The Ken Murray Show - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • 6/2/1951
    6/2/1951
    Episode 34
    6/2/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests for the season finale include comedian Steve Allen, actor Victor Jory, Lola Albright, actor Richard Greene, and Borrah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals. Jory performs in a dramatic scene title "The House That Faith Built".
  • 5/26/1951
    5/26/1951
    Episode 33
    5/26/51
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    Ken Murray hosts this salute to the U.S. Air Force. The show features a chat with Col. Paul Tibbets, the commander of the plane Enola Gay which dropped the bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. Captain Betty Hemphill discusses the desire for more women to join the Air Force. Also, appearing: George Burton's trained birds, rope spinners Bud Carlell and Rose, critic Jack O'Brien, comedy dancers Harry and Shore, Robert Q. Lewis, vocalist Johnny Desmond, Arthur and Kathryn Murray of The Arthur Murray Party, and Chuck Yager of the U. S. Air Force. Scheduled regulars include Art Lund, Betty Lou Walters, Jack Mulhall and Darla Hood.moreless
  • 5/19/1951
    5/19/1951
    Episode 32
    5/19/52
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include jazz great Duke Ellington, dancers Lucille Ricker and Tony Starman, Phil Bennett and his trained crow, Ella Raines, and comedy hillbilly band The Korn Kobblers. Scheduled regulars include Art Lund, Betty Lou Walters, Darla Hood and Jack Mulhall.
  • 5/12/1951
    5/12/1951
    Episode 31
    5/12/51
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    This week's show originates from Philadelphia and the Variety Clubs convention. Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actors Buddy Rogers, Ralph Bellamy, Robert Young and Charles Coburn, singer Morton Downey, dancer/actress Ginger Rogers, Vice President Alben Barkley, star of Martin Kane, Private Eye William Gargan, and actress Susan Peters.
  • 5/5/1951
    5/5/1951
    Episode 30
    5/5/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actress Joan Bennett in a dramatic segment called "A Mother's Love", and Richard Carlson. Scheduled regulars include Jack Mulhall, Art Lund, Betty Lou Walters and Darla Hood.
  • 4/28/1951
    4/28/1951
    Episode 29
    4/28/51
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    Ken Murray scheduled guests include actor Don Ameche, burlesque entertainer Gypsy Rose Lee, The Mary Kaye Trio, Robert Q. Lewis, Constance Moore, comedian Phil Silvers, comic/bombshell Dagmar, and Frank Sinatra. Ameche will perform a dramatic scene as composer Stephen Foster. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, Jack Mulhall and Betty Lou Walters.moreless
  • 4/21/1951
    4/21/1951
    Episode 28
    4/21/51
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    Ken Murray salutes "The Roarin' Twenties" in this episode. Featured are film clips, songs, dances and vignettes of that decade. Scheduled guests include Jack Smith and former boxer Jack Dempsey.
  • 4/14/1951
    4/14/1951
    Episode 27
    4/14/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include Jack LaRue, rope spinner Bud Carlell, dog and pony act Sonny Moore's Roustabouts. Scheduled regulars include Betty Lou Walters, Darla Hood, and Jack Mulhall.
  • 4/7/1951
    4/7/1951
    Episode 26
    4/7/51
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    Ken Muarry's scheduled guests include actor Douglas Fairbanks, Jr, and bandleader Clyde McCoy. Fairbanks performs a dramatic scene from his latest film The Great Manhunt. Schueduled regulars include The Enchanters, Darla Hood, Jack Mulhall and the Glamourlovelies.
  • 3/31/1951
    3/31/1951
    Episode 25
    3/31/51
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    Ken Murray's schedued guests include actress Veronica Lake, jugglers Bobby and George Moore, and John T. McCarthy and Karl E. Bater of the American Bakers Association. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood.
  • 3/24/1951
    3/24/1951
    Episode 24
    3/24/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled gusts include actor Walter Slezak. In this week's dramatic segment, Slezak will perform a scene titled "Messiah" about composer George Frederick Handel. Scheduled regulars include Jack Mulhall and Darla Hood.
  • 3/17/1951
    3/17/1951
    Episode 23
    3/17/51
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    Ken Murray pays tribute to St. Patrick's Day with a show dedicated to songs and dramatic scenes about Ireland. His scheduled guests include Dick Foran, nightclub vocalist Lola Albright, actress Barbara Britton, and tap dancers The Magid Triplets.
  • 3/10/1951
    3/10/1951
    Episode 22
    3/10/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actors Herbert Patterson and Hal Loman, actress Joan Fields, and Ozark humorist Bob Burns. Ken Whitmore, musical/comedy actor, will portray Burns' character Uncle Snazzy. The major production number is titled "State Fair" and features a chicken incubator showing the complete hatching process of a baby chick. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood and Jack Mulhall.moreless
  • 3/3/1951
    3/3/1951
    Episode 21
    3/3/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include singer Frances Langford, actor John Hall, and the Royal Northwest Mounted Police Chorus. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood and Betty Lou Walters.
  • 2/24/1951
    2/24/1951
    Episode 20
    2/24/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor John Carradine, comic actor Alan Young, child actor Bobby Driscoll, Ving Merlin's All Girl Band, and orchestra leader-turned-magician Dick Himber. Driscoll portrays Jim Hawkins to Carradine's Long John Silver in a scene from "Treasure Island". Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood and Betty Lou Walters.
