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Bob Hope Chevy Show


(DISC 1)

April 9, 1950 - FIRST BOB HOPE TV SHOW

Bob Hope's debut in the "Star Spangled Revue" with guests Douglas Fairbanks Jr.,
Dinah Shore, Beatrice Lillie and Hal LeRoy. Also appearing are Maurice Rocco,
the Mexico City Boys Choir and the Jack Cole Dancers.
Highlights: Bob Hope and Dinah Shore sing a rendition of "Baby, It's Cold Outside"
set in an igloo. "Dragalong Cavendish," an Anglicized version of "Hopalong Cassidy."
Dinah Shore sings "I Didn't Know What Time It Was".

(DISC 2)

December 2, 1951 - VAUDEVILLE

From Hollywood, Bob Hope is joined by Bob Crosby, Eddie Bracken, Weber & Fields,
The Skylarks, The Rio Brothers, Toni Arden, and Frank Faylen.
This musical comedy hour salutes the American Guild of Variety Artists.

(DISC 3)

March 29, 1953

Bob Hope welcomes songstress/actress Rosemary Clooney and dancer/singer/actor
Mickey Rooney for an hour of comedy and music. Also appearing The Bell Sisters
and Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 4)

May 11, 1954

Bob Hope's guests are Dorothy Lamour, Edmond O'Brien, Sheldon Leonard and Verna Felton.
Also appearing announcer Hy Averback and Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 5)

January 9, 1955

Bob Hope and his gang, William Holden, Anita Ekberg, Robert Strauss, Hedda Hopper,
Margaret Whiting and the Nick Castle Dancers travel to Greenland to entertain
the troops with a comedy and musical revue. Highlights: Bob Hope does his usual
comic monologue about life in the military. William Holden and Robert Strauss join
Bob in a Stalag 17 parody. Anita Ekberg is on hand for the soldiers.
Margaret Whiting sings "We're Having a Heat Wave", and cracks up in a routine with Bob.

(DISC 6)

April 26, 1955

Bob Hope's guests are Lloyd Nolan, Hans Conried, Jerry Colonna, Parisian chanteuse
Line Renaud, Vicki Draves, Miss Malta & Company dog act.
Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 7)

February 28, 1956

From England, Bob Hope's guests include French chanteuse Line Renaud,
actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr., British comedian Tommy Trinder and The Bernard Brothers.
Highlights: Fairbanks joins Hope in a satire on British commercials.
Line Renaud and Bob are caught smuggling California wine into Paris.
Tommy Trinder presents his version of "A Night at the Palladium".
The Bernard Brothers perform an excerpt from their act at Pigalle in Paris.
Bob Hope presents six lovely ladies in costume representing their respective
countries: Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Scotland and Sweden.

(DISC 8)

March 2, 1958

Bob Hope's guests are Bing Crosby, Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner and Anita Ekberg.

(DISC 9)

October 14, 1958

Bob Hope's guests are Joan Crawford, France's famous clown, Fernandel
Robert Strauss, Hillary Brooke and the Bernard Brothers.
With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 10)

May 1, 1956

Bob Hope's guests are Kathryn Grayson, Pearl Bailey and George Sanders.
With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 11)

December 28, 1956

USO Alaska Xmas Show Bob Hope's guests include Ginger Rogers, Desi Arnaz,
Mickey Mantle, Jerry Colonna, Peggy King, DelRubio Triplets and Joan Rhodes.
Highlights: Mickey Mantle plays a pampered spoiled private who has just been drafted,
much to the chagrin of Commander Hope.

(DISC 12)

January 16, 1959

USO Xmas European Bases Show. From the Azores; Port Lioti, Africa; Marone and Madrid
in Spain; Barona, Bajensa, and aboard the USS Forrestal at Naples, Italy;
Frankfurt, and Tempelhof in West Berlin, Germany; Prestwick, Scotland; Keflavik,
Iceland; and Goose Bay, Labrador. Bob Hope along with guests Gina Lollobrigida,
Molly Bee, Elaine Dunn, Randy Sparks, Hedda Hopper, and Jerry Colonna entertain
service personnel stationed abroad. Highlights: Gina sings "Non Dimenticar".

