The Bob Hope Show

Season 5 Episode 2

December 7, 1954

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 07, 1954 on NBC
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December 7, 1954
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From London, his first TV special broadcast from the land of his birth 51 years prior. Bob Hope's guests are Maurice Chevalier with his TV debut, comedienne Beatrice Lillie, French ballerina Liane Dayde, South African born actress Moira Lister, English film and stage actor Jerry Desmonde, 17-year-old actress Shirley Eaton, English beauty queen Doreen Dawne and the Cologne Male Voice Choir.

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    • Bob Hope appears on Producer's Showcase: Correspondents' Dateline on
      13Dec1954 8-9:30pm NBC. Appearing were Bob Hope, Marian Anderson, Hal Boyle, Sid Caesar, Milton Caniff, Perry Como, Bob Considine, John Daly, Eddie Fisher, Henry Ford II, H.V. Kaltenborn, Elsa Maxwell, Martha Raye, Carl Reiner, Lawrence Spivak, Carl Sandberg, Robert E. Sherwood, Ray Walston and Richard Rodgers (conducting the orchestra).

      A show presented by the Overseas Press Club to promote their Memorial Press Center in NYC (which honors reporters who died while covering events overseas).

      Highlights:
      Bob Hope does the opening monologue.
      Marian Anderson sings "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands."
      Carl Sandberg reads a dedication for the Memorial Press Center.
      The orchestra, conducted by Richard Rodgers, plays excerpts from Rodgers' "Victory at Sea" score. Sequence includes Perry Como singing "No Other Love."

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