Show # 1  October 4, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Greer Garson. Script Notes:  Ernie's first guest is film star Greer Garson, whom -we all find out- is just a country girl at heart. The first televised performance of Ernie's signature  inspirational closer, "Take My Hand, Precious Lord". Musical Numbers: I Almost Lost My Mind: Ernie / Alabamy Bound: Ernie and The Voices / Take My Hand, Precious Lord: Ernie and The Voices of Walter Schumann. Cast: Ernie Ford, Reginald Gardner, Greer Garson, The Voices of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 2  October 11, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Famed Beverly Hills Restraunteur Mike Romanoff. Script notes: After only one show, NBC quickly rethought their brilliant idea of pairing Ernie with Reginald Gardner, and replaced him with sportscaster and Hollywood radio personality Gil Stratton, Jr., who would last only for two shows.  In one of his most memorable performances, Ernie does a classic version of the ballad, 'First Born'; performing it as the show's inspirational closer. Musical Numbers: Breezin' Along With The Breeze:  Ernie and The Voices of Walter Schumann / Cotton Candy And A Toy Balloon: Ernie / First Born: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Mike Romanoff, Gil Stratton, Jr., Voices of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 3 October 18, 1956

Ernie's Guest: The ever-effervescent Zsa Zsa Gabor. Script notes: A Ford Show Classic ~ Ernie's first -and one of his greatest- Ford Show performances  of 'Sixteen Tons'. We say so long to Gil Stratton, Jr., in this, his last appearance on The Ford Show...and the last appearance for any straight-man on The Ford Show. Musical Numbers: Sixteen Tons: Ernie / Friendly Persuasion: The Voices of Walter Schumann / Love: Ernie and Zsa Zsa / Noah Found Grace In The Eyes Of The Lord: Ernie and The Voices Of Walter Schumann. Cast: Ernie Ford, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Gil Stratton

 

Show # 4   October 25, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Mickey Spillane. Script notes: Ernie gets the inside dope on hard-boiled pulp-noir, from the original hard-boiled guy himself, writer Mickey Spillane, the creator of Mike Hammer. The first of only 18 Ford Shows in five years to close without an inspirational number. Musical Numbers: Happiness Street: Ernie and The Voices / Whistle A Happy Tune: The Voices / Shine On Harvest Moon: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Mickey Spillane, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 5  November 8, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Broadway sensation Carol Channing. Script Notes: The Ford Show shines the footlights on Vaudeville in a musical sketch featuring Ernie, Carol and The Voices. The second Ford Show to close without an inspirational number. Musical Numbers: Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age: Ernie, Ken Remo, Johnny Guarnieri, Dick Wessler, Don Kent (from The Voices) / Hambone: Ernie and Carol / Little Rock: Carol / Love Me Tender: Ernie / Floatin' Down To Cotton Town: Ernie, Carol and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Carol Channing, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 6   November 15, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Bandleader Spike Jones and his City Slickers. Script Notes: Spike Jones very possibly led the way for punk in popular music. As bizarre, outlandish, and unpredictable as he was talented, a Spike Jones show or appearance never failed to stir things up. Characterizing himself -perhaps best- Jones called he and his band, "...the dandruff in longhair music". Ah...culture. Highlights: look for a Classic "golf-cart drive-on by Billy Barty -- he steals the show! Musical Numbers: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans: Ernie and The Voices / Lay Down Your Arms: Ernie and Spike / Canadian Sunset: The Voices / Just A Closer Walk With Thee: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Spike Jones, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 7  November 22, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Actor Adolph Menjou. Script Notes: The Ford Show's first Thanksgiving Holiday show, this  Classic airing features the first of two visits by the great Adolph Menjou, one of the silver screen's greatest stars, and closes with one of Ernie's most memorable performances of what would become a Ford Show tradition each year; the simple prayer, 'Bless This House'. A classic in every sense of the word. Musical Numbers: Company's Comin': Ernie and The Voices / Swing: The Voices / I'll Be Back A' Sunday: Ernie / Bless This House: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Adolph Menjou, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 8  November 29, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Actress Corinne Calvet. Script Notes: One of the movies' busiest leading ladies, Corinne Calvet was a veteran of 15 major motion pictures by the time of her appearance on The Ford Show, including 1949's Rope Of Sand, with Burt Lancaster, and The Far Country, with Walter Brennan. This November, '56 airing was her first and only visit to The Ford Show. Musical Numbers: The Green Door: Ernie and The Voices / If I Had My Druthers: Ernie and Corinne / The Rovin' Gambler: Ernie / Friendly Persuasion: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Corinne Calvet, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 9  December 6, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Actor, Producer  Ken Murray (Host of  'The Hollywood Blackouts'). Script Notes:  Although it was his only appearance on The Ford Show, Ken Murray's spot was a show-stopper. His hit show, "Hollywood Blackouts" was one of the longest-running, most popular comedy revues in town.  This Ford Show airing was the first time the show's cast had ever performed on television. (Ford Show Trivia: Ken Murray's co-host and 'straight man', Marie Wilson -not with him on this show- was Ernie's guest on Ford Show # 42 ~ October 10, 1957). Musical Numbers: Singin' The Blues: Ernie and The Voices / That's All: Ernie / I Saw Esau: Ernie and The Voices / First Born: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Ken Berry, the cast of Hollywood Blackouts 1956, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 10  December 13, 1956

