The Bing Crosby Show

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


34044. The Bing Crosby Show. March 1, 1948. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. Bing's first tune is, "Civilization." Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gloria Wood, Ken Carpenter (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41452. The Bing Crosby Show. 1949. Program #1. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The first tune is, "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes." The show features a fine arrangement of, "Tea For Two." Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Joe Venuti, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Perry Botkin, Phil Stevens. 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36530. The Bing Crosby Show. 1949. Christmas Seals syndication. Sponsored by: Christmas Seals fund appeal. The first selection is, "Adeste Fideles" ("Oh, Come All Ye Faithful"). Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir, Jud Conlon's Chorus. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

8275. The Bing Crosby Show. September 21, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Jose aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Milani's 1890 French Dressing (local), Milan's Jewelers. The first show of the series. The first tune is, "Top 'O The Morning." Bing Crosby, Abe Burrows, Milton DeLugg, Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21918. The Bing Crosby Show. September 28, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Milani's 1890 French Dressing (local), Milan's Jewlers. The first tune is, "A Cockeyed Optimist." Guests Peggy Lee and Abe Burrows join Bing in Burrow's musical version of, "Hamlet." Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Peggy Lee, Abe Burrows, Milton DeLugg, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

8276. The Bing Crosby Show. October 5, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's Jeweler's (local). The first tune is, "The Donovans." Guest Judy Garland remembers what radio was like back in 1927. Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21919. The Bing Crosby Show. October 12, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's Jewelers (local). The first tune is, "How It Lies, How It Lies, How It Lies." An all-musical show, plenty of tunes by Bing and Peggy. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Peggy Lee, Red Nichols, Buddy Cole, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21920. The Bing Crosby Show. October 19, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "It's More Fun Than A Picnic." Guest Frank Fay and Bing sing a fractured duet. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Peggy Lee, Frank Fay, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21921. The Bing Crosby Show. October 26, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "The Headless Horseman." Bing is invited to Pine Ridge to sing for guests Lum and Abner Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Chester Lauck (host), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Norris Goff. 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12915. The Bing Crosby Show. November 2, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is "Dear Hearts and Gentle People." Bing and guest Bob Hope out West. Bing sings "Mule Train." Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21922. The Bing Crosby Show. November 9, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk." Everyone is at their peak, great music and fine radio variety. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Ella Fitzgerald, The Mills Brothers, Red Nichols, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21923. The Bing Crosby Show. November 16, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Dear Hearts and Gentle People." Guest Bob Crosby convinces Bing to change his name. Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Catherine Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Lulie-Jean Norman, Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21924. The Bing Crosby Show. November 23, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer." Guest Frank Fay and Bing appear as two old ladies. The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Frank Fay, Joe Venuti, Peggy Lee, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

8277. The Bing Crosby Show. November 30, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "I've Got A Loverly Bunch Of Cocoanuts." Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Gracie Allen, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3909. The Bing Crosby Show. December 1949. Christmas Seals syndication. Sponsored by: Christmas Seals fund appeal. The first tune is, "Adeste Fideles." Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, The Mitchell Boys Choir, Ken Carpenter (announcer). 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21925. The Bing Crosby Show. December 7, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Here Comes Santa Claus." A fun western skit with Bing and guest William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy. The program is also sponsored by Grainger Pipe Tobacco. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Peggy Lee, William Boyd, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21926. The Bing Crosby Show. December 14, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Velvet Pipe Tobacco, Burgermeister (local). The first tune is, "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer." The recording also has local spots for Milan's and Bulova watch. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Carol Richards, Jimmy Stewart, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21927. The Bing Crosby Show. December 21, 1949. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Adeste Fideles." A Christmas show with fine seasonal music by Bing. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Ethel Barrymore (guest), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12876. The Bing Crosby Show. December 28, 1949. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I've Got A Loverly Bunch Of Cocoanuts." Will guest Al Jolson make a third film about his life? The system cue has been deleted or is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Al Jolson, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

3910. The Bing Crosby Show. 1950. Program #2. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The first tune is, "Dear Hearts and Gentle People." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12877. The Bing Crosby Show. January 4, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Dear Hearts and Gentle People." Bing and guest Al Jolson feature snappy patter and a fine series of duets. Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21928. The Bing Crosby Show. January 11, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Little Jack Frost, Get Lost." Guest Groucho Marx is in fine form with one-liners and ad libs, and also sings a duet with Bing. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Peggy Lee, Groucho Marx, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21929. The Bing Crosby Show. January 18, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Quicksilver." Bing does a comedy routine with his sixteen year old son, Gary. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Barbara Whiting, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21930. The Bing Crosby Show. January 25, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Sunshine Cake." A fine show with lots of good music. The recording includes the end of "You Bet Your Life" and the start of the Burns and Allen show. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Peggy Lee, Joe Venuti, Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 31:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21931. The Bing Crosby Show. February 1, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is,"The Big Movie Show In The Sky." A good set-to with Bing and guest Bob Hope. The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bob Hope, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

