CTVA US Music Variety - "The Bob Crosby Show" (CBS Daytime 1953-57)(NBC Summer 1958)

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The Bob Crosby Show (1953-58)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
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THE BOB CROSBY SHOW
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CBS Daytime (14Sep53-30Aug57)
NBC (14Jun58-06Sep58)
Produced by Louis DaPron (1958)

US Music Variety series 1953-57, Summer 1958

Hosted by Bandleader Bob Crosby

Bob Crosby was Bing Crosby's younger brother

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CBS Daytime Monday to Friday (30 min) (14Sep53-30Aug57)
Regulars: (1953-57)
The Modernaires
Joan O'Brien
Jack Narz

Cathy Crosby (later seasons) (Bob's daughter)

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NBC Saturdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern (60 min) (14Jun58-06Sep58)
Summer Replacement for "The Perry Como Show"
Produced by Louis DaPron
Regulars: (1958)
Gretchen Wyler
The Peter Gennaro Dancers
The Clay Warnick Singers
The Carl Hoff Orchestra
Emmett Kelly
(clown)

Bob Crosby hosts a one-hour prime-time variety show

 [01] The Bob Crosby Show
14Jun1958 NBC Sat
Guests
The Everly Brothers
comedian Joey Bishop
Highlights:
All join in for "S'Wonderful".
Bob sings "Return to Me".
The Everly Brothers sing "All I Have to Do is Dream".
Bob solos with "Body and Soul".
Bob and Gretchen duet with "It's All Right With Me".
The Orchestra performs "Muskrat Ramble".
Bob sings "Big Noise from Winnetka".
The Everly Brothers sing "Claudette".
Bob closes with "South Rampart St. Parade". [RF]

[02] The Bob Crosby Show
21Jun1958 NBC Sat
Guests
Georgia Gibbs
Steve Lawrence


[03] The Bob Crosby Show
28Jun1958 NBC Sat
Guests
The Fontane Sisters
and Gary Crosby.

[04] The Bob Crosby Show
05Jul1958 NBC Sat
Guests
Kathryn Grayson
and comedian Jackie Cannon.

[05] The Bob Crosby Show
12Jul1958 NBC Sat
Guests
Peggy Lee
and comedian Jack Carter.

[06] The Bob Crosby Show
19Jul1958 NBC Sat
Guests
vocalists Georgia Gibbs
and Jimmie Rodgers
British comedian Max Bygraves
and The International Youth Jazz Orchestra.

[07] The Bob Crosby Show
26Jul1958 NBC Sat
Guests
Dorothy Collins
comedienne Jean Carroll
and vocalists The Kalin Twins.

[08] The Bob Crosby Show
02Aug1958 NBC Sat
Guests
singer Julie London
comedian Henny Youngman
and vocalist Jerry Vale.

[09] The Bob Crosby Show
09Aug1958 NBC Sat
Guests
The Andrews Sisters
Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd
and vocalist George Hamilton IV.

[10] The Bob Crosby Show
16Aug1958 NBC Sat
Guests
singer Johnny Desmond
songstress Denise Lor
comedian-dancer John Bubbles
and comic Corbett Monica.

[11] The Bob Crosby Show
23Aug1958 NBC Sat
Guests
singer Bobby Darin
comedy team of Allen and DeWood
and The Modernaires.

[12] The Bob Crosby Show
30Aug1958 NBC Sat
Guests
comedian George DeWitt
vocalist Vaughn Monroe
singers June Valli
and Leslie Uggams.

[13] The Bob Crosby Show
06Sep1958 NBC Sat
Guests
Eddie Foy Jr.
Billy Eckstine
comedian Gary Morton
vocalist Eileen Rodgers.

*NOTE: Last show of the series. "The Perry Como Show" returns September 13, 1958.

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