Lotsa Luck! (1973–1974)
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The Talent Show 

The annual bus company talent show has come around again, with the first prize a week's vacation in Miami. Stanley and Bummy Pfitzer initially discuss reviving their routine as a music and ... See full summary »

Director:

Alan Rafkin

Writers:

Carl Reiner (created by), Bill Persky (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Dom DeLuise ... Stanley Belmont
Kathleen Freeman ... Iris Belmont
Beverly Sanders ... Olive Swann
Wynn Irwin ... Arthur Swann
Jack Knight ... Bummy Pfitzer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Johnny Brown ... Ronnie
Louisa Moritz ... Reenee Muldoon
Danny Wells Danny Wells ... Ernie Kaplan
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The annual bus company talent show has come around again, with the first prize a week's vacation in Miami. Stanley and Bummy Pfitzer initially discuss reviving their routine as a music and comedy duo. But when they have a falling out, Stanley decides to present a magic act (which owes more than a little to Dom DeLuise's alter ego as inept magician "Dominick the Great"). To complete the act, he recruits the voluptuous Reenee Muldoon as his stage assistant -- whom he also would like to accompany him on the trip to Miami if he wins. Written by aldanoli

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Comedy

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"Stanley the Great"
8 December 2016 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

The bus company Stanley (Dom DeLuise) and his friend Bummy (Jack Knight) work for are having their annual talent show. The 1st prize is a week for two at Perlman's Poinsettia Palms in Miami. Stanley and Bummy begin rehearsing their Vaudeville-inspired comedy/musical duo of Belmont and Pfitzer. The attractive company emergency road dispatcher and Dolly Parton lookalike Reenee Muldoon (Louisa Moritz, "Rose" from "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest') wishes to see her aunt in Florida, leaving the men in the company to eye her as the second person to take. This splits up Stan and Bummy's act, leading to an argument. At home, he tries a stand-up comedy routine on his family, insulting them all Don Rickles-style. Stanley talks Reenee into being his assistant in a magic act at the talent show. Stanley's magic act is essentially Dom DeLuise's "Dominick the Great" stand-up routine. It predictably goes awry. The talent show emcee is Johnny Brown (Nathan Bookman from "Good Times").


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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 January 1974 (USA) See more »

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Concept II Productions See more »
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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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