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The Irving Davies Dancers ...
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The Mike Sammes Singers ...
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Following the cancellation of his earlier series '"Sid Caesar Invites You" (1958)', Sid Caesar was invited by the BBC to mount a new version of the show for British TV. This series was also short-lived, making this one of the first and perhaps only cases of two series with the same title and the same star in two different countries completing their run within the same calendar year. See more »

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