180. The Bing Crosby Show. February 8, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, local: Burgermeister Beer, Milan's Jewels, Bulova Watch. The first tune is, "Sunshine Cake." Bing Crosby, Fred Allen, Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Al Jolson (briefly), Portland Hoffa (briefly). 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7043. The Bing Crosby Show. February 15, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's-Bulova co-op (local. The first tune is, "The New Ashmolean Marching Society." Bing sings several duets with guest Al Jolson, the new "Humble Al." Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21932. The Bing Crosby Show. February 22, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Bipitty Bopitty Boo." Bing joins in with The Firehouse Five for some fine Dixieland. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), The Andrews Sisters, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21933. The Bing Crosby Show. March 1, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Quicksilver." The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bob Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Loulie Jean Norman. 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21934. The Bing Crosby Show. March 8, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "The New Ashmolean Marching Society." Guest Gary Cooper remembers the day guest Gary Crosby was born. The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Gary Cooper, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21935. The Bing Crosby Show. March 15, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Copper Canyon." The guests are Dennis and Phillip Crosby, Bing's fourteen-year-old twins, who sing and do a routine with dad. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Dennis Crosby, Phillip Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21936. The Bing Crosby Show. March 22, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Copper Canyon." Crosby muffs a duet with guest Ethel Merman and does a Hopalong Cassidy skit with guest William Boyd. A good show. The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Ethel Merman, William Boyd, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 30:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21937. The Bing Crosby Show. March 29, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Wilhemina." The Andrew Sisters do a fine version of, "That's 'A Plenty." Different show than cat. #10098, which was recorded on this date, not broadcast on March 29, 1950. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), The Andrews Sisters, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21938. The Bing Crosby Show. April 5, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Music, Music, Music." This is an edited version as broadcast of cat. #10098 (which is unedited tape). The program originates from a tobacco distributor's convention in Chicago. The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Arthur Godfrey, Perry Como, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 30:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10098. The Bing Crosby Show. April 5, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The program originates from the Civic Opera House, Chicago. The first tune is "Music Music Music." Unedited tape, recorded March 29, 1950. Much of what's on this recording wasn't broadcast. Bing and Perry do a tobacco drama called "One Cigarette's Family." See cat. #21938 for an edited, broadcast recording of this recording. Bing Crosby, Arthur Godfrey, Perry Como, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 50 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21939. The Bing Crosby Show. April 12, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Candy and Cake." The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Mildred Bailey, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 30:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21940. The Bing Crosby Show. April 19, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister (local), Milan's (local), Bulova (local). The first tune is, "Music, Music, Music." The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Carol Richards, Lindsay Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

8281. The Bing Crosby Show. April 26, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's-Bulova Co-op (local. The first tune is, "Wilhemina." Bing and guest Beatrice Lillie do a medley of "cake" songs. The recording includes the start of the George Burns and Gracie Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, Beatrice Lillie, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7045. The Bing Crosby Show. May 3, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's-Bulova Co-op (local. The first tune is "The Horse Told Me." The trumpeter playing the theme to start the show hits a terrible clinker and breaks up Bing and the audience. The recording includes the start of the George Burns and Gracie Allen show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Ella Fitzgerald, Al Jolson, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21941. The Bing Crosby Show. May 10, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's-Bulova co-op (local. The first tune is, "Stay With The Happy People." The recording includes the start of the Burns and Allen Show following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Mary Martin, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 30:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

179. The Bing Crosby Show. May 17, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Burgermeister Beer (local), Milan's-Bulova co-op (local. The first tune is, "The Yodelin' Blues." Bing and guest Fred Allen sing, "The Lament Of Homer Tracy." The recording includes the start of the George Burns and Gracie Allen show following. Bing Crosby, Fred Allen, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21942. The Bing Crosby Show. May 24, 1950. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Music, Music, Music." The last show of the season. Four of Bing's sons appear as guests on the show. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Perry Como, Arthur Godfrey, Dennis Crosby, Phillip Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Gary Crosby, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18128. The Bing Crosby Show. October 11, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first show of the season. The first tune is, "Sam's Song." How Bing got a Chesterfield sponsored show for guest Bob Hope. Bing, Bob, and Judy do a parody on the song, "Goodnight Irene." Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 28:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18129. The Bing Crosby Show. October 18, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena." The sponsor insists Bing and guest Bob Hope be nice to each other. Bing, Bob and guest Judy Garland do a paraody of, "The Good Old Days." Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires. 29:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48138. The Bing Crosby Show. October 25, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The program originates from San Francisco. The first tune is "Life Is So Peculiar." Ziggy Elman does a cornet solo on "Harbor Lights." Bing, Joe Venuti and guest Claudette Colbert do "Triplets." Bing Crosby, Ziggy Elman, Claudette Colbert, Joe Venuti, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48139. The Bing Crosby Show. November 1, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Looks Like A Cold, Cold, Winter." Bing Crosby, Dorothy Kirsten, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48140. The Bing Crosby Show. November 8, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The program originates from San Francisco. The first tune is "Life Is So Peculiar." Bing and guest Dick Powell sing an extended duet. Good listening! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Dick Powell, Ziggy Elman (cornet), Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48141. The Bing Crosby Show. November 15, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Silver Bells," a duet by Bing and guest Toni Arden. Bing and guest Bob Crosby remember the good old days in Spokane and sing "Let's Do It Again." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ziggy Elman, Buddy Cole, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Bob Crosby, Toni Arden. 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48142. The Bing Crosby Show. November 22, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Fatima (Sherman Billingsly-Stork Club endorsement). The first tune is an Hawaiian Christmas song, "Meme Kalikimaka." Bing and guest Paul Douglas recall their early days in radio. Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Paul Douglas, Sherman Billingsley (Fatima commercial), Ziggy Elman. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48143. The Bing Crosby Show. November 29, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Fatima. The first tune is "Marshmallow World," sung as a duet with guest Ella Fitzgerald. Guests "The Firehouse Five Plus Two" do a great "Tiger Rag." Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Sherman Billingsley (Fatima commercial), The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Ziggy Elman. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48144. The Bing Crosby Show. December 6, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Fatima. The first tune is "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer," sung as a duet with guest Judy Garland. Bing and Judy also do a "movie" about song writers. Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Sherman Billingsley (Fatima commercial). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48145. The Bing Crosby Show. December 13, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Fatima. The first tune is "A Bushel and A Peck." Bing, guests William Boyd and Peggy Lee, do a Hopalong Cassidy drama called "Smoking Guns." Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Peggy Lee, Sherman Billingsley (Fatima commercial), William Boyd (host). 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48146. The Bing Crosby Show. December 20, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Adeste Fideles." A good Christmas show as Santa Bing comes down the chimney and his four sons are waiting. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Dixie Lee Crosby, Dennis Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Phillip Crosby, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48147. The Bing Crosby Show. December 27, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Fatima. The program is announced as Bing's "twentieth anniversary in show business" (not true). The first tune is, "A Bushel and A Peck," done as a duet with guest Dinah Shore. Guests Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden do a great duet of, "Rockin' Chair." Dinah joins in for an even better version! Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Jack Teagarden, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Louis Armstrong, Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Sherman Billingsley (Fatima commercial). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48148. The Bing Crosby Show. January 3, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield, Fatima. The first tune is "Life Is So Peculiar." Bing and guest Fred Astaire do a duet of "The Thing." Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Sherman Billingsley (Fatima commercial). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48149. The Bing Crosby Show. January 10, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Cold, Cold, Winter." Guests Bob Crosby and Bob Hope sing a funny tribute to Bing (including "It's Bing In January"). Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bob Hope, Bob Crosby, Buddy Cole (piano), Perry Botkin (vibraharp), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48150. The Bing Crosby Show. January 17, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "It's A Marshmallow World." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Toni Arden, Joe Venuti, Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong, Phil Stevens, Nick Fatool, Buddy Cole, Perry Botkin, Matty Matlock, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48151. The Bing Crosby Show. January 24, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "You're Just In Love," sung as a duet with guest Toni Arden. Guest Jimmy Stewart is expecting! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Toni Arden, Jimmy Stewart, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48152. The Bing Crosby Show. January 31, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Let's Do It Again," sung as a duet with guest Toni Arden. The program originates from Fort Ord, California. Bing and guest Bob Hope trade insults and do a parody of, "It Happened In Monterey." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Toni Arden, Bob Hope, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

