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SCENE .NO. i. 2. 4. 5. S* V. 8. 9. .I0, ii. ,iS. 13. 14. .15o iS. 17. 18. ,19 o 20. ,El. ~o'~'~- ,-,., ~ "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE." Dooember 8~ 1937 (REVISED) AUCTIONEER AND SHORT COE,IERCI~I OPENING THE~{E AND ANNOUNCEMENT POWELL ("KEME)~BEE ME" AND ANNOUNCEMENT ) BEHIND THE SCENES (CENTNAL CASTING) ORCHESTRA & LUCKY SEVEN ("CASTLES BABY" ) FI ST 0 RCIAL ~ARY COOPER ( SPOT AND TESTIMONIAL) NUMBER ONE SONG (DICK POWELL] ("ONCE IN A ~mI~") "LUCKY DAY" - STATION BREId~ SECOND HALF OPENING HOLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST (ME. & MRS. HOLLYWOOD) POWELL SONG ("IDA") SECOND CO~tEECIAL }AGS & GADGETS I~,~DEE ("VIENI VIENI") DRAMATIC SPOT ("ITrS LOVE I1],i 2~TEE") CLOSING CO~.~RC IAL CLOSING NUMBER ("LOVE IS ON T}IE ATE TONIGHT") CLOSING ANNOUNCFi~NT "HAPPY DAYS" ~,~:, ~.d¸:: . , k~ . = L'~ +
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I/ ANNOUNCEE: AUCTIONEER: ANNOUNCER: Scene I. "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" Listen to the chant of the tobacco auctioneer! (FADE IN CHANT. ~,/6,~,44~ ...lst SALE ...... S LD A~IERIC~ / All done - SOLD TO THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANy. Yes, itls the tobacco that counts ~ and with independent tobacco ex~,erts - "with men who know tobacco best, it's Luckies two to onet" P AI'HO I 0189828
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• f ORCHESTRA: ANNOUNCER: ORCHESTRA: ANNOUNCER: ORCHESTRA & (REVISED) Scene S, "HAPPY D,~S" FANFARE ~i Lucky Strike presents --- "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE #2 "YOUR HOLLYVJOOD PARADE" ......starring Dick Powell~ CHORUS: "HAPPY DAYS ARE ORE AGAIN"....THEME..H A~[N0~NCER: Tonight for the first time the manufacturers of Lucky Strike Cigarettes bring you their new pDogrs~ from Stage 9 e~Warner Bros. ,~et -- one full hour of Holl~ ~, feelln~ the pulse of reality in the capital of Meke-Belie~e -- Reporting the news, the glamour, the heart of Hollywood...And here is your host - Dick Powell| (APPLAUSE) p d B]-HO 1 0189829
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POWELL & ORCHESTRA~ PO~LL : POV~LL CHORUS & ORC}~ESTRA: (REVISED) Scene 3. %~nk--y~r-~im~k--ye~and hello again.o.I say "again" because while you folks and I ar6ntt exaotly strangers on these good old kiloeyoles, it's beea "long time no seer'. Tonight "You~ Hollywood Parade" starts ibs trak across the country --- and wetve ~l~ipped up a show that in spite of being colossals stupendous and glgantlc# ought to turn out all right...The~e are some grand people here tonight I want you be moet..oGary Cooper, Hette Davis, Olivia de Haviland, Basil ~<athbone, Lrie Stanley, PatriQ l~owlos, Rosemary Lan% Dudley Chmnbers and the Lucky Singers, and Leo Forbsteln and the Luelcy Strlke Orchestra. But now - therols work to be done, Een..°oLeO - break out a few ziore Barst if you willo... (FII{AL CHORUS) (APPLAUSE) FITXO~ 0~18~830
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POWELL: SAUNDER$: FO~EL~ : SAUNDERS; POV~LL: SAUHDERS: (REVISED) Scene 4 - Page 1 "youE HOLLY%VOOD PARADE" Now for our first Hollywood Highlight of the week - ~ • * s~ews -- the inside story of the hardest working people in Camera-land -- the extras ... Very soon in Holl~oodp the Central Casting Co~poratlon - an organization which functions as an employment bureau for the vast n~mber of extra people - is celebrating its 19th a~nlversary of service to the motion nlctu~e industry ,,, and tonight, Mrs. Bernice Saunders, one of CentralJs ace casting directorg is here on the sot to show us that handling this great n~mbe~ of people is no simple task -- but definitely ... Come on in~ Mrs* Satuqders. (APPLAUSE) Thank you, Mr. Powell ~ow Ere. Saunders - we~ve i~ard so many fabulous stories about the armies of Holl~wvood extras, suppose you tell us how many extras are there in Hollywood, anyway? About twenty for ev~rF job we have to offer. To get dova~ to scale figures, Central Casting has over 12sO00 registered extras ... Then therels a little item of ~8~000 to 80;000 unregistered extras that work ver~,j very occasionally. But surely the studios eanlt use that many poopl% even with thei~ super-colossal mob scenes. That's the unfortunate part of it ... With 12jo00 people looking for wo~k every dayt only about SO0 get it. ~y, last year only 35 extra people out of evemy i000 earned as much as ninetoon dollars a week. • d I~TH01 0189837
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A : \ (REVISED) Scene 4 - Page 2 POV~ELL: Well, ~.~rs. Salu%ders, I thi~ik it would be swell if we could take the folks for a trip through the Central Casting offices, SAUNDERS: They say anything is possible in radio, Dick - letls try it. POWELL: Okayl Ladies and gentlemen, letls imagine weTre on the co~nsr of Western Avenue and the world-famous Holl~uvood BouIeval~d, at the Central Casting Offices -- one of the wonders of Hollywood... SAUEDERS: Here ~:e are. VAaen you enter our switchboard roomI youlll learn that the words most used in Holl~:~ood arenlt"terifflc'' and "colossal" but th~se.. DOOR OPEN ... S~;'ITC}~OARD IN OPERATION (FADE IN GIRLIS VOICES ... AD LIB "TRY LATER ... TRY LATER ... TRY I,P~ER o.. TRY LATER" ... FADE FOR DIALOGUE..°) SAUNDERS: "Try Later" ,,, It means no work for the extra -- temporarily at least ... Come over here, and let's listen in,on t!lis girl ..... ~ . . . GIRL: (PLUGGIN~ INBOARD) Central ... John Rogez, s ... Central ... Pat ~;~aver ... Central ... Dot Left, an o.. SAUNDE~(S : You see, as each call comes in, the girl says "Central"°.. The extra phoning in then glvos his ~o~ ~'~h~oh she ~peats into a separate line which goes to loudspoake~s located in the casting room. If none of the casting directors signals the oporato~ that hs wants the extra, she switches back a~d sa~s .,, (P~G-~ED OUT AFTER EAC~-'FE~8~'n~YN~) GIRL: d Try later ... try later ... try later ... try later. ~]'~0 1 0189832
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D PCI~L5 : SAUNDERS : POWELL: SAUNDERS: POWELL: S~INDERS: POV;ELL : ' SAUNDEI{S : (REVISED) Scene 4 - Page 3 She oePtalnly handles a brunch at once l i~ sounds -llke-a-~aohine-g~n, Me~ %e handle about ~,000 calls an hour in ou~ busy period which is about 38 ~i~utet which is ... , , , ?~hich is plenty ~ But now I wonder if you would te~l us what your particular work is in Central Casting Corporation. Well, I1m in charge of the children, Out of the 19,O00 registered extras, about 1500 are shlldren. Pretty big class you have there, Teacher. But then I love children, and hotels an example of the sort of thing that makes my Job one I wouldntt trade fo~ any other ... A little while agoa one of our extra girls married to another extra, had a lovely child...%"~en her baby boy was just a week old, a call came from one o£ the studios for a nuw-born baby ... Now, new babies get $76,00 a day... We went to the hospitalI and the mother let us take hem boy out on his first job, accompanied by a nurse and a doctor. Helping to pay the bills at an early aso~ ~asn~t he? IIslping? }Is paid them| Hotels what happenad .,. We all the~@ht that one om two days work at (~VS.O0 a day would be the most the child ~i~%t get - but duo to shooting difficulties on that picture - our baby ~1orked fo~ 1S days, t~[i~ h~ne a pay-check ~mou~lting to ([~l~O0 -- more than either of his parents had *n~de all year, d f~TK01 0189833
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SAUNDERS : ORCI!ESTRA: (REVISED) Scene 4 - Page ~ (LAUG~TS) Wells thank you, Mrs. Saunders ,., I know all of us h~ve learned another side of that ~,~any-sided little village called Hollywood. Goodnlght, and I hope you'll como back and visit u~ soon~ Thank you~ Dick - I enjoyed it ... As for my coming back, Itll just give you the old Central Casting cheer - "try later - try later - try later." (APPLAUSE) TAG d A]'~01 01 }39B34
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"'£O:JR I:ObLX~,'I00D pARADE~" ~,oene 6. }Ierers a son~ that's boe~ a Hollywood Highlight for many weeks, and ~s still one of the top tunes at the Trooadero and other da~ci~g spots thes~ lovely California nights,,,, Leo Forbsto!n, the Lucky Strike Orchestra and ou~, vooal s~'ingsters, the Lucky Sevsn move ~i~ht out with "}lAVE YOI] GOT A~ CASTLES, BABy?" .o..Rolllems Leo| O~C]!ESTRA: (MUSIC UP) .... .."}[g~,5~ YOU GOT Al[f CASTLES~ BABY?" (LUCk~Y SEVLN VOCAL) ( APPLAUSE ) ~]~01 0"189835
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(REVISED) Scene 6. December 8th, 193V FIRST COMMERCIAL POWELL: And now we leave Hollywood Just for a moment. Welre ANNOUNCER : ORCHESTRA: taking you on a little, personally conducted tour of Tobasoolando Hew about it, Conductor? Yes, sirl A tour of Georgia~ Maryland, North garolinaj Virginia, Tennessee# Kentucky, and all points in the Tobac6o Belt, where more than a billion poun.~s of tobacco are being sold on these markets this Season. Single warehouses are selling as much as half a million poiw~ds of tobacco a day. Now the experts who buy, sell, and handle this huge tobacco crop are in a unique position to know the real facts about cigarettes. They see some grades of tobacco sold at i0{ or less a pound - and they see who buys it~ They see the bette~ grades cf tobacco bringing 40~ and up a pound - and they see who buys those better grades, too. So they really Wnow what tobacco goes into what cigarettes. Now, what cigarette do these tobacco experts choose fo~, their own personal enjoyment? Mere is the answsr,...Sworn records on file fo~ your inspection show that, aw~ong independent tobacco experts - not co,mooted with a~ cigarette company - Luokios have over twice as many exelusive smokers, as have all oth~r cigarettQs c mbined. Over twice as many I @e~~-eg~mg~t time ~ buy oigarottes.~z.~/~~L~ With m~n '~lho know tobacso best, itls Luokies 2 to i. "LUCKY DAY" TAG ~]'~0 1 0189836
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i 2 • j POWELIn ORCHESTRA DAVIS: POWELL: DAVIS: PCWELL: DAVlS~ POWELL: DAVIS: POWELL: DAVIS: "YOUR HOLL~Dii00D PARADE" (REVISED) Scene ~- Page 1 Right at this point, Mr. Lucky Strike's favorite Wednesday night program goes a mite wacky - to bring you the novelty highlight of the week in Hollywood .... You know, the unfortunate shipwreck of vaudeville cast up a lot of fine acts on the shores of California, where they now find sold in them that hills doin~ their specialties in pictures .... Among these is one Rule Davis, who has created quite a sensation with his imitations and sound effects which, I might add, he does no__.tt with mirrors, but with his mouth. Front and Center - Rule "MAMA DONIT LCW" ENTRANCE MUSIC...F~DE OUT... Evenin', Mr. Dickl (HORSE WHINh~Y) Hey: id that come out of you? Yep - I'm Just horslnr around a little. Rule, you oertair~ do make s mess of so6nd effects with that mouth of youre, bu~ there's one in particular, I knew the folks here would ~esl]y enjoy -- the outboard motorboat --will you do it for us? Sure I will Mr. Dick, I llke that one mys61f -- itrs a real killer. All r~ght Rufe, turn you~ mouth loose on it. (DOES OUTBOARD I~0TORBOAT ROUTINE) Terrlflc--Rufus--I could almost smell the gasoline, but isntt there more wher~ that came f~om? Sure Mr. Dick, Itve got a lot o effects set to music, so if you dontt m~r.d~ I:ll run through a few of them llke I did in that "Mountain Music" plctu~e. f:I l" :401 O18983F
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POWELL: DAVIS: {REVISED) Scene ~-Page 2 O) K) Rule, have at it! -- "MAMA DON'T LOW C~. ~ ~ - '(APPLAUSE)~"'~]~J~e'c .... "MAMA DON'T LOW" TAG, r R'F~O I 0189B38
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"YOUR HOLIYY400D PARADE" (R~qISED) \ b' POWELL: J~ ORCHESTRA: ANNOUNCER': SOUND: ANNOUNCER: SOUND: TON: MARION: TOM: MARION: SOUND: TOM: MARION: TOM: MARION: TOM: Scene ~ -gage 1 "YouP Hollywood Parade" moves along, and brings you anothsr Hollywood highlight -- one of the most talked- about stars in Pictureville .... .Tonight, Mr. Lucky Strike is host to Gary Cooper, a star who is always right up there among the leaders in your parade of favorites... Tonight Gary shows us still another side of his acting ability in a rather different form of dr;una, which we might call a "solo in the spoken word." .°...A tribute to the West, the title paints the picture for us...It is caSled "The Valley".....Frlends, we give you a great actor and a great fellow -- Gary Cooper: WESTERN THEME...FADE FOR... The scene -- a prairis trail winding through great fields of wheat ,.. It is twilight. HORSES HOOFS IN SANDY GROUND...CONTINUE BEHIND... A man and a girl ride slowly along -- their horses side by side, heads lifted to the homeward trail... HORSES HOOFS UP...THEN FADE FOE... Miss Blaine... Yes, Tom? Mind pullln' up your horse? Whoa~ But Ton, why? HORSES HOOFS OUT Mind givln' me those flowers you picked, Miss Blaine? (DOESNrT KNOW WHAT ITIS ALL ABOUT) NO ..... Thanks• My flcwers~ .... Why did you throw them over that stone? Itls not Just a stone - look at it close. r ~T~O~ 0189839
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MARION: TOM: MARION: TOM: ~[ARION: TOM : ORCHESTRA: TOE: (REVIShD) $oene 8 Page 2 Why - why therers something oarved on it I (READS SLOWLY) I~To the memory of BIll Barnes 1820-1860." Why, To~ Itts headstone Yeah... (LIGHTIX) Why the sudden sentimentality-- the flowers? "Bill Barnes - 1860." He couldn't have been anyohe particularly Important. Wasnlt he? Of coups8 not ~ I neve~ read about any Bill Barnes In m v history bookl (SLOWLY) Tnatls rlght...No history books ever notioed Barnes. He ~v~ won a W~ ~nd h~ nevs~ ~ade a lot Of money, and he neve~ made a fancy speech in h~s l~fe...But to us, out herep h~ ~eans a lot .... Let me tell you about him ..... ~$IC UP AND SEGU~ TO NEXT TH~ME Bill came over the mountains to this val~ey a long ti~e ago - he and h~s w~fe. He d~dn't oome here smooth and easy the w~y you folk~ did - NO, all Bill and his wife had was a wazon with a oouple of t~red horses pullln~ ~t...I~ took a long time to get here - a summer and a winter creakln' alon~ mile after mile, day after day - look~n' - lookln' all th~ time for a place - to make a home...Then a~ last ~h~y found this valley and BII~ du~ into the ground and made his first house here out of the ~tones and dirt. He mad~ the walls thick, and that was a good thln~, bocause hardly before he was done, the w~nds started ~o~i~ up...W~ds ~d snow that do more than t~ at ~ man~s house - thsy tea~ at his heart when he's ti~ed ~nd t~ail-wo~n and hungry - the way it was with Bill ~d his w~fe..o.. A?H01 0189840
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r I ORCHESTRA : TOM: ORCHESTRA : (REVISED) Scene 8- Pa6e 3 ~,~810 UP'AND SEGUE TO NEXT THEM~...FADE FOR .... But then at l~st It was Sprlng, and the ground started showin' through in black patohes, and with that last strength that oomes from way deep in you, Bill went out with the seed he'd brought and planted it in that hungry blac~ ground...And the sun kept comin' out brighter and b~ighter, and thlngs started growinI and Just about when that flrst wheat Was bendint with the breeze - thsro was a young one in Bill~s house...Just a handful o£ a kid. 0.but Bill and h~s wife looked at hi~ and they looked at that grain out there, and life seemed awful~y good. The ~aln got hi~ -- turnlnI gro~nish-gold under the hot sun -- goln' hlgh~r ~d higher ... But the sun kept on burnln' too -- bl~zln' ~n the sk7 - dryin' out the gpaln - dry~n' out the b~ack earth into a hard, thirsty brown, ~nd drytn~ out the hope in Bill ~nd his w~fe..~And then one day - it w~s almost too late for ~a!n...the gr~in seemed de~d -- but Bill and his ~Ife ~Idn't care somehow...Fo~ more th~n tb~ ~raln was 8oin' - the little fella...as if tho end of the graln took a~ay his strength, too. That night was black -- the air still burnin' ~ith heat -- minutes dr~gg~n' l~kc hours~ And ~ust as mornint came, oushinI the night ou~a th~ c~bin, Bill'~ wife said, "Bill, if he lives we~l] go back -- back whero ~e cer%6 froml" A~d B~II looked out wh~e the sun Was shovln' up ovor the edge of thc fleld~ an~ he said, "No I Whatever h~ppens, ~e'll s~ay! This is our land -- this is SEGUE TO ~XT ~EME .... FADE I:I I','I0 "I 0189841
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j/ ~UJSIO: TOM: ORCHESTRA & TOM: ORC}IESTRA & (REVISED) Scene 8 - Page 4 And you know -- just as Bill was sayint those words -- the little fellow on the bed opened his eyes -- and he smiled Up as if he wanted to sayp "And I~m stayin' with you -- a l~ve~" And then -- I1m teilinT you the truth - outside the rain started fallinl..., BUILDS .... FADES AGAIN UNDER: Good rain - warm rain - splatte~in~ down on the hard, thirsty ground... And Bill and his wife ran outside, and the rain mixed with the wet on their faces....Ye~h, and the grain grew strong again -- and the little fella grew strong with it -- and in time other babies came and grew with the grain -- and the word spread back across the hills about the ~old of Billls fields, and others started the long Journey to the west - and Bill's yalley. Just a few covered wagons at first, and then more and more, and then the rails pushed their way through the wheat -- bringint more home-hungry folks to this golden valley.... CHOIR: ~SIC UP AND SEGUE TO NEXT SCENE .... FADE NO, Miss Blaine - Bill Barnes isn't in any history book - Just an ordinary man sleepinI here quiet at the end of a field...but this stone that marks his mast isn't Just a stone - it's a monument - a monument to him and the folks like him who had a dream of home in their hearts, and took their covered w~gons and went over the hills and froze and hungered - but above alI didn't quit - the folks ~ho dug deep in the g~ound 8o the roots c~ our countmy would hold steady - (£AUSE - TEEN, VIBRANTLY) They made a path for all the rest of us to follow Z OiIOIR: TRIUMPHANT THENE...BUILD TO FINISH (APPLAUSE) ~;'1" HO 1 0189842
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PO~,~LL: COOPER: POWELL; COOPER: POWELL: CO~OPER: POWELL: COOPER: POWELL: COOPER: (REVISED) Scene 8 - Page S You certainly turned in a swell Job there~ fella. Thanks, Dick. I liked doing it, Well, Gary, we appreciate your taking the time off from Paramount to come over here and help us put on a show for our friends. How's the picture going to be? It looks good. Ernst Lublsteh Is directing and Claudette Colbert is my leading lady. I think you'll like it. Sounds good to me. But before you set away live got a question for you. Okay. Shoot. Frankly, Gary, we wanted to get here for two reasons. First, to give Mr. ~d Mrs. America some Cooper entertainment - and second we hoped you'd say a word about l~ekles. Sure. But whattll I say? Well Just tell us why you smoke them. Well I Just think it's good business for a hard working actor to watch the old larynx. POWELL: The old~t~/~-~ COOPER: {~/J-Lorynx...voeal chord to you, Er. Powell. POWELL: COOPER: But really, Dick, I do think Luckies are a lot easier on my throat. And that's the net of why I smoke them. Thanks, Gary, for saying that about Luckies. And thanks // Good night and good luck. RI"~O 1 0189843
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"YOUE ~I0.LL~f¢IOOD PARADE" Scene 9 ORCiIEST.~A: flIT I.I~TRO. FOR NI~.~BEE i TUNE .... FADE FOR....t A~]NO~EC~R: Spotlight for a ~usical ~ighlight~ A n~be~ one t~uo in your list of favorites across the country, an~ the Ntunber One son~ hit of the week on the Lucky Strike Nit Parade last SaLurday. 0 0Dick Powel~ sings "ONCE IN A WHILE• " POV~LL & ORCHESTRA: "ONCE IN A WHILE" (APPLAUSE) ATM01 018984i4[
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ORCHESTRAl 0RE/4ESTRA: ANNOUNO~q I "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" ~enes i0 & 11 (Revised) "LUOKY DAY" ... FADE FOR ... " • (STATION BREAK) ~ ~,~ / "LUCKY DAY" ....UP AND FINISH Back to you~ Hollywood Paradep 8tarring Diok Powell -- with Rosemary Lsne, Leo Forbsteln and the Luaky Strike orohestra, Dudley Chambers and the Luok~ Singers, Burs Davis, Patrlo Knowles, Erio Stanley, Basil R~thbone, Olivia de Haviland, Bet~e Davis and Gaff Oooper -- Deporting the news, the glamo~ the heart of Hollywood ... And here is your host, Diok PowellJ (APPLAUSE) AT"H01 0189845
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POV~ELL: LANE: POWELL: LANE: PO?~]LL: LANE & OROHEST[IA: (REVISED) Soene ~/~ "YOUR |~OLL~¥OOD pARADE" Now folks, weld like to have you meet the lovely glrl who worHod with us in the Warner Brothers pletu~o "varsity Show" and homers he~ repo~t oard, Hollywood style,,,Boy Hosts Gir!,,.Boy is Fred Warln~,,,Girl gets Job..,%~a~in~ ~omes to Hollywood,..Boy Loses Girl,..Girl Gets Contract.,. Powell Gets Break| Gi~l~ Meet People,,. People - Rosemary Lane~ (APPLAUSE) Thanks~ Diek...You forgot $o say "Rosemary gets bmeak - doing two pictures with Powell~" Thankee, Malam --- and now to work. Rosemary - here we have an o~ehestra and a ~:ell song thatls up among the nationTs favorites,.. So?~ So -- letls take the orehestra~ add a dash of lovely girl, a bit of the Forbsteinls music put them all together and theyil], spell...Rosema~y Lane singing "~oses in Decembe~" "ROSES IN DECEMBER" • d 8T~40"i 0189846
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ORCHESTRA : POWELL: ORCHESTRA: PSWELL: "XOUE ~OL~OOD ~AR~DE" 1 "HOLL~,9OOD AT ITS BEST" ~IEME~ . .FADE FOB.. If this program is going to be "YOUr HollyWood Parade" in more than n~me only, itIs got to b e a true, picture of the people' who make up the camera clan...You know, every year the Academy gives an award to the best actress,best ~ctor~ best directo~ and so on...But they overlook one "best" and th~tls ~ollywood At Its Best"... So we're going to have our sward, too - A tribute to the people we think typify Hollywood at its best...Tonlght our award goes to one of many ideally married couples that go to disprove the old saying "Marriage and a career donTt mlx"...We salute Mr. and Mrs. Eollywood~ THEh~ OUT.~. SEGUE BACKGROUND ~"JSIC... Let's go back twenty-five yesrs...a little man with great big eyes got his first Job as an entertainer. He rushed to tell his best glrl all about St -- and that night she decided to become a comedian's wife. Then came vaudeville -- and at last, his biE chance - the Ziegfeld Follies of 1917, starring~V.C. Fields, Fannie Briee ar~ Bert Williams ...There was a spot in the show that needed something a blt different and this little fellow begged for a chance to sing a song. Well, Ziegfeld gave him his chance and he made the most of It...A star was born that night, and has continued to shine throughout a great career on the stage, on the radio and in pictures. But always after each new triumph, this dynamic l~ttle fellow rushed home to tell hls best glrl all about it... And she listened and smiled... (MORE) (REVISED) Scene 13.-Page f~T:~O? 018984P
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PO~ri~LL : (Cont'd) b m (REVISED) Scene iS Page 2 Then 1929 wiped out eve~ythlng that they had built up over a pe?iod of many years...Again he came to his girl, and again she listened, and smiled...$he gave him courage to start a new career. This Fall the entir~ country honored Eddie Cantor'~ twenty-flve years' contribution to the happiness of the nationl To the happiness and the "heart" of a nation, for we all know the influenee for good that Eddie has been and is --- his charities, his Summer c~p for boys -- giving kids the advantages that Eddie never had. But his career was really a two-man ~ob -- or a man-and-woman Job, and Eddie knows it. Nowadays, with the country's divorce mills grinding out unhappy couples day and night, It's nice to know that show- business has more than its share of real folks llke Ida and Eddie -- our Mr. And Mrs. Hollywoodl TO us, they typify "HCLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST." (APPLAUSE) F11/401 0189848
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;'YOUR HOLLT~700D PAEADE" "Scene I~ ORCHESTRA: , , . I~TR0 TO POWELL SONG,. ,FADE FOR... POWELLI tI" I'Id llkQ to si6~ t~ for Mr. and M~s. Holl~'~ood and I know that Mr, Hollywood, who has su~ it many times, will sing to his best glrl along with me... (Music UP) P0~;~ELL & ORCHESTRA: "IDA" (APPLAOSE) RTHO? 018984,-9
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•Luoky S~rlke "YOU~ I~OLL~WIOOD PANAD~" POWELL: ANNOUNCER: POV~LL: ANNOUNCEE : (REVISED) Scene iG SECOND C O~r~RCIAL E-,, 'I' And now wetre going to delay our next Hollywood hlghlight for a moment, because we want to say Just a few words about Luckies. (PAUSE) Now a little while ago, Gary Cooper told you he finds Luckles easier on his throat and thatls been my experience, too. And therets a good reason for it. I think Itll ask Bob Sherwood to tell you what it is. Well, one answe~ is "Iris Toasted." Just what does that do, I~ /Z/-/~' Well, for one thing, itls a method of applying heat -- and heat, you know, purifies. SO the 'rToastln~" process takes out certain throat irritants found in every leaf of tobacco that ever ~ew. -- Yes~ ~ leaf -- whethe~ it sells for 3# or 50# a pound. These Irrltants expelled by ~ToastlngE' are not present. And that's why Luekies are gentle on the throat. (PAUSE) Have you tried a Lucky lately? You'll enjoy the finer flavor of their choice center-leaf tobaccos -- and you, too, will find them e~, on your throat. ORCHESTRA: I~LUCKY DAY" TAG A T)40I 0~89850
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(REVISED) $0on8 i~ POWELL : POV~ELL, & ORCHESTRA : "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" HollywOOd ms a great town for fads .... Monopoly, handies~ knock-knocks~ all took the place by storm....Now itts badminton and handkerchiefs tied over the head Ellis Isiand style%...Also, the newest Hollywood greeting has changed from "Hya Toots" to "V~%addya hear from the mob~" All of which shows that Hollywood is first with the latest, and the next ~£oll~wood Hithli~ht 61yes us the current fad in song -- Number ~ o~ you~ Hit Parade~'" T~Vienl Vieni". LUCKY V R!"~01 0189851
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7 \. POWELL; POWELL : BASIL: POWELL: BETTB: POWELL : Fd,[ O~ V LB S ; OLIVIA= (REVISED) Scene IV - Page 1 Here's a dramati~ highlight of the week in Hollywood. Here on Stage Nine, a~e Bette Davis, Olivia de Bavilland, Basil Nathbone, Pattie Knowles and ~le Stanley, to play an adaptablon for the aim of Warner Brother:s comedy hit picture, "Iris Love Itm After" -- so you ~ out there Bit back in youm ohalms, light up a Lucky and relax while I introduce our talented players. Cast, come on out and meet ~. and ~s. America. (APPLAUSE) H~reJB Basil Rathbone, who is ~ ~ Leslie 1(oward,~ /.-: ~" ~ is popping aro~ud London at the moment -- Basil wha~ gives out with you in "It's Love Ilm After~" Well Dick, I play Basil Underwood -- Ameri~als Number One Actor, who Just can't stop acting. Ifve pmoposed to my leaOinS lady, Jo>oe Arden at least 16 tlmes~ but my ]eve , for the d~aatic has always caused me to call it off -- ~And Bette Davis, you're the leading lady, rlght$ Right, Dick -- and despite the colossal Ham that he is, I still love him -- with a vengeance, %vhlch I AL],[OST get n~ar the end of eta, play. And Patrlo gnowles. Dick, I~m the unfortunate lov¢~ in this thing -- Benry Grant. Ny glrl falls in love with this - Colossal Ham, as Bette~ calls him -- And Olivia de Havilland, my pretty damllng, I take it you~e Pattie Knowles~ gi~ -$ ~ ~ ~. ~:: , Yes l~m Ma~cla West --'and I fall fo~ Basil ~-.t.~a~;~.y. tnhrc~I-Um-e4:~P / .-. i" ~' "1".~0 1 0189852
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PO%VELL: OROHESTRA : / (REVISED) i Scene IV -~- (LAUGHING)~Na~velous and with Eric Stanley as Basilts servant, Digges, vie should have a bang-up tld-bit. Cast, take you~ places. Leo -- a ~usloal cu~taln| E0~NTIC TH~4E.,,FADE & CONTINUE UNDER POWELLaS SPEECH POWELL : DIGGES: BASIL: }~NHY: ~ASIL: ~NHY : ~SIL. DiGGEB : BASIL: BASIL: HENRY: C And now, weUre off....0u~ scene, the hotel s~Ite of Basil Underwood....Joyoe has Just accepted p~oposal n~ber 16, a bit unbelievingly by this t~ne....They are leaving at once to tangle themselves in the bonds of matrimony, and Joyoe has gone into the bedmoom to touch up hem m~ke-up. As we Join them. .. .Digges speaks .... (ON MIK~) A gentleman to see you, ~. Oh -- oh yes, Hello there~ i IIm Henry Grant.~ You stole my glrl and I ought to punch you in the nose~, Now, pew, now, ~h'. Grant. Don't do anything ]ik~ that. ~4: Besides, youPd be accusing an innocent 3nan. Uh, whatls her name? Marola Wesfll West? Marcia West? DO we l~ow anyone named Marcia West, Digges? Narcia West? Not in,less youlve been cheating on me, sly[ qhel, e you are, M~. Grant. We don~t even know YOur girl. Well, I didn't say you k~ew each other. I said she was in love with you. She idolizes you and that silly acting you do. And 1 can't do a thing about it, Well -- what can I do about it? Yo~ could go to her home for the week-end, insult her, act, uh....well, llke a ead~ and then sheUd stop loving you. YOU could do that. R T,,'KO 1 0189853
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% BASIL: }~NRY: BASIL; }~NRY: S OUND : DIGGES : BASIL: DIGGES: BASIL: SOUND: BASIL: JOYCE: BASIL: JO¥CE: (REVISED) Scene 17 -3- next ~oom the~e, Irve an e~gage~ent that,s too Important to ~e, Don't you ever do a thing because itls the decent thine to do~ ~ ~Z~:~ Huh -- why~ uh - you know, ~. G~ant - I think you're right. What a pa~t and how I could play itL We could ~o down tonite and be back the first thing in the morning. Gad, I'll do it% Pack the bags, Digges -- we ame about to play our g~eatest role, and in She playing, heal the breach that sepamates two yothng hearts. G~,v41at a pity theme,ll be no audience. You donvt know how much I appreciate this .... (DOOR OPENS) (OFF) 1111 wait dov~stairs in the lobby fo~ you and drive ~OU OV~. (DOOR SHO~) Are w~ seine to tell Miss Joyce, sir? Well, the arrangement )41GET be a little difficult to ~derstand from the fe~ulnine point of view. Exactly, sir. Yes. I think in that case, I - em - will spring it as a happy s~prise. (LADGHI}[G...SOBERS SUDDENLY)~ Well -- here goes.... (DOOR 0 PERS_) Ah, thel'e you are,,~ de~ (FORCED LAUGH) Here I o2a, darling. Yes....eh,... so you a~,e~l" sweetheamt. It's the silliest thing. I...I feel Just llke a school siml. (LAUGHING) RTH01 018985~
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BASIL: S OYCE : BASIL: JOY CB BASIL: JOYSE: BASIL: JOYCE: BASIL: JOYCE: BASIL: JOYCE: BASIL: JOYCB : BASIL: JOYCE: BOUND~ JOYCE: s OUJ__DD : f ~ 0 .... r Er, JoyoO -" Yes, dea~? I - I, we - er, er - put this thing off sevemal times in the past .... (LAUGHING) Yes, werenlt we silly, da21ing? Yes~ but it didnlt make any dlfferenoe did it? I mean we went ~ig/at on....loving each other, didnrt we? Dead, eat ~ trying to stand me up agaln~J'~-' / • Oh no ~- oemtalnly not, dea~L No, no~ No, but tomo2row~s Just as good a day, isnlt it? Basil,/~ou are standing me up again? NO - ~%OWj YLOWj 1lOW. , • ~ou flendL YOU tu~utte~,able fiend. • Don~t get exclted~ Excited? Who~s ~xe~ted -- Ilm not exclted~ I should have knovm you,d do this to me agaln~ YOU see dsar, I - I, I - I - llve got to GO and do a favor for a friond. But %ve*l~ be ma~?ried tomorrow, ~, swea~ it~ JOYCE...BON~T THZO'A~ T~T VASE| (BASIL AD LIBS T}[~U ~ASE T~:RO~!IIIG) (AWAY) IF i COULD JUST GET ~ ~U~ND$ 0:: YOU[ (BANG BORg VAgE) (OFF) YOU RIDICULOUS ASS~ ~IOU PONFOUS IDIOT...YOU SUINB... CAD,,,(SHE CONTINUES AS:) DO_O.R IS S H UT__~UI_C KLY (A~O:'SER VASE c~s~zs o~ DO~ ill'H01 0189855
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(REVISED) S£ .ne IV -5-S-V- bASIL: (CLOSE HIKe) Phew~. Barely ~ade itL ORCHESTRA': LOVE TKE~...SUSTAIN BACKGROUND DIGGES: (SOFTLy) Did we fix it, sir? bASIL: (SNAPS FINGERS) Like that, Di~es. SOUND: (ANOTHER VASE CRASHES AGAINST T~ DOOR) DIGGES: Yes, we certalaly did fix it, sl~| SO~: (ANOTHER VASE) DIGGESI Jus~ like tlmt sirL And now, siT? BASIL: o assume the+ role of a Go+dr and mak~ the loveslok little Mapola West d~splse me by tomorrow ~or~Ing --- we m~st be off, Dig~e s ~ DIGGES: Y~s sir,.,we most certainly ~n~st bej si~ ORSHESTEA: LOVE T}IE~E C0~.~$ UP FOR E~ SECONDSI OH~NGSS SUNDENLZ SOUND : DIOGES : TO }lOOK JIGGLING THE~ -- FADES L%IDk~ LND OUT AFTER FIRST S Ob~ID : OECI~STIO, : ~IAROIA,: BASIL : I/ ~bC I~ z 0 h~LLO S" OR DIGGES. (JIGGLING OF HOOK EXCITEDLY F~V SECONDS AFTER THEI,~ IN SYNC. Wlq~ DIGGES+ "HELLO") (bXCITEDLY) Hello -- Hello -- IIm sorry, Riss Joyoe, but we must have been ~ut off. As I was saying, ~r. Basil has been here fo~ two full days, and while his intentions wer~ p~rfsotly good, Miss ~arcia West is te~ribiy young and sham~ful].y be~utiful~ so ~lea~e o~e I~auediat61y. be needs you~ h~Ip, YouIll ool~e -- Oh thank you~ ~iss Joyoe -- I knew you woul~It fail us. Goodbye. (~+si0 uP REw SEOONDS...SON'~BNS ~o ~o~ sob~) Oh, Basil dG~llnK - NOW Narola -- Ma~ola~ l~m a soound~el, rewolf... I know it...thatl~ why I love you so much. (MORE) RTXO "~ 0189855
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MARCIA: BASIL: }~RCIA: BASIL: MARCIA: BASIL: ~IARCIA : BASIL~ MARCIA: BASIL: MARCIA: BASIL: ?~ARCIA~ BASIL: SASIL: MA!tCIA: BASIL: 5'ARSI ~.: BASIL: [ARCIA: BASIL: (REVISED): Scene IV -S- Basil, Oh, it must be wonderful to be adoPed aa you are, New, you listen to me~.2~ ! Yourre a lonely person, aren't you? Huh? I can see that now° (PAUSE, STRUCK WITH THIS} Why. ,how observant you are, Yes, I am lonely, Deep in my heart~ utterly - utterly lonely. It makes me want to cry, You're vemy sweetJ Oh Basil you need someone to love you - to take care of you --- take me with you. Oh noJ (SOFTENS) Oh .my dear, Hold my hands. Feel them trembling. You're only a child, B~it Irm twenty~ It's Just a chemical reaction, No, it isn't, Y-y-y-your Thlngamies are all upsetl I LOVE YOU. Oh you...you don't know me as I really am. / But donTt you see~ II~ She only one who really does . Ic~. You love me. Be, no I donlt ..°IjI,I,I~I~at least~ I,I,I, donlt. llm not capable of loving any v;oman for more th~n a year Or a r~onth, a week| But what a week| Vfnat a month~ %%hat s year; Oh what's the uses (KISS) (SIGH) 81"MO I 018985?
