ... Himself - Singer

Rose Marie ... Herself - Comedian
Abe Simon ... Himself - Pro Boxer

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

9 September 1951


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Barbara Ashley ... Herself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Billy Gray ... Himself - Actor (as Bill Gray)
Aura Levitas ... Herself - Dancer (as Aura Vainio)
Stanley Prager ... Himself - Actor

Cesar Romero ... Himself - Actor
Jimmy Russell ... Himself - Dancer
Siri ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 3: Episode #2.3

16 September 1951


Spike Jones ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The City Slickers ... Themselves
Helen Grayco ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jan Peerce ... Himself - Opera Singer
The Wayne Marlin Trio ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 4: Episode #2.4

23 September 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Ezio Pinza ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Milton Berle ... Himself
Jerry Mahoney ... Himself - Ventriloquist's Dummy

Colette Marchand ... Herself

Paul Winchell ... Himself
Martha Wright ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 5: Episode #2.5

30 September 1951


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Ida Tobias Cantor ... Herself (as Ida Cantor)

Sid Fields ... Himself
Martin Freed ... Himself - Pianist

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Judy Kelly ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jack Slattery ... Himself - Announcer

Ernie Stewart ... Himself - Pianist

Season 2, Episode 6: Episode #2.6

7 October 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Walter Catlett ... Himself - Producer

Arlene Dahl ... Herself - Actress

Douglas Fowley ... Himself
Mary Hatcher ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Margaret Lindsay ... Herself - Commercial
Sidney Miller ... Himself

George Tobias ... Himself
The Ungar Twins ... Themselves

Ed Wynn ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 7: Episode #2.7

14 October 1951


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host
Peter Conlow ... Himself
Murray Leonard ... Mr. Storm

Margaret Lindsay ... Herself
Gloria Patrice ... Herself

Phil Regan ... Himself

Joe Silver ... Mugger / Parson

Gale Storm ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

21 October 1951


Jack Carson ... Himself

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Robert Alda ... Himself - Singer / Actor
Dean Elliott ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Betty Garrett ... Herself - Actress
The Honey Brothers ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

28 October 1951


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The Caprino Sisters ... Themselves

Verna Felton ... Herself - Actress

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Sheilah Graham ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Gloria Pall ... Herself

Cesar Romero ... Himself - Actor
Nolie Miller ... Dancer (1951-1952) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Episode #2.10

4 November 1951
Jerry plays Dean's life-sized dummy as they pass themselves off as a ventriloquism act for a talent agent. Dean sings "Solitaire" and Jerry lip-syncs to "Be My Love." Jerry goes undercover at a prison to crack the scheme of a couple of tough prisoners and causes chaos. Dandridge sings "Blow Out the Candle." In the finale, Dean attempts to sing as Jerry conducts/disrupts the orchestra.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Dorothy Dandridge ... Herself - Singer
Danny Arnold ... Himself
Bob Mayo ... Himself - Dancer
Eddie Mayo ... Himself - Dancer

Donald MacBride ... Himself - Comic Actor
Marion Marshall ... Herself - Actress
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Jimmy Wallington ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 11: Episode #2.11

11 November 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Yvonne De Carlo ... Herself
Jane Easton ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Harpo Marx ... Himself
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)
Pat Patrick ... Himself
Roger Price ... Himself

Gale Robbins ... Herself
Wilda Taylor ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 12: Episode #2.12

18 November 1951


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host

Louis Armstrong ... Himself - Trumpet Player / Singer

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Joe Kirk ... Himself - Comic Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Pied Pipers ... Themselves - Singers

George Raft ... Himself - Actor
Rosette Shaw ... Herself - Singer
Nolie Miller ... Dancer (1951-1952) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Episode #2.13

25 November 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 14: Episode #2.14

2 December 1951
Bob Hope hosts this AGVA salute to the return of vaudeville. His guests include Marilyn Maxwell, singer Bob Crosby, comic actors Eddie Bracken and Frank Faylen, Georgie Price, singer Toni Arden, comic Pat C. Flick, juggler Wally Blair, dancer Lita Baron and Billy Daniel, cyclist Joe Mole, dance act The Rio Brothers, and The Skylarks. Hope does a monologue and plays a TV surgeon in an operating room sketch. Crosby sings "Silver Bells." Faylen and Bracken play vacuum cleaner salesman. Price sings "Laugh, Clown, Laugh" and impersonates George M. Cohan in the finale with the cast singing "Auld Lang Syne."

Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Eddie Bracken ... Himself - Comic Actor

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself - Singer

Bob Crosby ... Himself - Singer
Georgie Price ... Himself - Comedian
Toni Arden ... Herself - Singer

Frank Faylen ... Himself - Comic Actor
Billy Daniel ... Himself - Dancer (as Billy Daniel)

Lita Baron ... Herself - Dancer
The Skylarks ... Themselves - Singers
Wally Blair ... Himself - Juggler
Pat C. Flick ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Joe Mole ... Himself - Bicyclist
Rio Brothers ... Themselves - Dancers (as The Rio Brothers)

Season 2, Episode 15: Episode #2.15

9 December 1951


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Larry J. Blake ... Himself - Comedian
Nelson Brown ... Himself - Drummer
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Eileen Nilsson ... Herself - Singer (as The Nilsson Twins)
Elsa Nilsson ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 16: Episode #2.16

16 December 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jack Paar ... Himself - Host

Dale Evans ... Herself - Singer

Larry Fine ... Himself - Comic Actor (as The Three Stooges)

Moe Howard ... Himself - Comic Actor (as The Three Stooges)

Shemp Howard ... Himself - Comic Actor (as The Three Stooges)

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Carmen Miranda ... Herself - Singer

Roy Rogers ... Himself - Singer

Trigger ... Trigger
The Whippoorwills ... Themselves

Alan Young ... Himself - Comic Actor

Season 2, Episode 17: Episode #2.17

17 December 1951


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Actress

Bobby Breen ... Himself - Singer

Farley Granger ... Himself - Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Stuffy Singer ... Himself - Actor

Season 2, Episode 18: Episode #2.18

30 December 1951


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Margaret Dumont ... Herself
Danny Arnold ... Himself
Ray Malone ... Himself

Mike Mazurki ... Himself - Actor
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Eve Young ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 19: Episode #2.19

6 January 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Harpo Marx ... Himself
Sidney Miller ... Himself - Comic Actor (as Sid Miller)
Pat Patrick ... Himself - Comedian

Jack Pearl

Gale Robbins ... Herself

Joe E. Ross

Season 2, Episode 20: Episode #2.20

13 January 1952
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello host with guests actors Errol Flynn and Bruce Cabot, actress Rhonda Fleming, A & C stalwarts Sid Fields and Joe Kirk, The Pied Pipers, Al Goodman and his Orchestra, and a cameo by George Raft. On the way to work on Fleming's ranch, the boys encounter berserk Flynn doing the classic "Niagra Falls" routine ("Slowly I turn, step by step..."). Lou attempts to milk a cow, and he and Bud get the giggles, start ad libbing, and start spitting milk at each other. Sheriff Lou battles bad guy Flynn in a saloon. Rhonda Fleming performs "Don't Blame Me" and "I'm in Love With a Wonderful Guy."

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host

Errol Flynn ... Himself - Actor

Rhonda Fleming ... Herself - Actress

Bruce Cabot ... Himself -Actor

Sid Fields ... Himself - Supporting Player
Joe Kirk ... Himself - Supporting Player
The Pied Pipers ... Themselves - Singers

Bobby Barber ... Guy with price on his head
Milt Bronson ... Extra in saloon
Chris Costello ... Child in audience

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader (uncredited)

George Raft ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Episode #2.21

20 January 1952
Eddie Cantor hosts with guests actress Adele Jergens, Robert Clary, actor Jimmy Dobson, actress Shirley Mitchell, Doris Singleton, child dancer Sharon Baird, Herman McCoy's UCLA Swing Choir, a cameo from Kirk Douglas, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Eddie enrolls at UCLA as a freshman in this musical comedy. He moves on campus and accidentally knocks out the football star, then learns French from student Robert Clary. During the school's Varsity Show, the UCLA Swing Choir sings "Lullaby of Broadway" with a tribute to George Gershin featuring Cantor in blackface. Eddie plays the Kirk Douglas role in a spoof of "Detective Story."