Ernie's Guests: Television, film and record stars Margaret and Barbara Whiting. Script Notes: Fresh from their hit show, 'Those Whiting Girls', the Whiting sisters join Ernie for one of the best all-around musical Ford Shows of the first season. Highlights include Ernie, Barbara and Margaret together, performing some Classic standards with equally classy three-part harmonies. A knock-out! Musical Numbers: It's A Good Day: Ernie and The Voices / Elijah Rock: The Voices / The Money Tree: Margaret and Barbara / Just Sittin' On Top Of The World, Sometimes I'm Happy, Japanese Sandman, Breezin' Along With The Breeze, Ain't We Got Fun, Too Marvelous For Words, She's Funny That Way, Moonlight In Vermont, The Old Soft Shoe, Y'all Come: Ernie, Margaret and Barbara / Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home: Ernie / When They Ring Those Golden Bells: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Margaret and Barbara Whiting, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 11  December 20, 1956

Ernie's Guests: Actor Lee Aaker and Rin Tin Tin. Script Notes: The stars of one of TV's most popular western action shows, "Rin Tin Tin"-- Lee Aaker and his loyal dog, "Rinnie" join Ernie and the whole Ford Show family for this first of the series' five Christmas shows. Musical Numbers: I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm, Jingle Bells, Deck The Halls, Joy To The World, The Christmas Song, Fum, Fum, Fum, Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Hark The Herald Angels Sing, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Children Go Where I Send Thee, The First Noel, White Christmas, Adeste Fidelis, Silent Night: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Lee Aaker, Rin Tin Tin, Buck Ford, Brion Ford (Ernie's two sons) Curtis Stone, Steve Stone, Jonathan Stone, Linda Stone (Producer Cliffie Stone's kids) The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 12  December 27, 1956

Ernie's Guest: Actress Spring Byington. Script Notes: Ernie convinces Spring to let him propose to her...on behalf of his bashful uncle Bulger, of course! Musical Numbers: There's Gonna Be A Great Day: Ernie and The Voices / Buckle Down, Winnsocki: The Voices / Spoonin' Moon: Ernie and Spring / You'll Never Walk Alone : Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Spring Byington, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 13  January 3, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Silver Screen and Broadway singing star, Nelson Eddy. Script Notes: During their heyday as studio players under contract to MGM, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald did musical blockbuster after musical blockbuster and  became known as "America's Singing Sweethearts". Ernie was a great fan of both and does his level best to do Jeanette's part in this hilarious send-up of the legendary lovers' classic love scenes. A great show, nonetheless, for all the fans who remember... Musical Numbers: Mine All Mine: Ernie and The Voices / Mutual Admiration Society: Ernie and Nelson / Two Different Worlds: Nelson / Sweet Hour Of Prayer: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Nelson Eddy, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 14  January 10, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Emcee and TV personality Jack Bailey. Script Notes: In his first of three Ford Show visits, Jack Bailey, host of daytime TV's reigning half-hour, "Queen For A Day", convinces Ernie to let him do some comedy and music--"...something they never let me do on Queen For A Day, Ern!" Needless to say, we soon find out why! The third Ford Show to close without an inspirational number. Musical Numbers: Singin' The Blues: Ernie and The Voices / A Most Unusual Day: The Voices / Wabash Blues: Ernie and The Voices / Try A Little Tenderness: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Jack Bailey, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 15  January 17, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Singer Rosemary Clooney. Script Notes: One of Ernie's closest pals, and one of the smoothest singers in the business, this early '57 airing was Rosie Clooney's first of five visits to The Ford Show. In one of his most compelling performances, backed only by guitarist Bobby Gibbons, Ernie closes the show with the hauntingly beautiful, 'Wayfaring Pilgrim'. Musical Numbers: Glad Rags: Ernie and The Voices / Love Is A Feelin': Rosemary / Hog Tied Over You: Ernie and Rosie / Wayfaring Pilgrim: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Rosemary Clooney, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 16  January 24, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Actor Ben Alexander. Script Notes: Dragnet's Ben Alexander -a Ford dealer in addition to being an actor- drops by for a few lessons in selling cars from the master himself... Musical Numbers: Lamp Posts Of Old Broadway: Ernie and The Voices / Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane, Bei Mir Bis Du Shoen, Three Coins In The Fountain, If I Didn't Care, Mr. Sandman, Tonight You Belong To Me: The Voices / Shake Rattle And Roll: Ernie and The Voices / Somebody Bigger Than You Or I: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Ben Alexander, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 17   January 31, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Actor Aldo Ray. Script Notes: Ernie finds himself in a foxhole with macho  screen man Aldo Ray. Musical Numbers: Banana Boat / Paddlin' Madeline Home / Take My Hand, Precious Lord: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Aldo Ray, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 18  February 7, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Silver screen legend Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Script Notes: Ernie's plans to make Fairbanks feel at home backfire... The fourth Ford Show to close without an inspirational number. Musical Numbers: The Watermelon Song: Ernie and The Voices / Elijah Rock: The Voices /  Rock A Bye Your Baby: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., The Voices of Walter Schumann

