The Milton Berle Show: Season 2, Episode 28

Episode #2.28 (28 Mar. 1950)
"Texaco Star Theater" Episode #2.28 (original title)

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Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: composer Sammy Cahn, actor Bruce Cabot, comic acrobats Dick and Dot Remy (The Remys), and comic actor Phil Silvers. In one sketch, Berle plays ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host
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Fatso Marco ...
Himself - Regular
Dot Remey ...
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Himself - Comic Dancer (as The Remys)
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Sid Stone ...
Himself - Texaco Pitchman
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Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: composer Sammy Cahn, actor Bruce Cabot, comic acrobats Dick and Dot Remy (The Remys), and comic actor Phil Silvers. In one sketch, Berle plays Cleopatra with Cabot as Julius Ceasar. In a stand-up bit, Silvers gives Berle hands-on singing lessons. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Milton Berle, in his autobiography, says the Cleopatra sketch went awry. Fatso Marko was supposed to announce Bruce Cabot by saying, "And here he is now, Julius Caesar!" At the last minute, they changed the line and making the name Sid Caesar. Marko got confused and on the air said, "And here he is now, Irving Sussman!" See more »

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