Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator, John Daly, greets the group and instructs them to don their masks for the ... See full summary »

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Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator, John Daly, greets the group and instructs them to don their masks for the first guest. He is General Mark Clark, college president of the Citadel in South Carolina. The panel is utterly lost here, and General Clark wins by default. In conversation with Mr. Daly, General Clark mentions his national chairmanship of the American Heart Foundation. He urges all who are watching to give generously next Sunday, Heart Sunday, when volunteers will knock on doors, asking for donations. Next up is one Miss Dorothy McMahon of Portland, Oregon. Miss McMahon owns and operates a steam bath for men. Again, the panel is very much at sea, and Miss McMahon wins the round by default. Tonight's mystery celebrity guests are Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. Bennett Cerf asks if they are titans of the musical theater and Arlene Francis identifies them, based on their response. Mr. Cerf notes... Written by johnmike59

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19 February 1956 (USA)  »

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In conversation with Rodgers and Hammerstein, Bennett Cerf asks about the film adaptation of "Carousel." He asks why the song "You're A Queer One, Julie Jordan." is not featured in the motion picture. Mr. Rodgers answers, a bit acerbically, that the tune wound up on the cutting room floor. See more »

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