Musical program with four singers. Douglas and Van sang the popular songs while Noel and Warner or Peterson sang the more classical songs. The singers were backed by Trendler's 34-piece orchestra. Written by
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Did You Know?
This DuMont musical show was broadcast out of Chicago. It featured a large supporting ensemble (Robert Trendler
's orchestra consisted of 32 pieces!)compared to DuMont's other poverty-stricken efforts. Still, this show was without lavish sets or fancy gimmicks. DuMont could squeeze the buffalo off a nickel out of necessity (look at what it did to Captain Video and His Video Rangers
(1949), which had a prop budget of $25 a week - and it was DuMont's biggest hit). See more