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Colgate Comedy Hour


Colgate Comedy Hour cast

Series Description

The Colgate Comedy Hour was a 60 minute sketch, musical, comedy series on NBC with rotating hosts including Eddie Cantor, Abbott & Costello, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Ed Wynn, Donald O'Conner, Ethel Merman, and Frank Sinatra! Other stars hosting only a few episodes included Bob Hope, Tony Martin, Judy Canova, Jack Carson, Jimmy Durante and Fred Allen.

Broadcast History

The Colgate Comedy Hour was broadcast on NBC from 8:00PM to 9:00PM on Sunday nights during its entire run.

Colgate Comedy Hour Trivia

    

NBC took on quite a challenge when they put the Colgate Comedy Hour on at 8PM on Sunday nights in 1950! CBS had the (nearly) invulnerable TV personality "Ed Sullivan" on in the same time slot with the variety series, "Toast of the Town" which had already been a ratings dynamo for more than 2 years!

Most of the hosts of the Colgate Comedy Hour had previously starred on their own radio shows! The few who never had their own show on the radio had made numerous guest appearance on other shows.

It is known that Woody Allen made his TV debut on the Colgate Comedy Hour but no ones seems to know which episode it was!

The Colgate Comedy Hour was nominated for Emmys in 1952, 1953, and 1954. In 1952 and 1953, it lost out to the Sid Caesar classic series, "Your Show of Shows". In 1954, "Omnibus" won the award. In 1954, "Donald O'Connor" did win an Emmy for the series, however, in the "Best Male Star of Regular Series" category!

Over the years there have been many rumors that the November 23, 1953 episode of the Colgate Comedy Hour was the first TV episode to be broadcast in color. Actually, the first color show was June 25, 1951 on the CBS series, "Premiere". It starred Ed Sullivan and Arthur Godfrey. It was only available in four cities and on a very small number of TV sets that used the non-standardized CBS color system. The January 1, 1954 Rose Bowl Parade was the first show broadcast nationally using a standard signal that could be seen on about 200 RCA prototype color TVs and also on the 23 million existing black & white TVs (with a black & white picture, of course). It was September 12, 1959 before "Bonanza" became the first TV series to start regularly broadcasting in color. I personally remember that fondly because my parents bought a brand new color TV just because of Bonanza! By the way, the color episode of the Colgate Comedy Hour mentioned above was a test and the series was never broadcast in color again!

Jerry Lewis met famed actor Christopher Walken as a young boy while hosting the Colgate Comedy Hour. Jerry encouraged Christopher to pursue a career in show business!

One of Norman Lear's first big jobs was as a writer for the Colgate Comedy Hour. He went on to be the creator of some of TV's biggest hit shows including "Maude", "Good Times", "All in the Family", and "Sanford and Son".

Episodes List With Original Air Dates

The First Season

  1. Date: 9/10/1950
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Yma Sumac, Tommy Wonder, Danny Daniels, and Joseph Buloff, Lew Hearn, Howard Smith, Jack Albertson, Fay McKenzie, Lou Wills Jr., Robert Gari, Val Buttignol and Joy Williams, Helen Wood, Janet Gaylord, Charlotte Fayne, Rudy Tone, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  2. Date: 9/17/1950
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Marilyn Maxwell, The Honeydreamers, Leonard Barr, J. C. McCord, Frank Gallop, William McCutcheon, Jean Carsons, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  3. Date: 9/24/1950
    Host: Fred Allen.
    Guest Stars: Zachary Solov, Rise Stevens, Monte Woolley, Sono Osato, David Burns, Hugh Laing, Kenny Delmar, Minerva Pious, Parker Fennelly, Peter Donald, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  4. Date: 10/1/1950
    Host: Bobby Clark.
    Guest Stars: Joan Blondell and Sigmund Romberg.

  5. Date: 10/8/1950
    Host:Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  6. Date: 10/15/1950
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Kitty Kallen; The Skylarks; Mayor Ralph Villani of Newark, N.J.; Mayor Walter Sterling of Steubenville, Ohio; and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  7. Date: 10/22/1950
    Host: Fred Allen.
    Guest Stars: Portland Hoffa; Parker Fennelly; Ella Logan; Peter Donald; Anthony, Allyn and Hodges; and Mort and Art Havel.

  8. Date: 10/29/1950
    Host: Bobby Clark.
    Guest Stars: Frances Langford, Mel Allen, Gussie Moran, The Peiro Brothers, and The Albins.

  9. Date: 11/5/1950
    Host: Eddie Cantor
    Guest Stars: Ida Cantor, Charlie Cantor, Robert Gari, Bil and Cora Baird Marionettes, Fred and Sledge, Lesli Scott, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  10. Date: 11/12/1950
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis
    Guest Stars: Kitty Kallen, Leonard Barr, The Skylarks, Sammy Petrillo, De May and Moore, Joyce Randolph, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  11. Date: 11/19/1950
    Host: Fred Allen
    Guest Stars: H. Allen Smith, Sheila Bond, Billy Tabbert.

