Toast of the Town

Season 4 Episode 19

January 13, 1952: George White Tribute, Part 1

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 13, 1952 on CBS
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January 13, 1952: George White Tribute, Part 1
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George White tribute: "The Story of George White's Scandals" (Part 1)
Music:
--Peggy Lee - "Are You Having Any Fun?"
--Rudy Vallee - "My Song" and "Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries."
--Rudy Vallee - "This Is The Mrs." (duet with Peggy Lee?).
--Harry Richman (Broadway performer, appeared in four George White Broadway productions from 1929-32) - "Birth of the Blues."
--Richard Hayes (Broadway and movie actor) sings "The Thrill Is Gone."
--Finale: Richard Hayes, Peggy Lee, Hal Leroy and Betty Bruce sing "Thank Your Mother."
Comedy:
--Rudy Vallee and Horace McMahon reprise "The Man of the Hour."
--Smith and Dale (comedy team) - "I Can Get it for You Wholesale" routine.
Dance:
--Betty Bruce (singer-dancer) dances "The Charleston."
--Helen Wood and Hal LeRoy reprise the 1920s dance the "Black Bottom."

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