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The Ed Wynn Show
This early TV comedy variety show features iconic guests and classic vaudeville shtick, with lots of corny jokes and silly sight gags.
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S01:E04 - Dinah Shore
Wynn performs in a gym setting, Dinah Shore sings "Blues In the Night" under a lamppost, and sings "Tea For Two" while riding a piano bicycle.
S01:E05 - Victor Moore
Ed pays tribute to vaudeville performer Victor Moore.
S01:E12 - Buster Keaton, Virginia O'Brien
Highlights include Buster Keaton recreating his battle with molasses from his 1917 film "The Butcher Boy" and Ed performing in a ballet sequence.
S01:E13 - Hattie McDaniel, Buddy Ebsen
Buddy Ebsen visits Ed's pet store in search of an exotic animal and Ed plays a door-to-door salesman who who tries to peddle his wares to Beulah.
S01:E16 - Howard Duff, Olga San Juan
Ed tries his hand at hosting a cooking show and joins his guest stars in a murder mystery spoof.
S01:E23 - Elsa Lanchester, Reginald Gardiner
A comedic variety show featuring special guests Elsa Lanchester and Reginald Gardiner.
S01:E24 - Gloria Swanson, Gale Robbins, Bill Shirley
A comedic variety show featuring special guests Gloria Swanson, Gale Robbins, and Bill Shirley.
S01:E25 - Helen Forrest, the Three Stooges
Ed approaches three CBS network executives (played by the Three Stooges) seeking help to improve his program.
S01:E30 - Vera Vague
Ed and guest star Vera Vague are featured in a skit where the cruise ship on which they are sailing sinks and they are marooned on a desert island.
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