The Garry Moore Show

Season 6 Episode 10

December 3, 1963

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Dec 03, 1963 on CBS
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December 3, 1963
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Garry's guests are Mel Torme and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Alan King, Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1935. Skits include a look at the days when people are numbers instead of names. A take-off on "Lives of the Bengal Lancers" with Alan King as tribal chief Ali Ben Casey. Durward and Dorothy are a man and wife trying to assemble a bicycle Mel sings "When the World Was Young". Roy sings "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off". The finale is "I've Got Plenty of Nothin'".moreless

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    Mel Torme

    Mel Torme

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    Guest Star

    Roy Castle

    Roy Castle

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Irwin Kostal Orchestra

    Irwin Kostal Orchestra

    Themselves (1959-1964)

    Recurring Role

    Durward Kirby

    Durward Kirby

    Himself/Regular

    Recurring Role

    Alan King

    Alan King

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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      • In addition to this show, he also stars on television's I've Got a Secret.
        Originally, Moore was a radio continuity writer. He was working for radio station WBAL in Baltimore, Md., when a comedian became ill many years ago. Moore was rushed in as a substitute for the comedian. Later he became an announcer and sports commentator, then went to work as a writer and comedian for Club Matinee.

        Subsequently he teamed with Jimmy Durante, was host of Take It or Leave It and Breakfast in Hollywood. He landed his current evening The Garry Moore Show in September of 1958. As of tonight Garry will have broadcast 2,615 radio shows since his debut on WBAL, Balitmore in 1939. And a total of 2,885 television appearances since his initial one in 1950.

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