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The Funnier Side of Eastern Canada (1974)

Steve Martin's first TV special.

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Himself
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Chocolate Moose
Neil Lundy ...
Mountie
Mary Jane Bouquet ...
Indian woman
Ed Wilson ...
Passerby
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First Workman
Gilly Spinwick ...
Mr. Rubel
Nick Nichols ...
Impressionist
John Stockard ...
Shopkeeper
John Curve ...
Maitre'D
Annette Terry ...
Girl
Valerie Staruck ...
Hotel Clerk
Don Arrès ...
Waiter
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Steve Martin's first TV special was this independently produced Canadian travelogue. Designed to promote tourism in Montreal and Toronto, the special featured Martin doing short sketches and describing tourist sites. Standup segments were also filmed at the Ice House in Pasadena, California. Written by jimwhittaker02

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Martin is billed as the "World's First Travelogue Comedian". See more »

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References The Chocolate Soldier (1941) See more »

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