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The Music Show

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Country of origin  United States
Running time  30 minutes
First episode date  19 May 1953
Network  DuMont Television Network
Language  English
Producer(s)  WGN-TV
Original network  DuMont
Final episode date  17 October 1954
Genre  Music
Cast  Mike Douglas
Starring  Mike Douglas Henri Noel Dolores Peterson Robert Trendler Jackie Van Eleanor Warner
Original release  May 19, 1953 – October 17, 1954
Similar  Down You Go, Classical Baby, The Mike Douglas Show

The Music Show was an early American television program which was broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network.

Broadcast history

The series ran from May 1953 to October 1954. The show was a musical program broadcast live from WGN-TV in Chicago, featuring the vocal talents of Mike Douglas, Henri Noel, Eleanor Warner, Jackie Van, and (in 1954) Dolores Peterson.

Robert Trendler conducted a 34-piece orchestra. The Music Show originally aired Tuesday nights at 9 (EST) on most DuMont affiliates. The series moved to 8:30 in July, and to 10:30 on Wednesday nights in October. In January 1954, The Music Show began airing at 10:00. Finally, from September to October 1954, the program was broadcast on Sundays at 10 PM.

The Music Show was only one of several DuMont Network series to be broadcast from Chicago; others included The Al Morgan Show, Concert Tonight, Chicagoland Mystery Players, Music From Chicago, They Stand Accused, This Is Music, Windy City Jamboree, and the Emmy-nominated game show Down You Go. All of these series were broadcast from DuMont affiliate WGN-TV over the DuMont Network.


The Music Show Wikipedia

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