Seinfeld: Season 7, Episode 3

The Maestro (5 Oct. 1995)

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Elaine dates the conductor of an orchestra who insists everyone calls him "Maestro."

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Episode complete credited cast:
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Heidi Swedberg ...
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Maestro
Gary Yates ...
Security Guard
Paul Michael ...
Ciccio
James Noah ...
Ned
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Mr. Star
Kenneth Ryan ...
Mr. Burns
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Ms. Jordan (as Kymberly S. Newberry)
David Wendelman ...
Waiter
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Kramer is pursuing his lawsuit against a coffee shop for selling him coffee that was too hot. Jackie Chiles represents him and thinks they're going to make a fortune. He may have a problem when Elaine's new boyfriend gives him a salve that cleans up his burn mark overnight. The boyfriend, who conducts the police band, insists that everyone call him Maestro which is just a bit too pretentious. George meanwhile goes shopping with Susan at a store owned by her family. He's not too keen on the clothes she thinks he should wear and he is bothered by the fact that the security guard has to stand all day. Written by garykmcd

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Trivia

Ted Lange, Michael Dorn and Michael Boatman are among the actors that auditioned for the part of Jackie Chiles. See more »

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Elaine sings "Funiculì, Funiculà" with the Maestro as he drives a convertible and the song is incorrectly attributed to Giuseppe Verdi. It was actually written by Peppino Turco with music by Luigi Denza. See more »

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Cosmo Kramer: Well you know they don't allow outside drinks in the movie theater. So I had to put it in my shirt and sneak it in.
Jackie Chiles: Yeah, see they like to sell their own coffee.
Cosmo Kramer: Yeah, now is that going to be a problem?
Jackie Chiles: Yeah that's going to be a problem. It's gonna be a problem for them. This a clear violation of your rights as a consumer. It's an infringement on your constitutional rights. It's outrageous, egregious, preposterous.
Cosmo Kramer: It's definitely preposterous.
Jackie Chiles: So. Then what happened?
Cosmo Kramer: Well I was trying to get ...
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Featured in Seinfeld: The Chronicle (1998) See more »

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Funiculi Funicula
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Music by Luigi Denza
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Who is the Maestro
7 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ihave watched this episode many times and tonight when I looked at the Maestro there was a familiar gesture and then I recognized him. If you picture the Maestro with a military uniform and a baton in his hand, sitting on his horse then you too may figure it out. It was Neidermeier from Animal House, the actor Mark Metcalfe. If you look at the way he moves his arms as the Maestro and then watch AnimalHouse as he moves his baton it is a dead giveaway. The same fluid gestures and facial expressions reprised seventeen years later. He plays such an excellent jerk, that you gotta love him. Always fun to pick out characters in different roles, particularly character actors.


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