Car 54, Where Are You? (1961–1963)
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Remember St. Petersburg 

A fortune-telling scam ring mistakes Leo as royalty, and calls Sylvia with the news. Another mistake has the con artists convincing an undercover Toody that he's royalty, and Leo's his brother.

Director:

Nat Hiken

Writers:

Nat Hiken (created by), Tony Webster
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Larry Storch ... Pinky
Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Fay DeWitt ... Sonya
Don Keefer ... Dr. Mitchell
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
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Storyline

A fortune-telling scam ring mistakes Leo as royalty, and calls Sylvia with the news. Another mistake has the con artists convincing an undercover Toody that he's royalty, and Leo's his brother.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 1962 (USA) See more »

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Eupolis Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The title is a parody of a rally cry to a nation to not forget those who gave their lives for it. "Remember the Alamo!" or "Remember Pearl Harbor!" See more »

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The Dumbest People In the Bronx?
22 November 2011 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Yes, a lot of these old Nat Hiken comedies were absurd - some say stupid - but they are bound to make you laugh sooner or later. In the end, it's almost always hilarious when all the nonsense gets put together for the grand finale. This episode is a good example.

For much of it, it is ridiculous....unless, of course, there are people as gullible and dumb as "Slyvia Schnauser" and "Gunther Toody." Hey, maybe there are! Whatever, these two get conned by a fake fortune-teller into believing they are Russian royalty.

For me, the silliness turned genuinely funny a few places in the second half and particularly when seeing two cops - Leo and Toody - doing the Russian dance in the locker room.


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