The boys from the 53rd put on a Christmas review. Two Gilbert & Sullivan parodies featuring Capt. Block & Muldoon, a heart-tugging song from Toody, and other sketches.

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Bonita Kalsheim
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Al Henderson
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Officer Charlie Fleischer
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The boys from the 53rd put on a Christmas review. Two Gilbert & Sullivan parodies featuring Capt. Block & Muldoon, a heart-tugging song from Toody, and other sketches.

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24 December 1961 (USA)  »

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Per the title, the ordinal number 53rd refers to the New York City Police Department 53rd Precinct where the characters from the show are stationed. See more »

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References Perry Mason (1957) See more »

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You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
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Written by Russ Morgan, Larry Stock, and James Cavanaugh
Performed by Joe E. Ross (vocal) and Fred Gwynne (acoustic guitar)
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There's Talent At The 53rd Precinct!
29 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's the annual Christmas Party at the precinct, and the kids are running wild, grabbing fingerprint ink, stealing Santa's hair, etc. But then everyone settles down to watch a talent show.

Captain Block does a musical-comedy act, most of the force does some backup singing; Toody's cousin Al does a magic act, Alice Ghostley does a humorous song.....and so forth.

The most surprising talent, at least to me, was the singing voice of Joe E. Ross ("Toody," co-star of the show.) He was really good, despite that gruff voice of his.

The 53d precinct might be a bumbling sort of group, but they are musically and comically talented as this episode proves


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