The Steve Allen Plymouth Show: Season 5, Episode 7

Episode #5.7 (16 Nov. 1959)
"The Steve Allen Show" Episode #5.7 (original title)

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William Bendix plays the father in a sitcom scene set in three different ways, once without canned laughs, then with, and then played extra violently. "The Allen Report to the Nation" topic... See full summary »

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Louis Nye ...
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Dayton Allen ...
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Les Brown ...
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Pete Hansen ...
Plymouth Pitchman
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William Bendix plays the father in a sitcom scene set in three different ways, once without canned laughs, then with, and then played extra violently. "The Allen Report to the Nation" topic is the common cold. As the Question Man, Steve blows a line. Jack Kerouac reads a few lines from his book, "On The Road". Steve and Don do a skit/ad about a man who packs his empty bags in his 1960 Plymouth and never goes anywhere. Written by WesternOne

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This is one of the very few Steve Allen Shows that still exists on original video tape. See more »

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Spoofs The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950) See more »

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Rocks And Gravel (Early In The Mornin')
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Written by Alan Lomax and Leon Bibb
Performed by Frankie Laine
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