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1957 The Steve Allen Show DVD TV LOST FOOTAGE

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1957 The Steve Allen Show DVD TV LOST FOOTAGE HARD TO FIND NEW

One Hour of Lost CLASSIC TV FOOTAGE THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW LOST FOOTAGE

The Steve Allen Show was an award-winning U.S. television variety show hosted by Steve Allen from June 1956 to June 1960 on NBC, and from September 1961 to December 1961 on ABC.The show won a Peabody Award in 1958 for its "genuine humor and frank experiments" during a year when most shows were "conspicuously lacking" such elements The show launched the careers of cast members Don Knotts, Tom Poston, Louis Nye, Pat Harrington Jr., and Bill Dana. The show's most popular sketch was the "Man on the street" which featured Knotts as the nervous Mr. Morrison, Poston as the man who could not remember his own name, Harrington as Italian golf player Guido Panzini, Nye as the smug Gordon Hathaway, and Dana as José Jiménez. Hathaway's greeting of "Hi Ho Steverino!" became a catchphrase[as did Jimenez's "My name José Jiménez." Dayton Allen also appeared in the sketch and spawned the catchphrase "Whyyyyy not?" Gabe Dell, previously a member of The Bowery Boys, was also a cast member. Gene Rayburn was the show's announcer and Skitch Henderson was the bandleader

April 1957 Episode features the Diamonds group performing Little Darlin also The group participates in a comedy sketch. Guests

Xavier Cugat, Abbe Lane, the "Four" Diamonds, Eric O'Brien, Jerry Lewis, Louis Nye. Includes original commercials.

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