The Garry Moore Show

Season 6 Episode 23

March 3, 1964

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Mar 03, 1964 on CBS
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March 3, 1964
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Garry's guests are Dorothy Provine, Charlotte Rae, Norm Crosby and Randy Hall. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: Charlotte Rae and Durward Kirby (as her husband) lampoon an average day in the homelife of a gangster. Garry and Dorothy play a married couple whose children spend too much time watching television commercials. Charlotte and Dorothy sings "Hole in the Bucket" during a down-on-the-farm segment. Norm Crosby does a Christopher Columbus routine. Garry reads the mail criticizing his spoof of "The Beatles". Randy Hall plays the tin whistle. Dorothy Provine is featured in a song-and-dance number assisted by four male dancers.moreless

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Dorothy Provine

Dorothy Provine

Herself

Guest Star

Charlotte Rae

Charlotte Rae

Herself

Guest Star

Norm Crosby

Norm Crosby

Himself

Guest Star

Irwin Kostal Orchestra

Irwin Kostal Orchestra

Themselves (1959-1964)

Recurring Role

Durward Kirby

Durward Kirby

Himself/Regular

Recurring Role

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