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#5897: KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY
1950-11-17, WABC 54 min.
John Raitt, Dennis King, Doretta Morrow, Loring Smith, William Lynn, Jed Prouty, Phil Coolidge, Stanley Carson, Brooks Dunbar, Jack Manning, Harvey Sheppard

Presented on "PULITZER PRIZE PLAYHOUSE." Television adaptation of the Maxwell Anderson-Kurt Weill musical about Peter Stuyvesant.
#5897*: PULITZER PRIZE PLAYHOUSE: "KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY"
1950-11-17, WABC 54 min.
N/A

October 6, 1950-June 29, 1951. January 2, 1952-June 4, 1952. An hour-long dramatic anthology series, adapting Pulitzer Prize-winning stories. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5920: HIT THE DECK
1950-12-11, WNBC 30 min.
Jack Gilford, John Beal, Iva Withers

Presented on "MUSICAL COMEDY TIME." Adaptation of the 1927 Broadway musical. Musical numbers only.
#5920*: MUSICAL COMEDY TIME: "HIT THE DECK"
1950-12-11, WNBT 54 min.
N/A

October 2, 1950-March 19, 1951. Thirteen broadcasts aired on alternate Monday evenings. Broadway musical comedies and standard operettas were adapted for presentation as live one-hour long TV programs. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5899: LOUISIANA PURCHASE
1951-01-22, WNBC 30 min.
Victor Moore, Irene Bordoni, Sandra Deel, Betty Brewer, Jerry Wayne

Presented on "MUSICAL COMEDY TIME." Victor Moore and Irene Bordoni reprise their roles in the television adaptation of this 1940 Broadway hit. Musical numbers only. Variations in sound quality.
#5899*: MUSICAL COMEDY TIME: "LOUISIANA PURCHASE"
1951-01-22, WNBT 30 min.
N/A

October 2, 1950-March 19, 1951. Thirteen broadcasts aired on alternate Monday evenings. Broadway musical comedies and standard operettas were adapted for presentation as live one-hour long TV programs. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5903: REVENGE WITH MUSIC
1951-02-19, WNBC 30 min.
John Raitt, Billy Gilbert, Anne Jeffreys, Audrey Christie, Vicente Gomez

Presented on "MUSICAL COMEDY TIME." Dietz-Schwartz musical about the Governor of a Spanish colony in 1812 who cannot resist the ladies. Musical numbers only. A lost television broadcast.
#5903*: MUSICAL COMEDY TIME: "REVENGE WITH MUSIC"
1951-02-19, WNBT 54 min.
N/A

October 2, 1950-March 19, 1951. Thirteen broadcasts aired on alternate Monday evenings. Broadway musical comedies and standard operettas were adapted for presentation as live one-hour long TV programs. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5898*: MUSICAL COMEDY TIME: "NO NO NANETTE"
1951-03-05, WNBT 54 min.
N/A

October 2, 1950-March 19, 1951. Thirteen broadcasts aired on alternate Monday evenings. Broadway musical comedies and standard operettas were adapted for presentation as live one-hour long TV programs. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5898: NO NO NANETTE
1951-03-05, WNBC 30 min.
Jackie Gleason, Ann Crowley, Danny Scholl, Ruth Matteson

Presented on "MUSICAL COMEDY TIME." This Monday Night anthology series was seen every other week. Thirteen one hour musical comedy presentations were aired.

Jackie Gleason plays an Atlantic City bon vivant showing an aspiring flapper around town. Musical numbers only.
#5964: TROUBLE IN TAHITI
1952-01-16, WNBC 54 min.
Beverly Wolff, David Atkinson, Miriam Workman, Earl Rogers, Robert Bollinger

Presented on "NBC TELEVISION OPERA THEATER." A day in the life of Sam and Dinah, a typical suburban couple who bicker at breakfast and dinner, then go to see the movie "Trouble In Tahiti" together. A short 45 minute modern opera, libretto and music by Leonard Bernstein, who conducted the orchestra. A little TV musical gem, clever and timely. Performed with great spirit and an exceptional cast.
#5964*: NBC TELEVISION OPERA THEATRE: "TROUBLE IN TAHITI"
1952-01-16, WNBT 54 min.
N/A

January 1950-April 1957. Primarily, monthly airings of classic musicals, some in color. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#6000: 135TH STREET
1953-03-29, WCBS 30 min.
N/A

