Faye talks about the record Goodnight Irene, by The Weavers, selling two million records. The group sings it in the background and then finishes the song on camera. Faye talks to the group ... See full summary »

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Faye talks about the record Goodnight Irene, by The Weavers, selling two million records. The group sings it in the background and then finishes the song on camera. Faye talks to the group as they all have some Pepsi. They talk about how they met and became a group. They then sing the song The Roving Kind. After chatting with Faye some more, they sing Sloop John B. The group says they will be going on tour in January 1951. The show ends with Pete and Fred playing the Pepsi jingle. Written by Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research

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16 November 1950 (USA)  »

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A 16mm film print of this show is available for viewing at the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research in Madison, WI. See more »

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