  12. Date: 11/26/1950
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Marilyn Maxwell, Jimmy Wakely, Nelson Case, The High Hatters, Judy Kelly, The Taylor Maids, and Les Brown and his Band of Renown.

  13. Date: 12/3/1950
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Jack Albertson, Dick Van Patten, Joe Bushkin, Connie Sawyer, June Keegan, les Zoris, and The Amadis.

  14. Date: 12/10/1950
    Title: "Tickets Please!"
    Description: A Broadway musical adapted for television by The Colgate Comedy Hour.
    Starring: Paul and Grace Hartman, Jack Albertson, Dorothy Jarnac, Tommy Wonder, Mildred Hughes, Patricia Bright, Bill Norvas, The Upstarts, and Warde Donovan.

  15. Date: 12/17/1950
    Host: Fred Allen.
    Guest Stars: Doc Rockwell, The Christianis, Eileen Farrell, Parker Fennelly, Minerva Pious, Kenny Delmar, Peter Donald, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  16. Date: 12/24/1950
    Host: Bob Hope.
    Guest Stars: Eleanor Roosevelt, Lily Pons, Robert Cummings, Robert Maxwell, Betty Bruce, B. S. Pully, Mayor Vincent Impellitteri of New York City, Jerry Bergen, Boys' Choir from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Charles Sandford and his Orchestra.

  17. Date: 12/31/1950
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Danny Thomas, Ed Wynn and Sigmund Romberg.

  18. Date: 1/7/1951
    Host: Abbott and Costello.
    Guest Stars: Evelyn Knight, Hal Le Roy, Patricia Shea, Paul Remos and his Toy Boys, Art and Mort Havel, Jimmy Ford Four, Valerie de Cadenet, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.
    Description: Abbott and Costello's first time as hosts. Several comedy routines including their classic: "Who's On First".

  19. Date: 1/14/1951
    Host: Jerry Lester.
    Guest Stars: Joan Bennett; Fred Allen; Pat O'Brien; Kukla, Fran & Ollie; The Mello-Larks the cast of Broadway Open House: Dagmar; David Street; Jack Adrian; Milton DeLugg; and Wayne Howell.

  20. Date: 1/21/1951
    Host: Bobby Clark.
    Guest Stars: Julie Wilson; Willie, West and McGinty; The Maxwells; Miriam Wakefield; Bobby Lane and Claire; Jack Mann; Dick Dana; and Tom Jones and his Orchestra.

  21. Date: 1/28/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Lee Fairfax, Basil O'Connor, Dave Powell, Joe Marks, and Estelle Sloan.

  22. Date: 2/4/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Polly Bergen, Mary Ann Niles, Bob Fosse, and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.
    Note: Martin & Lewis had not hosted in nearly three months only because they were off in Hollywood making a movie.

  23. Date: 2/11/1951
    Host: Spike Jones.
    Guest Stars: The City Slickers, George Rock, Sir Frederick Gas, Freddy and Dick Morgan, Bill King, The Wayne Marlin Trio, Lois Ray, Gale Robbins, and Laverne Pearson
    Note: There was also a cameo appearance by the Today Show's Dave Garroway and a look at a very young announcer, Mike Wallace.

  24. Date: 2/18/1951
    Host: Bobby Clark.
    Guest Stars: Basil Rathbone, Sarah Churchill, Walter Abel, Nelson Case, Mary Boland, Fran Warren, and Danny Scholl.

  25. Date: 2/25/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Lena Horne, Jack Albertson, Charlie Cantor, Bil and Cora Baird Marionettes, Landre and Verna, Phil Kramer, Marcia Walter, Chris Barbery, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  26. Date: 3/4/1951
    Host: Tony Martin.
    Guest Stars: Milton Berle, The Andrews Sisters, and Leonard Sues.

  27. Date: 3/11/1951
    Host: Abbott and Costello.
    Guest Stars: Lon Chaney Jr.; Sid Fields; Jarmila Novotna; Jesse, James & Carnell; Milton Frome; Ann Thomas; Gregg Sherwood; and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  28. Date: 3/18/1951
    Host: Beatrice Lillie.
    Guest Stars: Rex Harrison, Wally Cox, Nelson Case, Jean Sablon, Valerie Bettis.

  29. Date: 3/25/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Jimmy Durante, Eddie Jackson, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  30. Date: 4/1/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Eddie Fisher, Joel Grey, William Warfield, Evelyn Gould, Gehrig and Weismuller, Tony and Eddy, and Michell Auclair.

  31. Date: 4/8/1951
    Host: Bob Hope.
    Guest Stars: Rex Harrison, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Cantor, Ed Wynn, Jimmy Durante, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Lilli Palmer, Janis Paige, Arthur Treacher, Frank "Sugar Chile" Robinson, Tex and Jinx McCrary, Faye Emerson, Ken Murray, and Toots Shor.

  32. Date: 4/15/1951
    Host: Tony Martin.
    Guest Stars: Celeste Holm, Fred Allen, Peanuts Hucko, Kathryn Lee, Richard Loo, Lynn Loring, Art & Mort Havel, Joe Silver, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  33. Date: 4/22/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Anne Jeffreys, Charlie Cantor, Robert Gari, Gehrig and Weismuller, Hal Loman, and Joan Field.

