Dobie receives a friendly letter from his Uncle Sam: "Greetings. Your enlistment in the United States Army has been processed." As the Gillises prepare to send their boy into the service, ... See full summary »

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Dobie receives a friendly letter from his Uncle Sam: "Greetings. Your enlistment in the United States Army has been processed." As the Gillises prepare to send their boy into the service, Dobie's baby shoes spark a flashback to the 1940s when Mr. and Mrs. Gillis were eagerly expecting their baby. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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21 March 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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[opening monologue]
Dobie Gillis: Just a few days ago I was an unworried civilian. Today I'm still a civilian, but I worry a good deal. And all because of this letter. And it started off so friendly, too. "Greetings: Your enlistment in the United States Army has been processed, and...". From that point on it gets to painful to read.
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The Caissons Go Rolling Along
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Music & lyrics by Edmund L. Gruber
Performed by Dwayne Hickman & Bob Denver
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