|Title||:||command performance (005) george jessel, connie boswell, oscar levant|
|Plot||:||+ Program #5. AFRS origination. The program was recorded March 29, 1942, released April/May, 1942 and originates from New York City. The first tune is, "Deep In The Heart Of Texas." A recording is played of Don Dunphy and Bill Corum describing the fifth and sixth rounds of the Joe Louis-Abe Simon fight of March 27, 1942. Simon was knocked out in the sixth. Talullah reads, "What Is America?" by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Georgie telephone mother, Oscar Levant plays, "The Rhapsody In Blue." The system cue is not heard. + Command Performance tailored by the American entertainment profession for the best-dressed men in the world the men in the uniforms of Uncle Sam’s armed forces leads off with a request from the boys in Iceland for star of the Broadway hit High Kickers Georgie Jessel. Also singing Deep In The Hearts Of Texas Miss Joan Edwards and other guests include Carmen Miranda and Tallulah Bankhead plus sports news of the day.|
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