The Steve Allen Show

Season 4 Episode 23

Andy Griffith; Diana Dors; Otto Harbach; The Three Stooges; Jimmy Hurst

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 22, 1959 on NBC
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Andy Griffith; Diana Dors; Otto Harbach; The Three Stooges; Jimmy Hurst
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Guests:
--Andy Griffith (actor-comedian) - tells the story of "Romeo and Juliet" in a comedy monologue
--Diana Dors (British actress) - sings "Thanks A Lot, But No Thanks" in a production number and "How About You?" with Steve
--Otto Harbach (composer) - After being presented with an award for writing "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," Harbach recites the song's lyrics.
--The Three Stooges (comedians) - do a Western sketch about movie stuntmen in a saloon
--Jimmy Hurst (singer) - "On The Street Where You Live"
Also: Dors and the Stooges join in a whacked-out newscast when "The Nutley (Allen), Hinkley (Poston), Butley, Winkley (Knotts) Report" profiles art. Diana and Steve demonstrate the differences between an American film and a foreign film.moreless

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    Diana Dors

    Diana Dors

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Otto Harbach

    Otto Harbach

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Jimmy Hurst

    Jimmy Hurst

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Gene Rayburn

    Gene Rayburn

    Series Regular / Announcer

    Recurring Role

    Skitch Henderson

    Skitch Henderson

    Series Regular / Bandleader

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    Don Knotts

    Don Knotts

    Series Regular

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