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  • This Week in Entertainment History: June 25 - July 1

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    The first color TV broadcast in the U.S. was over a five-city network of CBS stations – New York City, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston. The one-hour variety program was titled “Premiere” and featured Arthur Godfrey. Pop star George Michael (1963-2016) was born in East ...

  • Dorothy McGuire of McGuire Sisters dies at 84 - MSN

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    Dorothy McGuire of McGuire Sisters dies at 84 ... They got their big break on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts show in 1952 where they continued to perform for seven ...

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  • Arthur Godfrey - Wikipedia

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    Arthur Morton Godfrey (August 31, 1903 – March 16, 1983) was an American radio and television broadcaster and entertainer who was sometimes introduced by his nickname, The Old Redhead.

  • Arthur Godfrey - Biography - IMDb

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    Arthur Godfrey was born in New York City on August 31, 1903. Mr. Godfrey was a radio and TV host and had his own television show The Arthur Godfrey ...

  • ARTHUR GODFREY, TELEVISION AND RADIO STAR, DIES AT 79 ...

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    Arthur Godfrey, the ukulele-playing radio and television personality whose folksy manner won him millions of admirers in the 1940's and 50's, died yesterday at the age of 79. Mr. Godfrey, who had been mostly retired since the late 1950's, died in Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York after a stay of 13 ...

  • Julis LaRosa fired - YouTube

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    On October 19, 1953, the most powerful man in broadcasting, Arthur Godfrey, surprised everyone by firing popular singer Julius LaRosa on the air. This clip i...

  • Miami Beach May Remove Arthur Godfrey's Name From 41st ...

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    In the late 1940s and '50s there was no bigger American media star than Arthur Godfrey, who had become known and loved for his intimate, folksy radio news personality and went on to host programs like the wildly popular daily CBS variety show Arthur Godfrey Time.

  • Arthur Godfrey - IMDb

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    Arthur Godfrey, Actor: The Glass Bottom Boat. Arthur Godfrey was born in New York City on August 31, 1903. Mr. Godfrey was a radio and TV host and had his own television show The Arthur Godfrey Show, (1948-1959).

  • Arthur Godfrey music, videos, stats, and photos | Last.fm

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    Listen to music from Arthur Godfrey like Don't Tell Me, Too Fat Polka & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Arthur Godfrey.

  • Julius La Rosa dead: Singer fired live on Arthur Godfrey ...

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    Julius La Rosa, a pop singer known for hits including "Eh, Cumpari," whose firing live on the air by Arthur Godfrey in 1953 overshadowed his successes that followed, has died at age 86. His death was confirmed Saturday by his daughter, Maria La Rosa Smith, of Ridgefield, Connecticut, and Joe ...

  • Arthur Godfrey on Amazon Music

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    Check out Arthur Godfrey on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.

  • Arthur Godfrey and His Friends - Wikipedia

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    Arthur Godfrey and His Friends is an American television variety show hosted by Arthur Godfrey.The hour-long series aired on CBS Television from January 1949 to June 1957 (as The Arthur Godfrey Show after September 1956), then again as a half-hour show from September 1958 to April 1959.

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