This short-lived comedy dealt with the day to day lives of the staff and (rare) guests in a New York hotel that had fallen on hard times.
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Cloris Leachman ...  Ms. Frick / ... 10 episodes, 1989
Harvey Korman ...  Reginald Tarkington / ... 10 episodes, 1989
Brian McNamara ...  Charles Nutt III 10 episodes, 1989
Molly Hagan ...  Sally Lonnaneck 10 episodes, 1989
Gregory Itzin ...  Dennis 10 episodes, 1989
Mark Blankfield ...  Freddy 10 episodes, 1989
Gloria Hayes Gloria Hayes ...  Maria 5 episodes, 1989
Patti Tippo ...  Dixie 5 episodes, 1989
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This short-lived comedy dealt with the day to day lives of the staff and (rare) guests in a New York hotel that had fallen on hard times.

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English

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20 September 1989 (USA) See more »

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Matt Hotel See more »

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Touchstone Television See more »
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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Co-creators Mel Brooks and Alan Spencer first met when the latter snuck into the set of "Young Frankenstein" as a teenager, just to meet Marty Feldman. Brooks however, did not know Spencer was the same person he met on set after they begin working on the show. See more »

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Referenced in That's Showbusiness: Holiday Special (1989) See more »

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As the son of Harvey Korman I want to add my two cents.
22 January 2018 | by chrispkormanSee all my reviews

First off one of the reviewers suggest that the Nutt House was on ABC it wasn't it was on NBC after Night Court.I would also like to add had it been a sitcom with 3 cameras the jokes/premise of the plots would have worked better.IMy father Harvey Korman who was a exceptional comedian/actor on Burnett worked better with the immediacy of having the audience react naturally.When you do a 1 camera sitcom like say Sledge Hammer another Alan Spencer production the actors are forced to have to take a beat venture a guess how long a laugh would normally take had there been a audience there. Site gags and physical comedy only works when there is a immediate response from the audience.The only thing I can say about my fathers deft comedic talents and Cloris's was they range every laugh they could out of those scripts because they had a inate ability to know how long to wait for a laugh to desolve in their heads because speaking.Again this show would have been more successfull had it been done infront of a studio audience.


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