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/- OECBBSTBA! BASIL JOYCE: BASILI JOYOE: ORCHESTRA~ BASIL: JOYCE: h~RGIA: JOYCEt BASIL: MARCIA: BASI[,: JOYCR: BASIL: MARCIA: JOYCE~ M~RCIA: BASIL: JOYCE: BASIL~ f , , ,~ (REVISED) Scene l~ -9- SUDDEN SHARP DISSONANT CHORD WHICH CUTS OFF ABRUPTLY AND BASIL (ALMOST TERROR STRIOE!~N) JOYCE| Oh, donIt stop Basil. q ~.2%o-no-no-- go right on ahead.,.. Oht~J°Yce~[~wJwha't a delightful surprise.,.. ~-- IVm not surprised i~ the least..... SHORT DRAMATIC BRIDGE Now, Joyce~ What a sweet place for a murder: What right has she to talk to us like this? Oh practically none. Wives have so few rights these days. WHAT? You~, wife? ~y, yes.., my wife. WonderfUl. Lq% - hum, Why y-yes I think I - y~s IIm married. Yes - ~Iss West - this is my wife~ my dear f41ttle,faithful/wife 0h~ Hasn*t he told you? Oh, but then the naughty boy never does. You poor sweQt child. DON'T TOUCH ~CE~ (BEGINS CRYING FADING OUT) Oh Basil, how could you? (BADE) How could you? This is the end - the cud/ Joyce,~ you were wonderful] My wife; How,(did you think of it? OH| YOU...YOU .... Now Joyee~ Darling, please control yourself. Please wait a m~nute. Henry can explain everything...wait a minute, I'II get him - Oh Henry| Nevem mind Henry - JOYCE: e ~t]'KO ~ 0189858
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~, ~ (REVISED) ~ Scene I~ -I~- '~, MARCIA! (OFF) Oh Basil -- Basil darllnBJ BASIL: Ye gods, Digges -- Itts MarolsJ How~d she Bet in? DIGSES: I don't know, str..(SIGNS) ItIs Just llke it was in Detroit -- shels InJ BASIL: What a e y~u dolng here? I.[ANCIAI /I~ve come to pun ~way with ~o~ d~l BASIL1 Bow you listen to me .... SOUND: POUNDING ON DOOR..CLOSER TO DIALOGUE L~IKE TO OIVR ROSE PERSPECTIVE. CONT IIKIES INTER~IITTENTLY. BASIL: Gad~ %~ho ' s that? DIGGES: 1111 see, sir--- ~r BASIL: NO - no - ge~-he~-~hWr-~f--h~u~, I~ll --- DI,,GES: THIS UAYn PL~gBE| SOUND: DOOR OPEN AND SLAM .... OFF .... POUNDING ON BECON~ DOOR... ON 51IRE .... '~OIA~ won't go~ I love you. f, I BASIL: Stop that Infernal Rounding -- I~m co~dng. SOUND: DOOR OPEN....CLOSE AFTER DIALOGUE ESTABLISHED. RASILI HENRY.~ Now - no~7 Rsnryj don't lose your tsmper -- she BENRY: I know she's here./Basil,-- a man can fight so long and then he has to E!ve up. And so I~ve come to wish you both the very bast of luck~ BASIL: H-h-henry, I hope you don't mean what I thi~k yo~ do. HENRY: She~s yours...I give her to you. B~SIL: BUT SHE CANIT }L~V~ I,~E! HE,fRY: Sh'E~ GOT YOU B~SIL: Now listen~ Henry...I don't Want her, do you understand? I played this silly pa~t to helR you. You can't leave me holding the bag. .f'"
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I BASIL: (~VAISPERS) Just an actor... SOUND: DOOR SLAMS LOUDLY. ORCHESTRA: BASIL: DIGSES: BASIL: ORCHESTRA| SOUND: BASILI DIGGES: BASIL: JOYOE: BASIL: ONONESTRA: JOYCE: BASIL: JOYCE: DICOES~ BOTH: DIGGES: JOYCE: BASIL: ( REVISEDI Scone ]7 -13-. R0~IANTIC THEME ...... FADE FOR DIALOGUE t. Just an actor, Poor Pagliaco~ -- Laugh, laugh, laugh| (LAUGHS DNA}&ATIOALLY) (APPLAUDING) A ma~nlficent performance, si~i ~? Oh ~eo...(TRAGICALLY) Yes, I have played my pa~t. The curtain has runS down...the ~i~hts a~e out...and I am alonet~.aIone...(SIGHS) MUSIC UP...SEOUE TO DISSONANT CHORD...OUT 0FF. DOOB SLAM JOYCE2 Alone, sir? Please Joyog, my love - let ms sxplaln -- Basil, oul~e ~uch ~ fool. I Just met l~ci~ and Henry !'i on the elevator° They ~ave ~ou bask to m~ THEY DID| THEY DIDI. ON JOYCEJ ~-~•'/ ¸~' '~ EO~ANTIC THEI~.., .S~AK IN. °. Look at you... Of all the miserablo excuse8 fo~ a mans of ~ll tho ~illy, posturin~ l~ms~ WHAT~ OH JOYSE~ And ~trs my suprem~ misfortune to love yo~|..°.Di~ges - pack the b~gs~ Pack th~ bag~, ~Iiss Joyed? S~ETHEAET~ Yes, miss..,Er, will it be a long t~lp~ It better be -- it's ou~ honeymoon| EONEYEOONI OK, ~ DA~L~NG] ~7"MO1 O18986 ~
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\ JOYCEt D~GGESI (R~ISED) Soone 17 (C}I.%NGIND) Oh, my sweet~ (~IEY KISS) Oh -- my wordl R~USIO UP TO BIG FINISH A~PLAUSE -14- r • / I:t ]';~0 "/ 0789862
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\,.2 " '~ " "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" J (~UISED) Roones 18, 19 & ~0 POWELLI Thank you folks -- you were grand....Goodnite and Rood luck to you swell people. And v A .... • Now before w~ take up the business of " • .... a word from Mr, Lucky StPike. AW~m-e4M~ -- ANNOUNCER: Next time you're buying cigarettess remember the opinion of th~ men who kr.ow tobacco best....th8 independent tobacco experts. These experts know who buys wha$ tobacco and so what they smoke of their own choice is of importance to every smoker. ~heir verdict is Luokies 2 to 1. (PAUSE) Remember, with men who know tobacco best, it's Luokles B to i, POWELL: Thanks, Bob, an~ now about that little matter of ~2~~'~ ~....~, the Lucky Sinsers, Leo Fo~bstein and the Lucky $tmike Orchestb~ Join you~st;sincerely in ,~i ~tha~ swell musical hit - "LOVE IS ON T}~ AIR TONITE". T~, Leol ENTIRE COMPANY: ~'LOVE IS ON THE AIR TONITE" I , -SI£," ~ /{ !~ ~J PO~LL. Well f~, that wraps up the first bundle of Eoil~,1ood Hishlights -- but dcntt Eo away -- %veIll be back next Wednesd~y same t~,.s, same rlace...A week come to~ite Mr. lucky Strike will play host to Henry ~onda~ Pat OIBrien, Wayne Morris and Jane Bryant among othe~s -- and of CouPs8 theretll be the Old Guard - Rufe Davis, Rosemary Lane, the Lucky Sin~ers, Leo Forbstelna%~ the Lucky Strike Orohestra~ and yo~rs sincerely, Dick Powell...Sounds like itts going to be a biS parade so look for us, wonlt you? So ionS now, ~oodnite -- but not "Roodbye". CROKESTRA| MUSIC UP AND FINISH (APPLAUSE) L RT:401 0189863
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"0~Q~R HOLLYWOOD PARADE,, Scene 21 ANNOUNCER: Lucky Strike wishes to extend tha~iks and appreciation to Warner BrotHers Studios for their helpful coopera- tion in presenting "Your Hollywood Parade".. ORCHESTRA & C H.0RUS; "HAPPY pAYS ARE HERE ~GAIH" ANNOUNCER: This is the National Broadcasting Company. ~T~01 0~89864
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\,-r "Your HO L OOD ADE" DHSEMNER 151 1957 "~-~.~.-~--~. / i, AUCTIONEER 2, HAPPY DAYS AND OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT 3. POWELL SONG AND OPENING "YOU OANIT STOP ME FROM DREAMINGi 4. ORCHESTRA "BOB WHITE" S. RUFE DAVIS 6. COMNERC IAL 7. POWELL NUMBER ONE SONG "ONCE IN AWHIL " 8. FUTURI~ STAR (DOROTHY WADE) "CAPRICE VIE/~e'TS" 9. HENRY FONDA . GUEST i0. STATION BMBAIi - EECOND HALE OPENING (LUCKY L ii. ROSEMARY LANE - "IF IT'S THE LAST THING I DO" . 12. MOLL~/~VOOD AT ITS BEST 13. POWELL "NOBODY'S S~,~EETEEART" 14, CO~L!ERCIAL 15. GAGS & GADGETS "LET THAT BE A LESSON TO YOU" - 16. SUBMARINE D-I 17 ~ CON!~ESCIAL 18, FINALE . "GOODBYE JONAH" IS. CLOSING ANNOUNCEd,lENT 20. THEI,~E & SIGN OFF --0000o-- ., 1~ t~TM01 0189865
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• ' /:" "LOUR HOLL~VQOD PARADE" (REVISED~-~cene I,. \, . December 18, 183? ANNOUNCER: AUCTIONEER: ANNOUNCER: Listen to the chant of the tobacco auctioneer[ (FADE IN CHANT,.,.FIRST SALE..°SOLD A~RICAN SECOND SALE...80LD A~RICAN~ THIRD SALE,,.(Ending wlth) A11 done - SOLD TO THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY Yes, itJs the tobacco that oot~nts - and with independent tobacco experts - "With men who know tobacco best. it's Luokies two to one!" f~7"~O ~ 0189866
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£9868~O LO~IH •. f~ ~no£ ~T o~o~ puV "'' poor~£I[oH jo ~ aq~ '~no~I9 o~% t~au ~% ~uT%~od~H .... oAaT[~-oH~N Jo I~%~duo aq~ u~ .SXV~ X~d~N~, .~XV~ X~4VH,, :~ON~ONNV VHZ~HHDHO :HSON~ONNV :~Z~XNO~O :H~DNNO~NV
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\ POWELL & ORCHESTRA: }'OWELL: FCWELI,, CHORUS ORCHESTRA: ~Iy~0R EO~L~Z~Q~D PABAD~I~ (RE¥I~D) ~oene ~. Dooemhe~ 1'5', 1937 "YOU CAN'T STOP ME F~0M DREAMING" -° ...............o ........ ight here and now Mr. 14~oky St~ikels favorlto Wedgesday night progr~ starts its oross-oountr~ ~mnble, with a reall~ swell coll~ction of names and numbers for "Your Hollywood Parade. " .,.. Henry Fonda, P£t O~grlen~ Jane Bryan and Wayne Mo~rls are among those present - and, of oourse, therers the Old Guard: Rule Daviss Rosemary Lane, The LuckySeven, and Leo Forbsteln #'7~lr w cra:1~.~g ~ " '"~ 2--;~the Lucky Strike Orchestra... Welts golng to cu~ you a slioe of ~Iolly~ood -- let you see how it wor~s on the outside and the Insld~, with a ~ttle fun, a spot of glamour, a ~ash of news and a look at the heart of H~O±IV ooo..ll~v;o d...Bdt now, t~me~s ~w~e. II , . • "YOU CA~IT STOP ~%E FR0.q DREAi~!~.NG" FINAL CHORUS,...LAST HALF) (APPLAUSE) RTH01 0189868
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OROHESTRA ' POWELL: /r~ "YOUR HOLL~YOOD PARADE" (REVIS~~ ~) Sccn~ 4 December 15~ 1937 ."BOB WHITE".. *HIT INTRO AND FADE FOR. . "YOUP Hollywood Parade" g~$s ~ndsr way with th~ Hollywood swin~-hlghlIEht of the week, .Leo Forbstein pilots the Lucky Seven and the Orchestra through the trine most heard ~ ~a th~ Cocoanut Opove these dan~ing nlghts.,"Bob White"., ~ Leo,, ORCHEgTRA: "BOB ~/HITE". (APPLAUSE) / ATH01 0~89869
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t r • ..... ~ /.~ . (REVlRED) Seene; . Page B. DAVIS: It's called "A RACE RORSEIS REVENGE OR HOW BETSY LOU SAVED THE MORTGAGE ON THE OLD FAMILY HOMESTEAD FCB COLONEL WEATHERSPOON AND K~PT LAWYER SMUGH FROM MARRYIN' THE COLONELIS DAUGHTER EEMY MAE WHO DIDNIT LOVE HIM AND ONLY LO%~D HER PAPPE WHO WAS A REAL BLUE BLOODED SOUTHERN GE NTLE~R. " POWELL: My Rule, that'~ a peachy title, It11 bet Itts good, Letls go .~ . , DAVIS: Well,4~the openinS scene is in the Eouthern *Mansion. The birds a~,e singlng~ (BIRD IM,ITATION - HITS A BU~[ ONE) POWELL: ~ WHet was that One, Rule? DAVIS: That was a dickey blrd with a la~yngltl8. The colonel and h~s daughter are settinI at the table eatln', lhe daught e~, speaks: GIRL: (HIGH VOICE) Pappy, are you a good Jud~ of horse flesh? COLONEL: (HEA~ VOICE) ~ I a Eood Judge of hors& flesh? Why, IIm the best in the state~//~-w~#'~/ GIRL: (HIGH VCICE) Well, here pappy - taste this.. DAVIS: You see~?thlngs ain't so good wlth the ~ ~&~ Right here the colo2ed jockey -. GIRL: (HIGH VOICE) Come in, SNOWBALL: (COLORED) Good mornlnr massa. COLONEL: (HEAVY VOICE) Snowball, is it cold enough out this mornlng for a coat? SNOWBALL: (COLORED) Yassuh, and a pair of pants, too, (LAUGH) DAVIS: Y~ Mister Dick, l~p~t that in there so the drs~na wou~dnlt Rit~ sad o~e¢~ere the villain Comes in. But first, you sln~ ~ Borg, E~S t~ Ei~k. N~n 18 £{ La1~y~I who holds a moPtgage on the ~ and he wants h~s money....This woP~les ~mny Mac and she saysl ~TH01 01898?0
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"~ GIRL: (HIGH VOICE] Pappy, we must win the race this afternoon or lose OUr ho~e, t (HIGH VOICE) Oh. it is my little white poodle. . OOLONE~ VOICE) Daughter you've got to of that or I'll have to g~ GIRl,: (HIGH VOICE) COLONEL: (HEAVY VOICE) when I was lathering my face, ~ ~havlng bark. Furthermore, tha~doog has fleas. GIRL: ~'~ (HIGH VOICE) No he hasn't, pappy. C. CO~O~EL:/ (HEAVY VOICE) Yes he has. Look at him scratching. (DOG SCRATCRZN9 Hn~) ........ ~.~ .... ........ n ~ ~ ('~"~l' DAVIS: A ~stapt to the race track/~2his is not a phoflyg..af peeold, but me doln't the car and horn and stuff. CAR ST~NTS CAR RUNS AWHILE AND STOPS CAN SUNS NOW WITH HORN BLUEING CAR STOPS " , ) DAVIS: ~e~e we are at the r~ce traeL, Mister D~ck, I has to ~it them there in a h~rry cause I was runninI out of wind, Nowt right here - PCWELL: Yes. I know, Rufe - I sing a sonS. GO ahead with the DAVIS: ~-~, .... ~-" dldT~ Well, the colonel and the daughte~ are leaninI on the tall at the race t~aok, GIRL: (HIGH VOICE) Oh Pappy, here comes Snowball. COLONEl: (HEAVY VOICE) Snowball ,[~2~rythlns depends on you. RISe llke you have never ~before. RTHO'~ 01898,~I
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(REVISED) See~ 5-Page 4. \.i SNOWBALL: (COLORED) All right, Massa... l'~ride backwards. I aln't~ ~neve .r de that way before. (LAUGHS) DAVIS: Well,AJes' then, the race starts, and Betsy Lou loses a horse shoe. Snowball leans over to her and~@~m.. h~ "Betsy LOU when thlsraoe~oe,~s over, I~m going to take you to the shoe factory'r le~Mister Dick, she runs so fast that sh i ps t e field and wins the ace. POWELL: Just because Snowt811 ~aid he would take ~ to a shoe 4 DAVIS: Yes, you see Mister Dick, m@~ thought he said GLUE FACTORY~ (APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA: "EAMA DON'T ALLOW" . TAG fl'( O 0789S,"2
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. f 'OUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" (REVISED) Scene $ i~.~ ~ ¢/~ ,FIRST~.~'~'~Z'~'°C0MMERCIAL" ' ~.~..4~'~4~'t POWEL~: Y~4~T~-- slnCe~z ~tarted my radio c~ores for Mr. Lucky Strike, I've picked up a lot of interesting facts about tobaooo...And herets something for Mr. Winchell's "Things I Never Knew Till Now"...You know~ dovn~ South where they auction off the tobacco cropa~ one pile of tobacco might sell for only three dollars -- and right next to it a pile of equal size ~i~ht sell for flftv dollars. You or I probably couldn't tell $h# dlfference,so itls easy %o see that the tobacco experts have to know their stuff...IsnTt that right, Bob? ANNOUNCER: Yes, thatrs riE~ht Dicko Take a buyer fo~ Instance. As yo~ say, he islght bid ~S.O0 or ~80.00 fo~ a pile of tobacco. Purthermorep he must make up his mind in a split second, So it's easy to see that he, llke .~he s~¢tloneer a~d wareho~seman~ must k~ow tobacco quality from A to Z. (PAUSE) Now which cigarette do these experts --the Independent experts not connected with any manufacturer~-ehoose for themselves? Here's the sns~er. A~or~ independent tobacco exDerts, Lucky Strike haa twice as many ex¢l~slve smokers as have all other cigarettes combined -- twice as many. They know who buys what tobacco, ~nd in the impartial honest Jud~ent of these men vlho know tobacco best -- it's Luckies two to one. ORCHESTRA: "LUCKY DAY" TAG F~?-HO? 0?898?3
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• ? "YOUR HOLLYW001 pARADEfi TsT-'z~w'-- Scene V O[(OI:ESTRA : 'rONCE IN A WHILE'r. ,HIT INTP~O AND FADE FOR*, ANNOUNCER: 0RCHES~RA AND Po~,r~LL Spotlight for ~ musical Highlight~ Diok Powell sings th8 ~ong whloh is still you~ top favori$8 f~om ooast t,o coast ~- Number One Cn Your Hit Parade last Saturday -- "ONCE ::: A WHILE". ...... . "ONCE IN A ~ILE". (APPLAUSE) Al'H07 018987'4
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,~" "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" (REgISED)Se~ e 8-Page I POWELL: Thank you - and now for h look into the "heart" of , .r Hollywood. We all know that thls magic clty is full of stars .... stars of yesterday, "today and tomorrow. }~y~ ~--ea~"i~T~'h~m~e~m@~ But right now, It's the young stars of the future that weirs concerned with --- ~a~.~Er. Lucky Strlke is interested too ... and hs's had his scouts out looking fo~ Just this sort of folk ... R~ght hero beside me tonlght is a lovely little girl violinist wh~we feel has already earned the r~ght to be classed as a future star. We'd like to have you lueet this little lady - thirteen year old Dorothy Wade ... (APPLAUSE) DOROTHY: Thank you, ~.Ir. ~owell .,. Oee~ o 're nic~| PO~TELL: (LAUGHS) Now, now, Dorothy "~e're going to put you In our file marked "Future Stars," am~m~... So let's get some information on you ... How long have you been playing the violin? DOROTHY: Seven years ... W~ I won a contest for children playing 8 eo~posltlon that a lot of vlolin~sts find ~ery dlfflcult,~,~ ~ @b~t~ ~2~(~2,<--. POWELL: What was tt? DOROTHY : "The Bee. " POWELL: 'qho Bee." ... Oh yes, even ~y friend "Jascha" Benny found that one tough goin@~ NOW tell me, what's been your biggest thrill so fa~? DOROTHY: %When I was soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic / ~ Orchestra and played a Mendelssohn concerto.
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f • . POWELL: DOROTHY: POWELL DOROTHY : POWELL : DOROq~Y : POWELL: POWELL: DOLLY: POWELL: DOLLY: POWELL; DOLLY: POWELL: DOLLY: q. (REVISED) Soen~ 8 - Page2 Well, I think your thri118 have Jdst begun- ~ ........ ~÷~r, s~.' Now what's it going to be~ ~ If you don't mind, I'm afraid Itls another of those compositions that every violinist plays - "Caprice Viennois," Maybe you all play it - but it takes playing ... Leo Porbsteln will help you outj.o. ~M~, but I ave my own ~h__ accompanist with me. She's waiting. Dorothy, will you bring the lady in? Well, she's not a very bi~ lady - you see, shots only eleven yea~s old... Her name's Dolly Loehr. (LAUGHS) Crczzfn~ ~= u~, :oh? All right, co~o on in, Dolly! (APPLAUSE) Dolly, thSs music is getting younger and younger ... You're Just eleven years old? HOW long have you b~en playing? Five ~D~ a half years, Mr. Powell. Five and ~ half years - and you're only eleven? You mean to say you were playing piano when you were only five years old? Fly and ~ half M . Po~ el ~ 4 Well most little girls like to clay wltNtheir dolls when they're that young. Well, I Dlayod dolls, too - I like dolls very much..But my mother is a music teacher and she taught me to play the piano. And I llke that very ~ueh, too. Well, which do you like bette~? I don~t want my dolls to feel badly but I think I like the piano best, ~ 1"l'~0 1 0189826
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• ¢ I HOWELL: ' /~ (R~E~SEE) Scene (L Pag~ I "yolrK HOLLYWOOD YA~ADE" December l~j 1937 Thank you~ darli~s .. you may be Just kiddies, but that was reall~ Brown-up muslol....Now one of the stars that shine over Hollywood b~ings us ou~ nBxt Highlight of the Week, as Mr, Lucky Strike plays host to Henry Fonda,...A swell actor, Henry is going to taok~ 8orethlng a little bit different tonight...You're going to hear a one-man farce comedy, In which Henry Fonda plays the lead opposite some assorted sound effeots....The title "I Do"t suggests wedding bells and orange blossoms, but that all depends upon ~ust how well Mr, Fonda handles the situation in which he finds himself. So Just llght Up a Lucky --- lean hack ~nd relax while Leo Forbsteln paints a musical setting for a ~plsndIS actor -- H~nry Fonda! (APPLAUSE) ORC~STRA: MUSICAL CURTAIN AND SETTINGJ~.FADE... PO~VELL: The scene - an automobile moving swiftly along - at the wheel a tall young man by the name of ~'~illiam Brown, There is a gl~m~ d~ Mr. Brown's ~yes, an~ a nervous ~ong on hi~ llps, for Nr. Bro~vn is on his way to keep a rendezvous with a license, a preacher, and a certaln young 18dy. IMPRESSIONISTIC MUSIC OP WEDDING MARCH, SEGUE INTO EFFECT OF AUTOMOBILE MOV~NG ALONG - THIS EFEECT DOWN A~,D CONTINUING FAN, F~ BACK BEHIND. BILL: (~ IS "DA-DA DUb~!ING" THE WEDDING MARCH TO HIMSELF - BREAKS OF~ UITH:) Do you, Willlam Ks Brown, take this woman to he your lawful wedded wife, to love, honort and so forth? (TRIES MA~IO~5 19~L~OTEOM~) I do .,, I do ... ~ d~o~ (SIGHS) ~.. (BEGINS TO 'IDA-DE-DUM" WEDDING MARCH AGAIN, BREAKING OFF AFTER A FEW SECONDS WITH: ) P (MORE) R'I'~O ? 0"/B9B ?8
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' /' (REVISED) Scene f- gage 2 BILL: Are you nervous, ~r. E~own? NO, ~Ir. EPown isnlt nervo~s~ nervous - the o~ly reason he's Eot this empty feeling inside is beoause - because (CHUCKleS) Eels (HL~S)~-42~ (UP ON AUTO EFFECT A LITTLE) BABY CRIES, BACK, BILL: What in the -- S0~D OF AUTOMOBILE COMING TO SUDDEN STOP - SQUEAL OF BR~LKES. BABY CRIES AGAIN, BACK, BILL: (AG~SG) Holy suffe~inI eodfIshl BABY CRIES AGAIN, BACK. BILL: Where in the world did that thing come fromq BABY WHIMFENS AGAIN, BACK. BILL: (TRYING TO REASSURE HIMSELF) @@~ ~ne ef us is in the wrong car - BABY BEGIN~ TO CRY LOUDER. BILL: Now ~ait a minute - don't do that~ BABY CONTINUES TO CRY. BILL: I tell you dontt - there's - there's nothin~ to ory - hey you'll fall off that seatl (WITH EFFORT AS ~ REACHES ACROSS TO BACK SEAT AND GETS CHILD.) All right, all right, come on up here~ FADE IN BABY'S CRYI}IS FULL TO GIVE IRIPRESSION OF BABY BEING LI~TED IRT0 ~RONT SEAT. BILL: A baby| to ~,e? BABY CRIES AGAIN. BILL: In my car% (WO~ELLY) Do you - do you bite? Why does e~erythin~ h~pp~n P All rIgh$ now - take it easy~ I dldn't mean anything by that - Gosh - Y never handled one of you thlngs Before~ Which end Eoe~ up? 81"M01 01898?9
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L ' / ,, ' r (REVISED) Scene 9 P~ge 3. BABY STOPS CRYING AND BEGINS TO GURGLE DBLIO}~2EDLY. BILL: Those blankets - he~e; let me look at you, BABY G~RGLBS A LITTLE LOUDER. BILL: Say, youtre not a vary biB one, a~6 you? You couldn't have crawled in there; now could you? BABY S[~GLES : BILL: BABY COOS. BILL: (AS IF ANSWERING BABY) NO, I didD't think you could -- Youlre a brand new model; a~hlt yOU$ I moan - oh~ I donlt know what I mean! I - I never had a baby beforel Well, whet're yo~ grinning about? This is a heok of a spot to be In! I'm on my way to get marriedL BABY GURSLBS; BILL: Yeah, I said married| And now I've got you on my handel And if I'm late to my own we~dinB - hey, wait a mlnutel I set it~ It's that smart-ale~k best-m~ of mine - this has got all the earmarks of that corkscrew mind of hlsZ BABY STARTS TO CRY SOFTLY, BILL: Now wait a minute - don't kick those blankets off~ I won't know how to put them back on~ I mean - (AS HE SEES NCTE) Bey, wait s minuteL Wharfs this - finned to your --- Hold still, will you? llve got to read it~ (READS) BABY CRIES DIE OUT BEHInd, BILL: (CCNTINLrES - READS) "Dear Friend: I anl puttin~ my baby in your care because I think that anyone who can afford such an expensive automobile could afford ~mybe to take care of Just one litt]o baby. Her name is Belly and she is a very good babye but her father has Bone away and I am going with him, so please be good to her and please; please don~t give her to an orphanage. God bless you." P F~T~O ~ 01~9880
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t (REVISED) BABY GURGLES SLEEPILY. BILL: (SLOWLY) Her name is Sally .H. My motherts name... (SHARPLY TO HIDE HIS FEELINGS) Well, what if it is? can ~ do with a baby? Itm not even married yet! BABY GURGLES. BILL~ BABY COOS. BILL: S~ene 9 / Page 4. What No, I'm not trying to give you a line| Theytre waiting for me at the church right now| Listen, fella - I mean Sally - orphan-homes aren, t so bad. Why~ look at the size of me - ~ I was brou@It up in onel Yeahj honest I was~ ~Cc~se it gets kind of lonely sometimes - I mean around the holidays - you know, Chriatmas - you see C~istmas trees in other kids' windows and you start to thinking - (BREAKS OF~ ANGRILY) Say - whatls the matter with me? Ann waitlnBifor me ~t the church and here I am playlng "Hearts andlFlowersZ" BABY ON VERGE OF TEARS. BILL: Aw, now - now~ Sally. m~selfl BABY WHIMPERS A~PEALINGLY, BILL: I wasn't yelling at you - only at Now please don~t talk like that - I can't think straight when you dol And l've got to fIsure out what to do with youj now donlt I? BABY GURGLES: BILL: Yeah, sure, BABY COl, So I know she said not to give ycu to an orphanaEe (DEFENSIVELY) but what else can I do, Sally? You're such a tiny little thing and Irm such a big awkward galoot - why, you fit right in the ~alm of my hand! I mean -- ~ ]'~{01 0189881
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i (REVISED) Scene " - Page 54 , (SLOWLY) I Mean - (SOFTLY - APPEALINGLY) What do you wa~na held on to my hand like that for? Be reasonable, kid - how can a ~Y llke me take oare of a little Nit of something like you? BABY GURGLES AS IF TALKING, Yeah, Y know I'm going to get marrled, and Ann - well, sh~Is as good a a apo~t as there is, but - but after allt seed sport or not~ be reasonable, Sally~ Wouid any glrl want to take a b~by alon~ O~ a hone~noo~ BABY GURGLES AGAIN AS IF TALKING. BILL: All right - if thatrs what you want - But -~- howtll I tell her? Suppose she doesn't want a baby - Holy smoke! What if she doesnTt want s baby? SOUND 0E OPENING AUTO DOOR, BILL: I've go$ to telephone he~I There - that sterel BILL: Mebbe they Rot a telephone there~ OPENING DOOR SHOP - B~LL TINKLES - CLOSING DOOR OLD },~N: (FADE IN) Gould I help you, si~? BILL: Sorry to bothe~ you, but - but hays you a telephone I could use? Yes, help yourselfl Right, there against the wall. OLD MAN: BABY COOS. BILL: ThanksL NICKEL DROPPING IN TO BLOT - DIALING SOUND BIL , SIAL S RVGUSDY) Doo }/ o o she? Oh - why did I ever ask her ~'~ Y BABY GURGLES BEHIND ABOVE. BILL: (SOTTO) Hello, hello? Is this the church? iD . kids? Docsnlt Listen would you please call Ann Cunningham to the telephoneY...Yeah... (~OER~ R|~01 0189882
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" ( • ( vIsED) Scene 9 -. BaSe 6, ~. BILL: I know shots getting man, led, but get her to the (Contld) telephone anywayl But I tell you she's ~ to come to the telephonel This is Bill Brown] yeah, that Bill Brownl Hurryl BABY GURGLES. BILL: Now take it easy, Sally ~ Hello - hello - Ann? It's BillJ He - no, wait, Ann - listen to m6Z I bavenlt had a chanoe to mention this before - but kids - how do you feel about kids? Yeah, little kidsX Do you llke 'em? You DO? (NOTE: UP IN GREAT EXCITEMENT) IhatVs SWELL~ WHY? BABY COOS IN CLOSE BILL: Well, you seer Ann - you - me - (UP) WE JUST HAD A BABY! MUSIC: UP AND FINISH. (APPLAUSE) ............... iNSERT ~ESTIMONIAL ............... P I~ T;~O 1 0189883
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P0~r~bt POWELL~ ' POHDA$ ~'O~VA PLS~'X ~L~L Than ksj l~k -tlmt ~,s ~ea1~7 Ir~llt -- An~ If ~ha~ IITO boor, he~A~, is troop 1~ le ye~7 itpp~pcs o,* X ur, de~s~and you ~t to bosoms Q £a~ yo.,sr+Jelf. Yeaj X t'-eA@, f~'~etht~lg "JLl~ ~'~ttb ~ ~',he lHt.~e@e, j, X ~ to aak ~F wLlro aboub L~, ~$r D~ok~ Z have a ~ b~ mho~ ~orT. would l~ko to ~, FACe aws~" - ~ank. I sta~e~ ~ol~ln~ L~e~k~.es ~u ~w~ eF, GOt13" f~ve ~e@e~ ei~t months end two weelc~ ass tone.t, HO~ e~ you vomombo~ ~ ei~b ~o~th~ ~d rye ~ooks so wo11? Xt ~as t~o c~In8 Of"FO~SAKI~O ALL 0~I~$"~ ~ £Arst r~e£ OppOrtUnit7 on B~oad~ay. Z Was a 7sun5 a~d arabitlo~ uP~3erst~dy aud .~antod to be ~n Good vo2ee, 8o I tried d~ffsront otSa~tss to s~o ~toh wtxa t~o en~ient on ~ throat. And 7o~ ~io~o~ Lushes? YOI~ bet X ~ ,,, ~iVo yews# el~tt ~tort~.h8 ~ '~JWO weeks ~0 toni~l)t ~ PO.~LCX.LI Thsnk~ £or tollln~, ua that# henry Fon~a ,,, end th~ aSaln FO~l~}~l ~ho D~ ~as all ~.no. Ooodnlp_~ 8vor~t~7. before I step off the I thSa~ ~, +racker 8tr$~e RTH01 01BgBB4
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OBCIiESTRA: ORCHESTRA~ ANNOH~CKR z (R~-VlSED) Scene i0 page I. "YOUR HOLL~00D PARADE" December 15, 1937° "Lucm" BAY"....FAOE FOR Z~ ",~-~/ ] (STATION BREAK) # "LUCKY DAY" .... UP AND ~INISH, Back to your Hollywood Parade, starring Dick Powell -- with Rosemary Lane, Dudley Chambers, Leo Eorbstein and the Lucky Strike Orchestra, the Lucky Singers, Rule Davls~ Pat O'Brlen, Jane Bryan, Wayne t,lorris - and -- Henry Ponda -- Reporting the news, the ~lamcur -- the heart of Holl~v~ood. ~i And here is youP ok Powelll (APPLAUSE) p A1"~0"1 0189885
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(REVISED) / • i PO9'ELL: ORCHESTRA: Scene ii Page l, Thank you - And here's the HollyWood highlight of the week in loveliness....Rosemary L~ne, and a lovely song... "If It's The Last Thing I Do".... ( APPLAUSE ) "IF ITrS T}~ LAST THING ~ DO" .... HIT INTRO AND FADE LANE: POWELL: ORO~iESTEA: LANE: POWELL: LANE: POWELL: LANE: Eello~ Dick ... Hello, Rosem -- ohs oh! Wait a minute -- hold evemythingt Leo, stop the musio~ (MUSIC OUT) Nothlng's wrong -% I Jus% have to tell the people how terrific you look...Hose~sry~ yo~re doing us p~oud...That little number you'~e wea~ing is ~eally some Ing| Ladies and gentlemen, I ~ust wish you could see .~a-4,~right now...she~s got a sort of a - well - 8 lovely thing - It$9 black - it's blue - it's sort of a pale fudge - And ther~s a doe-dad on the shoulder -- end a little gadget there - - sort of on the bias.... Now y 07 wait a minute with yo~ "things" and "Stuff'I... This is a gown Orry-Helly~ fashion designer at Warnerls made especially for me...And if you donlt mind, lid llke to straighten things out with the ladies listening in... Yes, Dick, I knowt but I'm telling you. This is a black peu dtonge crepe, with a sweeping skirt - it has soutash bovarian embroldered sleeves and the little vestee is embroidered too. And this thing ~s you called it, is a sleeveless bolero bordered with sourish braid and this ie a wide antelope belt. YOU like the hat? Well It was adapted from the style of the hats worn by the 1890 can-can dancers of the music halle of Pa~As. (MORE) FITHO 1 0189886
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/ LANEI (Cent'S) POWELL: ' 'wu" (REVISED) Scene l~ - Page ~. It has soutash braid too, and the yell is accented with Chenille d s. It's as simple as that, Of course,~If you want to get technical about it - all right - but I thou@hi I gave e very good description of it, lANE: (LAUGHS) Well ~ it was very swell of you to notice my gown at all ... POWELL: Thank you - new let4~ see . ~ where lere we a lovely girl and a lovely song -- I'IF ITtS ThE LAST THING I DO", Leo, will you model thl8 number fo~ us? LANE AND ORCHESTRA: "IF IT'S THE LAST THING l DO, A[H01 018988?
