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Episode #6.23 

Guest Dom DeLuise portrays an Apache dancer. Then he is Dominick the Great the amazing juggler, magician, but also a fraud. The cast salutes the world of actors.

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Bill Foster
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Episode credited cast:
Dan Rowan ... Self - Host
Dick Martin ... Self - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dennis Allen Dennis Allen ... Regular Performer
Tod Bass Tod Bass ... Regular Performer
Brian Bressler Brian Bressler ... Regular Performer
Ruth Buzzi ... Regular Performer
Dick Cavett ... Self
Richard Dawson ... Regular Performer
Dom DeLuise ... Self - Guest Performer
Patti Deutsch ... Regular Performer
Moosie Drier Moosie Drier ... Regular Performer
Peter Falk ... Self
Lisa Farringer ... Regular Performer
Sarah Kennedy ... Regular Performer
Gary Owens ... Announcer / Self
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Guest Dom DeLuise portrays an Apache dancer. Then he is Dominick the Great the amazing juggler, magician, but also a fraud. The cast salutes the world of actors.

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Comedy | Music

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Dom DeLuise was the only guest star in the penultimate episode of "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In".
7 March 2020 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Dom DeLuise is the only guest star on this edition of "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In". The material is the usual hit-or-miss though he is pretty funny much of the time. Frank Welker plays both Dick Cavett and his guest Peter Falk doing his Columbo character via split screen in an amusing skit. Lisa Farringer once again does her one-liner jokes punctuating with "Whoopee!" that are okay concerning the punchlines. It was also fun seeing Dom in a blooper reel near the end as well as with Ruth Buzzi concerning a juggling act. In summary, this was an okay ep of "Laugh-In".


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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 1973 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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