The Steve Allen Show

Season 5 Episode 29

Jonathan Winters; Phil Haris; Patrice Munsel

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 30, 1960 on NBC
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Jonathan Winters; Phil Haris; Patrice Munsel
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Guests:
--Jonathan Winters (comedian) - acts out a prison movie
--Patrice Munsel (opera singer)
--Phil Harris (comedian) - sings "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette" backed by the Buddy Cole Quintet. In a sketch, he auditions musicians for his band in a small town. The choices include a beatnik drummer, and a lousy singer/piano team (Nye, Allen). For the show, Phil has them lip-sync to a record that keeps skipping.
--The North American Air Defense (Norad) Command Band - a medley of patriotic songs
Also: Steve introduces the night's guests with the song "That's What I Like About the Show". Steve asks about an impending theater actors strike at a Broadway bar. He speaks with hammy actor Sir Cedric Clive Olivier (Nye), the bartender (Harrington), and playwright Jose Jimenez (Dana).moreless

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    Jonathan Winters

    Jonathan Winters

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    Guest Star

    Patrice Munsel

    Patrice Munsel

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Phil Harris

    Phil Harris

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Louis Nye

    Louis Nye

    Series Regular

    Recurring Role

    Don Knotts

    Don Knotts

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    Bill Dana

    Bill Dana

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