34053. The Bing Crosby Show. February 1951. Program #2. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The first tune by Bing is, "Life Is So Peculiar." Bing Crosby, Dorothy Kirsten, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48153. The Bing Crosby Show. February 7, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "I Like You Just The Way You Are." Bing and guest Judy Garland do their impressions of what courtship was like in "the good old days." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Judy Garland, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48154. The Bing Crosby Show. February 14, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "You and Your Beautiful Eyes." Bing and guest Dorothy Kirsten sing an operatic soap opera! Very well-written and done. Good radio! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Dorothy Kirsten. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48155. The Bing Crosby Show. February 21, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Just The Way You Are," sung as a duet with guest Peggy Lee. Bing and guest Tallulah Bankhead do a "musical play" called "Just A Gigolo." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Tallulah Bankhead, Peggy Lee. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48156. The Bing Crosby Show. February 28, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "All My Love." An excellent musical show! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, The Nat King Cole Trio, The Andrews Sisters, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48157. The Bing Crosby Show. March 7, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Sparrow In The Treetop." Bing and guest Judy Garland do the story of a lady private eye, "Sarah Spade." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Judy Garland. 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

8278. The Bing Crosby Show. March 14, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "The St. Patrick's Day Parade." Bing does a western drama with guest Judy Garland as "Bounce-Along Garland." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

8279. The Bing Crosby Show. March 21, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "You and Your Beautiful Eyes." Are Bing and guest Judy Garland engaged? The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Les Paul, Mary Ford, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

8280. The Bing Crosby Show. March 28, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Sparrow In The Treetop." Guest Judy Garland is just about to leave for a tour of England. The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

