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OPENING OF CHRISTMAS TIME VARIETY SHOW 1950 TO THE TUNE OF O' COMO O' YE FAITHFULL
CHIOR OF CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JOHN DEVINE - HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING
MAYOR OF NEW YORK VINCENT R. IMPELLITTERI THANKS BOB HOPE FOR ENTERTAINING THE TROUPS
LILY PONS (OPERATIC SOPRANO)- EQYPTIAN OPERATIC PRODUCTION NUMBER
ROBERT CUMMINGS AND BOB HOPE - MEDLEY OF STATE SONGS STATES
ROBERT CUMMINGS AND BOB HOPE - TAP DANCE / SOFT SHOE DUET
ROBERT MAXWELL - MEDLEY PLAYED ON HARP
ROBERT MAXWELL - THE MAN I LOVE ( PLAYED ON HARP)
LIVE COMMERCIAL FOR FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES OVEN , REFRIGERATOR CHRISTMAS THEME
NEW YORK SUBWAY TAIN SETTING FOR A CHRISTMAS COMEDY ROUTINE WITH BOB HOPE AS A MACY'S SANTA CLAUS
ROBERT CUMMINGS & BOB HOPE - COMEDY MACY'S SANTA CLAUS ROUTINE SET ON A NEW YORK SUBWAY MIDGET SANTA CLAUS
BOB HOPE, ROBERT CUMMINGS - BERTHOFF'S, WOOLWORTHS & KLEINS ( SONG ABOUT NEW YORK DEPARTMENT STORES )
BETTY BRUCE - TAP DANCE ROUTINE
LILY PONS, ROBERT CUMMINGS AND BOB HOPE - CHRISTMAS MORNING OPERATIC PARODY SKIT
SAINT JOHN DEVINE CHIOR - IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR ( CHRISTMAS SONG)
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT - PRO-AMERICA SPEECH
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