In the last show before its 1956 summer hiatus, the program stages the top seven songs of the week (and two extras) in a vacation theme. Highlights include Dorothy Collins' rendition of "... See full summary »

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Bill Colleran

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Episode cast overview:
Dorothy Collins Dorothy Collins ... Herself - Vocalist
Snooky Lanson ... Himself
Gisele MacKenzie ... Herself
Russell Arms ... Himself - Vocalist
The Hit Paraders and Dancers The Hit Paraders and Dancers ... Themselves
Raymond Scott Raymond Scott ... Himself - Orchestra Conductor
The Hit Parade Orchestra The Hit Parade Orchestra ... Themselves - Orchestra
Tom Hanson Tom Hanson ... Himself - Dancer
André Baruch André Baruch ... Himself - Announcer
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In the last show before its 1956 summer hiatus, the program stages the top seven songs of the week (and two extras) in a vacation theme. Highlights include Dorothy Collins' rendition of "Wayward Wind" as she travels by train to her Mexican vacation, Tom Collins' dances to "Moonglow" when he visits a Greek ruin where the statues of beautiful women come to life, Gisele MacKenzie performing "Heartbreak Hotel" as the weird proprietor of a haunted inn. The entire cast closes the program dancing to the week's No. 1 hit, "Picnic". Written by David Bassler

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vacation | train | ruin | hotel | dance | See All (22) »

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9 June 1956 (USA) See more »

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Wayward Wind
Written by Stanley Lebowsky and Herb Newman
Performed by Dorothy Collins
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