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Uncle Carl's Christmas Surprise
Airdate: Wednesday - December 22, 1965

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Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
I'm standing there just minding my own business. . .
Show Description
The story of the "Flying A Train" Sign on the 'A' train - "Keep New York Plastered" The Holiday Whoopie World! The balloon drink detective Battery operated beer glass - lights up as you knock down the suds! Wine making kit Shep's 'old man' - the life of the party. If there had been television then, he would have been Soupy Sales. He would do a snake dance with a lamp shade on his head. The story of going to see Uncle Carl and Aunt Min at Christmas. Uncle Carl sobered up and bought Aunt Min an artificial, imitation, synthetic fireplace, with artificial synthetic grates, and artificial flame. On top of the mantle was a picture of Uncle Carl.
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Engineer and Staff in Booth Summary/Rating Credit Instruments Played
By: Jim Clavin
Date:
Rating: Not Rated
Jews Harp
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