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ORCHESTRA: POY~LL: ORCHESTRa: POP,ELL: ~ (REVISED) SCENE 12~Z- Page I "HOLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST THEME" Your Hollywood Parade moves on to still another hi~hlisht of the week -- the Lucky Strike award to the first citizens of Movletown, those who typify "Hollywood at Its Best" ... Tonight, we pay tribute to a man who has won the highest professional honor in Hollywood -- the Academy Award for the Best Performance of 1936 .... But it is not this "best" that we salute, for to his artistry he has added a lifetime of sincsrlty and personal integrity -- and to us he represents .. "Hollywood At Its Best".... THE~,~ OUT .... SEGUE ... BACKGROUND MUSIC ... FADE FOR In 1897, Just forty years ago, a boy was born to the family of Welsenfreund in Vienna -- the old Vienna whose streets echoed the lilt of the waltz and reflected the colors of S~y unlforms..Something of this music and ~rI someth!ns of this color was captured in the soul of the boy. His earliest dream was to become a great actor... At an early age, he came to America with his parents...66~e~was educated in the schools of New York City, but his schooling was often interrupted from his eleventh year on by work upon the stage he loved, for his parents were of the Theatre too....In fact, it was thr~ them that he was finally launched upon his eareer...About to open their show in a small town, they found they needed an acto~ to play the part of an old man..Hone being available, the boy stepped into the part, and with hls first display of the wizardry of make.up which has slnee made him famous -- Muni Welsenfreund, or Paul h~nl as we know him -- became an old man for the first time.. (MORE) B [:KO "; 0~89888
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( Oont, ) That night a great actor took his first curtain eallS;o His rise to stardom was slow but steady -- the result of his intense capacity for hard work and hfs innate sincerity. Yet along the way to the top he took time to help others. fanning into a flame any spa~k of talent he founds giving those deserving ones his formula for success -- "bard work, and s~ncerltz~..~ went into Mexico for flrst-hand tnPor2~tlon on the character he was to portray...In a cheap cape, he heard a young slnger in a program of dramatic ballads. Re met and talked to the boy, who opened hi~ heart and poured out ~s dreams of becoming an aetor°..That was over t~io years ago.. Today, this same young r~an is a student!n a Chicago dramatic school, and Paul ~nl is paylng the bills...~ - ~., ............. . He asks no thanks for his generositles~ only results...Few people know much about Paul ~ni, not because he is a recluse, but because his llfe Is slmple -- much of it being spent in that hard work which has won him his place in the Theatre...~ (MORE) R ]'~WO I 0189~B9
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/ POWELL i (Cont.) ORCHESTRA: ....................... : /~ . u (REVISED) SC~E/ " Pa~e -3 was on one of these walks that an inoldent o@ouNed shows the hi,nan side of the man more than the hills, he 0ame upon a little 10aning against a orylng...ghe had Out and Paul picked hen carried he~ to his own physician, he little gi~l would have to remain in bed fen at ~t two weeks until her wound healed. Paul her fagherj a gardener on a nearby est failed to the famous actor. Then, day for two weeks~ he te tlny eha~ge a Dolls, clothes, even a bicycle -- day was ~hristmas day for her.. But Paul remains In ~ckground always, letting others take ~rsdlt for the He has no time for the spotlight, no time for applause... he is too busy llvln~ hls motto - "Hard wo~k and slnoerl~". Yes, sincerity has always been the keynote of his llfe . i A thought from one of his favorites, Shakespeare, may best deBcrlbe the man..."Hls wo~ds are bonds~ his love sincere, his thoughts l~maoulatel his heart as far from fraud, as heaven from earth"....Ites nl~e to kr.ow that Hollywood has people llke Paul Munl to make it a olty with a heart) people who take the time to lend a helptn~ hand to others whose great ambitions have yet to be reallzed...That is why we salute Paul Muni -- to us he typifies "Hollywood At Its Best"I .... MUSIC UP AND FINISH (APPLAUSE) RI-HO ? O789890
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FO~I ~O'fl~L AND 0~OHEST~As "NOBODY t $ S~ERTHEART" (APPLAUSE) ~TH01 018~891
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LUCKY STRIE~ DECEMBER 18, ANNOUNCER: ' ('~' (REVISED') SCENE 14 -SECONI COS~RCIAL "YOUR EOLLYWOODPARADE" 1937 Abo~t ten minutes a~o on this pro~am~ Es~rS Fends was kind enough to say that he has smoked Luokles fop ove~ five years. Mr~ Fonda told you how he found them so easy on hie throat, And that is of importance to every smoker, even thouEh your business doesnrt depend on your voice. And here is why. Sow, the only reason any of us smoke, Is for pleasure, But this pleasure can be spoiled by throat irritation. And Be, Lucky Strike developed the "Toasting" process to combat throat irritation. This process - ~xo~u~Ive wlthLuck~E~rlke i d~i~es out oe~taln harsh throat irritants found in al_!1 tobacco -- even the finest. That's ~hy Luckles are a light smoke -- easier on the i, tbm~tB of people whose li~InE depends on their vo~s -~ and easier too, on the throats of you who want the utmost pleasure in smoki1~. ORCHESTRA: "LUCKY ~Ay'I TAG l AI)~01 0189892
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/ POWELL: OIICHESTRA: (REVISED) SCENE 35, You know, Holly*rood gocs for ncvel~igs in a~hu=q~_~ivay, and right uow th~ fad in town la ~!~-~:~; '~h~t'r e~110~ ,y "The Gamo" -- an aotin~ HamO like th6 old fashioned Oharadcs, wh~e for instanco you stand on your head to act out "Upside down caks"...It's a llttle ~ but 5tt~ taken tho ~own ]~ke ~vory nove2ty has~ and the b~g novelty in song this week is - a tune w8 Introduce~ in ~2~}t~ "Hollywood Hot~l" and no~ wel]l ~ntroduce ~t to ~Ir. Luck7 Strlk~ an4 his £rlends.,.It's "Let That Be A Les~on To You"...That's for you, Leo -- a.." " ~_ ~ "L_EET THAT HE :~ LE$SON TO YOU'* (APPLIUSE) ( / fll )401 0189893
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• " "'~' (REVISED) Scene'"6 - Page 1 "YOUR HOLLI~/OOD pARADE" The Hollywood dr~atio highlight of the week bplngs us two of th~ stars of the new Warner Brothorst-Coemopolltan picture "S~bmarlne D-l"...Tonight Pat O IBrie~ and ~ayno Mo~risp assisted by ~ane Bryan~ lovely eta~let~ appear in somethlng ratho1~ unique - a tort of - But 1?alt~ before I get myself behind the ~eight.ballt I think IId b~ttoF, introduce Pat 01B~i0n h~mself and let him tell you Just what goes in the dramatic line tonight .o. Folks oo, meet a prince of good fellows and an ace actor.°.Fat 0 IBrien I POWEI,L: Pat3 vlonlt you help r~lo out and to~l the folks what ~veIz, e doing toniuh~ for th~ guests Of" L,[m. Lucre Striko? ~ O'BRIEN: Well, i'i] toll you what woIl.o ~0T going to do -- a proviow...You soo~ friondsj "g~bma~Ino 2-i" is a piotul~e whose baok,lround is the g~blllarlno branch cf the Unltod grates Ha%"j~..And D~.ck, after all~ %~o CCUI~Lnlt possibly sq~'.oozo the Pacific Fleet in he~o, ooull %!~? POWELL: %Voll~ it would be a bit crowded, at that. %:0 might warble a CouPle of lifo-boats~ but oortalnl~ nc~ ~hs fl~ot O~BRIEN: ~ $o ~.,~ ~e going to brin~j you ar~ original dramatization fo~ the ai~ of the events leadir~ u:~ to the ~lot of "Submarine D-I" in oth~r wo~d~ fo~ the fi~;~t tilue in ~sdio~ w~lll tell the sboI'y before the story of' a motion Fioture No~, ~ movi*~ in behind tha~ eight-ball, Fat...Bette~ explain youPself. ~TH01 0189894
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/ ,, ,. < • (REVISED) Scene i('- Page 2 01BRIEN: Right ~ I p y p rt of Butch Rogers~ hard-drlvlng ohlef torped man of the sum in vy Wayne Morris IB I'Sock" • ~ ~ - and Jane Bryan~Is "Knn," the gir'l wetre both in love ~Ith. PO%TELL: New we're Getting somewhere ! O~BRIEN~ Okay - clear the deck8 | Prepare fop action Jane and Wayne; R~re we Go with the story of what might have taken place before the beginninG of the picture Submarine D-I. " ORCHESTRA: THEIIATIC |,~JSICAL OUP~TAIN....FADE FOR POWELL: The scene is the U.So Navy Submarine Base at New London~ Connecticut, and in the assamhly ~)om~ Chief Torpedo ~s/~ Butch Rogers is addressing a gubmarlno School Draft of men nevl to this type of somvlce - ORCHESTRA: FADES OUT ON GENERAL ~VJ~IR OF D~E TO BE pUT ALL FIRST LIt~S SOUND & OASTt NUFJ,IUR OF MEN ABOUT TEE NEW SERVICE, ETC. BUTCH: All right r~en, setti0 down --- (T}~Y QUIET DOWN) You men amo in a branch of the Se~vlce that is now to you. I want to give you a few words of caution -- the Jump from battloshlps to submarines ~oqui~os consldo~able mental submarine navy~ust as tho$~o~Gh as tht~ battleshiD navy~ but in its ovm ~ay. Beoauso of the cramped space in a sub, you~ll find your relationship between the o~ho~ ~r, on a~ ~4" +*~ the o~fice~e much closer a~ mot0 po~scnal~"~ry to rospoc~ it, While you're h~re# learn everything you can -- You~ll find you~solf Raft of tho flnost bttnoh ¢f man in the world. You'~ i the sub~arine navy now - romembe~ that. All ~ight ~ f~oo gangway -- m~byou all kno~ when your llborgySs Up ---- d QI"~01 0~898~5
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SOUND & CAST: ZIPPERI BUTCH: ZIPPER: !(REVISED) Scene 16 Page CONFUSION UP AS MEN ARE DISMISSED --- THIS FADES AS Say Butch, tha wa a re t speech. gemh "N what a~,e you trying t~ do - rib me? Sure - why not? Say, come O~ gown to Sandyls and get a bee~. BUTCI[: Sor~], Zipper -- Iid llke to but Itve got muother speech to make. A very important speech --- ZIPPER: I know -- I know -- That s~,e speech to ~% Sawyer agaln -- ~h donit Me Sly up. BUTCH : ~ "'^'"'- ..... f-.~ ~u~ ~;~ nev~i gives up • This time I make the gPade~ She canlt keep tippling me dove. fePoveP. VZish me luck, will ya* ZIPPER: $ure~ iell wish you luck, but --- I hate to see a good tol.~edo man get marPied,,,,It ruins ~.i~ nerves,,,,, f+ */ BUTCH: La7 off, will ya, ZIppor....~~.... , SOUND & CROWD: UP WITH MURMURING AND AV DIB TALK FOB BOARD F~/)N,,. ? SOUND: FA-DE IN KNOCKING ON DOOR MATB~M LOUD FOR C.~hOINARY DOOR m~oc_~K SOUND: DOOR OPEN AND ..... AIIN : ~,S~-y Butch Rogers ,,., %':h~ digit youou~in~tin ~ the bell? ANN: 0f course ... llve be@n waiting fo~" you...Zoulre late - BUTCH: Ii~i ~or~.~.l had to make a speech to th@ new men.... ANN: %',tell; yOU ¢a~ settle dowll now -- Yo~ do. it have to ~](e any speeoho s he~e, BUTCH: I know -- #'nn tho~els ~omethlnR iive b~en ~,,~R~il~i to teli you for ~ lon~ time. d ~ 1"~0 't 0?89096
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ANN: BUTCI1 ( (REVISED) Scene 16 Page 4 Yes~ Butch? ~ ~ #~W~ Well, you know ~ - I1m pretty much of ~. live kicked around a lot,., ANN: (LAUGHS SOFTLY) What is this~ Butoht a oonfesslon? BUTCH: ~o - but that sept of th~ng is all right for a while~ but after a while - well~ you know - a guy wants to settle down 8omo place 81ql h~v~ a ho~e .. ~nl ~ g~den -- and FL~,VERS I ANN: (LAUGHS) V~Ys Buteh| F~atts funny about that? I was Just thinking of you raising sWeet-peas BUTCH Aw~ take it easy - I moan useful flowers| . uh - well ANN : BUTCH: ANN : BUTCH: ANN: BUTCH: lettuce a~I tomatoes, And [flowers? (LOUD) - but' donlt Don~t shout you saying? Yes -~ J .~W~II~ every fellow wants to settle~gwn scm3time - you knc~ - and he nceds some h~Ip, ~'.. A~N: What kind of help~ Butch? '~. BU~CH: Just ll~lp, llelp, I donlt know -- Help - you know,~ .~ ANN: You moan you want some help in picking ou@ ~ house? BUTCH~ YEAH~I YEAH, THAT IS ITI ANN: How funny~ I was Just goi~ to ask yo~ to help ~e pick out somethingl No kiddln~ - R|-~O 1 0189892
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\ I, ANN: DUTCH: ANN: gUTCH: ANN: BUTCH: SOUND : ANN : BUTCH: ANN: BUTCH: ANN: DUTCH: SOUND: BUTCH: ANN : SOUND BUTCH. SOUND : ANN : SOUND: J d ........ [~L£ ....... ' (~' (REV.ISED) 8cons 16 P ~ago 5 YesI. live got the catalog right hotel What are you dolnt - buyinI ~ seeds? (LAUGHS) NO - rings I ENGAGEMENT RINGS I Hide? WHAT? A Certainly| A girl doesnrt ~et married every day and I w~ant to Dot ths rlght engagement ~Ir~l You donlt mind helping zle choose one~ do you? ~Vhat do you thinkt ~. PAPER DATT~S Now - now look at this page | %{hioh one of these rlngs do yOU think is the prettlest? 'i~ .. / Uh - well - I~d say -- . C " -- Oh thatls a beautiful ~,ing - but it's so expensive - Thl, ee B hundred dollars Well, so what? I like it I - an' that's the one youlre ~ gettinr . Oht reallF? Yes, rnat am -- Bac~, I gotta get goln~ - DOOR BELL Yigot CompanF - I guess.,,.So fill see you first thing tomorrow night. i~R~st ~ou hurry? DOOR HELL Yeah - I got to g~t somethlnF~ - DOOR BELL ~{ go~u%ds llke a bill collector ---(CALLS) IIm comlngl D00H OPENS FII'~O 1 0189898
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,. kk \ / • (REVISED) Boone 16" Page 6 , SOCK: (OFF HIKE) (EXUBERANT) ~-~nn, honeE (SUDDENLY) - uh, uh - oh, so you're he~eL BUTCDt ~ ITm here - but Itm leaving right this minute | SOCK : SUELL L BUTCH: Last nlght~ I mlghta v;orried about you - but tonights I haven't a worry in the world. socK: .Err-v~:-rs-~ ~ - ~ ~ BUTCh: Nothing yourd be interested i~ at all~ my boy. 8o~ you tomorrow night, Ann ANNz Goodnight, Eutohl Thanks for h~iplnS me. HUTCH : It i s all right o Evel~ythingI ~all ~ight now - Good~ight ~a~ SOUND : DOOR SHUTS SOCK: I donlt know what itls all about,shut thl is great - Eettinr rid of beetle-Duos that quick| ANN: No~iI Sock - you shouldnlt say such t~ings about ~uteh ~. ~i2 SOCK: Well# some day I'~ joln ~p in the Subl~arine Ha~j just to make a monkey outta that ~orilla. ANS: How please, Sock - yo Ire both SOCK: Friends? i~a :'~z. Come on, ~- ~e sit down. It's good to be back here with youZ You know, all the time th*~ ship was down in Panama, you knol,i what I was dolnJ ? ANN: T~lling lies to Seno~Itas~ ~A,~54A~ ~W~ ~¢~ SOCK: ~ You think so? Listen -~ if you ever n@eded mo~ lid come to you if I had the whole fleet sittinI on ~ly ohost~ ANS: I know that~ Sock - and I~app~oolate it| SOCK: Tlmt'~ the way I f~ol~ Ann - I~ you know it~ because ~- the~e comes a time in every manl~ life - well, uh - you SO~ -. ~l'~Oi O189899
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.... '/±' (~EVI~ED) Leone 16"- Pag~ V ANN: (INTE~IUPTING) I know Sock - and you can help me - if you visit too SOCN: ~ Butch hasn't boon fresh with you, has he? If he hasj I'll ....... J ANN: (I~UGHS) T~ silly - I want you ~o help me pick out at~ engagemen~ ~,Ing l SOCK: ~iq~T: ANN: ~] Yes. All I want you to do is toll me vlhioh of those yings YOU'D got if YOU w,~ro buying a rin~ for a Lirl SOCK: (THINKS }~] O~Tl~ IT) Oh, I L~t it. (ChZ;CI~.LNS) O.K. A;x • ' ~" TIT~[IE - that s ~he ring d ANN: TVIO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE DOLLARS I ThatTs a little expensives isnlt it? SOCK: Nothin's too good when I pick out a ~i..o .0. a glrl A J SOCK: I got a little shoppln' to do~ So~ you to..:o~row n-ght - AN!{: SOCK ~ SOON 1 ORCHESTRA: FADING AFTER F~; SECONDS AND CONTI]'~ING BEHIND FOLLOWING I~{ONTAGE EFFECT: BUTCH: "'~r.~!~o~n hol]o A~O~ this is Butchl Listol~ c92% you lot me have a hunclrcd buckn fo~" thirty days? -v~d% woll~ li~ton OOw Abo~ frye ~otta have it % (FADE) IIvo • ~ to' ORCI-[ESTfIA: iIUSIC UP TL~'~N lADING AND CONTI~UJI~!G B~nl ID. SOCK: A~;. bca pal~ Joe - this is ~o - Sock - askin~thls favo~ - .i ~ days : v. ~ - .just a hundred and fifty ouoks for ~>. rt- ~ou'll got Ib backl (FADE) Itm tellin' ya~ 7ou'!l get it back..., o ORC]KSTi{A: ~;SIC COMING UP T}~I': FADING DOWN AND CONTI~[UING BEHIND ~TH01 0189900
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*. ,, / ~REVISED) Boeno 16 Fa~ B BUTCR: ~wt F~ed~ 4~~ Illl give you my watch as securityl Itve gotta have anotheP flfty bucks ~h~,, i:,~ b-,L tc tu---'c, tcq Sure iris Important l (FADE) A Most important thing in the worldL ............ DECH~?SI'RA: I~USIC UP WITH ABOVE FADE. THEN F~DING DOI~. AND./ ~ CONTINUING BEKIBD : ~ ,~" SOCK: ~'~fe~ Itm askinl ya like a b J~th~0 Skip. This suit of mine i~ v,,op~h~..~i~gy~cks - twenty smackers and itls ~ours I ORCHESTRA: ~" I'd[SIC EFFECT ,k~,~,~ BUTCH: But itls my best sult~ Al~ Okeh~ okeh, for the re, bucks you can have it, but l~av~ me one pgiP el pant~ ORCI~STRA: MK:gIC UP WITH ABOVE FADE CONING TO CLIMAX DRN;ATICALLY,AND STOPPING ABRUPTLY VIITH: SOCK: (IN G!{EAT HAPPINESS) lka*e got it ! -~:o h~tndped and sevo~tN five bucks I (NADE: DA DA DEING WEDDI ,,J iLARCH ~,%tlICH SEGD~g ZNT0 N.,XT TBEME) ORCHESTKA: NUSIO BUILDING lIP AS BEFORE TO CLIt,L-')[ AITD PAUSING AGAIN AS ABOVE FOR: BUTO•., Z~,Je got it I Three !wr*dred smacks I (~,TS~" TO DA DA ~t ..... . z~t,]~ FADING x,~l:~J URDDINO IIARCH ~?IZICII SEOUES INTO %~I'lT ~" , r F, ACK A)!E OUT AFT_;R p'liU S~COND8 BEIIIND) SOUND: STREET NOISES D015~I A~'i; CONTINUING ~lEHliUu RI:0CKIIJI OiT DO0~: HeN - v/hatri'e ~0~ bangtnI 0tl AI!I%IS rlooP~ ~,~Cl~? SOCK: bef01~e~ 1 9~'~apl~ ~ down SOCK: XcahT Outta ~%y ?lay, Boetlo-puss - llve ~o~ s l~In~ Tom A!~n, i / TN01 0 89901
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GOU__~: (BEGINS POUNDING 0N DOOR) SOCK: (ALSO POUNDING) Annnn - I gotte ringl BUTCH: Ann - I got the ring. (THEY POUND AND YELL) Ann~ Look out Sock - Annl SOUI;D: DOOR RATTLES LOUDLY - OPENS (ALL AD LUB Bq0PS SUDDENLY) ANN: SOUND: ANN: BUTCH: ANN: SOCK: ANN: SOCK: ANN: BUTCH: A H H: SOCk:K, P Page 9, What on earth - wharfs wrong - ~an~t you two b8 together for even a minute without fighting. Come in, DOOR SHUTS. Now what's it all about? (LOUD) Thatls what we want to know - which one is ~t? (PUZZLED) Which one is what? (LCUD) Which ~ing are you going to take? (LAUGHS) DonVt shout - you both have good!taste~ b~t wo,~l - after all, one of you BAD to loseL Yeah, we know that~ but which one was it? You see, boys - Tom's ship is at Sail DieHo next week and that's where we're Going to get married~ And he couldn't - Wait a minute - maybe I missed the '- Uh - you mean you're marryini Tom Call an? Uhy, of coursel Who else would I marry? How do ou .i e that~ To,,, cou*an't Ee~ A~ave, so he sent ~a the money and asked me to choose my ov~ engagement ring -~ thatts why I asked you boys to help me! And~hoioe~was perfeotl Here it is - right on ~v finger -- isnlt it ~ beautiful , ATHO~ 0189902
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BUTCH: 1 SOCK: 0~o HESTEA: SOCK: ORCHESTRA: SOCK: Yeah -- ~, ~" ANI~': Well, haven't you two anything more to say to ~,e? EUTCE: ~ I think I'm~K-t~ one o' my dizzy spells - I gotta go, Ann, SOCK: Yeah - me - Y get dizzy spells, too - there's a opidomlc of 'em. goin' around -- AN~: ~Telll~ if you re not feeling well - but ,.. COUNI~: DOOR OPENS ANN~ (AWAY) Goodbye boys. Thanks much for your help. I do hOES you both feel better - Okch, Ann, thanks, Okeh - G'byc. DOCR SHi~ S, (PAUSE) BACKGROUND FADES IN, ~very mGnls llfe - well - I need you~, help, BUTCII! Ye~h, live hosTd that before, too. SOCK: }~. But^thC~ ~s Sg~IOU~- DUTC~;: a ~', what do yo~ want? SOCK: I - uh - well, 1 thoucht maybe yould put my name on youz' list for Submarine Service -r BUTCH: ~ The way vi~ all the time - you want to be with me? Why? Butch - two guys as dumb as ',~ ~ro oug.ht to stick toGethep I , -- SWELL TO FINALE. ! (AFFLAUSE) P I:fTH01 0189903
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POWELL: ANNOUNCER PO%~LL~ CAST AND OECHESqlRA~ SC~,rES •7, ls Thanks for a grand performance, Pat a~d Wa~rne, a~d th~ks Jane Bryant for a swell Job of pushing thos~ two sailors around .., doodni~ht and good luck| ~.. Now before we go about the business of more ~8i0~ hotels a word from Mr. Lucky Strike. .... Next time youlre buyir~ cigarettest remember the opinion of the men ¥~o know tobacco best .,, the Independent tobacco experts. These experts know who bu~s ~lhat tobacco.and so what th~ ~moke of their o~ ¢holee is of importance to everN smoksr, Thoir verdlot is Luckies ~ to I, ( PAUSE ) Remember with independent tobacco experts, with me~ who know tobacco test - itls Luckles ~ to i. Thanks, Bob, and nol'~ for the tousle... :~ne Lucky Singers, and the Lucky Strike 0rohostra join Lucky B~I in another of those groat tunes that call Broadway home -- "Goodbye[ Jonah" from the musical show "Vlrglnia" ... Cunnel Forbstel~ if you please~Z4st~f "GOODBYE JONAH" (APPLAUSE) Fi 7",N'O I 018990~
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ORCHESTRA: PO~,ZLL~ (REVISED) SOEN~ 19 "O00DBYE JONAH" ..i.REPRISE...FADB FOR.. Well, So much for Edition Number Two of "Your Hollywood Parade"...But don't go tway, because a week come tonight we'll be back with ~ore Hollywood Highlights for you.,. ~:r. Lucky Strike has invited Billy and Bobby Mauch to visit us hers on stage 9, as well as those "Dead End" kids, Billy Halop and Leo Oorcey and as our very special guest, that fine actor and gentleman, Herbert ~arshall... The Old Guard will be out in force, with Rosemary Lane, Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Singers, Sure Davis, The Lucky Seven, Leo Forbstein with the Lucky Strike Orchestra, and a young future star - B~ory D'Arcy.....Hope you'll be there ~hen the Parade starts -- try hard, will you? But for novJt this is yours sincerely Dick Powell saying goodni~ht ~ang, soodni~it everybody -- and good Luckles~ '~SIO UP AND FINISH (APPLAUSE) AI"~O J 0189905
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'7 SOENE 20 "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PA~D~" ANNOUNCB;R: Lucky SSrike wishes to thank Warner Brothers Studios for their cooperation in presenting "Your Hollywood Parade".. ORCHESTRA AND ChoRus: ,,HAPPY DAYS ABE hEA~,, ANNOUNCER: This is the National Broadoasting Company. A ]',~01 O189906
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4~ DECEN~ER 22, 193V i. AUCTIONEER N. HAPPY DAYS 3. EO~,~ELL OPENING (NATURAL THING TO DC 4. ORCNESTEA (NINE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT) 5. FUTURE STAR - D'ARCY (OLD IIAN RIVER) 6. D'ARCY TESTI:~ONIAL 7o KIDS - CHRISTEAS 8° POWELL NO. S SONG (BLOSSOHS ON BROADmjqAY) 9. CHORUS (LULLABy OF BROADWAY) lO. LUCKY DAY AND SECOND HALF OPENING ll. ORC}~STNA (~UIERAr~!E ~.~JCHO) i~. COILEECIAL (EEFER DIARCY) ~ 13. ~OSEr~!AEY LA![K (YOU AND I KNOW) 14. B~EIND THE SCENES IS. GAGS & GADGETS (I,~MA I W/.%T TO ~AILE REYTHN) ]~. CO:]~HCIAL (TOBACCO) 17. pOm~ELL SONG (GOLD I~INE IN %~E SKY) l~. HERBENT ~ARSHALL 19° CO:/5!EN C IAL NO. FII~ALE (HALLELUJAH) 21. CLOSING ANNOUNOE!,~NT 22. ~HE~,~ & SIGN OFF. R1-H01 018990?
