Toast of the Town

Season 6 Episode 4

October 4, 1953

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 04, 1953 on CBS
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October 4, 1953
AIRED:

--Lauren Bacall (movie actress) recites "Casey At The Bat" (with Bil & Cora Baird's puppets acting out the story).
Music:
--Guy Mitchell sings "Chick-A-Boom" (production number set in a saloon) and "My Heart Cries For You."
--The Talbot Brothers (instrumental-vocal group from Bermuda) perform a Calypso song and "Hello Young Lovers."
Comedy:
--Sam Levenson (comedian-humorist)
--Walter Dare Wahl and Johnny Trama - do a comedy acrobatic act.
Also appearing:
--Jock Mahoney (actor, played the "Range Rider" on TV) and Dickie Jones (played "Dick West," the Range Rider's sidekick) perform a Western-saloon brawl.
--Helen Wood (dancer) - does a modern dance performance.
--Phyllis Kinzer and Jimmy McDermott (young winners in a Cincinnati Times-Star dance contest) - perform a jitterbug dance.
--Charlie Dressen (Brooklyn Dodgers manager) is interviewed by Ed Sullivan.
--Audience bows: Billy Martin (New York Yankees infielder), Carl Erskine (Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher), and Connie Mack (former baseball player & retired Philadelphia Athletics manager).

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    Bern Bennett

    Bern Bennett

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    Ed Sullivan

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    Ralph Paul

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    Helen Wood

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    Lauren Bacall

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    Jock Mahoney

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