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The Soupy Sales Show 

Lunch with Soupy Sales (original title)
Saturday morning comedy for all ages brought to you by comic Soupy Sales and his friends Black Tooth, White Fang and Pookie. Largely one-set production relied heavily on cuts to old film ... See full summary »
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1953  

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Soupy Sales ...  Soupy Sales 1 episode, 1953
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Saturday morning comedy for all ages brought to you by comic Soupy Sales and his friends Black Tooth, White Fang and Pookie. Largely one-set production relied heavily on cuts to old film clips and a certain amount of slapstick, as well as amusing improvisation. Written by Rick Morton <RNMorton@aol.com>

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Comedy | Family

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1953 (USA) See more »

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The Soupy Sales Show See more »

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WNEW New York See more »
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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The opening and closing credit scenes were filmed at the York Theatre at 1187 1st Ave. NY. See more »

Alternate Versions

Uncensored footage exists of an on-air prank where the crew had a topless dancer stand just off-camera to throw Soupy's concentration ... all viewers saw at the time was a moving balloon, but footage of what was REALLY going on has appeared on blooper compilations. See more »

Connections

Featured in Sometimes They Come Back (1991) See more »

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Great show when I was a kid.
19 July 2006 | by stever-28See all my reviews

I remember a skit where White Fang told Soupy that he was a magician and could make things appear and disappear. So Soupy says, "OK, make me a chocolate milkshake." White Fang waves his wand and in a puff of smoke, Soupy is turned into a milkshake.

At 8 years old, I thought this was the height of comedy. Edgy and provocative for a kid in the 60s.

I think that between Soupy Sales and Mad Magazine we were all prepared for the events of the late 60s.

Soupy Sales probably helped prepare the way for the later psychedelic era.


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