Television

Television Movies Include:

“Seven in Darkness” (1969, Paramount Television, originally aired on ABC)
as “Sam Fuller”
Cast: Lesley Ann Warren, Barry Nelson, Arthur O’Connell, Sean Garrison, Alejandro Rey


“Evil Roy Slade” (1971, Universal TV)
as “Harry Fern”
Cast: John Astin, Mickey Rooney, Dick Shawn, Henry Gibson


“The Legend of Valentino” (1975)
Cast: Franco Nero, Constance Forslund, Suzanne Pleshette, Lesley Ann Warren, Judd Hirsch


“Joys” (1976, Hope Enterprises TV Production)
Cast: Bob Hope and all-star cast


“Off Your Rocker” (1980, Hal Roach Studios International Ltd.)
as “Henry Foster”
Cast: Red Buttons, Lou Jacobi, Dorothy Malone


“Family Business” (1983)
as “Isaiah”
Cast: Brian Benben, Jeffrey Marcus


“Side by Side” (1988, AJA Productions, Inc.)
Cast: Sid Caesar, Danny Thomas, Marjorie Lord, Morey Amsterdam, Richard Kline

Television Series Include:

“The Milton Berle Show” (aka: Texaco Star Theatre, The Buick-Berle Show)
as host (on NBC on Tuesday night from 8:00pm to 9:00pm)
First telecast: June 8, 1948
Last telecast: June 5th 1956


“The Milton Berle Show”
as host (on NBC Wednesday night from 9:00pm to 9:30pm)
First telecast: October 1958
Last telecast: May 1959


“Jackpot Bowling Starring Milton Berle”
as host (from 1960-1961, NBC on Monday 10:30 – 11:00)


“The Milton Berle Show” (TV-Series: 1966-1967)
as host

Notable Television guest appearances include:

“The Colgate Comedy Hour” (aired March 30, 1952)
as “Himself’


“The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour” {aired in 1957)
as “Himself’


“The Dick Powell Show” (aired in 1961)
as “Eddie Doyle” in episode: “Doyle Against the House”


“The Andy Williams Show” (aired November 22, 1962)


“The Andy Williams Show” (aired December 28, 1964)


“F Troop” {aired in 1965)
as “Wise Owl”


“Batman” (aired October 6, 1966)
as “Lofty – Batclimb Cameo” in “Ma Parker” (episode #2.10)


“The Jackie Gleason Show” (1966)
as an occasional guest performer from 1967-1970


“F Troop” (aired in 1967)
in episode: “The Great Troop Robbery”


“The Big Valley” (aired September 25, 1967)
as “Josiah Freeman” in “A Flock of Trouble” (episode #3.3)


“I Dream of Jeannie” (aired September 26, 1967)
as “Charlie” in “Second Greatest Con Artist in the World” (episode #3.3)


“Batman” (aired October 26, 1967)
as “Louie the Lilac” in “Louie the Lilac” (episode #3.7)


“Batman” (aired January 11, 1968)
as “Louis the Lilac” in “Louie’s Lethal Lilac Time” (episode #3.18)


“Get Smart” (aired February 10, 1968)
as “Motel Clerk” in “Don’t Look Back” (episode #3.18)


“Here’s Lucy” (aired November 17, 1969)
as “Cheerful Charlie” in “Lucy And The Used Car Dealer” (episode #2.9)


“Here’s Lucy” (aired February 11, 1974)
as “Himself” in “Milton Berle Is the Life Of The Party” (episode #6.19)


“The Muppet Show” (aired in 1977)
as “Himself”


“CHiPs” (aired December 7, 1980)
as “Himself” in “The Great 5k Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party” (episodes #4.5 and 4.6 – part 1 & 2)


“General Hospital” (aired in 1981)
as “Mickey Miller”


“The Fall Guy” (aired November 18, 1982)
as “Himself” in “The Rich Get Rieher” (episode #1.4)


“Fame” (aired March 3,1983)
in “The Kids from Fame in Concert” (episode #2.20)


“Murder, She Wrote” (aired January 13, 1985)
as “Lew Feldman” in “Broadway Malady” (episode #1.11)


“Fame” (aired March 2, 1985)
as “Nathan Adler” in “Coco Returns” (episode #4.19)


“Roseanne” (aired in 1988)


“Matlock” (aired November 4, 1993)
as “Harvey Chase” in “Last Laugh” (episode #8.5)


“Burke’s Law” (aired February 4, 1994)
in “Who Killed the Host at the Roast?” (episode #1.5)


“Beverly Hills, 90210” (aired January 4, 1995)
as “Saul Howard” in “Sentenced to Life” (episode #5.16)


“The Critic” (aired May 21, 1995)
as “Himself” (voice) in “I Can’t Believe It’s a Clip Show” (episode #2.10)


“Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”
as Will Smith’s hospital roommate


“The Nanny” (aired November 6, 1995)
as “Uncle Manny” in “The Party’s Over” (episode #3.8)


“Sister, Sister” (aired February 7, 1996)
as “Edgar Boggs” in “The Volunteers” (episode #3.16)