Top Banana

(1954)
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Overview

Jerry Biffle (Phil Silvers) is the star of the Blendo Soap Program. He has been invited to participate in an autograph-signing party for his new book at an important department store. Jerry meets Sally Peters (Judy Lynn), one of the department store models, and makes her part of his TV troupe. As part of his campaign to court Sally, Jerry gets Cliff Lane (Danny Scholl), the tenor of his TV company, to sing to her over the phone. When Sally and Cliff meet, they fall in love, with Biffle ignorant of the complications.

  1. Alfred E. Green

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Phil Silvers

    Phil Silvers

    Jerry Biffle

  2. Judy Lynne

    Sally Peters

  3. Danny Scholl

    Danny Scholl

    Cliff Lane

  4. Rose Marie

    Rose Marie

    Betty Dillon

  5. Jack Albertson

    Jack Albertson

    Vic Davis

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Status Released

Release Information

  • February 22, 1954
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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50

Still needs a little work.

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