The Joey Bishop Show: Season 3, Episode 28

Joey and the L.A. Dodgers (2 May 1964)

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Joey has as his guests several members of the 1963 World Series Championships LA Dodgers. The teammates show off their various talents, the highlight being Don Drysdale singing "I Left My ... See full summary »

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Corbett Monica ...
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Mr. Jillson (credit only)
Mary Treen ...
Hilda
Don Drysdale ...
Himself
Tommy Davis ...
Himself
Frank Howard ...
Himself
Willie Davis ...
Himself
Moose Skowron ...
Himself (as Bill 'Moose' Skowron)
Ron Perranoski ...
Himself
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Announcer for the Dodgers-Mets Game (voice)
Rob Christian ...
Page Boy
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Joey has as his guests several members of the 1963 World Series Championships LA Dodgers. The teammates show off their various talents, the highlight being Don Drysdale singing "I Left My Heart In San Francisco." Joey, at 5' 8", has a great time kidding 6' 7" Frank Howard.

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2 May 1964 (USA)  »

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From the opening credits: And Joey's Special Guests Six of the World's Champion Los Angeles Dodgers This segment aired approximately seven months after the Dodgers won the 1963 World Series over the New York Yankees in four straight games. See more »

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I Left My Heart in San Francisco
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Written by George Cory and Douglass Cross
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