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"YOUR ~0LLYWOOD PARADEu Scene i. ,- December ~, 195'7 ANNOUNCERI Listen to the chant of the tobao¢o auctioneer | AOCTIONEER: (FADE IN CHANT. •..FIRST SALE...BOLD AMERICAN SECOND SALE... SOLD AMERICAN THIRD SALE.,. (Ending with) All done - SOLD TO THE At~RIOAN TOBAC00 COMPANY ~ 4,~ c k-,l-e~Cwe--t o~-I" ) ~TH01 01B9908
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,,Your BOL SB RADB" e. "~C December 2~ 193~ OHCRESTEA~ "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE ~i ANNOURSER: Lucky Str~ke presents --- ORCHESTRA~ "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE ~/~ ANNOUNCER: "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" --- Starring Dick Powell l ORCHESTRA & CHORUS: ",HAPPY DAYS ARE MER~ AGAIN"...THEML... ANNOUNCER: "YOUE HOLLYWOOD PARADE," TEE N~,V RADIO PROGRAM brought to you by the manufacturors of Lucky Strike Cig~rettes~ fmom 5tage 0 at Wa~ner BrotheRsI Studios --- one full hour of Hollywood Highlights, Peeling the pulse of reality in the capital of Make-Believe .... Reporting the r~ewsj the glamouR, the heart of Hollywood ... And here is your host - Dick Powell (APPLAUSE) AI~H01 0189909
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: V~,L~HOH O • < ' qq~[K,O£ ,~)' i
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l" j . . . . (eND F~VXSZON) Soono 4 "v~ "YOUR HOLLY~VOOD pARADE" ONCI~STRA: POWELL: ORCI~STEA: "NICE %70RK IF YOU CAN GET IT" -- HIT IETRO AND FADE FOR: Ou~ first }lighlig/~fl of the W~oE is sot to swinE-time, as Leo Forbstein turns loose thB Lucky Seven and the oroh~st~,a on a tune bheylre roquosting most at tho Biltmoro Bowl these holiday nighte..,"Nioe V;ork If You Can Get It". .Take Aovor, Leo., "NICE V/ORK IF YOU CA]{ GET IT" (LUCKY SEVEr[ VOCAL) I, I~ I'MO'I 018997 ~
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r . . ~ "FUTURE STAR SPOT" (2ND REVISION) Scene S - PaGe 1 POWELL: Now~ OUr musical curtain being ralsed~ letls meet some of the swell people ~4r. LUcky 8trlke is playing host to tonlgyht • ,0he of these is a likeable youn~ fellow with a wo~ld of ability, a singer who we think is "Future Star" rlaterlal. ...Hels one of hundreds of talented youngsters in this magic city who are waiting for the Opportunity to show that they, too~ belong ~ top -- w.J.~y baritone steps into the spotlight, and we hope yo~Pll agrees that he's got vthst it takes to make a "Future Stal,.II.. Ladies and gentlemen .. Emery D~Arcy... (APPLAUSE) V DARCY: Thankm~ Mr• PewS11. POWELL: ~nery, do you l!ltnd if I ask yo~ a Few questlor~ so t4e@ x~ ~¢~^be able to say "I knew him when.~ DAECY: Cf course not. do right ahead, POJELL: •,7611 f~rst of all -. how lo/Ig have you been s~ngln[? DAROY: I~ve been really working at it sirLee 1~30 ... I left my he!is town, ~[inn~apolls, to study in Chica~o. P0~,VELL: D~d ~ou have a scholarship, or ~nything like that? DAECE: w~l-lr~s~-~.of_~, ~hnt is, I received one lesson a week free of charge, but I had to provid~ *~,y ovtn living. POWELL: H0~! did you manage, E~ory? Did you have some ;;ieney to go on? DDRCY: IJot a sent ,,• So whenpver I made a couple ¢f doila~s slngi!%S, it had to go a 10ng way..But I discovered holy to i~,ake every penny count, RTH01 0?899?2
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• ........... "'~" DAROY~ Well, Ird buy a loaf of ry~ bread, a Jar of blackberry Je~up half ~ pound of butter and n'quart of n~ilk**Then Just before I wenL to hod lld spread the buttsp and ~az~ on the broad as thlc~ as I could and ~ake a ~oal of it. If I at~ lato ~nou~ it would ca~y me through all th~ next day. POWELL: You ir~esn to say yould make one Ineal last two days? DARCY: Thatgs ~t~t...One ni~%t somethlnoq very funny happened~ Mr, Powell. I was walking homo with so~e ~roceri6s~ and a m~n hold me up. He *nado Ine tuPn all r/y pock0ts ~nside out -- al%d you nevo~ saw a ~or~ dtsappolnted burglal, in your llfe [ I~OWELL: A Did he leave you your ~roool'les? DA[iCY ~ Yes, for tunatslyo . ~, .~ f ]O;IELL: Well, ~ you~~.,6~ your s~nse of hu::or, ? can s~o that.,Emo~y, you doserv~ii~vory b~oak ~ the '~o~id, sr*d ~ hope theylll start ¢omln~'socn. DAkCY~ They've be~ll coming my way rooon~ly~ Mr. Pow611o .BcfoDo I left Chlcago~ I hogan to g6t a lot of church work~ then a theatre el%~eme1%t~ a~d I WaD also O~ G ~ad~o pro~In for & yog~'..Tl%on I Os~I:6 o~t horo ~%nd mad~ thk~o6 ~i:poaran~ss i~ the Hollywood Bo~';l s~ner before last. FO';'{ELL: 5~y~ th~t~s some kind of a record, ~sn~t it? An ~%~know~ s!ng6m mt, k~n~ th~o~ appearances in th~ Holl~wood Beryl in on6 season? DAROY: I dealt know, maybe. The main th~ng is~ it Say6 me an opportunity tQ s ng, an~ I lov~ it. POWEtI,: ~i~ll~th~t s What w~ asked you her~ fo~ tonight, Emery. What's it goinz to bo? RI"~01 0189913
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~ DARCY: FOWEI,L: (ENm REVISION) 5-~ With apologi~s to all the baritones in the wo~id, IIm going to sin~aOLD MAN RIVER. All right, and I'm sure the way you sing it will need no apologies. Ladies and gentlemen, our nomination for a future star ... ~r, ory D'A~oyl DIARCY AND ORCHESTRA: "OLD MAN RIVER" (APPLAUSE) RTX01 01B991,~
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D~ARCY TEgT,~MONIAL (~ND R.EVISIO]~) Scene 6 • POWELL: ~ That was grand, ~.,What 18 your goal as a singer, the Metropolitan? DARCY: AbsolutelyHl want to stay in Hollywood and make a nan~e for myself in radl% ~o~-~a POWELL: ~--k~..After all, you've got a voice, and you've got courage. So maybe one day we'll see your name listed among the Metropolitan Opera stars.. DARCY: Thanks, Mr. Powell, youVve said some mighty nice things about me...Now if I could have a few seconds, I'd llke to say somethingn~n ce in ~eturn. ~zU, ~ ~/.~.~ ~ ~.,o POWELL: Y~*~et. Go ~ead, DARCY: Well, it's about the busiest day of singing I ever had - and it's about your Cigarettes. Back in Chicago, I had to s~ng fiv~ shows in o~e day in a ~ov~e theatre. On thls day, I ~iso sang two n~6rs In a ~huroh in the ~iePning~ and sang fifteen numbers at a concsrt in the afternoon betwee~ she~s, POP, ELL: , That's a lot of sonEs. DARCY: In all, I sang ~ n~be~s that day. DashlnE Back and f¢~ was so hectic that I smoked more clgarettes than usual. B~t those Luekies never bothered my throat at all. I flga?ed if they got al~ng well with my throat that day, Luek~es would be okay ~ day° And they'v~ b~en tops with me ever si~ee. PCWELL: ~c&UThat ~ is a nice thing to tell us, Emery D~Arcy. And here's hoping our star of the future will be back with um in the near futuPe, ~ Povlsll ... Goodnight everybody: DARCY: Thanks, Mr. (APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA: "LUCKY DAY" TAG
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, . . (~ND F~EVISIO~) S08~%O 7 - P~68 1 "YOUE HOLLYWOOD PARADe" PO~_~ELL : Your. ][ollywood Parade moves alon~ to t~ d~nat~o Bighllght of the Wook,,,Ton~ght ~e Btrlke a dlffe~ent note, in tha~ our guests, ~iI~ all ~etors of i~put~t~on, aro not ove~ f~ft~ ~a~s o~d,.~,. L~ 5~Ik~ p~.~8 host to the ~auoh Twins, B111y and Bobby, Who f£rst met ~. and }~rSo Piot~re-Fa~ ~n "The P~noe And Th@ paupe~i°o~OV~n~ do~n~ the g~ ~t lls~ '.:~ ££nd two more }'ou~fu~ aoto~s ~n Billy Halop ~%d Leo Goro~y, ~hoso s~oo~s~ in tho ~@w Yo~'k p~odu~t~on o~¸ r'~ad ~ndi~ was £ollo~?~d ~th a si~i~a~ su¢o@ss on th~ sor~n,~°~hese ~o~ l~.ds Joiz: in presonti~g an or!~Ina~ s~otoh by A~oh Oboler ~alled "Chrlstm~ ~ob~t and ]~ioha~d, t~in b~oth~rs of l~, ~±th a b it too much Park Avenue b~e~dinc~ ~cl too l~ttlo oo~t~c~ ~li~ li£els r~litles,..B~lly Halop plays Red, a f£fteen yea~ old boy of ::~.~: YorkI~ lo'.',er ~ast S~d~ -- ~nd Leo Go~'oey the role of ~u~ ~sdts ~o~n~ b~oth~l',..La~i~s and ~nbl~en, ~t £ou~ ~'oung ~usketoers of ~ov±~land| ( AP~ L 4USE ) ~FHOl 0~89916
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• , (2ND r~VZ[ JN) 'l-Z . / . l.s ~ ANNOUIICER~ The scene -- Cl~i~tmas' Eve on a dead end street~ On'a--~'" " co,nor a Salvation Atomy quartet i singln~ ~a~4~yo SALVATION A~TY BAND PLAYING FAR LAC![ BENIh~: Two small boys, face~ blue vllth cold, stand wa~min~ thor lsel~u: by a ~ fire built in an empty oll dYum..... SALVATION ARMY ~UARTET SINGING IN BACKGNOUND - NAUS~ 80L~ID : ST IF~ING FINE BUCK; GO% {ed, it's •~ettlnI klnda ool,~,~,~,) ~Wo bettor get some mo~e ~Iood ~o.~ tho fi~o. (PAU~E) II}Ied, I said ~'e bett~ Got some ~I~. v;ood fo~ the fifo, AEDI (FROM }}IS VOICE IT IS APPARENT ]~ HAS A GREAT DEAL ON HIS ~Ilil)) Yeah... •. BUOK~ Illl boteha ¢I buok It s~ows by !uoz'~inI• NED: So what? BUCK: . V,rell ... last year we made six hits oloaninl off~sno~'~, Gi<~n I t ~o? RED: Yo~/l, but this ain't last yea~ ... BUCK : Uoll - NEB: Last ~o~I" lie h~G a shovel *,~ BUCK: Yoah ... I novo~' thoudht o~ that .., F, ED: Lisson to tom. (SCOIC,TFUL~Y I~,~ITATES) i~olir nit~ - silent :=ibm[ (OUT) SOUNLt }{ARBOR NOISES ~IACK GROUND) BUOI{: ycah° S~Z donlt th0y swing it? (8?IINGS SONG) Hot.ha - REDI (AUC~EILY) Buok~ Cut it out. BUCKI AvI, I aintt doin~ nothinl | I ~as only -- RED I Shut up. BUCKI }[ey, whatls oatlnI you all daN - ~- v;hatls %v~on~ with Fa? " (BITTERLY) This Christmas Stuff I Christmas stuffs REDI BUCK: d ~[H01 018991?
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• (~WISED) V-S R~O: What do they wanna make it touEh for? BUCK: WEwhatdye ~ea~? RED: FilltnI the windows fulla Junk - all that baloney about glvin' stuff - I say if people got dough to throw a~ound, well, let lem do it and not make such a noise about It! BUCK: Yeahl Thatls rlghtl RED: (DEFENSIVELY) It's Just another day, thatls all| BUCK: Yeah..,. RED: Baioneyt thatJ~ what it i~I BUCK: (AFTER PAUSE/~Red,,.., RED: Yeah? BUCK: We tried to get the dough for it -welve be0n tryln~ since su~2uer~ RED: Yeah, but tr_~r~t aln't gettint it, Aw, the heck with it| The heck with everythingl (TEARS IN V01~E) The hock w~th CN~Istmas BUCK: Red - you a~nrt cryinI? RED: (~EAES IN VOICE) WhoSs oryin~J ya punk~ GO on - ~ram or Illl -.. BUCK: .Q'~e Red~ Red, waitl / RED: What? BUCK: qhem kids ~omln' thls way~ RED: Kids~ Yesh~ Who are they? , BUCK: I don't knolv~ ~,..~. ~. .... -~/ ~z'^~'-- Fur bennys and everythln'~ RED; Couple ~Ich punks sluv~;In'~ oh? Itll fix !em| (UP) Hey, you~ FERRY: (~ADE IN) Were you speaking to me? / 18T~01 0189918
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,' ( SECOND " REVISION ) ' 'f-4 ~ BED: I ain't ta]klnT to youP ~an • at are you punks doinI hsrg? ROBBB~I I dolllt see that t~atls any of youP conoepn. BUCK: , ~ ,, ~ ..... o~: ..... (IMI ATES) Any your oonooin". Hers s ~agllar purfesso~] BED: Shut ups ~ Dissent you - wharfs your monlke~? ROBERT.• i<3. what? BUOK: Red~ H~Uno 0pik En~l~sh| RED: Listenp Polcy - llr~ aski~I ya you~ name~ ROBERT~ It happsns to be Robert Livingstone ~tthe%.;s, Jr. And this is ny brother Hiohard. RICHARD: How do you ~o? BUCK: D~-~ yaj-~;~ gM.t, Red? A little punk and hers got thpee name s ] REII~ lay offj Buckl I, issens you guys - donlt~Na kno¢1 it ain*t healthy to come down this street? -5 ROB. {T. I don't seo why notl RED: ~Cause Iris my streeta see~ and I1m partioular who wears out the sldewalkl BUCK: Hey, Poley, Is that ~eal fupxson your be.~my? ~I ~.- ~{y name happeg~ to be Hlohal, d. BUCK: O,K.~ Polcy, so it's Richard[ Is that Peal f%~r on youP benny? RICHAR!~: EGbert, what's he talkin~ about? RED: Donlt you guys know about no~hlnI~ Ny brothe~s askln~ if that.s ro~l fur on your Oo~t] RICHARD: 0f cou~'se it is. BUOK= So dat's what happened to M~s. Koltzme~erls oat~ (LAUGHS h-JGELY AT HIS Ol~ J0~) 1 8 RTH01 0189919
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RICHARD: BUCK: RED; ROBERT: RICHARDt RED: RICHARD: BUCK= RED: ROBERTI BUCK; }~BD: RICHARD~ BUCK: ROBERT~ RICHARD: RED: e (~ND REVISION) 7-S I ~onlt think that was very funny. Wells howld you llke a little sock in the puss? Row would you llke It, eh? Howld you llke It? Lay offs ~ Lls~ - whePe ya fpom and what ya doin~ here? ItTs none of yelp ¢onoe~ and I don~t see why -- No, walt~ Robert - l~ll tell them. I don~t see that it m~kes any dlffePenee. ,- /. / Okay, punkw ~ ~4~. ~14~,, ""s live In the E~l~ewate~ Towe~s over there - Ilm Richard - th~s is Robert - we~,e ~ - our father was the presldeni . of the General Bank Corporation and when he died he left us each a million dollars in trust - v:e llve with our mother, and live ~aken boxing lessons f~om George heonard~ the ex-ehamplon~ There~ Is there anyt~h~ else yould like to l~aow? , / ~, Red, ~ ~ a m~llioli b~o~ An1 boxlnt lessons from the ohamp~ Are you guys shootinI the bull? My bx~other Rieh%rd was telPlnZ you the eF~ots truth~ Yexh - E milllon buoksl If ya dot a ~*illlon bucks wh~<t are ye he~e for? ~%;~Ire out to make a night of it. He said that we're out to make a night of It. Do you mind If we sit dov~ here by your flre while we talk? You see, we're rather cold. Okay| If you warms . squab FII'HO 1 0189920
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.... (~h~D REVISIOR) 7.G ROBERT: That's better| SOUND: (FIRE) Nice fire you boys have here.. RED:" Yeah - we Hot a fire and o~ got a mfllion buck~sl RICHARD: (LAUGHINGLY) NO, we havenlt exactly got itl BUCK: I told ya he was bending ou~ ear J ROBERT: Is that so~ - Well - my brother said it was in trust - and that means we donlt get it all until welts twenty-one~ And that's ~more years| RED: (SUSPICIOUSLY) ?my ai:~'t ya horns? RICHARD: I told you - woSre out to mako a night of it| Werll show her| ROBERT: She can't do that to usJ RED: She canlt do -- %Tnattre ya talkinl shout? RICHARD: Should we tell him, Robert? ROBERT: ~'T~-~. ~ not? BUCK1 You ~uys ain't takln' a run-out powder? ROBERT: If you mean a~e we running away, certainl:r notl V!erre Just going to stay out al~ night and teach our mother RICHARD: Absolutely~ RED: Teach you~, mother a lesson~ -- ?~natts it all about? ROBERT: Well, you know, tonlorrowls Ch~ist~aB. RED~ (FLATLY) Yeah..,. ROBERT: ~'Iell - we asked our mothe~ to get us 9. ne,,~ boat =- RI~:BAHb: Yes v;e told her we wanted a sta~ bo~.t - the kind you cnn sz, il in - ~OBERTI And ,vs Just found out that she dldnlt buy us n boe.t at ~Ii-' RICHAHDZ No, she dldn~t -- So welts) ~Oing to make ~ night Of it snd teach her a Issson~ % .~. BUCK: (A LITqLE DAZED~d, lissen to these guys~ They -- f e
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\ RED| , ,.- . . (INTERRUPTING) Hold it, you given' me the works? ROBERT: RICHARD: ROBERT~ BUCK: RICHARD: ROBERT: BUCK: RED: ROHERTI REDI ROBERT: RED: RICHARD: RED~ ROBERT~ e (~ND REVISION) LIssen, you guys, are 7-V If you moan~ are we fooling you~ oertalnly notl We daflnltely told mothe~ weeks ago that a star boat w~s the Christmas pPesent we wanted, and if thatts all the attention sh~ays to ou~ wishesa we're4going to make he~ somey, believe yOU me| Welts - welts even going to stey out all night~ (SCORNFULLY) Did ya hear that, Red| Gonna stay out all niKht | (IMITATES) We ar~, too~ Under the circumstances It's the only way to teach our mother a lessonS ~on~t you fslloivs agrge with us? (gABCASTICALLY) Yeah| %Ynen our Monma don~t buy us boats ,~e alw~Ts stay out all nits - dealt we~R~? ~hat u~, Du~Rl....Lissen, you guys , tell ~ne • how much did that boat you wanted cost? Oh, about four or five hundred dollars| ?~tls the difference? We've !~ot a right to be an zry| (gLOVe,Y) Yeah. o.lf somebody don~t give ya the nresent~~g~ y~--g~--r~h~e~wan@, I guess ya got a~ ~ to be so~e... You mean you and Buck were dlssppointei, too? (SL0~YLY) Yeah| Yeah, sure we werel ~, that's why we ain't home - that's why we're germs make a - a night of it.~.. And you're su~e you're not golng to get the present? Not a chance.°.° Then you kr~ow just how we feell ~THO'I 011~9922
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' '." -.. (2nd REVISION) V-8 RED: Sure*~ , I know°°°, RICHARDI ?las it - was it something terribly 8xp~nslve? REDI Ye~,,,~..,Cost plenty,... ROBERT: Not as much as our present~ R~Di, Haw, • ,not five h~nd~ed, , ,Five bucks,, , RICHARD: You mean five dollars? RED: Ye~.... ROBERT: (LAUGHINGLY) Good heavensw what kind of present could you get for five dollars? RED: A dress..(PAUSE) fom my Ma~... RICHARD: (AFTER TENSE PAUSE) Oh, ,, ~, ROBERT: V4e ~re, •,. sorry,,,, RED: (ANGRILY) ~2hat have ya got to be sorry about? I ainlt askinI ya to be sorry~ YOU ,~ust asked'~ue and I told ya| (BUILDING) Ye come around here c~ylnv Ieause Eanty Claus dldnlt stick a boat dovna yoU~ stookint j SO youlre go.nna walk around the streets ~Ii nIEht so your old ledylll see she done vTron~ anT do wh~t ya want hem to do~ And then ya vJsnt mo to toll ya that youlre aotlnT llke,~ couple smart guys~ !Yell, llm telllnI ya this - me and Buck here have got a old lady tOO, but v;e ainlt got a old m~n v;ho died with a tr~ist fu~d~ so tomorro~;Ts Eol%na be Just another day for my MS, and if ~ walk the street all night just to muke ~ old lady 8ormy~ me Ild walk the streets f~om no~,; untl} next Christmas if I only kzLew some ':lay I could make mln._~e glad~ ('YEEPILY) Eo~ So on - pick up your n~.~bles and get outa here~ ~1-~07 0189923
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)- ................................ ' . (eND REVISION) ROBEETI EICHARD: RED BUCK: ROBERT: RIZHARD: ROBERT : T-9 But, Red --- RED; (IN TEARS . FIERCELY TO BIDE HIS EMOTION) Get outa here I say] Go on, get out~ Red - ws~t - we'd like to -- Get outa here I tell ya~ I don't care if ya learned how to fight from a ml~llon oh~mps - if you donlt ~cram outa here I!ll throw ya in the ~iverl Go on, beat It~ ~2~/ Youlse g~ys betto~ go~ R~ - he's a~vf~/l sore] All right. But - but where -- I - I think w~lll ~o,,.thome,,. Ye~ (HESITANTLY) Well.. Ke~ry Chrlstmas to ~ou, Red - and you Buck (FADE) Come on, Richard - FOR A gECOND OR go ALL THAT IS HEARD Ig T}IL' SALVATIO~:IQRO!R STARTING TO SING FAR, BUCK: REDs BUCK: SOUND~ RE]): BUCK: RED: BUCK: RED: FAR BACK, CCIITINUING BACK BEHIND1 Theylro gon~, Eed. You donlt have to "CRY" BUT DOESIUT DARE) to be sore any :nero, (RE~OVEETNG HIESELF - SNIFFLING) llm O.K..... (EXCITEDLY) Rsya Rod| Look| (ROCKS - SLIGHTLY) ~%hatTs bho matter? Iook what I founl whore that Robert ~uy was sitttnI] ( E~PLOSIVELY ) Dough~ Yoah~ Five buck; (RAPPILY) Pive bucks, Red~ we needed| Five bucks| to - (~AtARTS TO SAY Sust vlhat ainlt takinI their dou~h~ Welve gotta ~ive it bacE rom~ We C~otta| - Roy fell6~s - 81"HO ~ 0~8992~
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• . . . (eND REVISION) V-IO ",~ BUCK| But they're goneJ ~ -they alnlt in ~ight~ They ran away| ~h~__- theE left it for usa EED~ Ye~h..~TE.~R$ IN VOICE - IN CLOSE)Morry Christmas,,, fellaso. °.. CHOIR MUSIC TAKE~! UP BY FULL VOICE OF CHOIR - MUSIC UP RT- O? o 89825
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- • . , {e11D i~VI~iO}~) Soolle 8, "YOUR HOLLY%'IOOD PARADE" ORCHESTRA: ."BLOSSOm, S ON BROADWAY".,...HIT INTRO ~ND FADE FOR. ANNOUNCER: Dick Po~'~oll sings ~ song that is ~v~ll up among the leaders in musical favorites f~om coast to coast -- N~uber on You~ Hit Pamade last week -- "Blossoms On B~oad~'zay". PO;:~LL & OROH: "BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY". ( APPLAUSE ) % d ~T~07 0~89926
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\ .Z(]V~{V& CO02,biqqOl~ ~L~OZ. :IlOl[O :? 9_qHOiiO
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, . • . ANNOUNCER: ORCHESTRA: ORCHESTRA: ANNOUNCER: POWELLI ORCHESTRA: (REV'~6ED) "YOUR~[OLLYWOOD PARADE" SCENES i0 and II (OVER APPLAUSE) 'IYour Boll~wood Parade" continues in Just moment.... "LUCKY DAY" (STATION BREAK) "LUCKY DAyTI~ ....... FIE~SE Back to Your Hollywood Parade -- and here is your host, Dick Powell| (APPLAUSE) Thanks~ Bob,.,Now Wewr# Off to a f~esh staPt with Rosemary Lane, Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Singers~ the L~oky Seven, and our guests Herbert Marshallj the Mauch Twlns, Billy Ealop and Leo Gorsey .... ~~~o~'%~el ~a~%,-~f-44e4~..,Leo ~orbstein and the Lucky S~rike Orchestra start the Parade moving aEain w~th a bit of a r humba " le -- Qu rams Mueholl.,.~.~T~.,.. T'~UIERAME NUCEO". (APPLAUSE) e AI'~O 1 0189928
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ANNOD~OER : ANNOUNOER: OROH}~STEA : "LUCk~ DAY" TAG ra¸ 0 I~I"HO ~ 0~89929
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,i (REVISED) • "- - "YOUR NOLLYWOOD PARADE" SCENE 15. POWELLS NOW I think itls about tlme we Joined the ladlest and so doing we come to another Hollywood Ri~hl~6ht of the Week in sonE -- Rosemary Lane.,.And if ~y eyes donlt decolvo me as she heads talks-ward -- itls also the KiEhlight of the Wee~ in lovellnsss., ,~. , ~ e--~,,~, (APPLAUSE) EOSEMARY~ Thank you Dick~ and good evening everyone, ..~ POWELL: Rosemary, las~ week when you d~scrlbed that gown Orry-Kelly designed for you, lira told the ladies across the oountPy picked up a few fashion polnters,..I wonder if 5'o~Id tell us about your gown asaln tonlght? Maybe we can set up sort of a Hollywood Style Ei~hli~ht, ROSEMARY: lld love it, Diok~.,Next to wearing clothess the thing a woman likes best is to talk about them. ! POWELL: Then say on~ Rosemary,,,.. i ROSEMARY: (INSERT DESCRIPTION 0F GCWN) > '$hat's' allt~ere isa Di>~k-- the~ isn't an~ mor~.~, LANK ATH01 0189930
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ROB~RYs POW~LL~ ROS~: POWB~: ROS~ARY: ?O'~ELL: .L~ ~ o~o~s~aA .... "Yg~ ,~D z r~own (~gvZ3~) 80gNS 13 - PS. B Woll Dlok - ltID en o~lslr~l mode~ - and £tta made o£ ~ 8oZdon b~o~ imported wool, Zt ~8 a ~eesy-tailo~o~ etylo wlth 801£ trtnm~ button8 r~nnlr~ down the f~ont from n~ok to h~a - ~nd It has a Zlttlo tnllo~ed brown ~lvet 0o11~ ~nd t~Zt, The sklrt tiros in tho Front with a Zoo8o-Flttin~ Flowed J~okot to ~toh - and tha hat is one of Rose Dosoa tts oon~-sbnl~d o~eatlons made oC b~own veZTot - ~.-~ dontt 7ou think thi~ l~own ~h yell that goes ~itb it Is InimicaLly Yee, Rooemaz7 - the ~hole out~It~, ve~ Intr1&ml~ - don ~t you eay som~thin~ ~bout the ~ult Z tm wee~ll~? Why ~on~t ~ou? Xou have 8o m~thtr~ the~o, Wei% - thte suit 18 a d~ln~ ove~tio~ do vigoul* ~nE l~ov~ ~L~ 8po:rt, Th~ oeat b£u t~o s%o~vea on~ on eaoh ~ide - an~ pookets - thoro~ the~o ~ the~o ,.°~ho vest ha= a "V" oponln 8 at the top and an "0" botto~ £0~ the waist. The trouoor~ Fall ~ ~amatlo~oFfeot to the ~hee tops - end oF course Z~m ~e~tn~ shoos, Put them all to~ether and they spell ~0, D,ohh~mahl ~u1~k ~o - tho ~m~lc, I ,-- . J ( AP PDAUS]~) RTHO'~ 018993~
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H / '• . (~n - ~VI$1ON) - " • . tlYOi[R ~OLL~'~OOD PARADEII Boche I~ - Pa~8 1 P0~LLI Thanks, .~o~er0a~y -- And" now fo~ a news highlite of the v~eek. Letls tak~ ~ look behind the Boenes in ~ioll~vlood. Wetre soinG to meet one of the ~ue~ who perhaps l~o~v more about the pioture-~oinE public than anyone else in Holl~vood -- the head of the St~dlo Guid~ 8~vlce. HO ~d hi~ aides toke the visitors th~ the studios, and learn fPo~l p~rsonal contact ~ust what *~. and I,~. A~ne~ioa ape mosB inte~'ostod in where pioture-L~akln~ is concerned.... Tonite ~ed Pappmeier, chief of the Studio Guides at VIarner Brothers, is here on Stooge 9 to tell us what happens ~';hcn people come to visit ~ovietova%....Come on in, Fred[ (APPLAUSE) FRED: Thanks, Dick....Stand close to me, ~ill you? I1m a 21ttlo ne~,vous. PO~,~ELL: ~'Lny E~sd, • shouldn't think these people in the a~%~enoe ~Iould bother you....Just i!~z~Ine~u're t.~J~ins the~ on a tl, lp thru the studio. FRED: Oh, Itld be easy then....Imd Just say "Look folks, therels K~,y Francis in back of you", and they'd all t%trn a~,oundl POWELL: (LAUGH8) V/ell, maybe if I flms the qt~stlons at ?ou it'll be e~siem.. .First of all, ho~'~ !~any guides have you in yota~ de Da~,tment ? E~I~D~ Twenty-five....they~e all yotu~ ~en of ~ood appearance, and well qualified fo~ the Job....They have to be on the lot fo~ a fe~v months before we let the~ take a part~- ayound. POV,~ELLt So they ii kno~ what they.re talking about~ oh? Tell me 9k, ed, is it still as hard ~s it used to be for a visito~~ to got porr~t~sion to go tix~u the studio? FILED: I~.a~del• than over, Dick. Itls praetio~lly ~mpos~ible. Too l~lly visitors hold up production. ~11~07 0?89932
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...... ! POWELI, ; FRED : / . (~nd'REVISION) Scene 14 - Page Well, fo2 the lucky few that do get i - what seem rio he Of mOSt interest? ~(c~ The stars, of oo~se....~h6 minu~ tho~- Boe ~yOn6 in 2~ke-up, they say, "Whols that?" .... then everybody chimes in with qu~stlons that never vary, POV,~LL : For ins tahoe ? FRED: Well -- "A~,e acto~ the same in ~eal life as on the screen?% oi, -- "Is Pat O~Brien really as hard-boiled as the characters he plays?fr -- "What kind of a ear does Botts Davis drive?" -- llve Wen heard this one: "Is that ~,eally Dick Powellls o~'in haim o~ does he wea~ a '~viS|" POW~:LL: ~ New^be reasonable/-~ -- does this look llke a convertible top !~m wearing? FRED Don't look at rae, I didn't ask that qt~estion....Of course, some people are interested in the tecb~ioal side Of~ • pictul~es~ but not very many....My boys try to tell ithem that we have thirty-elliot miles of paved and li~ted streets on the g~o~ds, that we generate electricity here to light a city of 20 thousand people, but they have that Faraway look in their eye~, and usually wind up asking '.'~he~e we make the news~eels~ #I PO!~ELL: ~O~ Plenty of fur~y things happen in the oo,.~se of these t~,Ips around the studio - I ~a%ow t~t~.~ - FRliD: They sL~,s do....A fur~y thin~ happened on the ~Pen~,od~ set, where the Naueh Twins are working. There was a lot of Eoldenrod -- except that it ~asn't real, but r~ade right, in the studio. A girl in the partF saw it, and stab, ted to sneeze so hard she had to leavel hay A case of s~nthetiG/feve~, eh? ~]~01 0189933
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. "~i" FRED: Thatls ri~ht....but you oan't blame the visitor~ fo~ falling for what looks like th~ real thing...,I took some people over on a street weld built that was so reallstio someone s~id~ "~{ny arenlt th~e any people here?".. • • .And before we left~ one man tried to ~ail a letter in a ~oney mail-box~ POWELL: ~ Speaking about realistic sets -- you remember that Drive-ln Restaurant they built fo~ "Eollyvlood Hotel?" That w~ so realistic you could almost smell the oooklng. FRED: One fellow had quite a time on that set, Dick....The other people in his pamty missed him, and went back to look for him. The~e he was, sitting at the Drlve-ln ootuuter, complaining about the service. POWRLL: Fx, ed, what is there on the lot }~ thatSs attracting the ~Tost attention from visitors these days? • , FRED: The sets for '~The Adventt~es of Robin Eood". Espeo~ally~ the Nottingham Castle set....Everyone is i:~pressed by it. PO~>JELL: I don't wonder it attracts attentlon....I've never seen so much honest-to-~oodness stone and wrought iron in my life. FEED: HereI s soluething that even you might not know~ Dlok .... Did you notice those big oandelab1~as of i~on standln~ by the banquet table? POWEbL: How could I Inlss them? They must weigh about a ton apiece. I'~ED: Well, not that :luoh, bat they sure a~,e bi~....B~--wAa~4 ~anled~o~ll~M~Au2~@. Each candle is really a hollow metal tube coated wlth paraffin to look llke oandle- dripplngs....And Inslde each tube is a beer ean~ ~TH01 018993~
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", , , POWELL: FRED: P~VELL: FRED: P0'+IE LL : F±IED : POY,/kLL FEED : FOVIELL : 2-2-4 A beer can? F~pty, of eourse....Theyl~e filled with oil and fixed up with a wlek, When lishted, the effect is a perfect candle. That:s a new one on me....~j who drinks all the bee~ that comes in those cans? That's what all the visitors want to know~ Well, thanks fo~ givir~ the folks a look behind the scenes, F-~e4. I'm sure they all enjoyed itL I was glad to be here, Dick -- I enjoyed it myself....It was the first time I1ve ever been on the radio and-- DiCKL V~nat is it, Fred? I forgot to be nervous~ Go0dniteL (LAUGHS) Goodnite, •Fred and good luck .... (APPLAUSE) \ / O)'HO ] 0]89935
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ORO?IEST,~A x POWELL : ORCHESTRA : (2nd ~VISIOE) Soez;e iG "?;~MA I WANT TO MAKE RKYTHM" ~ . .HIT INTRO & FADE FOR 8 Two things seem to be inevitable along this 0allfornla coast of sums -- fogs and fads. The fogs blow away -- but the fads stay ~,isht with us....The Lucky Seven with Leo Forbstein and the Lucky Strike orchestra bring you the current fad in song -- heard eve~lhsre ~ dancing couples go -- "Mama I Want to ~mke Rhy~am" .... Alrlght, ~u2a.~. .... %Sk?L% I WANT TO ~,~KE F/T~2}[M" \ 0 ~I"MO~ 0~89936
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\ .4 POWELL: ANNOUNCER: ~ r" r , ,, ,, ~f " " . .. (~ND REVISIOR/ Soon6 16. COMt~RC IAL II ~-~a~w~ ,.n the ~oreen colony ar~f' ~ fgrent~*~ in ~ respect fPoN people in other parts of th~ country. We A.mricans all admire the expert - the man who knows his ~-~. Now gob hero has a wo~d about one of the most respected gPo~p of exp~rts i~ th~ cow,try. ~'es, the tobacco ex%~erts~ Dick . . . th~ men who buy, sell, ~md handl~ our billion-pound o~op of tobacco each year. They know tobacco from A to Z~ On~ glanc~ at a pil~ of tobacco grid they know its good qualitigs...and its defoe%s. ~'h~y c~n tgll you whether Iris hcovy o~ light, v~hethsr it.s 6~en or ripe and mellow. And if it's ~ tob~oeo - good mellow o~ntor-]o~f tobacco of th6 kind Lucky 8t~.t~e' buys - those sxpg~ts ~un spot it at n glance. $o it follov:s that theylp~ in ~n unusually good position to Judge oisarettcs. For they not o~ly k~ow tob~ooo - they know rlh~t___~ tobacco is bought fo~ what ~Igargtt(rs. And you. as a ~I!!okSr~ will c~rtainly b~ Interested to ho~P w~oh clgarettgs they ohoos~ fo~ their own pe~sone.l enJoymsnt. Hcre ~s the answsr .,. 8worn records show that a~ong independent tobacco ~xpe~ts - Lucklgs b~vs OVg~ t'~;ice a,~ ~.ny ~xclustvs Sl~Ok~8 a8 hav~ ~iI otho~ oi~ar~ttes comblncd, Over twice ~3 l~y~ ,.. This ChrisTm~s~ offer ys~ir fri6~%ds Yobacoo-londls finest gift - Luokles in th~ 8pgo~,tl green and gold Clu-18tn~as oa~,ton, And whcnev~ you're b~ylng clgarettss for yo~rself, r~oiI!b~r ... wlith r~e~ %~ho knov; tobacco b~st - it's Lucki~s 2 to i.