  • 2/17/1951
    2/17/1951
    Episode 19
    2/17/51
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    Ken Murray pays tribute to the U.S. Marine Corps. Scheduled guests include singer Dick Haymes, the U.S. Marine Fife and Drum Corp, and Dave Apollon's Mexican Band. Highlights include the decoration of a Korean war hero, and a 25-minute dramatic/musical production number saluting the Marines. Scheduled regulars include Johnny Johnston, Tony Labriola, Jack Muhall, Darla Hood.moreless
  • 2/10/1951
    2/10/1951
    Episode 18
    2/10/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor John Carradine, dancers Mary Raye and Naldi, dancers Mary Raye (Naldi) and (Mario) Naldi, and violinist Florian Zabach.
  • 2/3/1951
    2/3/1951
    Episode 17
    2/3/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Chester Morris, dancers Laurette and Clymas and musician Dave Appolon. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, Jack Mulhall, and Johnny Johnson.
  • 1/27/1951
    1/27/1951
    Episode 16
    1/27/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Charles Korvin, violinist Florian Zabach, Leo Durocher and wife Laraine Day.
  • 1/20/1951
    1/20/1951
    Episode 15
    1/20/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests includ Marjorie Lawrence of the Metropolitan Opera, actor Richard Arlen, and Beebe's Hollywood Bears.
  • 1/13/1951
    1/13/1951
    Episode 14
    1/13/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actor Wayne Morris and actress/singer Marilyn Maxwell.
  • 1/6/1951
    1/6/1951
    Episode 13
    1/6/51
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include comic Jerry Colonna, Oscar-winning actress Luise Rainer performing the telephone scene from Ziegfeld, skaters Downey and Day, highwire performer Triea, and dog act Goud Smith Brothers.
  • 12/30/1950
    12/30/1950
    Episode 12
    12/30/50
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    Ken Murray's star-studded show is scheduled to include "Mr. Television" Milton Berle, actress Gloria Swanson, singer Eileen Barton, heavyweight boxer Ezzard Charles, Phil Rizzuto, golf legend Ben Hogan, New York mayor Vincent Impellitteri, Ilona Massey, comedian/TV personality Garry Moore, ballroom dancers Mary Ray and Naldi, and 1950 Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Ralph Bunche. Scheduled regulars include Joe Besser, Betty Lou Walters, Jack Mulhall, and Darla Hood.moreless
  • 12/23/1950
    12/23/1950
    Episode 11
    12/23/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actress Butterfly McQueen, dancer team Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald, the Trapp Family, and the Music Minors. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, Betty Lou Walters, The Enchanters, Joe Besser, Jack Mulhall and Tony Labriola.
  • 12/16/1950
    12/16/1950
    Episode 10
    12/16/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include Frank Sinatra, actor and Metropolitan Opera star Lawrence Tibbett, dancer Peg Leg Bates, and comic actress Penny Singleton. Scheduled regulars include Joe Besser, Betty Lou Walters, The Enchanters, Darla Hood and Tony Labriola.
  • 12/9/1950
    12/9/1950
    Episode 9
    12/9/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include singers Andy and Della Russell, Chief Churchill, and actress/pianist Diana Lynn.
  • 12/2/1950
    12/2/1950
    Episode 8
    12/2/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests are (future series regular) singer Johnny Jonhston, novelty comedy act A. Robbins (aka the Banana Man), actor Ronald Reagan and Barbara Lawrence, and Donna Heirbacher. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, The Enchanters, Betty Lou Walters, Joe Besser and Tony Labriola.
  • 11/25/1950
    11/25/1950
    Episode 7
    11/25/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include singer Morton Downey, actor Dane Clark, pianist George Copeland (his appearance re-scheduled for the third time), and juggler Frances Brunn. Clark and Betty Lou Waters perform in the dramatic scene "Double I.O.U." Scheduled regulars include Joe Besser, Darla Hood, Betty Lou Walters, The Enchanters, and Jack Mulhall.moreless
  • 11/18/1950
    11/18/1950
    Episode 6
    11/18/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include "Mr. Television" Milton Berle, Chester Morris, film actress Anita Louise, Mary Boland and the Mills Brothers.
  • 11/11/1950
    11/11/1950
    Episode 5
    11/11/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actress Ann Rutherford, bandleader Kay Kyser, George M. Cohan, Jr., pianist George Copeland, and the West Point Cadet Color Guard.
  • 11/4/1950
    11/4/1950
    Episode 4
    11/4/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include actress Margaret O'Brien, her mom Gladys O'Brien, and George M. Cohan, Jr. Scheduled regulars include Darla Hood, The Enchanters, Jack Mulhall, Joe Besser, Tony Labriola, and Betty Lou Walters.
  • 10/21/1950
    10/21/1950
    Episode 3
    10/21/50
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    Ken Murray's scheduled guests include singer/guitarist Tito Guizar and Ozark humorist/comedian Bob Burns.
  • 10/14/1950
    10/14/1950
    Episode 2
    10/14/50
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    Ken Murray's guests include actor Van Heflin and singer Mel Torme. Regulars Darla Hood and Joe Besser are on hand, with Besser performing his "Army Drill" comedy routine.
  • 10/7/1950
    10/7/1950
    Episode 1
    10/7/50
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    For his fall season premiere, Ken Murray's scheduled guests include British vocalist Anne Shelton, singer Phil Regan, comic actor Herbert Marshall, star of The Alan Young Show on CBS, Alan Young, sword dancer James Jamieson and James Roach and his twelve bagpipers. Scheduled regulars include Tony Labriola, Darla Hood, Joe Besser, Betty Lou Walter and Jack Mulhall.moreless
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