Toast of the Town

Season 4 Episode 38

May 25, 1952

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 25, 1952 on CBS
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Guests:
--Audrey Hepburn & Rex Harrison (actors) - perform a scene from "Anne of a Thousand Days"
--Jack Smith sings "Almost Like Being in Love" & "Horse Song"
--Blanche and Alan Lund (dancers from Canada) - do "farm" dancing (on a farm set)
--Ginny Smith (Simms?) - "It's Gonna be a Great Day"
--Elliot Reid (comedian, from Broadway's "Two on the Aisle") - does a sketch that parodies the Kefauver Crime hearings
--Ginny Simms - "Be Anything But be Mine"
--Norm Dygon (ventriloquist act, aka "Dygon & Mr. Chips") - Dygon does a duet with his piano playing dummy.
--Elton Hayes (singer-guitarist) - "Riddle De Diddle De Day" & "Whistle My Love" (from Disney's "Robin Hood")

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