Route 66: Season 2, Episode 22

Blues for the Left Foot (9 Mar. 1962)

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Tod and Buz are in Los Angeles working at CBS as stage hands. A dancer who Tod had a crush on during his Yale days has recently become widowed from an older star actor who was a hopeless ... See full summary »

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Elizabeth Seal ...
Rosemarie Brown
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Sam Benjamin
Zack Matalon ...
Pete Martin
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Tony Monaco ...
Kelly
Zeme North ...
Larri Thomas ...
Joy
Elaine Joyce ...
Maxine
Joseph Mell ...
Marty Epstein
Marilyn Lerner ...
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Ray Stack ...
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Tod and Buz are in Los Angeles working at CBS as stage hands. A dancer who Tod had a crush on during his Yale days has recently become widowed from an older star actor who was a hopeless alcoholic. Now in her late 20's, she has not worked for almost ten years. Tod and Buz help and encourage her to make a life for herself. Written by dubchi

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Walking into CBS, producer Benjamin is reading a script for fictitious variety program titled The Pete Martin Show; Pete Martin was a big-name showbiz writer of the era whose "I Call On. . ." celebrity profiles regularly appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. See more »

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The title on the script Benjamin is reading is visible on cover page as he enters CBS Television City studio, then disappears (blank cover) as he walks past receptionist's desk, then reappears when he goes backstage. See more »

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