In the premiere on DuMont, Morey's guests at the Silver Swan Cafe are singer Vic Damone, and the dance team of Mary Raye and Naldi. Morey performs "Yuk a Puk"C with his cello, Carney does ... See full summary »

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In the premiere on DuMont, Morey's guests at the Silver Swan Cafe are singer Vic Damone, and the dance team of Mary Raye and Naldi. Morey performs "Yuk a Puk"C with his cello, Carney does impressions of trees, Damone sings "So In Love,", and joins Amsterdam and Carney in a drama Netwon wrote. Morey introduces columnist Earl Wilson in the audience. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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21 April 1949 (USA)  »

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First episode to air on the Dumont Television Network. See more »

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Morey forgets that Art Carney's character is now named Newton and calls him Charlie a couple of times. See more »

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