 

Show # l9 February 14, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Legendary Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper. Script Notes: Arguably one of the most powerful people in Hollywood, one wrong word in Hedda Hopper's column could literally make or break someone in the business. As flamboyant as she was powerful, Hedda became as well known for her love of outrageous and garish hats as she for her love of the town she wrote about. Musical Numbers: Marianne: Ernie and The Voices / Skip To My Lou: The Voices /  Can I Canoe You Down The River: Ernie and Hedda /  Because : Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Hedda Hopper, The Voices of Walter Schumann

   

Show #20 February 21, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Teen-idol-in-the-making, Tommy Sands. Script Notes: Groomed for teenage stardom along with Molly Bee, by producer Cliffie Stone (responsible for discovering Ernie) Tommy Sands joins Ernie for his first Ford Show appearance. Musical Numbers: Alabamy Bound: Ernie, Johnny Guarnieri, Dick Wessler, Ken Remo, Don Kent (from The Voices) / Teen Age Crush: Tommy /  Don't Go Courtin' In A Hot Rod, Too Much: Ernie and Tommy / Who At My Door Is Standing: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Tommy Sands, The Voices of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 2l February 28, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Singer and actress Jeannie Carson. Script Notes: Ernie and the gang recreate a 'bit 'o London' for bubbly Brit sensation Carson in this  2/28/57 installment. Musical Numbers: The Watermelon Song: Ernie and The Voices / Alexander's Ragtime Band: The Voices / With A Little Bit Of Luck: Ernie and Jeannie / He'll Understand And Say Well Done: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Jeannie Carson, The Voices of Walter Schumann

 

Show #22 March 7, 1957

Ernie's Guest:  Andy Devine. Script Notes: As America's Favorite Sidekick, Andy Devine charmed movie audiences and endeared  himself to millions of  around the country; riding with the likes of Gene and Roy, and hosting one of television's earliest, most successful kid's shows--Andy's Gang ("Plunk Your Magic Twanger, Froggie...!" --Remember?). Following this March of '57 airing, Andy became one of Ernie's closest pals, and a perennial Ford Show favorite, coming back for five visits over the years. Musical Numbers: Jubilation T. Cornpone: Ernie and The Voices /  La Danza, O Sole Mio, Italian Street Song, Tourna Sorrento: The Voices / The Old Chisholm Trail: Ernie and Andy / Noah Found Grace In The Eyes Of The Lord: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Andy Devine, The Voices of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 23   March 14, 1957

Ernie's Guest:  George Gobel. Script Notes: Ambling over from CBS for a visit to his old pal Ernie, George Gobel makes his first of many appearances in this Ford Show Classic from March of 1957. In one of the series' most hilarious sketches, George does the magic act they won't let him do on his own show, and proceeds to make Ernie disappear --into a 'network twilight zone', where he reappears over at CBS--on Playhouse 90, The 64,000 Question and, naturally, The George Gobel Show! Inspired writing (headed up by Norman Lear and Danny Arnold) ...priceless laughs...a Ford Show Classic from curtain to curtain! Musical Numbers: Clancy Lowered The Boom: Ernie and The Voices / A' Sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed: Ernie and George / Just A Closer Walk With Thee: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, George Gobel, Johnny Guarnieri, Howard Chitjean and Dick Wessler (From The Voices)

