Red Skelton emcees this episode saluting million selling records. Guests and their songs are Rudy Vallee ("Whiffenpoof Song"), Martha Tilton with trumpeter Ziggy Elman ("And the Angels Sing... See full summary »

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Red Skelton emcees this episode saluting million selling records. Guests and their songs are Rudy Vallee ("Whiffenpoof Song"), Martha Tilton with trumpeter Ziggy Elman ("And the Angels Sing"), Georgia Gibbs ("Tweedle Dee"), Gene Austin (medley including "My Blue Heaven"), Frankie Laine ("Jezebel"), The Andrews Sisters (medley of hits), comedians Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson and Flournoy Miller (Mack and Moran's comedy "Early Bird Catches the Worm"), and a Vallee and Gary Crosby duet ("Play a Simple Melody"). Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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16 February 1956 (USA)  »

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The Andrews Sisters reunite for the first time since their split. Gene Austin sings 'My Blue Heaven.' Gary Crosby performs. Georgia Gibbs sings, 'Kiss of Fire', and 'Tweedle-Dee-Dee.' Frankie Laine performs 'Mule Train, 'Jezebel', 'I Believe' and 'That Lucky Old Sun.' Rudy Vallee sings 'Vagabond Lover', 'The Wiffenpoof Song' and 'The Stein Song.' Red Skelton, who claims his songs are not mentionable on the air, joins other special guests Flournoy Miller, Martha Tilton, and Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson. See more »

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