The Jack Paar Program: Season 3, Episode 17

Episode #3.17 (29 Jan. 1965)

TV Episode  |   |  Comedy, Talk-Show
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Jack Burns ...
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Himself
Jim G. Lucas ...
Himself - Announcer
Jose Melis ...
Himself - Bandleader
Jack Paar ...
Himself - Host
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Himself
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Himself
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Robert Goulet sings "No Moon at All", "My Love, Forgive Me" and "If Ever I Would Leave You." Best spot on the show is a very funny skit about a bigoted out-of-town conventioneer and a laconic New York cab driver, beautifully played by Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber of the "Second City" company. Paar has an amusing monologue kidding himself on his recent skiing accident. Phyllis Diller does a brief but humorous monologue about her troubles with her husband, "Fang." See more »

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