Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Season 3, Episode 2

Episode #3.2 (22 Sep. 1969)
"Laugh-In" Episode #3.2 (original title)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Music | Musical
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German Soldier / Tyrone F. Horneigh / Regular Performer
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Gladys Ormphby / Regular Performer
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Pamela Rodgers ...
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Jeremy Lloyd ...
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Announcer / Himself
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General Bull Wright: An America at war with someone else, is an America at peace with itself. Remember. Make war, not love.
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