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Keep the Faith (1972)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  14 April 1972 (USA)
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Comedy about two rabbis living in New York City who are always butting heads.

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Rabbi Miller
Howard Da Silva ...
Rabbi Mossman
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Rosenthal
Milton Selzer ...
Pink
Nancy Walker ...
Sophie
Linda March ...
Judy
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Comedy about two rabbis living in New York City who are always butting heads.

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8 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a failed pilot that aired twice on CBS in the spring and Summer of 1973. It was about Rabbi Miller (Convy)trying to establish himself at his first synagogue. Giving him advice is his mentor, and older Rabbi Mosman (enjoyably played by Howard Da Sliva. Miller has his first problem when he fires the temple's caretaker, Rosenthal (Henry Corden, the second voice of Fred Flintstone). Rosenthal is related to members of the temple's board, especially the pretty Miss Ross (March). Miller then makes things worse by hiring the completely incompetent Mr. Pink (Milton Seltzer, in an hilarious performance). It was very funny funny with a lot of funny dialoge which I still remember so many years later.


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