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

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    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

    Announcer (1964-1971)

    Art Hannes

    Art Hannes

    Announcer (1949-1964)

    William Gaxton

    William Gaxton

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    Guest Star

    Richard Hayes (II)

    Richard Hayes (II)

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    Guest Star

    Bill Lawrence (II)

    Bill Lawrence (II)

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    Jane Froman

    Jane Froman

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    Recurring Role

    Lisa Kirk

    Lisa Kirk

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    Richard Rodgers

    Richard Rodgers

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