  34. Date: 4/29/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Helen O'Connell, Bob Fosse & Mary Ann Niles, Ladd Lyon, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra, and announcer: Mike Wallace.

  35. Date: 5/6/1951
    Host: Phil Silvers.
    Guest Stars: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Vivian Blaine, Joey Faye, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  36. Date: 5/13/1951
    Host: Beatrice Lillie.
    Guest Stars: Victor Moore, Wally Cox, Dick Haymes, Harold Lang, and Helen Gallagher.

  37. Date: 5/20/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Jane Morgan, Bob Fosse and Mary Ann Niles, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra, and a cameo appearance by Eddie Cantor.

  38. Date: 5/27/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Eddie Fisher, Joel Grey, William Warfield, Connie Haines, Charlie Cantor, Herbert Coleman, Monsieur Crayone, Lou Wills Jr., and Joe Silver.

  39. Date: 6/3/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Sonny King, The DeMarco Sisters, The Johnny Conrad Dancers, Danny Arnold, Tommy Farrell, Rosette Shaw, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra, and a cameo appearance by Tony Curtis.

  40. Date: 6/10/1951
    Host: Jackie Gleason.
    Guest Stars: Fred Allen, Joan Carroll, and Vivian Blaine.

  41. Date: 6/17/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Milton Berle, Jack Leonard, Dagmar, Phil Foster, and Junie Keegan.
    Note: Eddie Cantor's wife Ida and daughter Marilyn appeared as did Milton Berle's daughter Vicki!

  42. Date: 6/24/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Janis Paige, Danny Arnold, The Johnny Conrad Dancers, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra and a cameo appearance by Tony Martin and Joe Louis.

The Second Season

  1. Date: 9/2/1951
    Host: Jackie Gleason.
    Guest Stars: Johnny Johnston, Rose Marie, Esther Junger Dancers, Al Goodman and his Orchestra, and a cameo by appearance by Eddie Cantor.

  2. Date: 9/9/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Cesar Romero, Barbara Ashley, Stanley Prager, Bill Gray, dancers Jimmy Russell and Aura Vainio, Siri, Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  3. Date: 9/16/1951
    Host: Spike Jones.
    Guest Stars: Jan Peerce, The City Slickers, Helen Grayco, The Wayne Marlin Trio.

  4. Date: 9/23/1951
    Host: Ezio Pinza
    Guest Stars: Milton Berle, Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney, Martha Wright, Colette Marchand

  5. Date: 9/30/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Judy Kelly, Martin Freed and Ernie Stewart, Sid Fields, Jack Slattery, Al Goodman and his Orchestra; Ida Cantor (Cameo)

  6. Date: 10/7/1951
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Ed Wynn, Arlene Dahl, Effie O'Connor, Douglas Fowley, Walter Catlett.

  7. Date: 10/14/1951
    Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Gale Storm, Phil Regan

  8. Date: 10/21/1951
    Host: Jack Carson
    Guest Stars: Robert Alda, Betty Garrett, The Honey Brothers, Dean Elliott and his Orchestra

  9. Date: 10/28/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Cesar Romero, Sheilah Graham, Verna Felton, The Caprino Sisters, Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  10. Date: 11/4/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Danny Arnold and Dorothy Dandridge, Bob and Eddie Mayo, Donald MacBride, Marion Marshall, Jimmy Wallington, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  11. Date: 11/11/1951
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Harpo Marx, Yvonne DeCarlo and Roger Price, Sid Miller, Pat Patrick, Gale Robbins.

  12. Date: 11/18/1951
    Host: Abbott and Costello.
    Guest Stars: Louis Armstrong, George Raft, Rosette Shaw, The Pied Pipers, Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  13. Date: 11/25/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Cesar Romero and Eddie Fisher, Betty Graham.

  14. Date: 12/2/1951
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Eddie Bracken, Marilyn Maxwell, Bob Crosby, Georgie Price, Toni Arden, Frank Faylen, Billy Daniel and Lita Baron, The Skylarks, Wally Blair, Joe Mole, Sid Marion, Pat C. Flick, The Rio Brothers, Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  15. Date: 12/9/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Larry Blake, Tom D'Andrea, Nillson Twins and Norman Brown.

  16. Date: 12/16/1951
    Host: Jack Paar
    Guest Stars: Alan Young, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Trigger, The Whippoorwills, Carmen Miranda, The Three Stooges

  17. Date: 12/23/1951
    Host: Eddie Cantor. Christmas Special
    Guest Stars: Farley Granger, Bobby Breen, Sharon Baird, Stuffy Singer.

  18. Date: 12/30/1951
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Ray Malone, Danny Arnold and Eve Young, Margaret Dumont, Mike Mazurki, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  19. Date: 1/6/1952
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Harpo Marx, Sid Miller, Pat Patrick and Gale Robbins.

  20. Date: 1/13/1952
    Host: Abbott and Costello.
    Guest Stars: Rhonda Fleming, Errol Flynn and Bruce Cabot, Sid Fields, Joe Kirk, The Pied Pipers George Raft (Cameo).

