A 75th birthday salute to Bob Hope at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
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Fred MacMurray remembers his time on Broadway with Bob Hope, in the musical "Roberta" in 1933. MacMurray introduces Bert Convy, who sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" from the 1935 film version. In the film, Hope's role was assumed by Fred Astaire. Carol Lawrence sings and performs in a tap dance to "It's De-Lovely" by Cole Porter introduced by Hope in the 1936 Broadway musical "Red, Hot and Blue." See more
I hope you live as long as this evening seems to me.
References Charlie's Angels
Stop and Smell the Roses
by Mac Davis and Doc Severinsen
Sung by Mac Davis See more