The Dean Martin Comedy Hour, also known as The Dean Martin Show, is a
variety comedy TV series, directed by Bill Collerman, that originally
aired from 1965 to 1974 and featured singer Dean Martin as the host.
Each weekly episode featured Martin and his celebrity guest or guests
engaging in improvisation sketches. The types of sketches performed
varied from week to week, but often included references to ethnicity and
sex. Celebrity guests who regularly appeared on the show include Dom
DeLuise, Dick Martin, Bob Newhart, Peggy Lee and Orson Welles.