48158. The Bing Crosby Show. April 4, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans." Bing and guest William Boyd wonder what Palm Springs was like in the "rugged old days." The program originates from Palm Springs, California. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, William Boyd, Dinah Shore, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48159. The Bing Crosby Show. April 11, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "You're Not Sick, You're Just In Love" ("I Wonder Why"), sung as a duet with guest Louis Armstrong. The program originates from Palm Springs, California. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Louis Armstrong, Marilyn Maxwell, Lindsay Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5304. The Bing Crosby Show. April 18, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Them There Eyes." Bing and guest Gary Crosby bemoan the end of radio with the coming of television. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48160. The Bing Crosby Show. April 25, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Roving Kind." Bing gives individual band members air credit, and they do a good jam of, "Sunny Side Of The Street." Bing sings, "Old Soldiers Never Die" and dedicates it to General MacArthur. Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Billy Taylor, Bing Crosby, Jack Cheney, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Johnny St. Cyr, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Louis Armstrong, Matty Matlock, Mel Hankey, Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Perry Botkin (composer, performer), Phil Stevens, Rose Marie. 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48161. The Bing Crosby Show. May 2, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Sparrow In The Tree Top." Guests Walter O'Keefe and Bert Wheeler try to get Bing to pay for stealing Bert's jokes. All three sing, "Once Upon A Nickel," a clever satire. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bert Wheeler, Walter O'Keefe, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48163. The Bing Crosby Show. May 9, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Them There Eyes." Guest Fred Astaire and Bing do a vaudeville act. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Fred Astaire, Teresa Brewer. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48162. The Bing Crosby Show. May 16, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The program originates from San Francisco. The first tune is, "Them There Eyes." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Burl Ives, The Cass County Boys. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48164. The Bing Crosby Show. May 23, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Teresa Brewer, Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48165. The Bing Crosby Show. May 30, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I Whistle A Happy Tune." Guests Guy Briand and Charles Durand sing, "Be My Love" (Lanza has nothing to worry about)! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Helen O'Connell, Guy Briand, Charles Durand. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48166. The Bing Crosby Show. June 6, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Row, Row, Row." The program originates from San Francisco. Bing and guest George Burns sing George's new song, "California Moon." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Martha Tilton, George Burns. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48167. The Bing Crosby Show. June 13, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "How High The Moon." Guest Bert Wheeler recalls his days in Vaudeville. The program originates from San Francisco. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Bert Wheeler, Teresa Brewer. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48168. The Bing Crosby Show. June 20, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Shanghai." Guest Tommy Dorsey joins Bing playing, "Diane" (in the style Dorsey made famous with "Marie"). Guest Joe Venuti tells about his ninety-seven pound canary! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Teresa Brewer, Joe Venuti, Tommy Dorsey. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48169. The Bing Crosby Show. June 27, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I've Got To Fall In Love Again." The last show of the season. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Ken Murray, Burl Ives, Laurie Anders. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48170. The Bing Crosby Show. October 3, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first show of the season. The program originates from the U. S. Naval Air Station, Alameda California. The first tune is, "Row, Row, Row." Guests Jane Wyman and Hoagy Carmichael join Bing singing the Chesterfield jingle! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Hoagy Carmichael, Jane Wyman. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48171. The Bing Crosby Show. October 10, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "How High The Moon." The program originates from San Francisco. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jane Wyman, Bill Thompson (as "Horatio K. Boomer"). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48172. The Bing Crosby Show. October 17, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Bright Eyes." Guest Bob Hope plans to go into the clothing business. Bing and Bob do a clever duet to the tune of, "Sweet Violets." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Martha Tilton, Bob Hope. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48173. The Bing Crosby Show. October 24, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening." Guest Anna Maria Alberghetti (fifteen years old) does quite well with an extended coloratura aria. Guest Paul Douglas joins in the Chesterfield commercial. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Paul Douglas, Anna Maria Alberghetti. 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48174. The Bing Crosby Show. October 31, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Painting The Clouds With Sunshine." Guest Dinah Shore joins Bing in the Chesterfield commercial. They also do a drama of the old South. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Dinah Shore. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7114. The Bing Crosby Show. November 7, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield (nice singing jingle). The first tune is, "Christofo Columbo." Guests Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis cut up and join Bing singing, "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening." Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48175. The Bing Crosby Show. November 14, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Bright Eyes." Guest Jimmy Stewart asks Bing's advice about how to buy "intimates." See cat. #3911 for an excerpt of this program syndicated for the Red Cross in early 1952. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jimmy Stewart, Anna Maria Alberghetti (introduced as a 15-year-old coloratura). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3911. The Bing Crosby Show. November 14, 1951. Program #1. CBS net origination, Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The first tune is, "Because Of You." This program was recorded on the date above as released in early 1952. See cat. #48175 for the complete program. Bing Crosby, Anna Maria Alberghetti (15-year-old coloratura), Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48176. The Bing Crosby Show. November 21, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Over A Bottle Of Wine." The cast does an old time movie called, "Tess Of The Potato Patch," as shown on television! Well done! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Alexis Smith, Bert Wheeler. 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48177. The Bing Crosby Show. November 28, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Jamboree Jones." Guest Ella Fitzgerald swings out on, "Undecided." Bing, Ella, and guest Louis Armstrong do a fine, "Memphis Blues" and sing a Chesterfield commercial! Bing and Louis ad-lib, "A Kiss To Build A Dream On." A good show! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong. 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48178. The Bing Crosby Show. December 5, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Over A Bottle Of Wine." Guest Jimmy Stewart agonizes over an exchange of lingerie at Fifi's. