Toast of the Town

Season 2 Episode 37

May 28, 1950: Joey Bishop, Pat C. Flick, Joan Merrill

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 28, 1950 on CBS
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May 28, 1950: Joey Bishop, Pat C. Flick, Joan Merrill

Joan Merrill sings "Sunny Side Of The Street" & "Don't Say Goodbye."
--Joey Bishop (comedian) - routine with Ed as straight man.
--Pat C. Flick (comedian) - sitting in audience box seat, heckles Ed.
--Sherier (comedy dancer from Paris) - man in "Rag Doll" costume does a Can-Can.
--George Prentis (puppeteer) - Punch and Judy puppets perform "You Made Me Love You."
Also appearing:
--Skating Macks (roller skaters) perform on a circular platform.
--Edison and Miss Safety - Policeman and trained police dog (from Detroit) demonstrate how to cross the street.
--Audience bows: Philadelphia Phillies players (might be the The Phillies Baseball Club Quartet), Bela Lugosi (actor), Gordon Jenkins (composer), Dorothy Ruth Sullivan (Babe Ruth's daughter), Elliot Lawrence and Rudolph G. Sonnenborn (administrator chair of Zionist Organization of America).


Who was the Episode MVP ?

Bern Bennett

Bern Bennett

Announcer (1948-1949)

Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan


Ralph Paul

Ralph Paul

Announcer (1964-1971)

Art Hannes

Art Hannes

Announcer (1949-1964)

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