Here's a very nice review of "Rob The Mob" from the website "We Are Movie Geeks". Finally someone mentions Stephen Endelman's lovely score.
I got on a youtube jag this morning, killing a couple of hours watching old Soupy Sales shows and supplementing it with some Howard Stern broadcasts involving his scrappy relationship with Soupy. In an infamous show from Stern's NBC days (early 80's) he's enraged that Soupy--who had a radio show at that time which aired right before Sterns--apparently lets his staff eat lunch in the studio, which they then fail to clean up. Stern's anger, as he later admitted, had much to do with his position at NBC (where he was apparently disrespected at every turn) and the reverence with which Soupy--by then a TV and broadcasting legend--was treated. In a moment of pique fueled by a need for revenge, Stern cut the piano wires of Soupy's piano (an in-studio instrument supplied by NBC specifically for Soupy's use only). It's some of the best early Stern you'll hear but I've gone a step further. I've also posted a 2010 on-air eulogy of Soupy by Howard, who admits that as a kid Soupy was his first big influence in comedy and that he is now ashamed of the way he behaved in the past.
First Soupy (and Pookie) from a a mid-sixties broadcast. Then Howard in '83. Then Howard in 2010. Cheers!