Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

Season 1 Episode 7

Barry Goldwater

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Aired Unknown Oct 25, 1973 on NBC
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Barry Goldwater
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Dean roasts Barry Goldwater the man of the hour. Appearing on the dais are guests William Holden, William Conrad, Norm Crosby, Steve Landesburg, Carroll O'Connor, Nipsey Russell, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Don Rice, Dan Rowan and political satirist and comedian Mark Russell. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Free to Carry On". Dean Martin and Ray Stevens duet with "Y'all Come", "Nashville", "Bumming Around" and "Things". William Holden and Dean Martin are monks awaiting a break in their vows of silence.moreless

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    Barry Goldwater

    Barry Goldwater

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    William Holden

    William Holden

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    William Conrad

    William Conrad

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    Nipsey Russell

    Nipsey Russell

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      • William Conrad: I'm here tonight to pay tribute to a fellow flier, Major General Barry Goldwater, retired U.S. Air Force. We both won our pilots wings at Loopfield, Phoenix, Arizona. We both served in World War II and at that time Barry Goldwater was on our side, but even then I knew that you would go far Senator, go far in the service because you studied humility under General MacArthur and took charm lessons from General Patton. As a bomber pilot General Goldwater single-handedly laid waste to eleven major cities and then he went overseas.

      • William Holden: (on one of Barry Goldwater's speech promises) "I will remove pornography from the streets of America and put it where it belongs." At home in his den.

      • Zsa Zsa: I'm not going to tell what happened on our first date but Barry dear, how can they call you a conservative.

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