All Star Revue: Season 2, Episode 22

Episode #2.22 (2 Feb. 1952)
"Four Star Revue" Episode #2.22 (original title)

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Olsen and Johnson terrorize a saloon in a travesty of Westerns. Their acting school production of Shakespeare turns into an extended commercial for Snow Crop orange juice. Young Chet Allen ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Ole Olsen ...
Sketch Actor
Chic Johnson ...
Himself - Host
Marty May ...
Sketch Actor
June Johnson ...
Sketch Actor
J.C. Olsen ...
Sketch Actor
Elsa and Waldo ...
Comedy Dancers (as Elsa & Waldo)
Rosalie Allen ...
Sketch Actor / Yodeler / Singer
Chet Allen ...
Child Actor / Singer
Maurice Millard ...
Sketch Actor
Billy Young ...
Sketch Actor
John Griggs ...
Sketch Actor
Chickie Johnson ...
Sketch Actor
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Himself
Billy Kay ...
Sketch Actor
Nina Virella ...
Sketch Actor
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Olsen and Johnson terrorize a saloon in a travesty of Westerns. Their acting school production of Shakespeare turns into an extended commercial for Snow Crop orange juice. Young Chet Allen sings "You'll Never Walk Alone." Sight gags rule in their classical play "Marie Antoinette" featuring a cameo by Berle. At O & J's dance, a man from the audience is crowned the party queen. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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You'll Never Walk Alone
(uncredited)
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Chet Allen
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