Fred wakens from a nap to hear Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm singing in tune and accompanying themselves on musical instruments--amazing, since they can't even talk yet. Famous manager Eppy Brianstone signs up the kids, and they become an overnight sensation. Wilma and Betty jet around to the kids' performances and Fred and Barney are largely left behind. On the eve of their departure for Eurock, Fred decides no one is going to deprive the babies of their childhood, contract or no contract. Written by
Did You Know?
The title refers to Irving Berlin
's anthem to entertainment "There's No Business Like Show Business" that was used in the movies Annie Get Your Gun
(1950) and There's No Business Like Show Business
(1954), sung in the latter movie by Ethel Merman
who originally sang it in the Broadway production of Annie Get Your Gun. The original Broadway production of "Annie Get Your Gun" opened at the Imperial Theater on Thursday evening, May 16th, 1946 and it ran for 1,147 performances. See more
(1960)'s closing credits differ as this season debut concludes. Pebbles' and Bamm-Bamm's musical singing voices of their hit song and playing musical instruments, is heard as this one concludes. See more