The Bob Hope Show

Season 12 Episode 4

March 22, 1962

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 22, 1962 on NBC
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Bob Hope's guests are Ethel Merman, Maximillian Schell, Piper Laurie and Fabian. Also with David Rose and His orchestra. Highlights: Bob has some quips about Jackie Kennedy's tour. Ethel Merman stars in the main skit, a take-off on "A Majority of One," titled "Call Me Butterfly." She plays a movie slar who goes to Japan, with Bob as her Japanese landlord. Ethel and Bob recreate their duet ot "It's De-Lovely," which they did in Broadway's "Red, Hot and Blue" in 1938. Ethel also has a medley of "smile" songs. Fabian duets with Bob on "Tiger". Piper Laurie and Maximillian Schell talk abou the Oscar Awards and all join in for a broad sketch ribbing method acting. Oscar nominee Schell pretends he's an atomic warhead in a sketch. Ethel closes with "There's No Business Like Show Business".moreless

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      • Bob Hope guested on the television special "At This Very Moment" on April 1st, 1962. Burt Lancaster hosted the one-hour benefit for the American Cancer Society and the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation. Entertaining will be an all-star cast featuring Harry Belafonte, Jimmy Durante, Connie Francis, Greer Garson, Rock Hudson, Charlton Heston, Lena Horne, Dinah Shore, Danny Thomas and others.

      • On April 9, 1962, Bob Hope hosted the 34th Academy Awards. This was his seventh time hosting the Oscars. And for the first time in Oscar history the show lasted longer than two hours.

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