The Admiral Broadway Revue: Season 1, Episode 18

Encore (3 Jun. 1949)

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Series regulars include comic performs Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca, singer/actress Mary McCarty, and dancers Mata and Hari.

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Episode credited cast:
William Archibald ...
Himself - Dancer
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Himself - Comedian
Gower Champion ...
Himself - Dancer
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Herself - Dancer
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Herself - Comedian
Eugene Hari ...
Himself - Dancer (as Mata and Hari)
Ruth Mata ...
Herself - Dancer (as Mata and Hari)
Mary McCarty ...
Herself - Regular Performer
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Resturant Man
Louis Nye ...
Admiral Store Assistant
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Several acts are re-staged per viewer requests. Skits include Sid intimidated by a restaurant manager when he loses his check, Imogene does a burlesque of "Afternoon Of A Faun", and later, a fashion show with some unlikely furs, and a reprise of her "lady surgeon" skit. Sid plays a French and then Russian film director describing their latest projects, and a monologue where he describes a rags-to-riches boxing movie plot. The Champions redo a hobo ballet number they'd staged a few weeks earlier, even using the same set. At several points they mention that they'll return in the fall, or even September, but this is the final episode. Written by WesternOne

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