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Episode Guide

    • 12/6/1949
      12/6/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      12/6/49
      9.0

      Uncle Miltie's guests on this week's show include comic actor Guy Kibbee, opera singer Robert Merrill, dancers the Blackburn Twins, comic acrobatic team Coco, Steve and Eddie, comedian Rex Raymer, harmonica players Borrah Minevitch's Rascals with Johnny Puleo, and actress Janet Blair.
      Berle with stars with Blair in a play he just wrote, "One Ham's Family," with Milton playing all the male roles. The quick costume changes don't happen according to the script. Merrill sings the Toreador song. Raymer's act of musical impressions was interrupted by Berle because the show had run out of time.

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    • 1/20/1953
      1/20/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 15
      1/20/53
      9.0

      Uncle Miltie's guests include: The Andrews Sisters; and Gertrude Berg and Arlene McQuade from TV's The Goldbergs. Milton believes that Molly has asked for his help in getting Rosalie's reluctant boyfriend to propose marriage. He doesn't realize that, in actuality, she's scheming with Max to trick him into a trip down the wedding aisle. The Andrews Sisters volunteer their musical services.

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    • 3/23/1954
      3/23/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 18
      3/23/54
      8.6

      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests this week are Gertrude Berg and Arlene McQuade from TV's The Goldbergs, and Bob Cummings. Molly's (Berg) daughter Rosalie (McQuade) wants to move away and join the theater. It's up to Berle and Cummings to persuade the star-struck teen that show biz isn't all it's cracked up to be.

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    • 9/29/1953
      9/29/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      9/29/53
      8.1

      This is the first episode of The Buick-Berle Show. Frank Sinatra and Tallulah Bankhead join Berle in the season premiere. Miltie reads that Bankhead is producing a Broadway play and he wants to take over the starring role from Sinatra.
       Other performers include Milton Frome and Jack Collins. The singing "men of Texaco" make a brief appearance at the top of the show.

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    • 3/22/1949
      3/22/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 42
      3/22/49
      8.0

      Milton Berle's guests include: Ethel Merman, actor Keye Luke, acrobat act Los Gattos, tap dancer Teddy Hale, and composers Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer, Charles Tobias, Maud Nugent and Lou Brown.
      Berle makes his entrance dressed as a Roman riding in a chariot. Luke and Berle play the stars of China's version of Texaco Star Theater. Merman sings "Who Could Ask For Anything More" and "I Get a Kick Out of You." Berle joins her for "The Varsity Drag" and "Friendship." The finale, Songwriters on Parade, features composers Charles Tobias, Maud Nugent, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer and Lou Brown performing their hits.

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    • 11/10/1953
      11/10/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      11/10/53
      8.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are comedienne Martha Raye and actor John Payne, with regulars Ruth Gilbert, Arnold Stang and Milton Frome. Berle and Raye each get invited to a big NBC party and both have trouble finding dates.
    • 2/28/1950
      2/28/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 24
      2/28/50
      8.0

      Berle's guests this week include: actor Victor Jory; singer Fran Warren; acrobatic dance trio The Charlivels; and singer Rudy Vallee.
      Berle opens dressed as Cinderella. He leads the audience in a "Sing the Headlines" bit. Fran Warren sings "Love Walks Out" and a medley of her hits. A takeoff on the movie "Spellbound"stars Jory as apsychiatrist who hypnotizes patient Miltie into repeating everything he sees and hears. Vallee performs a medley of his 1930's songs. In the finale, a gap-toothed Berle leads a motley college glee club in butchering songs; guest soloist Vallee is pelted with fish during his attempted tune.

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    • 11/29/1949
      11/29/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      11/29/49
      7.5

      Milton Berle's guests this week include: comic actor Edward Everett Horton, jugglers the Pieros, Mazzone-Abbott Dancers, singer Mary Small, and Phil Regan.
      Horton tries to tell Berle about a play he's written. To please the censors, Berle says he'll blow a whistle when something objectionable is said; he blows it constantly. The Mazone-Abbott Dancers perform an apache dance with Milton as an irritating Frenchman. In a sop to Berle's new movie, performers who "always leave them laughing" are saluted with impressions of Danny Kaye, Betty Hutton, Jimmy Durante, Al Jolson, the Marx Brothers and Charlie Chaplin. Fatso Marco, as Walter Pigeon, unleashes the pesky birds in the studio.

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    • 9/21/1954
      9/21/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 1
      9/21/54
      7.5
      The Buick-Berle Show In this second season premiere, Berle's guests include Mickey Rooney, Connie Russell, columnist and What's My Line? panelist Dorothy Kilgallen and television critic Jack O'Brien. With Joey Foreman and Nancy Walker.
      With Mickey's help, Milton schemes to get free publicity by faking a broken leg.
    • 5/29/1951
      5/29/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 37
      5/29/51
      7.5

      Milton's guests this episode include: host of the series Four Star Review Danny Thomas; Beatrice Kraft and her oriental dancers; singer Fran Warren; opera singer Vivian Della Chiesa; singer/actor Carlos Ramirez; 15 year old violinist Michael Rabin; dancers Harold and Lola; announcer/host of the TV series Lights Out Frank Gallop.
      Berle enters as a June bride. Later, he coaches Thomas on how to host a weekly variety series while cracking a bullwhip at his writers. The finale is a succession of performers of the "United Nations of Show Business" production.

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    • 1/18/1949
      1/18/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 33
      1/18/49
      7.5
      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: singer Tony Martin, singer Carmen Miranda, trampoline novelty act the Margo, Paul and Paulette Trio, singer/dancers the Unger Twins, and comedienne/impressionist Florence Desmond.
      Carmen Miranda performs several numbers and is joined by Berle in his infamous Carmen Miranda costume.
    • 12/8/1953
      12/8/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 9
      12/8/53
      7.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are Carol Channing, Peter Lawford and actress Maria Riva. Highlights include a spoof of What's My Line? and Channing singing "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend."
    • 4/6/1954
      4/6/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 20
      4/6/54
      6.0

      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests this week are actors Judith Anderson, Cyril Ritchard and singer Georgia Gibbs. Miltie worries that cultured performer Anderson will be uncomfortable on a TV comedy show, so he brings in Broadway actor Ritchard to direct her in reading "Madea". Berle tries to get some of the "class" to rub of on himself.
      Gibbs performs "Ballin' the Jack". Ritchard does "Somebody Bad Stole the Wedding Bell". Applewhite sings "Make Love to Me."

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    • 1/13/1953
      1/13/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 14
      1/13/53
      5.5
      Uncle Miltie's guests include: film actor Ronald Regan; and actress/singer Dolores Gray. Berle thinks he's being offered a part in a movie. He heads off to Hollywood to claim his role.
    • 4/20/1954
      4/20/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 21
      4/20/54
      5.0

      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Steve Allen, singer/actress Janet Blair, heavyweight boxer Ezzard Charles, and regulars Arnold Stang, Milton Frome and Ruth Gilbert. Berle attends Steve Allen's local TV program, the "Tonight" show, and is called up to meet boxing champ Ezzard Charles. Show-off Berle decides to give Charles a few pointers and accidentally knocks him out cold. Now Milton is forced to fight Ezzard at Madison Square Garden in a real match. Everyone thinks it's a great publicity stunt except for Milton who's convinced he will be killed in the ring.

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    • 4/24/1956
      4/24/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 11
      4/24/56
      4.8
      The Milton Berle Show In this telecast from "Color City in Burbank", Milton Berle hosts this abridged version of Olsen and Johnson's Hellzapoppin'. The cast includes Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, Karen Scott, Shirley Russell, Jeanette Williams, The Covan Kids, Marty May, June Johnson, The Concords, Britt Wood, Connie Van, Ken Mayer and the Johnathan Lucas Dancers.moreless
    • 4/3/1956
      4/3/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 10
      4/3/56
      4.3

      The Milton Berle Show Broadcast live in color from USS Hancock stationed at San Diego, CA. Milton's guests include Elvis Presley, Esther Williams, Buddy Rich, regular Arnold Stang and the Harry James Orchestra. Berle does a monologue and then is joined by Esther Williams for some banter. The two sing "Memories Are Made of This" with new lyrics about sailors. Elvis and his band perform "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Blue Suede Shoes." Presley introduces his "twin brother Melvin," a hick dufus played by Berle. The two launch into a reprise of "Blue Suede Shoes" with Berle destroying his guitar and dancing Elvis-style like a lunatic. Francis (Arnold Stang), now a sailor, is the winner of the date with Ester Williams contest; the two exchange their usual insults. Harry James leads his band in "You Made Me Love You" followed by Buddy Rich joining for "Two O'Clock Jump." As James, Rich, and the orchestra play "Tiger Rag," Berle attempts to join them on trumpet, with little success. Berle performs a musical number with Esther Williams as a wave who gets doused with water.

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    • 3/13/1956
      3/13/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 9
      3/13/56
      4.0
      The Milton Berle Show In this color telecast from Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas, NV, Milton welcomes dancers The Step Brothers, French singer/actress Denise Darcel, Zsa Zsa Gabor, acrobatic act the Seven Ashtons, the Copa Girls from the Sands Hotel, and Ray Anthony and his Orchestra.
    • 1/12/1954
      1/12/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 11
      1/12/54
      4.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests this week are Basil Rathbone, buxom blonde comedienne Dagmar, author Mickey Spillane, from the TV series Treasury Men in Action actor Walter Greaza, Latin vocalist Jose Duval, and vocal group The Hilltoppers. The search is on for a new 1954 Buick that has disappeared from the stage.moreless
    • 6/6/1956
      6/6/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 13
      6/5/56
      3.5
      In color from Hollywood, Milton's guests include: actresses Debra Paget and Irish McCalla; and Elvis Presley. This is the final episode of the original Milton Berle Show on NBC.
    • 5/15/1956
      5/15/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 12
      5/15/56
      3.0

      The Milton Berle Show This color telecast from California features guests Mickey Rooney and Peggy King.
      Miltie's psychiatrist suggests he hire an understudy to relieve the pressure of carrying the show alone. Mickey Rooney takes the job, sending Miltie back to the doctor because Rooney's too good. Berle and King star in a production number saluting New York; Rooney has a tiny part, but weasels his way into the lead. Peggy sings "I Could Have Danced All Night." Rooney steals the scene in a dramatic boxing sketch; Berle recasts it so that he plays the boxer himself.

