Toast of the Town

Season 7 Episode 3

September 26, 1954

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 26, 1954 on CBS
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September 26, 1954
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Music:
--Harry Belafonte sings "Hold 'Em Joe" and "Mark Twain."
--Los Chavales De Espana (aka "The Kids from Spain," an 11-man musical group) - appear with flamingo dancer Trini Reyes.
--The Obernkirchen Children's Choir - 'The Happy Wanderer" and "The Spangled Banner."
Also appearing:
--Sam Levenson (stand-up) - talks about teaching children about money.
--Augie & Margo (adagio dance team of Augie and Margo Rodriguez) - perform a Mambo dance.
--Audience bows: Warren Brown (Chicago-based sportswriter), Sarita Montiel (Spanish actress and singer), Lew Fonseca (former baseball player & manager), Michael Benthall (director of London's Old Vic Theatre), and Sol Hurok (show business impresario, agent & manager).

Salute to the Cleveland Indians (on the eve of the 1954 World Series):
--Via a remote from Cleveland: Ed Bang, sports editor of the "Cleveland News," introduces Cleveland Indians pitchers Early Wynn, Bob Lemon, Mike Garcia and Bob Feller. The rest of the team is then introduced.
--Using a split-screen, Cleveland Indians manager Al Lopez (in Cleveland) talks with Ed & Willie Mays.

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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)

Augie and Margo

Augie and Margo

Themselves

Guest Star

Trini Reyes

Trini Reyes

Himself

Guest Star

Los Chavales De Espana

Los Chavales De Espana

Themselves

Guest Star

Harry Belafonte

Harry Belafonte

Himself

Recurring Role

Sam Levenson

Sam Levenson

Himself

Recurring Role

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