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The Colgate Comedy Hour

Season 5 Episode 8

11/21/1954 - Let's Face It

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 21, 1954 on NBC
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11/21/1954 - Let's Face It
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This production was adaptated from Cole Porter's Broadway musical. Suspicious of their husbands' hunting trips, Maggie, Nancy, and Cornelia decide to turn the tables and invite three young Army inductees to Maggie's summer home at Southampton. The inductees' girlfriends get wind of the scheme and decide to crash the party. Adding to the complications, the husbands also return home. Songs include: "It's De-lovely" (Vivian Blaine); "You Irritate Me" (Gene Nelson); "Ev'rything I Love" (Nelson & Blaine); "I've Got You Under My Skin" (Blaine); "Ev'rything I Love" (Nelson); "Ace in the Hole" (Blaine); and "Ev'rything I Love/Finale" (Cast).moreless

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      • This production is a good example of the dangers of live television. Watch for the boom mike and stagehands in shots, actors forgetting their lines and Bert Lahr ad-libbing when Gene Nelson misses his cue. Even Betty Furness admits is a 'wrong night' during a commercial.

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      • Adaptation of the 1941 Broadway musical with songs by Cole Porter. In addition to songs from the original stage show, "I've Got You Under My Skin" (from the 1936 MGM film Born to Dance) and "It's De-lovely" (from the 1936 stage show Red, Hot and Blue) were also used.

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