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Toni Arden, Jimmy Stewart, Veola Vonn. 29:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48179. The Bing Crosby Show. December 12, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer." The cast does an old time movie as shown on television, called, "Ding Dong Daughters." Guests Alexis Smith and Bert Wheeler join Bing in a Chesterfield song. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Alexis Smith, Bert Wheeler. 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48180. The Bing Crosby Show. December 19, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Adeste Fidelis." Bing sings carols and reads, "A Korean Christmas Carol." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Trudy Erwin, Lindsay Crosby. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10099. The Bing Crosby Show. December 26, 1951. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Down Yonder." Guests Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour join Bing on, "The Road To Las Vegas." Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48182. The Bing Crosby Show. January 2, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Sleigh Ride." Guests William Boyd and Monica Lewis join Bing in a Hopalong Cassidy drama of the old West. Monica sings a Chesterfield jingle with Bing. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Monica Lewis, William Boyd. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48183. The Bing Crosby Show. January 9, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Row, Row, Row." A program featuring the hits of 1951. No guests appear, even though Louis Armstrong and Martha Tilton were mentioned on the previous program as this week's guests. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48184. The Bing Crosby Show. January 16, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Undecided." Guests Bob Hope and Monica Lewis join Bing in a skit about M. P.'s. The program originates from Fort Ord, California. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Bob Hope, Monica Lewis, Buddy Cole (piano). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48185. The Bing Crosby Show. January 23, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Slow Poke." Bing and guest Paul Douglas remember the old days when they were in radio together. An all-star band plays, "Ida." Bing and Paul sing the Chesterfield jingle. Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole, Country Washburne (guest), Dave Harris, Helen O'Connell, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Matty Matlock, Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Nick Fatool (drums), Paul Douglas, Perry Botkin (composer, performer), Red Nichols, Ted Vesley. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48186. The Bing Crosby Show. January 30, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Sleigh Ride." Guest Bob Burns tells anecdotes about the folks back home in Van Buren Arkansas and accompanies Bing on his Bazooka. They sing the Chesterfield jingle together. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Bob Burns, Patti Page. 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48187. The Bing Crosby Show. February 6, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Slow Poke." Bing and guest Fred Astaire at the turn of the century. Fred and Bing sing the Chesterfield jingle together. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Fred Astaire, Buddy Cole (piano), Veola Vonn. 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48188. The Bing Crosby Show. February 13, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay." Red Nichols is featured on, "It Had To Be You." Guests Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall each sing "The Bold Fisherman" song from "The African Queen." This is a different broadcast from cat. #7044. Humphrey and Lauren join Bing singing the Chesterfield jingle. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Red Nichols. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48189. The Bing Crosby Show. February 20, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Anytime." The show features an interesting commercial with Westbrook Van Voorhis. Guests Patti Page and The Mills Brothers join Bing in singing the Chesterfield jingle. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), The Mills Brothers, Patti Page, Westbrook Van Voorhis. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48190. The Bing Crosby Show. February 27, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay." The Bell Sisters (eleven and sixteen years old) sing their hit, "Bermuda." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), The Bell Sisters, Westbrook Van Voorhis (Chesterfield commercial). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48193. The Bing Crosby Show. March 5, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Be My Life's Companion." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Bob Crosby, Catherine Crosby. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7044. The Bing Crosby Show. March 12, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Two Shillelagh O'Sullivan." Hollywood origination. Bogie sings! (the song from "The African Queen") and the cast does a radio version of the film...with Bogart narrating. Bing and Lauren Bacall play the leads and sing a duet. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Loretta Norris ("Miss Kangaroo" gives Bing a kangaroo!). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48194. The Bing Crosby Show. March 19, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "It Had To Be You." Bing and guest Jimmy Stewart are in the Palm Springs mud baths. The program originates from Palm Springs, California. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Red Nichols, Jimmy Stewart, Fran Warren, Veola Vonn, Jerry Hausner. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48191. The Bing Crosby Show. March 26, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Be My Life's Companion." The program originates from San Francisco. "Nobody's Sweetheart Now" features Red Nichols, Matty Matlock, and Buddy Cole. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Marilyn Maxwell, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Red Nichols, Matty Matlock, Buddy Cole. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18130. The Bing Crosby Show. April 2, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The program originates from the Marine Memorial Theatre, San Francisco. The first tune is, "Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay." Bing Crosby, The Bell Sisters, Gary Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48192. The Bing Crosby Show. April 9, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The program originates from Palm Springs California. The first tune is "Be My Life's Companion." Bing and guest Bob Hope show what life in Palm Springs is really like. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Bob Hope, Kay Starr. 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21944. The Bing Crosby Show. April 16, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "The Blacksmith Blues." Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Helen O'Connell, The Bell Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48197. The Bing Crosby Show. April 23, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Don't Ever Be Afraid To Go Home." Guest Kay Starr sings her big hit "Wheel Of Fortune." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Kay Starr, Buddy Cole (piano), The Bell Sisters. 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48198. The Bing Crosby Show. April 30, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Am I In Love?" Bing and guest Donald O'Connor sing "Small Fry" as a duet, with special lyrics. Donald and Bing sing the Chesterfield jingle. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Donald O'Connor. 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48195. The Bing Crosby Show. May 7, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I Love My Baby." Bing and guest Marlene Dietrich visit, "The Cafe Istanbul" in Turkey. Marlene turns on the heat singing "La Vie En Rose" (accompanied by Joe Venuti)! Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Marlene Dietrich, Joe Venuti. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48196. The Bing Crosby Show. May 14, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "The Noodlin' Rag," sung as a duet with guest Teresa Brewer. She also sings the Chesterfield jingle with Bing. Guest David Niven describes his typical day as an author. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), David Niven, Teresa Brewer, Buddy Cole (piano). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

