The Bell Telephone Hour

Season 7 Episode 14

A Musical Tour of Tin Pan Alley

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM May 11, 1965 on NBC
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A Musical Tour of Tin Pan Alley
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Hosted by Hoagy Carmichael with performances by singer Gordon MacRae, songstress Leslie Uggams, singer-actor Bill Hayes, singer-actress Carol Lawrence, pianist Peter Nero, choreographer-dancer Matt Mattox and his dancers with Donald Voorhees and the Bell Telephone Orchestra.

Highlights:
A tour through the songs of Gershwin, Arlen, Rodgers, Berlin, Loesser and Carmichael.
Songs performed include "Tea For Two” from No, No, Nanette (Youmans/Caesar), “Shall We Dance” (G. Gershwin/I. Gershwin), and “The Continental” (Conrad/Magidson).
"Shine On, Harvest Moon, "Nora Bayes", "Give My Regards to Broadway", "He's My Bill", "The Girl of My Vagabond Dream", "I'd Rather Be Lonely" and "Someone Waits For Me" (Vincent Youmans).
"You've Chosen Me", "Lady, Be Good!", "Fascinating Rhythm", "Girl crazy" and Embraceable You" (George Gershwin).
"Always", "Alexander's Ragtime Band", "Play a Simple Melody", "White Christmas", "Follow the Fleet" and "Let Yourself Go" (Irving Berlin)
The company joins in for the finale with "There's No Business Like Show Business".



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    Bill Hayes

    Bill Hayes

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    Gordon MacRae

    Gordon MacRae

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    Leslie Uggams

    Leslie Uggams

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    Guest Star

    Donald Voorhees

    Donald Voorhees

    Conductor

    Recurring Role

    The Bell Telephone Orchestra

    The Bell Telephone Orchestra

     

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    Mel Brandt

    Mel Brandt

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