Dennis Day's lugging his own scenery on stage for his song, leads an irate Jack to relate how he picked Dennis to be his show's singer, passing over an agent's offers of Sinatra (too skinny... See full summary »

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Steve Burke
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Maitre d' of Lotus Blosom Inn
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Luigi
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Manager of Ice Cream Parlor
Willie Soo Hoo ...
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James Shen ...
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Tommy Lee ...
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Dennis Day's lugging his own scenery on stage for his song, leads an irate Jack to relate how he picked Dennis to be his show's singer, passing over an agent's offers of Sinatra (too skinny) and Bing Crosby (too bu-bu-ba-boo). Jack tracks the unknown Irish tenor from a fish market and ice cream store (Dennis is fired from both), to a Chinese restaurant. Written by David Stevens

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11 February 1964 (USA)  »

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A sign inside Luigi's Fish Market misspells the word mackerel as "mackeral". See more »

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References General Electric Theater: The Great Alberti (1961) See more »

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Cocktails for Two
(uncredited)
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung by Dennis Day
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