CTVA US Music Variety - "The Julius LaRosa Show" (NBC) Season 3 (Summer 1957)

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Season 3 (NBC) (Summer 1957)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

########### The Julius LaRosa Show ###########
############ season 3 Summer 1957 ############
############### (final season) ###############
NBC Saturdays 8:00-9:90pm EST (60 min) (15Jun57-7Sep57)
Summer replacement series for The Perry Como Show

3.1 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
15Jun1957 NBC Sat [Alton Telegraph Illinois]
Guests
Count Basie
The Seven Ashtons


3.2 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
22Jun1957 NBC Sat
Singer June Valli
comedian George de Witt
the acrobatic team The Kovacs
and The Everly Brothers appear on Julius' show. Julius sings, "Nice Work If You Can Get It",
"So Rare" and "It's All Right With Me". The closing number is "The Continental".
Miss Valli, who will co-star on NBC-TV's 'Yindy Williams-June Valli Show" starling in July, will
sing "I Get a Kick Out of You' and "Come Rain or Come Shine" on the La Rosa program.
In other segments of the full-hour colorcast DeWitt will deliver a comedy monologue,
The Kovacs will demonstrate their skill on the trampoline
and the young Everly Brothers Don, 19 and Phil, 17 will offer "Bye Bye Love," their recent hit recording.

La Rosa's songs will 'include "Nice Work If You Can Get It," "So Rare"
and a medley of "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams." "I'm Glad There Is You," "I'm Confessing " and "Mountain Greenery."

The program will conclude with La Rosa,
the Louis Da Pron Dancers and Artie Malvin Chorus in a production of "It's All Right With Me."

3.3 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
29Jun1957 NBC Sat
Guests
singer Dorothy Shay
comic Ben Blue
The Four Famses acrobats

3.4 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
06Jul1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Stubby Kaye
Bobby Van
The Fontaine Sisters
The Piero Brothers


3.5 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
13Jul1957 NBC Sat

3.6 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
20Jul1957 NBC Sat
Guests
comedienne Jean Carroll
singer Eileen Rogers
acrobats The Bruxelios
vocalists The Four Coins

3.7 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
27Jul1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Henny Youngman
Eydie Gorme
Steve Lawrence
acrobats The Three Houcs

3.8 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
03Aug1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Elaine Malbin
Joey Adams
Al Kelly
Rose Marie
Frankie Carlo Trio
The Maxwells


3.9 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
10Aug1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Connie Boswell
Corbett Monica
Lou Carter
Johnny Mathis
Victor Julian.


3.10 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
17Aug1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Peggy King
Harvey Stone
Norman Erskine
Alcetty
Ralph Marterie Band.


3.11 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
24Aug1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Jay Lawrence
Sunny Gale
The Skyrettos
The Ames Brothers
The Bob Hamilton Trio

3.12 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show
31Aug1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Jodie Sands
Andy Williams
The Four Freshmen
The Bob Hamilton Trio
Three Ghezzis


3.13 [--] The Julius LaRosa Show [Final Show]
07Sep1957 NBC Sat
Guests
Stubby Kaye
Jaye P. Morgan
Lou Carter
The Kirby Stone Quartet
Buddy Morrow Orchestra


*Note: Last show of the summer season.
The Perry Como Show  premieres September 14, 1957
with guests George Sanders, Ginger Rogers and Lou Carter.

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