|Plot||:||+ Sponsored by: Kraft Parkay, Pabst-Ett (silent butler premium). Gildersleeve takes voice lessons and dreams of his debut at the Metropolitan Opera! Lillian Randolph (as "Birdie") joins announcer John Wald in one of the Parkay commercials. Harold Peary manages an abbreviated version of "The Toreador Song" from "Carmen." New Years Day 1950. Today is the dawn of a new year, a dawn which brings the promise of happiness to some, of worldly gain to others and despair to a few. At least that’s the way it affects the Harris household. Alice looks forward to it with happiness. And Phil… Well you know what Phil’s like. Our budding opera star the great Gildersleeve gats a little upset as he is determined to win fame but he doesn’t want to lose the friendship of the Jolly Boys.|
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