Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

Season 3 Episode 3

Muhammad Ali

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Aired Unknown Feb 19, 1976 on NBC
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Muhammad Ali
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The Champ, The Greatest Fighter in all history of Boxing, Muhammad Ali is Roasted in this Hour. Taking part in this roast are Foster Brooks, Red Buttons, Ruth Buzzi, Charlie Callas, Wilt Chamberlain, Howard Cosell, Billy Crystal, Georgia Engel, Rocky Graziano, Sherman Hemsley, Gabe Kaplan, Gene Kelly, Herbert Muhammad, Tony Orlando, Floyd Patterson, Freddie Prinze, Nipsey Russell, Isabel Sanford and Orson Welles.moreless

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    Muhammad Ali

    Muhammad Ali

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Howard Cosell

    Howard Cosell

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Rocky Graziano

    Rocky Graziano

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Orson Welles

    Orson Welles

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Foster Brooks

    Foster Brooks

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Charlie Callas

    Charlie Callas

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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      • Freddie Prinze: I'm very proud to be here because as a kid growing up in Spanish Harlem, I used to watch Muhammad Ali on the TV all the time, which is hard to do when two guys are carrying it out the window.

      • Red Buttons: Why are they giving this man a roast when some of the greatest black people in the world never got a dinner? That's right when they never got a dinner. Sidney Poitier who once said, "Guess who's not coming to dinner?", never got a dinner. George Foreman who said to the referee during the Ali fight, "I think he's got a razor". Alton Maddox, the black revolutionary War Hero who said at the battle of Bunker Hill, "Don't fire till you see the whites". Never got a dinner. Wilt Chamberlain's mother who said, "Kids don't look up to their parents anymore." Justice Thurgood Marshall who said when he was appointed to the Supreme Court, "Here comes da Judge". Aunt Jemima, who once said, "These hotcakes are selling like hotcakes". Never got a dinner. Uncle Remus who once said to Uncle Ben, "Your a credit to your rice". Pearl Bailey who said when she was invited to the White House, "I'll sing and I'll dance but I don't do windows". Never got a dinner. And certainly one of the greatest blacks of all-time, Shirley Temple Black, never got a dinner.

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