The Eddie Fisher Show

Season 2 Episode 4

November 11, 1958

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Nov 11, 1958 on NBC
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November 11, 1958
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Eddie Fisher's guests are Ethel Merman, Gary Crosby and dancer Neile Adams. Also appearing are George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: A spirited tribute to Veteran's Day. Gary belts out some World War I songs, "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning" and "Would You Rather Be a Colonel with a Chicken On Your Shoulder". Eddie sings "It's a Long Way to Tipperary", "K-K-Katie", and "My Buddy". George Gobel does a monologue. Gary sings "Lucky Day" and "Anywhere I Hang My Hat". Eddie sings "Gigi" while Neile Adams dances. Ethel sings a medley of patriotic tunes, "Goodbye, Broadway, Hello, France", "Memories" and "You're a Grand Old Flag". All join in for "Over There".moreless

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    Neile Adams

    Neile Adams

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    Ethel Merman

    Ethel Merman

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    Gary Crosby

    Gary Crosby

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    Guest Star

    George Gobel

    George Gobel

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    Burry Bregman and His Orchestra

    Burry Bregman and His Orchestra

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