The Milton Berle Show: Season 5, Episode 9

Episode #5.9 (25 Nov. 1952)
"Texaco Star Theater" Episode #5.9 (original title)

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Milton Berle welcomes guests including Frank Sinatra and Eva Gabor, with Jimmy Nelson, Bobby Sherwood and Ruth Gilbert. Sinatra sings performs "Birth of the Blues" with Sherwood on trumpet.... See full summary »

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Milton Berle welcomes guests including Frank Sinatra and Eva Gabor, with Jimmy Nelson, Bobby Sherwood and Ruth Gilbert. Sinatra sings performs "Birth of the Blues" with Sherwood on trumpet. Berle, Sinatra, and Gabor toss around ideas for TV shows. "I Hate Miltie" has Berle and Gabor as a zany couple trying to fix a large turkey because people keep inviting themselves for Thanksgiving; Gilbert and Sinatra are the neighbors. In "What's My Racket?", panelists have trouble guessing the obvious occupations of the contestants. "Kukla, Friend, and Ollie" casts Gabor, Sinatra, and Berle in the kiddie program. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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