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Adele Jergens ... Herself - Actress

Robert Clary ... Himself - Singer
James Dobson ... Himself - Actor (as Jimmy Dobson)

Shirley Mitchell ... Herself - Actress

Doris Singleton ... Herself - Comic Actress
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Dancer
The U.C.L.A. Swing Choir ... Themselves - Singers (as Herman McCoy's U.C.L.A. Swing Choir)

Kirk Douglas ... Himself - Actor

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Arthur Q. Bryan ... Sketch Performer

Esther Dale ... Sketch Performer
Gil Herman ... Sketch Performer
Herman McCoy ... Himself - Choir Leader (as Herman McCoy's U.C.L.A. Swing Choir)

Robert Osterloh ... Sketch Performer
Michael Ross ... Sketch Performer

Jayne Meadows ... Herself, Actress - Shampoo Commerical (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Episode #2.22

27 January 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Danny Thomas ... Himself - Host
Bruce Cameron ... Acrobat
Paul Dubov ... Himself (unconfirmed)
Gil Herman ... Himself
Joan Holloway ... Herself

Dorothy Lamour ... Herself
Bunny Lewbel ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
George Milan ... Himself
Walter Pietila ... Acrobat
Russell Saunders ... Acrobat

Season 2, Episode 23: Episode #2.23

3 February 1952
Episode highlights include Donald O'Connor performing a song-and-dance about women's hats, Ben Blue starring in a sketch about the upper berth in a train's sleeping compartment, a songwriter sketch featuring suffering partners O'Connor and Sid Miller and a big production number featuring O'Connor and Scatman Crothers based on the song, "The Birth of the Blues".

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Corinne Calvet ... Sketch Actress
Kay Starr ... Herself - Singer

Ben Blue ... Sketch Actor
Gwen Carter ... Sketch Actress
Sidney Miller ... Songwriter (as Sid Miller)
Frank Nelson ... Mailman

Scatman Crothers ... Sketch Actor
Donna O'Connor ... Herself
Bobbi Martin ... Sketch Actress
Sid Slate ... Himself
Jimmy Cross ... Sketch Actor
Marie Cochran ... Sketch Actress

Season 2, Episode 24: Episode #2.24

10 February 1952
Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis perform at the Mayhem Annual Awards Dinner. Jerry introduces Dean singing, "When You're Smiling." We see the personal lives of Jerry and Dean at home. Dean hires Jerry as a soda jerk.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comic Actor
Marilyn Borden ... Herself - Dancer (as The Borden Twins)
Rosalyn Borden ... Herself - Dancer (as The Borden Twins)
Jil Jarmyn ... Herself - Singer (as Jill Jarmon)

Norman Lear ... Himself

Sheldon Leonard ... Himself - Actor
Ray Malone ... Himself - Dancer

Mike Mazurki ... Himself - Actor
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 2, Episode 25: Episode #2.25

17 February 1952


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Danny Thomas ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself
The Beatrice Kraft Dancers ... Themselves - Dancers

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself (as Will Maston Trio)
Grace Hartman ... Herself - Dancer
Bunny Lewbel ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself (as Will Maston Trio)

Carmen Miranda ... Herself - Singer

Shirley Mitchell ... Herself
Reggie Rymal ... Himself

Doris Singleton ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 26: Episode #2.26

24 February 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Danny Thomas ... Himself - Host

Florence Bates ... Herself
The Beatrice Kraft Dancers
Grace Hartman

Adele Jergens ... Herself
Bunny Lewbel

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Carmen Miranda ... Herself
William Skipper ... Himself (as Bill Skipper)

Season 2, Episode 27: Episode #2.27

2 March 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Broderick Crawford ... Himself - Actor

Eddie Gribbon ... Himself - Comic Actor

Buster Keaton ... Himself

Cecil Kellaway ... Himself - Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself - Comedian (as Sid Miller)

Patricia Morison ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 28: Episode #2.28

9 March 1952


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Herself
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Actress
Mabel Butterworth ... Herself - Actress

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer (as The Will Maston Trio)
Dorothy Kirsten ... Herself
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Martha Stewart ... Herself - Singer
George Tapps ... Himself - Tap Dancer (as Georgie Tapps)

Harry von Zell ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 29: Episode #2.29

16 March 1952


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Actress
Mabel Butterworth ... Herself - Actress

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer (as The Will Maston Trio)
Dorothy Kirsten ... Herself - Opera Singer / Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer (as The Will Maston Trio)
Betsy Mills ... Herself - harpist / singer

Harry von Zell ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 30: Episode #2.30

23 March 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Danny Lewis ... Himself - Singer
Tommy Wonder ... Himself - Dancer
Margaret Banks ... Herself
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comedian
Elizabeth Root ... Herself - Actress

Gail Bonney ... Herself - Actress
Peter J. Votrian ... Himself - Actor (as Peter Votrian)
Harvey B. Dunn ... Himself - Actor (as Harvey Dunn)
Ruth Dazzo ... Herself - Actress
Sarah Bacon ... Herself - Actress
Linda Williams ... Herself - Actress
Evelyn Lovequist ... Herself - Actress
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Norman Lear ... Himself - Technician (uncredited)
Ed Simmons ... Himself - 'Technician' #2 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: Episode #2.31

30 March 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Tony Martin ... Himself - Host / Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Chico Marx ... Himself - Comedian / Pianist

Harpo Marx ... Himself - Comedian / Harpist
The St. Paul Choir ... Themselves - Singers
Kay Starr ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 32: Episode #2.32

6 April 1952
Abbott Costello do several of their burlesque routines with their usual supporting players and play host to screen great Chales Laughton.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host (as Abbott and Costello)

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host (as Abbott and Costello)

Charles Laughton ... Himself - Actor
Isabel Bigley ... Herself - Singer
Johnny Conrad ... Himself - Dancer (as Johnny Conrad and His Dancers)
Anita Anton ... Herself - Actress

Bobby Barber ... Stinky / Restaurant diner
Milt Bronson ... French Horn Player
Helen Donaldson ... Herself - Actress

Sid Fields ... Butler / Jack L. Warner
Alex Fossell ... Himself

Milton Frome ... Mr. Groh / Waiter

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Joe Kirk ... Mr. Bacciagalupe / Cop
Jill Kraft ... Herself - Actress

Sylvia Lewis ... Dancer

Margaret Lindsay ... Herself - Halo Shampoo Commercial
Larri Thomas ... Model in Halo commercial
Three Beaus and a Peep ... Themselves - Singers

Season 2, Episode 33: Episode #2.33

13 April 1952


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Actress

Dave Barry ... Himself - Comedian

Joe E. Brown ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Constance Moore ... Herself - Singer / Actress

Season 2, Episode 34: Episode #2.34

20 April 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Ben Blue ... Himself
Mindy Carson ... Herself - Singer

Andy Devine ... Himself - Comic Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself - Comedian (as Sid Miller)

Alan Reed ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 35: Episode #2.35

27 April 1952
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests singer Kitty Kallen, dancers The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, Harvey Wheelwick, with announcer Hal Sawyer. Jerry tries to get a part in the "Birdwheel Frolics of 1952" by crashing a kids' singing act, the chorus line, and by playing Marlon Brando as "The Continental." Dean and Jerry talk loudly at a librarians' convention. Dean and Kitty's duet is ruined when Jerry joins in. Dean smuggles Jerry aboard a very bouncy cruise ship. The boys dance with the Step Brothers.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Kitty Kallen ... Herself - Singer
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Sketch Actor
Harvey Wheelwick ... Himself
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 36: Episode #2.36

