The daft Professor Irwin Corey dominates this show with his inane ramblings. I expect he was never invited back to any Playboy function after this performance. Steppenwolf and John Kay make... See full summary »

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Bill Foster

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Irwin Corey ... Himself
Chris Cranston Chris Cranston ... Herself
Jerry Edmonton ... Singer (as Steppenwolf)
Hugh Hefner ... Himself (as Hugh M. Hefner)
Milt Kamen Milt Kamen ... Himself
John Kay ... Singer (as Steppenwolf)
Morgana King ... Singer
Goldy McJohn ... Singer (as Steppenwolf)
Michael Monarch ... Singer (as Steppenwolf)
John Russell Morgan John Russell Morgan ... Singer (as Steppenwolf)
George Plimpton ... Himself
Nanci Roberts Nanci Roberts ... Herself
Steppenwolf ... Themselves
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The daft Professor Irwin Corey dominates this show with his inane ramblings. I expect he was never invited back to any Playboy function after this performance. Steppenwolf and John Kay make it worth wading through the nonsense with amazing renditions of Sookie and Born To Be Wild before it became the iconic song it did. George Plimpton plays 3-D tic-tac-toe with Hugh and expounds on his strange career as a participation journalist until Corey staggers in to disrupt the conversation. Tony Bennett closes out the show with a solid set. Written by TC

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Comedy | Music

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Release Date:

2 February 1969 (USA) See more »

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Playboy Productions See more »
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