Cavalcade of Stars

Season 3 Episode 9

October 26, 1951

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Oct 26, 1951 on Dumont
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October 26, 1951
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Gleason's guests are vocalists Georgia Gibbs and Arthur Lee Simpkins, and columnist Earl Wilson.
Jackie performs a comedy magic act. Reginald Van Gleason III performs with the ridiculous musicians at a charity bazaar. The June Taylor Dancers perform two numbers. Clem Finch (Carney) and Charlie Bratton (Gleason) appear in another lunchroom sketch. Gibbs sings "I'll Always Be in Love With You." Wilson recognizes Gleason for his charity work with an amputees foundation.

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    Georgia Gibbs

    Georgia Gibbs

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Arthur Lee Simpkins

    Arthur Lee Simpkins

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Earl Wilson

    Earl Wilson

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Art Carney

    Art Carney

    Series Regular (1950-1952)

    Recurring Role

    Pert Kelton

    Pert Kelton

    Series Regular (1950-1952)

    Recurring Role

    June Taylor Dancers

    June Taylor Dancers

    Series Regulars (1950-1952)

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Reggie Van Gleason: (upon getting a look at Christoper Blemish) You look like the advance man for a famine!

      • Reggie Van Gleason: Say, that is an odd stone you have on that ring.
        Pamela Bumper: That's no stone. I had a setting made to fit around my warts.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Who Is That Guy? Leo Guarnieri appears in this episode as the triangle-playing musician Christopher Blemish. His odd-looking mug would make regular unbilled appearances on all of Jackie Gleason's various series. A skinny guy with a beak-like nose and bulging eyes which he crossed, he combed his greasy hair so it stuck out on each side like wings with a long piece of it plastered down his forehead. When he spoke, it was with a shrill, slightly effeminate voice. His whole purpose was to look goofy, and he succeeded beautifully.

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