But it is when traveling is over and he climbs on the stage with his three colleagues, that Mr. B. Fiddle shows his real versatitlity. For then he becomes a prop for Dr. Gottlieb's slightly out-of-wack commentary, or portrays the reluctant young maiden in Gottlieb's now famous "Madiera M'Dear" or executes a deft twist of the riotous song about Vikki Dougan or most of all sounds the rhythym for The Limeliters rousing folk numbers.
The Doctor and the Fiddle
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