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Forsooth, a bumbling medieval servant, brings deadly bad luck to the father and son of a French aristocratic family. Randall sings "Winchester Cathedral", and in the silent Spot, Red tries to be first in line for Rose Bowl tickets.

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Himself - Host / Forsooth
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The Alan Copeland Singers ...
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Arlene Charles ...
the Royal Lady
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Shop Owner
David Rose and His Orchestra ...
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Announcer
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Rose Bowl Queen - 1967
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Duke de Fromage / Marquis de Swinger
Tom Hansen Dancers ...
Themselves
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Forsooth, a bumbling medieval servant, brings deadly bad luck to the father and son of a French aristocratic family. Randall sings "Winchester Cathedral", and in the silent Spot, Red tries to be first in line for Rose Bowl tickets.

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27 December 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Joined by the Alan Copeland Singers and Tom Hansen Dancers, Tony Randall performs a song-and-dance to 'Winchester Cathedral.' In the Silent Spot, 1967 Tournament of Roses queen Barbara Hewitt makes a cameo appearance as Red pantomimes a fan trying to be first in line to purchase a Rose Bowl game ticket. See more »

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