The Amos 'n Andy Show: Season 2, Episode 22

The Kingfish Finds His Future (30 Apr. 1953)

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Feeling he's a failure at life, the Kingfish decides to take a series of aptitude tests to determine what his career should be.

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Episode credited cast:
Alvin Childress ...
Spencer Williams ...
Andy (as Spencer Williams Jr.)
Tim Moore ...
Ernestine Wade ...
Johnny Lee ...
Amanda Randolph ...
Mama
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Roy Glenn ...
Walker
Bill Walker ...
Mr. Gladstone
Milton Wood ...
Mr. Harper
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Feeling he's a failure at life, the Kingfish decides to take a series of aptitude tests to determine what his career should be.

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30 April 1953 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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[opening narration]
Amos Jones: Well, folks, here comes Andy down the street, and he's wondering what the light is doin' on at the lodge hall at this time of night. Well, we'll soon find out.
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