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09x30 Episode #270 Aired: Apr. 05, 1974

Show #270 Guests: Joe Namath, Don Meredith, Weeb Eubank, Paul 'Bear' Bryant, Dick Butkus, Jim Plunkett, David Janssen, Angie Dickinson, Charlie …

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The Dean Martin Show is Canceled/Ended
The show had 9 seasons and 263 episodes air between 1965 and 1974.

Series Info

Type:
N/A
Premiered:
Sep. 16, 1965
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
60 min.
Aired:
1965 - 1974
To-Date:
9 Seasons
263 Episodes
Network
NBC TV Network
AKA:
The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (new title)
Genre

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Series Fun Facts

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  • Bob Newhart appears in a sketch with Dean about a man who goes to a pet cemetary by mistake to arrange the funeral of a dead in-law.
  • The only known European country where the show aired was West Germany. There, portions of show were edited down to half-hour episodes and broadcast on an program called "Larry's Showtime"…
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    The only known European country where the show aired was West Germany. There, portions of show were edited down to half-hour episodes and broadcast on an program called "Larry's Showtime" (1975), which ran on Saturday afternoons on the ZDF network during the 1970s. On alternate weeks, the series would feature excerpts from other U.S. variety programs hosted by Danny Kaye and Jerry Lewis. The singing on the shows was left in English, but the speaking voices were dubbed into German.
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  • Dean Martin wanted to be on TV but also wanted to be free to do movies and records; his contract required that he only show up to do his variety show one day per week (on Sundays). That's why…
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    Dean Martin wanted to be on TV but also wanted to be free to do movies and records; his contract required that he only show up to do his variety show one day per week (on Sundays). That's why he always seemed slightly out of step with the rest of the cast, who had rehearsed with Lee Hale standing in for Martin the day before. When Martin made a mistake he'd just laugh it off. The audience loved it.
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