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/ } "¢, - O CHESTRA] } ANNOUNCER: POWELL & 0RCH: (END Rk~ISION) Sc6~ic 17, "GOLD MINE IN THE BKY"..EIT INTRO & FADE ~0R: Spotlita for a musical highlltG~ Dick powell sing,8 one of the favo~,ite songs heard from border to border and coast to ~oast -- Number 8 on Your Hit Parade last v;eek. rrTherets A Gold Mine In The Sky~'. ItTHEREIS A GOLD MINE IN TP~ SKY'; P BT~01 OIB~938
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PO'gELL: EAESIiALL: POI'#EI,L : ~IARSHALL: POWELL: MAkSRALL: POWELL: I,[Ai~S }iALL: PO:;~ELL: (eND REVISION) Sco:~e 18 Pa~o I, HERBERT M.c~ISnALL SPOT. Thank you ,., fiery Mr, Lucky gtrlko ~nwraps his choicest Christmas gift fop Mz,. a~d Mrs. Listener-In...Pe~haps ii% all of Oa~er~landthere is ~o mope F%fted actor# more char~ling personality ~r f~--~ ~-÷~r"~- than our guest tonight --~HePbgPt Marshall ,,. P0sscs~ed of one of the '/ . ] screenls ~n~tfful speaking Voices, he is the ideal actor to do what We ape @;o~n~ to ask of hi~% tenis:ht -- a C}k?istlnas Peadln~ ,., Lad~es and ~entlelnen~ (APPLAUSE) Thank you -- and good evening# everyone .,. You know~ Dick, after all the things you said about my volc¢, I might play you a rather nasty trick, Oh, by coins off into a ~hPill falsetto cra ?;iekoy 5!oust squeak. I do hltil ~ well -- shall I -- Please, Bartl Have pity on a poop old Maste~, of Ceron~oplssl Xh, you've found my weak spot, Diok...iIve boon a master of cere:aenles myself on occasion. I know Just h¢'.'¢ you feell (LAUGHS) Then as one old M.C. to another -- what are you goine toZ~gfor uS tontg)~4.C6 '," VI~ll, I thought a Cb~istmas Roe:c might be appr~prlat6, I brought along one that's a favorite of mine and, ~ think, of C VOryO~8, That's great...But before you do it, how about getting into the Christmas spgrlt? Why not tell us so, nothing of the wag Christmas is celebrated in your native England? P ~I'HO~ O~89939
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(~ND REVISION) ISLS Iv~kSHALL: Why I'd be ~lad to - howevs~ I don't think there's much difference in our celebratlon and yours ov~r here,,Welre turkey and Cbmistmas tree enthuslasts too, you kr~w. POWELL: But the~e n~st b~ some dlfPer6nces in custom, ar~It th~e? MARSHALL: Well - yes - now that I think of It.,.In England presents ape lald on the ~ tabls~hrlstmas Day~ instead of under ~e t~e -- although welts rapidly adopting that custom of yours...Most of our Christmas traditions date back many hundreds of ye8rs -- the carol singers, bringing in the Yule log and all that ,,, Therols o~e V6ry humorous custom in Oxfordshlre thatts still in practi~e today, I understand, POWELL: What's that? MARSHALL: Well, tradition has it that if the master of the hous6 refuses the serving maid ivy to decorate the~house%! she can take a pair of has bre~ohes and hall them to the gate for all to see. POWELL: And he eanlt do a thlng about it~ eh? i MARSHALL: No, he must either do that or forego ell his p~ivileges under the mistletoe...And after allt a :zan has more then one pair of breeches! POWELL: A good point to remember while spending C~mistmas in ~u/~ ~ngl~dL MARSHALL: Yes...Th6n of course there a~e many superstitions, such as the one that claims bread baked on Ctmismas eve will never go mouldy..,The Scotch have a peculiar superstition, too...In times past, it was believed that if any but a dark-haimsd person crossed the threshold first on Christmas Day, it was very bad luck, The reason for this Ist that Judas had red hair.~But here - I'm doing all the talking~ i~ |'~0"1 O7899~O
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" (SND REVI$101(, i~-3 POVIELL= Thetis exactly what we wanted ~&~,..AfteP all, vt~ haven't many unusual Christmas customs here in Hollywood, MARSHALL: Oh, but you have.,ITm amazed at the ~ount Of Christmas spirit in thls land of sunshine ~nd p~im t~ees -- I should third~ you'd mls8 the snow, POWELI,: ~L'olI, v/o do~thG best w~ can vllthout iip,.Sflnta Cl~us Lane is our contrlb~tlon toward Christmas spiPit,,,Eaoh yea~ Holl~wood Boulevard ~.s dscorated with llghtod C~.~istm~s trees, colored li~*ts and deoorat~o.~s fro.~ e~d to end,,, And el course therels the parad$ every night; ~.~Ith Santa Cla~s rtdlng n hugs float v!ith inovi~ St~r~ ~t his sld6. ~MARSI[ALL: It's a splendid spectaclc~ Plok - I seldom l~Is~ ~t mysslfj v;ork per~llt t INF., PO%~ELh~ ~Then there's 0hristmas Tree Lsne in Pasad0na,..Hav~ you ever s0~n th~t~ B~rt~ ~{I Yes, I hays -- and wh~.t a pi~t~rG that is'.~ Abo~t ~ luilc of ~i~.nt fir trees lin~n~ each ~ide of the road vlith colored lishts ~achinS up to th~ sky. V~elvo noth~n~ llke that dn POWELL: "~e.ybc not~ but En~.land~.Ivsn us s~great de~l of Chr~stmss t~ .~di tio~ Baz~t. ~ARS!iALL: Ve'.~y little~ r~ally,,°C~'~st~s~ ~s ~v6 oelcbr~t~ ~t, is an international proposltlon,,.Ths christmas trec co~es from German.v, Santa Claus from Hollal~, th~ Cb/,istmas stookln~ froln BelgiUm and Fz, ancc~ and carols E~C~ England,...B~t Amcrle~ gays Santa Claus Inost of his pcrso~al~ty, rOll'ELL: I don~t qult~ follow, Ba~t. J,. P BTK01 0189941
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f MARSHALL: Well, POWELL; MARSHALL: POWELL: MARSHALL: ORCHESTRA: : • ,REVISED) 18.4 & 5 IEll explain...In New York City in 18E~ a professor at Columbia Unlvepsity wrote a poem for his ehildmen...In this poem he Created a new Santa Claus -- gave him his furs. his pipe, his sleigh and elght reindeer -4-even gave him the habit of visiting kiddies by means of the chimney.,. This manls name was Clement Clarke Moores whose father was Bishop of Hew York State and President of Coltt~bla University ~ i~ DO you inea~ to say that Santa ClaustA as we know hlms is really Amerloan? More than that -- hers a native of New York City, in a way.. Each year therems ~ eeleb~atlon on the g~ounds where Hoo~e once lived. 8ar~ta appears high on a roof-top, to g~'eet eve~,yone and bring presents for all the children in the n6ighbo~,hood..So you seej Dick - out' Santa Claus was b~st desoribed by the pen of a native New Yorke~u,. Whet was the povnm he wrote, ~? It is a I~oem the~ has become a very part Of Christmas all over the World -- One of the simplest, yet most beautlful th~ngs ever wrltten.,.lf I may lld llke to read it for , , you... t..o SNEAK IN SOFTLY WITH FIRST TH~. ...INSERT "NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTLIAS" SPOT..,. RTX01 01899,,~2
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! J MARSHALL: ORCheSTRA: OHCRESqRA: ORCHESTRA: /8~G Twas the night befo~B christmas, when all trmoug/% the house Not a creature was s~irringj not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the ehlmney wit~ care, Yn hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. TH~ATIC MUSIC The children were nestled all snug in their bedsj While visions of sugar-plums danced through their heads| And Ma~m!a in her kerchief, and I in my cap, Had Just settled our brains for a long winter's nap, THEMATIC MUSIC~ When out on the lawn arose such a clatter I sprang from my bed to sse what was th~ matter, Away to the window I flew like a flash, Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash, The moon on the breast of th~ new fallen~now, Gave a lustre of mld-day to objects below; When what to my wcmde~,ing eyes should appear, But a minature slei£h and eight tiny reindeer. With a little old driver~ so lively and q~ick, X knew in a nmment it must be St. Nick: T}~MATIC MUSIC Vote rapid than eagles his coursers they came, And he whistled and shouted and called them by name-- "Now, Dasher| now. Daneerl now, Prancer! now, VixonL On, Comet~ on, CupidL on, Donner and Blitzen! To the top of the po~ch, to the top of the walls Now dash away~ ORCHESTRA: T.h~MATIC MUSIC FITH01 0189943
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NAIISFALD~ - (Oont'd) RC ,~ ~RA, OPCKESTRA: ORCHESTRA: ~s dry leaves that before th~ wild hta.rlcane flyt When they r~eet with an obstacle, mo~t to the sky, SO up to the housetops the coursers they flew, With the sleigh full of toys, arLd St. ,Nicholas, too: And then in a twinkling, i heard on the roof, The prancing and pawing of each little hoof; As I drew in my head, and was turning around, Down the chimney St. N~oho].as c~uc with a bound~ Ti ~$1AIIC NU$IC He was dressed all in fur f~n his head ~o hi~ foot, And his clothes were all t~rnished with ashes and soot, A btmdle of toys he had flun$ on hls back, And hc looked like ~ peddler just ope~ing h!s pack, TI~L~T IC ~,~US IC He was ch~bby ~nd plump - a ~,ight jolly old elf, And I laugh~d ~,i~n I sa,: him, in spit~ of myself, A willk of his eye and a tvilst of his h~ad3 Seer. gave m~ to know I hod nothing to dread. Th~ stump of a pipe hc held tight in his t~th, And the smoke it encircled his head llkc a wreath! F¢ had a broad face and a l~ttlc round b~]!y, That shook v,.her, he lau~h¢d, llke a bowl full of j~lly, H~S ey s hol'~ they twinkl~d~ His d~mpl~s hey, ~rry~ Y,i.~ checks u,era 2~ke ~os~, }~s nos~ I~ r cherry! His droll little mouth vms dru~m up like c bo~, And the bea~d on h]~ chin was as white as th* sncw. T} E:~Aq IC YUSIC IS-V (I~iORE) 0;'~01 0~B~44
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5 " MARS P~LL: ( Cent ' d) ORCHESTRA: ORCHESTRA: 18-8 }[e spak~; not a word, but went stroight to hls work, And filled all the stoeklngs; then turned with a jerk~ And l o~ylng his finger aside of his nose, And givln6 s nod~ up the chimney he rose. TREMATIC MUSIC He sprang to his sleigh~ to his team gave a whistle~ And ~wey thoy all flew like the down of n thlstle, And ~ heard h~m exclaim, ere he drove cut of sight, "H~ppy C~mistmas to all, and to all n good-n~ght'tl ~INAI.E RUS~C j P f97.~01 01~9945 i
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• E POV~DhL~, AN NOL~TCEE j (SECOND REVISIONS) Scene 19 CLOSING COmmERCIAL Th~nk you, H6rb~t ~a~hall ~ YOUI~ in~d~ that lovely bit of Christmas live agaill in the hearts of many of us v~ho had begun to take ~t for gl, anted... Tha.k you again guodni~ht, and good luck .~. No%~ bofo~,s we take up~he matter of a gl~and finales betels a %lord from }'~r. L~ok~J Stl~ke . , • Next time you're buylns o~ga~stt~s, r~ne[~bor the opinion of the men who know tobaooo best ... the Independent tobacco ~xperts. These experts knovi v;ho buys what tobacco ~/%d so what ~ amoke of thei~ own oholoe is of importance to evsx'y smoker. ~hei._~ verdict is Luokles S to i. (PAUSE) Remerlbe~ with independent tobacco expe~,$s, with ~er.~ ~:ho kno'~; tobacco bast , It's Luok~es S to i. d 2 BTH01 O1899~6
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t ~q E~" r • i% n -......, (SND REVISION) Scenes ~0 and 21. "YOUR HOLLY?~OD PARADE" POV~ELL: Thanks Bob, and now fox~ a bit of a tlu~e...Dudlsy Chambers and the Luoky Singers, The Lucky Seven, and Leo Forbstein and the Lucky Strike O~ohsstra Join yours sincerely in "Hallelujah". o . .... o CAST & 0RCHHSTRA: "HALLELUJAH" ( APPLAUSE ) ORC}~STRA: t~HALLELUJAR"., . . .RHPRISEo...~ADE FOR POWELLI ?~ell, ~ Mour }Iolly~;ood Parade i~, .. bu~ v;elll be bsok a week oome tonite with a f~®sh b~dle of Hollywood Highlights for you.,..~Ir. Luoky Strike is pla~ing host to Edward G. Robinso*%, dy~l~nic 8ta~ of the sorssn, and Bob Hope, latest oonv~r$ from Broad~,~ay to Hollyv!ood. Then therels the Old QuarO -- ~osoma~y Lan%~ 1 The Lucky Singers, and The Luok~ Seven, ';'ith Leo Fombsheln arid the Luok~ Strike O~ohestra....v~olro hopin@ 7ouill be o~ h~d ~Jihen th~ Pa~de ~ets ~ndor ~'~y, ~d i~% ~h~ :noantime, a very )lorry Xmas to you all.,.oGoodnite, gang -- goodnlte everybody -- and good I,ueklo,~ i I,[USIC UP & FINISH ( APPLAUSE ) d
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• • ................... - (~VIHEB) "O~hO_~.~ NO LYWO0 DE" ANNOUNCER: LucEy Strike wishes to thank Warner Brothers Studios for theSr cooperation in presentlng "Your Horlywood Parade" .... 0RCN. & CHORUS: "HAPPY DAyS ARE HERE AGAIN" AN~0UNCER: This is the National Broadcasting Company. Saene 22 ,< RTHO1 01899~
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"YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" [ROUTIN~ SHEET) December 29, ig37 1. AUCTIONEER (FROM NE%'{ YORK) ........ , ....... 9. HAPPY DAYS ............ ,.,..,...,,, ....... 3. PO%Y~LL (I FEEL A SONG C0~ING ON) ....... 4. ORCHESTRA (JOHNNY ONE NOTE) ............ S. BOB HOPE ................................ 6. COmmERCIAL .............................. 7. POWELL ( T[IHE CONFESSION) ....... . ....... 8, BOBINSON ................................ 9. ORCHESTRA - LUCKY 7 AND CHORUS .......... lO. ROBINSON TEST I~,{ONIAL .................... 11. STATION BREAK ........... , .... o. , ......... 19, PO~,TELL & LUCKY SINGERS (SONG OF T}~ }IAEINES) ...... .., l~, BEHIND THE SCENES (STAND IN] .......... . .. 14. EOSE~L~RY LANE (IN THE STILL 0P TRE NITE) ,. i5. CO}E{ERCIAL ............................ . . , 16. EOLL~;IOSD AT ITS BEST .................... 17. PO\',S]LL (SHILINt ~NEU) .................... 18. BOB MOPE (SANTA ANITA) ................... 19. COI.E~RCIAL ....................... , ....... ~0. FINALE (NLOI~ GABRIEL BL0t;~) .... . ....... ,., 21. CLOSING ANN OUMOEI~NT ..................... 9?.. HAPPY DAYS ............................ . . , :45 |35 1:90 9:10 3:30 3:0b S:SS 4:15 lOISO 1:90 I~:i0 N:SO 14:40 9:90 94~00 9~85 $6:5S 1:50 Z8~45 i:00 29:4~ " 4:00 3Sl~S 5:05 3S~SO S:BS 41~S l:gC 4~45 5:I0 4V~55 1:55 49:50 8:00 54~80 I:00 ~6~50 59~35 ~TM07 O1899~9
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v~ ANNOUNCER: AUCTIONEER: ANNOU±~CEH : ~ (RE ISED) Soenv l rryouR EOLL~400D PARADE" December 29, 1937 FEOM H~W4 YORK) Listen to the chant of the tobacco auotioneepI (FADE IN EHANT)..,,EIEST SALE,...SOLD A~EICAN SECOND SALE,..SOLDA~NICAN THIRD SALE....(Ending with) All done -- 80LD TO ~ A~RICAN TOBACCO C0£~PANY (FROH NEW YORK) Natu~nll~, the independent toba6co exports - llke the auctioneer you Just heard -- know ~lho buys what tobacco. With these oxpo~Cs - "with men who know tobacco bestIr -- itls Luokles B to l"l (CUE TO SVITCH: "with ~en who know tobacco bestu - Itls Luokles E to l) C ATHO'/ O189950
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/" • , , .. ~}one 2* IIYOUR HOLLYWOOD P~J~ADEI' Deoembe~ 29, 195V ORC~STRAA~ ANNOUNOER~ ORO}~BTI(A: ANNOUNCER: Luoky Strike prosonts --- "HAPPY DAYS'~, FANFAR~ #~ rryouR HOLLk~VSOD FARADE" --- Staprlng Dick Powell I 0RCHESTRA & CHOEUS: "HAPPY DATE ARE HERE AGAIN",.,THEME.,. "YOUR HOLLIq'I00D PARADE,"¸ T~ Nh~/EADI0 EROGE,~ brought to you by the manttfaot~er~ of L~k~ EtPike 0igap0ttos, from 8ta~e 9 at Warner Brothe~st Studios -o- one ~i11 hour of Holl~rood Highllghts, foelin~ the pulse of reality in the capital of Make-B~llevo ..... Eepor~ing the news, the gl~lour~ the heart of Hollywood .,. ,%rid here is your hcst- Dick Powoll| (APPI,~TSE) 07B9951
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/ *'YOUR HOLL~!OOD pARADE'~ (R~WIS~D) ~oone S. POWELL & ORCHESTRA: "I FEEL A SONG COMING ON"...ONE OHORUSp FADE FOR~ POWELL: GOOd evening~ and hollo again f~omHoll~vood...Orowding hard on the New Year, Mr. Lucky Strikels favorite Wednesday nlte p~oHram beginB Its jaunt from borde~-to-bo~de~ and coast-to-coast in the Holiday mood -- with ~ laugh or two, a tune o~ two and a guest or two fo~ youm Hollywood Parade....Tonlte, wolfe hosting a splondld aoto~ and all- Iround grcat fellow -- Edward G. ~oblnson..o,Then for a laugh to mix with •your ro~olutiona thereTs Bob Hope, Broadway comedian, exploring HollDvood with Gag-Book and Funnybone,...And wolll also take a look behind the scenes at a little kno~wn side of plctu~e-~aklng. The Old Guard is all present and accounted for, ~vith Rosemary Lane, Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Sinsers, The Lucky Seven, and i,laestro Leo F0rbstoln and the Lucky $~Ike 0rohestr~... But home, here, thirsts work to be dona..;J~e,d better get busy right nov/ -- so give me a hand, Leo -- and ~ve'll start celeb~atin~ the New Yea~ v ,.. POWELL, CHORUS ORCHESTRA: "I FEEL A SONG COMING ON".I..FINISH N~rBER ( A PPLAUSE ] C A1-HO J 0189952
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/ f 0ECI~STRA POWELL: LUCKY V ~ ORC~STRA: (I~VISED) Scone 4. "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" "JOHNNY ONE NOTE"...HIT INTR0 & FADE FOR: You~ Holl~;ood Parade moves off with a s(vlng....Leo Fo~bstoln. the Lucky gtPike OPohestra and the Lucky Seven start things rolling with a t~o thatrs hoard over~vhoro dancing twosomes ~o to 5or tholr ~hyt~,,. ,~!Johnny One Noto"...Roll tom ov0r, L0o.... "JOHNNY ONE NOTE" C A l" ,i~'O l O189953
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.17 • / DICK: C A'T:KO 1 018995~
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DICK: DICK: BOB: Dick. Claus and slacks. never have any reindeer (REVIS=D) 8 - 2 And we had a typical Hollywood o~e down y wearlng a beret this you~ initial venture into our fllcker-maklng center? Well no, Dlek, I made a picture about two yea~s ago out here for which I have been on probation ever slnoe. I really was brought here to plaN the lead in that picture Lloyds of London -- in fact up until the last r~inute, it was a toss-up whether Tyrone Po~er (another leading man), or I would pl~y the lead. q , sO they tossed again. It was a good pict~e, but I dldnTt ~are about going to England, and besides who wants to make love to an insurc~noe company. But in order to even things up,they put me in a picture that~ ~vas something~ z llke Lloyds of~ ~ ~L°nd°n' g~ ~%t ~ ~,They • called it ~ ~CL~f~W#L~ of Pottsto~n. ~It ~vas one 6f th&se Class Iol quickie produotions, they m~.de it during lunch hour. I think it vlc.s the only picture ever directed thru a waste basket. To save time, they shot the ~hole thing in the cutting-room, ~len previewed it and shot the director, They h~qd little trouble getting it east, they ~ouldn~t accept it on the train they dldnlt h~ve c~y refrige~ctor oars -- But it finally~had a world premiere in Cupcake, New Jersey, and during the first reel the operato~ waisted C ATe01 0189955
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BOB: DZOXt BOB| IAOEH~ 6 - page (OONT,D,) Bu~ thoss "d~inBs ~on0t bothe~ me - Itus ~,ea~ to be 1~aok in Holl~wooA agsAn - wonSe~uZ Oh~letm anal eve~r~ng. Z ha~ a ~,eat Ohrletmas - ~h~'lstaax mo~alng ay mo~hs~ and X same dowastai~ an~ fouaA a 1~m peonage on the t~ont dooz. --steps- J~F father . • • After we poweeA hlm ever the ~ua pu~4An; -- Aria DAok~ X ae~ 5htrley Te~Le on 5sate Ol~a~ lane too~ ~y ~he wey. ~vlng pzoeeente. She b~ht her father anA :othe~ a wonae~ a~axx set o~ eleotrio t~alne ... rA~ez'e were two little ~Lrle ntan~Ang there w~tohfng he~ make the p~ohases. One little ~rZ IookeA at ~e other an~ sal~, ~o yon really Bel~eve she's o~1.y seven yea~s old ... the ot~e~ one eal4, well, X ~ontt want to be eat~y, but ~ ~ou~t if she'll eve~ see 8 aga~n ... oh they were oute k~.dJ • Well. P.o~ert~ how AA4 ~ou ~Joy ou~ ~nowlee8 0h~lst~ hero in Hollywood? A~Lu~, B~ek. Au~ we l~ a £FIP~.O~Y l~o~.l~oA Banta Glans vAelt us. He oam~ down the obi~ns¥ wea~n~ a slacks an~ b~et. But Aon,t ~et me w~ong - X love a enowless Christmas . X'I~ be ~a~kl (AP~.AVBB
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\ POWELL:~ From what I hear, some pe¢'.plo seem to have gotten the idea that the ttbaooo auctlcneer who, does ht~ chant on Lucky Strike radi~ programs is the snly one cf hi~ breed in the country. (L~ New, cf cc~rse, thatle net true. There are many fine au~tlcneers in tobaoooland - And they ~ll do that ~hant as a matter of buolness routine an~ they all knc.w tebao3o, tcc, I think youlre gelug to be Interested la what Bob Bh~r~'c, od has to aay about ~hem! ANN: Itls just this, Dick, I wish that when pecpl~ hear the ~haut cf th~ tobacco auctioneer cn ~ prmgrams, theyld get a kind of picture of all the cthe~ auotlcneors and buyero and ware- hou~emen in tobacecland. This group of trained tckaeo9 ex- pert~ occupies a positlcn that Is t~uly unique. They not only know tobacco. They knew wha~t tobacco is bought for what cigarettes - they have to - and swcrn reecr~ ~hcw that among Independent tobacco expe~to, Luokle~ have twloe as many ex- lu~Ive smokers have all the other cigarettes combined. PeWELL: ~Have any cf these expert~ explalned ~ they prefer Luckle~, B~ Yes. Let me just read you what one t.f the zest respected au~!cneers in the tobacco belt ~s to say cn this subject. His name is Billi~ Branch and he sold 6,~(C,CCC, pc.unds cf tcbazcc en the North Carolina market this s~agcn. R~ght now he~ in 9artha~e, Tennessee, for the Bur~e~ ~arket, ~nd he~s he~g'equal!y successful there. Well - he~ Mr. Br~r.ch~e exact wcrds[-"I was born and raised (n a tcbao$o farm. Sc l~ve had ~cmething tc de with tobacco ever singe ! oar~ rem- ember. At the a~e of 19 I did my first selling on the auction flo¢~. Now I think, both as tobacco farmer and R'r~01 01899~7
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PCWELL: (CCNT~D~ auctloueer, I do knew something about %¢baoco, 8o I wontt excuse myself fcr"speak.~zg up in ~eetlng" ~b~ut this sub~eot ~f ~-(king. I~ve been cmok~ng LuokleB fo~ 15 yoaPs now, and the ~eason is thpt I think LuQkle~ buy ~he finest line of tcbaccc on the market" (PAUSE~ Well, thatt~ the hones~ im- part~l ~plnicn cf Billie Branch - exp~rt auotio~sr~ Renemter it ~ext time you hear the ohant cf the tob~oco auot- Icnoer. Wlth Independent expe~b~ llke Er, B~anoh - with mgn v/no knew tcbaoco boBt, Itls Luokles 2 to l~ A%~O ? 0~89958
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(REVISED) Soe~e 7 "YOUR HOLLS~:IOOD PARADE" 0RO}~STP~,: Nb3&EER ONE SONG. I..HIT INTRO & FADE FORt ANNOUNCER: Spotlight for a ~usioal Hig~%lig~ht| Dick Pow011 sin~s the t~ue thatVs one of you~ favorites from coast to coast -- Number 9 on You~ Hit P~.rr~de last Saturday -- "T~ue 0on~ession" POWELL & 0~CH: "TRUE CONFESSION" (APPLAUSE) AT~O~ O189959
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"~0~ }~l~o6~ PARAD~'~ (End REWISION) Soone 8 - Page l POWELL: Thank you.,..Row for the d~a~atlo highlite of the Week in Roll~wood....Mr. Lucky Strike plays host to one of the leading asters of ~e Camera 01o/% -- a ~lan who averages a thrill a minute in his screen characterizations -- Edward O. Robinson....Tonlte, Nm. Robinson departs from his usual dynamic roles in an original dro~z~tlzation for the air by Arch 0boler -- "Adventure Postponed". In it, he plays the pamt of Swallow, a Gentleman of the Road with a quiet sense of humor and his own philosophy of llfe and the world he lives in, ...Assisting I~. Robinson is Jane B~yan -- who appears with him in his latest picture "A Slight Ease of }~arder". }~ss Bryan plays Emily, a girl of iG with ~o~antio illusions about the world outside her sphere. Now, up with the curtain -- and a spotl~te for Edward G, Roblnsonl ~ (APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRAl (~SIOAL CURTAIN FAD~ FOR:) S AT'~O'I 0189960
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, /- /- • (2NP REVISION) ANNOUNCER: The scene - a long freight train waiting at a sidin~ EMILY: SXALLOW: EMILY: SWAII~)W: EMILY: S'IALLO'~]: EMILY: S~;r ALLO'~I: EMILY: S'~LLOW: EMILY: somewhere far out in the country. A small figure crawls out of the weed~ at the side of the railroad r~ght-of-way, looks cautiously about to ~ee if any Of the trair~aen are watching, runs quickly to a box-car wherer9 ~hhe doo~ is ~art way open} and trle~ to~llmb insld~.~t~-~ {GASPS IN SURPRIeE) Oh; .~ .k~ ~.4~4-~4 t~t~ - - - (OHUCKLE$) ?~at's the ~mtter, kid - did I sea~e you? (SHE HAS ONE OP THOSE VOICES WHICH MIGHT BE TK4T OF A YOUNG BOY OF 14) ~ - I didnlt think theme was anyone in this car. That's the way it goes - Sf ya llve, ya gotta learn. Her6 - grab my hand....I111 glve you a boost. (HESITANTLY) W-well - I -- V,~at's the matter with you$ DoAyou want to get on thls !~ train, ~. ~hy, yes, J do~ But I - 1%hought this car was empty. I didn't know -- Iris okay kid - there;s still one drawln~ room left - it's all yours| Her~. grab my hand~ I ~ITH EFFORT AS RE PULLS OTHER UP INTO CAR) There you are| i - I hope Irm not Intmudlng.... (CHUCKLES) Polite little mug, aren't you? V~at's your name? V!ell~ I - I -- e ~]')401 0189961
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J L - , ~ . W~ " (REVZSED) 8_~. SWALLOW: (CHUCKLING) It's okay, kid - any nametll do. For instance, right now, mlnels Swallow~ EMILY: (PUZZLED) S-Swallow? SWALLOW: Yeah, Swallowl North In the 8~er - south in the winter - thatis ms. And thstls my pal Sn~/ffy sle~pin' over thers in ths corner, But dont~nd him - Snuffy thinks the best way to llve is to sleep. Now whetTs your hams? Irm - I'm John. John B~ow~, EMILYI SWALLOW: Yeah? John Brown. goes marching on? SWALLOW: Let It lay. Whateha got in that ba~? Er~ILY: Doughnuts° SWAELOW: (UNBELIEVINGLY) W~-at? E~IILYz I ~aid dougEnuts~ ~nt 8ome? SWALLO~J~ Do Il Say~ SOUND OF TEARING BAG, ETC. S:"ALLO~'}: EMILY: SWALLOW: EMILY: SWALLOW: E~ILY: S~ALLOW: Any relation to the f611ow whose soul (I,~¢UT}~UL OY DOUGHNUTS) Wolff I cast my 6yes toward heaven for manna, ~nd what did I ~et? (CHUCKLES) Doughnut~ I'm - II~ ~lad you l~k~ thcm. Say, ~hat kind Of a bee ~re you, a~ay, oarrylnS around f~esh doughnuts. I - I found them° (SMACKING LIPS) Well, some o~ll it f~n~in~, and som~ call it bo~owln~ but whatevo~ it i~, It'~ okay by m¢~ Gay, youtr~ just a youn~ mu~, arentt you? ^ I'~ - I~m almost slxte~nl ~44~.~ (SKEPTICALLY) Sixteen with pipes llke thst? N~e ~ take off the l~d ~nd letls have a look at you| ~T~01 0189962
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' ' ' ," , ' (RE~, ,SED) 8-4 . / EMILY: No, please Z I'd rather, keep my cap on if you don't mindl SWALLOW: Yeahj but I do mlndl E&~ILY: Nol I won't take it offl SWALLOW: (CHUCKLING) Tough little mu~, oh? Okay, fill take it off for you ! EMILY; No, please, I -- SWALLOW: (IN SURPRISE) Pigtailsl Well 1111 bca - you're a i~iF~ HMI LY: ( CRY ING ) SWALLOW: Aw, now look hare, kid - I dldnJt want to hu~t youL EI~ILY: (SNIFFLING) You didn't httvt me; SWALLOW: Then what are you cryini about? EMILY: Because - because you know I:m a gi~l; SWALLOW: Well, is that anything to cry about? Here - 6it down here by the door and tell me all about it, v~'h~tIs youp na~,e - that ~ohn Brown monicker donlt fib eo well anymor0, if you get what I mea.n? SWALLOW: Emily, eh? .... Nice name...How long you beon on the b~Wi Emily? EEILY: You monn~away from homo? S~VALLOIV : Ysah, EMILY: {HESITANTLY) Ub - a month - I mean n year - ~ mean ~lways~, S'~ALL~;: (~HUC IES) ~I Stork brought you in a box-0ar eh?,,, A2~l--a~)~%, ILow, Emily~ foils hav~ the low-down - runnin' away from hoI~e~ I~Inlt you? Oh, no, nol I BOmB from a long %ray off - fpom California! g~--- from Salifo~nial SWALLO?,r: Sister, if you'~o f~om C~lifornia, I'm from Park Avcnuel / , P ~F%07 0189963
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EMILYI SWALL(~V : E ~ I LY: SWALLOW: E~ILY: SWALLOW: El,tILT: SWALLOW: EI~IILY: SWALLOW : E~41[ ¥: S%~ALLOW : El,lILY : S~ALLOW : E}.IILY t Park Avenue? isn't it? (REVXSED) 8-o (EAGERLY) ~ -that's in New York, Thatls where it iss unless.lt got a dispossess. Oh, New York must be a wonderful plGoel ThatTs where Irm golns~ Yeah? On thi_~s train? Well...yes| Sorry, sister - this one's headin' for C_~hlc~. It is? Yeah. {BRIGh~fLY) Oh, well, Chicago's a big city too~ so I guess it do8sn't make any d~fferenee - any place Just so that I get away from this horrible du~l (AS S}~ REALIZES HER ..ISTAKE) I - I mearL -- (SLO'~VLY) So you're f~om Californlat oh? :~ Yes, I aml i,~l Listen, ~ully - see that farm house over there at the edge of the field? But I'm from Californial Iill lay ~ou f~ve to one that if I walked up to the door there and~said, "You ~ot a little girl - corn-colored halt ~ blue eyes - n~]e of ~ily?"theyld say, "We sure have~ Know where she is?" Yeah, come to think of it I guess I'll 80 over there and -- No, no, pleassZ Please don't tell ths~L P RI'HO 1 0189964
