The Phil Silvers Show: Season 2, Episode 36

His Highness Doberman (11 Jun. 1957)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Family
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Doberman is in love but the young lady's parents disapprove & Duane is thrown out of their house. Bilko decides it's time the parents see the real Duane Doberman and cooks up a scheme that sees him being passed off as a member of royalty.

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Col. John T. Hall (credit only)
Maurice Gosfield ...
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Herbie Faye ...
Cpl. Sam Fender (as Herby Faye)
Karl Lukas ...
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Maurice Brenner ...
Jack Healy ...
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Philippa Bevans ...
Olivia Middleton
Ben Lackland ...
John Middleton
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Bernard Fein ...
Pvt. Gomez (as Bernie Fein)
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Doberman is in love but the young lady's parents disapprove & Duane is thrown out of their house. Bilko decides it's time the parents see the real Duane Doberman and cooks up a scheme that sees him being passed off as a member of royalty.

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