Chesterfield Sound Off Time (1951–1952)

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"Sound-Off Time" was a live, half-hour variety series with Fred Allen and Bob Hope alternating at hosts, and not very successfully. However, on December 16, 1951, "Sound-Off Time" aired the... See full summary »

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"Sound-Off Time" was a live, half-hour variety series with Fred Allen and Bob Hope alternating at hosts, and not very successfully. However, on December 16, 1951, "Sound-Off Time" aired the pilot for "Dragnet." The broadcast garnered "Sound-Off Time's" best rating. It's sponsor, Liggett & Myers Tobacco, promptly dropped the comedians in favor of the cop. Written by Anonymous

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