The Bell Telephone Hour

Season 7 Episode 2

Lyrics By Oscar Hammerstein II

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 10, 1964 on NBC
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Lyrics By Oscar Hammerstein II
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Hosted by Henry Fonda with performances by Florence Henderson, John Raitt, John Reardon, Gretchen Wyler, Barbara McNair, Susan Watson and Johnny Harmon.

Highlights:
Henry Fonda speaks the lyrics of "Old Man River" and "The Last Time I Saw Paris".
The company sings "A Cockeyed Optimist". The chorus performs "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'".
Susan Watson and Johnny Harmon sing "June Is Bustin' Out All Over".
Florence Henderson sings "Something Wonderful".
Barbara McNair sings "What's the Use of Wonderin'.
John Raitt, John Reardon, Johnny Harmon and the male chorus perform "There Is Nothing Like a Dame".
Barbara McNair sings "The Last Time I Saw Paris".
Susan Watson and Johnny Harmon sing and dance to "Happy Talk".
John Raitt sings "If I Loved You".
John Reardon and Florence Henderson sing "Make Believe".
John Raitt performs "Soliloquy" from Carousel.
Gretchen Wyler sings and dances to "Life Upon the Wicked Stage".
John Raitt sings "Some Enchanted Evening".
John Reardon does "The Folks Who Live on the Hill".
Florence Henderson sings "We Kiss in a Shadow".
John Raitt sings "Rose-Marie".
John Reardon does "Younger Than Springtime".
John Raitt and Florence Henderson duet on "When I Grow Too Old to Dream".
The program closes with a tape of Hammerstein receiting the lines of "Hello Young Lovers"
and the company singing "This Was a Real Nice Clambake".

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    Florence Henderson

    Florence Henderson

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    John Raitt

    John Raitt

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    Guest Star

    John Reardon (II)

    John Reardon (II)

    Himself

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    Donald Voorhees

    Donald Voorhees

    Conductor

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    The Bell Telephone Orchestra

    The Bell Telephone Orchestra

     

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    Mel Brandt

    Mel Brandt

    Announcer

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