 

Show # 24 March 21, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Steve Allen. Script Notes: In another classic sketch continuing writer Norman Lear's sideswipes at network TV, Steve tries to convince Ernie to use the newest technological advancement in television: the canned audience. "It's called the Bop-A-Rola, Ernie. Just set the dial ...you've got six settings for laughs, three levels of applause...it's all right here. No need for all these...people up there. And no matter how bad your show is, Ernie, the Bop-A-Rola here can make it a hit...!" Naturally, one touch from Ernie, and the newest advancement promptly explodes! The fifth Ford Show to close without a hymn. Musical Numbers: Banana Boat: Ernie and The Voices / I Dreamed: The Voices / Cotton Candy And A Toy Balloon: Steve / Hog Tied Over You: Ernie, Steve, and The Voices / Sleepy Time Down South: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Steve Allen, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 25 March 28, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Singer Jo Stafford. Script Notes: One of the all-time greatest singers of American  pop music, Jo Stafford was best known for her hits with soldiers overseas, earning her the nickname, "G.I. Jo". Her training under the likes of Tommy Dorsey also earned her a reputation of being one of the most versatile singers in the business, at home and comfortable with a Broadway show tune, a Hoagy Carmichael standard, or a Dorsey swinger. In this first visit to The Ford Show, she and Ernie reminisce about Radio Days. Musical Numbers: Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age: Ernie, and The Voices / Round And Round: The Voices / Takin' A Chance On Love: Jo / Hey, Good Lookin', Friendship: Ernie and Jo / I Am A Pilgrim: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Jo Stafford, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 26 April 4, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Pat O'Brien. Script Notes: The Silver Screen's Father Flanagan pay a visit  to the little screen's Father Peapicker and confesses he's always wanted to play the heavy... Musical Numbers: Company's Comin': Ernie and The Voices / Sweet Sugar Cane: The Voices / Dear Old Donegal: Pat / The Old Rugged Cross: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Pat O'Brien, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 27 April 11, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Wally Cox. Script Notes: TV's Mr. Peepers comes to Ernie for some  needed lessons in confidence...Peapicker-style. Musical Numbers: False Hearted Girl: Ernie and The Voices / Chantez, Chantez: The Voices / I Want To Be Ready: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Wally Cox, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 28 April 18, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Jackie Cooper. Script Notes: One of the movies' most popular leading men and the star of the NBC hit sitcom, "The People's Choice", Jackie Cooper visits Ernie in this Easter, '57 broadcast, finding both of them trying to keep their tailors happy. Standout moment--Ernie and Jackie's duet of "Here Comes Peter Cottontail". Musical Numbers: I'm Walkin': Ernie and The Voices / Easter Parade: The Voices / Peter Cottontail: Ernie, Jackie and Cleo / The Lord's Prayer: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Jackie Cooper, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 29 April 25, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Caesar Romero. Script Notes: Making the first of two visits to the Ford Show, suave, debonair Caesar Romero is Ernie's guest for this April 25, 1957 effort. Musical Numbers: Why Baby, Why?: Ernie and The Voices / Rock and Roll Square Dance: The Voices / The Ninety And Nine: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Caesar Romero, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 30 May 2, 1957 

Ernie's Guest: Joseph Cotten. Script Notes: Cotten, star of  TV's "On Trial", puts Ernie on the witness stand in this sixth Ford Show to close without a hymn. Musical Numbers: Blackberry Boogie: Ernie / Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho: Ernie and The Voices / September Song: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Joseph Cotten, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

   
Show # 31 May 9, 1957 (Pre-empted)    
     

