The platoon's preparations for the Mardi Gras progress with Private Doberman being declared King. He selects local socialite Joy Landers to be his queen. She rejects the offer and her ... See full summary »

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MSgt. Ernest G. Bilko
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Cpl. Rocco Barbella
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Col. John T. Hall (credit only)
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Cpl. Steve Henshaw
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Joy Landers
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Mr. Landers
Maurice Gosfield ...
Pvt. Duane Doberman
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Pvt. Gander
P. Jay Sidney ...
Pvt. Palmer
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The platoon's preparations for the Mardi Gras progress with Private Doberman being declared King. He selects local socialite Joy Landers to be his queen. She rejects the offer and her derision of the soldiers infuriates Bilko to the point he cooks up a plan to publicly humiliate the woman in front of her peers Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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8 November 1955 (USA)  »

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Per the title, Mardi Gras is a carnival the ends the day before Ash Wednesday or Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras in French) that occurs in many cities throughout the world, but is mostly associated with New Orleans. The celebrations and parades feature large floats, large tall masks and people dressed as gods, mythical creatures, fictional characters and real life people. See more »

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The Greatest One Is Doberman
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Performed by P. Jay Sidney, Maurice Brenner, Mickey Freeman, and Herbie Faye
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