Perry Como hosts with guests Ben Blue, Joan Blondell, dance team (Danny) Hoctor and (Betty) Byrd, Snag Werris, Siri, Anita West, actor Stanley Prager, and singer Patti Page. Perry sings "... See full summary »

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Perry Como ...
Himself - Host
Ben Blue ...
Himself - Comedian
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Herself - Guest Actress / Comedic Dancer
Hoctor and Byrd ...
Themselves - Guest Dancers
Stanley Prager ...
Himself - Guest Actor
Siri ...
Herself - Guest Actress
Ray Charles ...
Himself - Guest Vocalists (as Ray Charles Choir)
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Herself - Singer
Ronnie Como ...
Himself (age 13)
David Como ...
Himself (age 7)
Terri Como ...
Herself (age 6)
Snag Werris ...
Himself - Guest Magician
Fred Irving Lewis ...
Himself - Guest Broadway Entertainer
Joseph Walsh ...
Himself - Guest Actor (as Joey Walsh)
Anita West ...
Herself - Guest Actress
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Perry Como hosts with guests Ben Blue, Joan Blondell, dance team (Danny) Hoctor and (Betty) Byrd, Snag Werris, Siri, Anita West, actor Stanley Prager, and singer Patti Page. Perry sings "Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." Perry woos Joan to be on the show, but she falls asleep thanks to some sleeping pills from her doctor. Page sings "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window." Ben Blue plays in "Montmartre," a silent sketch where he gets the best of snobs in a French bar. Perry takes his kids to a museum where the paintings talk back. Blondell, Blue and Como do a comedy dance as hobos. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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14 February 1953 (USA)  »

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Perry Como's three children, Ronnie, David, and Terri, were introduced, and they participated in several of the comedy sketches. See more »

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I Confess
(uncredited)
Written by Jack Lawrence, Gunnar Hoffsten, and Tryggve Arnesson
Performed by Perry Como with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
phonograph record playing in record shop
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