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A music publisher and a radio disc jockey possess a mechanical marvel (played by Robby the Robot) that can guarantee hit records. While Virgil T. Gillis is attempting to sell them his ... See full summary »

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Dobie Gillis
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Herbert T. Gillis
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Maynard G. Krebs
Ray Hemphill ...
Virgil T. Gillis
Alva Celauro ...
Sally O'Malley
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Charlie Wayzack
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A music publisher and a radio disc jockey possess a mechanical marvel (played by Robby the Robot) that can guarantee hit records. While Virgil T. Gillis is attempting to sell them his southern-fried songs, Maynard monkeys with the machine and is transformed into a robot. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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13 March 1963 (USA)  »

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Final appearance of Virgil T. Gillis. See more »

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References Forbidden Planet (1956) See more »

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Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
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Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
Music by Sammy Fain
Performed by Charles Lane & Ray Hemphill
It is the first song Charlie Wayzack sings to Arnold, and Virgil later sings it to a robotized Maynard
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