  21. Date: 1/20/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: UCLA Swing Choir, Doris Singleton, Shirley Mitchell, Sharon Baird, Adele Jergens, Robert Clary, Michael Ross, Arthur Q. Bryan, Dave Alpert, Esther Dale, Robert Osterloh, Gil Herman, Al Goodman and his Orchestra and Kirk Douglas (Cameo).

  22. Date: 1/27/1952
    Host: Danny Thomas.
    Guest Star: Dorothy Lamour.

  23. Date: 2/3/1952
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Kay Starr, Ben Blue, Donna O'Connor, Corinne Calvet, Gwen Carter, Sid Miller, Frank Nelson, Bobbie Martin, Sid Slate, Jimmy Cross, Marie Cochran, Scatman Crothers, Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  24. Date: 2/10/1952
    Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
    Guest Stars: Ray Malone, Jill Jarmon, Danny Arnold, Sheldon Leonard, Mike Mazurki, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by writer Norman Lear

  25. Date: 2/17/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Sammy Davis Jr., Reggie Rymal, Dorothy Singleton, Sharon Baird and The Will Mastin Trio.

  26. Date: 2/24/1952
    Host: Danny Thomas
    Guest Stars: Carmen Miranda, Grace Hartman, The Beatrice Kraft Dancers, Bunny Lewbell

  27. Date: 3/2/1952
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Buster Keaton, Broderick Crawford, Cecil Kellaway, Eddie Gribbon, Sid Miller and Patricia Morrison

  28. Date: 3/9/1952
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Anna Maria Alberghetti, Martha Stewart, Georgie Tapps, Les Brown and his Band of Reknown

  29. Date: 3/16/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Will Mastin Trio , Dorothy Kirsten, Mabel Butterworth, Harry Von Zell and Sharon Baird.

  30. Date: 3/23/1952
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Tommy Wonder, Danny Lewis (Jerry's Dad!), Margaret Banks, Danny Arnold, Elizabeth Root, Gail Bonney, Peter Votrian, Harvey Dunn, Ruth Dazzo, Sarah Bacon, Linda Williams, Evelyn Lovequist, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra and a Cameo by Ed Simmons and Norman Lear.

  31. Date: 3/30/1952
    Host: Tony Martin.
    Guest Stars: Harpo, Chico Marx, Kay Starr, St. Paul Choir, Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  32. Date: 4/6/1952
    Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Charles Laughton, Isabel Bigley, Sid Fields, Joe Kirk, Milton Frome, Bobby Barber, Jill Kraft, Anita Anton, Alex Fossell, Helen Donaldson, Johnny Conrad and his Dancers, Three Beaus and a Peep, Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  33. Date: 4/13/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Joe E. Brown, Constance Moore, Dave Barry, Sharon Baird and the Los Gatos Trio.

  34. Date: 4/20/1952
    Host: Donald 0'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Andy Devine, Mindy Carson, Ben Blue and Sid Miller.

  35. Date: 4/27/1952
    Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
    Guests: Kitty Kallen, Danny Arnold, Harvey Wheelwick, Jack Fisher, Jack George, Peter Votrian, The Four Step Brothers and Lee Erickson

  36. Date: 5/4/1952 Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Guests: Vera Zorina, Tony Bavaar, Monique Van Vooren, "Sport" Morgan, The Ashtons, Sid Fields, dancer Gemze de Lappe, Joe Kirk, Bobby Barber, Jean Cleveland, Charlie Bollinder, Three Beaus and a Peep and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  37. Date: 5/11/1952
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Hedy Lamarr, Scatman Crothers, Martha Tilton, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March, Al Goodman and his Orchestra, Sid Miller and Tony Dexter.

  38. Date: 5/18/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Cesar Romero, Rusty Draper and The Szonys.

  39. Date: 5/25/1952
    Host: Ben Blue
    Guest Stars: Peggy Lee, Ann Sheridan, The Step Brothers, The Whipporwills, Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  40. Date: 6/1/1952
    Host: Herb Shriner
    Guest Stars: Lily Pons, The Borrah Minevitch Harmonica Rascals with Johnny Puleo.

  41. Date: 6/8/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor
    Guest Stars: Pat O'Brien, Ida Cantor, Kay Starr, Harry Von Zell.

  42. Date: 6/15/1952
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Paul Douglas, singer June Hutton, dancer Johnny Mack, Randy Merriman and Bess Myerson, Les Brown's Band of Renown

The Third Season

  1. Date: 9/21/1952
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerrry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Rosemary Clooney, Danny Arnold, Sara Berner, Harvey Birdbox, Harry Lang, Elsie Baker, Joeseph Waring, George Millan, Byron Kane and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra

  2. Date: 9/28/1952
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Dorothy Lamour, Will Mastin Trio and Eddie Fisher, Sammy Davis Jr., Sharon Baird, Tom D'Andrea and Henry Slate, Sid Fields, Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  3. Date: 10/12/1952
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Fred MacMurray, Connie Haines, The Clark Brothers and Les Brown and his Band of Reknown

