The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (1956–1960)
Hope discusses the new 1956 TV season.
Plugged at end of show by Perry Como.
Arlene Francis introduces Tom Poston and says that he is on the show
Posing with his men as a Flamenco dance troupe, Bilko tells the customs officer that they'll only appear on Ed Sullivan's show - never on Steve Allen's.
Mentioned in Plato's Cave sketch
Johnny recalls a sketch he did on the show, spoofing "Maverick"
Jerry Lee appears on "The Steve Allen Show."
Crow wants to change his name to José Jiminez
Jerry discovers Ronny Ray's term paper from 1969, which is subtitled "The José Jimenez story."
Bart protests about "Gabbo crank call": "He stole this bit from Krusty." Lisa comments: "Well, Krusty stole it from Steve Allen."
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie and television history.
"the Steve Allen Show" mentioned
A clip TV performance and comedy skit
clip with discussion of "Be Bop A Lula" lyrics
Clip shown of Steve Allen with Jack Kerouac.
Clip is shown.
Featured in documentary
Clip of the show crediting Steve Allen for the "Rat Fink" character
Clips are shown.
clips shown featuring Allen