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TV Full List of The Colgate Comedy Hour Episodes

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Below is a complete The Colgate Comedy Hour episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual The Colgate Comedy Hour episodes are listed along with the The Colgate Comedy Hour episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. The Colgate Comedy Hour episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. Items featured on this list include everything from “Anything Goes” to “Let's Face It.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the The Colgate Comedy Hour episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.

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Let's Face It Sep 17 1950 - Hosted by Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, has Dean and Jerry alongside gorgeous Marilyn Maxwell ("The Lemon Drop Kid") and comedian Leonard Barr. Sketches include a backstage bit with ...more

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Revenge with Music Sep 10 1950 - Eddie Cantor hosts the premiere episode of the series, joined by actor/dancer Tommy Wonder, opera soprano Yma Sumac, dancer Danny Daniels, Yiddish theatre star Joseph Buloff, Lew Hearn, Robert ...more

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Fred Allen Sep 24 1950 - Fred Allen makes his hosting debut. His guests include actors Monte Woolley and Peter Donald; Risë Stevens from the Metropolitian Opera; ballet stars Sono Osato, Hugh Laing and Zachary ...more

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Bobby Clark Oct 01 1950 - In this episode sponsored by Frigidaire, Bobby Clark makes his debut as host. His guests include actress Joan Blondell and Broadway composer Sigmund Romberg. Clark appears in a comedy sketch ...more

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Eddie Cantor Oct 08 1950 - Eddie Cantor returns as host with Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Cantor does a sketch with his character 'Maxi the Taxi', and performs 'Dinah' in a production number.

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Martin & Lewis Nov 12 1950 - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis return with guests singer/actress Kitty Kallen; future 'Jackie Gleason Show' co-star Joyce Randoph; comic dancer Leonard Barr; comic actor Sammy Petrillo; the dance ...more

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Bob Hope Nov 26 1950 - A nervous-looking Bob Hope makes his debut as host in this Frigidaire-sponsored episode. His guests include: Marilyn Maxwell; country singer Jimmy Wakely; vocalists The Taylor Maids; dance ...more

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Abbott & Costello Jan 07 1951 - Abbott and Costello's first time as hosts. Several comedy routines including their classic: "Who's On First".

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Jackie Gleason and Fred Allen Jun 10 1951 - Jackie Gleason, starring on DuMont's 'Cavalcade of Stars', hosts this episode sponsored by Frigidaire. His guests include: Fred Allen; Vivian Blaine and actress Joan Carroll.

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Fred Allen Oct 22 1950 - Fred Allen hosts and welcomes guests Broadway actress/singer Ella Logan; dancers Anthony, Allyn and Hodges; comedians Mort and Art Havel; and from Allen's radio program comedian (and Allen's ...more

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Eddie Cantor Dec 03 1950 - Eddie Cantor hosts and welcomes guests jazz pianist Joe Bushkin; actor Jack Albertson; co-star of the TV series 'Mama', Dick Van Patten; actress Connie Sawyer; acrobats The Amadis; June Keegan; ...more

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Fred Allen Dec 17 1950 - Fred Allen makes his final appearance as host. His guests include: comic Doc Rockwell; opera singer Eileen Farrell; The Christianis acrobat act; and from Allen's radio show Kenny Delmar, Minerva ...more

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Eddie Cantor Jan 28 1951 - Lee Fairfax, Basil O'Connor, Dave Powell, Joe Marks, and Estelle Sloan.

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Bobby Clark Jan 21 1951 - Julie Wilson; Willie, West and McGinty; The Maxwells; Miriam Wakefield; Bobby Lane and Claire; Jack Mann; Dick Dana; and Tom Jones and his Orchestra.

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Eddie Cantor Mar 25 1951 - Jimmy Durante, Eddie Jackson, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

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Martin & Lewis May 20 1951 - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host this week's show. Their guests include: singer Jane Morgan; the dance team of Bob Fosse & Mary Ann Niles; a cameo by Eddie Cantor; and Dick Stabile and his

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Eddie Cantor Apr 01 1951 - Eddie Fisher, Joel Grey, William Warfield, Evelyn Gould, Gehrig and Weismuller, Tony and Eddy, and Michell Auclair.

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Eddie Cantor Apr 22 1951 - Eddie Cantor hosts this weeks show. His guests include: actress Anne Jeffreys; Robert Gari; Charlie Cantor; dancers Gehrig and Weismuller, Hal Loman and Joan Field. Cantor performs a 'Maxi the ...more

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Martin & Lewis Jun 24 1951 - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host this first season closer. Their guests include: singer Janis Paige; comic and show writer Danny Arnold; The Johnny Conrad Dancers; cameos by Tony Martin and Joe ...more

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Bobby Clark Feb 18 1951 - Basil Rathbone, Sarah Churchill, Walter Abel, Nelson Case, Mary Boland, Fran Warren, and Danny Scholl.

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Bob Hope Apr 08 1951 - Rex Harrison, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Cantor, Ed Wynn, Jimmy Durante, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Lilli Palmer, Janis Paige, Arthur Treacher, Frank "Sugar Chile" Robinson, Tex and Jinx ...more

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Eddie Cantor Feb 25 1951 - Lena Horne, Jack Albertson, Charlie Cantor, Bil and Cora Baird Marionettes, Landre and Verna, Phil Kramer, Marcia Walter, Chris Barbery, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

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Eddie Cantor May 27 1951 - Eddie Cantor hosts this week's show. His guests include: a teen-aged Joel Grey; big band vocalist Connie Haines; Charlie Cantor; Herbert Coleman; Monsieur Crayone; TV actor Joe Silver; Lou Wills ...more

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Fred Allen Nov 19 1950 - Fred Allen hosts with guests humorist/author H. Allen Smith; Tony award winning actress Sheila Bond; and Broadway performer Billy Tabbert.

