May 22, 1949: Paul Winchell, Jane Kean, Ladd Lyon, Claude Harmon, Craig Wood
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Music: --Jane Kean sings "Curtain Time" and "Best Time of Day" (song from Broadway's "Along Fifth Avenue"). --Bill Nervis & Vatstarts (spelling?) perform "Don't Break It Down" and "Some Folks Have Got It."Comedy:--Al Kelly comes up from audience and does a ticket scalping routine with Ed.--Paul Winchell (ventriloquist with puppet Jerry Mahoney)Also appearing: --Walter Long (tap dancer)--Leo McCary (director) --Craig Wood and Claude Harmon (golf pros) - give a golf lesson. Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney join in. --Ladd Lyon (acrobat) - balances on bottles.--Audience bows: Arthur Treacher (actor), Nella Webb (actress & astrologer), Robert Villamare (spelling?) (boxer), Todd Andrews (actor), Lawrence Tibbit (opera singer) and New York Police detectives O'Connor and and Toll.Finale: --Paul Winchell, Toastettes, Nervis & Vatstarts - "Paper Doll" and "It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World" production numbers.moreless
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