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    • 6/2/1953
      6/2/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 29
      6/2/53
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: comic actor Eddie Bracken; Marion Colby; the Blackburn Twins; and comic singers Betty and Jane, The Kean Sisters; with Bobby Sherwood and Ruth Gilbert.
    • 5/3/1953
      5/3/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 26
      5/3/53
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests this week include: singers Ezio Pinza and The DeMarco Sisters; and comic actor Arnold Stang.
    • 5/12/1953
      5/12/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 27
      5/12/53
      0.0
      "Mr. Television" welcomes guests including: boxer/actor "Slapsie" Maxie Rosenbloom; and singers Vaughn Monroe and Margaret Truman.
    • 6/9/1953
      6/9/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 30
      6/9/53
      0.0
      This is the final Milton Berle show under the title Texaco Star Theater. When "Mr. Television" returns in the fall, the series is known as The Buick-Berle Show. Miltie's guests on this episode include: star of TV's The Goldbergs Gertrude Berg; and singers Ezio Pinza and Margaret Truman. Max throws a bon voyage party for Milton who's going away on a cruise. Berle tries to find a job for Max while he's away. As the show ends, we see Miltie and Max aboard the S.S. Niagara Falls.moreless
    • 10/27/1953
      10/27/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      9/29/53
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are actor Paul Douglas and singer Marguerite Piazza. Also featured: Jack Collins.
    • 5/26/1953
      5/26/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 28
      5/26/53
      0.0
      Berle's guests include: stars of The Goldbergs Gertrude Berg and Arlene McQuade; and Al Jolson vocalist Norman Brooks; with Jimmy Nelson, Arnold Stang and Ruth Gilbert. Molly (Berg) asks Miltie to take Rosalie (McQuade) to the prom since she was stood up. The girl develops a crush on Berle; he begs off by saying he's already in love with Max. Max overhears the conversation, which opens another can of worms. Brooks sings "Hello, Sunshine" and Berle does "Me and My Shadow."moreless
    • 12/1/1953
      12/1/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      12/1/53
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Jack Webb, Lisa Kirk, and Sid Caesar. With Charlie Applewhite, Ruth Gilbert, Arnold Stang, and Jack Collins.
      In this Dragnet spoof, Caesar accuses Miltie of swiping his material and calls the cops. The officer investigating the case is Sgt. Joe Friday (Webb). Berle dreams he's on trial for stealing in the court of Judge Arnold Stang. He's found guilty, but Sgt. Friday isn't through with his investigation. Berle and Kirk sing "Still Be Mine" and "From This Moment On." Applewhite does "I Love Paris."moreless
    • 10/6/1953
      10/6/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      10/6/53
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include: actor Edward G. Robinson; Eddie Fisher; Sid Raymond; Tony Canzoneri; Mildred Hughes; Kitty Carr; Lucky Greene; Ralph Hertz; Joan Kaible; and Sandra Berle. After running into Fisher in a record store--and watching his fans fawn over him--Milton gets the idea to write and record his own hit record. Having actually written several hundred tunes, Berle does a medley of songs he's composed. When he's refused by all the record labels, Miltie asks for help from tough guy Robinson.moreless
    • 11/24/1953
      11/24/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      11/24/53
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are actor George Raft, singer Patrice Munsel and Steve Allen. Milton is tired of the format of his show, so he decides the episode should have a gangsters and cops-and-robbers theme.
    • 3/2/1954
      3/2/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 16
      3/2/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are Mickey Rooney and singer Eileen Barton. Rooney is hired by Berle to be his understudy.
    • 3/9/1954
      3/9/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 17
      3/9/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are Eddie "Rochester" Anderson from The Jack Benny Program and comedian Jack Carson. Uncle Miltie's having problems with his taxes.
    • 2/2/1954
      2/2/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 13
      2/2/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include singer Jane Froman. Berle is talked into buying a nightclub, unaware that there's an illegal casino being run in the back. Gangsters and gamblers come and go through the nighclub in various disguises. The club acts as a setting for numerous musical numbers during the episode.moreless
    • 1/19/1954
      1/19/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 12
      1/19/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are film stars Gloria Swanson and Don Ameche.
    • 3/30/1954
      3/30/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 19
      3/30/54
      0.0

      The Buick-Berle Show Milton salutes the start of racing season with guests The Will Mastin Trio (starring Sammy Davis, Jr.), Charlie Applewhite, and jockey Sam Renick, plus regulars Arnold Stang and Ruth Gilbert.
      Berle buys a horse, names it "Mr. Television" and enters it in the big race.He also has an encounter with gangsters.
      The Will Maston Trio performs a song and dance segment with Sammy Davis Jr. doing impressions of singers including Nat "King" Cole, Billy Eckstine, and Vaughn Monroe.

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    • 6/8/1948
      6/8/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      6/8/48
      0.0

      This is the premiere episode of Texaco Star Theater. Milton Berle is the first host (though he wouldn't become the official series star until the fall). His guests are Senor Wences, singer Pearl Bailey, flamenco dancers Rosario and Antonio, acrobatic act the Moroccans, double-talk comedian Al Kelly, harmonicist Stan Fisher, adagio dancers the Andreas, Betty Alexander (who welcomed the viewers), pitchman Sid Stone and the Russ Case orchestra. Bailey sings "Tired" and "Good Enough For Me." Berle becomes the lousy member of the Moroccans, Rosario and Antonio dance to "Capriccio Espagnol" and "Fire Dance."

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    • 10/13/1953
      10/13/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      10/13/53
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include buxom blonde comedienne Dagmar, actor Jackie Cooper, and singers Denise Darcel and Vic Damone.
    • 2/23/1954
      2/23/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 15
      2/23/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Milton's guest is musical comedy star Kaye Thompson. With Jack Collins, Charlie Applewhite, Arnold Stang, and Ruth Gilbert. Berle, fed up with his disrespectful staff, fires the whole bunch and replaces them with the show's new choreographer, Kaye Thompson. Thompson's dating the sponsor's rep who decides Kay can also star. Now show-less, Berle visits Max's home to woo her back to his side and finds her family members are bigger goofballs than she is. Thompson performs "I Won't Dance", "I Love a Violin" and "I Can't Give You Anything But Love." Applewhite sings "My Secret Love to Max.moreless
    • 1/5/1954
      1/5/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 10
      1/5/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Milton's guests this week are comedienne Martha Raye and tough-guy actor Mike Mazurki.
    • 11/3/1953
      11/3/1953
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      11/3/53
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Wally Cox from the TV series Mr. Peepers and Tallulah Bankhead.
      Cox, as Mr. Peepers, invites Berle and Bankhead to perform at his school's fall festival. Berle sings "From Rags to Riches" while Bankhead does a dramatic reading of Dorothy Parker's The Waltz. Miltie tries to get rid of his fawing assistant Max by getting her to date Mr. Peepers.moreless
    • 4/28/1953
      4/28/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 25
      4/28/53
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests this week include: comic actor Bob Cummings; from NBC-TV's Mr. Peepers Wally Cox; singer/dancer Lisa Kirk.
    • 9/16/1952
      9/16/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      9/16/52
      0.0
      Milton starts season five of Texaco Star Theater with guests including: Martha Raye; and actor Dennis King. Raye opens the show with the number "It's Great to be Alive and Kicking" with a male chorus line. One sketch featured a take-off on Macbeth done ala Dragnet.
    • 9/23/1952
      9/23/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 2
      9/23/52
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: Carmen Miranda; actors Gregory Ratoff, Roland Winters, Cliff Norton and Gene Baylos; comic actress Ruth Gilbert; hillbilly singer "Texas" Jean Valli; Bobby Sherwood; Phyllis Goodkind; child actor David Winters; and Jack Collins.
    • 9/30/1952
      9/30/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 3
      9/30/52
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: actress/TV hostess Faye Emerson; bandleader/musician Skitch Henderson; and vocalists Bobby Sherwood and Ezio Pinza.
    • 10/14/1952
      10/14/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 4
      10/14/52
      0.0
      Uncle Milty's guests include: Gertrude Berg, writer/star of The Goldbergs; actresses Miriam Hopkins and Arlene McQuade.
    • 10/21/1952
      10/21/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 5
      10/21/52
      0.0
      Uncle Milty's guests include: singer Rudy Vallee; Bobby Sherwood; singer Mel Torme; actor Roland Young; and comedienne/singer Rose Marie.
    • 10/28/1952
      10/28/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 6
      10/28/52
      0.0
      Milty's guests include: comic actor Huntz Hall; and actress Paulette Goddard.
    • 6/10/1952
      6/10/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 39
      6/10/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie wraps up his fourth season with guests including: Robert Alda; singer/actress Dolores Gray; singer Don Cornell; dancer Peg Leg Bates; Billy Barty; the Fleetwoods; the Cover Girls; and comic actress Mary Beth Hughes.
    • 6/3/1952
      6/3/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 38
      6/3/52
      0.0

      Berle's scheduled guests this week include: vocalist Billy Eckstine; Dorothy Collins; comedians Morey Amsterdam and Henny Youngman; musical/comedy performer Jack Durant; Kenny Sharpe; actor Jack Albertson; Billy Barty; acrobat and trampoline act The Schaller Brothers; actress/singer Mary Beth Hughes; Jimmy Nelson; and the Harriet Hoctor Dancers.
      Berle refuses to sign a contract for next season, so the Texaco rep (Albertson) threatens to replace him with Amsterdam or Youngman; Collins sings "Treat Me Rough"; the finale, "Around the Town", looks at entertainment offered at various New York City locations.

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    • 4/8/1952
      4/8/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 30
      4/8/52
      0.0
      Comedian Frank Fay fills-in as guest host this week. His guests include: Nat "King" Cole; and dancer Hal LeRoy.
    • 4/15/1952
      4/15/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 31
      4/15/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: comic actress Mary Beth Hughes; singer Don Richards; operatic soprano Mimi Benzell; sports announcer Russ Hodges; Jack Norton; the LeCoutons; dancers The Dunhills; host of Lights Out Frank Gallop; and from the NY Giants, Bobby Thompson and Sal Maglie.
    • 4/22/1952
      4/22/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 32
      4/22/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Renzo Cesana from TV's The Continental; songwriter Nacio Herb Brown; Bill Norvas and the Upstarts; and singer Bobby Carroll.
    • 4/29/1952
      4/29/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 33
      4/29/52
      0.0
      Miltie's scheduled guests this week include: actor Boris Karloff; actress Nina Foch; singer Don Cornell; Lisa Kirk; comic Billy Gilbert; comic actor Arnold Stang; and dancer Joan Holloway.
    • 5/6/1952
      5/6/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 34
      5/6/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: singers Clark Dennis and Kay Armen.
    • 5/13/1952
      5/13/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 35
      5/13/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: drummer Gene Krupa; and actress/singer Carol Bruce.
    • 11/11/1952
      11/11/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 7
      11/11/52
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests include: singers The DeMarco Sisters; actress Constance Bennett; and opera baritone Robert Merrill.
    • 11/18/1952
      11/18/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 8
      11/18/52
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: comedian Jack Carter; newscaster H. V. Kaltenborn; opera singer Roberta Peters; and Bobby Sherwood and Ruth Gilbert. Berle watches his own show after being kidnapped by gangsters. The Texaco men introduce Jack Carter, who's taken over the show. The mob boss escorts Milton to his son's birthday party and learns the kid likes "Uncle Jack" better than him. The thugs let Berle go and decide to kidnap Carter instead; they foul up and nab Milton again.moreless
    • 2/24/1953
      2/24/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 19
      2/24/53
      0.0

      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: guitarist Les Paul and singer Mary Ford; and from TV's The Goldbergs, Gertrude Berg, Eli Mintz, and Arlene McQuade.