4 May 1952


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host (as Abbott and Costello)

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host (as Abbott and Costello)
The Ashtons ... Themselves

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Comic Actor

Tony Bavaar ... Himself - Broadway Performer
Charlie Bollinder ... Himself
Jean Cleveland ... Herself
Gemze De Lappe ... Herself - Dancer

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comedian

Dorothy Ford ... Tall Girl

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Joe Kirk ... Himself - Comic Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sport Morgan ... Himself

Don Pardo ... Himself - Announcer
Three Beaus and a Peep ... Themselves - Singers

Monique van Vooren ... Herself - Actress

Vera Zorina ... Herself - Ballerina

Season 2, Episode 37: Episode #2.37

11 May 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Scatman Crothers ... Himself
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Anthony Dexter ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Hedy Lamarr ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian
Sidney Miller ... Himself - Comic Actor (as Sid Miller)

Martha Tilton ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 38: Episode #2.38

18 May 1952


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Rusty Draper ... Himself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Guest Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Cesar Romero ... Himself - Actor
The Szonys ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 39: Episode #2.39

25 May 1952


Ben Blue ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves (as The Step Brothers)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Ann Sheridan ... Herself - Actress
The Whippoorwills ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 40: Episode #2.40

1 June 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Herb Shriner ... Himself - Host

Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Lily Pons ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 41: Episode #2.41

8 June 1952


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Harry Akst ... Himself
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Dancer
Nacio Herb Brown ... Himself
Ida Tobias Cantor ... Herself (as Ida Cantor)
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself
Johnny Dugan ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jay Livingston ... Himself
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian
Jimmy McHugh ... Himself

Pat O'Brien ... Himself - Actor

Harry Ruby ... Himself
Kay Starr ... Herself - Singer

Danny Thomas ... Himself

Harry von Zell ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 42: Episode #2.42

15 June 1952


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Paul Douglas ... Himself - Actor
June Hutton ... Herself - Singer
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Johnny Mack ... Himself - Dancer
Randy Merriman ... Himself

Bess Myerson ... Herself

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Episode #3.1

21 September 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself - Singer
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comedian

Sara Berner ... Herself - Actress
Harvey Birdbox ... Himself
Harry Lang ... Himself - Comic Actor
Elsie Baker ... Herself - Actress
Joseph Waring ... Himself - Actor
George Milan ... Himself - Actor
Byron Kane ... Himself - Actor
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 3, Episode 2: Episode #3.2

28 September 1952


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Dancer
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comedian

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchertra Leader

Dorothy Lamour ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)
Henry Slate ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 3: Episode #3.3

5 October 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Ben Blue ... Himself

Andy Clyde ... Himself

Chester Conklin ... Himself

Broderick Crawford ... Himself

Scatman Crothers ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Eddie Gribbon ... Himself
Lisa Kirk ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 4: Episode #3.4

12 October 1952


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jeanne Carmen ... Herself
James Clark ... Himself (as The Clark Brothers)
Steve Clark ... Himself (as The Clark Brothers)

Connie Haines ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Fred MacMurray ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 5: Episode #3.5

19 October 1952
Abbott & Costello train to Broadway from Hollywood with Lizabeth Scott to appear in her new play. En route Gisele McKenzie sings "Just One of Those Things." The Dassies perform a dazzling comedy acrobatic act.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Comic Actor
Milt Bronson ... Himself - Comic Actor
Ruth Costello ... Herself - Dancer
The Dassies ... Themselves - Acrobats (as Les Dassie)
Igor Dega ... Himself - Dancer

Dudley Dickerson ... Himself - Comic Actor

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor
The Four Pipers ... Themselves

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Gisele MacKenzie ... Herself

Lizabeth Scott ... Herself - Actress

Season 3, Episode 6: Episode #3.6

26 October 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Ben Blue ... Himself

Andy Clyde ... Himself - Comic Actor

Chester Conklin ... Himself - Comic Actor

Broderick Crawford ... Himself - Actor

Scatman Crothers ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Eddie Gribbon ... Himself - Comic Actor
Lisa Kirk ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)

Season 3, Episode 7: Episode #3.7

2 November 1952


Judy Canova ... Herself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Hans Conried ... Himself
Charles Dent ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Zsa Zsa Gabor ... Herself
The Lancers ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Liberace ... Himself
Carl Ravazza ... Himself

Cesar Romero ... Himself
William Meader ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Episode #3.8

9 November 1952


Bob Hope ... Himself

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves (as The Step Brothers)

Bill Goodwin ... Himself
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 9: Episode #3.9

16 November 1952


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

The Bell Sisters ... Themselves - Singers
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Ben Lessy ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian
Sidney Miller ... Himself - Comic Actor (as Sid Miller)
Patti Moore ... Herself

Ann Sheridan ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 10: Episode #3.10

23 November 1952


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host
Fisher and Ross ... Themselves - Dancers

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Schaller Brothers ... Themselves (as The Shaller Brothers)

Season 3, Episode 11: Episode #3.11

30 November 1952
The first skit has a gigantic TV being shown to NBC executives, where Dean and Jerry interact with their onscreen selves, then a school for Tarzans is run by Dean, and Jerry's an unlikely student. The last sketch has Jerry as a spoiled rotten kid that makes bizarre science experiments.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Danny Arnold ... Sketch Actor

Kitty Kallen ... Herself - Singer
Peppy Mano ... Himself
Max Palmer ... Sketch Actor
Rose Plumer ... Sketch Actress
Hal Sawyer ... Announcer
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Robert Strauss ... Angry father

Season 3, Episode 12: Episode #3.12

7 December 1952


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Frances Langford ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian

Tony Martin ... Himself - Singer
Bob Sweeney ... Himself - Comedian

Season 3, Episode 13: Abbott & Costello

14 December 1952
It's Christmas, what better way than to celebrate with Abbott and Costello.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host (as Abbott)

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host (as Costello)

Margaret Whiting ... Herself
Fayard Nicholas ... Himself (as The Nicholas Brothers)
Harold Nicholas ... Himself (as The Nicholas Brothers)
Buster Shaver ... Himself (as Buster Shaver and Olive)
Olive Brasno ... Herself (as Buster Shaver and Olive)
Tom and Jerry ... Themselves - Acrobats
The Four Pipers ... Themselves - Singers

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor

Dorothy Granger ... Herself - Actress
The Hollywood Stunt Group ... Themselves

Gordon Jones ... Himself - Actor
Jack Lomas ... Himself - Actor

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Comic Actor

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 14: Episode #3.14

21 December 1952


Ray Bolger ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Roger De Koven ... Himself (as Roger DeKoven)
Betty Kean ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Don Pardo ... Himself - Announcer

Billy Sands ... Himself
Risë Stevens ... Herself - Opera Singer (as Rise Stevens)

Season 3, Episode 15: Episode #3.15

28 December 1952


Ben Blue ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Phil Harris ... Himself - Singer

Hedy Lamarr ... Herself - Actress

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 16: Episode #3.16

4 January 1953


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jack Buchanan ... Himself
Don Cherry ... Himself - Singer

Bing Crosby ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 17: Episode #3.17

11 January 1953
Abbott & Costello host a mock Inaugural Ball for new President Eisenhower. Includes a hilarious recital by Victor Borge sending up outgoing President Truman and his piano-playing daughter Margaret. As Gisele McKenzie checks into Washington hotel, fans recognize her, so she performs a song for them.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Comic Actor

Victor Borge ... Himself

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor
The Four Pipers ... Themselves

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Grace Hartman ... Herself - Dancer
The Hollywood Stunt Group ... Themselves

Allan Jones ... Himself - Singer
Harry Lang ... Himself - Comic Actor

Sylvia Lewis ... Dancer

Gisele MacKenzie ... Herself
R.J. Otis and Abner ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 18: Episode #3.18

