Telephone Time: Season 3, Episode 10

I Get Along Without You Very Well (12 Nov. 1957)

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Frank Baxter ...
Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Bartel ...
Mrs. Thompson
Michael Bryant ...
Thompson
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Himself
Kaye Elhardt ...
Betty
Sally Fraser ...
Alice
Joan Granville ...
Secretary
Hollis Irving ...
Martha
Ben Lessy ...
Lou Dorsey
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Sid Kramer
Walter Winchell ...
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An A-to-Z of an artistic creation
4 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Telephone Time tells a story of actor/composer Hoagy Carmichael, and the creation of one of his songs. He puts the music to a poem that was sent to him, and finds that he has a quite nice song, and that someone wants to record and publish it. It then becomes necessary to track down the original poetess, and get permission to use her words, which have becomes lyrics. The step-by-step of this process makes for an entertaining detective story, with a surprise at the end. It closes with Dick Powell's voice in the original recording of the opus that is also the title of the episode. Other Entertainment and News personages also appear as themselves.


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