Texaco Star Theater

Season 4 Episode 2

9/25/1951

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Sep 25, 1951 on NBC
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9/25/1951
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Miltie's guests this week include: Louis Armstrong; Basil Rathbone; singer/dancers Condos and Brandow; Arnold Stang; and singers Patrice Munsel and Vaughn Monroe.
Berle and Rathbone do a take-off on the current Gregory Peck film Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N. called "Horatio Hornberler" with Milton as the salty sea dog. Armstrong does a brief stand-up bit with Berle and sings and plays "Jeepers Creepers".moreless

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    Louis Armstrong

    Louis Armstrong

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Arnold Stang

    Arnold Stang

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Basil Rathbone

    Basil Rathbone

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Fatso Marco

    Fatso Marco

    Series Regular

    Recurring Role

    Alan Roth

    Alan Roth

    Bandleader

    Recurring Role

    Sid Stone

    Sid Stone

    Texaco Pitchman

    Recurring Role

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      • Milton: Satchmo, I want to tell you something, whenever I hear you, whenever I hear you sing, I get a great feeling of your great talent, and whenever I hear you blow the trumpet, you were born -- well, I mean, you're the top, you're really the young man with a horn.
        Louis: Thank you, thank you. And you are my favorite, and you're the young man with the corn.
        Milton: If I knew it was going to get such a big laugh, I would have given it to myself.

      • Milton Berle: You're with me, Captain Horatio Hornberler, scourge of the seven seas. Hornberler, the king of the pirates. Yes, I am the lord of the pirates, and where I go, everywhere in the world I am feared by men and adored by women!
        Arnold Stang: You're kiddin'.

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