    • 3/10/1953
      3/10/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 20
      3/10/53
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: co-star of The Jack Benny Program Eddie "Rochester" Anderson; singer Karen Chandler; and big band leader Bob Crosby.
    • 3/17/1953
      3/17/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 21
      3/17/53
      0.0
      Miltie's guests this week include: Broderick Crawford; singer Marguerite Piazza; and buxom blonde/comedienne Dagmar.
    • 3/31/1953
      3/31/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 22
      3/31/53
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: actor Charles Coburn; and singers Eddie Fisher and Denise Darcel.
    • 4/7/1953
      4/7/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 23
      4/7/53
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: Cesar Romero; actress Laraine Day; and from The Arthur Murray Party dancer Kathryn Murray. Uncle Miltie asks Kathryn Murray for her help in impressing Laraine Day.
    • 4/14/1953
      4/14/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 24
      4/14/53
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: star/writer of The Goldbergs Gertrude Berg; and singer Peggy Lee.
    • 2/17/1953
      2/17/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 18
      2/17/53
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests this week include: comedienne/impersonator Florence Desmond; and actor Don Ameche.
    • 2/10/1953
      2/10/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 17
      2/10/53
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: comedian Jack Carter; actress Gloria DeHaven; and Buster Crabbe.
    • 11/25/1952
      11/25/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 9
      11/25/52
      0.0
      Milton Berle welcomes guests including: Frank Sinatra; and Eva Gabor; with Jimmy Nelson, Bobby Sherwood and Ruth Gilbert. Sinatra sings performs "Birth of the Blues" with Sherwood on trumpet. Berle, Sinatra, and Gabor toss around ideas for TV shows. I Hate Miltie has Berle and Gabor as a zany couple trying to fix a large turkey because people keep inviting themselves for Thanksgiving; Gilbert and Sinatra are the neighbors. In What's My Racket?, panelists have trouble guessing the obvious occupations of the contestants. Kukla, Friend, and Ollie casts Gabor, Sinatra, and Berle in the kiddie program.moreless
    • 12/9/1952
      12/9/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 10
      12/9/52
      0.0
      Milton Berle welcomes guests including: Cesar Romero; Miriam Hopkins; singer Teresa Brewer; and singer Don Cornell. Truman is hunting for an apartment and Berle offers to sublet his. Ultimately, he ends up homeless.
    • 12/16/1952
      12/16/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 11
      12/16/52
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests this week include: actors Boris Karloff and Don Ameche; and singer Monica Lewis.
    • 12/23/1952
      12/23/1952
      Season 5 - Episode 12
      12/23/52
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      Milton Berle's guests this week include: film actors Basil Rathbone and Paulette Goddard; Miltie's daughter Vicki Berle; singer/actress Mary Beth Hughes; comic actor Milton Frome; and Bobby Sherwood and Ruth Gilbert.
    • 1/6/1953
      1/6/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 13
      1/6/53
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      Milton Berle's first show of 1953 features: actor Gene Lockhart; and singers Johnny Johnston and Margaret Truman; and emcee Robert Q. Lewis; with Jimmy Nelson and Bobby Sherwood. Berle chats with Truman; Johnson sings "Yours"; Berle plays a songwriter selling his tunes at Tin Pan Alley; a take off on You Bet Your Life with Milton as Groucho; a spoof of Meet the Press and Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts with contestants Truman vocalizing and Sherwood as a singing cowboy.moreless
    • 2/3/1953
      2/3/1953
      Season 5 - Episode 16
      2/3/53
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: Frank Sinatra; and film star Joan Blondell.
    • 5/4/1954
      5/4/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 23
      5/4/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Vivian Vance and William Frawley from I Love Lucy and singer/actress Janet Blair. Miltie rents a new rehearsal hall from landlords Fred and Ethel Mertz.
    • 6/8/1954
      6/8/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 26
      6/8/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Bob Hope, dancer Ray Bolger and vocalist Tony Martin.
    • 5/18/1954
      5/18/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 24
      5/18/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include singer Eileen Barton, quick-change performer Owen McGiveney and comic actor/singer Phil Harris from The Jack Benny Program. While doing this show in Hollywood, Berle asks Harris to take him to all the swinging night spots.
    • 4/11/1950
      4/11/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 30
      4/11/50
      0.0
      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: star of CBS-TV's The Ken Murray Show, Ken Murray; producer George White of Broadway's George White's Scandals; trumpeter Raphael Mendez; and dancer Evelyn Farney.
    • 5/16/1950
      5/16/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 35
      5/16/50
      0.0
      Milton Berle stars. The guest list for this episode is not currently known.
    • 6/6/1950
      6/6/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 38
      6/6/50
      0.0
      Milton's scheduled guest is, again this week, comedienne Martha Raye.
    • 6/13/1950
      6/13/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 39
      6/13/50
      0.0

      Milton's guests for the season finale are comedy team Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, actor Robert Alda, tap dancer Betty Bruce, exotic dancer Lou Wills, Jr., singer Gertrude Niesen, M&L's bandleader Dick Stabile, and pitchman Sid Stone. Berle visits his sponsor's office (Alda) with writers Martin and Lewis. Niesen sings "Diamonds Are a Girl's best Friend." The finale features famous showbiz teams with Alda and Niesen as Jack Norworth and Nora Bayes. and Berle and Lewis as Edgar Bergan and Charlie McCarthy.

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    • 4/19/1949
      4/19/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 46
      4/19/49
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      Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include: Martha Raye; Dolores Gray; tap dancer trio the Rockets; and actor Basil Rathbone. Rathbone and Berle do a spoof of murder mysteries; Raye sings "It's a Good Day"; Berle and Raye perform in the sketch "The Sheik of Araby."
    • 2/21/1950
      2/21/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 23
      2/21/50
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      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: actor Robert Alda; vaudevillian and actor James Barton; dancer/furniture lifter Bobby 'Tables' Davis; and composer W.C. Handy.

    • 8/31/1948
      8/31/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 13
      8/31/48
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      Morey Amsterdam is the host for this week's show. Guests include singer Morton Downey, tap dancers Tip, Tap and Toe, comedian Jackie Miles,  the Harmonicats, dancers Patricia Bowman and Rudy Kroelleur. and Jack Diamond.

    • 8/10/1948
      8/10/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      8/10/48
      0.0
      Henny Youngman is this week's host.
    • 2/21/1956
      2/21/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 8
      2/21/56
      0.0
      The Milton Berle Show In this color telecast from the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, Milton's scheduled guests include: Jimmy Durante and Eddie Jackson; singer/dancer Dan Dailey; the Four Aces; Peggy Lee; Eddie Cantor; and dancer Cyd Charisse. The show salutes the new Charisse/Dailey movie Meet Me in Las Vegas which has its premier in the city that night. Clips will be shown and cameras will capture various stars assembling in the Copa Room.moreless
    • 6/15/1948
      6/15/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      6/15/48
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      Harry Richman is the last-minute substitute host for a sick Berle. Guests are blonde female acrobatic dance duo the Costello Twins, comedy-musical quartet The Vagabonds, double-talk comedy team Willie Howard and Hal Gary, dancers Valerie Bettis and Duncan Noble, tap dance legend Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and singer Betty Reilly. With Texaco pitchman Sid Stone and Russ Case and his orchestra.

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    • 6/29/1948
      6/29/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      6/29/48
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      Milton Berle is the scheduled host with guests including: comedian Henny Youngman, Jack Collins, the Cavaliers, and juggling act the Three Swifts.
    • 7/6/1948
      7/6/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 5
      7/6/48
      0.0

      Host is song and dance man of films and Broadway William Gaxton.  Guests include singer Rose Murphy, Vaudevillian Jack Pearl, and the Beatrice Kraft dancers.

    • 7/20/1948
      7/20/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      7/20/48
      0.0

      Comedian Henny Youngman, king of the one-liners, hosts this week's show. Guests are comedians Jean Carroll and Jack Carter, skating act The Whirlwinds, the Chandra Kaly Dancers, and Sharkey the Seal.

    • 12/26/1950
      12/26/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      12/26/50
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      Milton Berle's guests include actor Robert Montgomery.

    • 12/27/1949
      12/27/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 15
      12/27/49
      0.0
      Milton Berle returns from his two week Florida vacation. His guests include: singer/dancer Harry Richman; actor Boris Karloff; acrobats The Bogginos; and trumpeter Leonard Sues.
    • 12/7/1948
      12/7/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 27
      12/7/48
      0.0

      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: Vivian Blaine, comedian Buddy Lester, bandleader Ted Lewis, 7-year-old Danny Richards, Jr., singer/dancer Geraldine DuBois, and animal act Pallenberg's Bears.
      Blaine sings a medley of songs from her films and Berle joins in for a song-and-dance finish. Lester does a stand-up routine. Milton trades quips with precocious child Danny. In the show's finale, Lewis is joined by singer DuBois and the rest of the cast in top hat and tails for "When My Baby Smiles at Me."

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    • 12/21/1948
      12/21/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 29
      12/21/48
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      Milton Berle's guests include comedian Henny Youngman, singer/actress Gracie Fields, boogie/woogie singer/pianist Maurice Rocco, child actress Verna Raymond, and actor/announcer Jack La Rue. Fields sings "Green-Up Time" and a comic version of "My Hero." She appears in a Western take-off with Berle and Youngman, and in a sentimental bit with Raymond. Youngman comes up through the audience as a concessioner and the two exchange insults; then, the two did a ballet send-up. LaRue plays a "tough guy" in a sketch.

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    • 12/28/1948
      12/28/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 30
      12/28/48
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      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: dancers the Four Step Brothers, Latin bandleader Xavier Cugat, and Frank Marlowe.

    • 1/11/1949
      1/11/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 32
      1/11/49
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      Milton Berle's guests are comedian Jack Carter, singing comedy act Ming and Ling, singer/actress Patricia Morison, and vocalist Benny Fields. Morrison sings "Beguine" and joins in a take-off of "Mr. and Mrs." radio shows. In the finale, Berle, Carter and Fatso Marco appear as three Jimmy Durantes. Fields, Berle and Carter perform in a corny minstrel show satire. Ming and Ling do hillbilly songs.

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    • 5/31/1949
      5/31/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 52
      5/31/49
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      Berle's guests include comics Bert Wheeler and Benny Fields.

    • 11/30/1948
      11/30/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 26
      11/30/48
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      Milton Berle's guests are comic Jan Murray, vaudeville vocalist Joe Howard, singer/actress Janet Blair, comic tumbling act the Nonchalants, and dance team Five Cuban Diamonds.
      Berle joins the Diamonds in a dance routine, and with Murray and Blair in a sketch lampoon of The Sea Wolf. Howard sings "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now," joined by Berle in drag. Murray does a monologue and Blair sings a couple of tunes.

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    • 11/23/1948
      11/23/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 25
      11/23/48
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      Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include: Judy Canova, singers/comic brothers Dick and Gene (Wesson Brothers), dancers Mario and Florio, comic dance act Stump and Stumpy, and acrobatic act the Jansleys.

