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Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
Episode 23 : Episode #89

Duration  :   1h 00m


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Episode 23 : Episode #89

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Season 4

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1h 00m

Peter Lawford plays a presidetial press secretary facing the media after a very uneventful day and joins the Laugh-In crew in a salute to George Washington.


Guest Stars: Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford


Genres: Comedy

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