The Milton Berle Show: Season 2, Episode 8

Episode #2.8 (8 Nov. 1949)
"Texaco Star Theater" Episode #2.8 (original title)

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Berle's guests include: actor Arthur Treacher, comedy actress Imogene Coca, vaudeville comic Benny Fields, puppeteer Frank Paris, dancers the Clark Brothers, ballroom dance team Adam and ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host
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Herself - Comic Actress
The Digitanos ...
Themselves
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Himself - Comedian
Frank Paris ...
Himself - Puppeteer
Sid Stone ...
Himself - Texaco Pitchman
Arthur Treacher ...
Himself
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Himself - Comedian
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Berle's guests include: actor Arthur Treacher, comedy actress Imogene Coca, vaudeville comic Benny Fields, puppeteer Frank Paris, dancers the Clark Brothers, ballroom dance team Adam and June Digitanos, Rosie the Bear, and comedian Henny Youngman. Berle, dressed as a cannibal, sings "I've Got You Under My Skin"; Treacher gives Berle a diction lesson and Youngman joins the two for a number; Fields sings "Baby Face"; Coca impersonates movie glamor queens; Fields and Berle do a sketch about old time New York with a skating bear. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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