8282. The Bing Crosby Show. May 21, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Am I In Love?" Guest Judy Garland has just returned from England. A few seconds have been deleted from the middle. Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

8283. The Bing Crosby Show. May 28, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Am I In Love?" Guest Judy Garland tries out for the job of Bing's secretary. Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

8284. The Bing Crosby Show. June 4, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is "Be My Life's Companion." Bing and guest Judy Garland sing a medley of old timers. Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

8285. The Bing Crosby Show. June 25, 1952. Program #284. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The last show sponsored by Chesterfield (no commercials on this AFRS rebroadcast). The first tune is, "Around The Corner." Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21945. The Bing Crosby Show. October 9, 1952. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: General Electric, Burgermeister Beer (local), Lucky Lager (local). The first show sponsored by General Electric. The recording includes the start of the KCBS local show ("Visitin' Time") following. The first tune is, "Feet Up, Pat Him On The Po Po." Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jane Wyman, Joe Venuti, Red Nichols, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21946. The Bing Crosby Show. October 16, 1952. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: General Electric, Burgermeister Beer (local), Lucky Lager (local). The first tune is, "Open Up Your Heart." The recording includes the start of the local show ("Visitin' Time," sponsored by Morton Salt) following. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Helen O'Connell, The Bell Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21947. The Bing Crosby Show. October 23, 1952. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: General Electric, Burgermeister Beer (local). The first tune is, "Feet Up, Pat Him On The Po Po." Bing helps guest Jimmy Stewart shop for an "unmentionable" electric blanket. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jimmy Stewart, Buddy Cole (piano), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51916. The Bing Crosby Show. November 6, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is "This Can't Be Love." Bing Crosby does not appear because of the illness and death of his wife Dixie Lee Crosby. The program is referred to as "The General Electric Program." Jimmy Stewart (host), Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, Gordon MacRae, Joe Venuti. 29:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51917. The Bing Crosby Show. November 13, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Just You, Just Me." Because of the recent death of Bing's wife, Dixie Lee Crosby, the program is referred to as, "The General Electric Program." Bing Crosby, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Dinah Shore, Joe Venuti, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer), Murdo McKenzie (producer). 29:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

47013. The Bing Crosby Show. November 20, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Glow Worm." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Dinah Shore, Joe Venuti, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47014. The Bing Crosby Show. November 27, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Just You, Just Me." Red Nichols takes a solo on "Some Sunny Day." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Connie Boswell, Red Nichols, Matty Matlock, Perry Botkin, Nick Fatool, Buddy Cole, Joe Rushton, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Ted Vesley (trombone). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47015. The Bing Crosby Show. December 4, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Sleigh Ride." Guests include eight year old Christian Fourcade. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Rosemary Clooney, Christian Fourcade, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47016. The Bing Crosby Show. December 11, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Open Up Your Heart." In honor of Christmas, Joe Venuti plays "April In Paris!" Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Rosemary Clooney, Joe Venuti, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47033. The Bing Crosby Show. December 18, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Sleigh Bell Serenade." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47034. The Bing Crosby Show. December 25, 1952. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Adeste Fidelis." A nice Christmas show with guest Gary Crosby. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

3915. The Bing Crosby Show. December 25, 1952. CBS net origination, Christmas Seals syndication. Sponsored by: Christmas Seals fund appeal. The first tune is, "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer." This program may be taken from the Crosby broadcast of December 25, 1952 and syndicated in 1953. Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby (guest), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49121. The Bing Crosby Show. January 1, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Open Up Your Heart and Let The Sun Shine In." Joe Venuti plays, "Autumn Leaves." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77233. The Bing Crosby Show. January 8, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Sleigh Ride." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Rosemary Clooney (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 29:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77234. The Bing Crosby Show. January 15, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Glow Worm." The program originates from The Presidio at Fort Ord, California. The system cue is added live Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77235. The Bing Crosby Show. January 22, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "South Rampart Street Parade." The system cue is added live. This program was excerpted and syndicated in 1953 for Easter Seals (see cat. #3916). Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Rosemary Clooney (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 28:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77236. The Bing Crosby Show. January 29, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Kay Starr (guest), Joe Venuti (guest), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires. 29:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77237. The Bing Crosby Show. February 5, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Buddy Cole (piano), Kay Starr (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 28:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43586. The Bing Crosby Show. February 12, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Glow Worm." Guest Jack Benny is celebrating his 39th birthday! Joe Venuti plays, "Body and Soul." The program originates from Palm Springs, California. The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Jack Benny, Joe Venuti, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

77238. The Bing Crosby Show. February 19, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Don't let The Stars Get in Your Eyes." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Joe Venuti (guest), Joanne Gilbert (guest). 29:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77239. The Bing Crosby Show. February 26, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Peggy Lee (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 30:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

3914. The Bing Crosby Show. March 1953. Program #1. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The first tune is, "Open Up Your Heart." Joe Venuti plays a hot, "Lady Be Good." Bing Crosby, Joe Venuti, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer), Murdo McKenzie (producer). 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77240. The Bing Crosby Show. March 5, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Bye, Bye, Blues." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jimmy Boyd (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 29:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77241. The Bing Crosby Show. March 12, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Jeepers Creepers." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Jimmy Stewart (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 29:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77242. The Bing Crosby Show. March 19, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Mister Tap Toe." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Dinah Shore (guest), Joe Venuti (guest). 28:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

82361. The Bing Crosby Show. March 26, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Bye, Bye, Blues." Guest Rosemary sings, "I Haven't Got A Worry To My Name." Joe Venuti plays, "Blue Tango." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Joe Venuti, Rosemary Clooney, Ziggy Elman (cornet), Buddy Cole (piano), Perry Botkin (guitar), Red Nichols, Don Whittaker, Nick Fatool, Matty Matlock, Ted Vesley, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires. 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

82362. The Bing Crosby Show. April 2, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans." Rosemary Clooney sings, "Who Kissed Me Last Night?" Joe Venuti plays, "Humoresque." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Rosemary Clooney, Joe Venuti, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires. 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

82359. The Bing Crosby Show. April 9, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Mr. Tap-Toe." Guest Rosemary Clooney sings, "What Would You Do?" Joe Venuti plays, "Intermezzo." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Rosemary Clooney (guest), Joe Venuti. 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

82360. The Bing Crosby Show. April 16, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Wild Horses." Joe Venuti plays, "How High The Moon." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Joe Venuti, George Kainapau and His Island Serenaders, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

