Gomer Pyle: USMC: Season 4, Episode 24

Goodbye, Dolly (23 Feb. 1968)

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Gomer buys Dolly, an old horse, to save it from the glue factory, without taking into consideration the question of 'how you hide a horse on a marine base?'

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Roy Stuart ...
Corporal Boyle
Forrest Compton ...
Colonel Gray
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Bud Frazer
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Lester Hummel (as Bill Christopher)
Trevor Bardette ...
Luke
George Spencer ...
Eddie Quillan ...
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Albert Popwell ...
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Gomer buys Dolly, an old horse, to save it from the glue factory, without taking into consideration the question of 'how you hide a horse on a marine base?'

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Per the parody in the title, the original Broadway production of "Hello Dolly!" opened at the St. James Theater on January 16, 1964 and ran for 2844 performances, setting a Broadway longevity record. "Hello Dolly!" also won the 1964 Tony Awards for the Best Musical and Best Score. The original Broadway production is the seventeenth longest running show ever. See more »

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