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When will be The Milton Berle Show next episode air date? Is The Milton Berle Show renewed or cancelled? Where to countdown The Milton Berle Show air dates? Is The Milton Berle Show worth watching?

This show was filmed before a live audience but broadcast by kinescope. Known as the Texaco Star Theater, at first the host rotated each week between Morey Amsterdam, Harry Richman, Georgie Price, Henny Youngman, Jack Carter, Peter Donald and of course, Milton Berle. By September of 1948, Milton was the permanent host and the show began taking off in the ratings. It was the highest rated show on television until 1952 earning Berle the nickname "Mr. Television." During the show's final three seasons Texaco was replaced by Buick as the sponsor and the program was re-titled The Buick-Berle Show.

Genres: Comedy | Sketch/Improv
Station: NBC (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Canceled/Ended
End: Jun/23/1956

The Milton Berle Show Air Dates

S08E10 - Season 8, Episode 10 Air Date: 04 April 1956 01:00 -

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S08E11 - Season 8, Episode 11 Air Date: 25 April 1956 01:00 -

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S08E12 - Season 8, Episode 12 Air Date: 20 May 1956 01:00 -

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S08E13 - Season 8, Episode 13 Air Date: 06 June 1956 01:00 -

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