The Colgate Comedy Hour: Season 4, Episode 21

Episode #4.21 (21 Feb. 1954)

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Gene Wesson hosts with guests Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, skater Sonja Henie, comic/singer Keefe Brasselle, with Carolyn Jones, Joyce Jameson, Michael Ross, Will J. White, Jud Conlon ... See full summary »

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Herself
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Himself - Comic Actor
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Himself - Comic Actor
Keefe Brasselle ...
Himself - Singer
The Jud Conlon Singers ...
Themselves - Singers
Gene Wesson ...
Himself - Host
Norman Abbott
Michael Ross ...
(as Mike Ross)
Will J. White
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Hal Sawyer ...
Himself - Announcer
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Gene Wesson hosts with guests Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, skater Sonja Henie, comic/singer Keefe Brasselle, with Carolyn Jones, Joyce Jameson, Michael Ross, Will J. White, Jud Conlon Singers, Norman Abbott, Glen Stangle, and announcer Hal Sawyer. Wesson and Brasselle perform dueling impressions, a sketch depicts a mob-run coffee shop, and Abbott and Costello encounter the Frankenstein Monster and the Gill Man in the Universal Studios' prop room. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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At the very end of the broadcast, the announcer lists the supporting cast including "Glenn Strangle", obviously referring to Glenn Strange. See more »

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