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~J SWALLOW: (IN QUIET TRIUMPh) (~VIS~D) Soene 8 So Eou're from Califo~nla.... I - EMILY: SWALL0%'t: EMILY: SWALL0ff: EMILY: SWALLOW: EMILY: SWALLOW: EMILY: SWALL~?: EMILY: SWALLOW: EMILY: SWALLOW: EMILY: SWALLOU: EMILY: C But I had to ~et away| I ha~d %o[ V~natss the matte~, -- old man %oo tot~h fom ~ou? My £athe~Ts dead. Ohl SO it's you~ ma ~ou oanft ~et along wAth - that it? Oh, no[ My mothe~ neve~ bothers mel Shels been sick in bed fo~ eve~ so Long ~nsomethin~A~ with he~ back, Yeah? Oh, don't you see, mlsbor -- I ha_~d to get away[ You donlt ~iovi what it Is to llve on a £~,m all you~ llfel (FLATLY) Donlt ~? I want to ~o pla~es .... see dlffe~ent thln~s] Eve~,ythln~ looks p~etty ~kmoh the ~a~e....from a box oar.... aJ Chioa~ot New Yorkl ~Iii bo so wonde~ful~ I suppose EOU~V8 been ~i~tinl in that house over th~e,~ watchlnl the ~ralnB go by day afte~ day, and thlnkln, tO yo~self ho~r ~wel~ i~ ~s to ~Ide ~p and down~ go~nl where you wa~t to ~o, seelnl eve~y~hlnl th~e is to s~e,,., of counsel, And^It is wonde~full NO, It ain't| Itls dirty and it1~ oold and you:re hungry all tho tlme| You don~t know what bhat nleans, do~.5/~? (INDIGNANTLY) Of co'.~e Idoi I~ve been htmg~y~time~, No, you atntt| That ain't belnI hurtle -- waittnl fo:o your ma to ¢~ll you to el%ppe~'| Ee~lr~t ht~ng~o~'Ts be:inI alone, not even havinT anybody to be bunny wlt..~hl Moonhtnl b~'ead and walkln~ by restaumants and sm~llin' the stuff lnstde and f~ellnl you.~ insides J'~st so~,t of tea~An~ out of you -~ thatIs be:tn, hungry| Xou oantt talk ~e out. of going; /:/'/ MO 1 0189965
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RHVZSIO ) S~ALLOW: ~ your ~a -- you said she was slckj dldn~t you? EMILY: S ~AI,LOW~ EMILY: S~VALLOI?: E!~ILY~ SOUND: 8-V V~nat kind of a glrl are you, anywayp runninT out on your ma like that? She need~ you, donlt she? (WEEPING) Stop it| Stop saying thatJ What do you know about it? Ilve got to be ~omgbo~y~ What do you know about things like that? All right, Emily - quiet down . no use yellint at each other. ~, IIII tell you what I know about it. I1m prettygo,cod at that. KnowinI about it didn't do me much good~ ~ that donmt kesp ~e fro~ telli~t othe~s the truth..... ~lhat do you mean - t~uth? The truth about that feellnt you got Inslde of ya. Every- body @~ wings when they're your age, ~mIly -- they want to run and fly a~i~e - away - far away~orld where there's nothin~ b~t ro[cRnee, and e~Git~ent ~nd adventure.....But " - , Emily . and the world you want to fly to isnlt a real wo~id.A A~ if yoh stay where you are an& ~, in a little while you do find the real world - a world of work and ho~e and klds....(HIS OV~ MISERY IN HIS VOICE) But if you shut your eyes nnd fly anyway, ~ometimes yo~ never come down to earth a~ain - you fly ~round and ~round lookin~ and hopin~ for sonethinI - you don~t know Just what - and you get older and your wings ~t tired ,- and you w~.nt a Rlace to rest - but you~*w~c~ . nothin'| ....S%be smart,~ kid - get out of here - go on home| No, no.~ I won't go~ I won~t~ (TRAIN HOOTS T',',D TIMES~ FAR BACK_! BTH01 018'9966
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• - SWALLOW: EMILY: S'ALLOW: EMILY: SWALLOW: EMILY SWALLOW: EMILY: SWALLOW: s0 UN___~D: 8"~ALLOW: EMILY: S~"AI,DOW: EMILY: $',?ALI, OW: SOUND: E~IIIY: f Listen] Wefre gonna pull out| Get off, kld~ No! If I go back now ITll never get away| I1m old - Ilm flfteen] (IN DESPERATION) Listen, Emily - if I promise to come back for you, will you get off? (IE A~ZEMHNT) You - come back fo~ me? Yeah~ Yeah, msure~ If you go home and stay with your ma and go to school and stuff "llke that - in a couple of years - when yourre a regular lady - 1111 come by this way again, and if you still Want to, IIll take you an~ yeu~ ma straight to New York and show you the whole works from start to ffl~Ish~ (ECSTATICALLY) Oh, mister| Will you? Will you really? And youtll tnke u8 evePy pla~o? :, Every place 1 (FREIGHT CARE JERK AS THEY START OFF) ~uickl The trainfs startln1| Will you promise to stay home? Will you promise? Oh, yes, yes, I will| I will~ always wanted a father like you~ ~e Nix on tha~stuff~ Go on~ (FADE) Goodbye, Mister Swallow| (UP) So long kid~ (TRAIN STARTING OFF) SOUND~ Oh, hiister Swallow~ Itv8 Get offl Get Dff; (FAR BACK) Goodbye, ~[ister $wallow~ 1111 be waiting~ IBye~ Please hurry~ (TRAIN NOISES UP FOB A FEW SECONDS...FADE & COWTIHUE CLICKETY~CLACK OF TRAIN IN MOTION FAR BACKI BEHIND:)
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i/- '" ' {S~D RE 1810~.) S~UP~Y~ (F~DB I]~, SLEBPIL~[) H@y| ~w~llo~| V,"na~@ all ~?%e lhblso about~ V{n~Is all the noise? SWALLOW: STALLOW: $NUFFT: SI~LLOW: )~FJSIC : NuthinT Snuffy' Go on back ~o sleep~ ~o - who was ya $%lk~n~ to~ (SOTTO) "Itve always ~vanted a father llke you" ..... ',',~%a - what did you say? (CHUCKLES "aTHOUT ,~II~) - a~v~r mine2 Snuffy - you been sleepinI - and mo ~ I've boon mighty close to a cl*,aam.... ~r I~11- ~I0 1 0189968
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.. f ,, ,. ~ ~OENE 0 "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" (REVISED) PO~LL: Thank you, Eddie Robinson;, ~Vnen itoomes $o d~l~verlzk~ a J don't go away, please -- we want to heap more f~om ~ou lafieP,.~.And thanks too, dan~ Bryan~ You woPe grand. Now the Parade moves along wlbh a change of pace and mood....Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Singers, the Lucky Seven, and e Forbsto n d t e Luo strike 0 , ,u ......... l_J__,, ?~ .~ ,;~chest~a~s ................... ~..14~ :=~Ntu~ber 6 on Your Hit Parade last wook -- "VIENI VIENI", ... CHORUS, LUCKY 7 AND ORCHESTRA: "VIENI VIENI" (APPLAUSE) O /~ T/'<O 1 0189969
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4O,~INSONt PO,:~L! ~OBIH,~O~h ~BXNSONt ROBIN,'~OI~ ~LLt I~XX3ONI PO~ELLI BOBII~SOXJ ROBXXSOH! ~ODIHSOH, • F. ...... . - zo (~C?XON~i OTIAIIT OFP MI¥.Z} ~c~ ~ Roll~.,,ood P~',od.o noveo on to ~motho~ ~;hl~hb. Yhls Ro~nson *. ~m~'s t~o ide~ ~e~In~ o11 t;hab reckon;? Diok~ Z ,~ust oentt for o~, thab auOtio~s~J ~t do you n~en~ t~t a~£onos~ is one of the bo~/th~r~o on ¥ou~ ~oll~wood ~,- ~+._. ........ we t~.~k as. ~oo~ ~Le. )~5"o,z,o k~ oF p~o~d of the ~y he d~ that Op~Ol Of ~S. 'i~ And anotlm~ thinS~ Dlok. Whenever Z hoo~ hl~ X ~ r~nd~ th ~obnooo oxpol~:s~ liko ~Ou~ ~mO~lohool,~ crooks Luoklos. ~ok~n like a ~uo Luoky ~en~ ~die. ~hot'S ms .o. Yo~ SO0I I llke botch o~s c~d o~orottos~ o~d l ~oko them both. 80 n~tu~l~+ in o O~o~otto. X +ont r£oh t;okao0o tast~. ]~ow L~kios h~vo t;}~trlob ~.~I i'Zavoz, - at the some t1~ theb"Ps mellow ~ ~aey on =7 tha~at. ^ Ilo~ lon~ havo 7OU er~olmd L~Oklos~M~? Oh. about ton ~ee~8 at le~ - And llke al~o+t ovoz-~body oleo in ~ollywoo~+ ~ou,il nevoP ~in~ me ~Itho~ 1~Aokies in r~ dresa~ room ~ in ~, hm~. TI~nks a 1~ ~lio ... l~ ~S ~a~ of ~vou to ~oin tho par.~1o ton£eht, er~ ~Ivo us s~h ~oat anto~u~en~, ~ we'~o ~at~ ~or ~h~t ~ said ebou~ XA;oklea. a pleasu~ Disk ... So 1~, ~udF~ap~7 ~wTear~eve.-~, F~I+H01 071~99Z0
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L ,/' i'~, ~ ~ ~" '. (REVISED) 8oenes II and i~ ANNOUNCER: (OVER APPLAUSE) YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE continues in Just a moment.,.. ORCHESTRA: "LUCKY DAY" ORCHESTRA: *********STATION BREAK*~s~* ****¢s~ "LUCKY DAY".. *UP AND FINISH ANNOUNCER: PO?,F, LL~ CROEUS AND ORCHESTRA: Back to Your Hollywood Parade - starring Dick Powell .... With Rosemary Lane~ The Lucky Rin~ers, The I~cky Seven, Leo Forbstein and the Lucky Strike O~chestra, and ou~ g~ests~ Bob Hope ~nd Edward O. Eoblnson~.6..Uow the Parad8 ~tart~ movin~ ~ain with a ~on~ from one of Diok Powell's picture successes° ~e Lucky ~in~e~s, ass lethal by Dick himself, in "The Sor~of The Marlnes",,~ "SONO OF TEE MARI~S" i (APPLAUSE) e B r MO'l 01899FI
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POWELL: ANN: POWELL: ANN: PO~IELL : ANN: POWELL: ANN: POWELL: P 1 ~OLL~OOD PARADE. (2ND ~VISION) Scone i$ - Page 1. Here we 60 behind the soen~s of O~lera-land for a bit of news fop Your Hollywood Parade .,. Tonight Mr. Lucky Strike asks another of the ~reat a~my of the Dnnotteed to step up and take a bow -- thi: ~!z~n~:d-4Jo ~pplu~ ~UiiAg ~6 ~h~ the "Stand-Ins". They're the boys and girls who face the camera daily, yet never appear on the screen. But letls get the Who, What, When and Where of the Stand-In from one of that hard-workdn~ clan in porson. So just lean back. light up a Lucky and rolax while Ann Robinson, who performs her unique duties for lovely Olivia deHavil]and, tells us all about it ... Ann, come on out of hiding and take your place in the spotlight: (APPLAUSe) ~hank you, Mr. Pow ii ~Step up a little ~loser to the microphone, Ann. Stand here. Those are familiar words in my work ... "Stand here ... stand thereI" I guess thatls why they call us ':Stand-lns". Tall mc Ann - How do you like b~Ing a stand-ln for Olivia deHavilland? I'd lik6 dolng ~ for Olivia deHavilland. She's even nicer in real life than on the screen. Olivia i~ mor6 like a girl-friend to mc than a bess. Nice boss you've ~ot~ Ann. And a nice assistant she's got. Same slza, Same coloring. Same charm, ~ we wear the same clothes. Does Olivia know it? I~THO'I 01899,~2
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'' ' (~ND REVISION) 13-2. ,-- ANN: Oh, I mean that wheneve~ thoy make a costume for her, they also make one fo~ me. That enables the o~morman to get the ~Ight lightin~ on the dress bofor¢ Miss deHavilland stops into the sc~nc. PO~,~ELL: Suppose you tell the~ust what a stand-in doosL ANN: All rlght, It11 tell them what I toll my friends. He~)s my own formula: A stand-ln is a "bllnkeril ... s llmoaster"~ POWELL: A I think you)d b~ttor oxplaln thatj Ann - Iim afraid tho pcoplo won't undo~st~nd Our t~chnic~11 lingo, ANN: It's r~lly very si.~ple, Illl start with ths "blinker" part, The stand-in takos th~ pi~cc of the $ta~ ~.n fro~t of ths camo~ whilo th~ li~ts arc b~in8 ~rran~cd fo~ ~e sceno, it of ton takos ~n hour to ju~Ic the lights around, '~hsy somotim~s use fift~ light~. ~'OWELL: So that's wbsn you b~como a "bllnkor". And, boy oh bo~ 60 those lights ~et hotl /oLt know) ~akos it ~vo~ hotter) -~--a4~'-~ know t~ch~icolo~ 8o6n6s uso &bo~it t'~o6 ~,S !~uch light :;nd al*6 60~ warmer than bl~ok in< ~;lhit£ wi~h ,~h~ - stud iO, e¢)Po~a t,~gh~,,Nor th ~ol~,., ANN: Oh~ yes - a "rcstor-upper". A stand-ln gives the star i~ chance to re~t up ~'~d to study her lines, Tho rc~l hard ',';ork, of course, le the acting. RT"H01 01899?3
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P 2ND REVISIe,, J 13-3 POWELL: Look, Ann - have you h~d much chance to ~o~ yet? ANN: Wcll, if you call rch@arslng acting ... I Just finlsh~d scone llke that tod&y ... in "The Advontt~os of )!chin Hood", Olivia doHEvillnnd has to walk up a groat flight of stairs in Hottlngha~: Palace, Hev6 you scan that set? PO%~I'ELL: ~I haY6 ... About I0 ~o~e stairs end you could chin ~ours61f on the pearly ga%¢sl ANN~ Well, [ roh0srs0d t~z so0n¢ whilG Olivia watched and ~ob instructions fl,om ~iohaol C~tiz, thc di~ceto~ and I never wc~nt to see ~nother fli[<ht of stairs as long as I live~ POWELL: They rGslly walkod you, dii: ~hcy? ANN: I should say they did ,~. I ~ot my call Just after they flnisbod a biG scon~ ... ~) and I became a walkln~, FADE STUDIO 0~I' . .. ~ADE IN ~OL~O~,~I:,IO $PEECII MAN: I ~wear an oath by evor~ leaf ~n every tree in ~her~vood ~ore~ - a~d mark ?no vlell~ 8irrah~ "~ eh~ll hover rest until I see Rob~n Hood han~ed from hl~ own bo~-str~n~! DIRECTOR: C:~ .., All ri6ht~ print tEat one. C( ~IJSION O~ VOICES I~: .. SOUNL STAGE ATMOSPHERE.. AD LIB$,. DIF:ECTOR: 2~I) AN. ANN: DIRECTOR: "SAVE qliL LIOIE~SI" ETC... Oh To~ ... We~l] use the s~me camera set-up on this next Okay, ~[r~ C~/~tlz, (CALLS) All right -- st~nd-ins~ All re~dy, Mr. Curtlz. Good .° Ann, get on scene, will you? Tom Will explain the action .. (CALLS) Olivia deHavilland~..Oh, here you are, Olivia .. Now watch while i have Ann run throuEh the a~tion for yon. May as well rest while you can .. (CALDE) Okay, l~ghts°
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VOICE: DI[[ECTOR: ANN: POWELD: A~N: POWELL: ANN: f (~ND REVISION) 13-4. (DISTANT) Hit the lights~ ... QUIET~ Fine .. Now Ann, move ove~ to the foot of'the stai~s -- thatrs it ... Mark that spot on the floor, boysl (ASIDE) You pause therB, Olivlaa and turn to the camera for your first speech ... (LOUDER) More top light on bet hair -- thatls better~ NOW walk up the stairs, Ann| 81owlyl More top-light, boys, I want to see herJ ... Thatls more llke it. (ASIDE) Olivia, yourll go all the way to the top .. WeIll fade out on you ... (CALLS) All right, Ann, come on down -- all the way up next time, welve Mot to get it rJeht .o Try it again~ ... Okay - places everyone - letfs try it again..(EADES) (FADE OUT STTDIO..FADE IN ON NEXT SPEECH) And we did. Again and again and a~ain ... After that scone under the heat of those Teetmicolor lights, IIm not a ~t worried about what becomes of tb~ ~e in t e Eereafterl "~ ~--4~~~- you certainly earn your h~hea6 ex~n~d ... ~*~e ..~' ~Ann - ietls hope youlre on the road to stardom ... You know a lot of famous actors were stand-ins once - ' rn~or~ Yes I know, Mr. Powell - b~ ~ai~@n~" f ~i~len~y~V~e~ou~. ~ SO far, all that's ever been seen of E~C on the screen, except for mob scenes, is my hands. Your hands? Yes, fortunately my hands look well on the screen, so they~r often used for inserts. ~hat is, when ~ou see ~ e lose-up of a hand writ~n~ a letter, or showing off a ring -- they're quite often mine. (MORE) FI 1-i'~01 01899?5
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"YOUR ~OL'LX/W00D PARADEIi (REVISED) "IN THe/, STILL OF '.lEE NZG2~/'" i" HIT 2[NTRO & FADE OROHESTRA: FOH: PGWELL| Rosemary Lano brings us ~ mgBi~l hi~hllte of th~ week -- a ~ong fram the H ~%,h~i~ "In Tho "Still 'Of The Nit~"...( LANE: & ORCF~STRA: "IN THE STILD O~ THE N~TEt' , (APPLAUSE) P
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ANN: ¢f CCM~ERO IAL IV And now our fri~r.d, Bob Sherwood, ha6 ~ome remarkg to make about Edward G. Robinson, but I ~aution you, Bob, to watch what yo~ s~y...,Eddle ~-~prcbabty (~A~G.S, IIii be careful, Dick, As a matter cf fact, I merely ~,'~nt t¢ ~ something gr. Robinson skid. You ~1:lll r~call that he gave two reasons why he has smoked Luckies for over ten yea~s new,...First Luckles offe~ him the rich tcbavo: taste he wants and, second, they are a light ~oke easy oZ his threat. New in a ciEarette tha~Ig really an unteatable oomblnatlon, ard Itls,explainedilby the fa~t tha% ~ Luuky Strike offers you the finest tobacco l~ the threat protection of the exclusive process "It's Tca~ted". This 'tTcasting" process remcveB certain throat- irritonts naturally present in al_!l tobacco, That's why Edward G. Robinson finds Luckles easy ¢,n his throat in spite cf the streln cf his acting career. Doesn't it star;d tc r~scn that Luokios will be easy on c~ throat, ~¢¢? Next time you buy cigarettes, make sure of a light smoke, ask for Lucky Strike. Fll'~O 1 01899;:"8
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l f~ '' ' !=YOUH MOLL~"JOOD PAHADE" (~ND BPWISION) L 0~01~ Scene 16 - Page I, ORCHESTRA: "HOL AT ITS BE87" THEME .. ~ADE FOR: POWEI,L: s on to still another highlight of the week -- the Lucky Strike Award to the people we consider the first citizens of Merle lands those who typify "Hollywood At Its Bsst"....Tonight~ we pay t~bute to a great actress, not because of her artistry on the screen -- you, the publlc have acclaimed that -- rather do we salute her as a representative of ~II that is fine in a woman - to us, she ~s Hollywood's Y~rst Lady -- To us, she typifies "Hollywood At Its Best'r .... ORCHESTRA: TE~E OUT..SEGUE BACKGROUND ~USIC .. FADE FOR: POWELL: In Just two da~s, the world will celebrate the beginning of a New Year .. In Ju~t two days, a fine woman w~ll celebrate the beginning of ~ new life, along with that New Year...Not so ~any years ago, h~r e~ge~ eye8 first looked upon the world ~n Eontreal Canadao..Her father was a promlnent business ~an~ but fin~nclal rev~8oB 1~ade it ncceBs~ry for his children to face the world on their ow~.. S~ at fourteen, th~s little glrl left school and with her mother anG si~ter left for New York on the high road of adventure that leads to the StaE~...For three years ~he stl,uggled in that city whore ca~6ers a~e born of struEHl~ -- worki~ in pictures whenever she had tbs opportunity and as ~ photo~raphlc model b~tweon times, cookln~a gas jet in a t~ny room ---~ ~lways trylng,~fo~ th~ recoEnition sh~ know would come some day.. Then luck b~g~n slowly to tu1'n, ~nd at lonE last ths mlrael~ finally happened...a t~cket to Hollywood and a ~ontra~t with ~-~Mstro-Ooldwyn-Mayer~O~,~ta~ (MORE) R]H01 01899?9
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~r,,,~, ~.~.~ .~ .~: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~, ...... ~g ............. ~' ........ ' ' (~ND REVISION) iS-~. POWELL: (Central) Stricken with grief, Miss Shearer fell ill with pneumonia a few weeks after heP husbandls death, om@ i~ left Holl~vood with heP children for many months. After a y~Pvs ~etirement ~hG has decided to resume her ecrone capee~ and this very day she began work on "Marie :~t :2:0;2~n ; ' ;:2S:;e~h2::b:In:t. ?[:2wW~ :hhh~:dN~2e;c:2a::e d~ ~ co,ling, bri~Ing with it the promise of a new future...~ She faces it wlth the 8~0 braY6 smile and oo~raEe with which she confronted another bcginnin~ .!;hQn she was just n glrl of fo~rteen..Althou~h she is left without the man shs loved..hls dre~ will bc rcallzed...and a ~ew Year b~ngs a new llfe fop s gallant lady..As one ~rost writer put it.."dod hcs plao~d th~ g~ni~S Of wom~n i~ their i ~ heartsj because the works of this genius ~r~ always works of iovelr...We who l~vc and work hem~ in RollywooS ate proud to call Norm& Shearer our "Pirst Lady"...to us she I typifies "Hollywood At Its B~stI~, . , O~CSF~S'IRA: I,[USIC UP TO BIG FINISH. APPLAUSE. 8THOI O~89981
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' ' , ~ (RI~VIS~D) D m, ene lV 'ryouE }IOLL~Y00D PARADE" "SMILINI THRU". ,.}lIT INTRO & FADE FORs No~ds ShearerS8 meturn to the semeen is one of the New Yearls brighSes$ promises -- and if I may~ 21d like to sin~ a song Adentified with one of her ~ost b~illiant SO~@Dn SUOO~SSOS .. li~lli~l ~/"...... "SMILINi THRUrr (APPLAUSE) d AI"MO ] O7899B2
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Thank you ... Well, wetve given ~ou a look behind th~ Beeries of Hollywood, brought you some of the glamou~ an~ the heal, t of gollywsoda so ietI~ take a look now at the fun side of this b~g little town and see where the star~ go for r~creatlon and what they do to get it., • NO one and locker-room wit -- Bob ~ope •..~How about it, Bob - feel up to it? (INSERT 2ND HOPE SPOT - SANTA ANITA) ( APPLAUSE ) d RTX01 0189983
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l . [! !|; ~2~ ~ ~ B .... ~ ................... • : ~' ~ ~- ~ ..... , .................. (Fd~VItED) 18 BOB: He wouldn't think of ~oing to th~ post Without his make-up (Contqd) on, oohe was sept of an equlnue Stepln Fetchito.,Tho first time I ever saw a ho~s0 ~tart fro~ a kneellng po~ition, °, But it was a very thr~lling raOOo.,My hors~ got up to the po~t, looked at "the horse alo~sldo of him and said~ Have you ovo~ 1~n this trso~ bo~oro? Tho ho~o said~ Su~@a lots of tlmos,..so my hor~e said okay - fill follow yOUo,,At the staPt my horse broke away fast. Pretty soon he bPoke into a r~%.., then he broke into a gallop, and after tha~ he broke o~t into a ~ash ~nd sat dovln to ss~ateh h~msolf,.,thoy should of soratohod him before th~ ~aco...Ho was a nice hor~o though, so I thought lld wait tu~til he came in°..~n hs did it was so daPk the ~ockey vlas ~unni~g ahead of him w~th a fla~hliEht°.oThCy had a couple o~ Ae~entine hoz~se~ Punnin~ in the sixth race,°°they c~o do~m the stretoh, ~e band started to pl~y and they went ~i~ht into a tango.,. But it's a g;'est ~aoing meet. FOr ten o~ ~elve ~veeks you sit in a box and bet o~ the hor~ and at ~ho end of the meet they sol~d you ho~le...in the same box**°Thore wa~ a big scand~l opening day thotlgho On~ fellow ma~,e thros big h~t~ on every race an~ lost every one. He finally h~d to %~a~k home, ~ And he was arrested for bein" a nudist, They a[ fop fivo d , IIi ~2~ d kepfl hl~l in j I ays... ~ ~-g to be out... and llm g%a~ to ha~e he~n here ~Ith Nou Di~k...go~dnlght... d ~1~0~ 0~89986
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POW~LL: !~ ANNOUNOEH : Thank you, Bob --- you handed me enough l~ughs $o make me forget that Indian B~oo~Is s$1!l running with my two ~olla~s o~ hi~ n~a~ I And ~o~ b~£ore we ~Qt abo~t th~ business Of mu61c, herels ~ word from Mp, L~oky St~Ikeo .... ., ......... ,..,INSERT COMI4ERCIAL ..... ,..., ............ AT~O~ 0~8998?
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'• --, 0 ........... • .............. ANNCb~OER: Next time youlre buying cigarettes, remember the opinion of the men who know tobacco best... the independent tebaooo experts. The~e expe~ts know who buy~ what ~obaoco and $o what th~ ~moke of their own ohoice i~ of Impo~tanoe to eve~F ~moker. ~bei.~r ve~dlot is Luckies 2 to I. (PAUSe) ~emember with independent tobaooe experts, w~th men who know tobaooo best - ttl~'Luokles 2 to i, R]'M01 0189988
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L~ YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE (END REVISION) Jaguar~ Sf 19SS (ROUTINE SHEET) I. AUCTIONEER B. HAppy DAYS POWELL (PLENTY OF HONEY) 4, ORCHESTRA (YOU CANtT ETOP ME FROM DREAMING) S. BREET, POWELL - HOPE 6, ROSEMARY LAE~ (I STILL LOVE TO KISS YOU 7- ~ OOODEEOnl HOLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST POWELL (PENNIES FROM HEAVEN) ROSS - DIETRICH - HOPE I~A.ROSS SONG (WHY DO I LOVE YOU) IS-B.RO8S TESTI~IONIAL STATION BREAK BOB ROPE 1So P~ELL (EBB TIDE) 17. UO~MERCIAL 18, DIETRICR (DRAMATIC) COM!~ERC IAL EINALE (ALL GODtE CHILLUN GOT RHYTHH) El. CLOSIRG ANNOUNCEMENT RR. HAPPY DAYS, ETC. :45 :45 :HH I:RO E:O5 4~86 2:30 6:EE E:OO 91HE ~:i0 13;05 4:16 ITIHO E:OS 19:E$ l~EO 20:45 R:40 HS:HH 4:30 27:65 H:lO El:O5 :45 Sl:EO lEO0 HS:EO ~:SE 35:25 ~5:00 40:~S E|EO 43:15 i:i0 44:25 9:00 53:28 i:00 54:25 H:O5 HE;SO l:O0 HV:30 :EO 58:S0 Ar~01 0189992
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"YOUR HOLL~,';OOD pAR.~LDE" January ~, 1938 0Soo~o ~q ~'HAPPy DAYS" FANFARE ~i Lucky Strike presents --- "HAPPY DAYS" ~IANFA~E ~ "Y01JI: HOLL~,~00D P,~DE" --- Starrln~ Dick Powelll O:ICH~STRA ~ CHORUS~ "HAPPY DAYS AP~ HERE AOAINIr...TH~ME.~. "YOUR HOLLYW~OOD PAR~E,'I ' ~'~' RADIO PROGR~JI b~ought to you by tho manufaoturcr8 of iuo~ Strlke Cigarettes, f~ozl Stage 9 a~ ~arnor B~othors~ S~ios --- on~ full hour of Holl~Iood Highlights, fooli~ t]~ pul~ oi' ~0ality in th~ capital of Make-Belicvo ..... l~po~,~Ing the ne~Js, tho gl~our, the hoa~t of IIolly',~ood ... ,~:,~d hero is ~ur host - ~Iok Po!loll I ~¸ (AP?LAUSE)
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"You~ Holl~tood Parade" January 5j I~58 Scene 3 POV~LL AND PO~LL: ORCHESTRA: "PLENTY, OF NOICEY".. ,ONE CHORUS AND FADE FOR: Good evening,^ - " Hollywood ~..Toni~ht c~, with the first of the 1938 mo~els of Your Hollywood Parade .., Hr, Lucky Stl~ike has provided quits a juest list to open th~ season1~ festlvi~ties .~., Bob ~[o~s is pl~ylng a reburn engagement to b~ing us h~s slmnt on the ftln sld@ of }loll~'¢OOd ',.~ ~ the vocal de- partment there's s!~in~ st~r L~nny ROss~ he of the }Io!ly~ood .~iardi Gras, ',,~ith an envi~bl~ o~oss-sountmy ~e- put,gLen among the lads v~ho e~n h~O ~ high B,Flat..'. rand for a touch of moments and glamor" - our very spmcl%l ,~-5-~-org~B~e~nt~,.o ann the lov~lle~g of lovely screen ladies, Ma~lene Dietrich| .~.~ The Old Guard is ~,es.dy for action too~ ',~ith Roser~a.~5- l~ne, ~ldley Chamber, s and the Lucky Sing~'~s~ the Luo~.~r S~ven, and Lag Forbstein and the Luck~ $~riks ODchestl,~ ... 2hatls a lot of ~oD!e for the$~ fe*~ m!nut~, s¢ it~%~ h$~ t~mt ~aumio~ L~O, and l;eI11 gst l'our Hol!~,nvood Pa~,ade e-rolllng .,. PO ~LL CHORUS ( A FPL%USE ) ... LkST C~!ORU~ II 20"~LL: D\rER APPI4~USE) Okay, ~o -- poulre on. i i ......... l,,_iPT[I..... ........................... il ~!~:.~___i .~ .................... BTH01 0189995
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(~UI) ~EV~0R) SOE~i~ S YOUR ROL~aY%~OOD PARADE P~GE .I Thank u that Just peachy, And now lsd~es and HOPE: , yO LeO, WaS EOntlemenj I want you to nloet that stells~ comedian an<l ~ollywood leadin~ man - }lob Ropol (APPLAUS}[) DICKI HARKS BOB - I~0V£ RIGHT ~N AND. MAKE YOUHSELF AT HOMK. WE RE V~RY HAPPY TO EA~/E YOU ?ZgRE IT}[ US AGA~B. EOB: THANK YOU...MS+ }[LOWDELL+ DICK: VS~LL, AT LEA~T ~[ ~IFE IS ~,~O}[}['iEC.. SOB: I KIlO~...DON IT REMIND ?+[E~..~/ WIF~ i~&PE!~SO~ ATES HOVIE STARS }VERY TIMJ~ I KISS KER...I " ~+~ T A~I~ ~TIS OAROL LOHBARD. DICK: YRAH~ ~ ~'.~70 DO~.S SHE TUI~:K Y01-r AHRo 50~: CLARK GA}[LE.... ROT TOO LOUD DTOK. * * r UNDSRSTAND I~IISS DIETRI~;R l~ DOIUS k S'.q~TCK TOKI?E -- ~ LOV}[ SKETCH+ DICE: YES BOB. POE: AND A LRADI~!G ~.!AN WILL BE REEDED? IICKI "I ~ BOB. [~0B: q'~LL...TEATrS r~ ~AOKET. DICK: YHAR, BUT YOUILL HAVE TO .3~T i!~ LI~!['..~YO[ SEE I+VE ALREADY ASKED GEORGE BRR)!T TO PI %Y THAT TAXi° BOB: ~'Z~ 0 ? DIOU: GEORGE BRRNT. ~.T~E ACTOR, ;kS: OH YES...AND VERY GOOD TOO, BUT DI?K I DOUIY WANT TO PET ANY}[0DY OUT 0]~ WORK, BUT %~UY BRI)iG I~! AN ACYOR ~'~ISE THAT LOVE ETUEF CO~[ES SO NATURAL WI~.~ ~.!E. DICE: ?IATIIRAL WITH YOU....'//HY B0B IF ?.~%RLKNE DI~TS!CH EVER T}~EI~ ]~ER %R~S ARGUED YOU YOU~D DIE OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE° ROB: ?+~LL.... I DID}~tT .~ ItE ANEMI0. DICK~ TO TELL THE TRUTH ~[,~.R~,}[I]E }[ORS THINK Yo}[tRK TB~ i-r RO~!~NT][~ TYPE. " : + fll-~01 018~997
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ii • (~I,~D RHV~ION) $CI'NE 5-~ !I BOB: IT'S A ~UTUAL FEELIEG, BUT E0V DID YOU FIND OUT? DICK: THIS AFTERNOON Y~IEN YOU WALKED INT0 THE STUDIO I }IEARD HER SAY "GET A LOAD OF THAT KIHSEH" BOB~ SHErLL GET N0 ?~EHE WITH FLATTERY. IS THERE ANY POSSIBILITY OF GEORGE BREHT NOT SHOWING UT~ .- YOU KNOW THEY WORK AWFULLY LATE OH THOSE ~NESTERNB, DICK: HARDLY BOB ---HERD RE IS RIGHT HO?~----GEORGE BRENT. IAPPLAUSH) GEORGEI THANK YOU VERY ~CJCH DICK.,.,IIM VERY HAPPY TO J01N Tim PARADE TONIGHT. DICK: YOUrRE VERY I~ELC0~E GEORGE. E~ I~ED YOU BADLY. BOB: 0}[, I DOHrT THINK SO. GEORGE: ~0 IS THIS DICK? YOUR STAND-IN? DICK: 0H~ PARDON ME FELLOWS ~.- GEORGE THIS I~%~BOB UOPE. BOB: HOW DO YOU DO ~R. BHENT IIVE ALWAYS ENJ0~ED YOUR C:REI,IATIC EFFORTS....HA HA HA ... ~. I HA:~DL-~ THAT I:ICELY~ DICK: GEORGE, YOUIVE BEEN BOB ?40HK OH TB.~ ~TAGE AND PISTUHES RAVEN IT YOU? OEORC-E: Y~S ..... I THIIIK HE IS VERY CLEVER, BOB: THANK YOU. GEORGE: I~IAT DID YOU SAY THE BA~E ~VAE? DICK: THE RAEE IS HOPE. BOB: YEAH....YOU SPELL ~T WITH AN "H" ~i0T A "D". • • .YOU !~I0'%r MR. BRERT, I HAW YOU IN yOUR L%THST PICTURE "$UBMARIhTH D.T." GEORGR: SUBR~RINE D. ONE BOB: D.T~ THATIS THE WAY IT STEUCE ?'IH,.....THAT'S THE PICTURE ~HEEH WA~q~E MORRIS AND TAT OtBRIEH PLAYED TEE LOVE INTEEHET WITH DORIS WEBTON ..... I LIKED YOU IN THAT PICTURE ~o O !
