The Jack Benny Program: Season 4, Episode 10

Goldie, Fields and Glide (21 Mar. 1954)

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Jack starts recalling his old vaudeville days and the tours he made with his two partners--Bing Crosby and George Burns--in their act billed as "Goldie, Fields and Glide".

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Jack starts recalling his old vaudeville days and the tours he made with his two partners--Bing Crosby and George Burns--in their act billed as "Goldie, Fields and Glide".

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The Gypsy in My Soul
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Music by Clay Boland
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10 December 2006 | by (Springfield, Missouri) – See all my reviews

Well, it don't get much better than this. Three major stars of their day, having conquered vaudeville, radio, movies, popular music and lately television; visionaries of the entertainment industry, having a little dance together. Bing Crosby, voted by American GI's as the most popular wartime entertainer, a Best Actor Oscar under his belt. George Burns, straight man to the funniest woman of his day, due for even greater success in the future. What were their secrets? Well, surely that's evident here, showing willingness to learn and practice an old soft-shoe dance routine. The premise is a fictitious vaudeville routine, and the story is American folklore.


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