18 January 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Ticker Freeman ... Himself - Pianist
Martin Fried ... Himself - Pianist

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Joel Grey ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer

Dinah Shore ... Herself - Singer

Arnold Stang ... Himself - Sketch Actor
The Tokayers ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 19: Episode #3.19

25 January 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comedian

Jeff Chandler ... Himself - Actor (as Ira Grossel)
Gordon B. Clarke ... Himself - Actor
Ladd Lyon ... Himself
Ray Malone ... Himself - Actor

Connie Russell ... Herself
Ruth Saville ... Herself - Actress
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Bernie Schwartz ... Himself
Patricia Shay ... Herself - Actress (as Pat Shay)
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Ralph Stantley ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 20: Episode #3.20

1 February 1953


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The Blackburn Twins ... Themselves
Les Brown ... Himself
Marion Colby ... Herself - Singer

Nelson Eddy ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Monte Montano ... Himself
Bob Sweeney ... Himself - Comic Actor

Margaret Whiting ... Herself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 21: Episode #3.21

8 February 1953


Ben Blue ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Mimi Benzell ... Herself - Singer
Jerry Bergen ... Himself

Bob Crosby ... Himself - Singer

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor

June Havoc ... Herself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Sportsmen Quartet ... Themselves
Snag Werris ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 22: Episode #3.22

15 February 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Dancer

Sara Berner ... Herself - Actress
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Billy Daniels ... Himself - Singer (as Billy Daniel)

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Frank Jenks ... Himself - Actor

Danny Kaye ... Hans Christian Anderson (archive footage)
Ray Kellogg ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Frank Loesser ... Himself
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian
Danny Richards Jr. ... Himself (as Danny Richards)

Connie Russell ... Herself
Ben Wrigley ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 23: Episode #3.23

22 February 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Corinne Calvet ... Herself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Coleen Gray ... Herself

The Ritz Brothers ... Themselves
Kay Starr ... Herself

Jack Webb ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 24: Episode #3.24

1 March 1953


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Robert Alda ... Himself - Actor

George Jessel ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Constance Moore ... Herself - Actress

Season 3, Episode 25: Episode #3.25

8 March 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Scatman Crothers ... Himself
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Cecil Kellaway ... Himself - Actor

Hedy Lamarr ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself - Singer
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)

Season 3, Episode 26: Episode #3.26

15 March 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Dancer

Billy Daniels ... Himself - Singer (as Billy Daniel)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

George Jessel ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Danny Richards Jr. ... Himself

Harry Ruby ... Himself

Connie Russell ... Herself
Bob Sweeney ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 27: Episode #3.27

22 March 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Bud Abbott ... Himself

Eddie Cantor ... Himself

Lou Costello ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Bob Hope ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)

Donald O'Connor ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 28: Episode #3.28

29 March 1953
The first skit shows Bob and Rosemary as a honeymoon couple with a domineering Admiral as sailor Bob's father-in-law, then a scene at Paramount where Bob shoots a scene with an over bearing army officer as an advisor, and last, Bob's a PFC with secret papers who's seduced by a beautiful spy.

Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

The Bell Sisters ... Themselves

Fred Clark ... Himself

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself

Mickey Rooney ... Himself

Joan Shawlee ... Herself
Bob Sweeney ... Himself
Hal Sawyer ... Announcer / Colgate pitchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: Episode #3.29

5 April 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Brian Aherne ... Himself - Actor

Vivian Blaine ... Herself - Singer

Scatman Crothers ... Himself
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Anthony Dexter ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)

Season 3, Episode 30: Episode #3.30

12 April 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The Billy Daniel Dancers ... Themselves - Dancers
Billy Daniel ... Himself - Dancer (as Billy Daniel)

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Gloria Grahame ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Connie Russell ... Herself

Dimitri Tiomkin ... Himself - Cameo Appearance
Ned Washington ... Himself - Cameo Appearance

Season 3, Episode 31: Episode #3.31

19 April 1953


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself

Phil Harris ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself
Bob Sweeney ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 32: Episode #3.32

26 April 1953
Abbott and Costello were hosts. The Amin Brothers did acrobatics. Teresa Brewer sang a medley of ballads at front stage, then did a song and dance with the June Taylor dancers to Roll Them Roly Boly Eyes, her recent record, wearing a short showgirl skirt. Hoagy Carmichael played piano. Abbott And Costello were involved in skits.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host
The Amin Brothers ... Themselves

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Comic Actor

Teresa Brewer ... Herself - Singer

Hoagy Carmichael ... Himself - Singer

Sid Fields ... Himself - Comic Actor
The Four Pipers ... Themselves

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Jack Lomas ... Himself - Actor
Sidney Marion ... Himself - Actor (as Sid Marion)
Sherry Moreland ... Herself
Michael Ross ... Himself - Comic Actor
Evelynne Smith ... Herself (as Evelynne D'Smith)

Season 3, Episode 33: Episode #3.33

3 May 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Mary McCarty ... Herself

Benny Rubin ... Himself - Comic Actor

Sheldon Leonard ... Himself - Comic Actor
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comedian

Fay McKenzie ... Herself - Actress

Phil Tead ... Himself - Actor

Jack Kruschen ... Himself - Comic Actor
Frank Nelson ... Himself - Comic Actor
Donald Lawton ... Himself - Actor
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Bird & Wheel Wheel ... Themselves
Sol Seeltime ... Himself
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 3, Episode 34: Episode #3.34

10 May 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Mel Blanc ... Bonzo (voice)
Bonzo ... Himself, Chimpanzee
Nanci Crompton ... Herself - Ballet Dancer (as Nancy Crompton)

Billy Daniels ... Himself - Singer (as Billy Daniel)
Ted Fio Rito ... Herself - Keyboarder

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sid Milano ... Himself - Singer
Jan Peerce ... Himself - Opera Tenor
John Robertson ... Himself - Pianist

Connie Russell ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 35: Episode #3.35

17 May 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian

Nelson Eddy ... Himself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Beatrice Kay ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian
Sidney Miller ... Himself - Comic Actor (as Sid Miller)
Thomas L. Thomas ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 36: Episode #3.36

24 May 1953


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Gloria DeHaven ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Rocky Marciano ... Himself
Don McNeill ... Himself
The De Castro Sisters ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 37: Episode #3.37

31 May 1953
Martin and Lewis welcome Patti Lewis, dancers The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, and cameos by Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, with Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean and Jerry are upstaged by Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh who refuse to leave the stage. Airline pilot Dean deals with a new lunatic steward, Jerry. Jerry's a disruptive nine-year-old irritating his father and a cop at the arcade. Jerry plugs the new issue of TV Guide with he and Dean on the cover. Patti sings "My Daddy, My Hero, My Love" and a duet with Jerry. The boys dance with the Step Brothers in the close.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Patti Lewis ... Herself - Singer
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves
Danny Arnold ... Himself - Comedian

Tony Curtis ... Himself - Cameo Appearance

Janet Leigh ... Herself - Cameo Appearance
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Don Pardo ... Himself - Announcer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 38: Episode #3.38

7 June 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lita Baron ... Herself - Dancer

Mel Blanc ... Himself (voice)
Ida Tobias Cantor ... Herself (as Ida Cantor)
Billy Daniel ... Himself - Dancer

Ralph Edwards ... Himself
Ticker Freeman ... Himself - Pianist

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Herman Hover ... Himself - Owner of Ciro's Restaurant

George Jessel ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Notables ... Themselves - Vocalists

David Rubinoff ... Himself - Violinist

Dinah Shore ... Herself
Jimmy Wallington ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 39: Episode #3.39

14 June 1953


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself

Frankie Laine ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Randy Merriman ... Himself

