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Himself - Host / Maude Frickert
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Pamela Rodgers ...
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27 December 1967 (USA)  »

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In this series premiere, Winters opens with a Granny Frickert bit about her book, "Sex and the Senile Woman" which will undoubtedly titillate the Winters clique. Red Skelton beautifully reprises one of his classic mime drunk sketches, then teams with Winters as the pair mime nincompoop lumberjacks. Barbara Eden sings some songs from "Dr. Doolittle." Winters' takeoff at the end with Ivan Dixon of the film, "In the Heat of the Night" affords Winters his best dialogue, See more »

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Light My Fire
Written by Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore and Jim Morrison (as The Doors)
Performed by The Doors
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