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Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Angie Dickinson (1977)

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Credited cast:
Dean Martin ... Himself - Roastmaster
Angie Dickinson ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eve Arden ... Herself
Joey Bishop ... Himself
Foster Brooks ... Himself
Red Buttons ... Himself
Ruth Buzzi ... Gladys Ormphby
Charlie Callas ... Himself
Scatman Crothers ... Himself
Earl Holliman ... Himself
Jackie Mason ... Himself
LaWanda Page ... Herself
Juliet Prowse ... Herself
Rex Reed ... Himself
Cathy Rigby ... Herself
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8 February 1977 (USA) See more »

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Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Angie Dickinson
14 February 2018 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Angie Dickinson (1977)

Angie Dickinson gets her chance in the hot seat as the likes of Joey Bishop, Eve Arden, Foster Brooks, Red Buttons, Ruth Buzzi, Scatman Crothers, LaWanda Page, Rex Reed, Jimmie Walker, Cindy Williams and the one and only Orson Welles pass the insults. Fans of the show will certainly enjoy this one as there's some very funny insults being thrown around as well as some great back and forth between some of the stars. Page and Crothers do an act together and really hit a home run with it in regards to the laughs. Welles delivers another very funny performance here as his type of "intelligent" comedy just worked magic for this set up. The highlight comes at the end when Dickinson asks Martin to help her deliver the insults and it's pure comic gold. There's even a joke about Jerry Lewis that is just priceless. This is certainly one of the better episodes for the series and is highly recommended.

Episode: A-


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