81596. The Bing Crosby Show. April 23, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans." Rosemary Clooney sings, "Tenderly." Joe Venuti plays his own composition, "Wildcat." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires, Rosemary Clooney, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81597. The Bing Crosby Show. April 30, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Wild Horses." Joe Venuti plays, "Blue Tango." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires, Buddy Cole (piano), The Bell Sisters (Cynthia and Kay), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81598. The Bing Crosby Show. May 7, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "Wild Horses." Joe Venuti plays, "Tea For Two." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires, Ziggy Elman, Red Nichols, Bobby Guy (trumpet), George Kainapau and His Island Serenaders, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81599. The Bing Crosby Show. May 14, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program originates from Palm Springs. The first tune is, "'Deed I Do." Jimmy Boyd (the boy who sang, "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus") sings, "I'm Little But I'm Loud" (and is quite good). Joe Venuti plays, "Black Satin." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon, The Rhythmaires, Jimmy Boyd, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81594. The Bing Crosby Show. May 21, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program is produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "Mademoiselle de Paris." Lindsay Crosby sings, "My Truly Fair" (in French). Joe Venuti plays, "Blue Tango." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Lindsay Crosby, Joe Venuti, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81595. The Bing Crosby Show. May 28, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program is produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." Joe Venuti plays, "Autumn Leaves." Lindsay Crosby sings, "My Truly Fair" (in French). The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Joe Venuti, Lindsay Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Buddy Cole (piano). 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81600. The Bing Crosby Show. June 4, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program is produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "All My Love." Joe Venuti plays, "Jealousy." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Lindsay Crosby, Joe Venuti, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:40. Audio condition: Unassigned. Complete as above.

82358. The Bing Crosby Show. June 11, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. Produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "Mademoiselle de Paris." Joe Venuti plays a hot, "Tico, Tico." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Joe Venuti, Lindsay Crosby, Buddy Cole (piano). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81603. The Bing Crosby Show. June 18, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program is produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "Valencia." Joe Venuti plays, "Humoresque." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Lindsay Crosby, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81604. The Bing Crosby Show. June 25, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program is produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "Mademoiselle de Paris." Joe Venuti plays, "Black Eyes." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Lindsay Crosby, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81605. The Bing Crosby Show. July 2, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The program is produced and transcribed in Paris. The first tune is, "All My Love." Joe Venuti plays, "April In Paris." The last show of the series. The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Lindsay Crosby, Joe Venuti, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81606. The Bing Crosby Show. September 27, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first show of the season. The first tune is, "Vaya Con Dios." The program no longer uses, "Where The Blue Of The Night" as a theme song. The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby (guest), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81607. The Bing Crosby Show. October 4, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Keep It Gay." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Perry Botkin (guitar), Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

81608. The Bing Crosby Show. October 11, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Send Me C. O. D. My Broken Heart." Rosemary Clooney sings, "Lonely Am I." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole (piano), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

81609. The Bing Crosby Show. October 18, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "They All Laughed." Rosemary Clooney sings, "You're In Kentucky As Sure As You're Born." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Rosemary Clooney. 30:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

81610. The Bing Crosby Show. October 25, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Row, Row, Row." Guest Jane Morgan sings, "April In Paris." The system cue is added live. A small combo from the band identified (not on the air) as "The Frying Pan Five" plays, "Everybody Loves My Baby." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jane Morgan, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 30:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81611. The Bing Crosby Show. November 1, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Keep It Gay." Guest Gary Crosby sings, "Hey, Joe!" The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81612. The Bing Crosby Show. November 8, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "They All Laughed." Guest Gary Crosby sings, "Gambler's Guitar." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Buddy Cole (piano). 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81613. The Bing Crosby Show. November 15, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Papaya Mama." Guest Peggy Lee sings, "I've Got A Crush On You." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Peggy Lee, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81614. The Bing Crosby Show. November 22, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Y'All Come." Gust Rosemary Clooney sings, "It's A Most Unusual Day." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, The Cass County Boys, Marie Green. 28:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

76883. The Bing Crosby Show. November 29, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Papaya Mama." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Peggy Lee, The Frying Pan Five, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

76884. The Bing Crosby Show. December 6, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Gypsy In My Soul." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

76885. The Bing Crosby Show. December 13, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Row, Row, Row." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 28:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76886. The Bing Crosby Show. December 20, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Adeste Fideles." Bing concludes with "White Christmas and "Silent Night." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76887. The Bing Crosby Show. December 27, 1953. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Love Is Just Around The Corner." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Ziggy Elman, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

3917. The Bing Crosby Show. 1954. Program #1. Red Cross syndication. Sponsored by: Red Cross fund appeal. The first tune is, "The Gypsy In My Soul." Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer). 14:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76888. The Bing Crosby Show. January 3, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "The Gypsy In My Soul." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Connie Russell, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

76889. The Bing Crosby Show. January 10, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Great Day." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 28:52. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

76890. The Bing Crosby Show. January 17, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Helen O'Connell, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 28:48. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

76891. The Bing Crosby Show. January 24, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Hallelujah." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:15. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

76892. The Bing Crosby Show. January 31, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "The Gypsy In My Soul." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Connie Russell, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber,), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

21948. The Bing Crosby Show. February 7, 1954. CBS net, KCBS, San Francisco aircheck. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Love Is Just Around The Corner." Bing and Ken do a nice tribute to Thomas Edison and discuss American economics. Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Helen O'Connell, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

