The Soupy Sales Show (1959–1962)
"Lunch with Soupy Sales" (original title)

TV Series  |   |  Family, Comedy
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Saturday morning comedy for all ages brought to you by comic Soupy Sales and his friends Black Tooth, White Fang and Pookie. Largely one-set production relied heavily on cuts to old film ... See full summary »

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Clyde Adler ...
 (White Fang, Black Tooth, Pookie, Man at Door, etc (1959-1962)
Frank Nastasi ...
 White Fang, Pookie, Black Tooth (1965-1967)
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Maureen Bailey
Eugene Biscardi ...
 Comedy Skit (1962)
Jessica Biscardi ...
 Comedy Skit (1962)
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Saturday morning comedy for all ages brought to you by comic Soupy Sales and his friends Black Tooth, White Fang and Pookie. Largely one-set production relied heavily on cuts to old film clips and a certain amount of slapstick, as well as amusing improvisation. Written by Rick Morton <RNMorton@aol.com>

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He was briefly kicked off the air for jokingly asking young viewers to "go into your mommy's purse and send me the little green pieces of paper in it". He wound up receiving about $250 from his young fans. However, the story that Soupy allegedly sneaked a reference to the "F" word into an on-air joke is just a myth. See more »

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21 May 2007 | by (Irving, Texas United States) – See all my reviews

I loved this show as a kid. It was very funny, and the pie throwing slap stick comedy was perfect for a 10 year old, but a lot of the subtle humor was way over our heads, aimed at adults. I remember he used to answer a knock on the door and open it. We never saw who was behind the door unless they entered, but could only imagine who or what was there. In college when I worked at a TV station, I saw some rather blue video tapes. One of them was a Soupy Sales show in which he would answer the door and they would play the song The Stripper. He would ooh, ah and grin before closing the door. I think he reopened the door 4 or 5 times - same song - same comments. The video I saw interspersed cuts from behind the door. Yes there was a stripper there. I heard his crew pulled all kinds of pranks like this and worse, on him while he was doing his live show.


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