Toast of the Town

Season 6 Episode 29

April 4, 1954: Eartha Kitt; Hermione Gingold & Billy DeWolf; Roberta Peters

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 04, 1954 on CBS
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April 4, 1954: Eartha Kitt; Hermione Gingold & Billy DeWolf; Roberta Peters
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Music:
--Eartha Kitt - "Somebody Bad Stole The Wedding Bell" (with the Bil Baird Puppets) and "Lovin' Spree."
--Teresa Brewer sings a medley of "Music! Music! Music!," "Till I Waltz Again With You," "Ricochet" and "Jilted."
--Roberta Peters and the "Three Musketeers" of the Metropolitan Opera, Cesare Siepi, Cesare Valletti, and Fernando Corena, perform "Viva De Compagnie," "The Barber Of Seville (Figaro)" and "March of the Musketeers."
--Sophie Tucker recites "My Fifty Golden Years" and "Success" (in a remote from the ballroom of Miami's Saxony Hotel).
Comedy:
--Hermione Gingold and Billy DeWolf play two old ladies getting drunk in the train sketch from John Murray Anderson's "Almanac."
Also appearing:
--Ben Hogan (golfer, in a remote from Atlanta) - demonstrates a golf stroke, does an impression of Ed playing golf and a fake slow-motion swing.
--Cameos: Mary Garden (operatic soprano) and John Perona (owner of the El Morocco, a Manhanttan nightclub).
--Audience bow: Janet Leigh.

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