The Carol Burnett Show

with David Frost, Eileen Farrell, Marilyn Horne

Season 4, Ep 25, Aired 3/22/71
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  • Episode Description
  • From Broadway in New York City... - Eileen Farrell performs Puccini's "O mio babbino caro" from Gianni Schicchi, which leads in to a medley of "Those Great Big City Blues"/"Swanee" - A loutish couple (Carol, Harvey) attempts to buy a Rolls-Royce from a sophisticated British salesman (David Frost) - Marilyn Horne performs Rossini's "Una voce poco fa" from The Barber of Seville - Carol, Eileen and Marilyn sing "You Could Drive a Person Crazy" from Company - Harvey as a henpecked husband who envisions himself in ancient Rome as a gladiator - Italian opera spoof "Chinderella" with Carol in title role, Eileen and Marilyn as wicked stepsisters, Harvey as fairy godmother, Lyle as prince and David as narratormoreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Harvey Korman

    Skit Characters (1967-1977)

  • Carol Burnett

    Hostess

  • Lyle Waggoner

    Skit Characters/Announcer (1967-1974)

  • Vicki Lawrence

    Skit Characters

  • Linda Wallem

    Skit Characters

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (1)

    • Because of where this edition was taped, announcer/series regular Lyle Waggoner's intro during the opening titles was modified to "From Broadway in New York City..."; in addition, a special title card with a caricature of Carol's charwoman character next to the Statue of Liberty was created for this show.

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