The Ken Murray Show - Season 1

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Episode Guide

  • 6/24/1950
    6/24/1950
    Episode 13
    6/24/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Bunny Briggs and The Marvellos. Scheduled regulars include Betty Lou Walters, Joe Wong, Darla Hood and Tony Labriola.
  • 6/10/1950
    6/10/1950
    Episode 12
    6/10/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, actor Robert Sterling, actress Bonita Granville, singer Jimmy Wakely, big band vocalist Clark Dennis. Scheduled regulars include Jack Muhall, Joe Wong, Darla Hood, and Betty Lou Walters.
  • 5/27/1950
    5/27/1950
    Episode 11
    5/27/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include singer Morton Downey, actor James Dunn, and actress Janis Paige. Scheduled regulars include Betty Lou Walters, Darla Hood, and Joe Wong.
  • 5/13/1950
    5/13/1950
    Episode 10
    5/13/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Pat O'Brien and musician Louis Armstrong. O'Brien will perform in an original sketch based on Father Flanagan of Boystown.
  • 4/29/1950
    4/29/1950
    Episode 9
    4/29/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Charles Chaplin, Jr. (making his television debut), sultry film actress Lynn Bari, actor David Street, vocalist Eileen Barton, and film actor Henry Wilcoxon. Scheduled regulars include Mary Beth Hughes, Joe Wong, Tony Labriola, Betty Lou Walters and Darla Hood.
  • 4/15/1950
    4/15/1950
    Episode 8
    4/15/50
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    Ken Murray's guests include film stars Ruby Keeler and Gloria Swanson, Bonnie Baker, actors Chester Morris, and Earl Nichols. Keeler will don costumers and recreate some of her most famous dance numbers from stage and film.
  • 4/1/1950
    4/1/1950
    Episode 7
    4/1/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include singer/actress Miriam Hopkins, harmonica player John Sebastian and actor Charles Korvin.
  • 3/18/1950
    3/18/1950
    Episode 6
    3/18/50
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    Ken Murray's guests include "The Park Avenue Hillbilly", nightclub vocalist Dorothy Shay, concert pianist Simon Barere, quick-change artist Owen McGivney, and Ming and Ling.
  • 3/4/1950
    3/4/1950
    Episode 5
    3/4/50
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    Ken Murray's guests include Kirk Douglas who re-enacts a scene from his 1949 boxing film Champion.
  • 2/18/1950
    2/18/1950
    Episode 4
    2/18/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Burgess Meredith, Phil Regan, musical comedian Wilbur Hall, tap dancers Jesse, James and Cornell, and child virtuoso D'Vaughn Pershing. Rhil Regan's songs include "Peg o' My Heart". Pershing performs a piano solo and clarinet duet with Ken. Darla Hood and Enchanters sing in the "Girl of the Week" sketch based on the song "Mimi". Wilbur Hall performs comedy bits with the trombone, violin and other instruments. Regulars include Joe Wong, Tony Labriola, Jack Mulhall, and Elizabeth Walters.moreless
  • 2/4/1950
    2/4/1950
    Episode 3
    2/4/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Raymond Massey, folk singer Jimmy Wakely, trainer Rennie Renfro and Daisy the dog from the Blondie movies, and comedian/zylophone player Fred Sanborn. Wakley sings "Dust" and teams with Hood for "Slippin' Around". Massey performs a dramatic scene. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, Elizabeth Walters, Joe Wong and Jack Mulhall.moreless
  • 1/21/1950
    1/21/1950
    Episode 2
    1/21/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include comic Jack Oakie; harmonica player Irene Keye, snake dancers Harold and Lola, acrobats Park and Clifford, and actor Basil Rathbone. Scheduled regulars include Jack Mulhall and The Enchanters.
  • 1/7/1950
    1/7/1950
    Episode 1
    1/7/50
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    On the series premiere, Ken Murray's guests include actors Gene Lockhart and Alan Hewitt, novelty act Nick Lucas, Franklin Pangborn, and actor Van Helflin. Lockhart and Hewitt recreate a scene from the Broadway hit Death of a Salesman; Heflin participates in a poker game sketch and performs a dramatic bit called "Between Americans"; Pangborn appears just to introduce a dog act; Lucas tap dances while jumping rope. Regulars include future-Stooge Joe Besser, Murray's old radio/vaudeville player Tony Labriola (as Oswald), former silent film star Jack Mulhall, Darla Hood and The Enchanters.moreless
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