Max Liebman Presents

Season 1 Episode 12

A Connecticut Yankee

Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Mar 12, 1955 on NBC
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A Connecticut Yankee
Max Liebman presents A Connecticut Yankee, inspired by the Mark Twain tale. It tells of a modern-day groom-to-be who is projected back in time to the days of King Arthur. There, the people he knows at home assume the identities of the characters about the Round Table and their lady-loves. Songs included: This is My Night to Howl / My Heart Stood Still - Eddie Albert / Thou Swell - Eddie Albert / At the Round Table - Boris Karloff / On a Desert Island with Thee / To Keep My Love Alive - Gale Sherwood / Hymm to the Sun / Ye Lunchtime Follies / Can't You Do a Friend a Favor? - Eddie Albert / I Feel At Home with You - Jack Thompson / You Always Love the Same Girl - Eddie Albert / The Camelot Samba.moreless

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