What's My Line?

Season 10 Episode 13

PREEMPTED WEEK #2 OF 25

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Nov 30, 1958 on CBS
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PREEMPTED WEEK #2 OF 25
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    • (1) "WONDERFUL TOWN": Tonight's special presentation was a two-hour production of the Broadway musical, from the book by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields, and songs by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Most of the cast from the Broadway production appeared in this special: Rosalind Russell (who played "Ruth Sherwood"); Dort Clark (as "Chip Clark"); Jordan Bentley (as "Wreck"); Cris Alexander (as "Frank Lippencott"); Michele Burke (as "Helen Wade"); Ted Beniades (as "'Speedy' Valenti"); and Isabella Hoopes (as "Mrs. Wade"). One notable exception was the role of "Eileen Sherwood," who had been played on Broadway by Edie Adams, while on the TV production, "Eileen" was played by Jacquelyn McKeever.
      (2) "WML?" CONNECTIONS: Lyricists Betty Comden and Adolph Green made a notable joint mystery guest appearance within the last months of "WML?'s" CBS run, on EPISODE #867 of July 2, 1967. In addition, Mr. Green himself had been a guest panelist once, on EPISODE #510 of April 24, 1960. Star Rosalind Russell had been a mystery guest on EPISODE #136 of January 4, 1953. It should be noted that co-star Sydney Chaplin (who played "Robert Baker") never made any appearances on "WML?," but his half-sister, actress Geraldine Chaplin, was a mystery guest on EPISODE #797 of January 2, 1966. Two other key individuals involved with "Wonderful Town" also never made any appearances on "WML?": music composer Leonard Bernstein, and the TV production's director, Herbert Ross.
      (3) IT WASN'T JUST "WML?" THAT WAS OFF TONIGHT: Besides "WML?," the other shows also preempted tonight on November 30, 1958 were "General Electric Theatre," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," and "Keep Talking." (Source: "The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows - 1946-Present.") - W-B (2009)

    • WML was preempted for this week for the showing of the CBS movie, "Wonderful Town." John Daly made the announcement during last week's episode. This is the second time in WML history that it has been preempted. The preemption is also listed in Gil Fates' handwritten logs. - Suzanne (2003)

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