Texaco Star Theatre: Season 1, Episode 34

Episode #1.34 (25 Jan. 1949)
"Texaco Star Theatre Starring Milton Berle" Episode #1.34 (original title)

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Milton Berle's guests include dancers the Unger Twins (Gustaf and Bertil), singer Frances Faye, slapstick comics Low, Hite, and Stanley (one short, one average, one tall), dancers the ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Himself - Comedian
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Herself - Singer
Hite and Stanley Lo ...
Themselves - Comedians (as Low Hite and Stanley)
Sid Stone ...
Himself - Texaco Pitchman
The Caites ...
Themselves - Dancers
Bertil Unger ...
Himself - Dancer (as Unger Twins)
Gustaf Unger ...
Himself - Dancer (as Unger Twins)
Julie Wilson ...
Herself - Singer
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Milton Berle's guests include dancers the Unger Twins (Gustaf and Bertil), singer Frances Faye, slapstick comics Low, Hite, and Stanley (one short, one average, one tall), dancers the Caites, and singer Julie Wilson. Berle replaces one of the Unger Twins in a comic mirror routine, and teams with Costello for the old A&C math routine. The finale is in a turn of the century beer garden with all the cast. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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We Are The Men of Texaco
aka "Theme Song to the Texaco Star Theatre starring Milton Berle"
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by Buddy Arnold and Heywood Kling (ASCAP)
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