Toast of the Town

Season 4 Episode 41

June 15, 1952: The Richard Rodgers Story, Part 1

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jun 15, 1952 on CBS
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June 15, 1952: The Richard Rodgers Story, Part 1
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"Toast of the Town" 4th Anniversary show:
The Richard Rodgers Story, Part 1 (Rodgers & Hart tribute)
Guests:
--Bill Lawrence & Cindy Lord - "Manhattan"
--Sinclair & Spaulding - dance to Rodgers & Hart song "Here In My Heart"
--Richard Hayes - "Blue Room" (from "The Girlfriend") and "When Or Where" (from "Babes In Arms")
--Toastettes, Pal Joey Chorus - "The Girlfriend" dance number
--Jane Froman - "With A Song In My Heart" and "My Heart Stood Still" (2nd song from "A Connecticut Yankee")
--William Gaxton & Jane Froman - "Thou Swell" (from "A Connecticut Yankee")
--Lisa Kirk - "10 Cents A Dance" and "The Lady Is A Tramp" (2nd song from "Babes In Arms")
--Bill Lawrence - "This Can't Be Love" (from "The Boys from Syracuse")
--Cindy Lord - There's A Small Hotel" (from "On Your Toes")
--Richard Rodgers (on piano) - "Lover"
--Vivienne Segal - Bewitched" (from "Pal Joey")
--Harold Lang & Norma Thorton - "Happy Hunting Horn" (from "Pal Joey")
Audience bows: Sister Kenny, Bart Sullivan

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Bern Bennett

Bern Bennett

Announcer (1948-1949)

Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan

Host

Ralph Paul

Ralph Paul

Announcer (1964-1971)

Art Hannes

Art Hannes

Announcer (1949-1964)

William Gaxton

William Gaxton

Himself

Guest Star

Richard Hayes (II)

Richard Hayes (II)

Himself

Guest Star

Bill Lawrence (II)

Bill Lawrence (II)

Himself

Guest Star

Jane Froman

Jane Froman

Herself

Recurring Role

Lisa Kirk

Lisa Kirk

Herself

Recurring Role

Richard Rodgers

Richard Rodgers

Himself

Recurring Role

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