One of Stanley's old friends from the neighborhood, Nunzio Farentino, is now Rick Ferris, a successful singer who lives in Hollywood. When the Belmonts learn that Nunzio/Rick is putting on ... See full summary »

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One of Stanley's old friends from the neighborhood, Nunzio Farentino, is now Rick Ferris, a successful singer who lives in Hollywood. When the Belmonts learn that Nunzio/Rick is putting on a show in New York, they get the idea to call him for free tickets. Stanley decides to take advantage of the tickets to get a date with an attractive woman in the parts department at the bus company -- but things don't work out quite as Stanley intends. Written by aldanoli

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11 January 1974 (USA)  »

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Two Tickets to Parasite
7 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Belmonts find in the newspaper that an old friend from the neighborhood, Nunzio Farentino, now Rick Ferris (Alex Rocco, Moe Greene from "The Godfather") is putting on a concert at Madison Square Garden. They phone him to learn that he will be filming a television special in his old neighborhood and will stop by the next night to see them. At work, Stanley (Dom DeLuise) uses his connection to Nunzio for concert tickets to woo an attractive girl, Lois Gewant, in the parts department. Nunzio visits the family but only has two tickets for them- the last two in the whole city. Stanley gives the ticket to Lois and they visit Nunzio and his entourage in his dressing room after the show. He leaves in a much different mood than he arrived. Burt Taylor who played "Vinnie" on a previous Persky and Denoff/Carl Reiner series "Good Morning, World" is Nunzio's conductor Elliott Ferguson in this episode.


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