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494 viewsJohnny never passed up a moment like this! Aug 26, 2007
535 viewsPeople love Bob, but just as many loved Johnny. Here, one woman brandished a pennant with her heart's desire.Aug 26, 2007
475 viewsAy whiskers, it's Chef Johnny, going to whip up another Showcase delight!Aug 26, 2007
570 viewsWhat a handsome dude!Aug 26, 2007
497 viewsA recurring skit showcase in the late 70's-early 80's was Dr. John, Practicing Quack. At the end of the showcase a land shark (Dian) puts the bite on the doctor.Aug 26, 2007
499 viewsJohnny Olson does his mentalist character, The Great Marvello. This time around he divines the answers from questions in sealed envelopes without actually having seen the questions. Sound familiar? All he needs is Ed McMahon, a turban -- and a pretty good lawyer or two! (Actually, Steve Allen beat them all, having done that bit frequently on his late 1950's variety show.) Aug 26, 2007
606 viewsHe's been called one of the greatest announcers in the business. The late Johnny Olson made 'Come on Down' a part of Americana. He was the voice of the show from its premiere in 1972 until his death in October, 1985.Aug 26, 2007
511 viewsJohnny looked like a slimmer, bespectacled Stubby Kaye in this showcase, where he played a snake oil salesman. Dian tried her best to look like a Jackie Coogan-type street urchin, but in that sweater, she really didn't.Aug 26, 2007
686 viewsThis episode was from Johnny Olson's final Christmas week with the show. Here, he and Holly are sporting tennis outfits. It's interesting to note that director Marc Breslow often used wipe patterns as borders to showcase certain prizes. This episode aired in December, 1985, two months after Johnny's death.Aug 26, 2007
763 viewsBurton Richardson, veteran of the old nighttime show, helps out when Rod is unable to do his thing in 2001. Aug 26, 2007
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