Your Hit Parade (1950–1959)
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Episode dated 12 November 1955 

Highlights from the episode include Snooky Lanson's take on "The Yellow Rose of Texas" wearing a Union cavalry uniform in front of a large Confederate flag; Raymond Scott and the Hit Parade... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview:
Dorothy Collins ...
Herself - Vocalist
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Herself
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Himself - Vocalist
The Hit Paraders and Dancers ...
Themselves
Raymond Scott ...
Himself - Orchestra Leader
The Hit Parade Orchestra ...
Themselves - Orchestra
Tad Tadlock ...
Dancer (as Thelma Tadlock)
Tom Hanson ...
Himself - Dancer
André Baruch ...
Himself - Announcer
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Highlights from the episode include Snooky Lanson's take on "The Yellow Rose of Texas" wearing a Union cavalry uniform in front of a large Confederate flag; Raymond Scott and the Hit Parade Orchestra performing the jazz instrumental, "Tiger Rag"; Gisele MacKenzie as an African explorer contemplating her doom in iron cooking pot, singing "We'll Have These Moments to Remember" before being rescued by a vine-swinging jungle-hero; and Thelma Tadlock as a very sexy Little Red-Riding Hood getting the better of a wolf on two legs while dancing to "Autumn Leaves". Written by David Bassler

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12 November 1955 (USA)  »

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Suddenly There's a Valley
Written by Chuck Meyer (uncredited) and Biff Jones (uncredited)
Performed by Dorothy Collins
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