The Colgate Comedy Hour: Season 4, Episode 15

Episode #4.15 (10 Jan. 1954)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis star with guests Franklin Pangborn, Duke Art Jr., Birdie Brickerbrack, The Modernaires, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean's attempt to sing is disrupted ... See full summary »

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The Modernaires ...
Themselves
Franklin Pangborn ...
Himself - Comic Actor
Duke Art Jr. ...
Himself - Actor
Birdie Brickerbrack ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Carson ...
Various Characters (as Bob Carson)
Jane Easton ...
Various Characters
Bobby Faye ...
Various Characters
Donald Lawton ...
Various Characters
Tyler McVeigh ...
Various Characters
Hal Sawyer ...
Himself - Announcer
Gus Schilling ...
Various Characters
Dick Stabile ...
Himself - Orchestra Leader
Buck Young ...
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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis star with guests Franklin Pangborn, Duke Art Jr., Birdie Brickerbrack, The Modernaires, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Dean's attempt to sing is disrupted by Jerry's lousy trumpet playing. A movie executive and his entourage come backstage to discuss business, and leave covered in food and water. Jerry destroys a store's toy department and clerk Franklin Pangborn. Jerry mugs to Leroy Anderson's "The Typewriter." The Modernaires sing "Crazy Man, Crazy" and Martin performs "Pretty Baby." Jerry presents Dean with a gold record for "That's Amore." Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Birdie Brickerbrack, listed in the opening credits as a guest, is another of the phony gag names Martin and Lewis often include in their casts. See more »

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