The Bob Hope Show

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Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • April 9, 1950
      April 9, 1950
      Episode 1
      4/9/50
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      Bob Hope's debut in the "Star Spangled Revue" with guests Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Dinah Shore, Beatrice Lillie and Hal LeRoy. Also appearing are Maurice Rocco, the Mexico City Boys Choir and the Jack Cole Dancers. Highlights: Bob Hope and Dinah Shore sing a rendition of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" set in an igloo. "Dragalong Cavendish," an Anglicized version of "Hopalong Cassidy." Dinah Shore sings "I Didn't Know What Time It Was".moreless
    • May 27, 1950
      May 27, 1950
      Episode 2
      5/27/50
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      Bob Hope's guests are Frank Sinatra, making his first appearance on television, songstress Peggy Lee and returning for her second appearance, Beatrice Lillie. From New York, Bob Hope is joined by the extraordinary dance team of Condos & Brandow, ballet icons Michael Kidd and Janet Reed along with other members of the New York Ballet, Arnold Stang, David Burns, The DeMarlos, Bill Hayes, Leila Hyer, Louise Kirtland, Jack Russell, Tom Avera, Sylvia Miles, Dennis James, Wendell Niles, and Milton Berle in a cameo role. Highlights: A sketch titled "The Road to Frigidaire" based on the Hope-Bing Crosby running feud is acted out. Beatrice Lillie does a take-off of Dorothy Lamour from the Road to series. Peggy Lee sings "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered". Milton Berle shows up in drag making a play for Bob.moreless
    • September 14, 1950
      9/14/50
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      Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Dinah Shore, Bob Crosby and the Jack Cole Dancers. Also Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Highlights: Bob Crosby (Bing's brother) sings "There'll Always Be a Crosby, But We're Running Out of Hopes".
    • September 21, 1950
      9/21/50
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      Bob Hope's guests include best friend Bing Crosby, Doris Day and the Les Brown Orchestra conducts.
    • November 26, 1950
      11/26/50
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      From New York, Bob Hope welcomes guests Marilyn Maxwell, Jimmy Wakely, Judy Kelly, the magnificent dance duo The Hi-Hatters, and The Taylor Maids for an hour of music and comedy.

       

    • December 21, 1950
      12/21/50
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      From New York, Bob is joined by Robert Cummings, Lily Pons, Robert Maxwell, Betty Bruce, NYC Mayor Impelleterri, and former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt for an hour of music and comedy. Highlights: Hope and Cummings play department store Santas all meeting together on a subway train. Carols sung by a boys' choir rounds out the hour.

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    • February 27, 1957
      2/7/51
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      Host Bob Hope with vocals by Jack Kirkwood and announcer Hy Averback.
    • March 20, 1951
      March 20, 1951
      Episode 9
      3/20/51
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      Bob Hope welcomes guests Marilyn Maxwell and Jack Kirkwood to the show. Les Brown conducts the band and Hy Averback is the announcer. Highlights: Marilyn sings "A Penny A Kiss".
    • April 8, 1951
      April 8, 1951
      Episode 10
      4/8/51
      0.0
      From New York. Bob is joined by Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer, Janis Paige, Frank "Sugar Chile" Robinson, Arthur Treacher, and in cameo appearances Ken Murray, Ed Wynn, Tex & Jinx Falkenberg, Toots Shor, Faye Emerson, Imogene Coca & Sid Caesar, Eddie Cantor, Jimmy Durante, and Frank Sinatra for an hour of music and comedy.moreless
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7
  • Season 8
  • Season 9
  • Season 10
  • Season 11
  • Season 12
  • Season 13
  • Season 14
  • Season 15
  • Season 16
  • Season 17
  • Season 18
  • Season 19
  • Season 20
  • Season 21
  • Season 22
  • Season 23
  • Season 24
  • Season 25
  • Season 26
  • Season 27
  • Season 28
  • Season 29
  • Season 30
  • Season 31
  • Season 32
  • Season 33
  • Season 34
  • Season 35
  • Season 36
  • Season 37
  • Season 38
  • Season 39
  • Season 40
  • Season 41
  • Season 42
  • Season 43
  • Season 44
  • Season 45
  • Season 46