Car 54, Where Are You?: Season 2, Episode 19

Toody & Muldoon Meet the Russians (27 Jan. 1963)

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The boys chaperon two Russian ambassadors, and turn them into American capitalists.



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The boys chaperon two Russian ambassadors, and turn them into American capitalists.

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27 January 1963 (USA)  »

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The baseball footage is of Roger Maris hitting his record-breaking 61st home run of the season for the New York Yankees in 1961. See more »


Toody wrongly describes William Holden's role in "Golden Boy" (1939). He says that his character's dilemma was deciding whether to be a "great violinist or a stock car racer" rather than a violinist or a prizefighter. See more »


References Stagecoach (1939) See more »

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Not As Easy Episode To Take
26 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was not an easy episode to sit through, simply because two of the characters were loud and continually abrasive, I wanted to hit the "mute" button. They were guest actor Jules Munshin, playing Russian Commissar Malonov, and my pal Joe E. Ross as "Officer Toody." Normally, I love Ross but when he was paired with Munshin, the two of them would drive anyone nuts. "Abrasive" doesn't begin to cover it, especially with Munshin's over-acting.

There is a female Russian in here, too. While Toody escorts "General Raskonokov" (Mara Lynn) around town, "Francis Muldoon" (Fred Gwynne) escorts her. Lynn provided the only laughs for me in this story as she changes from the normal anti-capitalist, bombastic communist to a wild woman who does a complete makeover and winds up doing a striptease!! She's pretty funny the most the show is not.

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