  4. Date: 10/19/1952
    Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Lizabeth Scott, Gisele MacKenzie, The Four Pipers, Les Dassie, Dudley Dickerson, Milt Bronson, Bobby Barber, Sid Fields and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  5. Date: 10/26/1952
    Host: Donald O'Connor
    Guest Stars: Ben Blue, Broderick Crawford, Scatman Crothers, Lisa Kirk, Sid Miller, Andy Clyde, Chester Conklin, Eddie Gribbon and Al Goodman and his Orchestra
    Description: This episode was originally supposed to be broadcast on 10/5/1952 but NBC engineers went on strike right before air time, causing this episode to only be seen in the Los Angeles area. It was kinescoped (recorded on 16mm film) and broadcast to the rest of the nation at this time

  6. Date: 11/2/1952
    Host: Judy Canova
    Guest Stars: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Cesar Romero, Liberace, Carl Ravazza, Hans Conreid, The Lancers, Charles Dent and his Orchestra

  7. Date: 11/9/1952
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Rosemary Clooney, Bill Goodwin, The Step Brothers and Les Brown and his Band of Reknown

  8. Date: 11/16/1952
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Ann Sheridan and The Bell Sisters

  9. Date: 11/23/1952
    Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Peggy Lee, dancers Fisher and Ross and acrobats The Shaller Brothers

  10. Date: 11/30/1952
    Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
    Guest Stars: Kitty Kallen, Robert Strauss, Danny Arnold, Peppy Mano, Goldcup and Bird, Rose Plumer, Max Palmer, Joan Shawlee, Byron Kane, Joseph Leon, Steve Calvert and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra

  11. Date: 12/7/1952
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Tony Martin and Frances Langford

  12. Date: 12/14/1952
    Host: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Margaret Whiting, The Nicholas Brothers, dancers Buster Shaver and Olive, acrobats Tom and Jerry, The Four Pipers, Sid Fields, Dorothy Granger, The Hollywood Stunt Group, Gordon Jones, Jack Lomas, Bobby Barber and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  13. Date: 12/21/1952
    Host: Ray Bolger.
    Guest Stars: Rise Stevens, Betty Kean and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  14. Date: 12/28/1952
    Host: Ben Blue
    Guest Stars: Phil Harris, Hedy Lamarr, Peggy Lee, Donald O'Connor (Cameo) and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  15. Date: 1/4/1953
    Host: Bob Hope.
    Guest Stars: Bing Crosby, Marilyn Maxwell and Don Cherry.

  16. Date: 1/11/1953
    Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Victor Borge, Gisele MacKenzie, Grace Hartman, Allan Jones, Sid Fields, Harry Lang, The Four Pipers, Bobby Barber, R. J. Otis and Abner, The Hollywood Stunt Group

  17. Date: 1/18/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Dinah Shore, Joel Grey, The Tokayers and Aronld Stang.

  18. Date: 1/25/1953
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Tony Martin, Joe Louis, Ray Malone, Connie Russell, Danny Arnold, Ira Grossel, Bernie Schwartz, Peppy Willow, Ralph Stantley, Ladd Lyon, Pat Shay, Gordon B. Clark, Ruth Saville and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  19. Date: 2/1/1953
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Nelson Eddy, Margaret Whiting, Marion Colby, Bob Sweeney, Monte Montano and The Blackburn Twins

  20. Date: 2/8/1953
    Host: Ben Blue
    Guest Stars: June Havoc, Bob Crosby, Mimi Benzell, Sid Fields, Snag Werris and The Sportsmen

  21. Date: 2/15/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Frank Loesser, Billy Daniels, Connie Russell, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March, Sara Berner, Sharon Baird, Danny Richards, Frank Jenks, Ben Wrigley, Ray Kellogg, Sid Fields and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  22. Date: 2/22/1953
    Hosts: The Ritz Brothers
    Guest Stars: Jack Webb, Kay Starr, Corinne Calvet, Coleen Gray and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  23. Date: 3/1/1953
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: George Jessel, Constance Moore and Robert Alda

  24. Date: 3/8/1953
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Hedy Lamarr, Cecil Kellaway, Marilyn Maxwell, Sid Miller, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March

  25. Date: 3/15/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: George Jessel, Harry Ruby, Billy Daniels, Danny Richards Jr., Sharon Baird, Bob Sweeney, Connie Russell and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  26. Date: 3/22/1953
    Hosts: Bob Hope, Eddie Cantor, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Abbott & Costello and Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Sid Miller

  27. Date: 3/29/1953
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Rosemary Clooney, The Bell Sisters and a cameo by Mickey Rooney

  28. Date: 4/5/1953
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Vivian Blaine, Brian Aherne, Tony Dexter, Sid Miller, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March, Scatman Crothers and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  29. Date: 4/12/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Connie Russell, Gloria Grahame, The Will Mastin Trio, The Billy Daniel Dancers, Al Goodman and his Orchestra and a cameo by Ned Washington and Dimitri Tiomkin

  30. Date: 4/19/1953
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Phil Harris, Marilyn Maxwell, Les Brown and his Band of Reknown

