The Bob Hope Show (1950– )

"15 of My Leading Ladies" or "Richard Burton Eat Your Heart Out". 

Bob Hope is reunited with several of his screen leading ladies.

Director:

Jack Shea

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Hope ... Himself - Host
Lucille Ball ... Herself - Guest
Joan Caulfield ... Herself
Joan Collins ... Herself - Guest
Arlene Dahl ... Herself
Phyllis Diller ... Herself
Rhonda Fleming ... Herself
Joan Fontaine ... Herself
Signe Hasso ... Herself
Hedy Lamarr ... Herself
Dorothy Lamour ... Herself
Marilyn Maxwell ... Herself
Virginia Mayo ... Herself
Dina Merrill ... Herself
Vera Miles ... Herself
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Storyline

Bob Hope returns to work at NBC for the fall season and is subjected to a physical by a network doctor (Paul Lynde). Hope is distracted by thinking about his famous leading ladies. First, through a song and dance dream sequence, next through a memory of Schwab's Drugstore, and finally during his hunt for Scarlett O'Hara in his new musical of "Gone With The Wind." Written by Michael Mooney

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 September 1966 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Hope Enterprises See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Hope talks about the new TV shows like "How The West Was Won," linking it to discussion of California politics talking about Governor Pat Brown and Ronald Reagan, who ran against Brown and won, becoming Governor in January 1967. Hope jokes about First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's visit to California on a "Beauty and Conservation Tour" in early September 1966. See more »

Goofs

Lucy and Hope break each other up to the point that Lucy looks to the camera as if to say "Are we cutting?" See more »

Quotes

Hank Hellman: [about 'Gone With The Wind' as a musical] It'll be bigger than 'My Fair Lady' and 'Mary Poppins' combined!
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Connections

References Mary Poppins (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

I Believe In You
Written by Frank Loesser
Sung by Arlene Dahl, Marilyn Maxwell and Rhonda Fleming
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