76893. The Bing Crosby Show. February 14, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Everybody Loves My Baby." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer), John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

22907. The Bing Crosby Show. February 21, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "The Jones Boy." Bing joins guests The Four Aces and becomes the "Fifth Ace" for "Heart Of My Heart." Ken and Bing discuss at length the benefits of the American system over the Communist system (although the word "communist" is not spoken). Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, The Four Aces, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:38. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49714. The Bing Crosby Show. February 28, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Singin' In The Rain." Bing joins his guests The Four Aces singing, "Tell Me Why." Ken and Bing discuss the economy and "The American System." Tonight's topic is, "Profits." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, The Four Aces, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49715. The Bing Crosby Show. March 7, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Oh Baby Mine." Bing and guest Jana Mason sing a duet to, "I Still Suit Me." Bing and Ken discuss "Profits." Are profits the friend of the rich man or the poor man? Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Jana Mason, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:45. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49716. The Bing Crosby Show. March 14, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Somebody Bad Stole The Wedding Bell." Bing and guest Peggy King sing, "That's Amore." Bing and Ken discuss the American income tax. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Peggy King, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49717. The Bing Crosby Show. March 21, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "The Jones Boy." Bing kids guest Frank Sinatra about being nominated for an Academy Award (for "From Here To Eternity"). Frank sings, "Young At Heart." Bing and Frank sing an extended medley together. Bing and Ken discuss the General Electric annual report. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Frank Sinatra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49718. The Bing Crosby Show. March 28, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Oh Baby Mine." Bing and guest Frank Sinatra sing a medley of old tunes, starting with, "Till We Meet Again." Ken and Bing talk about difference between public and private enterprise. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Frank Sinatra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49719. The Bing Crosby Show. April 4, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Rosalie." Bing and guests Gary and Lindsay Crosby harmonize together. Bing and Ken discuss "Socialism." See cat. #18131 for an AFRTS rebroadcast of this program is slightly better audio. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:40. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

18131. The Bing Crosby Show. April 4, 1954. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Rosalie." Bing's sons Gary and Lindsay sing a long medley with dad. See cat. #49719 for a network, sponsored version of this broadcast. Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49720. The Bing Crosby Show. April 11, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Singing In The Rain." Bing and guests Gary and Lindsay Crosby harmonize. Bing and Ken discuss "The Carrot and The Stick" of economic systems. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Perry Botkin, Nick Fatool, Buddy Cole. 29:40. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

49721. The Bing Crosby Show. April 18, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Somebody Bad Stole The Wedding Bell." An Easter program, with Bing and Ken discussing the freedom to worship. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:41. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

49722. The Bing Crosby Show. April 25, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "With A Hoot and A Hollar." Bing and Ken discuss the false idea that a few rich men own the American economy. "Who really owns American business?" Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Toni Arden, Buddy Cole, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:38. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

49723. The Bing Crosby Show. May 2, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love." It's Bing's birthday. Bing and Ken discuss "Communism." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 29:38. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

49724. The Bing Crosby Show. May 9, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea." Bing harmonizes with guests Gary and Lindsay Crosby. Bing and Ken discuss "Communism," and have some unkind words about the Soviet Union. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Perry Botkin (banjo). 29:43. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

77229. The Bing Crosby Show. May 16, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "In The Good Old Summertime." The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Toni Arden (guest). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

77230. The Bing Crosby Show. May 23, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "'Deed I Do." the system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber), Rosemary Clooney (guest). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

77231. The Bing Crosby Show. May 30, 1954. CBS net. Sponsored by: General Electric. The first tune is, "In The Good Old Summertime." The last show of the series, the last Bing Crosby show in a half hour format. The system cue is added live. Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, director), Gary Crosby (guest), Lindsay Crosby (guest). 29:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

3908. The Bing Crosby Show. August 19, 1955. CBS net. Sustaining. The first tune is, "Something's Got To Give." Bing Crosby, Ken Carpenter (announcer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

34484. The Bing Crosby Show. May 16, 1962. ABC-TV net, WABC-TV, New York aircheck. The show's topic is "Leisure." Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Edie Adams, Gary Crosby, Pete Fountain, David Rose and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer). 31 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

34483. The Bing Crosby Show. August 12, 1962. ABC-TV net, WABC-TV, New York aircheck. Plenty of tunes from the 30's, memories of old time radio. Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Johnny Mercer, Carol Lawrence, Dennis Crosby, Phillip Crosby, Lindsay Crosby. 48 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

34485. The Bing Crosby Show. November 7, 1963. CBS-TV net, WCBS-TV, New York aircheck. Commercials deleted. Bing Crosby, The Young Americans, Buddy Ebsen, Caterina Valente, Andre Previn. 51:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

67951. The Bing Crosby Show. Program #445. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Dear Hearts and Gentle People." Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer). 15:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67950. The Bing Crosby Show. Program #444. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Somebody Loves Me." Bing comments on the state of marriage today. Records seem to be mixed in with live music. Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bill Morrow (producer, transcriber), Murdo McKenzie (producer, transcriber). 15:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67949. The Bing Crosby Show. Program #440. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Tell 'Em I'll Be There." A Thursday broadcast. Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bing Crosby, The Buddy Cole Trio. 15:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

67948. The Bing Crosby Show. Program #439. CBS net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Pledging My Love." Bing reads William Faulkner's essay on a horse race. A Wednesday broadcast. Ken Carpenter (announcer), Bing Crosby, The Buddy Cole Trio. 15:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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