Bess Myerson ... Herself

Joan Shawlee ... Herself

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

4 October 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Suzanne Ames ... Herself - Actress
Frankie Branda ... Himself
Dona Cole ... Herself - Actress
Byron Kane ... Himself - Actor
Irving Kaye ... Himself

Burt Lancaster ... Himself
Peter Leeds ... Himself - Actor

Fay McKenzie ... Herself - Actress

Marc Platt ... Himself - Actor
Eddie Ryder ... Himself
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Sidney Sillman ... Himself
The Skylarks ... Themselves - Singers
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 4, Episode 2: Episode #4.2

11 October 1953


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Roy Bargy ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Jules Buffano ... Himself - Pianist
Candy Candido ... Himself - Actor
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jack Roth ... Himself - Jazz Drummer

John Wayne ... Himself - Actor

Season 4, Episode 3: Episode #4.3

18 October 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jack Benny ... Himself
Jack Boyle ... Himself

Billy Daniels ... Himself - Singer (as Billy Daniel)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Sandra Gould ... Herself - Comic Actor
Peter Leeds ... Himself - Comic Actor

Sheldon Leonard ... Himself - Comic Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Rex Ramer ... Himself
Michael Ross ... Himself (as Mike Ross)

Connie Russell ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 4: Episode #4.4

25 October 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Lauren Bacall ... Herself
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself
Joanne Gilbert ... Herself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hal March ... Himself
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)

Elaine Stewart ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 5: Episode #4.5

1 November 1953


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself (archive footage)

Dean Martin ... Himself - Guest Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Guest Host

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Actor (archive footage)

Sid Fields ... Himself - Actor (archive footage)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Pat Horn ... Herself - Dancer

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer
Jack Lomas ... Himself - Actor (archive footage)

Gene Nelson ... Himself - Dancer
The Pied Pipers ... Themselves - Singers
Michael Ross ... Himself - Actor (archive footage)
Jimmy Thompson ... Himself - Actor

Season 4, Episode 6: Episode #4.6

8 November 1953


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Jan Arvan ... Himself
Hy Averback ... Himself - Actor

Roy Bargy ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Jackie Barnett ... Himself
Jules Buffano ... Himself - Pianist
The Gay Tyroliers ... Themselves - Dancers
Allen Henderson ... Himself
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Mad Hatters ... Themselves
Jack Roth ... Himself - Drummer

Frank Sinatra ... Himself - Singer

Charles Smith ... Himself

Danny Thomas ... Himself
Wanda Smith's Cover Girls ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

15 November 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Martha Raye ... Herself - Host

Irene Dunne ... Herself - Actress

Rocky Graziano ... Himself - Boxer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Cesar Romero ... Himself - Actor

Season 4, Episode 8: Episode #4.8

22 November 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Jack Albertson ... Himself

Ralph Bellamy ... Himself - Actor

Corinne Calvet ... Herself - Actress
Phil Carris ... Himself

Dorothy Dandridge ... Herself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)
Snag Werris ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 9: Episode #4.9

29 November 1953
Eddie Cantor hosts with guests Frank Sinatra, Brian Donlevy, Eddie Fisher, Harold Arlen, Connie Russell, the Debonaires, Joan Shawlee, Harold Arlen, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Maxi the Taxi picks up a woman he thinks is expecting. In a take-off of westerns, all the characters speak in voice overs. Composer Harold Arlen leads the cast in a medley of collection of his biggest hit songs.

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host
Harold Arlen ... Himself - Songwriter

Joe Besser
Hall Johnson Choir (as The Hall Johnson Choir)
The Debonnaires ... Themselves

Brian Donlevy ... Himself - Actor

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Connie Russell ... Herself

Joan Shawlee ... Herself - Comic Actress

Frank Sinatra ... Himself - Singer
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Episode #4.10

6 December 1953


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Jackie Barnett ... Himself - Actor
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer
Weaver Levy ... Herself - Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Keye Luke ... Himself - Actor

Ethel Merman ... Herself - Singer
Wanda Smith's Cover Girls ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 11: Episode #4.11

13 December 1953


Perry Como ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Ben Blue ... Himself
The Fontane Sisters ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Mike Mazurki ... Himself - Actor

Martha Raye ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 12: Episode #4.12

20 December 1953


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Charles Coburn ... Himself

Scatman Crothers ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jana Mason ... Herself - Singer
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)
Donna O'Connor ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 13: Episode #4.13

27 December 1953


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Mel Blanc ... Himself
Billy Daniel ... Himself

Dennis Day ... Himself - Singer

Jimmy Durante ... Himself

George Gobel ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself

Connie Russell ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 14: Episode #4.14

3 January 1954


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Roy Bargy ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
The Barry Sisters ... Themselves

Paul Douglas ... Himself - Actor
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer

Eartha Kitt ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 15: Episode #4.15

10 January 1954
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis star with guests Franklin Pangborn, Duke Art Jr., Birdie Brickerbrack, The Modernaires, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean's attempt to sing is disrupted by Jerry's lousy trumpet playing. A movie executive and his entourage come backstage to discuss business, and leave covered in food and water. Jerry destroys a store's toy department and clerk Franklin Pangborn. Jerry mugs to Leroy Anderson's "The Typewriter." The Modernaires sing "Crazy Man, Crazy" and Martin performs "Pretty Baby." Jerry presents Dean with a gold record for "That's Amore."

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Modernaires ... Themselves

Franklin Pangborn ... Himself - Comic Actor
Duke Art Jr. ... Himself - Actor
Birdie Brickerbrack ... Himself

Robert Carson ... Various Characters (as Bob Carson)
Jane Easton ... Various Characters
Bobby Faye ... Various Characters
Donald Lawton ... Various Characters
Tyler McVeigh ... Various Characters
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Gus Schilling ... Various Characters
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Buck Young ... Various Characters

'Snub' Pollard ... Stage hand (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Episode #4.16

17 January 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jimmy Demaret ... Himself - Golfer
Doug Ford ... Himself - Golfer

Stan Freberg ... Himself - Comedian

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Peter Haig ... Himself - Golfer

Phil Harris ... Himself
Dutch Harrison ... Himself - Golfer

Chiquita Johnson ... Herself - Acrobat (as Chiquita and Johnson)
Ralph Kiner ... Himself - Baseball Player
Lloyd Mangrum ... Himself
Lefty O'Doul ... Himself - Baseball Player
Jerry Priddy ... Himself - Baseball Player
Don Sherry ... Himself

Frank Sinatra ... Himself - Singer
John von Kralik ... Himself - Acrobat (as Chiquita and Johnson)
Bud Ward ... Himself - Golfer

Alan Young ... Himself - Comic Actor

Season 4, Episode 17: Episode #4.17

24 January 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Ethel Merman ... Herself
Decola and Rubini ... Themselves - Pianists

Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Singer / Comic

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Marion ... Himself (as Sid Marion)

Gene Nelson ... Himself - Dancer

Barrie Chase ... Parisian Girl (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Episode #4.18

31 January 1954


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Marilyn Cantor Baker ... Herself (as Marilyn Cantor)
Ida Tobias Cantor ... Herself (as Ida Cantor)

Wally Cox ... Himself
Billy Daniel ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Jesse James and Carnell ... Themselves (as Jesse, James and Cornell)

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Groucho Marx ... Himself - Comic Actor

Connie Russell ... Herself
Ricky Vera ... Minor Role

Season 4, Episode 19: Episode #4.19

7 February 1954


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Tallulah Bankhead ... Herself - Actress

Carol Channing ... Herself - Singer
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 20: Episode #4.20

14 February 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Donald O'Connor ... Himself - Host

Scatman Crothers ... Himself
Beatrice Kay ... Herself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Sidney Miller ... Himself (as Sid Miller)
George Prentiss ... Himself (as George Prentice)

Season 4, Episode 21: Episode #4.21

21 February 1954
Gene Wesson hosts with guests Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, skater Sonja Henie, comic/singer Keefe Brasselle, with Carolyn Jones, Joyce Jameson, Michael Ross, Will J. White, Jud Conlon Singers, Norman Abbott, Glen Stangle, and announcer Hal Sawyer. Wesson and Brasselle perform dueling impressions, a sketch depicts a mob-run coffee shop, and Abbott and Costello encounter the Frankenstein Monster and the Gill Man in the Universal Studios' prop room.

