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Season 8 Episode 29

April 8, 1956

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 08, 1956 on CBS
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April 8, 1956
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Guests:
--Noel Coward reads Ogden Nash's "Carnivale of the Animals," with musical accompaniment by 45 members of the New York Philharmonic led by conductor Andre Kostelanetz.
--Noel Coward sings (or recites) "Mad Dogs And Englishmen."
--Richard Hearne (English comedian "Mr. Pastry") - reprises his "Lancers" dance.
--Mitzi Green (actress & nightclub entertainer) sings "Two A Day" as a tribute to the Palace Theatre, followed by a medley of songs in the of famous Palace performers: "Over There" (Helen Morgan), "I'm An Indian" (Fanny Brice), "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody" (Al Jolson), and "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" (Judy Garland).
--Yana (English actress-singer Pamela Guard) sings "In the Still of the Night."
--Erlinda Cortes (actress-singer from the Philippines) - sing a Filipino folk song (possibly "Lulay").
--The Andrini Brothers (instrumental musicians Frank and Lawrence Andrini).
--Evy and Everetto (unicyclist act)
--General Carlos P. Romulo (Filipino diplomat and politician) gives a political speech about the dangers of Communism.

Also appearing? Scheduled guest Roger Quaino (balancing act).

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