The Star Spangled Revue with Bob Hope (1950)

Bob Hope's first Television special, broadcast Easter Sunday, 1950. It features comedy, dance, singing, and some fine piano playing. Hope performs a sketch poking fun at NBC's early television culture, and delivers a memorable rendition of, "Baby, It's Cold Outside." The show features Douglas Fairbanks, Dinah Shore, and the Mexico City Boys Choir singing the Hallelujah Chorus.

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