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Highlights of this edition, which was taped in New York and with guests David Frost, Eileen Farrell and Marilyn Horne, include: Carol and Harvey as a loud American couple trying to purchase a Rolls-Royce from a polished, genteel British salesman (David); Harvey as a henpecked husband who dreams himself a Roman gladiator and Vicki a temptress; an Italian opera spoof "Chinderella" with David as narrator, Carol as the title character, Eileen and Marilyn as the wicked stepsisters, Harvey as the fairy godmother and Lyle as the prince; and musical performances of the works of Puccini by Eileen, Rossini by Marilyn, and Sondheim by Carol, Eileen and Marilyn. Written by W.B.

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Because of where this special show was produced, series regular/announcer Lyle Waggoner's intro heard over the animated opening began with, "From Broadway in New York City...". Also, a special title card bumper with a caricature of Carol's charwoman next to the Statue of Liberty was created for use on this show. See more »

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