|Title||:||big show 501224 jimmy durante, robert merrill|
|Plot||:||+ Sponsored by: Anacin, RCA Victor. The first tune is, "If I Were King," sung by Bert Lahr. General Jonathan Wainwright speaks from Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky. Ed Wynn wants to tell what happen to "Carmen" during the intermission, but tells what happened to "Figaro" instead. "A Letter To Virginia" is read. This show was broadcast on Christmas Eve in 1950 for the men and women in service all over the world through the Cooperation of the Associated Services of the Armed Forces you are about to be entertained by some of the biggest names in show business. For the next hour and thirty minutes this show will present in person such bright stars as Jimmy Durante, Bert Lahr, Robert Merrill, Margaret O'Brien, Edith Piaf, Ed Wynn, Meredith Wilson and your host Miss Tallulah Bankhead.|
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