Bing Crosby Radio show from 60, 65, or 70 years ago this week !

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  1. Dr. Pepper

    Dr. Pepper What, me worry? Thread Starter

    Bing Crosby Podcast 1952-11-20 Ep07 Guests Dinah Shore, Joe Venuti, Gordon MacRae's Railroad Hour 1952-11-17 Ep216 On Your Toes

    No. 7 20th November 1952

    Transcribed in Hollywood (9th November 1952). Announced by Ken Carpenter. With Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires, Joe Venuti and Dinah Shore.


    Where The Blue Of The Night Opening Theme

    *The Glow Worm (a) with Rhythmaires

    *The Live Oak Tree (b) with Rhythmaires

    *Takes Two To Tango with Dinah Shore

    But Not For Me Dinah Shore

    *Dinah (c) with Buddy Cole (Piano)

    Estralita Joe Venuti (Violin)

    *Silver Bells (d) with Dinah Shore & Rhythmaires

    Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea Dinah Shore

    *Wish You Were Here

    Where The Blue Of The Night Closing Theme
     
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  2. paulmock

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    SORRY! I just read the transcribed date. WOW!!!!! Talk about strength!
     
  3. Dr. Pepper

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    Nope, The first three of the season were recorded before she passed and before Bing left for an over seas gig. Then he comes back, she relapses goes into a comma. Bing has Judy Garland guest host. His wife dies November 1st 1952. Bing has Jimmy Stewart guest host. Then 9 days after his wife's death Bing records the 11-13 episode with Dinah Shore. Now who knows maybe his wife told him to keep going, or his way of grieving was through his work? It does seem strange though.
     
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  4. paulmock

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    Reminds me of Sinatra going on with his show at Caesars Palace knowing that his mother's chartered jet had disappeared over the San Gorgonio Mountains in January 1977. He did a flawless performance...then completely fell apart as soon as he reached backstage.
     
  5. Dr. Pepper

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    For the next number of shows you can tell Bing and the whole show really, are a little off. Totally understandable, but noticeable. To me the rest of the run never have the vitality of the shows before Bings wife's death, but a big piece of that are budget cuts due to television.
     
  6. Dr. Pepper

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    One of my favorite appearances on the Bing Crosby Show with Guest Judy Garland in a Thanksgiving Show!

    Judy Garland Podcast 1946-11-27 Bing Crosby Show with Guest Judy Garland in a Thanksgiving Show (Mindi)

    No. 7 27th November 1946
    (a)



    Transcribed in Hollywood (11th & 13th November 1946). Announced by Ken Carpenter. With Chorus, The Charioteers, Skitch Henderson, The Les Paul Trio and Judy Garland.


    *Where The Blue Of The Night Opening Theme

    *Ol’ Buttermilk Sky (b) with Chorus

    *Gotta Get Me Somebody To Love (c) with The Les Paul Trio

    I’ve Got You Under My Skin Skitch Henderson (Piano)

    Comedy Dialogue Bing Crosby & Judy Garland

    Liza Judy Garland

    ‘Wild Turkey Hunt’ Sketch (d) Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter & Skitch Henderson

    *Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (e) with Judy Garland

    *All By Myself (f) with Skitch Henderson (Piano)

    *You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (g) with Chorus

    *Where The Blue Of The Night (h) Closing Theme
     
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  7. wvk3

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    I love that turkey hunt sketch when Judy cracks up. Listen to this every Thanksgiving.
     
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  8. Dr. Pepper

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    Amazing how risque it is for the time! "Those ain't my eyes! You're looking down my..."
     
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