Old TIme Radio At Its Finest

In the late 1940s and early 1950s Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis created some of the most irresistible hilarity in the history of entertainment. Now you can enjoy the Martin and Lewis Show, which aired on NBC Radio from 1949 through 1953. Listen in to the Podcast, and find out what all the fuss was about!



Friday, August 21, 2009

Episode 57: With Virginia Mayo

This time around on our Martin and Lewis Old Time Radio Podcast, from an April 11th, 1952 NBC Radio Broadcast, Dean and Jerry welcome Virginia Mayo to the show.

Dean sings Me And My Girl, his new recording All I have to Give You Is My Love and Mighty Like a Rose. Jerry contributes another novelty song The Book Was So Much Better Than the Movie.
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Shownotes

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Dean, Jerry and Virginia do their version of "A Street Car Named Max" and the 3 sing a take off of The Trolley Song (originally sung by Judy Garland from Meet Me in St. Louis) where Jerry (Max the Trolley) falls in love with Virginia's character and steals her from Dean.

A surprise guest Betty Mills from Radio TV Mirror Magazine gives congratulations to Dean and Jerry for being their readers' favorite radio comedy!

Jerry makes mention of their adoption and support of the MDA, but makes a statement that the Tall Cedars of Lebanon were the first to adopt and support MDA and have made considerable donations.

A plug for the Martin and Lewis movie "Sailor Beware" finishes the show.

Links

Virginia Mayo at IMDB

Virginia Mayo at Wikipedia

The Tall Ceders Of Lebanon

Sailor Beware (Amazon Link)

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