Sonja Henie ... Herself

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Comic Actor

Lou Costello ... Himself - Comic Actor

Keefe Brasselle ... Himself - Singer
The Jud Conlon Singers ... Themselves - Singers
Gene Wesson ... Himself - Host
Norman Abbott

Carolyn Jones

Joyce Jameson
Michael Ross (as Mike Ross)
Will J. White
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer

Ben Chapman ... The Gill Man (uncredited)

Angie Dickinson ... Commercial Model (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Pitchman for Colgate Tooth Paste (uncredited)

Glenn Strange ... Frankenstein's Monster (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Anything Goes

28 February 1954
On an ocean liner, a nightclub singer tries to help a fellow American romance an English heiress who is being forced to return home to marry a man she doesn't love. The American must avoid his boss who is traveling on the same vessel and disguises himself as a gangster traveling with a minister who is, in fact, a disguised gangster on the lam.

Ethel Merman ... Reno Sweeney

Frank Sinatra ... Harry Dane

Bert Lahr ... Moonface

Sheree North ... Bonnie
Norman Abbott ... Radio Announcer (as Norman Abbot)

Nestor Paiva ... Dr. Henry T. Dobson
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Sir Evelyn Oakleigh (as Arthur Gould Porter)

Barbara Morrison ... Mrs. Wentworth
Lou Krugman ... Purser
Betty Scott ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: Episode #4.23

7 March 1954


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Billy Daniel ... Himself - Dancer

Brandon De Wilde ... Himself - Actor

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Audrey Hepburn ... Herself - Actress

William Holden ... Himself - Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jack Palance ... Himself - Actor

Joan Shawlee

Season 4, Episode 24: Episode #4.24

14 March 1954


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Roy Bargy ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Jules Buffano ... Himself - Pianist

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Comic Actor
Marion Colby ... Herself
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Robert Montgomery ... Himself - Actor

Patrice Munsel ... Herself - Opera Singer
Jack Roth ... Himself - Drummer

Season 4, Episode 25: Episode #4.25

21 March 1954


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host
Norman Abbott ... Himself

Bobby Barber ... Cab Driver
Fred Darian ... Himself - Singer
Mary Ford ... Herself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Janik and Arnaut ... Themselves - Exotic Dancers

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Harry Mendoza ... Himself - Actor

Les Paul ... Himself - Guitarist
Danny Richards Jr. ... Himself - Actor
Veola Vonn ... Mrs. Lou Costello

Season 4, Episode 26: Episode #4.26

4 April 1954


Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Billy Daniel ... Himself - Dancer

Chiquita Johnson ... Herself - Dancer (as Chiquita and Johnson)

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Manolo Mera ... Himself - Opera Tenor

Connie Russell ... Herself
Ricky Vera ... Minor Role
John von Kralik ... Himself - Dancer (as Chiquita and Johnson)

Season 4, Episode 27: Episode #4.27

11 April 1954


Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Jimmy Ames ... Himself
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Liberace ... Himself

George Liberace ... Himself

Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself - Singer
Ben Wrigley ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 28: Episode #4.28

18 April 1954
In the volatile South American land of "Bullonia", Bud and Lou are broke. To escape their creditors, the put on disguises from some found clothes, Bud in a caballero outfit, and Lou in an exaggerated old time general's uniform. This causes him to be mistaken for the country's despotic presidente, and puts him in the center of several assassination attempts by poison, bombs and flying knives.

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host

Bobby Barber ... Himself - Sketch Actor
Milt Bronson ... American Express Agent
Beryl Davis ... Herself - Actress

Rhonda Fleming ... Herself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Connie Haines ... Herself - Singer
Jim Hayward ... Himself - Actor
Ed Herlihy ... Commercial Announcer
Donna Kaye ... Herself
Tony Martinez ... Himself - Actor

Ken Mayer ... Himself - Actor
Baby Mistin ... Himself - Child Xylophonist

Nestor Paiva ... Himself - Actor
Vic Parks ... El Presidente

Frank Richards ... Himself - Actor
Michael Ross ... Himself - Sketch Actor (as Mike Ross)

Benny Rubin ... Himself - Actor

Jane Russell ... Herself - Singer
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Jack Shea ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 29: The Ice Capades of 1954

25 April 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Donna Atwood ... Herself - Ice Skater
Paul Castle ... Himself
Helen Davidson ... Herself - Ice Skater
The Ice Capades ... Themselves

Joe Jackson Jr. ... Himself - Ice Skater (as Jackson and Lynam)
Sonya Kaye ... Herself
The Maxsons ... Themselves - Ice Skaters
The Old Smoothies ... Themselves
Porgy and Larson ... Themselves (as Forgie and Larson)
Herb Shriner ... Himself
Bobby Specht ... Himself - Ice Skater

Season 4, Episode 30: Episode #4.30

2 May 1954
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests Dick Humphreys, Gretchen Houser, The Treniers, Robert Carson, Henry Slate, Frances Farwell, Helen Eby-Rock, John Harmon, Bobby Fain, Charles Williams, and announcer Hal Sawyer. They boys mark their 8th anniversary as a comedy team. They first meet at an Atlantic City nightclub where they're quickly fired as waiter and busboy. They encounter each other again at a music store which they promptly wreck. After being canned, they team up for a show biz act. They join the Treniers to dance in the close.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Robert Carson ... Himself
Helen Eby-Rock ... Herself
Bobby Fain ... Himself
Frances Farwell ... Herself

John Harmon ... Himself
Ed Herlihy ... Pitchman for Colgate Toothpaste
Gretchen Houser ... Herself
Dickie Humphreys ... Himself (as Dick Humphries)
Hal Sawyer ... Himself - Announcer
Henry Slate ... Himself
The Treniers ... Themselves
Charles Williams ... Himself

Jeffrey Sayre ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 31: Episode #4.31

9 May 1954
Jimmy Durante's last episode as a series host finds him surrounded by circus performers. He gets into the act in a sketch playing a clown who is hopelessly in love with a beautiful lion tamer (played by Shelley Winters).

Jimmy Durante ... Himself - Host / Clown

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Art Larue and His Dogs ... Themselves, Trained Animal Act
Jackie Barnett ... Himself
Wally Blair ... Himself - Juggler
Harold DeGarro ... Himself - Stilt Walker (as Harold De Garro)
The Durante Girls ... Themselves
Eddie Jackson ... Himself - Singer
Kirkman ... Himself - Magician

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Andy Mayo ... Pansy the Dancing Horse (as Pansy the Horse)
Florence Mayo ... Pansy the Dancing Horse (as Pansy the Horse)
George Perkins ... Himself - Comedian / Crazy Car Driver
Linda the Trapeze Star ... Herself - Trapeze Artist

Shelley Winters ... Herself - Actress / Lion Tamer

Season 4, Episode 32: Episode #4.32

16 May 1954
Host Eddie Cantor welcomes guests Milton Berle, Eddie Fisher and Connie Russell.

Eddie Cantor ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Andree and Bonnie Andre ... Themselves - Dancers

Milton Berle ... Himself

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Connie Russell ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 33: Episode #4.33

23 May 1954


Bud Abbott ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - Host

Hoagy Carmichael ... Himself - Singer / Pianist
Bill Finegan ... Himself - Musician

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer
Peter Leeds ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Pied Pipers ... Themselves - Singers
The Sauter Finegan Band ... Themselves
Eddie Sauter ... Himself - Musician
Ricky Vera ... Minor Role

