Studio One

Season 7 Episode 36

Pigeons and People

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM May 23, 1955 on CBS
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Pigeons and People
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A man named Parker prefers the companionship of the pigeons in the park to that of the human race. One day, as he sits feeding his friends, Parker is approached by a gentleman who wishes to rehabilitate him.

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    John Cannon

    John Cannon

    Announcer (1950 - 1958)

    Betty Furness

    Betty Furness

    Spokesperson (1949-1958)

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      • "Pigeons and People" was written by George M. Cohan who also starred in the original play.

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        Casting director JIm Merrick of "Studio One" casually took a look at the script for "Pigeons and People" and then did a double-take, the script called for "twelve calm pigeons, assorted ages and one pigeon that coos on cue, age 6."



        Jim got on the phone, called Broadway animal act agent Milt Blackstone and learned that the cue for pigeons to coo is interest in a pigeon of the opposite sex. Getting twelve calm pigeons was no problem for Blackstone; he go them from the Children's Zoo in Belle Rose, L.I. where the youngsters feed the pigeons.

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