Toast of the Town

Season 2 Episode 28

March 26, 1950

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 26, 1950 on CBS
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March 26, 1950
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Music:
--Eileen Barton sings "Easter Parade" and "If I Knew You Were Coming, I'd Have Baked A Cake."
--The Continentals (male quintet) - comedy-musical act.
Comedy:
--Chris Cross (ventriloquist, with five puppets) sings "Jealous Heart."
Also appearing:
--Sheila Bond (Broadway performer) - dances while an unseen chorus provides the singing.
--The Phil Jones Dancers (dance group) - six couples of varying ages dance to "Easter Parade," "Holiday Of Strings" and "Charleston Rag."
--Fayne and Foster ("bell-ringing" novelty musicians) - create music using crystal glasses, squeeze dolls, horns, and Swiss bells.
--Helen Hicks (professional golfer) - does a golf demonstration.
--Jack Redmond (world champion trick golfer) - demonstrates trick golf shots.
--Frank Catrone (thoroughbred horse racing jockey) becomes a "human tee" for golf lesson.
--Audience bows: Dick Schnittker and Bob Donham (Ohio State University basketball players).
--Audience bow: Dick Foran (movie actor).
--Audience bow: Nat Holman (head coach of the CCNY Beavers) - joins Ed on stage.

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Bern Bennett

Bern Bennett

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Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan

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Ralph Paul

Ralph Paul

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Art Hannes

Art Hannes

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