Presented on "OMNIBUS." The second part of this Omnibus presentation is complete. An unstaged George Gershwin one-act opera with an all-Negro cast. Composed by Gershwin in 1922 when he was 23. It's primitive in construction and content, although "The Blue Monday Blues" and some other early Gershwin excursions into the Jazz idiom stand out.
#6960: STEVE ALLEN SHOW, THE
1953-08-31, WNBT 40 min.
Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon, Bobby Bryne

July 27, 1953- September 24, 1954 Prior to Steve Allen hosting The Tonight Show (Sept. 27, 1954-Jan. 25,1957...originally titled Tonight!) on network T.V. he hosted a similar late night show locally in New York City called the Steve Allen Show. It was seen in only three states, New York, New Jersey, & Connecticut (11:20pm-midnight). These Monday through Friday 40 minute telecasts included regulars, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon and Bobby Bryne and his orchestra. Sponsor was eventually to become Knickerbocker beer. This is the oldest known broadcast record of Steve Allen's 14 month local Pre-Tonight Show run, prior to National Tonight! broadcasts which premiered September 27, 1954.
#6961: STEVE ALLEN SHOW, THE
1953-09-01, WNBT 40 min.
Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence, James Mitchner, Helen Dixon, Bobby Bryne, Jim Moran

July 27, 1953- September 24, 1954 Prior to Steve Allen hosting The Tonight Show (Sept. 27, 1954-Jan. 25,1957) on network T.V. he hosted a similar late night show locally in New York City called the Steve Allen Show. (11:20pm-midnight). These Monday through Friday 40 minute telecasts included regulars, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon and Bobby Bryne and his orchestra. Sponsor was yet to become Knickerbocker beer. This is the 27th broadcast in the series. Broadcast theme song, "Stay Just A Little While With Me," opens the show. Steve Allen, at the piano, sings "Cecilia." Jim Moran, who appears every Tuesday on the broadcast discusses with Allen "Oysters," as the Oyster season begins. Author James Mitchner joins in and also discusses his latest movie adaptation screenplay for the film "Return To Paradise," about to open in theaters nation wide. Incredible relaxed late night television from a bygone era as Steve offers a beer to Mitchner in-between anecdotes. Steve Lawrence, who just turned 18 years of age, sings "C'est si bon." Bobby Byrne & his orchestra plays "Lover." Sign off, as Steve reminds viewers that this new late night series is on the air every weekday night for 40 minutes, 11:20pm to Midnight. Cast sings theme song "Stay Just A Little While With Me."
#6962: STEVE ALLEN SHOW, THE
1953-09-02, WNBT 40 min.
Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon, Bobby Bryne, Bobby Rosengarten

July 27, 1953- September 24, 1954 Prior to Steve Allen hosting The Tonight Show (Sept. 27, 1954-Jan. 25,1957) on network T.V. he hosted a similar late night show locally in New York City called the Steve Allen Show. (11:20pm-midnight). These Monday through Friday 40 minute telecasts included regulars, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon and Bobby Bryne and his orchestra. Sponsor was yet to become Knickerbocker beer.
#6963: STEVE ALLEN SHOW, THE
1953-09-03, WNBT 40 min.
Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon, Bobby Bryne

July 27, 1953- September 24, 1954 Prior to Steve Allen hosting The Tonight Show (Sept. 27, 1954-Jan. 25,1957) on network T.V. he hosted a similar late night show locally in New York City called the Steve Allen Show. (11:20pm-midnight). These Monday through Friday 40 minute telecasts included regulars, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon and Bobby Bryne and his orchestra. Sponsor was yet to become Knickerbocker beer.
#6964: STEVE ALLEN SHOW, THE
1953-09-04, WNBT 40 min.
Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon, Bobby Bryne

July 27, 1953- September 24, 1954 Prior to Steve Allen hosting The Tonight Show (Sept. 27, 1954-Jan. 25,1957) on network T.V. he hosted a similar late night show locally in New York City called the Steve Allen Show. (11:20pm-midnight). These Monday through Friday 40 minute telecasts included regulars, Steve Lawrence, Helen Dixon and Bobby Bryne and his orchestra. Sponsor was yet to become Knickerbocker beer. Note: SOME VARIATIONS IN SOUND QUALITY.
#6951: Martin and Lewis Thanksgiving Party Muscular Dystrophy Telethon
1953-11-25, ABC 110 min.
Jerry Lewis, Spike Jones, Danny Thomas, Phil Harris, Eddie Cantor, Vic Damone, Dean Jone, Carol Richards, Anna Marrie Alberghetti, Jone Wyman, Barbara Bates, Phil Stevens, Jule Styne, Dick Stabele

