The Comedy Hour

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.

109375. The Comedy Hour. November 26, 1950. NBC-TV net, audio + video. Sponsored by: Frigidaire. Bob Hope's first appearance on the program. "Tail-wind Hope," the test pilot. Bob's next in the navy with a 6 hour leave in Tokyop. Bob also spends 22 months in the Arctic, peeling potatoes. Excellent kinescope video. Bob Hope (host), Marilyn Maxwell, Jimmy Wakely, The Taylor Maids, The High Hatters (dancers), Judy Kelly (dancer), Nelson Case (announcer), Les Brown and His Orchestra, Marvin Fisher (writer), Larry Gelbart (writer), Larry Marks (writer), Norman Sullivan (writer), Fred Williams (writer), Donny Dare (producer, stager). 59:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109346. The Comedy Hour. December 24, 1950. NBC-TV net, audio + video. Sponsored by: Frigidaire appliances. A Christmas variety show. Bob joins 3 other Santa Clauses in the subway. Don't miss the long sideburns on Bob Cummings. The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine Boys Choir, Robert Cummings, Bob Hope (host), Vincent Impellitteri (mayor of New York City), Robert Maxwell (harpist), Lily Pons, Eleanor Roosevelt, Charles Sanford, Larry Gelbart (writer), Sy Rose (writer, billed as "Si Rose"), Glenn Wheaton (writer, billed as "Glen Wheaton"), Fred Hamilton (director), Marvin Fisher (writer), Morton Lachman (writer), Larry Marks (writer), Norman Sullivan (writer), Betty Bruce, B. S. Pully, Erik Rhodes, Jerry Bergen, Nelson Case (announcer), Edward Maxwell ("special music and lyrics"), Ben Oakland ("special music and lyrics"), Mike Stewart ("special music and lyrics"), Danny Dare (musical director), Charles Sanford (musical director). 59:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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