The Morey Amsterdam Show

The Morey Amsterdam Show is an American sitcom which ran from 1948–1949 on CBS Television (13 episodes) and 1949–1950 on the DuMont Television Network (58 episodes), for a total of 71 episodes.wikipedia
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Art Carney

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Art Carney played Charlie the Doorman and Jacqueline Susann was Lola the Cigarette Girl.
On both the radio and television versions of The Morey Amsterdam Show (1948–50), Carney's character Charlie the doorman became known for his catchphrase, "Ya know what I mean?"

Morey Amsterdam

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The show began on CBS Radio with Morey Amsterdam playing himself as the emcee at a fictional New York City nightclub, the "Golden Goose Cafe".
The Morey Amsterdam Show aired on CBS radio from July 10, 1948, to February 15, 1949.

DuMont Television Network

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The Morey Amsterdam Show is an American sitcom which ran from 1948–1949 on CBS Television (13 episodes) and 1949–1950 on the DuMont Television Network (58 episodes), for a total of 71 episodes.
The Morey Amsterdam Show, a comedy/variety show hosted by Morey Amsterdam, which started on CBS before moving to DuMont in 1949

Vic Damone

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Art Carney's character changed to Newton the Waiter, Susann continued as Lola, and Vic Damone joined the cast as a nightclub singer. The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.
In April 1949 he made his television debut on The Morey Amsterdam Show performing Cole Porter's "So in Love".

Jacqueline Susann

Art Carney played Charlie the Doorman and Jacqueline Susann was Lola the Cigarette Girl.
From 1948 to 1950, Susann appeared on The Morey Amsterdam Show, a comedy series (telecast first on CBS, then on DuMont), in which she played Lola (later Jackie) the Cigarette Girl to Amsterdam's nightclub emcee.

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The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.
In 1948, they guest-starred on Milton Berle's popular Texaco Star Theater and Morey Amsterdam's The Morey Amsterdam Show.

List of surviving DuMont Television Network broadcasts

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List of surviving DuMont Television Network broadcasts
The Morey Amsterdam Show – 48 episodes, ranging from November 21, 1949 to August 31, 1950

Bobby Sherwood

The announcers for the series were Don Russell, who was also the host for Guide Right, and musician Bobby Sherwood.
He hosted the DuMont Television Network variety show Stars on Parade (1953–54), was the announcer for DuMont's The Morey Amsterdam Show, and the host for the game show Quick as a Flash from March to May 1953.

Doraine and Ellis

The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.
The couple appeared on early television shows such as The Morey Amsterdam Show.

List of programs broadcast by the DuMont Television Network

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List of programs broadcast by the DuMont Television Network
The Morey Amsterdam Show (1949–1950)

1949–50 United States network television schedule

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1949-50 United States network television schedule

Sitcom

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The Morey Amsterdam Show is an American sitcom which ran from 1948–1949 on CBS Television (13 episodes) and 1949–1950 on the DuMont Television Network (58 episodes), for a total of 71 episodes.

CBS Radio

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The show began on CBS Radio with Morey Amsterdam playing himself as the emcee at a fictional New York City nightclub, the "Golden Goose Cafe".

Master of ceremonies

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The show began on CBS Radio with Morey Amsterdam playing himself as the emcee at a fictional New York City nightclub, the "Golden Goose Cafe".

Nightclub act

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Art Carney's character changed to Newton the Waiter, Susann continued as Lola, and Vic Damone joined the cast as a nightclub singer.

The Adventures of Ellery Queen

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The DuMont series ran for 58 episodes on Thursday evenings at 9:00 pm Eastern, until October 12, 1950, when it was replaced by The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

DuMont Laboratories

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The DuMont version was sponsored by DuMont Laboratories, founded by Allen B. DuMont to produce television sets.

Allen B. DuMont

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The DuMont version was sponsored by DuMont Laboratories, founded by Allen B. DuMont to produce television sets.

Mel Tormé

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The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.

Rosemary Clooney

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The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.

Charles Coles

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The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.

Cholly Atkins

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The show's extensive roster of guest stars included Dottie Dean, Nancy Donovan, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Charles "Honi" Coles, The Three Stooges, Cholly Atkins, Doraine and Ellis, Eileen O’Dare, Vic Damone, and Leo Guarniari.

Guide Right

The announcers for the series were Don Russell, who was also the host for Guide Right, and musician Bobby Sherwood.

UCLA Film and Television Archive

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Several CBS Television episodes, and most of the DuMont episodes, exist at the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Library of Congress

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The J. Fred MacDonald collection at the Library of Congress has two episodes, whether CBS or DuMont is not known.