#5908: ANYTHING GOES
1954-02-28, WNBC 54 min.
Frank Sinatra, Bert Lahr, Ethel Merman

September 10, 1950-December 25, 1955. Presented on "COLGATE COMEDY HOUR." A Sunday evening variety hour. Most shows were comedy variety hours with guest hosts. A few comedy plays and musicals were also televised.

Ethel Merman recreates her starring role in this loosely based adaptation of the 1934 Cole Porter musical.
#5908*: COLGATE COMEDY HOUR: "ANYTHING GOES"
1954-02-28, WNBT 54 min.
N/A

September 10, 1950-December 25, 1955. Most shows were comedy-variety hours with guest hosts Martin & Lewis, Abbott & Costello, Eddie Cantor, Donald O'Connor, Bob Hope, Jimmy Durante, & Gordon MacRae. Starting in the Fall of 1952, occasional revues and musicals were broadcast. In the summer of 1955, the name of the series was changed to "Colgate Variety Hour," and when Colgate dropped its sponsorship, the show continued in January 1956 for one half season as the "NBC Comedy Hour." Woody Allen was one of the writers. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5953: SATINS AND SPURS
1954-09-12, WNBC 80 min.
Betty Hutton, Genevieve, Guy Raymond, Josh Wheeler, Edwin Phillips, Kevin McCarthy, Neva Patterson

Presented on "MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS." This was the first of Max Liebman's "Spectaculars," starring Betty Hutton in an original musical comedy vehicle about a romance between a rodeo queen and a writer-photographer who is doing an article about her. No open. Some sound variations.
#5953*: MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS: "SATINS AND SPURS"
1954-09-12, WNBT 78 min.
N/A

September 12, 1954-June 6, 1956. Max Liebman, producer of "Your Show of Shows," created lavish variety & musical programming spectaculars (later called specials), which aired on Saturday & Sunday nights once every four weeks. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#6965: Tonight starring Steve Allen
1954-09-27, WRCA 43 min.
Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence, Skitch Henderson, Gene Rayburn, Eydie Gorme

#5902: REVENGE WITH MUSIC
1954-10-24, WNBC 54 min.
Edward Everett Horton, Jerry Colonna, Harpo Marx, Anna Marie Alberghetti, Ray Middleton, Ilona Massey

Presented on "COLGATE COMEDY HOUR." Dietz-Schwartz musical about the Governor of a Spanish colony in 1812 who cannot resist the ladies.
#5902*: COLGATE COMEDY HOUR: "REVENGE WITH MUSIC"
1954-10-24, WRCA 54 min.
N/A

September 10, 1950-December 25, 1955. Most shows were comedy-variety hours with guest hosts Martin & Lewis, Abbott & Costello, Eddie Cantor, Donald O'Connor, Bob Hope, Jimmy Durante, & Gordon MacRae. Starting in the Fall of 1952, occasional revues and musicals were broadcast. In the summer of 1955, the name of the series was changed to "Colgate Variety Hour," and when Colgate dropped its sponsorship, the show continued in January 1956 for one half season as the "NBC Comedy Hour." Woody Allen was one of the writers. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5942A: PANAMA HATTIE
1954-11-10, WCBS 54 min.
Art Carney, Jack E. Leonard, Ethel Merman, Ray Middletown, Karin Wolfe, Neil Hamilton, Joseph Macauley, Betty O'Neill

Presented on "THE BEST OF BROADWAY." Ethel Merman reprises her Broadway role from the 1940 Cole Porter musical about a singer's efforts to impress the scion of Philadelphia society. Betty Furness contributes to the live commercials.
#5942*: BEST OF BROADWAY, THE: "PANAMA HATTIE"
1954-11-10, WCBS 54 min.
N/A

September 15, 1954-May 4, 1955. An anthology series of nine live broadcasts presented every fourth Wednesday. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5951: JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
1954-11-12, WNBC 54 min.
Cyril Ritchard, Billy Gilbert, Joel Grey, Celeste Holm, Peggy King, Arnold Stang, Leora Dana, The Ray Charles Choir

Presented on "PRODUCER'S SHOWCASE." This special color broadcast opens with the words, "The following program is brought to you in compatible color." For the first few years, NBC introduced all broadcasts presented in color with this introduction, prior to replacing the word "compatible" with the word "living" in 1957.

