Mad Dogs
Written by Noël Coward
Date 1931
Source musical revue "The Third Little Show"
Publisher Warner Bros. Inc.

Baskerville, the Afghan Hound and Rowlf (at the piano) sing "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" as the UK Spot in episode 216 of The Muppet Show.

The song was written by Coward as he drove to Hanoi to Saigon, and became a staple of Coward's cabaret act. The song is often quoted, with a Doctor Who novel taking its name from the song, as well as an album from Joe Cocker.

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