The Jack Paar Program: Season 2, Episode 30

Episode #2.30 (8 May 1964)

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Jack salutes Winston Churchill, Richard Burton shares some Shakespearian reminiscences, Bill Cosby does a stand up routine that includes movie monsters and musket loading, Arthur Godfrey talks about his African trip.

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Jack salutes Winston Churchill, Richard Burton shares some Shakespearian reminiscences, Bill Cosby does a stand up routine that includes movie monsters and musket loading, Arthur Godfrey talks about his African trip.

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In a tribute to Sir Winston Churchill, Richard Burton reads the former Prime Minister's famous 1946 "Iron Curtain" speech. Included is footage of Richard Burton in "Hamlet" on Broadway. A film is presented of New York school children giving their impressions of mama in honor of Mother's Day is shown. See more »

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