After Mr. Belvedere saves George from nearly getting himself killed by an electrocution when his TV falls into the bathtub, George decides to quit his job as a sports writer, and become a lounge singer. However, Mr. Belvedere feels that George is making a big mistake, so he asks for the help of Robert Goulet to discourage George, but not before George proceeds with his debut at the Steel Towne Inn. Written by
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It's not easy getting started in this business.
I know that.
You know that? So you know what it's like, playing in every crummy dive, singing your heart out to somebody who's only interested in his cocktail or his cocktail waitress? I mean getting heckled and not getting paid. And you're lucky if they don't make you sweep up on the way out.
You mean all that happened to you?
On a Clear Day
Written by Burton Lane
Sung by Bob Uecker
and Robert Goulet See more