The Bell Telephone Hour: Season 4, Episode 6

A Trip to Christmas (22 Dec. 1961)

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1. Jane Wyatt - Introduction; 2. Lennon Sisters - Santa Claus is Coming to Town 3. Jane Wyatt - Letter To Virginia; 4... See full synopsis »

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Herself - Hostess (as Miss Jane Wyatt)
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Bil Baird ...
Offscreen Puppeteer
Cora Baird ...
Offscreen Puppeteer
Phyllis Curtin ...
Herself - Opera Soprano
Lisa della Casa ...
Herself (Operatic Soprano)
Lois Hunt ...
Herself (Opera Soprano)
Janet Lennon ...
Herself (as The Lennon Sisters)
Kathy Lennon ...
Herself (as The Lennon Sisters)
Margaret Lennon ...
Herself (as The Lennon Sisters)
Violette Verdy ...
Edward Villella ...
Earl Wrightson ...
Himself (Operatic Baritone)
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1. Jane Wyatt - Introduction; 2. Lennon Sisters - Santa Claus is Coming to Town 3. Jane Wyatt - Letter To Virginia; 4... See full synopsis »

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When introducing the "Nutcracker" excerpts, Jane Wyatt mentions that "tonight, on Christmas Eve, the Nutcracker dances with the Sugar Plum Fairy". In nearly all productions of "The Nutcracker", which Villella and Ms. Verdy both danced with the New York City Ballet, the Nutcracker does not dance with the Sugar Plum Fairy. It is the Sugar Plum Fairy's cavalier who dances with her. If the Nutcracker dances with anybody (as he does in the Baryshnikov version), it is with Clara, the heroine of the ballet. However, in a German-American production of the ballet first shown on U.S. TV in December of 1965, Villella again appears as the Nutcracker, and in this one he dances in turn with both Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy. See more »

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God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
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Sung by Earl Wrightson
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