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looking for single episode of "Your Show of Shows"      Sat Oct 08, 2005 12:39 pm Reply with quote

I am trying to locate a copy of the "Your Show of Shows" episode where Imogene Coca performs "The Bell Song" from the opers "Lakme".

I am interested in either a VHS of this episode or an audio tape of the aria.

Please email me with any information on obtaining this.

Thanks in advance.

Ed
 
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      Sat Oct 08, 2005 4:48 pm Reply with quote

There is very little detailed information available on "Your Show of Shows".

The only information I could find about your question mostly just confirms that such a performance does still exist in someone's collection.

Sometime during 2001, the Smithsonian presented a program of NBC-TV shows from the 1950s, including a "Your Show of Shows" episode. It included a sketch with Imogene Coca performing the "Bell Song".

Perhaps the Smithsonian actually maintains a print of that episode. I did a very fast check at their site and didn't find anything but a more intensive search or contacting them via email, snail mail, or phone might produce better results.

Good Luck on your quest!
 
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