The Bob Hope Show

Season 20 Episode 3

Roberta

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 06, 1969 on NBC
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John Kent, an all-American fullback inherits an exclusive Paris dress shop "Roberta" from his Aunt Minnie, he and his friend Huckleberry Haines travel to Paris to run the shop. A romance blooms between John and Stephanie, the dress shop assistant until the arrival of John's old girlfriend Sophie who causes alot of problems for everyone.

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Songs include "Lovely to Look At", "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", "Touch of Your Hand", "Let's Begin", "Yesterdays", "I Won't Dance" and "You're Devastating".

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    Bob Hope

    Bob Hope

    Huckleberry Haines

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    John Davidson

    John Davidson

    John Kent

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    Michele Lee

    Michele Lee

    Stephanie

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      • Presented on "BOB HOPE SPECIAL." Television adaptation of the Jerome Kern-Otto Harbach musical. John Davidson, Janis Paige and Michele Lee join Bob Hope in a new version of the 1933 musical-comedy hit that made Hope a Broadway star. This was the second "Roberta" TV adaptation for Hope whose character Huckleberry Haines was first seen on television, broadcast on September 19, 1958.

      • Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach and music by Jerome Kern Roberta opened on Broadway November 19, 1933 at the Ambassador Theatre, the Cast included Bob Hope, Fay Templeton, Tamara, George Murphy, Lyda Roberti, Sydney Greenstreet, Ray Middleton and Fred MacMurray.

      • The 1935 film "Roberta" starred Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Randolph Scott and Irene Dunne. Lucille Ball has a very small role as a fashion model in the film.

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