    • 11/16/1948
      11/16/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 24
      11/16/48
      0.0

      Milton Berle's guests include comic Red Buttons, guillotine act Russell Swan, comic act the Arnaut Brothers (brothers, dressed as birds, speak through whistling), singer Ella Logan, and acrobatic dancers the Crackerjacks.
      Logan sings "Sunny Side of the Street" and "Little Bit of Heaven." Buttons is the customer in a loan shark sketch with Berle, and joins Stone in the Texaco commercial. Berle begs out of being victim to Swan's guillotine.

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    • 11/9/1948
      11/9/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 23
      11/9/48
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      Milton Berle's guests are singer Luba Malina, dancers the Berry Brothers, comic Bert Wheeler, vocal group the Merry Macs, and child actress Verna Raymond. Malinda sings two songs (one a calypso number) and joins Berle and Wheeler in a sketch. Berle swaps insults with precocious Raymond and dances with the Berrys in a comedy encore.

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    • 1/31/1950
      1/31/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 20
      1/31/50
      0.0
      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: Jack Smith; acrobats The Christianis; from radio, the Quiz Kids; comic performers Arnold Stang and Pert Kelton; actor Franchot Tone; and dancer Hal LeRoy.
    • 5/27/1952
      5/27/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 37
      5/27/52
      0.0
      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: actress Vivian Blaine; Louis Armstrong; singer/actress Jeanette MacDonald; and tap dance team Condos and Brandow.
    • 5/20/1952
      5/20/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 36
      5/20/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include: singer Kay Starr. Sketches include a three-and-a-half star general ordering theater ushers to recite a modified version of the Pledge of Allegiance.
    • 5/15/51
      5/15/51
      Season 3 - Episode 35
      5/15/51
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      Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include: singers Martha King, Anne Shelton, and the DeMarco Sisters, famed Yiddish vocalist Leo Fuld, dancer John Conrad, and trained animal act Sandy the Seal.

    • 1/31/1956
      1/31/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 7
      1/31/56
      0.0
      The Milton Berle Show In this color telecast from California, Milton's guests include actress Betty Hutton and actor Sir Cedric Hardwicke. Hutton performs "The Tender Trap" in a production number.
    • 1/10/1956
      1/10/1956
      Season 8 - Episode 6
      1/10/56
      0.0
      The Milton Berle Show In this color telecast from Hollywood, Milton welcomes comedian George Jessel and comic film actress Judy Holliday.
    • 11/2/1954
      11/2/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 4
      11/2/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Martha Raye.
      Being election night, Max plays a newscaster who brings the latest vote totals--from a Paris precinct. Charlie Applewhite performs "Stars Never Cry". Milton and Martha appear as famous couples Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Columbus, a pharaoh and his queen, and Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.moreless
    • 11/16/1954
      11/16/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 5
      11/16/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Gertrude Berg from TV's The Goldbergs and singer John Raitt. Berg again appears as her character Molly Goldberg, this time wanting Miltie to donate a new Buick (What other brand would it be?) for her club to raffle off.
    • 1/11/1955
      1/11/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 9
      1/11/55
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include horror film star Vincent Price, gossip columnist Hedda Hopper and buxom blonde comedienne Dagmar.
    • 2/8/1955
      2/8/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 11
      2/8/55
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Gloria DeHaven.
    • 1/25/1955
      1/25/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 10
      1/25/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include singer Eddie Fisher.
    • 12/28/1954
      12/28/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 8
      12/28/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show A cardboard cut-out of Milton Berle welcomes ventriloquist Paul Winchell, actress/singer Delores Gray, British musical comedy performer Jack Buchanan, Kay Thompson and vaudeville team Smith and Dale.
    • 10/19/1954
      10/19/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 3
      10/19/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include actress Gloria DeHaven.
    • 12/14/1954
      12/14/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 7
      12/14/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are vaudeville team Smith and Dale and actress/singer Janet Blair.
      In this Christmas episode, Milton acts as a department store Santa for a publicity stunt. He becomes involved with criminals who are stealing merchandise.
    • 4/27/1954
      4/27/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 22
      4/27/54
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      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include actor Jack Palance and singers Vaughn Monroe and Monica Lewis. In a western town, Miltie opens a nightclub. He receives threats from rival club owner Jack Palance.
    • 2/9/1954
      2/9/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 14
      2/9/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are actor Paul Douglas and actress Jan Sterling. The real-life married couple Sterling and Dougas are having a spat. It's up to "Cupid" Berle to get them to kiss and make up.
    • 5/25/1954
      5/25/1954
      Season 6 - Episode 25
      5/25/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include George Raft and actress Ann Sheridan. Berle asks Raft to help produce his new movie; he's just hired Sheridan to be his co-star.
    • 10/5/1954
      10/5/1954
      Season 7 - Episode 2
      10/5/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are Fernando Lamas and Arlene Dahl. Milton buys a South American uranium mine.
    • 11/30/54
      11/30/54
      Season 7 - Episode 6
      11/30/54
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests are vaudeville team Smith and Dale and Zsa Zsa Gabor. Milton suffers with a case of insomnia.
    • 2/22/1955
      2/22/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 12
      2/22/55
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include opera baritone Robert Merrill.
    • 3/8/1955
      3/8/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 13
      3/8/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Hildy Parks and Elizabeth Patterson. Milton plays sleuth Professor Higgins, one of four characters he portrays in this comic mystery. Higgins tries to solve a case with little help from his wife (Parks) and mother-in-law (Patterson).

    • 6/14/1955
      6/14/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 20
      6/14/55
      0.0
      This is the final episode of The Buick-Berle Show. Milton's guests include Martha Raye, Steve Allen, actress Joan Blondell, Johnny Desmond, Charlie Applewhite, Alan Dale, regulars Ruth Gilbert and Arnold Stang, and Art Mooney and his Orchestra. Applewhite, Dale and Desmond sing "Blue Star" and "Play Me Heart and Flowers" while Mooney and orchestra play "Honey Babe". The finale featuring the whole cast is titled "Alabama Jubilee".moreless
    • 10/18/1955
      10/18/1955
      Season 8 - Episode 2
      10/18/55
      0.0
      The Milton Berle Show This episode is an original comedy written by Gore Vidal titled "State of Confusion". It tells the story of a shady bookie and his wife who are forced from Chicago by Cement Jackson. They hit the road, change their names, and settle in a southwestern state. Eventually, Berle gets himself elected governor and is succeeded in office by his wife. All is well until Jackson tracks the two down and opens up an office next to the governor's mansion.moreless
    • 11/8/1955
      11/8/1955
      Season 8 - Episode 3
      11/8/55
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      The Milton Berle Show Milton's guests in this color telecast include Kay Thompson, singer Gogi Grant, and The Will Mastin Trio (starring Sammy Davis, Jr.). With Mary Beth Hughes and Casey Adams.
      Berle plays a dense janitor who swallows a minature bomb devised by scientists. Grant performs "Suddenly There's a Valley". Milton and Kay do a take-off on the recent Noel Coward/Mary Martin TV special Together with Music. Davis performs "That Old Black Magic" and joins Miltie for the finale where they impersonate great show biz teams. Jerry Lewis makes a cameo to pitch for his MD fund.moreless
    • 11/29/1955
      11/29/1955
      Season 8 - Episode 4
      11/29/55
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      The Milton Berle Show Comedian Jan Murray fills in for Berle who fell ill during this week's rehearsals. Murray's guests include singer Vic Damone, Gale Storm, comic Ben Blue, and accordionist Dick Contino.
      Murray jokes about his move to the very dull suburbs. Blue performs a pantomime sketch set in the park where he makes friends with an attractive young lady. Damone sings "Autumn Leaves" and Storm performs "I Hear You Knockin'." A dramatic sketch about a down on their luck couple is shown from the 9/29/1953 episode of The Buick-Berle Show featuring Frank Sinatra and Tallulah Bankhead.

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    • 12/20/1955
      12/20/1955
      Season 8 - Episode 5
      12/20/55
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      The Milton Berle Show In this holiday show telecast in color from Hollywood, Miltie welcomes Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, singers The Four Lads, dancers The Dunhills, and comedian George Jessel.
    • 5/31/1955
      5/31/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 19
      5/31/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Milton's scheduled guests include: Bill Haley and the Comets; the dance team of Condos and Brandow; and singer Johnny Maddox.
    • 9/27/1955
      9/27/1955
      Season 8 - Episode 1
      9/27/55
      0.0
      This is the first episode under the simple title The Milton Berle Show, telecast in color from California. Uncle Miltie's guests include swimmer/actress Esther Williams and John Wayne. Williams and Berle do a satire of the movie Summertime.
    • 11/2/1948
      11/2/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 22
      11/2/48
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      Uncle Miltie is the host of this election night episode. His guests are singer Gertrude Niesen, jugglers the Pierro Brothers, singer/musician Louis Prima, the comic Calgary Brothers, and the Cossack Quartet.
      In the opening, Berle is carried onstage by impersonators of both Dewey and Truman. Prima sings "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" and gags with Berle on trumpets for "Tiger Rag." The Cossack Quartet performs a Russian song before being joined by Berle for tomfoolery. The Calgary Brothers do their slow-motion drunk routine. Niesen sings "Wha' Hoppen, Baby" and joins Berle for "You're the Top." Milton stages an old vaudeville "Western Union" comedy sketch.

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    • 3/22/1955
      3/22/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 14
      3/22/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include actor Jerome Cowan and actress Marie McDonald.
    • 4/5/1955
      4/5/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 15
      4/5/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Sophie Tucker, "the last of the red hot mamas".
      Berle's secretary Max leads people to believe Milton is broke.
    • 4/19/1955
      4/19/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 16
      4/19/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Professor Higgins, Milton's Latin teacher, has written a song and seeks Uncle Miltie's help in getting it heard. Berle's guests include songwriter Hoagy Carmichael, actress Hildy Parks, and from TV's Your Hit Parade singer/violinist Gisele MacKenzie.
    • 5/3/1955
      5/3/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 17
      5/3/55
      0.0
      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include Gertrude Berg and Arlene McQuade from TV's The Goldbergs. Molly Goldberg comes to Berle again for his help. This time, daughter Rosalie wants to become a ballerina.
    • 5/17/1955
      5/17/1955
      Season 7 - Episode 18
      5/17/55
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      The Buick-Berle Show Berle's guests include singer Bill Hayes and drummer Perez Prado.
    • 4/1/1952
      4/1/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 29
      4/1/52
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      Comedian Frank Fay fills-in as guest host this week. His guests include: Rose Marie; vaudeville comedy team Smith and Dale; and dancers the Szonys.
    • 3/25/1952
      3/25/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 28
      3/25/52
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: Mickey Rooney; composer/actor Bert Hanlon; Dixon and Deane; vocalist Georgia Gibbs; comedienne/impersonator Florence Desmond.
    • 10/18/1949
      10/18/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      10/18/49
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Ethel Merman, child performer Verna Raymond, unicycle act the Goetschis, adagio team The Zoris, bass fiddler Chuck Roe, champion trick roper Junior Eskew, singing/dancing kids the Magid Triplets, and Broadway beauties the Wally Wanger Girls. Berle tries to mediate an argument between Martin and Lewis and gets beat up from both sides. The three do a Buck Rogers-style look at the future. Milton and Jerry conduct the band while Dean tries to sing. The Western finale features Berle, Martin, Lewis, Merman, Raymond, Magids, and performers from the World Championship Rodeo in progress at Madison Square Garden.

