Hollywood Palace - the "Darts" sketch, with Elizabeth Montgomer & Vic Damone. Paul was a co-author of this sketch that was originally done in "New Faces of 1956" with Maggie Smith playing the female role. Click here for more information.
"The Hollywood Palace" with Elizabeth Montgomery. Paul & a disheveled Liz reading Macbeth
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With Fred Astaire & Carmen Phillips.
With Carole Cook & Dale Robertson. A perfect example of "It's not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it!"
"Hollywood Palace" with Dale Robertson, Betty Hutton, John Gary & Fred MacMurray. Paul in a cowboy hat??? Also, if you watch closely, you'll see an unknown Raquel Welch as the billboard girl!