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The Perry Como Show

Season 9 Episode 15

December 22, 1956

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Aired Unknown Dec 22, 1956 on NBC
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December 22, 1956
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Perry's Christmas Show is filled with guests and a special visit from Bishop Fulton Sheen. Performances by Rosemary Clooney, Gail Clooney, Ina Balin, Glenn Derringer, Frank Pagliaro, Tony Starman, Lynn Connorty, Mark West, Ed Dorsey, Art Maier, Ruth Hanna, Phyllis Russo, Barry Zevan, Mike Sheehy and Robert Lamouret and his puppet.

Highlights:
Rosemary Clooney sings "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm".
Rosemary Clooney duets with her kid sister Gail on a Christmas novelty "He'll Be Coming Down the Chimney When He Comes".
Little Glenn Derringer plays "Holiday for Strings" on the organ.
Ventriloquist Robert Lamouret performs with his duck.
Christmas songs medley with "Jingle Bells", "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" and "Happy Holiday".
Carols medley with "Joy to the World", "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen", It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" and "Deck the Halls".
Perry performs with his dancers and chorus in the "Story of the First Christmas".
Bishop Fulton Sheen is the special guest with a Christmas blessing for all.
Perry sings "Ave Maria".

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    Rosemary Clooney

    Rosemary Clooney

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    Ina Balin

    Ina Balin

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    Glenn Derringer

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    Guest Star

    Ray Charles Singers

    Ray Charles Singers

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    Recurring Role

    The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

    The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

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