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The Spike Jones Show 

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Series cast summary:
Spike Jones ...  Prince Charming / ... 19 episodes, 1954
Helen Grayco Helen Grayco ...  Singer / ... 19 episodes, 1954
Earl Bennett Earl Bennett ...  Fortune Teller / ... 19 episodes, 1954
Freddy Morgan Freddy Morgan ...  Goofy / ... 19 episodes, 1954
George Rock George Rock ...  Blacksmith / ... 19 episodes, 1954
Billy Barty ...  Abdulla the Villain / ... 19 episodes, 1954
Bill DePew Bill DePew ...  Himself 19 episodes, 1954
Roger Donley Roger Donley ...  Himself 19 episodes, 1954
Bill Hamilton Bill Hamilton ...  Himself / ... 19 episodes, 1954
Bernie Jones Bernie Jones ...  Himself 19 episodes, 1954
Peter James Peter James ...  Darryl Zanuck / ... 18 episodes, 1954
Ray Heath Ray Heath ...  Himself 17 episodes, 1954
Jad Paul Jad Paul 17 episodes, 1954
Dick Shanahan Dick Shanahan 17 episodes, 1954
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Comedy | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 January 1954 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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While this show aired on NBC, CBS was airing Jackie Gleason's The Honeymooners (1955). See more »

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Featured in The Unknown Marx Brothers (1993) See more »

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This was a terrific half-hour of big-band music.
28 October 1999 | by Hup234!See all my reviews

TV Guide reported that Spike was going to downplay his celebrated "cement-mixer cacophony" and pretty-much play it straight on this series. But Spike's band was one of the best ever ... they had to be, to put their antics across ... and when they did get serious, we had one fabulous piece of mid-Fifties television! (Now and then, Spike did squeeze off a pistol shot, though.) There were Helen Grayco's great vocals, and Billy Barty got to sing a lot, too. Those were great days indeed to sit in front of the tube .....


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