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    • 10/25/1949
      10/25/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      10/25/49
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      Berle's guest list this week includes singer Johnny Johnston, comedienne Nancy Walker, song and dance trio Buster Shaver, Olive (Shaver) and George (Shaver), Bert Gordon, singer/actress Kathryn Grayson, Chinese acrobats Wong Troupe, and twelve child patients from the Department of Correction of Motor Disabilities.
      Milton helps a late-arriving audience member (Grayson) find a seat. Nancy Walker performs a comedy song "Irving." Buster Shaver, Olive and George sing "I'm Just Wild About Harry" and dance "All the Things You Are;" Johnson does "That Old Black Magic." Berle interviews Gordon portraying an opera coach. In a sketch, Berle is Sitting Bull with Walker as Princess Leita and Bert Gordon as her father. Walker and Berle sing and dance "Pass the Peace Pipe." The finale production number is set at Texacollege, with Berle as a student, and Walker sings "You've Got to Be a Football Hero."

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    • 11/1/1949
      11/1/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      11/1/49
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      Milton's guests this week include: actor Dane Clark; comedian Ben Blue; and dancers Pat Rooney, Sr. and Pat Rooney, Jr.
    • 11/8/1949
      11/8/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      11/8/49
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      Berle's guests this week include: actor Arthur Treacher; Imogene Coca (from the recently-ended Admiral Broadway Review; vaudeville comic Benny Fields; puppeteer Frank Paris; dancers the Clark Brothers; ballroom dance team Adam and June Di Gatanos; Rosie the Bear; and comedian Henny Youngman. Berle, dressed as a cannibal, sings "I've Got You Under My Skin"; Treacher gives Berle a diction lesson and Youngman joins the two for a number; Fields sings "Baby Face"; Coca impersonates movie glamor queens; Fields and Berle do a sketch about old time New York with a skating bear.

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    • 11/15/1949
      11/15/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      11/15/49
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      Miltie's guests this week include: singer/actor Allan Jones and his wife actress Irene Hervey; actress Diosa Costello; actor Don Ameche; Dennis James; and Ed Hanley. "Beautiful Berle" wrestles the "Mighty Karadajian" with Dennis James doing play-by-play.
    • 10/11/1949
      10/11/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      10/11/49
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      Milton's guests this week include comic actor Hugh Herbert, Janet Blair, the Blackburn Twins, vocalists/dancers the Magid Triplets, and dancing comedian Will Mahoney. Berle opens dressed as Christopher Columbus. Blair and the Blackburn Twins do vaudeville numbers. Magid triplets sing and dance with Milton. Herbert, Blair and Berle do a Caesar, Marc Antony, and Cleopatra sketch. Mahoney tap dances on a xylophone.

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    • 10/4/1949
      10/4/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      10/4/49
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      This week Berle's guests include vaudevillian Pat O'Brien, trampoline act Paul and Paulette, tap dance team Steve Condos and Jerry Brandow, juggler Trixie, and comic actress Beatrice Kaye.  Berle and O'Brien, in costume, do a version of the famous Gallagher and Shean routine. 

    • 9/27/1949
      9/27/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      9/27/49
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie welcomes: horror star Bela Lugosi; actress Billie Burke (of The Wizard of Oz fame); dancer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson; baseball legend Jackie Robinson; the Maxellos; and a cameo by comedy team Olsen and Johnson. Lugosi appears in a sketch trying to sell a house to a frightened Miltie. Robinson tap dances and chats briefly with Berle and Robinson. Burke hosts a recreation of the famous Ziegfeld Follies featuring Robinson and impressions of W.C. Fields and the like. Berle closes with his Eddie Cantor impersonation.moreless
    • 5/17/1949
      5/17/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 50
      5/17/49
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      Berle's guests this week include comedian Georgie Price; "mentalist" Dunninger (from TV's The Bigelow Show), dancer Pat Rooney, Jr., the Blackburn Twins, and actress/singer Janet Blair. Miltie opens dressed as Napoleon. Much of the program is devoted to the reopening of the famed vaudeville theater, the Palace.

    • 5/24/1949
      5/24/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 51
      5/24/49
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      Milton's guests this week include comedian Leo DeLyon, balancing act King Brothers, Catherine Mastice, Eugene Freeman, comic/vocalist George DeWit, singers Dick Haymes and Lillian Roth, and NYC disc jockey Jack Eigan.
      Haymes performs "When You're Really in Love" and "Skyscraper Blues," and joins Berle for a medley about Broadway. Freeman sings "Caravan." Catherine Mastice does an aria from "La Traviata." DJ Eigan "spins tunes" from famous singers and cast members impersonate them (Haymes and Berle do the Mills Brothers). Roth sings "Goody Goody." In a sketch, Berle plays a piano-fixing plumber.

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    • 6/7/1949
      6/7/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 53
      6/7/49
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      "Mr. Television's" guests include comic/actor "Slapsie" Maxie Rosenbloom, teeterboard act the Lange Acrobatic Troupe, double-talk comedian Al Kelly, and actor Horace McMahon. In sketches, Rosenbloom plays Romeo to Berle's Juliet in the balcony scene. Kelly, Berle and Rosenbloom do a slapstick courtroom scene.   

    • 6/14/1949
      6/14/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 54
      6/14/49
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      For the season finale, Berle's guests are singer Tony Martin, comic actor Eddie Hanley, and singer Lina Romay. Martin sings "Tenement Symphony". Romay performs a Latin song, and joins Berle and Hanley in a Mexican café sketch. Also, a take-off on "Mutiny on the Bounty," a Rube Goldberg bit, and Milty appears in drag. The entire cast performs a production number about heading to California.

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    • 9/20/1949
      9/20/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      9/20/49
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      Milton's guests for the season premiere include Duke Ellington, actress June Havoc, Phil Silvers, Howdy Doody, "Buffalo Bob" Smith, and Robert Keeshan (as Clarabell the Clown), comic actor Bert "The Mad Russian" Gordon, and the Stewart Morgan Dancers.
      Berle opens the show in front of a huge banner that reads "Welcome Back, Mr. Television!" Silvers reprises his face-slapping singing lesson with Berle. Ellington performs "Sophisticated Lady" at the piano in a medley of his hits. Havoc sings and clowns around with Berle as a Kentucky colonel. In a take-off of The Howdy Doody Show, Berle and guests harass Buffalo Bob as members of the peanut gallery.

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    • 11/22/1949
      11/22/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      11/22/49
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      Berle's guests this week include: songwriter Johnny Mercer; Max "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom; Ella Logan; dancing trio the Dunhills; and Irish tenor Phil Regan.

    • 12/13/1949
      12/13/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 13
      12/13/49
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      Berle has the week off. Guest host is comic Hank Ladd. His scheduled guests include: Bert Lahr (of The Wizard of Oz fame); Gil Maison and his dog act; singers the Ink Spots; Stan Cavanaugh; comedy acrobatic act the Acromaniacs; and singers Mary Hatcher and comedienne Connie Sawyer. The Ink Spots perform "If I Didn't Care."moreless
    • 12/20/1949
      12/20/1949
      Season 2 - Episode 14
      12/20/49
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      Uncle Miltie's guest host this week is again Hank Ladd. Guests: singer Perry Como; acrobats Buck and Bubbles; and comedy dance team Paul and Grace Hartman. The show concludes with Como and a choir performing "The Lord's Prayer" and "Silent Night".
    • 3/21/1950
      3/21/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 27
      3/21/50
      0.0
      Berle's scheduled guests this week include: actor Lee Tracy; Patrice Munsel; composer Hoagy Carmichael; dancers Anthony, Allen and Hodge; and harmonica player Richard Himber.
    • 3/28/1950
      3/28/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 28
      3/28/50
      0.0

      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: composer Sammy Cahn; actor Bruce Cabot; comic acrobats The Remys (Dot and Dick Remy); and comic actor Phil Silvers.
      In one sketch, Berle plays Cleopatra with Cabot as Julius Ceasar. In a stand-up bit, Silvers gives Berle hands-on singing lessons.

    • 4/4/1950
      4/4/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 29
      4/4/50
      0.0
      Berle's guest list this week includes: the Lionel Hampton Orchestra; dancer Gloria Gilbert; dancers Stump and Stumpy; and comic actress Beatrice Kaye.
    • 4/18/1950
      4/18/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 31
      4/18/50
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: singer/actress Mitzi Green; and singer/actor Romo Vincent.
    • 4/25/1950
      4/25/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 32
      4/25/50
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: vaudevillian Benny Fields; singer Constance Moore; and Robert Alda.
    • 3/14/1950
      3/14/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 26
      3/14/50
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      Comedian Georgie Price fills in for Berle as host this week. His guests include: singer/dancer Bobby Van; singer/actress Louise Kirtland; Adrian and Charlie; and comic actor Jack Gilford; Carl Reiner from Your Show of Shows; actress June Havoc.

    • 3/7/1950
      3/7/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 25
      3/7/50
      0.0
      Guest host Hank Ladd fills in as host this week. His guests include: ventriloquist Paul Winchell; Pearl Bailey in her third appearance; Bert Lahr; and comic actor Arnold Stang.
    • 2/14/1950
      2/14/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 22
      2/14/50
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      Berle's scheduled guests this week include: vaudeville performer/songwriter Joe Howard, musical/comedy act the Slate Brothers, dancer who lifts furniture with his teeth Bobby 'Tables' Davis, child blues singer and pianist "Sugar Chile" Robinson, and comic/singer Gracie Fields.

    • 1/3/1950
      1/3/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      1/3/50
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      Berle starts the new year with guests including: actor John Boles; singer/songwriting team Noble Sissel and Eubie Blake; banjo player Eddie Peabody; vaudeville comedy team O'Donnell and Blair; dancers the Berry Brothers; and singer Patrice Munsel.

    • 1/10/1950
      1/10/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 17
      1/10/50
      0.0

      Berle's scheduled guests this week include: comedians Henny Youngman and Morey Amsterdam (from Dumont's The Morey Amsterdam Show; singer/actress Lisa Kirk; acrobatic tumblers The Morrocans; comedy team Arnaut Brothers; O'Connell and Blair; and singer Alan Dale.
      Kirk performs "The Lady is a Tramp," then clowns with Berle on "Charlie My Boy."

