Steve Martin: All Commercials....A Steve Martin Special Trailer

Steve Martin: All Commercials....A Steve Martin Special Trailer (1980)

30 September 1980 Comedy 50 mins

Comedy - Steve Martin's third NBC special serves as a salute to 1970s television commercials. Taking shots at everything from "Suzy Chapstick" to Palmolive to advertising agencies, this special showcased Martin's genius for physical comedy. - Steve Martin, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Gayle Crofoot

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All Commercials....A Steve Martin Special Trailer

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United States 30 September 1980

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