  31. Date: 4/26/1953
    Hosts: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
    Guest Stars: Hoagy Carmichael, Teresa Brewer, The Four Pipers, The Amin Brothers, Sid Fields, Michael Ross, Jack Lomas, Sherry Morland, Evelynne D'Smith, Sid Marion, Bobby Barber and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  32. Date: 5/3/1953
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Mary McCarty, Benny Rubin, Sheldon Leonard, Danny Arnold, Fay McKenzie, Sol Seeltime, Wheel, Bird & Wheel, Phil Tead, Frank Nelson, Jack Kruschen, Donald Lawton and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  33. Date: 5/10/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Jan Pearce, Billy Daniels, Connie Russell, Si Milano, Nancy Crompton, John Robertson, Mel Blanc (Voice) and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  34. Date: 5/17/1953
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Nelson Eddy, Thomas L. Thomas, Beatrice Kay, Sid Miller, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March

  35. Date: 5/24/1953
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Don McNeill, Gloria De Haven, Rocky Marciano and The De Castro Sisters

  36. Date: 5/31/1953
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Jimmy Durante, George Raft, Patty Lewis (Jerry's wife!), Danny Arnold, The Four Step Brothers, Sue Bird, Sylvia Seep, Jimmy Little, Marcia Walters, a cameo by Tony Curtis / Janet Leigh and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra

  37. Date: 6/7/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Jack Benny, Dinah Shore, George Jessel, Ida Cantor, Jimmy Wallington, Ralph Edwards, Billy Daniel, Billy Daniel, Lita Baron, Mel Blanc (Voice), Ciro the Chimp with his owner Herman Hover, Ticker Freeman, The Notables and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  38. Date: 6/14/1953
    Host: Bob Hope
    Guest Stars: Frankie Laine, Rosemary Clooney, Bess Myerson and Randy Merriman

The Fourth Season

  1. Date: 10/4/1953
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Burt Lancaster, The Skylarks, Sidney Sillman, Fay McKenzie, Peter Leeds, Eddie Ryder, Byron Kane, Marc Platt, Irving Kaye, Frankie Branda, Suzanne Ames, Dona Cole, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  2. Date: 10/11/1953
    Host: Jimmy Durante
    Guest Stars: John Wayne, Eddie Jackson, Jack Roth, Jules Buffano, Candy Candido, Roy Bargy and his Orchestra and The Harold Stern Strings

  3. Date: 10/18/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Jack Benny, Billy Daniels, Connie Russell, Sheldon Leonard, Rex Ramer, Sandra Gould, Peter Leeds, Jack Boyle, Mike Ross and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  4. Date: 10/25/1953
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Lauren Bacall, Elaine Stewart, Joanne Gilbert, Sid Miller, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  5. Date: 11/1/1953
    Host: Bud Abbott
    Guest Stars: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis, Peggy Lee, The Pied Pipers, Gene Nelson, Jimmy Thompson, Pat Horn and Al Goodman and his Orchestra

  6. Date: 11/8/1953
    Host: Jimmy Durante
    Guest Stars: Frank Sinatra, Hy Averback, The Gay Tyroliers, Eddie Jackson, The Mad Hatters, Jules Buffano, Jack Roth, Jackie Barnett, Wanda Smith's Cover Girls, Jan Arvan, Charles Smith, Allen Henderson and Roy Bargy and his Orchestra

  7. Date: 11/15/1953
    Host: Martha Raye
    Guest Stars: Cesar Romero, Irene Dunne and Rocky Graziano

  8. Date: 11/22/1953
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Ralph Bellamy, Dorothy Dandridge and Corrine Calvet. This was the only episode broadcast in color.

  9. Date: 11/29/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Frank Sinatra, Eddie Fisher, Brian Donlevy and Connie Russell.

  10. Date: 12/6/1953
    Host: Jimmy Durante.
    Guest Stars: Ethel Merman, Eddie Jackson and Keye Luke.

  11. Date: 12/13/1953
    Host: Perry Como.
    Guest Stars: Martha Raye, Ben Blue, The Fontane Sisters and Mike Mazurki.

  12. Date: 12/20/1953
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: Charles Coburn and Donna O'Connor.

  13. Date: 12/27/1953
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Jimmy Durante, Dennis Day, George Gobel and Donald O'Connor.

  14. Date: 1/3/1954
    Host: Jimmy Durante.
    Guest Stars: Eartha Kitt and Paul Douglas.

  15. Date: 1/10/1954
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: The Mondernaires, Franklin Pangborn, Duke Art Jr., Birdie Brickerbrack and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  16. Date: 1/17/1954
    Part 1: Alan Young, Stan Freberg, Frank Sinatra and acrobats Chiquita & Johnson.
    Part 2: Bing Crosby Pro-Amateur Golf Tourney from Pebble Beach, California with guests Dean Martin and Phil Harris.

  17. Date: 1/24/1954
    Host: Ethel Merman.
    Guest Stars: Jimmy Durante, Gene Nelson, Sid Marion, pianists Decola and Rubini and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  18. Date: 1/31/1954
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Celebration for Eddie Cantor's 62nd birthday. Groucho Marx, Wally Cox, Billy Daniel, Marilyn Cantor, Ricky Vera and Connie Russell.

