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Bob & Ray, Jane, Laraine & Gilda (1979)

A series of skits feature the Finley Quality Network and its many quality TV shows.




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Credited cast:
Himself / Clyde McFeebie / Dr. Darryl Dexter / Wally Balloo / Sam Finch / Robin Hood
Himself / Alonzo Beckie / Prentis L. Wilson / Claude McFeebie / Ward Smith / Ralph Arkruger Jr. / Little Jim
Herself / Vern Beckie / Patty / Audrey Peart Dickman
Herself / Miss Ambrey / Fair Maid Marylin
Herself / Patty / Amy Kaplan / Broomgilda
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mel Brandt ...
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A series of skits feature the Finley Quality Network and its many quality TV shows.

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31 March 1979 (USA)  »

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Fair Maid Marylin: I just came from Nottington. Do you know that it was announced today that at the Harvest Moon festival tomorrow, there'd be an archery contest and the best bowman in the land will be awarded a hundred gold crowns.
Robin Hood: By Jove, a hundred gold crowns is a lot of money!
Little Jim: Sure is, Robin.
Fair Maid Marylin: Yes, why don't you enter, Robin?
Robin Hood: Well...
Fair Maid Marylin: You could use that kind of loot.
Robin Hood: It would be splendid indeed because it isn't stealing, I wouldn't have to give any of it to the poor.
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References The Dinah Shore Show (1951) See more »


Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?
Written by Rod Stewart (uncredited), Carmine Appice (uncredited) and Duane Hitchings (uncredited)
Performed by Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding
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This has been available on video
7 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show has been available on videotape. Unfortunately it was released in a very poorly done transfer in EP speed. Even more unfortunately it is no longer available. Hopefully it will be released on DVD some day. I remember seeing this in 1979. I was both a SNL fan and a Bob and Ray fan, so I was in hog heaven. Since this was on in the SNL time slot, featured the "girls" of SNL and was done on the SNL stage, the question is why didn't Bob and Ray simply host a regular edition of SNL with the male stars as well. In 30 years of SNL I can't recall any other time anything like this was done. Did B and R insist on it, was it Lorne Michaels' idea or is there some other reason? Any information would be appreciated.

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