(DISC 13)

February 10, 1959

Bob Hope's guests are Maureen O'Hara, Danny Thomas and Carol Haney.
With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 14)

January 13, 1960

Bob Hope entertained troops in Alaska for Christmas. Bob Hope's guests include
Jayne Mansfield, TV Western star Steve McQueen and his wife, dancer Neile Adams,
singer Frances Langford, zany Jerry Colonna, musician Tony Romano,
dancer Patty Thomas, actor Peter Leeds and the Skinnay Ennis Orchestra.
Highlights: Patty Thomas and Bob Hope dance "Bear dance".
Frances Langford sings "Night and Day". A Japanese sketch is performed by Hope,
McQueen, Leeds. Jayne Mansfield sings "I've Got a Crush on You."
"If I Had My Way" is performed by Bob Hope, Jerry Colonna and Tony Romano.
Neile Adams performs "I Enjoy Being a Girl". All join in for "Standing on the Corner"
. Frances Langford sings "Silent Night".

(DISC 15)

April 12, 1961

Bob Hope's guests are James Darren, Phil Harris and Patti Page.
With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: Bob and Patti portray a giddy couple with
their own "Population Explosion", 16 offspring. Patti, Bob and Phil join in
"The Last Angry Husband", a satire in which the eternal triangle is bent out of shape.
Patti Page sings "Dondi" and "Darktown Strutters Ball". Bob and Phil perform
"Hey, Look Me Over". James Darren performs "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" and
"Wild About that Gal".

(DISC 16)

November 16, 1960

From the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Bob Hope's guests are Steve McQueen,
Neile Adams and Kay Starr. Also Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

(DISC 17)

February 27, 1962

Bob Hope's guests are Jack Paar, Joan Collins, Steve Allen, Joanie Sommers,
Sid Melton, Robert Strauss and a cameo appearance Bing Crosby.
David Rose and His orchestra Highlights: Bob, Steve and Jack in a skit called
"The King and Us" discussing who will replace Jack Paar when he leaves the show.
Bing Crosby makes a surprise guest appearance at the end of the sketch.
A spoof on "Car 54" called "Bicycle 54, Are You There?" in which Steve and Bob play
a British "Toody and Muldoon" working on the killing of Sir Roger Wilco.
Joanie Sommers has a big production number as she sings "It's Love".
Joan Collins plays the first woman customs inspector.

(DISC 18)

February 22, 1960

Bob Hope's guests are Ginger Rogers, Wally Cox, golfer Jimmy Demaret, and the winners
from the Photoplay Magazine Gold Medal Awards; Millie Perkins, Troy Donahue,
Producer Ross Hunter and Director Michael Gordon. With the David Rose Orchestra.
Highlights: Bob, Ginger and Wally do a sketch titled "Life in the Afternoon".
Bob and Ginger duet on "Ballin' the Jack". Ginger performs "I Got Rhythm".

(DISC 19)

December 13, 1961

Bob Hope's guests are Danny Thomas, James Garner and Nancy Kwan.
Also the 1961 Hollywood Deb Stars as well as the 1961 Look All-America Football Team.
With Gary Collins, Lance Alworth, John Hadl and Roman Gabriel.

(DISC 20)

May 15, 1956 Bob Hope's guests are Vic Damone, Kim Novak, Leo Durocher and Ken Murray.
With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

Bob Hope Vietnam Years 1964 - 1972

Join Bob and his cast of characters as they entertain the troops during the Vietnam years:

(Disc 21)

1964 Guam, Okinawa, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam

1965 Guam, Thailand, The Phillipines, Wake Island and abroad USS Ticonderoga

1966 Danang, Saigon, USS Franklin Deleno Roosevelt and USS Bennington

(Disc 22)

1967 Saigon, Long Bihn, Danang and Cam Rahn Bay

1968 Hope's 18th Christmas abroad and his 5th Tour of Vietnam

1969 Europe and Southeast Asia

(Disc 23)

1970 England, Germany, Thailand, Guam, Korea, Vietnam

1971 Honolulu, Wake Island, Okinawa, Thailand, Vietnam, Spain, Cuba

1972 Japan, Korea, Thailand, Diego Garcia Island, Phillipines, Guam, Wake Island, Shemya Island, Vietnam & the USS Midway.

(DISC 24)


Best Picture:On the Waterfront

Best Actor:Marlon Brando On the Waterfront

Best Supporting Actor:Edmond O'Brien The Barefoot Contessa

Best Actress:Grace Kelly The Country Girl

Best Supporting Actress:Eva Marie Saint On the Waterfront

Best Director:Elia Kazan On the Waterfront





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