The Colgate Comedy Hour: Season 2, Episode 35

Episode #2.35 (27 Apr. 1952)

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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests singer Kitty Kallen, dancers The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, Harvey Wheelwick, with announcer Hal Sawyer. Jerry tries to get a part in the... See full summary »

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The Four Step Brothers ...
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Harvey Wheelwick ...
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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host with guests singer Kitty Kallen, dancers The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, Harvey Wheelwick, with announcer Hal Sawyer. Jerry tries to get a part in the "Birdwheel Frolics of 1952" by crashing a kids' singing act, the chorus line, and by playing Marlon Brando as "The Continental." Dean and Jerry talk loudly at a librarians' convention. Dean and Kitty's duet is ruined when Jerry joins in. Dean smuggles Jerry aboard a very bouncy cruise ship. The boys dance with the Step Brothers. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Harvey Wheelwick credited in the show's opening as a guest star is a "gag name." Martin and Lewis often added a ridiculous-sounding name to their guest list. See more »

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