    • 1/17/1950
      1/17/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 18
      1/17/50
      0.0
      Miltie's guests this week include: singer Dinah Shore; actor Burgess Meredith; comic actor Arnold Stang; and dancers Ray McDonald and Peggy Ryan.
    • 1/24/1950
      1/24/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 19
      1/24/50
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: singer Margaret Whiting; Arnold Stang; dance team Cole and Atkins; unicycle act Lebrac and Bernice; and actor Cesar Romero.
    • 2/7/1950
      2/7/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 21
      2/7/50
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: country singer Eddy Arnold; Pearl Bailey in her second appearance; and singer Ted Lewis. Lewis sings "When My Baby Smiles at Me."
    • 5/10/1949
      5/10/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 49
      5/10/49
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      Milton's guests this week are opera baritone Robert Merrill, dancer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and comics Bill Lessy and Patti Moore, and dancers Tip, tap & Toe.  Lessy and Moore clown on "Wait 'Till the Sun Shines, Nellie."  The pair join Berle in a restaurant sketch.

    • 5/3/1949
      5/3/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 48
      5/3/49
      0.0
      Berle's scheduled guests include: film actor Walter Huston; vocalist Georgia Gibbs; and jugglers the Kanazawa Trio.
    • 4/26/1949
      4/26/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 47
      4/26/49
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      Uncle Miltie's guests include comedian/magician Carl Ballentine, Broadway star Ethel Merman, comic actors Lew Hearn and Louis Sorin, and vaudevillian/songwriter Jack Norworth.
      "The Amazing Mr. Ballentine" performs a series of disastrous magic tricks. Berle and Hearn join Sorin in his old "Belt in the Back" sketch. Norworth performs a medley of his popular songs.

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    • 9/21/1948
      9/21/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 16
      9/21/48
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      This show marks Milton Berle's "official" start as host of Texaco Star Theater, having been given the job earlier in the summer. His guests include big band singer Evelyn Knight, vaudeville comedy team Smith and Dale, roller skating act Four Carters, vaudevillians Park and Clifford, and Phil Silvers. Silvers teaches Berle how to sing, Smith and Dale perform their restaurant routine with Berle as the waiter, and Milton turns Sid Stone's Texaco pitch into a Chinese comedy bit.

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    • 9/28/1948
      9/28/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 17
      9/28/48
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      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include musical/comedy actress Mary McCarty, comic Lou Costello, tap dancers the Three Wiles, radio comedian Garry Moore, dancers the Szonys, and hillbilly music group the Ozark Mountaineers.
      McCarty sings a song about a paid dance partner. Moore does a comic poem about a cow. Berle joins the Mountaineers as dopey Cousin Elmer. Berle also appears as a French dame in the Texaco commercial with Sid Stone.

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    • 10/5/1948
      10/5/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 18
      10/5/48
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      Milton Berle's guests this week are entertainer Carmen Miranda, ballet dancers Paul Haakon and Barbara Carter, comics the Slate Brothers, vocal group the Charioteers, skating/acrobatic/dance act Ronnie and May Norman, and Chico Marx. Chico performs a piano number, Milton disrupts the Charioteers, and comes out dressed as Carmen to disrupt one of her numbers.

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    • 10/12/1948
      10/12/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 19
      10/12/48
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      Milton Berle's scheduled guests include: musical impersonator Florence Desmond, comic  Joe Phillips, singer/comic entertainer Harry Richman, boxer-turned-actor "Slapsie" Maxie Rosenbloom, and drummer-in-blackface Jack Powell.  Berle joins Desmond for a Tallulah Bankhead-Noel Coward takeoff on Private Lives.

    • 10/26/1948
      10/26/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 21
      10/26/48
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      Milton Berle's guests this week are child actress Verna Raymond, comic Sid Caesar, exotic Apache dance trio the Appletons, comic dancers/acrobats Dick and Dot Remy, radio actress Hope Miller, George M. Cohan Jr., and Three Maestros.
      Berle opens the show with a corny flag-waving production featuring the song "Stay Away From the USA." He trades quips with precocious kid performer Raymond following her song-and-dance. Caesar does a routine about movie trailers and joins Berle and Miller in a sketch. Cohan closes the show with a medley of songs made famous by his father.

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    • 9/14/1948
      9/14/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 15
      9/14/48
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      Peter Donald hosts. His guests are Broadway musical/comedy performer Willie Howard, comic performer Sid Caesar, Gil Maison and his dog act, dance team De Marios, and acrobatic act the Dewey Sisters. Milton Berle makes a cameo. Sid Caesar does his airplane bit (featured in 1946's Tars and Spars), and joins Peter Donald in a spoof of the United Nations.

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    • 9/7/1948
      9/7/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 14
      9/7/48
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      Comedian Jack Carter is the host for this episode. His guests include comic actress Eve Arden, radio and stage comic Jack Pearl, comedian Herb Shriner, dancer Betty Bruce, and cycle act the Fredarrys Trio.

    • 8/24/1948
      8/24/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      8/24/48
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      Comedian Jack Carter is the host of this episode. His guests include vaudeville comedy team Smith and Dale, acrobatic act the Winters Sisters, vaudeville comedians (Allan) Cross and (Henry) Dunn, ballroom dance team Landre and Verne and The Salici Puppets.
      Smith and Dale perform their famed ""Dr. Kronkheit" routine.

    • 8/3/1948
      8/3/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      8/3/48
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      Morey Amsterdam is the host.  His guests include comedy team Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, comic/dancer Gil Lamb, child pianist "Sugar Chile" Robinson, vocalist Gracie Barrie, and acrobatic act The Emerald Sisters. 

    • 7/27/1948
      7/27/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      7/27/48
      0.0

      The scheduled host for this episode is Georgie Price with guests film comedian Bert Wheeler, comic performer Al Bernie, female juggler Trixie, and trick bicycle trio The Shyrettos.

    • 7/13/1948
      7/13/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      7/13/48
      0.0

      The host for this episode is Georgie Price. His guests include comedy acrobatic act The Acromaniacs, comedy musician/trumpeter Vic Hyde, Cuban dancers Raoul and Eva Reyes, comedian Jackie Miles, and dance team Buck & Bubbles (Ford L. "Buck" Washington & John W. Bubbles).

    • 6/22/1948
      6/22/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      6/22/48
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests include vaudeville/film comic Bert Wheeler performing one of his old routines; Harry Richman singing "Puttin' on the Ritz"; and a dog act. The finale featured Berle and Richman performing as Eddie Cantor and Al Jolson.
    • 8/17/1948
      8/17/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      8/17/48
      0.0
      Morey Amsterdam is the host for this week's show. His scheduled guests include: Broadway musical/comedy performer Willie Howard, comedian Herb Shriner and Sandra Barrett.
    • 10/19/1948
      10/19/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 20
      10/19/48
      0.0

      Milton Berle's guests this week are Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard (aka, The Three Stooges), the Chee Heins Risley act, singer/dancer Jules Munshin, Borrah Minevitch's Harmonica Rascals featuring Johnny Puleo, 70-year-old dancer Emma Francis, and dancers Marge and Gower Champion. Munshin spoofs singers auditioning for the Met and the Champions spoof Broadway dancing styles. Berle disrupts the Chee Heins act and joins in with the Stooges. Francis does a soft shoe dance and joins with Berle for a big finish.

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    • 3/1/1949
      3/1/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 39
      3/1/49
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      Milton Berle returns after an illness and exhaustion. His scheduled guests include: singer/comedienne Virginia O'Brien; acrobats The Gauchos; comic actor Billy Gilbert; Robert Alda; and musical/comedy performer Pat Rooney Sr. Alda sings and joins Berle for in a sketch about the foreign legion; Gilbert and Berle do a comedy routine; O'Brien performs "Go To Sleep My Baby" and joins in a parody of Hollywood movie-making; Berle joins Rooney for the closing song and dance.moreless
    • 1/25/1949
      1/25/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 34
      1/25/49
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      Berle's guests are comedian Lou Costello, slapstick comics Low, Hite and Stanley, dancers the Unger Twins (Gustaf and Bertil), singer Frances Faye, dancers The Caites, and singer Julie Wilson.
      Berle joins the Unger Twins in a mirror routine and teams with Costello for the old A&C "addition" routine. The finale was set at a turn of the century beer garden with all the guests contributing.

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    • 3/8/1949
      3/8/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 40
      3/8/49
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      Milton's guests this show include: movie cowboy star William Boyd, comic Henny Youngman, acrobatic team the Vanderbilt Boys, the Lane Brothers, child performer Verna Raymond, and singer Jane Froman. Comedy includes a take-off on Boyd's signature role, Hopalong Cassidy.

    • 3/15/1949
      3/15/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 41
      3/15/49
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Peter Lorre; singer Phil Regan; the Stewart Morgan Dancers; Irish-American Celtic musicians the McNulty Family; and Broadway singer Joan Roberts.
      Roberts, from the original cast of Oklahoma! performs songs from the show; Lorre and Berle do a sketch about "The Cabinet of Dr. X"; Miltie spoofs musical recitals; and a St. Patrick's Day salute to Irish songs.moreless
    • 3/29/1949
      3/29/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 43
      3/29/49
      0.0
      Berle's scheduled guests on this show include: bandleader Desi Arnaz; the Beatrice Kraft Dancers; boxer Jack Dempsey; comedian Jackie Miles; and actress June Havoc. Berle opens the show dressed as an organ grinder with a monkey; Desi leads a South American production number to close the show.
    • 4/5/1949
      4/5/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 44
      4/5/49
      0.0
      Milton's scheduled guests for this week include: actor Victor Moore; singer Jean Sablon; Gloria Colbert; Gracie Fields; female acrobatic troupe The Wallabies; and a special appearance by Basil Rathbone.
      The episode featured a take-off on Sherlock Holmes, titled "The Mystery of the Sen Sen Murder." Miltie played Holmes, Moore was Watson, with a cameo by "Rathbone of Scotland Yard".moreless
    • 4/12/1949
      4/12/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 45
      4/12/49
      0.0
      Berle's scheduled line-up features: film actor Boris Karloff; opera singer Richard Tucker; harmonica player Stan Fisher; dancers Merle, Duval and Lee; and actress Peggy Ryan. Karloff and Berle do a mad scientist skit; Ryan tap dances; Tucker sings "La Donna E Mobile"; Fisher plays "Rumanian Rhapsody"; the cast performs in a take-off of opera.moreless
    • 2/22/1949
      2/22/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 38
      2/22/49
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie remains out with an illness. His guest host is Walter O'Keefe. Scheduled guests include: comedy actress Lucille Ball; ventriloquist Paul Winchell; vocal group the Ink Spots; the Mathes Duo; tap dancer Bobby Brandt; and comic Wally Brown.
      The Ink Spots perform "If I Didn't Care" and "Maybe."
    • 2/15/1949
      2/15/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 37
      2/15/49
      0.0
      Phil Baker guests hosts for Berle, who's recovering in Florida. His guests include: comics Herb Shriner and Benny Rubin; Sid Silvers; Marion Harris, Jr.; The Skating Mocks; Fred and Sledge; and comic actress Beatrice Kaye.
    • 2/8/1949
      2/8/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 36
      2/8/49
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      Jack Carter returns to guest host. His guests are comedians Jack Durant and Gracie Fields, vocal group the Mills Brothers, unicyclists La Brach and Bernice, and dog act Gaudsmith Brothers. 

