The Loretta Young Show (1953–1961)
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Feeling No Pain 

In a memorable episode that showcases Ms. Young's comic timing and dancing talent, she plays a passive secretary who cuts loose after a visit to the dentist and the lingering effects of ... See full summary »

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Judy Cavanaugh
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Larry Brown
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Albert Lauderdale (as George Neise)
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Anita Twombley
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Dentist
Karolee Kelly ...
Nurse
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Carl Milletaire ...
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In a memorable episode that showcases Ms. Young's comic timing and dancing talent, she plays a passive secretary who cuts loose after a visit to the dentist and the lingering effects of laughing gas. In the scene in which she makes a grand entrance, bellowing "Anita, DAH-ling!" it strongly resembles the first appearance of Cruella DeVil in Disney's animated "101 Dalmatians." Written by Greg Ehrbar

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17 April 1955 (USA)  »

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