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Mormon Tabernacle Choir ...
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Patricia McBride ...
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Olivia does a charming turn as hostess for Festival of Spring...
1 July 2007 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

This is one episode that I recall watching back in 1965 and it was a very worthwhile "Bell Telephone Hour: Festival of Spring" featuring OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND as the charming hostess for a program of music and dance.

This was shortly after de Havilland's two films of that period were released: LADY IN A CAGE and HUSH...HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE, and she looked very lovely--the perfect sort of hostess for a musical program celebrating Spring.

Among the performers: singers ANITA GILLETTE and DOROTHY COLLINS, EDWARD VILLELLA, PATRICIA MacBRIDE (both ballet dancers) and tenor RICHARD TUCKER, all performing with style and grace.

Summing up: Pleasant entry in the Bell Telephone Hour series.


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