Classic fairy tale about a farm boy who trades the family cow for magic beans and climbs the beanstalk that grows from the beans, confronting an ogre. There are ten different songs presented in this live musical fantasy.
#5946: BEST FOOT FORWARD
1954-11-20, WNBC 80 min.
Marilyn Maxwell, Arte Johnson, Jeannie Carson, Bob Cummings, Charlie Applewhite, Hope Holliday

Presented on "MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS." Based on the 1941 Broadway hit, set on a school campus. A few edits during the opening of the program.
#5946*: MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS: "BEST FOOT FORWARD"
1954-11-20, WRCA 78 min.
N/A

September 12, 1954-June 6, 1956. Max Liebman, producer of "Your Show of Shows," created lavish variety & musical programming spectaculars (later called specials), which aired on Saturday & Sunday nights once every four weeks. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5910: LET'S FACE IT
1954-11-24, WNBC 54 min.
Bert Lahr, Robert Strauss, Betty Furness, Joan Blondell, Vivian Blaine, Gene Nelson, Jimmy Gleason, Virginia Gibson, Gloria Jean

Presented on "COLGATE COMEDY HOUR." A group of married women invite soldiers from a nearby Army camp to their homes. Based on the 1941 Cole Porter musical. No close otherwise complete.
#5910*: COLGATE COMEDY HOUR: "LET'S FACE IT"
1954-11-24, WRCA 54 min.
N/A

September 10, 1950-December 25, 1955. Most shows were comedy-variety hours with guest hosts Martin & Lewis, Abbott & Costello, Eddie Cantor, Donald O'Connor, Bob Hope, Jimmy Durante, & Gordon MacRae. Starting in the Fall of 1952, occasional revues and musicals were broadcast. In the summer of 1955, the name of the series was changed to "Colgate Variety Hour," and when Colgate dropped its sponsorship, the show continued in January 1956 for one half season as the "NBC Comedy Hour." Woody Allen was one of the writers. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5893: BABES IN TOYLAND
1954-12-18, WNBC 80 min.
Jack E. Leonard, Wally Cox, Dave Garroway, Barbara Cook, Dennis Day, Ellen Barrie

Presented on "MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS." This version is a lost television broadcast. Reprising the role of Santa Claus is Dave Garroway, who tells a young girl left in a department store the story of "Babes In Toyland."
#5893*: MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS: "BABES IN TOYLAND"
1954-12-18, WRCA 78 min.
N/A

September 12, 1954-June 6, 1956. Max Liebman, producer of "Your Show of Shows," created lavish variety & musical programming spectaculars (later called specials), which aired on Saturday & Sunday nights once every four weeks. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#6956: Academy Awards (27th annual)
1955-03-30, NBC 79 min.
Bob Hope, Tom Tully, Grace Kelly, Conrad Nagel, Johnny Desmond, Bob Cummings, David Rose, Thelma Ratter, Eva Marie

#5918: MERRY WIDOW, THE
1955-04-09, WCBS 75 min.
Edward Everett Horton, Barry Sullivan, Anne Jeffries, John Conte, Helena Bliss, Jack Russell

Presented on "MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS." Television adaptation of the 1907 Franz Lehar operetta. No open or close recorded.
#5918*: MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS: "THE MERRY WIDOW"
1955-04-09, WRCA 78 min.
N/A

September 12, 1954-June 6, 1956. Max Liebman, producer of "Your Show of Shows," created lavish variety & musical programming spectaculars (later called specials), which aired on Saturday & Sunday nights once every four weeks. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5904: THREE FOR TONIGHT
1955-06-22, WCBS 54 min.
Harry Belafonte, Gower Champion, Marge Champion

The three leads from the production of the Broadway musical revue star in this television adaptation. Complete broadcast. Has slight hum.
#6966: TONIGHT STARRING STEVE ALLEN
1955-08-26, WRCA 87 min.
Steve Allen, Andy Williams, Debbie Reynolds, Milton Berle, Steve Lawrence, Skitch Henderson, Gene Rayburn, Micki Marlo, Pete Ruggilo, Hy Averback