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GEORGE: THANK YOU KR. HOPE, AND I SAW YOU IN A PICTURE %%~{HRE TI~RE WAS NO INTEREST AT ALL. DICKI NOW WAIT A MINUTE. LETI8 BE FRANK, BOTH 0P YOU WOULD LIKE TO PLAY WITH ~%RLEI4E IN THE SKETCH, B~ ~,~ CAN 51lLY gOB: ~mELL, I DO fIT SEE ANY EHAB0I FOR ~QUIBBLI',,IG . .2i I)ONIT {INK R / / ~I X / \ .'" "Z / /, / ", /: / / ' ,sE, / ,/ / / DICK: LOOK FELLOWS....I CAN EOLVE TI~ '};HOLE TEIUG, WEILL HAVE t CONTEST TO SEE IZIC}{ OF YOU IS THE HOST RO~4ANTIO FEELOW. LET TEE AUDIENCE DECIDE, .'~ED.~--~VHE V/flirt PLAYS IN T][E SI~TC)r V:ITR MARLENE. " ~CE: ~.EAT'E AIL RI(~IT VITAl ~,~...I CAi;IT LOZ~ :!'iYH THIS PROFILE, GEORGE: YOUID BE LUCKY [F YOU COULD i0$H TK',T PEOFILE. BOB~ NO EIR....'~ITH SKII JU.HPING IIN GOING FAR. DICK: I ":AUT EACU OF YOU TO E~loTE THI,~ Lille (DZ{AUATIC) IIIiIHLENE, ",%ILL YOU BE HIRE?" (NATI/HAL VOICE) S,Vf POVEZI DOES TIIAT PRETTY ~LL TO0( .... . CE DOESE IT PIE? G~ORGE ;~ DOB: HE DOESN ~i'. DICK~ YOU EE~D THE~-,] GEORGE. GEOR~II OKSY. (VERY VERY DRANATIC) IJARLENE.-.NARITNB (pause) NAELEHE. (SIGH) YOU SEE DICK....SHE LOPS:IT EVHI AIIS'~:EH, I.~AELENE, WILL YOU BE MINE9 (TREE IFIC APPLAUSE) BOB: GDORG~~. 'i ~l'~O1 0189999
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BOBs DICKI BOB: [~IOKz DICK! BOB: DO TREY LIKE TH,%T TYPE OF ~ING$ OKAY BOB ..... NOV YOU DEAD TED LI}JR, AND THEN ITLL PUT MY H%ND O~A~R YOtq~ HEAD FOE THE APPirAUSE. ALL RIOHT, BUT DONrT ~UES MY HAIR ..... LEAVZ SO~,~THING FOR A~%RLENE TO DO, C~O AHEAD BOB, BEAD T~'E LINK, (EMOTINC, H;~IILY) ~[%KL~KE ;~ILL YOU BE MI~,...}~, (O}IE FE!LO',I' APPLAUDS) ~LLj ';£~AT DO YOU THINK BOB, V~ELL IT'S PRETTY C'LOED. (APPLAUSE) i: e 8T~01 0190000
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DICK: -~OB: • ' DICK: il rOB : DICE: BOB: 5-4 DO THLW LIKE THAT TYPE OF THING? O~L%Y BOB ..... NOV YOU RZAD T~D LINE, AND THEN IWLL PUT .MY HAND OVDR YOUI~ HEAD FOE THE APPLAUSE° ALL RIGHT, BUT DON~T NU~$ MY HAIH-----LEAVE SO~,~;TEIHG FOR I~L%KLENE TO DO. GO AHEAD BOB. READ qS~E LINE. (R~OTINC, HA~KILY) NAI~L}~NE WILL YOU HE MI~ ° ° ° .~[GHo (ONE FELLOW APPLAUDS) I~LL, ~%~IAT DO YOU THINK BOB. ~LL IT'S PRETTY CLOEE. ( A PPL•iUSE ) ~TNOI O1900O1
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r.. ,--r.- PO~z 0 SO~ 6 (REVIS£D) N~'OL~ HOI,,I.~OOD pARLDICl gell Goo~Keo I$ look8 %~ko you p18~ *he pax~. (LAUd) &11 FIgh~j .bolero Jee you tooth l&~e~ .... Wollj ~A eo ~o work ... ZrylnE Be~lln onoe~vx~e ~ lor~ oalleA P~O~tT ~rX le LULe k lieloAym °,, 5~na~ wae • awall £~e& e.~ al~houGh weq~e ruo~ go1~,~o do ~ha~ long~ le haye ~a love17 melq~y ... ~o w~% Rose~u~ Lane m~ng£~ aZ ~Ii Love To K~el Xo~ OooAn~h~l ... Th~ m~tn8 ¥ou~ Ro p emaz~ o,. i , , i,i 7~,1¸ A 1".~0 7 0190002
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~l i"~rV~FI:~, ~' 0~ PO!~ELL ; ANNOUNCER: POhELL : AIIJIOLq[CER : Soene~age "YOUR HOLL~OD PAF~DE" January 5, 1938 YOU know, the chant of the tobacco auctionneer on Lucky Strike radio programs has stirred up more Meal interest in tobacco than the average smoker has OVer felt befoD8. I guess we1~8 all awa~e of the fact that in a cigarette, itls th~ tobacco that co%u%ts and so itls natura~ fo~ us to want to hea~ from authoritie~ on the ~b~eot. flow Bob 9herwood is goinS to tell US about a man v[no is not only a tobacco farmer but a tobacco b~yer on many~ts. Yes, Dick, this ~an h~s h~d an %h~usual advantage in this ~espeet. Forw In addltlo~ to raising his OVm tobacco o~op for the past 19 yea~s, he has bouquet tobacco all through the B~Ight and Burley bel~s - GeorE!s. North and Soutk Carolln~, Virginia, Kent~okTar~Telmessee~ Say~ thatls covering a lot of te~itoryl Yes, and it ~lea~8 h~ h~s ~ t~uly wlde knowledge of tobacco - not just in th~ district where he farms, but in ~ny Othe~ tobacco centers as well. Now this manls r~me is Noell - Amthur C. No~ll; and he has been s L~oky St~lke szoke~ fo~ l~ ~ears. }[ere is the ~eason, i~ his Own words - quote - At all these ~a~k~ts in GeOrgia, ~orth ~l~d South Carolina, Vi~sinia~ Kentucky and ToD~O~SeO, llve see~ L~]~y Strike buy the same fine g~ade of tobacco. Ai~d ~t[all thes~ ma~ket~ live noticed independent buyers like l~ysolf smoking Luok~ Strlk~ slgarettos. Now ~hatls Just as natural as anything ~ould be, ~e see Lucky 9t~ike buy the best g~ad~s of tobacco, and so we pi~k Lu~kiss for ou~ ov~ oiga~tto~. ~o~ we're indepondents. WS can p~ok the O~a~tto that 19 T~¢O ~/ 0190003
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i! POlTELL i ANI~OUIICER: POUFLi ~ AIT;!OI[!OER : • -- 11u ! "YOUR HOLL~VqOD PARADE" January 6, 1938 To~k~o"~, the oh~2%t of th~ tobaoo0 a~otio~oer On L%~oky Strike radio programm ha~ stlrred up more ~eal interest in tobacco th~n the average smoker has ever felt before. I guess welts all aware of the fact that i~ a cigarette, ibis the tobacco that co%this and so itt~ natural for Us to want be h~ar from authorities on the s~b~eot, Now Rob Sherwood is gcin@ to tell us about a man vtho is n~t only ~ tobacco farmer b~t a tobacco buyer on r~an~r~arkbts. Yes, DICI¢~ this rla~ h~8 h~d a~ ~n~s~al sdvantage in this respect. Forw in addition to pais~ng his ol~n tobacco crop for the past 19 ~ears, he has bouquet tobacco all through the Bright and Burley belts - Georgia, l!orth and South Carol~r~, Vlr~inla, Kentucky and Tel~%e~see. Say,~ trails covering a lot of t~rritoryI Yes, and it mea~s he has a t~ly wide k~o%~ledgc of tobacco - ~¢t Just in the district where h~ farms, but in many other tobacco centers as well, No'~ this ~mn~e name is Noel~ - Arthtk~C, Noell; and he has been a Lucky Strlko smoker for 14 years. HOP~ is ~he r~a~on~ in his o'~%v;ords . ~tlot~ - At all these ~arkots in Georgia, ~lorth ~d 8o~th C~olin&, Vireinla~ Kentucky and T~nnossoo~ live see~ L~sky Strike buy th~ sa~le fine ~rad8 of tobacco, And ~ ~11 these m~kot~ i~vc noticed independent buyers like myself s~oklng Lucky S~riko cigarettes. ~Io~v that's Just ao n~tural ~s anythin~ OOU~d be* ~0 SO~ LUOky 8trik@ buy tho host g~ades 9f tobacco, and so wo pick L~okios for our o~ oig~$b~o~, For wotro indepondent~, We @an pick the cigarette tl~at. AT~O~ 019000~
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ANNOI~ICER: (Con$1d) (NO~E: NOSll - is prons~noed - Newell) L¸'~ ,.. • ..~ , .... • ~. • ~. .~ . • ~ ~.~: ~ RT,.N01 019000.5
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I F0,'IELL: AS he grew 1~p~ Bing bsga~ to th~nk ~.or~ about music than (C°nt'd) he did about his studies at hlgh-sohool and oolle~e..0nly ~ his motherts firm hand kept him from leaving the halls of • i learnln~ soonem than be did..F0r when he was still a ~awky youth, he and a ch~ left oolleos and hit the road in search of musical fsme and fortttne...At first, Bing sang with danc~ orchestras in Los Angeles, then came a stint with Paul Whlteman~ a~d finally a successful en~age~lent ~t the Cocoanut Grove in Holl~vood. B~t this run of uck was broken off short, when the~~ that wa~ so ~uch a part of Bing oa~sed him to lose all he ha6 galned., Then, as so oftl~n h~ppen~ when a fellow l~ p:l, actioally eut~ Bin~ fell in love..The Girl v;~ D~xle lee, a st~rl~t in ~,i~tures..F~em the time he me~ Dixie, glng began slowly to settle down and make seslethlng of hi~self..He~ I~h in~ h~m kept hil:l going, Bs Iris ~;other's f~Ith in h~m had gui~ed him through his early y08~'~, ,On borrow0~ money~ Bin~ a~ Dixle~ newlyweds, ~cvcd to "~lelv YO~k,.A chance at a biB rodio contract was Iost through gin~)s ll~O~po~Ibillty, which poppe~ up ones more,,.He Wante~ to quit~ ~id h~ l'!a~ through~ but Dixie~v~e~-~nl~-,have ,~b~that-w~y..Cosxin~, pl~adlug~ sooidln6 when necessary, Dixie kept Bin~ on the ~ftraok..Always he~ faith in him w~s ~nsha~e~ ~nd soon this hsd ~ts offe~t..B~ng ~ot his ~r.lnd o~ s~ceos~, and to~thor they worked to reach it.. ,The~ ~nother oh~nos came along~ and this ti~e Bin~[ was ready fo~ it, .;','ith his first big opportu~Ity in radio, he made good, ~d ioun~ hlms¢if a star ov~r l~IgJ-~t..The rest of th~ story "^'~ all know. ....... ~ ~ ,i¸ - . ~[MOJ 019OOOP
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POWELL: (Cont'6) "YOUR KOLLYWOOD PAF/DE" Bing ~ on ~o~ now~- ono of %h~ busleBt ~ in graph ~sco~di~g ~es~ions ~ mo~t~t and £or~y wcok~ ne~ly all the %ime~..~n ~dditlon he owns e f$~ s~hle of thorou~hbre~s~ pl~ys p~ ~olf~ end has added ~h~ ~ole of ~en~leman-spo~ts~n to hi~ m~n~ othe~o.B~ Wl%h ~l~ ~hls~ ~in~ ~ill h~ plenty of ~me fo~ hi~ fem~ly, and ~he~'~ still "Ju~ the ~nd ~ny oi%y like~ to here in the community.. Drop~in~ in ~o~ • call one d~y, I fe~nd Bin~ play~n~ oo~:boy~ and Indians ~i~h his ~hrcc son~. ~own on all fo~s wit~. ~ ~oop~n~ youngster ~on hi~ a ploturc of a h~ppy f~ily ~ ~as I ~o~ ~ha% family i~ even happi~ f~ sor~e~hlng ~n~ ha~ h~ppened to the C~osb~s -- ~ome~hin~ tha~ ~ive~ me thm111 Ju~% to tell i~ %0 yOu~o.This very d~y ~noth~ CrouPy .i ~ baby ~oy ~- h~s %ake~ UP quarte~'~ in ~he ~p/rs~y ~f the Cro~b~ home.~.Yes~ a fo~h ~o~ Was bo~n ~h~s mornln~, ~nd I ~ow you all want ~o Jo$~ me in sayln~ -- rnCO~ul~- ~ions, Dixie Knd Bin~"°.ovfna~ ~ happ~ fem~.~ ~he Grosby~ ~r~ ~olv, ~nd a~ one ~ m~ hae sald -- A happ~ f~i~ i~ ~u% an earlier for~ Of ~eaven"°.. ~T~01 0190008
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PO~LL: (Cont'd) OROKESTRA~ - i• r~ SO here's to yo~I Bing -- welre glad there are f~milies llke yours in Holl~ood -- families that ares after all, "Just Folks",,, TO %~S~ yol/ 8rid yours, including that little fella, typify "HollywOOd At Its Best.",,,, ~IUSIC UP A~ ~INZ$1{~ (APPLAUSE) RTH01 0190009
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Ii POV.~LLI ~, *.I|O%V I'O~ 8 lOOk at the " ~uest list Of ~, Luoky Stmlkels favorite %~@dnesday n~t@ p~o~am..,Wo ~on8 to ~ r~]~o th&~Is f~rliliG~ tO ~ll of yo~ %'lho Bit by tho dial -- th~ sln~Ing sta~ of the Paoka~d Radio Hour, Lanny Ro~s.,..Lawny h~s long been a ~avo~,~-te along these ai~%';ay~, and tonlte h~ bmi~68 ~-4~ smile and a ~ong ~o YO~ HOII~OO~ Parade,,, ,Ladl~s a~d ~entleile~ a ~m~nd singem ~nd a g~and pe~on -- Lanny Ro~e~ (APPLAUSE) LA~YI Thazks, Diok,,,,that vlas a s,~le!l buil~-up, ~sps~islly coffin5 ~roia 011e sincere to anot:%0~ PO.VE~L: (LAUGHS) Than]~s fo~ the oom~l!~lent~ L~I~.., L2,1~I ,,,%~ Diok~ here l'le al'e -- a oouple of tenor~ on the loos~,,,,Sssms llke sonethlng a'ogD.t, to h~ppon, ' 4P~!.LI Tho1'e~s a sol~ eomlng upm Lr.r-';y -- BUt first herels / telegram %ha~ oan~ for you, , ,Might ~o Im_~?~n ,~ L: m~x. Thanksj DIok, - "~ S~u.,D. (OPENI~TG ENVEL-OPE) ~.J" " LAIT!~: It's from the boys'on my ~rogram, '~Valte~ OIKe~fo and Cha~lie Buttemvto~th, It says ~Ool%g~tu!ations on yOU~' guest .appearance,, ~ ,Luoky St~i!:e l~l:~s ~o~% Llaol:~' Strike ~vants you, Lucky Stpike o~n bav~ MOUI"...~{rQ%.n~, nio~ b%hqch of boys ~ ...................... Cu~,'- $ ' '~' " }O'Y~LLI NIo~ b~,d* u~' Jwk~ t'~il~ ~r ho'~ .abOUt meetlr~g 8m:io of our gang he~e? G~eatl i iI,i"-'~"f~ll , , RTKOl 0190011
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iIi PO~mLL: HOPEI PO!TELL I !KOPE I LAi~!PI I HOPE~ LAi;:IZ: HOP2: POI~LL I i~ HOPE~ PO~]~LLt DiETRXCH s P 3~'i~LI. : DIETRICH I HOPE~ DIETRICH~ HOPEI DIETRICH: ~ HOPE: • DIETRIOH I I, L~I,~ - ~1, ,, (CALLS) Oh Bobl Come hsre a mlnube, will ~ou?...LaD/%yt this is Bob Hope, the oordedlan...+and what a oomedlan. • Now Dickt you1~ ~st saying that] Oh no Ilm not. Oh yes you are Di~k. (REP-~AT) Sorry to break thi~ up, but - Hollo, ~ob. A SaY thorel ~ a girl ho~ tonite you should meet. Lanny -- shels a~ old pal of ~Ine. .~Jnmels Dlet~ioh. Marlen~ Di~i~h? Yeah....she and I a~o V~y olose..~Ov~ a% Pa~mount my d~essing ~oom i~ ~Ight ov~' he~s. I dldnlt know ~on Wo~ ~ f~i~nd of ~!a~lenels, Bob...Letls have l~e~ ov~ to mee~ L~D2%y....(OALLS) Oh ~h~l~neI... Wait a ii~in to~ ~!%atls not for Diet~ioA -- let r~e, oall!h~. (CALLS}~ Oh, honeyl (A PPL:~U~E) }~Is~ Die$2i~h, this is Lanny Eoss. Ho',i do ~ou do. How ~.o yot% do. )~ Al%d he~Is an old f~i~nd of ~-ou~'8, Bob H~po. studio a~d ev~'ythlng.. , . ! Was in ~ITh6 Big B~oad~ast", , • , VJs~n~t ~ot~ a eomodian In that pictu~e? My. my how the word is getting around~ Wer~n,t ~ou the one ~lho said all the funny things? RTHO? 0190012
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LA2[i~£ t HO?E; .......... i' .... ,~ .... (~}m |~FYSI0}I) 8~Tono l~ It(A) . , . • PK~O HOPEs Yes, th~tls right, D~TRICHI Well, I didnit thil~ you Were so hot} HOPEI See you later, ~. ~4 P0~ELLt (LAUGHS) 01d fPionds, oh Bob? Nieo going, ~rlone, LAI~.~~/. (LAUGHS) Kiss Disbrloh, Moult0 up on o~r American slang, a~enlt you? DIE'/'RICHZ Oh, but Itm not.+,,itss J~st that I hea~ them say that at the studio,,,,~ny I donIt evszl ~ow what it z~ans. . LA]~Y: llz;l sorry.+..Aftor ~iis it gave U~ a l~A~ip ~d I suppose I shouldnl£ look a gift horse in the r.ollth. DiE~RICI[s Are you calling ~e ~ ho~se? LA]~IYI Oh nol }TO, of" course zotl HOPE~ Keep puuching, Lanny. (I~UGHS) I~A]i~Y: It)o J~lSt -- I ~as talking about a .~f~t horsel .~ I]IEYHIC}[: Ohs someone gav~ yo~ a hor~e fez, Christmas. DIE'2RiSH~ Then where ~Id ~o~ get the ho~)se? PO?,q~LL~ ~ Marloho~ he ~idnlt sa~ ~'oao gave him a homse, D~RICH: Wolf, he said he was going to look in his ;~ou~h, PO~ELL~ No, Ma~, -- H6 said he shouldn)t look a gift horse in the mouth) DIETRIC]i: %~hy aho~,Idnlt ~--. is Something the i~atto~ vlith it? LAIT!~: Nol I -- well, it was Just a lot oI~ talk about the horse, DIEZI~!CHt I donlt vtonder there l'ms talk about it .- with you constantly looking in his mouthl ~c~ Look~ Ma~lene -- it's Just a hO~SO Oxp~ossionJ (PAUSE) Yes - I can see ~hst,,Dut *~mke-up will help you a ~T~O? 0?90013
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...... ~ .............. I~.. 1~,4v~v,-I u~d,v ~ ~ ~i Page 4 HOPE: I didntt say I had a face llke a ho~ssJ DIETRIOHI Oh, didnlt you? HOPEZ Talcs It, croonevs~ DIETRIOHI Oh, then he has got a horsel POVIELLI No, he hasnttl DIETRIOH: Then whab did h~ do ',;ith the horse he got foi, Christmas? LAI~Y: Miss Dietrich, I tell y~u I haVenlt got a hor~e. LANI~YI NOI DIETRICH: Then he must be aro~ng Bomoplaoe...After all~ ib isnlt easy to lose a hor~e,~maybe hei~ hldln~, LAN~D/~ Why should he be hiding? DIETR=CH: You probably broke his spirit, st~rinc in his mouth all the timel IAH.~E. Dick - pleasel ~C~LLI Marlene -~ Look..LetI S go back to where this all s~a~ted. fanny said you shouldnlt look a gift hor~¢ in the mouth, DiEI}IICHI Of eou~so not. DiEYRICHI How could I - I havenJt ~ot a horse. AILt WAlT A ~IINUTE] i~!~i~: Now Hiss D!etrloh, please let ~o expla$~ V~nat I s~id was a proverb, and natur~lly you1~e no$ fa~ilie~ with those old A~ sayings.... Tha~' S %vhere all the confusion st~ted... Itls J~t a~ old~ayln~, thatl~ all~.. DIEYRICHI Oh, now I understand...l~m ~ebribly sorry, M~. ROSes Thatls quite all ri~t....and if I mmy~ I'd like to dedicate ~V song to you .... L Rl-H01 0190014
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That would bo lovel~r~,,~D~ ~fou ~ow "Ei~em gesoho~%e~ ~aul schaut ~mn ~L~h~ ir~s ~ul." I donf~ beliove I do.,,,%~ua~ doos t~t ~.o~n? Itv~ an old Gor~an s~'lng -- "Donl% Look a OSft Ho~s~ In P01~LL ~ HO~ ~ Lann.vl (APPLAUSE) ~ 0R0h~STRAI "~ DO I LOVE YOU"...HIT IN~I~Q AND FADE IFORI from Show BO~% - Ii~f Do I Love ~o~", OR0~STK~ & ROSS "1'~ DO I LOVE Y0~]" ATe01 0190075
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"YOUR HOLLk~7OOD PAF~DE" PO~EL%I Thanks, Bob...Now hotels a little dope on ho~z a song-hlt i~ I i bomn, or ~t least, how the latest hit got up thePe amenS '! the leadex's...Dolvn on the lowop East Side ~n New ~ork, thorols a l~ttl@ Yiddish Art fh~atre, Xf~PO# inoldont~ll~, ot'r o'-/n p~.ul ~unl Sot his Stamt..~hoy s0eln to b~ pretty seed at st~rtln~ thi~ss ~own thez.o, bsoause a fe'J yoaps aSo, when tho~ produced a musleal OO~eD~, t~.o~ startOd something in & musical %~ay with a plalntl.vo, mlno~' ~amont iD sluing- time oallod aBEI MIR BIST DU SOHOE:!If . . ORCHESTRA: T£TLE PH~A= SE_...VAMP..~ POV~ELLI A little l~tep on, a tea~ of ni,~ht-clt%b o[~ts~talnors piokod up the t~.n~, ~n~ intpod~ed it to after-~,e&tr.~ ~tp~n~ Bvs ,C~D O~CH: flTLE PH}~%SE 111 , c- ~ "~, ~, ?S~?L- ~ fhon the swlng-d~nSs ~OS hold of this ca~i":F tune, and pPetty soon the Dand~ wer~ ~ar~ning it in th~ 5~d St. PO%~l~ ~ Suet ]ately, ~t ~it ~adlo with ~ bang, ~%d i~Is beoome z~- : :, /e..t( £ 5UC ?." S~VE!; ~D :~JH~S%~.: "BZI MIE BIST DU SCHOE~.._.TM IAPPLLUSB) ................. ,L .Z. I [II I ", .... , RI";KO 1 0190017"
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A}H]OUNCER i ORCHESTRA s ORC.~ESTP~; AI;I~OUNCRR~ "YOUR BOLL~'tOOD PARADE" (OVER APPLAUSE) YO~ Hollywood Raw,de eontln~$s in Just 8 ~omGnt, "LUCKY DAY" ~* 8TATIOR BREAK "LUOKY DAY" UP, "A}~ FINISH Raok to your Hollywood Parado, ital~rln6 D~ok Powell... with Rosemary Lanej the LuOky $~go~8,~bho L~oR~ ~evenj ~ and our guest5 Of She e~en~n8 -- Bob HoReJ Lanny Rosss and tho gla~oro~8 sta~ Qf the s0~onp ~a~len~ D~let~1ohl I L ..... L~ ~1"~01 0190018
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Than~ you for the rhythm, fallaB ... NOW. having had a looE at Hollywood from the News 81~[e - ~d the mheart, s~de. 1Bile t~e ~ slan~ at th~s blg llttlo towllIs fun slds ... In all of Hollywood ~here is only one who knows the stars backwal~ds ,., oau~e thmtls the way he usu~lly sees them ... BO~ No~eJ (APPLAUSE) FII ~o 1 0190019
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BOB: DIOK: BOB: ~''r--~ YOUR NOLLII~OD PAI~DE (~oo~o i~) ~l- January 5, Ig38 THANK NOT3 DIOE --- PARDON ;~E, ~RLENE. BOB, I ~I~DE.~gSTAI{D YOU ATTENDED THE '~OtrRNA~'NT OF NOSES, AI~D THI~ HOSE BOWL G'A~ IN PASADENA ON NEW YEA~$ DA'~, I'~AH~ I REALLY ENJOYED THAT '/0URNA~EN~ OF ROSES AND TJL~T ~OSE BOWL C~A~.~,, ~L%DE ME VENY IIAI~PY,...OF ~OURSE I ]lADE FIFTy DOLLARS ON THE GA~,~....I~D OF I',~.DN ~40EE ONLY I ~,N OIr~ OF ~ICr~ I>~3S,...THII pARADE WAS i~EALL~ BEA~"IqFUL. I ~O01c. 17/ FLO?~r~. !'QIEN SI~; ~ALI~D ~3SED THE Jlq~ESi STALIN ~Y GAVE HEr: SEOOND PII, IZE I,'0~{ THE FLOATS - WHAT A ~EO'~,~ - I PAID I:DEVEN DOLLAN$ ~0 NIT ON 'I~HE SEGONI) BAL00N'/ OF Al~ AWNII]O -- FOR 'i~O DOLLARS MOEE ~ GOULD OF SEFJ~ T~ PAIblDE. IT YIA$ SO CROWDED I TURNED ~IY .~vSAN AND A GIEL .~ TIL~ N~T . i~o/'l SLAPPI;D ~IY FAOE FO~ ~2RYIII~ TO KI~S ~{~ ..... T~ ~L TH~L~E ~.i~ AHEAD, A|ID I V/INKED AT I£EI~. T~ZE GU~/ IIDXT TO ~:~ SAID, Q~IT SNOVItIG....AFTER THE PAEADE I trALV~D TI[REE BLOCKS NEI,'O[tE I y011~ID ON'2 1%VAS ~[DI~IG S02IE GOT PIGGy-2410E....I APOLOGIZ~D AND ~iD 1,5x}I SAID, DONtT %~ORRY AB0bT ~,~, THIN~{ OF TH~ P00?~ G~ ItH NIDIi{0....AND T}~ TRAFFIC AT THE GA~ ~IAS ';iO~IDD.~PUL....I GOT THERE LATE ;~I~D I HAD TO RENT A [IOOH UNTIL I FOUND A PL~ICE T0 PAR~(....DV2 T}~ GA!5~ VA$ ~.~0RTII IT, EXOEPT NEXT NSAR IF ALAN,.HA PI~YS TNLyI~$ GOIHG TO PUT A HA/~DIZ 0]I T}~ 5V~I,L. I WAS SITTING IN T}LE EXCITED HE PUSHED ].IC J~ND I ~ELL ON T~£~ FLOOR BUT I K~I!~W CALIFORNIA WAS WINNIN£~ BE0i~USE }~ E~IT JU~FIHG UP #tIN DO%~I 014 l?i F~OE. (NDHE) ~r~O~ 0190020
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BOB: (oontlnued) BIIT %~q'Lf+T I REALDT ENJO~ yIAS THE RIDE PJ~OK FROM PASADENA AFTER THE GAME+ I FOUND A NL%Y ROAD....WONDEBPUL.. ,I JUST SOT BACK YESTERDAY, TI~+Y HANDLED THE T~'J~IO NIOE....I GOT ~L TICKET FOE GOING EIG~'T MIL~S AN HOOI~...,O~ OGURSE I MIES OR ~i~E SID~A~ ~.T THE TI~E, TI~PA~E NA~ S0~ ~{O~N DRIVING IN BACK OF ME. •, ~EVERY TI~ B~ WAN~ED TO STOP FAST SI[EID USE ~ CAR FOR ~HE BRAKES. ~-4~ I RAN OUT ON GAS BVI' THAT DIDNtT BOTHER }IE, I PUT EY OAR IN NEUI~RAL. I FINALLY pOq~LED I~I ONE 0F THOSE 0ALIFORNIA GAS STATIONS THAT SPECL~LIZES IN SERVICE n yOl; El~011 ONE ON T~I)$E ~'LAOE~ XO~ D~I~E l+.I ~0~ FIV~ GA~LONO O~ ~A~ A~D T}~Y TA~ OUT y0UE APPEI~DZR. I NO MORE T~£~N HAD THE FRONT I'41~]~ELS ON TI~ 0~B ~;fiIEN FIVE ATTEI~DANTS 8~.+~ARG UP OUT OF THR GNODI~D. ORE OF THEM GRABBED THE RADIATO~ CAP, ANOTEER ONE THE GAS TANK, TEE THIRD ONE LOOKED AT TI~ TIRES--THE FOV.~T!I ORE OF~I~+D ~I~Z MOTOR A~D THE TIFTH OIIE DOVE IN.., ,T~ WAY T}B~ OAR Hi~S NOW Z TRII~{ THE~ LE~T Hlil THLR~. ONE OF T~/~il N~NALLY CA~ OV~ WIT~{ A P~G BUT LUOK~L~" I HAD THE WINDSHIELD DOWN, ~HAT DIDN'T STOP H~gl. Jg~ WENT TO ~IORE ON 19/ RYE GLASSES+ Lq~FORTU~ATELY i YA!~N~D AND THE ~IR~T TDII~G I ~L~ ~HE~ T~I~D O+JT I.'Obq4 TD~T.~, I DIDRIT III~D THAT SO !~JC~ B~T ~'~}U/N THEY STARTED TO GIVE ~ A ~rD PAOK I BAD ENOUGH, I ~IID "LISTEN B~Y II~ IN A HURRy GIVE ~E FIVE GALLONS OF GAS:+, HE SAID I~M SGR}%Y }~ISTER ~?E DONIT SELL GAS NE[+~E" AND ~S ~[ D~OVE OL'T RE GA~ ~ FIFT~[ DOLLARS. IT WAS BAN'/ NIT~. T}IANK YOG A~D GOODNIT~ DXOK ~T~01 0~90023
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~ZO06~O ~O~.t~ :HY"II • i ~t~V~ (XOOi~ririOl{ ~ION*I
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"Your Hoiiy~vood Parade" ~nuar~ 5, 19~B . ~en~ 17 !, Ib $ HER!'IOOD 1 pO~'~LL : PO%I~LL : SHEkWOOD : Say~ Diok. What is it, Bob? I havenlt said anything here for quiSe a while .... DO you ~lud if I shy a few wordB about. Luoky Strlkes? Not at 611 Bob - tho m~k~ is ~eo~r~ Ilany of you in o~ir n~tlonwlde a~d!ences nmy wonder' ~vh~ ~ve ~o often ask wsll-known s~nge~s who ~pne~r on ou~ pro~r~n t~ s~y wb~, ~hey smoke Luokles. Her~ts th8 ~e~so~: l~at~r~i~v ~ s!~eres volos ~s all i~p0~t&nt to h!~ His Job ~t~ts ~ he~qv~, s~in On h~s t~o~t, ".'a!:~ Lazr.7 Ro~s~ for lli~ st~noe0 ~ho told ~to~ ~ l~t$1~ ~'lhile ~go ~h~t i~¢- hea~sal~ for his hour pro~r~ t~k~ forty f~l ho~rs o~t Of ov~q ~!~ek. Nov¢ s~r~ly if Luok~s never bother ~n~r Ro~sSs ~hros~ eve~ tunder s~ch a ~trai~, th~yell be ]'~d ~o ~our throntj too. You ssej the Lucky 8t.~il~ ~roc~s~ "~tts To~d" ex- pels~ harsh ~ritants naturally p~senb i~ el~ to- ba~oo...ev~n th~ ~ f~ne~B. .~'h~s~ Irr~%ants ~re out - al~d t~2.tls !'¢h~ Luckles ne~e~ botho~ Fou~ ~&~ORCHESTF@.: LUCk"/ ]DAY ~A@. ATe01 0190025
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rryo~q~ HOIL~','OCD PAI~AD~" PO" DII: (~TD E~VIgION) Soene IB Arid no~7 foT the ~le¢~ de ~e~i~banccs th~ bi~ o~ents the real hlghl~ght cf o~r Parade tonight -- Hi~s ~arle~e Dietrich, Yo~ ~ovt~ the ~a.v this all c~me ~oub t~a% ~arlen~ i~ ~tith ~s tonlgh~ is a littl~ %L~usual, A ~ouplo of ~eeks ago, after tho ~how, I wend ~e~n to Palm Spacings, rlher~ the movie people Eo for tha% ~i~-%~ber 8'/n t~ ~,, ~opp~ng ~nto th~ Racquet Club to ~e~ ~f I could s~a~ up p~r~ne~ for ~o[d~ t~nnls~ i ~avt N~i~D.~ ~st f~nlsh~ng a set "~th S~!one ~imon,i,, ~e go% ta~king, and ~arlen~ ~edd ~o~ nice tb!n~ ab~t ~i-~, !~oky ~tr~h~Is favor!to ~ed- jo~n tho ~.~d~ th~s ~n~k ,,° Tho net resu~.t be!.n~that t~l ~ou that sh~ is ,~,, A3so ~ith ~s to ~i~t in the offe-~in~ cf a dramatic Int~.~]u~ is Goo~'ge .D~'~nt, ~ho ~ t~L'~ng ti~ off fro~¸ his v:or1~ over o~ Sta~o I~ /n~r~ h9 ~n~. ~t~ D~vi8 are ~king tho pictta.e "JezeL-o!~' . ~rlene Dietrich an£~ (~eorge ~r~nb appea~' tonight in a~ ori~!n~! dra~ati~atlon for th~ ai~ -- "Le~Is ~- A~aln by D;~'-~t .~vlo~ -~ ][~.~ Pletrloh play~ the ~r~ o~ a beautlfu~ ~'~un~ F~enah ou~ ~ta~e i~ ~et -- SO up ~Ith th~ cu~taln| tt t ~ - ...~.~ , iiml RT"M01 0190026
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&0DIJ__~D: • uSIC, EL, 0P. BRE~IT : EL, OP,: EL, 0P°: EL, C£*: BRENT : EL. OP.: --L. OP.: BRE~T : EL, OP,: BRENT: SOUND; XUSIC: SOUND: I~USIC: Some romantic ~enoh melody on the order of 1SLovens last lqorld i~ spoken.11 ~*e ~¢ene - t~ top o~ the ~iff~ ~o~e~ in Pa~is. The tlmo - Jus~ befo~'e midnight. A oanopy of sta~s tw~nkl£n~ in the sky above se~m to B~nal ~he liDhts Of the ~It~ belo~ It is ooi~ up h~re - and very st~11. ~h~ doo~ o~ tho e~evator open~ and a man in eve~In~ ~othe~ ~te~8 o~t onto the e4~ plat£orm, ~OU~!D OF ELEVATOR DOCR~ OPE~iII~G Fad~ Thanks. (SOg~D OF CLII~K QF ~,~¢I;L~") Thank ~2~, ~Ione~eum. ~on~fui vis~, isn't it? T~tr~ what they say, !~o~leur. ~ou a~'~ A~ericano Yes. Ye~ i a~ - iIon~le1~ would llk~ a b~Ide? i[o - no t!~a~8 .. I k~ov~¸ ~i~er~ ~m ~¢!~o pardon, l,lon~i~r? I said IIll b~ &ll ri~ht~ t~:.~$~ i j~s~ wang to take a look at the heavens° (PAUSe) HO~: Aigh i~ thi~ To',~er? Twelv~ hundred feet~ ~onsle'~/~, Phe~'~i - high enough - I ~hink ~iI u~t "'i stroll around the oth~ ~Ide, I,Ion~leur ~an ~t a beautiful vie~i o~ the ¢~hed~al f~om there, Yes, thanks. (WALKS AI~AY) ELEVATOR DOOD OLOSING OR~I ~L .~JS~O S ~LLS UP ~ ~ ~. ~ SHOH~ T~i~ LAPSE • o IS STOPPED BY ~P~ SO~D OF ~ ~LCVATOR DOOR OP~NIiIG. ELEVATOR DOOR OP~N~IG Hb~RY ~IU~IO BEGINS AND CO~;TII~'U~S ~h~OUGHI D~ETRIOH: ~ are he~, ° ° D~ETRYCH: ~le ere ~a high a~ we can go? ATH01 019002?
