The Bob Hope Show - Season 13

NBC (ended 1975)




Episode Guide

  • April 14, 1963
    April 14, 1963
    Episode 6
    Pepsodent presents The Bob Hope Show, presenting the TV Guide Awards. Martha Raye and Dean Martin join Bob Hope for tonight's show, which concludes with the presentation of the fourth annual TV Guide Awards to winners selected by thousands of TV guide readers in final balloting. Bob Hope and TV Guide publisher James T. Quirk make the presentations in Hollywood. Arthur Schulman, assistant to the publisher, does the honors in New York. With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: "The Rating Investigator" finds Congressman Bilge (Bob) badgering the popular star (Dean) of a hillbilly series. In "Calling Miss Nightingale", TV's Dr. Kilroy (Bob) and Nurse Nightingale (Martha) are having script problems, they've run out of diseases. Martha sings "I'll Remember April". Dean sings "A Face in the Crowd". FAVORITE SERIES Ben Casey Bonanza Dr. Kildare Perry Mason The Defenders FAVORITE NEW SERIES McHale's Navy Stoney Burke The Beverly Hillbillies The Eleventh Hour The Virginian BEST SINGLE DRAMATIC, MUSICAL OR VARIETY PROGRAM Bob Hope Christmas Show Cardinal Act of Mercy (Ben Casey episode) Danny Kaye Show Peter Pan Pygmallion BEST SINGLE NEWS OR INFORMATION PROGRAM A Look at Monaco The Death of Stalin The Rise of Khrushchev The Tunnel The World of Jacqueline Kennedy BEST NEWS OR INFORMATION SERIES CBS Reports David Brinkley's Journal Huntley-Brinkley News The Twentieth Century Walter Cronkite News BEST CHILDREN'S SERIES Captain Kangaroo Discovery Lassie The Shari Lewis Show Walt Disney's Wonderful World FAVORITE MALE PERFORMER Raymond Burr Richard Chamberlain Vincent Edwards Red Skelton Dick Van Dyke FAVORITE FEMALE PERFORMER Lucille Ball Shirley Booth Carol Burnett Donna Reed Loretta Youngmoreless
  • March 13, 1963
    March 13, 1963
    Episode 5

    Bob Hope's guests are Frank Sinatra, Robert Goulet, Brenda Lee, Edie Adams and the 1963 Hollywood Deb Stars. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    Frank Sinatra sings "Call Me Irresponsible".
    Skit on TV's psychiatric dramas.
    Bob Hope appears in a sketch as a teenage singer who is idolized by a female radio disk jockeys.

  • January 16, 1963
    January 16, 1963
    Episode 4

    From Japan, Korea, Guam, Philippines, Okinawa, Formosa, and aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. Bob makes his annual tour to entertain service personnel stationed abroad at Christmastime. Bob Hope's entertainers are Lana Turner, Janis Paige, Jerry Colonna, Anita Bryant, Peter Leeds and Miss USA, Amadee Chabot.

    Lana Turner and Bob Hope do the Bossa Nova.
    Jerry Colonna turns up in a number of costumes.
    Janis Paige plays a GI wife.
    Anita Bryant sings.

  • December 4, 1962
    December 4, 1962
    Episode 3
    The Jack Benny Hour is host to the Bob Hope Show. Included in the fun are Jesse White, Duke Johnson, Maurice McEndree and the Sportsmen Quartet.
  • November 29, 1962
    November 29, 1962
    Episode 2

    Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny, Bobby Darin and Ethel Merman. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    Bob and Jack do a take-off of "Bird Man of Alcatraz" called "Bird Brain of Alcatraz".
    A riverboat gambling skit with Ethel, Jack (playing the fiddle) and Bobby play card sharps out to fleece a gullible Hope.
    Ethel Merman sings "This Is It".
    Bobby Darin sings "All of Me".

  • October 24, 1962
    October 24, 1962
    Episode 1

    Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Bing Crosby, Juliet Prowse and with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    Bing Crosby sings "I Can't Begin to Tell You" and duets a "road" song with Hope.
    "Bonanza" take-off with Bing as Ben Cartwright and Bob as all three sons.
    Lucille Ball plays a district attorney, turns up dealing with Bob in a gangster sketch, this is the show where Bob slides his hands down Lucille Ball's dress.
    Juliet Prowse dances to "Twelfth Street Rag".