The Jackie Gleason Show

Music U.S.A. (23 Mar. 1957)

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Episode credited cast:
Count Basie ...
Himself - Guest Jazz Pianist
Ray Bloch ...
Leo DeLyon ...
Don Elliott ...
Himself - Guest Jazz Trumpeter
Herself - Guest Soprano Opera Vocalist / Hostess
Bobby Hackett ...
Himself - Guest Coronet Player
Dick Haymes ...
Himself - Guest Vocalist
The June Taylor Dancers ...
Jack Lescoulie ...
Himself - Announcer
Herself - Guest Jazz Vocalist
Joe Williams ...
Himself - Guest Jazz Vocalist


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Jackie Gleason is on vacation this week. This entire show is dedicated to musical variety in the style of Gleason's old Stage Show series. Sarah Vaughan sings 'But Not For Me' and 'How High the Moon'; Dick Haymes sings 'What's New?'; Haymes and Kathryn Grayson sing 'True Love'; trumpeter Bobby Hackett solos with 'Poor Butterfly.' See more »

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