The Phil Silvers Show: Season 3 (1957 - 1958)

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Air date: Sep 17, 1957

"Culture" comes to Roseville, Kan., with Bilko's production of "The Merry Widow." Beulah: Gretchen Wyler. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Miss Nightingale: Margaret Hamilton.

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Air date: Sep 24, 1957

Bilko's latest money-making scheme: starting a boys' camp at Fort Baxter. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Hall: Paul Ford. Fender: Herbie Faye. Henshaw: Allan Melvin. Barker: Nick Saunders.

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Air date: Oct 1, 1957

Bilko throws baseball a curve, trying to sell his new recruit as another Cy Young. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Mullen: Jack Healy. Cameos by Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto, Whitey Ford, Gil McDougald, and Red Barber.

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Air date: Oct 8, 1957

Joan gets even with Bilko for forgetting her on Valentine's Day---by quitting the Army and going home. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Joan: Elisabeth Fraser. Ritzik: Joe E. Ross.

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Air date: Oct 15, 1957

An ex-GI searches for the man who saved his life during World War II---and Bilko thinks he's the one. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Rocco: Harvey Lembeck. Henshaw: Allan Melvin. Doberman: Maurice Gosfield. Fender: Herbie Faye. Hall: Paul Ford. Red: Bob Gist. Mullen: Jack Healy.

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Air date: Oct 22, 1957

In New York on furlough, Bilko is mistaken for a millionaire. Jasper: Wyrley Birch. Hugo: Horace Cooper.

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Air date: Oct 29, 1957

A playwright-recruit gives Bilko ideas producing a Broadway show. Hugo: Gordon Polk. Big Poppa: Darryl Richard. Fender: Herbie Faye. Doberman: Maurice Gosfield. Rocco: Harvey Lembeck. Henshaw: Allan Melvin.

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Air date: Nov 19, 1957

Bilko's talking in his sleep---and it's going to cost him money. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Rocco: Harvey Lembeck. Henshaw: Allan Melvin. Ritzik: Joe E. Ross.

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Air date: Nov 26, 1957

Bilko almost gives Oklahoma back to the Indians. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Corporal Whiteagle: Ira Lewis. Henshaw: Allan Melvin.

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Air date: Dec 3, 1957

Bilko sees a way to raise money to start a nightclub. Bilko: Phil Silvers. Rocco: Harvey Lembeck. Henshaw: Allan Melvin. Realtor: Harry Gresham.

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Maurice Gosfield
Pvt. Duane Doberman
Hope Sansberry
Mrs. Nell Hall
Jimmie Little
MSgt. Francis Grover
Paul Ford
Col. John T. Hall
Nicholas Saunders
Captain Barker
Mickey Freeman
Pvt. Fielding Zimmerman
Beatrice Pons
Mrs. Emma Ritzik
Joe E. Ross
MSgt. Rupert Ritzik
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