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September 17, 1950: Hedy Lamarr; Pat O'Brien; Mimi Benzell; Jean Carroll; Blackburn Twins

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 17, 1950 on CBS
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September 17, 1950: Hedy Lamarr; Pat O'Brien; Mimi Benzell; Jean Carroll; Blackburn Twins
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Guests:
--Hedy Lamarr (movie actress) sings "Rock-A-Bye Baby."
--The Blackburn Twins tap dance and sing "Three Little Words."
--Pat O'Brien (actor) - sings, does a poker pantomime sketch, and recites "America."
--Mimi Benzell (Metropolitan Opera star) sings the medley from "The Merry Widow."
--Jean Carroll (comedienne) - does a monologue about men, then sings "It's So Nice To Have A Man Around The House."
--The Ivanoffs (3-men acrobatic act) - perform on the high bar.
--Cameo: MervynWood(World Sculling champion)
--Cameo: Tony Rowe (British Sculling champion).
--Cameo: Commander Maley (National Commander Of Disabled American Veterans).
--Eddie and Tony (comedy team) - lip-synch to a sped up recording of "Baby It's Cold Outside."

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