Toast of the Town

Season 6 Episode 42

July 4, 1954

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 04, 1954 on CBS
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July 4, 1954
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Guests (show broadcast from the USS Iowa docked at the Hudson River):
--Dolores Gray (musical comedy star) - "Yankee Doodle Dandy" & "Harrigan" (dances with the Toastettes chorus girls)
--Bill Kenny (from the Ink Spots) - "Mary" and a medley of hits: "Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall," "To Each His Own," "If I Didn't Care" & "September Song"
--The Step Brothers (tap dancers) - dance to "Give My Regards To Broadway"
--Dolores Gray - "Grand Old Flag" (with the Marine Drill Team)
--Les Marcellis (gymnasts, acrobat act) - acrobats using one table & two chairs in their performance.
--Jay Marshall (stand-up comedy)
--Eileen O'Dare (acrobatic dancer surrounded by Navy audience)
--Jackie (acrobat)
--Dolores Gray - "I Ought To Know More About You" & "Just One Of Those Things" (surrounded by sailors)
--Navy Captain Wayne Loud - talks to Ed about his life and career. Then presents Ed with an Ed charactature drawn by Herb Hazelton, who also appears.
--Ed reads telegram from Robert Carney, Chief Of Naval Operations.
--Arthur Connell (Commander Of American Legion) - leads the "Pledge Of Allegiance"
--The Step Brothers (tap dancers) - appear again at end of show, the two take turns tap dancing solo.

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    Bern Bennett

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    Jay Marshall

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