Toast of the Town

Season 7 Episode 30

April 3, 1955

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 03, 1955 on CBS
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April 3, 1955
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--Fred Astaire discusses his love of dancing and golf, then combines the two by dancing with a golf club.
Music:
--Dorothy Dandridge (actress) sings "Good For Nothing Joe" and "I Got Rhythm."
--Sammy Davis Jr. sings "Hey There" (imitating Nat King Cole, Frankie Lane, and other singers), then does a "That's Entertainment" song and tap dance.
--The Will Mastin Trio (Sammy Davis Jr., Sammy Davis Sr. and Will Mastin) - perform a soft shoe dance to "Tea for Two."
--Julius LaRosa - "Pass It On" & "Let's Stay Home Tonight."
Also appearing:
--Joan Rhodes (British strong-woman) - bends a piece of iron with her mouth.
--Excess Baggage (trained dog act)
--Audience bows: Tony DeMarco (world welterweight boxing champion) and Charlotte Brooks ("Look" magazine photographer).
--On film: A clip from the movie "Daddy Longlegs" with Fred Astaire singing and dancing to "Something's Gotta Give" with co-star Leslie Caron.

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