The Bob Hope Show

Season 15 Episode 4

January 15, 1965

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 15, 1965 on NBC
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Bob Hope's annual tour overseas: this time he hits Southeast Asia: Korea, Guam, the Philippines, Okinawa and Vietnam. Bob's guests are Jill St. John, Janis Paige, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Jerry Colonna, Anita Bryant, Peter Leeds, Vauudevillian John Bubbles and Ann Sidney (Miss World/Misss Australia).

Highlights:
Jill St. John twisting "The Swim" with eager GI's from the audience.
Janis Paige performs a dance number of "The Best is Yet to Come".
Anita Bryant sings "Hello, Dolly!".
Anna Maria Alberghetti rendering a medley from "Carnival".
Ann Sidney (Miss World 1964) joins Bob in a duet of "Oh, You Beautiful Doll".
Comedy bits by Jerry Colonna, John Bubbles and Peter Leeds.
Glimpses of the party the King and Queen of Thailand threw for the cast.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Henry Cabot Lodge was the Ambassador to Vietnam when he was replaced by Ellsworth Bunker. He was also on the 1960 Republican ticket for Vice Presidency with Richard M. Nixon going for Presidency.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Bob Hope: Hello, advisers, Here I am at Bien Hoa. That's Vietnamese for "DUCK!" Nice to be here in Sniper Valley. You all remember Vietnam? It's that place Huntley and Brinkley are always talking about. We're on our way to Saigon and I hope we do as well as Henry Cabot Lodge. He got out. And I understand the enemy is very close, but with my act they always are. This is terrible country for a coward. Can you imagine not knowing which way to run? You've heard of the NBC peacock? You're looking at the Far Eastern chicken.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Having shot over thirty thousand feet of film on the Vietnam Christmas trip. A sequel episode was set up to air March 26, 1965.

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