|Title||:||never follow a banjo act|
|Plot||:||+ "Never Follow A Banjo Act". Sponsored by: Auto-Lite ($100,000 Charity Giveaway). A mature caberet performer is hired to coach a young crooner...who seems to enjoy playing with knives. Merman reads her lines like a Cole Porter finale, but gets to sing a couple of tunes with piano acompaniment, which makes it all worthwhile. The story was subsequently produced on "Suspense" on March 2, 1958. + Never Follow A Banjo Act is the story of a lady with a big voice and lots of good humor who meets a man with a soft voice and a very sharp knife. There’s no business like show business so it is no wonder show business is full of superstitions, never whistle in the dressing room, never give the curtain line of a play until dress rehearsal, don’t send your laundry line out if Monday night business is bad and of course the sentimental daddy of them all, the show must go on. This story concerns itself with a story that did not go on and the theatrical superstition which states never follow a banjo act with a banjo act/I>.|
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