The Colgate Comedy Hour: Season 5, Episode 33

Episode #5.33 (10 Jul. 1955)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Broadway Director George Abbott introduces scenes from two of his hit musicals, "Damn Yankees" and "The Pajama Game," in this tribute to songwriters Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.

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George Abbott ...
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The Big Eight Jazz Combo ...
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Stephen Douglass ...
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Eddie Foy Jr. ...
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Helen Gallagher ...
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Harold Hastings ...
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James Komack ...
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Miriam Nelson ...
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John Raitt ...
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Broadway Director George Abbott introduces scenes from two of his hit musicals, "Damn Yankees" and "The Pajama Game," in this tribute to songwriters Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.

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References Pete Kelly's Blues (1955) See more »

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Written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
Performed by The Four Aces
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