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Eddie Cantor Dec 31 1950 - Danny Thomas, Ed Wynn and Sigmund Romberg.

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Eddie Cantor Nov 05 1950 - Eddie Cantor hosts and is joined by his wife, Ida Cantor; his son-in law actor Robert Gari; radio comedian Charlie Cantor (no relation); dancers Fred and Sledge; Lesli Scott; Bil and Cora ...more

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Martin & Lewis Feb 04 1951 - Polly Bergen, Mary Ann Niles, Bob Fosse, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: Martin & Lewis had not hosted in nearly three months only because they were off in Hollywood making a

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Bob Hope Dec 24 1950 - Bob Hope hosts this episode, sponsored by Frigidaire. His guests include: His guests include: opera star Lily Pons; Elanor Roosevelt; Bob Cummings; harpist Robert Maxwell; New York Mayor Vincent ...more

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Martin & Lewis Apr 29 1951 - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host this telecast from Chicago. Their guests include: singer Helen O'Connell; dance team Bob Fosse & Mary Ann Niles; Ladd Lyon; announcer Mike Wallace; and Dick ...more

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Eddie Cantor Jun 17 1951 - Eddie Cantor is the host and welcomes guests including: 'Mr. Television' Milton Berle; comics Jack E. Leonard and Phil Foster, bombshell Dagmar; Junie Keegan; and Ida Cantor. Also, appearances ...more

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Bobby Clark Oct 29 1950 - Vaudeville and film comedian Bobby Clark hosted this show sponsored by Frigidaire. Clark welcomes baseball announcer Mel Allen; singer/actress Frances Langford; tennis player Gussie Moran; ...more

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Martin & Lewis Jun 03 1951 - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host this week's episode. Their guests include: The DeMarco Sisters; comedian/singer Sonny King; actor Tommy Farrell; Rosette Shaw; comic actor and 'Colgate' writer ...more

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The Hartmans Dec 10 1950 - Comic dancers Paul and Grace (The Hartmans) star in this adaptation of their just-ended Broadway review, 'Tickets, Please!" Joining them are cast members from the show: Jack Albertson, ...more

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Spike Jones Feb 11 1951 - The City Slickers, George Rock, Sir Frederick Gas, Freddy and Dick Morgan, Bill King, The Wayne Marlin Trio, Lois Ray, Gale Robbins, and Laverne Pearson Note: There was also a cameo appearance ...more

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Fred Allen and Tony Martin Apr 15 1951 - Tony Martin hosts this installment. His guests include: comedian Fred Allen; actress Celeste Holm; ballet star Kathryn Lee; jazz clarinetist Peanuts Hucko; Broadway performer Joe Silver; ...more

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Anything Goes Oct 15 1950 - Kitty Kallen; The Skylarks; Mayor Ralph Villani of Newark, N.J.; Mayor Walter Sterling of Steubenville, Ohio; and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

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Milton Berle and Tony Martin Mar 04 1951 - Milton Berle, The Andrews Sisters, and Leonard Sues.

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Abbott & Costello Mar 11 1951 - Lon Chaney Jr.; Sid Fields; Jarmila Novotna; Jesse, James & Carnell; Milton Frome; Ann Thomas; Gregg Sherwood; and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

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Beatrice Lillie and Rex Harrison Mar 18 1951 - Rex Harrison, Wally Cox, Nelson Case, Jean Sablon, Valerie Bettis.

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Abbot & Costello Jan 07 1951 - Abbott and Costello's first time as hosts. Several comedy routines including their classic: "Who's On First".

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Beatrice Lillie and Victor Moore May 13 1951 - Beatrice Lillie hosts this episode sponsored by Frigidaire. Her guests include: singer Dick Haymes; comic actor Wally Cox; actor Victor Moore; singer/actor Harold Lang; and Broadway star Helen ...more

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10/1/1950 Oct 01 1950 - In this episode sponsored by Frigidaire, Bobby Clark makes his debut as host. His guests include actress Joan Blondell and Broadway composer Sigmund Romberg. Clark appears in a comedy sketch ...more

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12/17/1950 Dec 17 1950 - Fred Allen makes his final appearance as host. His guests include: comic Doc Rockwell; opera singer Eileen Farrell; The Christianis acrobat act; and from Allen's radio show Kenny Delmar, Minerva ...more

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Jerry Lester and Fred Allen Jan 14 1951 - Joan Bennett; Fred Allen; Pat O'Brien; Kukla, Fran & Ollie; The Mello-Larks the cast of Broadway Open House: Dagmar; David Street; Jack Adrian; Milton DeLugg; and Wayne Howell.

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Martin & Lewis and Phil Silvers May 06 1951 - Phil Silvers hosts this week's edition. His guest list includes: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; singer Vivian Blaine; comic Joey Faye; and Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Blaine and Silvers duet on ...more

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Jackie Gleason Sep 02 1951

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Jack Carson Oct 21 1951

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