  19. Date: 2/7/1954
    Host: Jimmy Durante.
    Guest Stars: Carol Channing, Tallulah Bankhead and Eddie Jackson.

  20. Date: 2/14/1954
    Host: Donald O'Connor.
    Guest Stars: George Prentice and Beatrice Kay.

  21. Date: 2/21/1954
    Host: Gene Wesson.
    Guest Stars: Abbott and Costello, Carolyn Jones, Sonja Henie, Keefe Braselle, The Jud Conlon Singers, Norman Abbott, Joyce Jameson, Will J. White, Mike Ross, Glenn Strange and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  22. Date: 2/28/1954
    Show Title: "Anything Goes"
    Starring: Ethel Merman, Frank Sinatra, Sheree North and Bert Lahr.

  23. Date: 3/7/1954
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: William Holden, Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn.

  24. Date: 3/14/1954
    Host: Jimmy Durante.
    Guest Stars: Eddie Cantor, Robert Montgomery, Patrice Munsel, Eddie Jackson, Marion Colby, Jules Buffano, Jack Roth and Roy Bargy and his Orchestra.

  25. Date: 3/21/1954
    Host: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.
    Guest Stars: Les Paul and Mary Ford, The Pied Pipers, dancers Janik and Arnaut, Fred Darian, Harry Mendoza, Veola Vonn, Norman Abbott, Helen Eby-Rock, Evelyn Russell, Danny Richards Jr. and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  26. Date: 3/28/1954
    Host: Abbott & Costello.
    Guest Stars: Les Paul, "The Pied Pipers", Mary Ford and Janik & Arnaut.

  27. Date: 4/4/1954
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Daryl F. Zanuck, Billy Daniels, Connie Russell.

  28. Date: 4/11/1954
    Host: Jimmy Durante.
    Guest Stars: Liberace, George Liberace, Marilyn Maxwell, Ben Wrigley and Eddie Jackson.

  29. Date: 4/18/1954
    Host: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.
    Guest Stars: Jane Russell, Rhonda Fleming, Connie Haines, Beryl Davis, Tony Martinez, Jack Shea, Baby Mistin, Dick Parks, Mike Ross, Frank Richards, Ken Mayer, and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  30. Date: 4/25/1954
    Host: Abbott and Costello.
    Guest Stars: Jane Russell, Rhonda Fleming, Connie Haines, Nestor Paiva, Beryl Davis, Jim Hayward and Benny Rubin.

  31. Date: 5/2/1954
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Dick Humphreys, The Treniers, Marvin Seed, Robert Carson, Gretchen Houser, Frances Farwell, John Harmon, Helen Eby-Rock, Henry Slate, Bobby Fain and Charles Williams.

  32. Date: 5/9/1954
    Host: Jimmy Durante.
    Guest Stars: Shelley Winters, Eddie Jackson, and many circus performers.

  33. Date: 5/16/1954
    Host: Eddie Cantor.
    Guest Stars: Eddie Fisher, Milton Berle, Connie Russell.

  34. Date: 5/23/1954
    Host: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.
    Guest Stars: Peggy Lee, Hoagy Carmichael, Ricky Vera, Peter Leeds, The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra and The Pied Pipers.

  35. Date: 5/30/1954
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

The Fifth Season

  1. Date: 9/19/1954
    Host: Eddie Fisher.
    Guest Stars: Louis Armstrong, Peggy Lee, Rocky Marciano, Al Weill (Rocky's manager), Mischa Elman, The Vagabonds, ballet stars Maria Tallchief and Frederic Franklin and Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra.

  2. Date: 9/26/1954
    Show Title: "Lou Walters' Latin Quarter Revue: Made in France"
    Guest Stars: Leo Durocher and the New York Giants, Yogi Berra, Johnnie Ray, Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Joe E. Lewis, Jane Morgan, The Seven Ashtons, Art Maner, The Debonairs, Al Goodman and his Orchestra, Look's "All America" baseball team with Russ Hodges, Jim Dudley, Al Lopez, Johnny Antonelli, Bobby Avila, Chico Carrasquel, Al Dark, Bob Lemon, Robin Roberts, Minnie Minoso, Al Rosen, Duke Snider, Virgil Trucks and Mickey Vernon.

  3. Date: 10/3/1954
    Guest Stars: Dinah Shore, William Bendix, Phil Harris, Tom D'Andrea and Hal March and The Charlivel Trio.

  4. Date: 10/17/1954
    Show Title: "Friar's Frolics."
    Host: Milton Berle.
    Guest Stars: Janis Paige, Mitzi Green, Joel Grey, Smith and Dale, Georgie Price, Beau Jenkins, Marilyn Ross and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  5. Date: 10/24/1954
    Show Title: "Revenge With Music."
    Starring: Harpo Marx, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Ray Middleton, Edward Everett Horton, Ilona Massey and Jerry Colonna.
    Description: Made for TV Musical.

  6. Date: 10/31/1954
    Host: Terry Moore.
    Guest Stars: Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney, Don Cornell, Connee Boswell, The Minevitch Harmonia Rascals with Johnny Puleo, Giselle and Francois Szony and Al Goodman and his Orchestra.

