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All the Duke's Men 

Duke runs for president of the United States with Jay as his speechwriter.

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Marty Sherman (voice)
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Doris Grau ...
Doris Grossman (voice)
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Eleanor Sherman (voice)
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Principal Mangosuthu / Jeremy Hawke / Various Characters (voice) (as Maurice La Marche)
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Duke Phillips (voice)
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Alice Tompkins (voice)
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Penny Tompkins (voice)
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June Lockhart (voice)
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Duke runs for president of the United States with Jay as his speechwriter.

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23 April 1995 (USA)  »

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Jay Sherman: Now, let's take a look at the new musical from Francis Ford Coppola: Apocalypse Wow!
Colonel Walter E. Kurtz: [singing] Howdy Doo! I'm Colonel Kurtz. Fat and Bald like old Fred Murtz. Watch me do a Hula Dance. To shake the egg rolls from my pants
[Performs a Hula dance as egg rolls fall from his pants]
Severed Heads on Implanted Spears: [singing] He's not so bad, he's really just an odd man.
Colonel Walter E. Kurtz: [singing] And I've shaved my head like Dennis Rodman.
Photojournalist: [singing] He's a god, man!
Duke Phillips: [Appearing in Apocalypse Wow] Vote for Duke! Vote for Duke! Vote for Duke!... VOTE FOR ...
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Spoofs The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder (1995) See more »

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My Country, 'Tis of Thee
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Written by Samuel Francis Smith
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