The David Rose 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.


77436. The David Rose Show. May 17, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Tide. The first tune is, "Lady Be Good." Red Skelton appears as "San Francisco Red" who's a TV pitchman (or a radio disc jockey). David Rose doesn't speak until eighteen minutes into the show, and then only mumbles a few words. Red Skelton's appearance sounds as if it was on tape and spliced in. Arthur Lee Simpkin has a voice that sounds like it's always straining. David Rose and His Orchestra, Arthur Lee Simpkins (tenor), Rod O'Connor, Joe Venuti, John Holbrook (announcer), Fort Pearson (announcer), Red Skelton, Jack Simpson (producer), Keith McLeod (director). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77438. The David Rose Show. September 3, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Tide. The first tune is, "Manhattan Square Dance." Perry Botkin plays a hot "Lover" on the ukulele. Red Skelton appears (on tape) as "Clem Kaddidlehopper." David Rose is only heard speaking during Red's comedy routine. David Rose and His Orchestra, Perry Botkin, Arthur Lee Simpkins (tenor), Rod O'Connor, John Holbrook (commercial spokesman), Fort Pearson (announcer), Jack Simpson (producer), Keith McLeod (director), Red Skelton. 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77439. The David Rose Show. September 10, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Tide. The first tune is, "Tina Lena." Red Skelton appears (on tape) as, "Cauliflower McPugg." David Rose and His Orchestra, Red Skelton, Jack Simpson (producer), Keith McLeod (director), John Holbrook (commercial spokesman), Fort Pearson (announcer), Rod O'Connor, Arthur Lee Simpkins. 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77437. The David Rose Show. September 24, 1950. CBS net. Sponsored by: Tide. The first tune is, "Liza." Record Skelton appears (on tape) as "Junior, The Mean Widdle Kid." Junior plans to run away from home. David Rose only speaks as a straight man during Red's routine. Arthur Lee Simpkins sings, "Emraceable You" (just dreadful). The last show of the series, a summer replacement series for The Red Skelton Show. David Rose and His Orchestra, Rafael Mendez ("The World's Greatest Trumpet Player"), Red Skelton, Rod O'Connor, Keith McLeod (director), Jack Simpson (producer), Arthur Lee Simpkins, John Holbrook (commercial spokesman). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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