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Ken Murray's guests include actress Ilona Massey, ballroom dancers Mary Raye and Naldi, heavyweight boxer Ezzard Charles, Phil Rizzuto, golf legend Ben Hogan, New York mayor Vincent Impellitteri, channel swimmer Florence Chadwick, Navy football coach Eddie Erdlatz, actor Van Heflin, and 1950 Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Ralph Bunche. Regulars include Tony Labriola, The Enchanters, and Darla Hood. Production number features Ilona Massey with Mary Raye and Naldi in a Viennese waltz. The second half of the show is devoted to the best of 1950 featuring cameos by some of the year's outstanding entertainment and sports figures.moreless
Ken Murray's guests include singers Andy and Della Russell, sand sculptor Chief Churchill, fire juggler Truzzi, actor Lee Phillips, dancer Danny Negrin, and actress/pianist Diana Lynn. Regulars include Darla Hood, Tony Labriola, and the Enchanters. Lynn stars with Phillips in a dramatic sketch, "Angel from Ohio," about an Army nurse in Korea. She also performs "Warsaw Concerto" at the piano. Hood stars in a production of "Pocahontas" with Murray as John Smith. Labriola dresses as Santa for an "Oswald" bit with Murray. Russell does a medley of songs he's popularized, plus celebrity impressions.moreless
Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Chester Morris, film actress Anita Louise, Mary Boland and the Mills Brothers.
Ken Murray's guests include actress Ann Rutherford, bandleader Kay Kyser, George M. Cohan, Jr., adagio dancers Les Zoris, and the West Point Cadet Color Guard with regulars Darla Hood, the Enchanters, Oswald, and pitchman Nelson Case. Ann Rutherford does a take-off on her old Andy Hardy movies with Murray in the Andy role. Kyser joins in a tribute to the late George M. Cohan with Cohan's son playing his father. Les Zoris do a jungle dance between a hunter and a leopard. Murray leads an extended tribute to West Point.moreless
For his fall season premiere, Ken Murray's scheduled guests include British vocalist Anne Shelton, comic actors Herbert Marshall and Alan Young, accordionist Oswald, actor Richard Webb, sword dancer James Jamieson and James Roach and his twelve bagpipers. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, Joe Besser, the Enchanters, and Jack Mulhall. Shelton sings "St. Louis Blues." Young is featured in a Scottish musical segment. Marshall performs in a dramatic sketch with Webb playing father and son physicians at a personal crossroads.moreless