The Norman Gunston Show

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The Norman Gunston Show

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The Norman Gunston Show is a comedy variety show that premiered on the small screen on May 1975. This parody of the "Tonight Show" features a comic character named Norman Gunston played by Australian comedian Garry McDonald. On the show, Norman does hilarious interviews with celebrities like Burt Reynolds, Charlton Heston, Mick Jagger, and Lee Marvin. He also performs funny interpretations of familiar songs like "Delilah" and "Send in the Clown" through sign language and mime often with erratic harmonica accompaniment. Directed by John Eastway, the program was telecast on ABC for three years.
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