Bob Hope hosts this show and his guests include: singers Rosemary Clooney and Frankie Lane; Randy Merriman; and Bess Myerson.
In his stand-up, Bob entertains sailors on board ship with his topical one-liners. He also takes part in a sketch that parodies murder mysteries.
Musically, Laine sings 'Your Cheatin' Heart' and Clooney does 'Honey.'
And Bob works in a plug for his new movie, Here Come the Girls.
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host this week's show from New York City. Their guests include: tap dancers The Four Step Brothers; Danny Arnold; cameos by Tony Curtis and wife Janet Leigh; announcer Don Pardo; and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.
Dean and Jerry are upstaged in the opening by Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh who refuse to leave the stage. Jerry's a disruptive nine-year-old irritating his father and a cop at the arcade. Dean's the airplane pilot and Jerry's the new steward causing problems for passengers and crew. Jerry plugs the next issue of TV Guide with Martin and Lewis on the cover. Patti sings "My Daddy, My Hero, My Love" and a duet with Jerry. In the close, the boys dance with the Step Brothers.
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host this episode. Their guests include: singer Connie Russell; actor Ray Malone; Ira Grossel; Colgate writer and performer Danny Arnold; Ladd Lyon; Bernie Schwartz; Ralph Stantley; actress Pat Shay; actor Gordon B. Clark; Broadway and film actress Ruth Saville; announcer Hal Sawyer; and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Lewis had injured his knee in a motor scooter accident so he hosted sitting down. In leiu of fresh M&L skits, kinescopes of previous sketches were shown. Clips include (Joe) Lewis and (Tony) Martin horsing around with Martin & Lewis, Tony Martin singing "If I Ever Needed Love," Jerry wrecking a dinner party as Dean's new valet, Jerry causing chaos at a library, and Lewis lip synchs an opera version of "Be My Love." In the live closing, the two sing the comedy tune "You'll never Get Away."moreless