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#5910: COLGATE COMEDY HOUR: "LET'S FACE IT"
1954-11-24, WNBC, 54 min.
Bert Lahr, Robert Strauss, Betty Furness, Cole Porter, Joan Blondell, Vivian Blaine, Gene Nelson, Jimmy Gleason, Virginia Gibson, Gloria Jean

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. 

Presented on "COLGATE COMEDY SHOW." 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.             
#9483: COLGATE COMEDY HOUR: "LET'S FACE IT"
1954-11-24, WNBC, 49 min.
Bert Lahr, Robert Strauss, Betty Furness, Cole Porter, Joan Blondell, Vivian Blaine, Gene Nelson, Jimmy Gleason, Virginia Gibson, Gloria Jean

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. 

Presented on "COLGATE COMEDY SHOW." A group of married women invite soldiers from a nearby Army camp to their homes. Based on the 1941 Cole Porter musical. 
Among the original songs of the original show are: "Everything I Love," "Farming," "Let's Not Talk About Love," "You Irritate Me So," "Lay Needs a Rest," "A Little Rumba Numba," "Ace in the Hole," "I Hate You Darling," and "Rub Your Lamp." 
No close otherwise complete.                                       
#1356: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR: THE MUSIC OF COLE PORTER, THE
1964-01-28, WNBC, 52 min.
John Raitt, Martha Wright, Donald Voorhees, Ethel Merman, Peter Nero

January 12, 1959-April 26, 1968. This musical series ran semiregularly for almost ten seasons-sometimes weekly, sometimes biweekly, and sometimes as irregularly scheduled specials. All types of music were presented on the hour series; Donald Voorhees conducted the Bell Telephone Orchestra.
#977: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR: THE MANY FACETS OF COLE PORTER, THE
1965-05-25, WNBC, 51 min.
Nancy Dussault, Dolores Gray, George London, Jean Fenn, John Davidson, Donald O'Connor, Cole Porter

A Cole Porter musical tribute with perfomers Erroll Garner, Dolores Gray, George London, Jean Fenn, Nancy Dussault, John Davidson and host Donald O'Connor.
#1386: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR: THE MANY FACETS OF COLE PORTER, THE
1965-05-25, WNBC, 51 min.
N/A

See program #977.
#986: WORDS AND MUSIC BY COLE PORTER
1965-11-25, WNBC, 51 min.
Robert Goulet, Maurice Chevalier, Nancy Ames, Cole Porter

Maurice Chevalier, Robert Goulet and Nancy Ames offer a musical tribute to Cole Porter. There are variations in sound quality during the opening three minutes of the program.
#7867: COLE PORTER IN PARIS
1973-01-17, NBC, 60 min.
Connie Stevens, Diahann Carroll, Louis Jourdan, Perry Como, Cole Porter, Charles Aznavour, Twiggy, Alan Johnson, Barbara Alston, Graciela Daniele

The music of Cole Porter is saluted.   

Perry Como is the host.               
#9960: COLE PORTER IN PARIS
1973-01-17, NBC, 60 min.
Connie Stevens, Diahann Carroll, Louis Jourdan, Perry Como, Cole Porter, Charles Aznavour, Twiggy, Alan Johnson, Barbara Alston, Graciela Daniele

The music of Cole Porter is saluted.   

Perry Como is the host.  

Duplicate of #7867.                                        
#7305: OSCAR'S GREATEST MUSIC
1975-11-25, ABC, 52 min.
Eddie Fisher, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Rock Hudson, Kirk Douglas, Maurice Chevalier, Jack Lemmon, Burt Lancaster, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Sammy Davis Jr., Cole Porter, Mae West, Liza Minnelli, Isaac Hayes

    Memorable musical moments from 20 years of Academy Awards programs.
Jack Lemmon is host.  

Judy Garland sings a medley of Cole Porter songs (1965); Eddie Fisher sings Love is a Many Splendid Thing ((1956); Rock Hudson and Mae West team up to do Baby its Cold Outside (1958); Maurice Chevalier re-creates Thank Heaven For Little Girls (1959); Louis Armstrong performs The Bare Necessities (1958); Burt Lancaster & Kirk Douglas do comic number It's Great Not To Be Nominated; Frank Sinatra sings Star ((1969; Liza Minnelli performs in a tribute number to Oscar (1974); Sammy Davis Jr. sings a number of nominated Oscar songs from the past (1968),. Isaac Hayes plays The Theme From Shaft (1972); and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers do an impromptu dance on their way to present an Oscar award (1967).                                             
#10060: OSCAR'S GREATEST MUSIC
1975-11-25, ABC, 52 min.
Eddie Fisher, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Rock Hudson, Kirk Douglas, Maurice Chevalier, Jack Lemmon, Burt Lancaster, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Sammy Davis Jr., Cole Porter, Mae West, Liza Minnelli, Isaac Hayes

    Memorable musical moments from 20 years of Academy Awards programs.
Jack Lemmon is host.  

Judy Garland sings a medley of Cole Porter songs (1965); Eddie Fisher sings Love is a Many Splendid Thing ((1956); Rock Hudson and Mae West team up to do Baby its Cold Outside (1958); Maurice Chevalier re-creates Thank Heaven For Little Girls (1959); Louis Armstrong performs The Bare Necessities (1958); Burt Lancaster & Kirk Douglas do comic number It's Great Not To Be Nominated; Frank Sinatra sings Star ((1969; Liza Minnelli performs in a tribute number to Oscar (1974); Sammy Davis Jr. sings a number of nominated Oscar songs from the past (1968),. Isaac Hayes plays The Theme From Shaft (1972), and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers do an impromptu dance on their way to present an Oscar award (1967). 

Duplicate of # 7305.  

                                                       
#7414: STEVE LAWRENCE AND EYDIE GORME: "FROM THIS MOMENT ON."
1977-03-10, NBC, 00 min.
Bob Hope, Steve Lawrence, Cole Porter, Eydie Gorme, Ethel Merman, Natalia Makarova

A Salute To The Music Of Cole Porter.                        
#9514: STEVE LAWRENCE AND EYDIE GORME: "FROM THIS MOMENT ON."
1977-03-10, NBC, 60 min.
Bob Hope, Steve Lawrence, Cole Porter, Eydie Gorme, Ethel Merman, Natalia Makarova

Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme and guests present a musical salute to Cole Porter.                     
#10098: STEVE LAWRENCE AND EYDIE GORME: "FROM THIS MOMENT ON."
1977-03-10, NBC, 00 min.
Bob Hope, Steve Lawrence, Cole Porter, Eydie Gorme, Ethel Merman, Natalia Makarova

A Salute To The Music Of Cole Porter.


Duplicate of # 7414.
#5249: FROM THIS MOMENT ON...COLE PORTER
1979-05-03, WPIX, 52 min.
Bob Hope, Steve Lawrence, Cole Porter, Eydie Gorme, Ethel Merman, The Cambridge University Glee Club

A Cole Porter special salute.
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