The Eddie Fisher Show - Season 1

NBC (ended 1959)


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Episode Guide

  • May 27, 1958
    May 27, 1958
    Episode 16
    Eddie's guests for his season one finale are wife Debbie Reynolds, Oscar Levant, Dick Shawn and George Gobel. Eddie Cantor will appear on the program to present an award to Eddie Fisher, but will not perform because of ill health. Eddie will be presented by an plaque naming him "Music Father of the Year" an award from the National Father's Day Committee.moreless
  • May 13, 1958
    May 13, 1958
    Episode 15
    Eddie's guests are Oscar Levant, Marge & Gower Champion, Buddy Hackett and Dolores Grey. Highlights: Eddie sings a Jolson medley. Oscar Levant performs Gershwin's "Concerto in F" and reminisces about the old days with the composer. Marge and Gower Champion dance to "American in Paris". Eddie teams up with Dolores Grey for some Gershwin oldies. Buddy Hackett breaks things up with a monologue. Eddie closes with a Jolson tune.moreless
  • April 29, 1958
    April 29, 1958
    Episode 14
    Eddie's guests are Bob Hope, Ethel Merman and Cathy Crosby. With George Gobel. Highlights: It's a big bow to Irving Berlin's 70th birthday with Ethel Merman and Eddie singing some of Berlin's all-time hits. Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" may be out of season but Fisher and Merman will sing it with help from Bob Hope and Cathy Crosby. Cathy Crosby sings "I Could Write A Book". Eddie sings "Moonlight Becomes You". and "I Like Everybody". All join in for a show-closing "There's No Business Like Show Business".moreless
  • April 15, 1958
    April 15, 1958
    Episode 13
    Eddie Fisher's guests are Peggy Lee, William Bendix, Jack Carter and Leo Durocher. With regulars George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: Peggy sings "Fever".
  • April 1, 1958
    April 1, 1958
    Episode 12
    Eddie Fisher's guests are singer Gordon MacRae, comedian Dick Shawn and Arlene Dahl. With regulars George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: Eddie sings "Don't Cry", "Joey, Joey" and "Big D". George joins them in a medley of oldies as a barbershop quartet. With a bow to Easter, lucious Arlene Dahl heads a fashion hat show on bonnets. Dick Shawn does a monologue.moreless
  • March 18, 1958
    March 18, 1958
    Episode 11
    Eddie's guests are Red Buttons and Ann Blyth. Also appearing is George Gobel. Highlights: Eddie sings "Nice People", "How Are Things in Glocca Mora?", "The Song is You" and "You'll Never Walk Alone". Red performs his famous "Ho-Ho" song. Red, Ann, George and Eddie perform a satirical production number "Hooray For Hollywood" based on the presentations of old motion pictures. Ann & Eddie sing a romantic duet. All join in for a medley of "telephone songs".moreless
  • March 4, 1958
    March 4, 1958
    Episode 10
    Eddie's guests are Ethel Merman and Dody Goodman. Also appearing is George Gobel. Highlights: Ethel sings "Trombones". Ethel & Eddie sing a medley of musical hits from Broadway. Eddie sings "My Baby Just Cares For Me", "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "You Are Too Beautiful". Dody and "Lonesome" George trade quips.moreless
  • February 4, 1958
    February 4, 1958
    Episode 9
    A Birthday salute to Eddie Cantor with Ralph Edwards, Mrs. Eddie Cantor, Cathy Crosby, Johnny Mathis, Barbara Heller and George Gobel.
  • January 21, 1958
    January 21, 1958
    Episode 8
    Eddie's guests are Charlton Heston, Gisele Mackenzie and The Ames Brothers. Also appearing is George Gobel. Highlights: Charlton Heston reads "The Boy Stood on the Burning Deck". George does his version of an old-soft show. Eddie sings "I Love Life". Eddie sings "I Believe" and "I Don't Hurt Any More". Gisele sings "You Are the One".moreless
  • January 7, 1958
    January 7, 1958
    Episode 7
    Eddie's guests are Jimmy Durante, Lily Pons and Jimmie Rodgers. Also appearing George Gobel. Highlights: Lily will sing "The Bell Song" from Lakme and join Eddie in a duet. Durante will team with Eddie vocally in some songs each has helped make famous in his own distinctive style, and with George Gobel in a comedy routine. Along with these veterans we'll have youngster Jimmie Rodgers who will surely have learned by now that "Kisses Are Sweeter Than Wine," which he will also sing about.moreless
  • December 24, 1957
    December 24, 1957
    Episode 6
    Eddie Fisher's guests are Charles Laughton, Elaine Dunn, Cathy Crosby and The Lennon Sisters. With George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: Eddie sings "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You". Cathy Crosby (Bob's daughter) sings "Ca, C'est L'Amour". Cathy also does a duet with Eddie.
  • December 10, 1957
    December 10, 1957
    Episode 5
    Eddie's guests are Bob Hope and Erin O'Brien. With George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: George Gobel and Eddie get in the act when they ask Bob for tips on being a comedian, like how to throw a punch-line. Hope-Gobel-Fisher do a rendition of "Be a Clown".
  • November 12, 1957
    November 12, 1957
    Episode 4
    Eddie's guests are Tommy Sands and Mary McCarty. Highlights: Tunes from the Broadway musical On the Town give Eddie, Tommy Sands, Mary McCarty and Lonesome George some pleasing material in "New York, New York", "Lonely Town" and "Lucky to Be Me". Tommy sings "Daddy, Won't You Do Right" from his new flick. Marie Wilson and George do a Hollywood "Guest Star" routine.moreless
  • October 29th, 1957
    October 29th, 1957
    Episode 3
    Eddie Fisher's guest is Betty Grable, Elaine Dunn and The Mary Kaye Trio. Also appearing are George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: Betty Grable joins in numbers from "Guys and Dolls". She tries 'Adelaide's Lament' and duets with George Gobel to "Sue Me". Eddie sings "Luck Be A Lady", "Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat", "Just In Time" and "The Party's Over".moreless
  • October 15, 1957
    October 15, 1957
    Episode 2
    Eddie Fisher's guests are Phil Harris and singer Gisele MacKenzie. With George Gobel and Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: Eddie, Gisele & Phil sing a group of songs from "Porgy and Bess". Gisele sings a medley from "Annie Get Your Gun" including "Falling in Love is Wonderful". Gisele & Eddie duet with "Just In Time". Eddie sings "Wait Til You See Her", "Philadelphia" and "As Long as There's Music". The whole gang plus George pitch in on a ride to "Winnipeg".moreless
  • October 1, 1957
    October 1, 1957
    Episode 1
    Eddie Fisher's guests on his premiere episode of his new show airing alternately with The George Gobel Show are his wife, Debbie Reynolds, his best friend Mike Todd, dancer Elaine Dunn and recurring guest George Gobel. With Burry Bregman and His Orchestra. Highlights: Debbie Reynolds sings "Tammy." Eddie sings "Around the World."moreless