  7. Date: 11/14/1954
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: The Will Mastin Trio starring Sammy Davis Jr., Larry Storch, Dorothy Kirsten, Gene Sheldon, Josanne Mariani and Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra.

  8. Date: 11/21/1954
    Show Title: "Lets Face It"
    Starring: Vivian Blaine, Bert Lahr, Gene Nelson and Jimmy Gleason.
    Description: Made for TV Musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Cameo appearances by Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

  9. Date: 11/28/1954
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Gale Storm, Jack Carter, Debra Paget and Gene Sheldon.

  10. Date: 12/12/1954
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Tony Curtis, Gloria De Haven, Jeff Chandler, Rock Hudson, Gene Nelson, Paul Gilbert, Mara Corday, Gene Sheldon, Notre Dame Coach Terry Brennan and Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra.

  11. Date: 12/19/1954
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Vera Miles, Milton Frome, Margery Maude, Hawke Mann, Silvia Hickle, Marvin Middlebird, "The Nick Castle Dancers", and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  12. Date: 12/26/1954
    Show Title: "Hollywood Ice Revue."
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Andra McLaughlin, Gundi Busch, Freddie Trenkler, Skippy Baxter, The Bruises, Jimmy Grogan, and Bobby Blake.

  13. Date: 1/9/1955
    Host: Bob Hope.
    Guest Stars: William Holden, Brenda Marshall (Mrs. Holden), Margaret Whiting, Hedda Hopper, Robert Strauss, Jerry Colonna, Anita Ekberg, The Nick Castle Dancers and The U.S. Air Force Crew Chiefs.

  14. Date: 1/16/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Jack Carter, Patti Page, The Vagabonds, Gene Sheldon, Aquaclowns, the Cypress Gardens Aqua-Maids, The Lecuona Cuban Boys with Nelle Castell and Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra.

  15. Date: 1/23/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney, Franchot Tone, Gloria Vanderbilt, Ronny Graham, Joyce Bryant, The DeMarco Sisters, The Mayo Brothers and the 1955 Maid of Cotton De Lois Faulkner.

  16. Date: 2/6/1955
    Host: Bobby Van.
    Guest Stars: Spike Jones and The City Slickers, Nat King Cole, Paul Gilbert, Helen Grayco, Senor Wences, Sue Allen, Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra. John Halvorson and Gil Lee also covered a jai alai game from Tijuana, Mexico.

  17. Date: 2/13/1955
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Micki Marlow, The Four Step Brothers, Franklin Pangborn, Wick; Bird and Kaylick and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  18. Date: 2/20/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Louis Armstrong, Peggy Lee, Gene Sheldon, The New Orleans Jazz Saints, street dancers: Skeets and Pete and Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra.

  19. Date: 3/6/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Jaye P. Morgan, The Gabor Sisters (Zsa Zsa, Eva, Magda and Jolie), Mrs. America of 1954 Wanda Jennings, The Wiere Brothers, Ronny Graham, Ship's Commander John W. Anderson and Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra.

  20. Date: 3/13/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, Debra Paget, middleweight champion Carl "Bobo" Olson and acrobats "The Dassis".

  21. Date: 3/20/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Kaye Ballard, Cornel Wilde, Bert Lahr, Caterina Valente, Jean Wallace and The Marquis Family Chimps.

  22. Date: 4/3/1955
    Guest Stars: Tennessee Ernie Ford, Phil Harris, Kitty Kallen, Harry Mimmo and Dave Brubeck.

  23. Date: 4/10/1955
    Show Title: "Roberta"
    Starring: Gordon MaCrae.
    Description: Made for TV Musical.

  24. Date: 4/17/1955
    Host: Gordon MacRae.
    Guest Stars: Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Mamie Van Doren, Ronny Graham, Leigh Snowden, Sue Carson, The Treniers plus Piper Laurie.

  25. Date: 5/1/1955
    Host: Liberace.
    Guest Stars: George Liberace and his Orchestra.

  26. Date: 5/8/1955
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Ray Malone and Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Cameos by George Raft, Jimmy Durante, and Tony Curtis.

  27. Date: 5/15/1955
    Hosts: Gordon MacRae and Rhonda Fleming.
    Guest Stars: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, Jane Morgan, dancers "The Clark Brothers", The Singing Sergeants of the Air Force, The Thunderbirds Air Force precision jet flying unit, The Frogmen Navy underwater demolition unit, The Marine Heliteam helicopter combat unit and the 6th Army bagpipe band The Presidians.

  28. Date: 5/29/1955
    Show Title: "Highlights of Broadway 1955"
    Starring: Eddie Fisher.
    Description: Musical and dance review highlighting scenes from "Damn Yankees", "Palace", "Fanny", and several other 1955 Broadway shows.

  29. Date: 6/5/1955
    Host: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Buddy Rich, Sonny King, Peggie Castle, The Ebonaires, Paula Voss, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra.

  30. Date: 11/13/1955
    Host: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.
    Guest Stars: Margaret Dumont, Mike Mazurki.

  31. Date: 12/25/1955
    Host: Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians.
    Description: The Final Colgate Comedy Hour.

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