Toast of the Town

Season 7 Episode 12

November 28, 1954

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 28, 1954 on CBS
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November 28, 1954
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Music:
--Teresa Brewer - "My Sweetie Went Away" and "Let Me Go, Lover."
Broadway:
--The cast of "Fanny" perform songs from the play:
--Florence Henderson and Lloyd Reese - "Be Kind to Your Parents."
--Florence Henderson and William Tabbert - duet from "Fanny."
--Tabbert, Henderson and Ezio Pinza - "Why Be Afraid to Dance?"
--Harold Rome ("Fanny" songwriter) also appears.
Comedy:
--Jay Marshall (comedian)
Also appearing:
--Cameos: Members of the Colliers All-American Football Team.
--Audience bow: Paul Young (who coached two All-American football teams).
--Princeton Triangle Club perform scenes from their latest production. The troupe (including men in drag) does a Charleston dance number.
--Cameos: Members of the Little All-American Football Team.
--Filmed segment: A movie clip from "Moby Dick" featuring Gregory Peck.

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