This broadcast was the last from Hollywood which wasthe home of Tonight Starring Steve Allen from June 27 to August 26, 1955. It was also the last time Hy Averback appeared as announcer.
#5924: ONE TOUCH OF VENUS
1955-08-27, WNBC 80 min.
Janet Blair, Mort Marshall, Russell Nype, George Gaynes, Laurel Shelby, Iggie Wolfington, Adina Rice, Mildred Traces

Television Adaptation of the 1943 Kurt Weill, musical fantasy about the romantic life of a barber and the statue of Venus that pursues him. No television close is recorded.
#5905: OUR TOWN
1955-09-19, WNBC 80 min.
Frank Sinatra, Paul Newman, Eva Marie Saint, Ernest Truex, Sylvia Field, Peg Hilligs, Carol Venzie

October 18, 1954-June 24, 1957. Presented on "PRODUCER'S SHOWCASE." Some of television's most notable single programs were presented on this highly acclaimed series… one of the most costly to be produced during the "Golden Age Of Television."

Frank Sinatra stars in this story of family life in the fictional town of Grover's Corners, New Hampshire.
#5905*: PRODUCER'S SHOWCASE: "OUR TOWN"
1955-09-19, WNBT 80 min.
N/A

October 18, 1954-May 27, 1957. Live ninety minute productions aired every fourth week. The range of material was vast, from dramas to musicals. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5998: TOGETHER WITH MUSIC
1955-10-22, WCBS 80 min.
Mary Martin, Noel Coward

Presented on "FORD STAR JUBILEE." Mary Martin and Noel Coward headline in this ninety minute review.
#5994: BETTY HUTTON SHOW, THE
1955-10-25, WNBC 30 min.
Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope, Betty Hutton

Presented on "CHEVY SHOW." Joining the supercharged songstress, comedienne and actress Betty Hutton are Jimmy Durante and Bob Hope. Vaudeville is the theme of this one hour variety show. Not complete.
#5987: HIGH TOR
1956-03-10, WCBS 90 min.
Everett Sloane, Bing Crosby, Hans Conreid, Julie Andrews, Nancy Olson, Lloyd Corrigan, John Picard

Presented on "FORD STAR JUBILEE." September 24, 1955-November 3, 1956. Broadcast entirely in color and sponsored by the Ford Motor Company, this series was a lavish presentation of monthly specials. The Judy Garland variety special launched the series to a rousing start on September 24, 1955. Based on a 1937 Broadway drama by Maxwell Anderson about the ghost of a 16th century Dutch girl, who aids a man struggling to keep his mountain from a group of people who are seeking to purchase it. At the end of the broadcast, the announcer states to viewers that the music from this production is available in stores on Decca Records.
#5987*: FORD STAR JUBILEE: "HIGH TOR"
1956-03-10, WCBS 96 min.
N/A

September 24, 1955-November 3, 1956. Monthly specials all broadcast in color. A variety of dramas, musicals, and for its final broadcast the TV premiere of the motion picture classic "The Wizard of Oz." Judy Garland's daughter Liza Minnelli and Bert Lahr introduce the film live. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#5997: MUSIC OF GERSHWIN, THE
1956-05-12, WNBC 78 min.
Tony Bennett, Ethel Merman, Alfred Drake, Cab Calloway, Richard Hayman, Lawrence Winters, Camilla Williams

Presented on "MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS." A ninety minute spectacular salute to George Gershwin, with over fifteen vocal songs presented and over a dozen instrumentals.
#5955: BLOOMER GIRL
1956-05-28, WNBC 80 min.
Barbara Cook, Keith Andes, Paula Stewart, Paul Ford, Carmen Matthews, Nydia Westman

Presented on "PRODUCER'S SHOWCASE." A romantic musical comedy about feminist and abolitionist Dolly Bloomer. This was the only adaptation of the 1944 Broadway hit to be presented on television. A proposed film version in the late 40's and early 50's never materialized due to the blacklist. Partial open, no end credits.
#5955*: PRODUCER'S SHOWCASE: "BLOOMER GIRL"
1956-05-28, WNBT 80 min.
N/A

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