|Title||:||command performance (130) ronald colman, ginny simms, cary grant|
|Plot||:||+ Program #130. AFRS origination. The date above is the recording date, the program was released during the autumn of 1944. The first tune is, "The Man I Love." A program by "The Teabag Battalion" (meaning Englishmen, even though, at the time, loose tea was favored over bags). Cary Grant sings, "Watching The Trains Come In." Ida Lupino joins Ronald Colman in a duet of, "I've Got Sixpence." The cast does a British mystery in which Bulldog Drummond solves a murder mystery. Who shot the Earl of Burpingham? Most amusing! Ginny sings a haunting, "Lili Marlene." Command Performance USA brings you the greatest entertainers in America as requested by the fighting men of the United States Armed Forces throughout the world.Mistress of Ceremonies is Dixie diva Dinah Shore who opens the show singing It Had to Be You.Guests include Louis Jordan singing Taking A Chance On Love, Musical Quartet The Sportsmen perform In My Arms, comedian Bill Thompson, Carlos Ramirez who sings Gypsy Lament and Ruth Hussey.|
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