Night Gallery: Season 1, Episode 4

Make Me Laugh/Clean Kills and Other Trophies (6 Jan. 1971)

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A fading comic asks a miracle worker's help in making people laugh. / Big game hunter Colonel Archie Dittman pressures his meek son to take up the sport or be disinherited.

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Godfrey Cambridge ...
Jackie Slater (segment "Make Me Laugh")
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Jules Kettleman (segment "Make Me Laugh")
Jackie Vernon ...
Chatterje (segment "Make Me Laugh")
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Colonel Archie Dittman (segment "Clean Kills and Other Trophies")
Tom Troupe ...
Jeffrey Pierce (segment "Clean Kills and Other Trophies")
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Archie Dittman Jr. (segment "Clean Kills and Other Trophies")
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Tom Mboya (segment "Clean Kills and Other Trophies")
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Mishkin (segment "Make Me Laugh")
Sidney Clute ...
David Garrick (segment "Make Me Laugh")
John J. Fox ...
Heckler (segment "Make Me Laugh")
Gene R. Kearney ...
2nd Bartender (segment "Make Me Laugh") (as Gene Kearney)
Tony Russel ...
Director (segment "Make Me Laugh")
Sonny Klein ...
1st Bartender (segment "Make Me Laugh")
Michael Hart ...
Miss Wilson (segment "Make Me Laugh")
Georgia Schmidt ...
Flower Lady (segment "Make Me Laugh")
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Colonel Archie Dittman is a big-game hunter obsessed with hunting and constantly frustrated that his mild-mannered son has yet to catch his father's enthusiasm for the sport. So Archie makes an ultimatum: either his son goes on a hunt and makes a "clean kill" or gets cut off without a cent. Written by Anonymous

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This is one of my absolute favorites. How often have you heard the expression "be careful for what you wish". This episode perfectly summarizes that sentiment. It has served me well, over the years, and as far as heavy handed lessons go, this one was worth watching. I love how the tide turns, and then turns again, for the protagonist, Godfrey Cambridge - one of the comedic greats.

Also see him is the Watermelon Man, Cotton Comes to Harlem (an awesome flick) and Come Back Charleston Blue. I give it a ten of ten, because, though I have only seen it once, it left me with a an indelible memory.

Feel free to let me know if you agree or disagree. racerdex@hotmail.com


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