Toast of the Town

Season 4 Episode 2

September 16, 1951: Salute to Oscar Hammerstein, Part 2

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 16, 1951 on CBS
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September 16, 1951: Salute to Oscar Hammerstein, Part 2
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Oscar Hammerstein II Story, Part 2 (covering Hammerstein's collaborations with Richard Rodgers).

Songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein's musicals:
--Choral sings "Oklahoma."
--Robert Merrill & Sandra Deel - "People Will Say We're In Love" (from "Oklahoma").
--Murial Rahn sings "That's Love" (from "Carmen Jones").
--Dolores Gray sings "It Might as Well Be Spring" (from "State Fair").
--Dolores Gray - "June Is Busting Out All Over" (from "Carousel").
--Lisa Kirk - "The Gentleman Is A Dope" (from "Allegro").
--Robert Merrill - "Some Enchanted Evening" (from "South Pacific").
--Bill Tabbert sings "You've Got To Be Carefully Taught" (from "South Pacific").
--Robert Merrill and chorus - "You'll Never Walk Alone" (from "Carousel").
--Gertrude Lawrence sings "Whistle A Happy Tune" & "Getting To Know You" (from "The King and I").

Non-musical segments:
--Oscar Hammerstein talks about how one must respect the audience. Hammerstein also discusses his partnership with Richard Rodgers, who walks on stage.
--Audience bow: Otto Harbach (Broadway writer, lyricist and composer)

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    Bern Bennett

    Bern Bennett

    Announcer (1948-1949)

    Ed Sullivan

    Ed Sullivan

    Host

    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

    Announcer (1964-1971)

    Art Hannes

    Art Hannes

    Announcer (1949-1964)

    Sandra Deel

    Sandra Deel

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Otto Harbach

    Otto Harbach

    Himself, audience bow

    Guest Star

    Oscar Hammerstein II

    Oscar Hammerstein II

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Dolores Gray

    Dolores Gray

    Herself

    Recurring Role

    Lisa Kirk

    Lisa Kirk

    Herself

    Recurring Role

    Bill Tabbert

    Bill Tabbert

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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