The show opens with Frank Sinatra reading a letter from a viewer. He then reads a "letter" from Faye asking for advice on how to succeed in television. She sits next to him and tells him ... See full summary »

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The show opens with Frank Sinatra reading a letter from a viewer. He then reads a "letter" from Faye asking for advice on how to succeed in television. She sits next to him and tells him the only thing she can do is talk and he offers to help her learn how to sing. He then sings I've Got a Crush on You. They get up and go to the bar to have a Pepsi. Frank next gives Faye a dance lesson after claiming to have taught Gene Kelly how to dance. Afterwards, the two talk about Frank's television show, the connection fans have with TV stars and TV critics. Written by Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research

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9 March 1951 (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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