    • 5/2/1950
      5/2/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 33
      5/2/50
      0.0

      Uncle Miltie's guests for this show include: actor Robert Alda; Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard (The Three Stooges); Rose Marie; Victoria Troupe; singer Morton Downey; vocalist Jane Froman; Max "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom; child vocalist Herbert Coleman; and The Lee Sherman Dancers.
      The Three Stooges interrupt Berle and do their famous three watches routine. And in a sketch, French Foreign Legion commander Alda has to contend with his Stooge soldiers.

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    • 10/10/1950
      10/10/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      10/10/50
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard (The Three Stooges) making their third appearance, comic actors Alice Pearce and Bert Gordon, folk singers The Weavers, vocalist Evelyn Knight, dancers the Mayo Brothers, and Georgie Price. Pearce and Gordon play game show contestants in a bit introducing the guests. Comedy bits include The Stooges performing their "Maharaja" routine; the mechanical devices designed to help Milton sleep keep him awake. The Weavers perform their hits "Goodnight, Irene" and "Tzena. Knight sings "Let Him Go" and "Lucky Me."

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    • 12/14/1948
      12/14/1948
      Season 1 - Episode 28
      12/14/48
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      Milton's guests include: actor/vaudevillian James Barton, Metropolitan Opera star Lauritz Melchior. comedienne Lorraine Rognan, teeterboard act The Christians, and drummer Buddy Rich.
      Melchior performs the song "Because". For his encore, he does "Figaro" in a Barber of Seville spoof. Set in a barbershop, he's giving customer Berle a shave. In another sketch, Berle and Barton are applying makeup on each other for a blackface routine; they're joined by Melchior for the number. Barton does a stand-up where he plays three drunks, and Rognan has Berle play straight man for her comedy routine.

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    • 1/4/1949
      1/4/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 31
      1/4/49
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      Milton's guests this week are actors Jackie Cooper and Jackie Coogan, singer Cab Calloway, and singer/impressionist Mitzi Green. In a sketch, Berle plays Charlie Chaplin to Coogan's "The Kid," with Cooper. Green does celebrity impressions and appears as cabaret singer Hildegarde with Berle in drag as her sister Mud Garde. Calloway sings "St. James Infirmary" and "Minnie the Moocher."

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    • 2/1/1949
      2/1/1949
      Season 1 - Episode 35
      2/1/49
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      Comedian Jack Carter fills in as host for an ill Berle. His guests include comic actress Beatrice Lillie, the Borrah Minevitch Harmonica Rascals, comic Johnny Burke, the Gauthier Steeplechase dog and pony act, ballet dancer Kathryn Lee, and actor Cyril Ritchards.
      Lillie sings several novelty songs with Ritchards as her foil. Burke does a routine from WWI.

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    • 5/9/1950
      5/9/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 34
      5/9/50
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      This week Milton's scheduled guests include: comedian Jan Murray; singer Jane Froman; singer Herbert Coleman; dance team Lane and Claire; the Lee Sherman Dancers; and boxer/comic actor "Slapsie" Maxie Rosenbloom.
    • 5/23/1950
      5/23/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 36
      5/23/50
      0.0

      "Mr. Television" welcomes guests including: dancers Peg Leg Bates and Gus Van; and comedy team Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

    • 5/30/1950
      5/30/1950
      Season 2 - Episode 37
      5/30/50
      0.0

      Berle's guests this week include comedienne Martha Raye, acrobatic team The Seven Marvels, harmonica player Stan Fisher, actor Mike Mazurki, harmonica player Stan Fisher, dancer Marge Banks, and opera baritone Robert Merrill. Merrill sings "Old Man River." Dancer Marge Banks opens a take-off of ballet by Berle and Raye called "Dying Swan." Berle, Raye and Mazurki rehash a Western saloon sketch from earlier in the season. In the finale, all impersonate Charlie Chaplain.

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    • 10/23/1951
      10/23/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 6
      10/23/51
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      Berle's guests this week include: Rev. Billy Graham; Robert Alda; actors Albert Dekker and Mike Mazurki; comic performers Jerry Bergen and Georgie Price; Terry Young; and singers Champ Butler and Eileen Barton.
    • 10/30/1951
      10/30/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 7
      10/30/51
      0.0
      Milton's guests this week include: ventriloquist Paul Winchell; singers the Blackburn Twins with Pam Cavan; the Boystown Choir; and pianist Liberace.
    • 11/6/1951
      11/6/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 8
      11/6/51
      0.0
      The guests of "Mr. Television" this week include: singer Vaughn Monroe; and, in her third appearance, Carmen Miranda.
    • 11/13/1951
      11/13/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 9
      11/13/51
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: singers Dick Haymes and Connie Haines; songwriter L. Wolfe Gilbert; tap dancer who balances furniture Bobby "Tables" Davis; Kate Smith; singer James Melton; and character actor Akim Tamiroff.
    • 11/20/1951
      11/20/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 10
      11/20/51
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: actor Edmond O'Brien; Louis Jordan; and Vivian Blaine.
    • 10/16/1951
      10/16/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      10/16/51
      0.0
      Milton Berle's guests include: Rosemary Clooney; Tony Bennett; actor Edward Arnold; dancers Condos and Brandow; comic performer Arnold Stang; The Mills Brothers; songwriter Jimmy McHugh; and actress Mary Beth Hughes.
      In sketches, Berle plays a reporter from the Daily Rabbit sent to Mars to interview its king (Albert) and his daughter (Hughes).moreless
    • 10/9/1951
      10/9/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      10/9/51
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: Boris Karloff; ventriloquist Paul Winchell; Teresa Wright; actress Mary Beth Hughes; comic actor Arnold Stang; actor Dennis O'Keefe; singers Ezio Pinza and Constance Moore.
    • 10/2/1951
      10/2/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      10/2/51
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests include: actor John Carroll; and singer Yma Sumac.
    • 5/22/1951
      5/22/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 36
      5/22/51
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      Berle's guests this week include: vocalists Harry Richman and Kay Armen, vaudeville comedian/dancer Joe Frisco, dancers the Blackburn Twins, and singer Helen Kane.

    • 6/5/1951
      6/5/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 38
      6/5/51
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Eddie "Rochester" Anderson from The Jack Benny Program; and singer James Melton.
    • 6/12/1951
      6/12/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 39
      6/12/51
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests include: ventriloquist Paul Winchell; and singers The Andrews Sisters and Brian Sullivan.
    • 9/18/1951
      9/18/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      9/18/51
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: Eddie Cantor, star of the Colgate Comedy Hour; Sid Caesar; singer Eddie Fisher; tap dancing Nicholas Brothers; English Channel swimmer Florence Chadwick; and singer Jane Froman. Cantor sings "Don't Put a Tax on Beautiful Girls" and does a sketch with Berle that combines both of their TV shows; Cantor, Berle and Fisher discuss the "police action" in Korea; Fisher does a medley featuring "Bring Back the Thrill"; Froman's medley features "It's a Good Day," "Tea for Two," "Embraceable You" and "Song in My Heart"; a comic sketch has Berle as half of a monster couple entertaining guests.moreless
    • 9/25/1951
      9/25/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      9/25/51
      0.0
      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
    • 11/27/1951
      11/27/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 11
      11/27/51
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      Miltie's guests this week include: actress/singer Janis Paige; and singers Owen McGiveney and William Warfield.
    • 12/4/1951
      12/4/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 12
      12/4/51
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      Milton Berle's guests this week include: songwriter Mack Gordon; the Look magazine All-American football team; sports writer Grantland Rice; male dance team Lewis and Van; and singer Kay Starr.
      Starr perfomns "Maybe You'll Be There" and "Honky-Tonk Hardwood Floor"; In sketchs, Berle plays an aspiring songwriter with Gordon singing some of his hit songs, and plays Snow White in a fairy tale take-off; Rice introduces the 1951 Look All-American Football Team and Jim Thorpe, his choice for all-time All-American.

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    • 12/11/1951
      12/11/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 13
      12/11/51
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      Berle's guests this week include: Nat "King" Cole; actress Anne Jeffreys; comic actors Milton Frome and Danny Dayton; the Borrah Minevitch Harmonica Rascals; the Magid Triplets; and dancer Hal LeRoy.
      A production number involving the entire cast is set to the comic tune "The People Who Make Noises in the Street". Each portrays someone who breaks the silence early in the morning: the milkman, the trash collector, a taxi driver, jackhammer operator, Salvation Army drummer; etc.
      Cole performs a medley of his hits at the piano: "Paper Moon", "Mona Lisa", "Route 66" and "Too Young".moreless
    • 2/19/1952
      2/19/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 23
      2/19/52
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: actor Basil Rathbone; singer Eddie Fisher; and actress/singer Delores Gray.
    • 2/26/1952
      2/26/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 24
      2/26/52
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: singer Johnny Johnston; and comic actress Olga San Juan.
    • 3/11/1952
      3/11/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 26
      3/11/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: harpist Robert Maxwell; opera singer Rise Stevens; Bobby Lucas; and singer Phil Regan.
    • 3/4/1952
      3/4/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 25
      3/4/52
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      Milton's guests this week scheduled include: Basil Rathbone; dancers Steve Condos and Jerry Brandow; singer Eric Thorsen; and singer Denise Darcel.

    • 3/18/1952
      3/18/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 27
      3/18/52
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      Milton's guests this week include: Peter Lorre; singers Snooky Lanson and Connie Haines; Mary Beth Hughes; and dance team the Blackburn Twins.
    • 2/12/1952
      2/12/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 22
      2/12/52
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      Berle's guests this week include: violinist David Rubinoff; Rose Marie; The Mills Brothers; and dance team Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald.
    • 2/5/1952
      2/5/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 21
      2/5/52
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      Milton Berle's guests this week include: singers Alan Dale and Mitzi Green.
    • 1/29/1952
      1/29/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 20
      1/29/52
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      Uncle Miltie's guests include: vocalists Andy and Della Russell.
    • 12/25/1951
      12/25/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 15
      12/25/51
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      Miltie's Christmas guests include: opera star Rise Stevens; pioneering radio vocalist Jessica Dragonette; Cab Calloway; and Rudy Vallee. Berle plays Father Time in a grocery store during the Christmas rush; The finale is a recreation of Vallee's old radio show featuring Dragonette and Calloway.
    • 1/1/1952
      1/1/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 16
      1/1/52
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      Milton's guests this week include: singer Janis Paige; comic lip-synch team Doodles and Spider; and Italian opera star Cesare Siepi.
    • 1/8/1952
      1/8/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 17
      1/8/52
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      Georgie Price is guest host for a vacationing Berle. His guests include: comedians Jack Carter, Joe Frisco; and singer Vera Lynn.
    • 1/15/1952
      1/15/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 18
      1/15/52
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      Comedian Jack Carter is guest host for vacationing Berle. His scheduled guests include: Nina Foch; dancers The Dunhills; musician Lionel Hampton; and actress/singer Sheila Bond.
    • 1/22/1952
      1/22/1952
      Season 4 - Episode 19
      1/22/52
      0.0
      Uncle Miltie's guests include: opera baritone Robert Merrill; and singer Jane Froman.
    • 5/8/1951
      5/8/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 34
      5/8/51
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      This week, Uncle Miltie's guests include: vocalists Billy Eckstine and Georgia Gibbs.
    • 5/1/1951
      5/1/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 33
      5/1/51
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      Milton's guests this week include: the Les Paul Trio, comic actor Jack Carson, the dance team of Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald, and Gloria DeHaven.

