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#9495: PRODUCER'S SHOWCASE: "MR. BROADWAY"
1957-05-11, WNBC, 74 min.
Garry Moore, Mickey Rooney, James Dunn, Roberta Sherwood, Dick Button, June Havoc, Patricia Mariano, Bobby Mariano, Henry Lascoe, Robert Ellenstein, Gloria De Haven, Eddie Foy, Jr., Amy Freeman

               October 18, 1954-May 27, 1957.
 Live ninety minute productions aired every fourth week. The range of material was vast, from dramas to musicals.

Mickey Rooney plays song and dance man, George M. Cohan one of the great figures of Broadway. He was for years successful in every aspect of the theater - actor, producer, manager, playwright, song writer, and song and dance man. The focus of this musical biography reflects Cohan's last decade or two of his life when he lost his touch as a creator of popular musicals.

The play emphasizes Cohan's days as a vaudevillian with the Four Cohans (George, his father, mother and sister Josie) and the musical comedies he wrote and starred in. 

Garry Moore narrates.

Songs include:
 "Give My Regards To Broadway," "Harrigan," "Shoes That Hurt," "The Lively Bootblack," "They're All My Friends," "I'm Going to Telegraph My Baby," "I'm Awfully Strong for You," "Why Did Nellie Leave Her Home?" "Grand Old Flag," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "Mary Is a Grand Old Name," "So Long Mary," "The ABC Song," "Life Is Like a Musical Comedy," "Over There," "An Old Guy Like Me," "You Remind Me of My Mother," "Indians and Trees," and finale by entire cast: "Give My Regards To Broadway."

Directed by Sidney Lumet who recently directed his first motion picture, " Twelve Angry Men."

Considered a "LOST" broadcast by The Paley Center For Media.


                                       
#19159: CHEVY SHOW, THE
1958-09-21, NBC, 47 min.
Carol Burnett, John Raitt, Janet Blair, Mae Edwards, Eddie Foy, Jr., Joan McCursker, Buss McCursker, Dorothy Kirsten, Harry Zimmerman Orchestra

The Chevy Show, June 22nd, 1958-September 27th,1959-(NBC)
Regular cast; Janet Blair, John Raitt, Edie Adams (1958)
Dorothy Kirsten, Stan Freberg(1958), Rowan and Martin (1958),
The Harry Zimmerman Orchestra.

This Chevy Show was the Summer replacement for The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in 1958 and 1959. The format was a mixed bag of popular and classical music, skits, and monologues. During the Summer of 1958, the show had three musical-comedy stars-Janet Blair, John Raitt and Edie Adams who appeared each week and took turns as host. The opera singer Dorothy Kirsten was a featured regular, Stan Freberg and Rowan and Martin provided humor. During the Summer of 1959 Blair and Raitt returned as co-hosts, with Miss Kirsten the only other returning regular.


Carol Burnett, Eddie Foy, Jr, and Dorothy Kristen join regulars John Raitt, and Janet Blair. Edie Adams will not be seen tonight. Professional ice skaters Mae Edwards and Buss and Joan McCursker perform skating routines to the tunes of "Birth Of The Blues" and "Spellbound." The entire cast joins in for a skating finale. 

"Fever," "Why Can't You Behave?"- Blair
"Temptation,"-Raitt
"Boston Beguine," "When I'm Not Near The Boy I Love, "- Burnett
"Strange Music."- Kirsten
"This Is My Beloved,"-Kirsten-Raitt
"I'll Never Be Jealous Again,"- Foy, Burnett
"All The Things You Are,"- Blair, Raitt  
"My Defenses Are Down,"- Raitt, Burnett
"You Don't know Him As I Do,"- Blair, Burnett
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