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By definition a Barber = men, beautician = women and men. So there’s nothing to be surprised about
How many men’s barbers are they gonna put on this show?
I always liked Bert Lahr's commercials for Lay's Potato Chips.
I am German - the very artikulate language which is spoken in this show is good to learn and train English! Recommended for my children! Beside this, this show is so entertaining, no need for "special effects" and stuff like this.
He was a great comic and a great cowardly lion! Love their guy.
Geez John answered all the questions. Irritating. Lady Bug segment
Arlene is sexy.
Sad to say but he died 4 years later
Bert Lahr's characterization of the "Cowardly" Lion is one of the most hilarious performances in the history of the cinema!
A go-to service. As Bennett says: manicuring, barbering,, or massaging.
IMHO Arlene covered for Dorothy who dropped part of Peter Ustenov's introduction. Dorothy seemed off in her articulation. Of course Arlene seemed tipsy too.
Yes I agree...who in the heck watches t.v. anymore???
Such an interesting vibe on this show. It was like, just casual enough to be chill and funny but also serious enough that they could act natural and still have a good time. And I love how loose they were with the rules, it adds to the entertainment. It’s like Whose Line, the points don’t really matter :)
Arlene: They sell them to gentleman bugs, I assume. She's so witty.
Bennett has to be cheating!
Dorothy always seems so shy and uncomfortable in front of the camera
Marjorie Goodson would go on to be a model on the game show, "Classic Concentration", hosted by the late Alex Trebek.
Hello! I read in the description of one of these videos that it was possible to contact someone to get DVDs of all the episodes. I cannot recall which one. I remember that this episode that I watched, from this channel, had the ads with it, and were of lower quality. The lovely person who runs this channel then spliced the commercials into the higher quality copy in the finished video. This is all the information I have, and I’ll keep searching for the video. Any information or help would be appreciated! Thank you in advance.
Dorothy's intros since her sneezing incident has been short and terse. She still shows signs of some problems.