Show #  32   May 16, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Singer and actress Marilyn Maxwell. Script Notes: Ernie and The Ford Show gang try to make singer Marilyn Maxwell and her husband, TV writer Jerry Davis feel at home by actually bringing their living room to the NBC soundstage. Highpoint: Ern and Marilyn tear it up with a kick-the-doors-down duet of "Ain't Nobody's Business But My Own". Musical Numbers: It's A Good Day: Ernie and The Voices / Night And Day / I Get A Kick Out Of You / What Is This Thing Called Love / Get Out Of Town / I Love You: The Voices / Nobody's Business But My Own; Ernie and Marilyn / Peace In The Valley: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Marilyn Maxwell, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 33   May 23, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Molly Bee. Script Notes: One of producer Cliffie Stone's discoveries, and a regular  on Ernie's daily NBC variety  show (which ran from January of 1956 until June of '57) Molly Bee  became one of the country's most popular singers on the nightclub, fair, and television guest circuit throughout the 1950's. This was her first Ford Show appearance, and a natural showcase to perform her newest hit, "Baby Can Rock". Musical Numbers: Sunday Down In Tennessee: Ernie, The Voices (guys) / The Trolley Song: The Voices / Who Will Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot: Ernie / Baby Can Rock: Molly / Make Like A Bunny, Honey: Ernie and Molly / Our Thanks To Thee: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Molly Bee, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 34   May 30, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Walter Brennan. Script Notes: As the star of TV's The Real McCoys, Walter Brennan was everybody's favorite Grandpa. An accomplished character actor and three-time Oscar winner, Brennan made his way up through the Hollywood ranks the hard way; right through the middle of Central Casting. For years, he subsisted on extra roles only, until discovered in late 1949. In this first of two Ford Show appearances, Walter tries to erase an old debt to Ernie by giving him his prized possession: Solly, the Wonder Horse (right). Hey...!Ford Show Trivia! The head peeking out over Ernie's shoulder on the right is none other than then-stage manager Selwyn Touber--who would go on to become The Ford Show's director for 3 of its five seasons. Oh, by the way, Ernie's the one with the moustache. Musical Numbers: School Days: Ernie and The Voices / Medley: Take Me Out To The Ballgame, Button Up Your Overcoat, Rain, Stormy Weather, Rain On The Roof: The Voices / Singin' In The Rain: Ernie and Walter / Softly And Tenderly: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Walter Brennan, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 35   June 6, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Preston Foster. Script Notes: Taking a break from his hit action-adventure series, 'The Waterfront' actor Preston Foster joins Ernie for this June installment of The Ford Show; the seventh to close without a hymn. Highlights include a hilarious sketch with Preston and Ernie...at sea. All's well until a stage hand gets a little to free with the water machine...! Musical Numbers: Floatin' Down To Cotton Town / Waitin' For The Robert E. Lee: Ernie and The Voices / Blind Barnabus: The Voices / Minnie The Mermaid: Ernie and Preston / She's Funny That Way: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford, Preston Foster, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 36   June 13, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Dr. Frank Baxter. Script Notes: O.k....let's see a show of hands--remember "Mr. Hemoglobin"? If you were an elementary school kid or teacher in the '50's, you do...because you went to school with Dr. Frank Baxter. Acting as everyone's favorite guide through the murky waters of math and science, Baxter was the 'host' of scores of public school, government-produced educational films, opening the door for "Mr. Wizard", and paving the way for interactive education in America. But all that goes right out the old window when he shows up armed with a set of bongos, determined to make it in show-biz...with Ernie's help, of course! Musical Numbers: Sugar Foot Rag: Ernie and The Voices / Surrey With The Fringe On Top, Thanks For The Buggy Ride: The Voices / Cotton Candy And A Toy Balloon: Ernie and The Voices / When God Dips His Pen Of Love In My Heart: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, Dr. Frank Baxter, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 37   June 20, 1957

Ernie's Guest: Danny Arnold. Script Notes: Ford Show writer, and comedian Danny Arnold appears in his alter-ego as Fred Frickie, Stage Hand To The Stars. Classic TV fans will recognize Arnold as the creative genius who would go on to create and produce 'Barney Miller', andother great classic shows. Musical Numbers: Down By The O-Hi-O: Ernie and The Voices / Summertime: Ken Remo and The Voices / Flaming Mamie; Danny and Ernie / Poor Wayfaring Pilgrim: Ernie. Cast: Ernie Ford,  Danny Arnold, The Voices Of Walter Schumann

 

Show # 38   June 27, 1957

Ernie's Guests: The Four Preps, Sue Rainey, Jack Barry. Script Notes: The last show of the 1st season. Musical Numbers: Promise Me, Baby: Ernie and The Voices / Draft The Four Lads: The Four Preps / The Careless Years: Sue Rainey / Sixteen Tons: Ernie / Bless Your Peapickin' Hearts: Ernie and The Voices / God Be With You: Ernie and The Voices. Cast: Ernie Ford, The Voices of Walter Schumann, The Four Preps, Sue Rainey, Jack Barry

 
     
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