    • 4/24/1951
      4/24/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 32
      4/24/51
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      Berle's guests this week include: Robert Alda; and singers Jimmy Wakely and Connie Russell.
    • 11/21/1950
      11/21/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 10
      11/21/50
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Carmen Miranda; pianist Pupi Campo; dance team the Blackburn Twins; singers Eddie Fisher and Martha Stewart; furniture lifter Bobby "Tables" Davis; The Ray Charles Singers; and comics Jack Durant and Frank Mitchell.
      Miranda performs several numbers, with Berle barging into her first one. Martha Stewart and the Blackburn Twins sing "Thou Swell" (with Miltie's help) and the Twins do "Shimmy Like My Sister Kate". Durant and Mitchell join Milton in a slapstick sketch; Eddie Fisher vocalizes with the Ray Charles Singers; Davis lifts three tables, on atop the other, using only his teeth; Martha Raye makes a cameo.

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    • 11/28/1950
      11/28/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 11
      11/28/50
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      Berle's guests this week include: Frank Sinatra; singer Georgia Gibbs; and horror movie star Lon Chaney, Jr.
    • 12/5/1950
      12/5/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 12
      12/5/50
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      Berle's guests this week include: Vivian Blaine and Robert Alda, current stars of Guys and Dolls on Broadway; singer Ted Lewis; and opera baritone Igor Gorin.
    • 12/12/1950
      12/12/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 13
      12/12/50
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      Uncle Milty's guests this week include: horror film star Boris Karloff; singer Julie Wilson; country singer Eddy Arnold; singing acrobats Park and Clifford; radio interviewer team Tex (McCrary) and Jinx (Falkenburg); and dancers Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald.
    • 12/19/1950
      12/19/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 14
      12/19/50
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      Berle's scheduled guests this week include: Bob Hope; singer/actor Sam Levene; singer Mary Hatcher; vocalist Toni Harper; opera baritone Robert Merrill; dancers The Dunhills; child performer Verna Raymond; and songwriter J. Fred Coots.

    • 11/14/1950
      11/14/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 9
      11/14/50
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      Miltie's guests this week include: actor Chester Morris; singer Rudy Vallee; comedienne Martha Raye; vocalists/dancers the Magid Triplets; comic Dick Buckley; radio personality Norman Brokenshire; hillbilly comics Kitty and Fanny, song-and-dance act the Watson Sisters; Milton's wife Sandra Berle; and dancer Hal LeRoy.

    • 11/7/1950
      11/7/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      11/17/50
      0.0
      "Mr. Television's" guests this week include: comic actors Zasu Pitts and Hugh Herbert; and singer Jane Froman. Froman's songs include "Get Happy" and "It's A Lovely Day."
    • 10/31/1950
      10/31/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      10/31/50
      0.0
      The guests on this Halloween night include: actors Robert Alda and John Carradine; comic actors Andy Devine and Beatrice Kaye; singer Frankie Laine; disc jockey Martin Block; actor Harold Gary; actress Alice Pearce; and from Toast of the Town Ed Sullivan.
    • 9/19/1950
      9/19/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      9/19/50
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      "Mr. Television" begins his third season this week. His guests include actors Robert Alda and Charles Coburn, ballroom dance team Adam and Jayne Di Gatanos, dancer Pat Rooney, comic actress Iris Adrian, Irene Farrell and Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals with Johnny Puleo.
      Farrell sings "Un Belle Di." In comedy segments, the Berle and Puleo of the Rascals perform in a "Little Lord Fauntleroy" costumes. Alda appears in a sketch set at an insurance office where Berle undergoes a slapstick physical exam. Actor Coburn impersonates Ted Lewis, Pat Rooney, and Jimmy Durante.

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    • 9/26/1950
      9/26/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      9/26/50
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      This week, Berle's scheduled guests include: accordion player Dick Contino; quick-change artist (formerly with "Ken Murray's Blackouts") Owen McGiveney; comic actors Arnold Stang and Beatrice Kay; and Chinese acrobats The Jim Wong Troup.

    • 10/3/1950
      10/3/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      10/3/50
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      Berle's guests this week include: baseball player Phil Rizzuto; manager of the New York Giants Leo Durocher and his wife, actress Laraine Day; actor Raymond Massey; comedy dance act Helene and Howard; and comedian Jan Murray.

    • 10/17/1950
      10/17/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      10/17/50
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: actor Dane Clark; and comedienne Martha Raye. In a stand-up bit, tough-guy Dane Clark tells Milton he's taking over the show and there are going to be some changes; the show will now be known as "Dane Clark Presents Dane Clark in the Dane Clark Show." He pulls a pistol on Berle to show him who's boss.moreless
    • 10/24/1950
      10/24/1950
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      10/24/50
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: former boxers Max Baer and "Slapsie" Maxie Rosenbloom; the Ben Yost Singers; vaudeville singer Benny Fields; dancers Teddy and Phyllis Rodriguez; Grecian dancer Bella Smaro; and swing harpist Robert Maxwell.

    • 1/2/1951
      1/2/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 16
      1/2/51
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      Ken Murray substitutes for Milton Berle as host. His guests include: Pearl Bailey; movie actor Richard Arlen; B-movie cowboy Dick Foran; singer Johnny Johnston; and opera star Gladys Swarthout.
    • 1/9/1951
      1/9/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 17
      1/9/51
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      Scheduled guests this week include: singer Perry Como; singer/actor Louis Jordan; comic performer Bert Lahr; comedian Herb Shriner; vocalists the Fontane Sisters; acrobatic act the Acromanics; singer Frances Williams; and Mindy Carson.

    • 1/16/1951
      1/16/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 18
      1/16/51
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: Robert Alda; Martha Raye; trumpeter Raphael Mendez; singer/actress Denise Darcel; and singer Don Cornell.
    • 3/20/1951
      3/20/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 27
      3/20/51
      0.0
      Berle's guests this week include: singer Guy Mitchell; comedian Ben Blue; Benny Fields; acrobatic trio Los Gatos; and TV host/sportscaster Dennis James.
    • 3/27/1951
      3/27/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 28
      3/27/51
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      Uncle Miltie's guests include: actor Edmond O'Brien; comedian Georgie Price; and singer Constance Moore.
    • 4/3/1951
      4/3/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 29
      4/3/51
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      Jackie Gleason substitutes for Uncle Miltie this week. Scheduled guests include: singer/actor Russell Nype; and dancer Betty Bruce.
    • 4/10/1951
      4/10/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 30
      4/10/51
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      Berle takes a second week off with Hank Ladd and Bert Wheeler hosting. Guests this week include: actress Yvonne DeCarlo; Nat "King" Cole Trio; acrobats The Christianias; singer Mary McCarty; and dancer Hal LeRoy.
    • 4/17/1951
      4/17/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 31
      4/17/51
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      Uncle Miltie's scheduled guests include: Mel Allen, baseball players Yogi Berra and Phil Rizzuto, comedian Jack Norton, singer Donald Richards, composer Frank Losser,  singer/actress Marie MacDonald, and guitarist Tito Guizar.

    • 3/13/1951
      3/13/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 26
      3/13/51
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      "Mr. Television" welcomes scheduled guests including: vocalists Evelyn Knight, the Boliana-Ivanko adagio dance troupe, vocal group the Ink Spots, and singer Brian Sullivan.

    • 3/6/1951
      3/6/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 25
      3/6/51
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      Milton's guests this week include: The Andrews Sisters; singer Eddie Fisher; novelty act Senor Carlos; knife throwers The Gibsons; actor Robert Alda, and Rex Weber who sings with his mouth closed.
      The Andrews Sisters so "Pennsylvania Polka," the comedy number "Peony Bush," and "Girls of the Golden West.. Patty does a solo on "I Wanna Be Loved," and joins Berle and Alda on "The Pussy Cat Song."

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    • 2/27/1951
      2/27/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 24
      2/27/51
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      Uncle Miltie's guests this week include: Rose Marie; singers Tony Martin and Ethel Waters; comedian Jackie Green; members of the New York Yankees; and comic actor Joe E. Brown. Berle opens the show dressed as a caveman and grabs a fur coat from a woman in the audience.
    • 1/23/1951
      1/23/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      1/23/51
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      Milton's guests this week include: comedienne/impressionist Florence Desmond; Cole Porter; singer Carlos Ramirez; actor Jerome Cowan; and singer Eileen Wilson. A tribute to Cole Porter features a medley of his hits featuring Desmond (as Marlene Dietrich) and Berle (with a bad French accent and mustache) massacring "I Get a Kick Out of You". The whole cast comes out at the end as Porter takes a bow.

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    • 1/30/1951
      1/30/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 20
      1/30/51
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      Berle's guests this week include: singer Romo Vincent; vaudevillian/songwriter Jack Norworth; and actress/singer Gracie Fields who performs a take-off on Norma Desmond from Sunset Boulevard.
    • 2/6/1951
      2/6/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 21
      2/6/51
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      Berle's guests this week include: Vice President Alben Barkley; actor Richard Gaines; newscaster John Cameron Swayze; comedian Sam Levenson; actor Victor Jory; and singer Toni Arden.
      Barkley talks with Berle about Lincoln's fight against intolerance, leading to Gaines's reading of Abe's farewell address to Springfield, IL; Marco appears in a schoolboy song bit with Arden and Berle; Jory and Berle do a doctor's sketch.moreless
    • 2/13/1951
      2/13/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 22
      2/13/51
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      This week Miltie welcomes guests including: The Ames Brothers; Dorothy Kilgallen, Dean Murphy; Jack Carter; and actor Dennis O'Keefe. Berle makes his entrance on a horse and dressed as Lady Godiva; Kilgallen joins Berle in a newspaper sketch; the Ames Brothers who perform "Sentimental Me" and "Rag Mop."
    • 2/20/1951
      2/20/1951
      Season 3 - Episode 23
      2/20/51
      0.0
      Milton Berle's scheduled guests this week include: Janis Paige; and singer Andy Russell; TV host Ralph Edwards; organist Ethel Smith; the Blackburn Twins; and dancers Artini and Consuelo.
    • 12/18/1951
      12/18/1951
      Season 4 - Episode 14
      12/18/51
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      Berle's scheduled guests include singer/actress Kay Armen and pioneers of the "Vegas lounge" sound, the Mary Kaye Trio.

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