Season 4, Episode 34: Episode #4.34

30 May 1954
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with The Skylarks, Byron Kane, Mary Ellen Kaye, Paul Power, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Songs include "That's Entertainment," "Every Street's a Boulevard" and "Money Burns a Hole in my Pocket. Jerry's a hotel bellhop who destroys honeymoon night for Dean and his new bride. Jerry conducts a glee club. At a lonely heart's club meeting, Jerry is the newest member.is a shy new member.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Byron Kane ... Sketch Player

Mary Ellen Kay ... Sketch Player
The Nick Castle Dancers ... Themselves
Paul Power ... Sketch Player
The Skylarks ... Themselves - Vocal Group
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 4, Episode 35: Episode #4.35

6 June 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself - Comedian

Jackie Cooper ... Himself - Actor
David Daniels ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Bart Mayo ... Himself

Jules Munshin ... Himself - Singer / Dancer
Elise Rhodes ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 36: Let's Go Places

13 June 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Paul Gilbert ... Himself

Paul Lynde ... Himself
Mary McCarty ... Herself
Barbara Ruick ... Herself
Vic Schoen ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Bobby Van ... Himself

Don Wilson ... Himself - Commercials

Season 4, Episode 37: Continental Holiday

20 June 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself - Comedian

Andy Griffith ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jules Munshin ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Season 4, Episode 38: Away from It All

27 June 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Nat 'King' Cole ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Paul Lynde ... Himself
Mary McCarty ... Herself
Gene Sheldon ... Himself

Bobby Van ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 39: Holiday, U.S.A.

4 July 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Johnny Bachemin ... Himself - Dancer
Dino Dante ... Himself - Tenor

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jules Munshin ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Charlotte Rae ... Herself - Comic Actress

Season 4, Episode 40: Episode #4.40

11 July 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Paul Lynde ... Himself
Mary McCarty ... Herself

Martha Stewart ... Herself

Bobby Van ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 41: Free and Easy

18 July 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jonathan Lucas ... Himself - Dancer
Betty Madigan ... Herself - Singer

Jules Munshin ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Season 4, Episode 42: Episode #4.42

25 July 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Pearl Bailey ... Herself - Singer

Jeff Chandler ... Himself - Singer
Rudy Cárdenas ... Himself - Juggler
Jay Lawrence ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Jack Prince ... Himself

Bobby Van ... Himself - Dancer

Season 4, Episode 43: Episode #4.43

1 August 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself - Comedian
Mindy Carson ... Herself - Singer

Jeff Chandler ... Himself - Actor

Buddy Lester ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jonathan Lucas ... Himself - Dancer
Marshall and Farrell ... Themselves - Comedians

Jules Munshin ... Himself - Singer / Dancer

Season 4, Episode 44: Episode #4.44

8 August 1954
Performers from Hollywood include The Will Mastin Trio (starring Sammy Davis Jr.), singer Connie Russell, Gene Sheldon, comedian Jay Lawrence, singers The Gaylords, The Nita Bieber Dancers, announcer Don Wilson, and Vic Schoen and his Orchestra. Jay Lawrence performs a comedy routine. Sammy Davis, Jr. sings "Because of You," "Hey, There" and "The Birth of the Blues". Russell performs "One Arabian Night" and "You've Changed." The Gaylords do "The Little Shoemaker" and "I Love You."

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as the Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as the Will Maston Trio)
The Gaylords ... Themselves - Singers
Jay Lawrence ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as the Will Maston Trio)
The Nita Bieber Dancers ... Themselves

Connie Russell ... Herself
Vic Schoen ... Himself - Orchestra Leader (as Vic Schoen and His Orchestra)
Gene Sheldon ... Himself

Don Wilson ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 45: Episode #4.45

8 August 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)
Ron Gaylord ... Himself (as The Gaylords)
The Gaylords ... Themselves - Singers
Burt Holiday ... Himself (as The Gaylords)
Jay Lawrence ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)
The Nita Bieber Dancers ... Themselves - Dancers

Connie Russell ... Herself
Vic Schoen ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Gene Sheldon ... Himself - Singer / Banjo Player

Don Wilson ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 46: Episode #4.46

15 July 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself
Ronny Graham ... Himself

Willie Mays ... Himself

Miriam Stevenson ... Herself - Miss Universe
The Chords ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 47: Episode #4.47

22 August 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The Bob Hamilton Trio ... Themselves (as The Hamilton Trio)
Dick Contino ... Himself - Accordionist

Alan King ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Gene Sheldon ... Himself

Margaret Whiting ... Herself - Singer

Season 4, Episode 48: Episode #4.48

29 August 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself - Comedian
Mimi Benzell ... Herself - Opera Soprano
Peter Gennaro ... Himself - Dancer
Ronny Graham ... Himself - Comedian
Dania Krupska ... Herself - Dancer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Louis Prima ... Himself - Singer

Season 4, Episode 49: Episode #4.49

5 September 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Nat 'King' Cole ... Himself - Singer / Pianist
The Honey Brothers ... Themselves

Dorothy Lamour ... Herself - Actress

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Gene Sheldon ... Himself

Larry Storch ... Himself - Comedian

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Episode #5.1

19 September 1954


Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Louis Armstrong ... Himself

Mischa Elman ... Himself - Violinist
Frederic Franklin ... Himself - Ballet Dancer

Gordon Jenkins ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Rocky Marciano ... Himself - Boxer

Maria Tallchief ... Herself - Ballet Dancer
The Vagabonds ... Themselves
Al Weill ... Himself - Rocky Marciano's Manager

Season 5, Episode 2: Episode #5.2

26 September 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Ashtons ... Themselves - Acrobats (as The Seven Ashtons)
The Debonnaires ... Themselves - Dancers
Leo Durocher ... Himself

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Joe E. Lewis ... Himself - Comedian
Look Magazine's All-American Baseball Team ... Themselves
Art Maner ... Himself
The New York Giants Baseball Team ... Themselves
Johnnie Ray ... Himself - Singer
Jane Weintraub ... Herself - Singer (as Jane Morgan)

Season 5, Episode 3: Episode #5.3

3 October 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Hy Averback ... Himself

William Bendix ... Himself - Actor
The Charlivels ... Themselves (as The Charivel Trio)
Tom D'Andrea ... Himself - Comedian
Marilyn Erskine ... Herself

Phil Harris ... Himself - Singer
Hal March ... Himself - Comedian

Dinah Shore ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 4: Friar's Frolics

17 October 1954
This episode celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Friar's Club.

Milton Berle ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Charles Dale ... Himself - Comedian (as Smith and Dale)

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Mitzi Green ... Herself - Singer

Joel Grey ... Himself - Singer / Dancer
Beau Jenkins ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Janis Paige ... Herself - Singer
Georgie Price ... Himself
Marilyn Ross ... Herself
Joe Smith ... Himself - Comedian (as Smith and Dale)

Season 5, Episode 5: Revenge with Music

24 October 1954
Adaptation of the 1934 Broadway musical by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz involving a romantic triangle.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Donna Isabella

Jerry Colonna

Edward Everett Horton

Harpo Marx ... Governor

Ilona Massey

Ray Middleton ... Carlos, the Miller

Season 5, Episode 6: Episode #5.6

31 October 1954


Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Terry Moore ... Herself - Host

Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals ... Themselves (as The Minevitch Harmonica Rascals)
Connee Boswell ... Herself - Singer
Don Cornell ... Himself - Singer

Al Goodman ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jerry Mahoney ... Himself - Ventriloquist's Dummy
Francois Szony ... Herself - Dancer (as Giselle and Francois Szony)
Giselle Szony ... Herself - Dancer (as Giselle and Francois Szony)

Paul Winchell ... Himself - Ventriloquist

Season 5, Episode 7: Episode #5.7

14 November 1954


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)
Carmen Dragon ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Dorothy Kirsten ... Herself - Opera Star

