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Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers

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NBC (ended 1970)

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Episode Guide

  • Season 3
    • Episode #9
      Episode #9
      Episode 9
      9/10/70
      0.0

      Musical Highlights
      The Golddiggers: "Something Special"
      Patricia Mickey: "Frank Mills" (from the musical Hair)
      Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Julian Chagrin and The Golddiggers: Finale: A medley of songs from 1945

      Comedy
      Marty Feldman limns a daffy version of Sherlock Holmes, and then visits a health farm in an effort to lose weight. For his part, Charles Nelson Reilly engages in a bit of funny business about transplants.

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    • Episode #8
      Episode #8
      Episode 8
      9/3/70
      0.0

      Musical Highlights
      The Golddiggers: "Pick Yourself Up"
      Tommy Tune: "Girls"
      The Golddiggers: "Summer"
      Pauline Antony: "Soon It's Gonna Rain"
      The Golddiggers: "The Puppy Song"
      Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Julian Chagrin and The Golddiggers: Finale: Medley of songs from 1935

      Comedy
      Marty Feldman's madcap antics are on display in three separate sketches: First, as a wild German spy; then as a forlorn tramp; and finally, as a garrulous old man chattering away with a pal. Meanwhile, Charles Nelson Reilly plays a frustrated suitor trying to court a woman via long-distance.

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    • Episode #7
      Episode #7
      Episode 7
      8/27/70
      0.0

      Musical Highlights
      The Golddiggers: "Anything Goes"
      Tommy Tune, with dancing by Susan Lund, Wanda Bailey and Jackie Chidsey: "I'm A Brass Band"
      Paula Cinko: "When I'm Not Near The Boy I Love"
      Michelle DellaFave: "On My Way Home" (original song which she wrote)
      Paula Cinko, Micki McGlone and Pauline Antony: "Trapped In The Web Of Love"
      Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Julian Chagrin and The Golddiggers: Finale: Medley of songs from the 1920s

      Comedy
      Newspaper reporters and the medical profession are lampooned in sketches featuring Marty Feldman and Charles Nelson Reilly.

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    • Episode #6
      Episode #6
      Episode 6
      8/20/70
      0.0

      Musical Highlights
      The Golddiggers: "Gotta Move"
      Tommy Tune, with Susan Lund and Wanda Bailey: Do The Funky Chicken
      Pauline Antony and Rosetta Cox: "Typically English"
      The Golddiggers: "The Time Is Now"
      Susan Lund: "Butterfly McHart"
      Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Julian Chagrin and The Golddiggers: Finale: A medley of tunes from the year 1930

      Comedy
      Marty Feldman plays a London bobbie who uses a cape and the moves of a bullfighter to direct traffic. In another sketch, Charles Nelson Reilly runs a matchmaking service in which he tries to promote the attributes of clients like a used car salesman. Other skits include one about a team of burglars, and a tribute to Mother Goose.

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    • Episode #5
      Episode #5
      Episode 5
      8/13/70
      0.0

      Musical Highlights
      Michelle DellaFave, Tara Leigh, Patricia Mickey, Susan Lund, Jackie Chidsey: "Lorelei"
      Tommy Tune and Paula Cinko: "That's My Brother"
      Rosetta Cox: "I'm Gonna Fall In Love Again"
      Michelle DellaFave: "A Little Brains, A Little Talent"
      Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Julian Chagrin and The Golddiggers: Finale: Medley of songs from the 1950s

      Comedy
      Charles Nelson Reilly plays a tourist in sexually-liberated Denmark, and a pet shop owner arranging an elaborate funeral for a customer's parakeet. In a pantomime sketch, Julian Chagrin does an impression of a dog following his owner's commands. In another routine, Marty Feldman portrays a rather loquacious individual.

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    • Episode #4
      Episode #4
      Episode 4
      8/6/70
      0.0

      Musical highlights include a couple of production numbers by Tommy Tune and The Golddiggers, and a finale spotlighting a medley of songs from 1925.

      Comedy
      Marty Feldman plays an Army veteran reliving old battles, and a bewildered reporter. In another sketch, Charles Nelson Reilly tracks cat burgler Julian Chagrin.

    • Episode #3
      Episode #3
      Episode 3
      7/30/70
      0.0

      Musical Numbers
      The Golddiggers: "I Like To Walk In The Rain"
      Charles Nelson Reilly: "Give Me Something To Remember You By" (comical rendition)
      Michelle DellaFave & Jackie Chidsey: "My Heart Belongs To Daddy"
      Pauline Antony, Susan Lund, Rosetta Cox and Wanda Bailey: Musical Intro to Tommy Tune
      Tommy Tune (with The Golddiggers): "The Rainmaker"
      Tara Leigh: "What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?"
      Michelle DellaFave, Micki McGlone, Susan Lund, Rosetta Cox, Jackie Chidsey: "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay"

      Comedy
      Marty Feldman goes out for the Sunday paper, breaks his glasses and winds up driving across the world. In another sketch, Marty plays a real estate agent who tries to sell Charles Nelson Reilly a house next to an airport runway. In a third skit, Charles' attempt to use a commuter dating service goes awry. Also: Julian Chagrin performs a pantomime of a man's reaction to receiving a chair as a gift.

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    • Episode #2
      Episode #2
      Episode 2
      7/23/70
      0.0

      Musical Highlights
      The Golddiggers: "I Wanna Be Loved"
      Pauline Antony, Susan Lund, Rosetta Cox and Wanda Bailey: Musical Intro to Tommy Tune
      Tommy Tune: "Abergavenny"
      Tara Leigh, Paula Cinko, Micki McGlone, Pauline Antony, Pat Mickey, Rosetta Cox and Jackie Chidsey: "Elegance" (from Hello, Dolly!)
      Jackie Chidsey: "Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay"
      Michelle DellaFave, Susan Lund, Wanda Bailey and Jackie Chidsey: "Wild"
      The Golddiggers: "Strike Up The Band"

      Comedy
      Charles Nelson Reilly plays a swain who tries to retrieve gifts from his former girlfriend, and haggles with Marty Feldman in a bookstore. In filmed sequences, Marty Feldman essays a soccer player in awe of British royalty, and a golfer with strange strokes.

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    • The Golddiggers In London: Season Premiere

      Musical Numbers
      The Golddiggers: "Hello, Hello, London"
      Pauline Antony, Susan Lund, Rosetta Cox and Wanda Bailey: Musical Intro to Tommy Tune
      Tommy Tune: "I've Got Your Number" (w. dancing by Jackie Chidsey)
      Michelle DellaFave, Tara Leigh and Paula Cinko: Medley: "What The World Needs Now Is Love" / "Just A Little Lovin'"
      The Golddiggers: "Something Special"
      The Golddiggers: "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"

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  • Season 2
  • Season 1
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