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Guest StarEdit

AEdit

Jack Albertson

(09.17 02/02/1960 "San Fernando's Phony Fabians, 09.30 05/24/1960 "Clem and the Beanstalk" as a cast member. Sold Clem magic beans. 10.11 1961/01/03 "San Fernando Cal")

Lola Albright (06.07 11/20/1956 "Thankgiving")

Barbara Anderson (1970-09-21 "Freddie's Desperate Hour")

Warner Anderson (1911-1976. TV actor in Lineup (1954-59) and Peyton Place (1964-65).)

11.24 03/13/1962 "The Nine Lives of Freddie"

BEdit

Ronnie Burns (1935-2007 Son of George Burns and Gracie Allen) (11.11 12/05/1961 "Mr. K Goes to College")

Raymond Burr (1970-09-21 "Freddie's Desperate Hour")

CEdit

Sebastian Cabot

10.24 1961/05/16 "Freddie's Shipwreck" 'Muggsy', 11.32 5/29/1962 "This Goon for Hire"

Mike Connors (20.04 1970-10-05 "Clem's Witness")

Tim Conway

16.09 11/15/1966 "Gyp of the Old Block

Jackie Coogan

10.28 06/13/1961 "Freddie Gets Sick"

Buster Crabbe

09.15 01/19/1960 - "Appleby the Muscleman"

DEdit

William Demarest

10.03 10/11/1960 "Clem the Candidate"

EEdit

FEdit

Sergio Franchi (1926-1990) (18.30 1969-04-22 "Kingdom of Iodine") Dick Foran

11.31 05/22/1962 - "Best Man Blues"

Errol Flynn (1909-1959)

Was scheduled for 08.01 but replaced by Liberace. 09.01 09/29/1959 "Freddie's Beat Shack" Event inspired the film "My Favorite Year".

Died 10/14/1959. Red Skelton was a pallbearer.


Allen Funt (16.12 12/06/1966 "Better Dead Than Wed")


GEdit

Robert Goulet (16.13 12/13/1966 "The Fastest Cuspidor in the West)

HEdit

Mary Beth Hughes

10.11 1961/01/03 "San Fernando Cal" 'Ruby'


IEdit

Burl Ives (17.22 02/13/1968 "Sheriffs Are Bought Not Made")

JEdit

KEdit

Stubby Kaye (12.08 11/20/1962 "Ten Baby Fingers and Twelve Baby Toes")

LEdit

Abby Lane (16.12 12/06/1966 "Better Dead Than Wed")

Peggy Lee (03.s08 1954/09/08 "The Tooth, the Whole Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth")

Jerry Lewis (20.01 1970-09-14 "The Magic Act")

MEdit

Gordon & Sheila MacRae (12.12 12/18/1962 "How the West Was Lost")

Jayne Mansfield (12.21 02/19/1963 "Advice to the Loveworn")

Dean Martin (1970-09-21 "Freddie's Desperate Hour")

Harpo Marx (12.01 09/25/1962 "Appleby's Guarding Angel")

Marilyn Maxwell

Archie Moore (14.17 01/19/1965 "The Seven Year Wretch")

Jules Munshin (1915-1970 Broadway musical comic. Teamed up with Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra in the movie "On the Town")

(12.06 10/30/1962 "Rupert the Stupert")

NEdit

Leslie Nielsen (20.14 12/21/1970 - "The Red Skelton Christmas Show")


OEdit

PEdit

Janice Paige (12.08 11/20/1962 "Ten Baby Fingers and Twelve Baby Toes")

Maria Palmer

11.31 05/22/1962 - "Best Man Blues"

Jane Powell (1929- . Broadway and movie musicals)

12.06 10/30/1962 "Rupert the Stupert"


QEdit

REdit

Martha Raye

(12.14 01/01/1963 - "Of Mouth and Men", 13.11 12/10/1963 "The Mouth Shall Rise Again")

Melodye Condos (1944- , Martha Raye's daughter) (13.11 12/10/1963 "The Mouth Shall Rise Again")

Slappy Maxie Rosenbloom

09.15 01/19/1960 - "Appleby the Muscleman"

Charles Ruggles

12.06 10/30/1962 "Rupert the Stupert"


SEdit

Keely Smith (12.30 05/07/1963 "A Midsummer Nut's Dream")

Ed Sullivan (03.21 1954/02/09 "Deadeye and Indians")

TEdit

Ernest Truex (11.11 12/05/1961 "Mr. K Goes to College")

UEdit

VEdit

Mamie Van Doren


WEdit

Nancy Walker (07.17 02/04/1958 "Beauty Parlor")

Robert Wagner (20.03 1970-09-28 "Superman and Son")

John Wayne (19.06 10/28/1969 "Hominy and True Grit")

Ed Wynn


Keenan Wynn (11.28 04/24/1962 - "How to Think Up a Television Title Without Being Sued")

XEdit

YEdit

ZEdit

Musical GuestEdit

Earl Barton (1947-2007 tap dancer) (03.s08 1954/09/08 "The Tooth, the Whole Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth")

King Sisters (03.21 1954/02/09 "Deadeye and Indians")

Four Knights (01.12 12/15/1951 "Clean Politics")

Mahalia Jackson (12.01 09/25/1962 "Appleby's Guarding Angel")

The Lettermen (12.21 02/19/1963 "Advice to the Loveworn", 13.07 11/05/1963 - "Do You Take This Woman For Your Awful Wedded Wife?")


Donna Loren (1947- Teen singer) (15.22 02/15/1966 "Half a Loafer is Better Than None" ["The Way of Love", "Johnny One-Note"])

Lulu (17.22 02/13/1968 "Sheriffs Are Bought Not Made")

Jane Marsh (1944- Opera Soprano) (16.09 11/15/1966 "Gyp of the Old Block")

Michell Boys Choir (12.13 12/25/1962 "Freddie and the Yuletide Doll")

Andy Russell (02.?? "Quiz Show Winner")

The Sportsmen (02.?? "Fancy Footwork")

Step Brothers (02.?? "The Sultan")

Shani Wallis (1933- , British singer, "Oliver") (14.17 01/19/1965 "The Seven Year Wretch")

Robin Wilson (20.01 1970-09-14 "The Magic Act", 20.04 1970-10-05 "Clem's Witness")

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