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Joanna Mariani ... Herself - Actress (as Josanne Mariani)
Will Maston ... Himself - Singer / Dancer (as The Will Maston Trio)
The Norman Luboff Choir ... Themselves
Gene Sheldon ... Himself - Comedian / Banjo Player

Larry Storch ... Himself - Comedian

Season 5, Episode 8: Let's Face It

21 November 1954
Adaptation of Cole Porter's famous 1941 musical which ran on Broadway for 547 performances. Three wives grow suspicious of their husbands' supposed hunting trips and decide throw a small party and invite three young Army recruits as their dates. The recruits' girlfriends learn about the party and crash it and are soon joined by the wives' husbands who return from hunting early.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Vivian Blaine ... Winnie Potter

Larry J. Blake ... Judge

Betty Furness ... Maggie Watson
Virginia Gibson ... Muriel

James Gleason ... Sergeant Humphrey Wiggins

Pat Horn ... Jean

Gloria Jean ... Nancy

Barry Kelley ... Julian

Bert Lahr ... Frankie Burns / Aunt Pamela Burns

Peggy Lee ... Halo ad singer

Gene Nelson ... Jerry Walker
Ann Staunton ... Cornelia

Robert Strauss ... Eddie

Season 5, Episode 9: Episode #5.9

28 November 1954


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jack Carter ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Meredith MacRae ... Herself
The Norman Luboff Choir ... Themselves

Debra Paget ... Herself - Actress
Gene Sheldon ... Himself - Comedian / Banjo Player

Gale Storm ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 10: Episode #5.10

12 December 1954


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Terry Brennan ... Himself - Notre Dame University Football Coach

Jeff Chandler ... Himself - Actor

Mara Corday ... Herself - Actress

Tony Curtis ... Himself - Cameo Appearance

Gloria DeHaven ... Herself - Actress
Carmen Dragon ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Paul Gilbert ... Himself - Actor

Rock Hudson ... Himself - Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Gene Nelson ... Himself - Actor
Gene Sheldon ... Himself - Comedian / Banjo Player

Season 5, Episode 11: Episode #5.11

19 December 1954
At Dean's diner, a hungry Jerry shows up looking for a job, but he proves incompetent and makes a mess of the spaghetti that patrons are waiting for. In the next skit, Jerry is adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Martin at an orphanage, where he's twice the size of the other boys. Their guest Jack Benny is billed as "Phil Abrams" and does nearly nothing.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Vera Miles ... Herself - Actress

Milton Frome ... Himself
Margery Maude ... Herself - Actress

Hank Mann ... Himself (as Hanke Mann)
Sylvia Hickle ... Herself
Marvin Middlebird ... Himself
The Nick Castle Dancers ... Themselves

Jack Benny ... Himself (as Phil Abrams)
Gretchen House ... Herself - Dancer
Dickie Humphreys ... Himself - Dancer (as Dick Humphries)

George Putnam ... Himself - Announcer
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 5, Episode 12: Hollywood Ice Revue

26 December 1954


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Skippy Baxter ... Himself - Ice Skater
Bobby Blake ... Himself - Ice Skater
The Bruises ... Themselves - Ice Skaters
Gundi Busch ... Himself - Ice Skater
Jimmy Grogan ... Himself - Ice Skater

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Andra McLaughlin ... Herself - Ice Skater
Freddie Trenkler ... Himself - Ice Skater

Season 5, Episode 13: Episode #5.13

9 January 1955


Bob Hope ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Colonna ... Himself - Comedian
Charles Cooley

Anita Ekberg ... Herself - Actress

William Holden ... Himself - Actor

Hedda Hopper ... Herself
Peter Leeds

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Mara Lynn

Brenda Marshall ... Herself - Actress
The Nick Castle Dancers ... Themselves

Robert Strauss ... Himself - Actor
Patty Thomas

Margaret Whiting ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 14: Episode #5.14

16 January 1955


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The Aquaclowns ... Themselves

Jack Carter ... Himself - Comedian
The Cypress Gardens Aqua-Maids ... Themselves
Carmen Dragon ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Los Lecuona Cuban Boys ... Themselves

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Patti Page ... Herself
Gene Sheldon ... Himself
The Vagabonds ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 15: Episode #5.15

23 January 1955


Joyce Bryant ... Himself
The DeMarco Sisters ... Themselves
DeLois Faulkner ... Herself - 1955 Maid of Cotton
Ronny Graham ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host

Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host
The Mayo Brothers ... Themselves

Franchot Tone ... Himself

Gloria Vanderbilt ... Herself

Paul Winchell ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 16: Episode #5.16

6 February 1955


Spike Jones ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
The City Slickers ... Themselves

Billy Barty ... Liberace
Perry Bodkin ... Himself - Banjo Player
Lou Bring ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Nat 'King' Cole ... Himself

Paul 'Mousie' Garner ... Brother George
Paul Gilbert ... Himself
Helen Grayco ... Herself
John Halvorson ... Himself

Gordon Jenkins ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
Gil Lee ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Wendell Niles ... Himself - Announcer

Bobby Van ... Himself

Señor Wences ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 17: Episode #5.17

13 February 1955
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests Franklin Pangborn, The Four Step Brothers, Micki Marlow, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean's attempt to sing is interrupted by Jerry's "brother," a car attendant. An ill Dean can't get any bed rest with Jerry trying to kill a fly in their room. the show's sponsors get worked over by Jerry with their own products. Dean and Jerry do "We Belong Together" with special lyrics by Sammy Cahn. The boys dance with the Four Step Brothers in the close.

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Micki Marlo ... Herself (as Micki Marlow)
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves

Franklin Pangborn ... Sy Devore
Dick Stabile ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 5, Episode 18: Episode #5.18

20 February 1955


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host / Various Characters

Louis Armstrong ... Himself - Singer / Trumpet Player
Carmen Dragon ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The New Orleans Jazz Saints ... Themselves - Musicians
Gene Sheldon ... Himself - Comedian / Banjo Player
Skeets and Pete ... Themselves - Dancers

Season 5, Episode 19: Episode #5.19

6 March 1955


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host
Carmen Dragon ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Eva Gabor ... Herself
Jolie Gabor ... Herself
Magda Gabor ... Herself

Zsa Zsa Gabor ... Herself
Ronny Graham ... Himself - Comedian

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Jaye P. Morgan ... Herself - Singer
The Wiere Brothers ... Themselves

Pat Sheehan ... Herself, Pretty Blonde (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Episode #5.20

13 March 1955


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Bud Abbott ... Himself - Comedian (as Abbott & Costello)

Lou Costello ... Himself - Comedian (as Abbott & Costello)
The Dassies ... Themselves - Acrobats (as The Dassis)

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
Carl 'Bobo' Olson ... Himself - Middleweight Boxer

Debra Paget ... Herself - Actress

Season 5, Episode 21: Episode #5.21

20 March 1955


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Dean Martin ... Himself - Host

Kaye Ballard ... Herself

Bert Lahr ... Himself - Comic Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Host
The Marquis Chimps ... Themselves (as The Marquis Family Chimps)

Caterina Valente ... Herself - Singer

Jean Wallace ... Herself - Actress

Cornel Wilde ... Himself - Actor

Season 5, Episode 22: Episode #5.22

3 April 1955


Dave Brubeck ... Himself

Tennessee Ernie Ford ... Himself

Phil Harris ... Himself - Host

Tab Hunter ... Himself

Kitty Kallen ... Herself
Mazzone-Abbott Dancers ... Themselves
Harry Mimmo ... Himself
Hal Sawyer ... Announcer
Vic Schoen ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Season 5, Episode 23: Roberta

10 April 1955

Season 5, Episode 24: Episode #5.24

17 April 1955


Gordon MacRae ... Himself - Host

Edgar Bergen ... Himself
Sue Carson ... Herself - Comedian
Gene Gilbeaux ... Himself