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EL, CP, : DETRICH: SOUND: EL. OP, : D ~TR ICH : EL. OP, : DIETEICH: EL, OP. : SOU~;___DD : :USIO: ERS~IT: D ~TR ICH : D~TRICH: BRZ~:T: D~/RICH~ DLET~ICH ~ $0 U ,':____DDD : D~ I¢ . BRAIIT : D ]I:TRIC[] : 5~3ET: D X--;~ R IC}; ~9~T~ICH: B~NT: yo~ • . . I SOEI~ ~8 - pa:;e Z. Yesj m~l]l r ~ell0, Here -- CL~!K OF 1:0115%[ Th~nk you, mada~ol~8118. Take it all -- All, mada~ol.elle ? Yes -- all .. i,'hy l%ot? ~1~nl: .You, mada~,lolsell~, l:a~Inois~lle tag ~t a beautiful view of the Cathedral frozl the other ~i~e, ELEVATOR DOOR OLOSIIO. 19 ; .. (Softly) Paris -. you bea,ltiful~ Paris -- ~ot~ cheat! S.,ELL~¢, UP AI!D STOPS ABEUP2LY (OFF) (CALLING Ill ALARM) ~eyl W~It a zllnute,~ Co~o here~ L~t - So - of - r,y - aE~,l Get awsy .. PL~SII! SOUND OF BRIEF STRUGGLE (AS S?~ IS OBVIOUSLY PULL'DD TO SAPETY) T~hatI~ bettor .. Ii:a Ver~" so~r~ . . . ~J~ kr.az'. . . whir, I saw you step U~ Yes . * ~ ' F~ , , ~'f:~t yoc v:ore 504~J ver~" foolish . . . Well, ~o . , , hu'.; , . q I ¢&zl~ up to do the sable ti:il~ Ta Mill .%'o~s~ifl I don't count - }'OU ~e~ I have ~o~hln~ to llve for, , . but I be3 ~o~ not to dalaage yo~ . • yo,/~ro bo&utlful now . . . a I~00 foot d~op v:o%lld, , w~ll . . 81"ROl 0180028
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r DIEtRiCH: DIETRICH: BRENT: DIE?RICH: DIETRICH: BREIT : DIETEICH: BRZlT : DI-~TE!CH: BREYT: DIETRICH: DIETRICH: BP~-T D~ETE!CH: BP~?T: DIETRICH: BREI~: Boone 18 A Page 4* ~Ionsleum~ if you will lot go of ~kv arm , ," , De kind enough to go ba~k to you~ side of the Tower ,' • ~ will remain hCre on zllne 4 , we oan ~o on with , , o~ work~ But wait a mlnute & ~ , you are a little oold-bloogod shoat this, a~nlt yo%x? • • , Could ~ou ~eal~y ~end me off around thO?~ - to ~m~ ~Belf off~ Why not? , * '~ I~ve neVo~ SOOn ~OU before - a~d lhn going to do the same thing , • , But I , , , oo~l~n~t l~t you do it , , , lien love to try and ro~c~e someone~ don~t they? And women love to be saved, ~Islo~ll~ * , ", We're vla~tln~ tlme~ Have you by chalice a s~e~lal appointment with death? K~ve we any real bumpy? Eeally? must be sure to m~ke the mo~nlng pape.~s, But ~';hy ? I ~:ant to spoil hl8 b~eakfast, Ah| a i~n~ The blackguard - v;ho is he? Ke is not a blackguard ..... ~. net ~:m~f]y, The~ you love h~-ra? i,~o~ ! bate him~ Th~n~ if ~ou ~cn~t love hlm~ wh~ ~o to all t~is t~oub].e to ~ake a*i Impression on hi~., If he doesn't love you~ the only i~presslon you ~a~ make ~- would be on the pavement -- dovm there, L~ J o~le hods; look| You~e not making it ~qy sasi~r~ ~o~siet~v* Look at t~t poor pollcom~n do~ th~:~e, Suppose ~OU fell on hln'. and hs ~d a wife and three ehildr~n, I dorJt knew . Just b~fOre youlme going to die yo~ ~an think of anythlng~ can ~t you? ~o's, What a~ you tblnkt*~ mo~? ~ r;WO I O~ 90029
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BRE~T : D!L~FtlCH : BR E!~T : DIETRICH: BR~ZT: D!~K!CH: BL~NT: DIEgRIC~: DIEYR!CiI: DIL~21CH: ~XT~TT: DI~TZTCH: B~LZT: DIL~XICH: DIETRICH: BEL'T: BK~T: DI~TXICH: B~EZ!T: DIEZ~IOH: BR~T: DIETRI¢II: Soono 18 - ~o 8, I Uas thinking I • . wouldnlt it bs bonutlf~l if ~o could Yos. ~to that lovoly bl~o nlSt~ P'A~-~[' Yos, it ~s boautiful, isnlt it? But ~o shall both bo tho~o ~oon~ ~onlt ~o~ If welvo boon vo~V ~ood, ~ ~2 ~^0!: n? Vcu - h~ve ~ou. always been v~ good? ~IVe tDiOd tO h~g # • • dcnlt look a~ no liko that , ., lot ~0 go, NO . ~lot fo~ a No~!0~t# ~ait - IIvo got &n i~c~, 2bl~ too IgbO fo~ ~d~, HOrO . ~et tip hO~, Oh~ yo~. S~0~dy - wo~ll both ~ ~'~ toguthcr. Donlt fall, Hold ~o thon. This is vsr~ dangerous. ~z%O~e ~oes ~OUD ha~, VCIo taros . itfll ~o ~!o ~$~, "Z~%~t ax'o you rJoi~t~? Olvo it to ~O, %oulve th~ovn%;jty h~t a~ry..~* Tf II~ ~oing to JU~ ~ilth~ub a hat, "chi~ sh~ul¢~.Ib you? This is foolish, I toZd y¢~ ~¢u ~ere doing z~:~thin3 fcollsh ~vho~ ~ou, 011:'~0~ o!.to bhc parep~t. Ib We~ z~' £avo~ite hat. You aro b$&~ti~h~l without i~. Th@ ni~dls blouin~ ~ou~ hal? ~bout your face, Yf you could soe yoursOlfo J~st thlnl~ Will you stop f~i~tonin~ luO? ~f wol~ soln~to ~ump . ~n~ £~TH01 01'90030
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DIETRIOE : BEE';T ; DAEThIG}[ : BEE.~"@ : DIETRICH: BRENT : DIETRICH: =RE]~i : D!ETHICK: 3RE~ : DIETRICH : 5~EI[T : D~TRICE: BREUT : DISIHICH : BRENT : DIETRICH: _=RE~;T : DIETEICH: SRE!~T : DIETRICH: ZEE!!T: .... DIETRICH: BRENT: DIETRICH: 50UND: Bosne 18 - Page 6, All ri&ht~ Give Me you~ h&nd . ~oodb~e made~o~s~lle, Arc you re~dy? (COUI;TING SY~?LY) One for the money -- Tyro for ~ne show -- Three to get ready -- Walt a minute (a deo~ breath) live thoughbof s omethln~, Make it quick .... Don't yo~ re~li~ when th~ st~ee~ ¢l~a~e~ ~Ind us In th~ mornil~ wo'il app~s~ to be tv:o love~3 ~ho died i~ ~ulolde uact? That is v~ry t~uo -- 'iff.~ ~ot? Throgmcrton, s~ wh~ yo~ ~le~n, ~r! f~r~t~en. Al!oe~ too. She wouldnlt ~Ike it, olther~ Alice? Ye~, Alice. ~ ~et !~¢~ cn ~ bo~t - ~2~o i~ C~stav? I met hi~ en a ~at~. -- i~ th~ d~nin~ oar° Dining ~ - - - hasnrt tht~ ~!r ~a~e yo~ a little hungry? ~o~ th!~sby? NOl A ~la~ of wln~ to celebrate a~ ocoaslo~ like this? A d~!r?~ to d~ath? F~rhaps we should. I know w~ should, Yo~tr~ ~i~ir~, l~ must be the air he~e~ I feel happle~, I~ canlt be me? I donlt krm~. Itls something, SOUI~D OF ~LEVATO~. R]-~O I 0190031
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1 ~J ' BRENT : SOUND: ~OE~ 18 - Paoe V, Herels the elevator nov;. -- SOUND OF SELLS COMI~NOINO TO STRIKE 60fCLOCK SOFTLY. BREYT: Itls StrlkinS six - we should be dead by now. DIHTRIOH: Yes, we should be - - BRENT: And instead we will be in ~,Mxim's frith a nice cold - - . DIETRICH: Not ~axtmls -- llm not dressed For Haxlmls. I have no hat* ~RENT: YOU dents need o~e. Alice didnlt ~7~a~hatm £~i~, DIETRICH: You will please not ment!on Al~cei BRENT: Then you can Forget Gustav and if you find you donlt llke me you can always co~e back here. SOUND: ELEVATOR DOORS OPENING. HLE. ~L%N:~B~auttful ~4~. Eonsleur. BeautifulI ~s ~ight. AS ELEVATOR, / RI'H01 0190032
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(~,~D REVISION] Sosne 19 "YOUR HOLL~5"IOOD PARADE" Thank yout -M~p not o~ly fo~ yo~r gPand pe~fo~r~g~r~o~ J~st now~ but also for the way yo~ Joi~e~ i~ th~ ~t~ with the ~ang here tonight,, .T~"~rI:S to yo~, tOO OeoPge - from whepo I sit it looks like th~.t Die$~ioh-B~ent oombi~tion is so!nothlng fo~ r,ovie-~keps to thit~k sbout, ,Dub nov, bofo:,e Luoky Stmike, * L ~TKO~ 0'190033
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8~ne lS~ Page ~ • yODR ~OLLY~VOOD PARADE January 5t 1938 NoW time youVre buyiu~ oigarettes, remembo~ She op~nioB of the men who know tobacco bQst, o*~ho iBd~pe~don~ toba6co oxpe~ts, ~IB~e 8xports k~Ow ~lho b~y$ what tobace~ aBd So what ~h~ smoke of their o','~., choico Is of importanco to every smoke~, Thei_._~ verdict i~ Luckle~ 2 to I, (PAUSE) 8o whon you hear the ~ha~t ~f the tobaoco auotlo~eer - remcmbor,°°wlth indopendent ~xportS, o,wlth men who know tobaoco host ,,,, itls Luck~s two to l, b F~]~O ~ 0"~ 90034
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POT~LLt (2:~ REVISION) "YOUR HO[L~IOOD PARADE" CAST Aim ORCHESTRA: Scenes ~0 & ~I Duly app~eolatedp Bob...And now for that ~elc -- The Lucky $in~e~$s The I~oky ~evon~ and Leo Forbsteln and the L~cky ~t~Ik~ Orchestra o~~ "~ ~^~.~ ~3~ ~hat old favorite -- "A!L GOD'~ OHILLU~ GOT ~YTIIM"o "ALL GODtS CHILMJN GOT RHYTHM". (AFPLAURE) ORCHESTRa: POVJ~LL; "ALL GODI$ CH!LLUN GOT RHYI~IM'I. .. REPRISE...FADE FOR: '~ellj that sort Of pu~s an~%h~ iiollywood Par~d~ away among the souveni~s.°.B~t if you 11 be~t your dla~ a week come toni~htj weJll b~ back w~h another batch of Holly~ioed Highlights for 7c~, Mr. Lucky S~Iks is playing host to on~ ~,f ~llT~od'~ most beautiful l~di~s a~d ~c~om~lished ~ot~e~s~ .-. Madeli20 Car~l~ ~n~ Bob Hope ~s 8chedul~d to ~÷!i u8 more about th~ fun-s~de of Hollywood. Then the ~_~ ~uard will be wa~t\n~ -. Rosemary Lane~ I~dley Ch~:~b~r$ and the L~oky S!n~ers, the lucky Sevon~ Leo Fo~h~t~in anu the Lucky 8trtks Oreh~st~a~ and wo~]l ~ake ~n~thor trip behind the ~cene~ of ~iovlotow~,,,, Look ~or ~ ~ill-yo~? ~t f~P ~ow~ Itrs goo~ni~h$ ganC, ~oo~i@~t everybody - and ~ood Lucklesl ~SIC UP AUI FINISH. (APPLAUSE) ~]'~0 ~ 0190035
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CHERUB AND ORCHESTRA: S~ene ~, "YOUR ~OIL~J'¢'OD PAEAL~" Lucky Strike wishes to thank Warner Brothers Studios fom their cooperation in presenting l'Your }~llywooO Psrade". "LUCKY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN, (APPLAUSE) ANNOUNCER: This is the National E~oadcastlnS Company,s., P RTK01 0190036
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C i. AUCT ION~$ER ~. BAPPY DAYS (CAUSE ~" BAby SA¥£ 3, PO!JI!LL (ITIS SO 4, O.~CHE$TRA (LADY IS A TIL~2~I 5. CORTEZ - }lOPE S, CHORUS (W?~I[ DAY IS DO~) 7. COI.~IERCIAI, Oe HOLLk%IOOD HOTEL IIEDLEY D. CA}hROLL (DRamATIC) i0, CAEROLI, (T~$TI}IONIAL) ll. STATIOH BI{E~ ~VD .~, 0RCY;]ST}IA & LUCIO: V (WHITE "YOUR HOLEYY'fOOD PA~:ADE'* JA~FJARY i~, 19~8 ROUTIICE 8~ET Ii15 ~t,18 5~o5 • ~lO0 8~05 31EO 1lIE5 ~lO,~ 14180 510E 19~0 ~OIOO 29130 l l4O ElllO 15,5 ~,I05 gl~5 ~61~0 (~ .~) ]3, BE}iIJ5 TZE~ SOE~rES (PROPS) 510C 39!40 !%, ?O'~LL (HIZAVEN 0}[ EARTH) ~IEO 431JC i~. CO!~IERCIAL 1lIE 44110 16, LA},'E (~,~E TRUE 3=50 HE:CO =_ 17. !!OB HOpE 6:0C 54100 18. C0:K!EKCIAL 19. PII~AI~3 (ROSALIE) 20. CLOEI~h'} AENOU:<OEI.IENT ~i. }!A~PY DAYS THEME & S~GN OF] 1SO 8~150 B:05 56155 llC~ 88100 ~4C ~8=40 R1"~01 0190037
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• - .... ,r ANNOUNOER ; { "~ "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" Sos, , l (FROM NEW YORK) Listen $o She Shahs of the tobaoco auotloneer I AUOTIONEER: (FADE IN CHANT).., .FIRST SALE,.. ,SOLE J~MERIOAN SE00ND SALE,. ,SOLE AMERICAN THIRD SALE,.., (Endlng wlthl All done .- SOLD TO TB2 RMERIOAN TOBAOC0 COMPANY AMNODZ~OERI (FROM NEW YORK) RaSuralty, the independent Sobaooo experts - like the auotioneer you Just hoard -- kno~v who buys what Sobacco, With these experts - "wiSh men vlho know tobaooo best" -- isis L~ok~es ~ to l"[ (OUR TO SWITCH: "with men who k~ow tobacoo best" -- itI~ Luoki6s R to i] 81"H01 0190038
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'~ RIGGS| Because hels got te sell at auotlen te buyers representing all the cigarette oompanles and hats got to be absolutely fair and square. ~" ANN: I see ... (BLIGHT PAUSE) Well, then, slnae you de sell te all cigarette companies, therels one more question lld llke te ask ..° Now do tobacco experts go about pleklng a cigarette~ ~eZe, L~-J RIGGS: Well, they naturally look for tobacco quality since itls their business to know tobacco. NY ANNI What kind of tobacco goes into Luekles? RIGGS: Well ... (CHUCKLES) ,.. I1ve been smoklns Lucky Strikes for S years now - ever since I was an auctioneeD, And ~ost el the tobacco ~en I know smoke L11ekies, too.. I reckon that ought to answer you~ question. (S~,VITCH TO LOS ANGELES) ANNOUI~CER: Yes, most independent tobacco experts do smoke Luekies - just as Mr. Riggs said. And this is verified by sworn records which show that among independent tobacco experts Lueklos have over twice as many exoluslve sluokers as have all the othe~ cigarettes cow,blued. These experts are auetlonoers like lit. Riggs, ~'~arehousemon, and independent buyers - all of thei~ men who knew tobacco - and all of them men who are not connected with Lucky Strike o~ any other cigarette company, Next time you buy cigarettes, ask for Lucky Strike. For the chant of the tobacco auetlonee~ is you~ ~emlnde~.o,wlth men who knew tobacco best -itts Luekies ~ to l. RI'~O I 019003~
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HTGGS: They sure enough do. You can drop into any tobacco auction in Georgia, the Carolinas, virginia, Tonaess~e or Kentuckyp and you111 hoar this or something mighty llke it..., (S SECONDS OF CHANT) NY ANN: But what does it z~ea~n? ~'~at~s the sense to it? HIGGS: Well - what ~Im saylng is 32 dollars ~ - 32 - a 2 - and a 3 - 83 dollars bid - 38 ~ 33 - and a 4 - 34 dollars bid and SO on, )~Z ANN: Well, why donlt you just SS~ it instead of chanting it? RIGGS: Because ohantlng it is easier and quicker. Listen.... (2 SECONDS 0~' CHANT) ~ ANN: Say, you certainly can rattle it off| RIGGS: I usually ~ average 360 sales an hour| NY ANN: And you Just go from auction to auction doing that spiel? RIGGS: This yea~ live sold in Georgia, South Carollna, North ~ , Carolina, and Tennessee. live sold over 7~ million po~l~ds, T figure. Thatis a~ound ~)2,000,000 worth of tobacco. NY ANN: Say~ thatts a lot of tobacco - and I suppose you sold it all to Lucky Strike? (LAUGHS) Not by a long shot, I dldnitJ ~'~ere did you get that idea anyway? HIGGS: NY ANN: i~oll - llve heard you cn severai~Lucky Strike 1,adlo program, s - so ~ supposed you ~,re.e probably a...,Lusky gtz, ike auctionee~ | (LAUGHS) Pardon me, si~, but that certainly shows you donlt know much about the tobacco business. An auctioneer Isnlt connected with ~ olgarette company. He canlt be - and be an auetioneer. Why not? I 11"i 01 01 004.0
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OEORUS AND ORCHESTRA : @ ~ENE 6 (REVISED) "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" JANUARY l~, 1938o "WI]EN DAY IS DONE"..°.HIT INTRO A}JD FADE POR~ A musical highlight of the week -- Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Singers share the spotlight with a beautiful melody, in a new vocal treatment of an old favorite -- "WIIEN DAY IS DONE"°°° .... I'~IHEN DAY IS DONE", (APPLAUSE) (INSERt AUCTIONEER SPOT - SCENE 7) (APPLAUSE)
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DICK: BOBI RIC: DICK: BCE : (REVISED) 5-S 0H, IIK PRETTY SURE HETLL BE ALL RIGHT ';(HEN ~E SKETCH GOE8 ON. J~ ~'xfO -~i'H ~ ~#41 C~RG ~ G~N F~K R¥-~ S U ~ ~ 'I*Y~-~N D FOHG~T THAT THERE ARE ~%JENTY,,MILLION PEOPLE LISTr'NING. IF YOU DO ~LKE A HI~]NDER IT %~ONtT GO BEYOND THAT. JM~E~-C~,~ REMEMBER THAT JO ONE EVER DIED FRO~;I MIKE FRIGHT./~ YOUILL BE BACK ON YOUR FEET AGAIN IN LESS THAN THERE WEEKS. WHAT IF THEY DO START TO C~/~L YOU EICKE~Eg CORTEZ? BOB, YOU DONIT KNO~[ HO~J9 I APPRECIATE THIS LITTLE TALK I FIEST STEPPED U? HERE I DID;~TT THINK I COULD EVER GO THROUGH '.~ITH THIS AP?EAEANCE BUT J~ST FRO~,~ "'¢ATcH[[~iG YOU A~,!D T}!~, WAY YOU fl~T A:~AY 5I~H IT }{AS GIVEN ~iE CO~VID~i~C~ TO GO :5 AND DO TEE BEST SOB OF MY OARELR IN TI.;AT S?L~TCH WIqE I~ISS CARROLL.~.~. .THA.~!'-,q YOU. ~ ~/,~T~(~,~/i ~LL HOB, YOU CERTgC ;TLY PUT OVER YOUF~ POINT| OH I, iELL, I GUESS THEY'RE $AVI~'G i~E FOE GAF,~G*~/ (APPLAUSE) ~1 TrNO 1 O1 9OO~3
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ROB : DICE: BOB: DICE: BOB: RIC: BOB: DICK: BOB: RIO: BOS: I (HEVISHD) @ 5.N lie VERY HAPPY TEAT ~[R. CORTEZ IS PLAYING IN THE SKETCH. OF COURSE IF THIm~Ir PREFER THE LATIN TYPE TO THE GAY LOTHARIO OF 0~AHA .... WELL, ALL I SAN SAY IS THAT THE PRODUCTION DEPARTbIENT 0N THIS SHOW IS VERy SNEAKY° BOB, I DIDNIT THINK YOU F~LT THAT WAY ABOUT IT. WHY NOT? WHATIS HE GOT THAT MADELINE CARROLL WANTS OF ~.. I THINK SHE PREFERS THE CAVE MAN TYPE Ah"/WAY, YOU LOOK PRETIY'Jamr FOR A CAVE MAN. CAN I HELP IT IF I DIDN'T CO.~,~E OUT OF THE CAVE ~CH? TEATIG ALL VERY INCIDENTAL, 14R. HOPE, I FEEL THAT I HA'rE WHAT YOU LACK -~ FIRE, VERVE, WARMTH. WE OF THE OLI%~ SKIN TAKE~/P WHERE YOU LEAV'~ OFF. YES, I READ THAT BOOK ABOUT YOU .... LATINS ARE LAZY LOVERS. I THINE TIIE WORD IS LAZY. I PRLDICT A GREAT FUTURE 0E ~IFE RADIO F0H RIOARD0. ! YES, BUT DONIT ~X)RGBT ABOUT ]~1IKE FRIGHT. ~./HY EVE]~$ IF YOU ARE SIX FEET AND WEIGH 185 LBS. ItVE SEEN BIGGER ?JEN THAN YOU FAINT DEAD AWAY WHEN THEY STEPPED i~i FRONT OF THAT DLJ.CI( HAIR NET. WELL, I NEVER HAVE BEEN A VICTIb[ O.I E~RV~S. 0H, DONIT ~41SUNDEHS[[A~{D ?q{, ~ I KIIOW ?/ERE YOU STEP U? TO THAT MICROPHONE YOU WONIT GET THAT FEELING IN YOUR DIAPHRAM THAT YOU ARE TIED UP I.NT0 A L'IOT., ,A~R WOh~T O0~:,H'~GHg"4}F-.YOU}{-~,~GUff~H'. , .I KNON THAT ,VONIT HAPPEN TO YOU ..... I HOPE, I HOPE~ I HOPE, 19T~O 1 O? 9OO~
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(REVISED) 8~[~E 5 Page 1 llYOUR HOLL~'~QOD PARADe" DICK: A~'iD HEP~ IS A FI~E ACTOR ~3HO HAS GIVEN NANY EXCELLENT PERFOR~!ANCES lli THE MOTION PICTUP~ WORLD...NICARD000I~TEZ. ( APPLAUSE ) PIC: YHANK%~ DICK...liVE LOOKED FORWARD TO AP~EARTNO ON YOUR PARADE. DICK: THE DOOR IS WIDE OPEN RIC~, AND I Zi!0W WE ARE GOING TO ENJOY YOUR ARTISTRY IN THE SKETCH WITH MADELII'~E CARROLL TONIGHT. RIC:"DItCK, DOES t.~ADELINE CARROLL /{AVE A BODYGUARD? ~ DICK: A BODYGUARD? ~,~HY NO .... THAT'S BOB ROPE. HE:SATHAq ?LkY A[~OUT BLONDES .... HE FIGURES THE OVEP-HEAD~S LIGHTER.... I :,IA} T IOU '20 KNOVq HII.I* • . .0R BOB... !)0t. IILL BE } ~0,~ BACK ~[ADY DEAR...PROB,~IX ANOTH~R AUTO~ORAPfi HOUI~D...HELLO DICK... DICK: BOB, YOU ENOU RICARDO CORTEZ? BCB: OH SURE, SURE I DO...YOU'P/~DOING THE SE%'TCR :@ITE ?IlSS CARROLL HA~ HA,... DICK: i~OR IS i~Tfi OUT HERL, HErS FRO~! THE THEATRE .... RIC: RE~.LLY, HOW IS BURLESQUE NOWADAYS? f0R: ~ ~ ~,~a~rD .OIRsR IS GREAT FAN OF YOURS ~,~. CORTEZ, SHE ?lENT TO SEE A PICTURE Of YOURS TNE OIRER NIGR'I AkD WOE A SET 0B DISHES .... SHE %RINKS YOU IR~ KEEN0. DICK: APsE YOU BOYS ~iAKIHG TRIg UP ON I"HE SLUR OF THE ~O?JENT? YOU .~]UST REMEI~ERzMR. COH'2EZ IS OUR GUEST...HE~S PRAYING IN THE SKETCH WITH 2~DEI,!NE CARROLL. ~1-H01 01900~5
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~ho oZa Oe~ ~s t~ul~v ~eSteter~4, *n~taet~ I~emt~ Z.ue. (~Z~ ~'Tc~s * ,I,VO~I~.IP ..... ~TH07, 0190046
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J ~eMOUR HOLI~Y~'~00D pARADEIt Soen~2. ORC~EaTRA.. Iri~PPY DA~2II FAN~k~E ~ ANNOUNOER~ I~uo](y St~ke l~esents -- 0ROHEST~A: ~}I~Pl%f DAYS" FANFARES_2 ANI~OUNOER: rrMoi~ HOLLY~V00D PARADE" ~-- Star~ng l)±ok Powell| 01~0H. &CHORUS: "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAINr'.. oTHEME AN~0UI~0E~: r'YOU~ H01~]~YY~00D PI~DE" -- T~ brought bo you by the manufaoturers of L~oky ~ke Oi~a~es~ ~rom ~a~e 9 at '.Varne~ B~o~he~sl Studios --- o~e full hou~ o£ Holl~ood H~gh~ghts, fee1~ng the pulse of ~eallty in the oapltal of Make-Belleve --- ~epo~tin~ the news, the glamor, the he~ of Hollywood .... And here is your hos~ - Dick Powell| RIH01 019004?
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Before te~7 1on~ Ro~om~V Iane an~ ~, a~Lon~ wi~h a lot of othe~ nell people, w£1~ be ~oppL~ e.~oun(L ~o ¥ou~ losu:L theatre £n a now pioturo~"]~01l~oo~ Hotel" **the latest musioel effort of the B~othe~*s wa~ner *** hoaueo we th£nk the p£otu~"e ban a ~r~,~l 6eb of tuneg, weWA like to As S~O Oi" the~ fo~ 7o~ .~, SO hez'ovB ~ aleLlle~ o~.~g~ ~oM ths l~£o~ro by the ~ in th~ piottu~ .,, J~ First, "Hooray fo~ HOllyWOOA~ with the I~xok~ S£nga~8! BeoonA, "S£~houotte in the Moonllshq;w with ROSm~V Lane ,0, Ino£Aentall~, h6~ w~'k ~ln "Hollywoo4 Hotele giTe8 hs~* the pl, omise of a ve~v br£~ht fntuxq* £1~ Motion piotu~'og .,. ~hlFA~ "lTi~oh Yo~ Wagon to a Sheen - Z'11 take a stab at that one - anO the ;~uok~v SeyeD, wilcO, up the prooesAJ.n~o w$th "Lot ~hat Be A .T,oeson ~0 Yone *** i~ All r£ght, Leo - loaA tb~ w~,)r fo~ O~ t~ through "Hol~oofl HoteZ"| ~O~f~GLI (OVER ~0DULATIOH} All ~£~ht, ROBSI~£'Y -- ~04~r-eemea~- pO~YELL; (OVER MODULATION ]~, Rose~8,,, NOW react Or not -- he~e Z oowe| :~OY~:GL, (OVER ~O:~UI~TION) All ri£~h't, ~ou Z,uok¥ Seven, swing £t outl LU~EY 9 & O~CH~TR~! ,.~,~ THAT ~x A LEBSOI~:T~ YOU, ( .JU.'~..,AVSE ) RT~01 01900~
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,- Soene 9 INTRODUCT70N POWELL: Thank you...Now for ott~ guest of the evaning~ ~. beautlful la d ~ ~6~!~ ~t~ dy an g~and a0tress~aueline Oarro11,.. About a year ago I had the pleasure of playing with ~ "~ ~'- in a pletu~e antltled "On The Avenue" H ,With that very pleasant memory in ~Ind, welts doubly happy to have her wlth us tonlght,~ l~dellns appears In-- "War NeWS~ Exclusive"-an air-drarm~ by Arch Oboler,, •. She plays the part of Oarol Andrews a girl war-Gorrss- pendent whose life seems to be hopelessly mixed up with one Russell Wood. Wood~ a rsal~ two-fisted nswshawk, is played by Rioardo Oorteza one of Holl~wood,s ~oet popular leading men.,.Stu Colline~ another oorrespondent~ is played by the well-k~ovn~ cinema aoto~j Regis Toomey. And now~ up with the eu~tain for some of that~'War • News, EXGIusive" | (APPLAUSE) ORC}~ST~: }YJSIOAL CURTAIN....FADE FOR: J • AI"~01 0190049
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PO~VELL ; STUI CAROLI (REVZS~) 0 9-~ ........... The scene, as our play opens, Is a war-torn elty. It is night - ipoklng up into the sky anxlously is Carol Andrews, a newspaper correspondent Uith her is Stu Collins, another correspondent, who has fortified himself, one way or another, against an sxpeeted bombing attack.... CAROLI Come on, Stu - be a good little boy and get bask to your hotel. )~ ,, -J (SLIGHTLY DRUNK) ^ Dont ~Tanna! But you fool, iris dangerous out herel Why you ever came out here to the war zone I donlt understands Ir ~Old man says, Stu Collins, youlre afraid to be a war oorrespondont]I' A~4~I ~ - what did I say? ~,AROL. I donlt know, and I donlt care| You idiot, will ~ou get off the street? Thersts going to be a bombing attaok any.!: moment - there always is at this hour of ths nlghtJ Now • oo~e on| STU:All right, all right] Lot's take a taxi| CAROL: ~Vil] you snap out of it? You're not strolling around Ti~ues Square - you're in a war zonol Now some on - give ms your arml STUIPoor Russolll Poor ole Russoll| CAROL: Russoll? What has Russell got to do with this? ~TU: Gonna ~,rry youl Poor oI~ Russell] CAROL: Never you mind about poor olo Russelll You keep walking| Russell is just whore he belongs - safo and sound b~hind • a copy desk| STU: Thatls ~ight - safe and sound - and you're to blame| Pixod it with the managing editor, didnlt you? PI IHO 1 0190050
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c. VlSE 9.s CAROL~ And what if I did| Russell Wood is the most reckless, irresponsible man that ever carried a portable typewriterl He's got about as much right news-reportlng in a war zone as you havel STU: Poo~ ole Russell| CAROL: Now stop TIpooP ole Russelling" me and keep moving! This is Just the kind of a nig~Lt when those bombers come over, and I certainly donTt want to be dodging any high explosives with ~ on ray arm| flow hurry before -- SOU~D OF B01~IB EXPLOSION~, FAR B.ACK CAROL: (UP) The bolube~s I AIR ~b%ID SIRENS BEGIN WAILING, CONTINUING BEEINDD STU : 17hoopee | ANOTHER EXPLOSIOi~7 IN CLOSER CAROL: You crazy fool| Runl ANOTI~ R EX~L0 SION, REVERBE~iTING S]U: (SINGING DRLr.$~I~LY) "Just Before The Battle, Mother." CAROl: You everlasting idiot| Come on--therels a bomb shelter d o',~a herel ANOTHER EXPLOSION O PEIi!~{G DOOR CAROL: Herel Dov;l] h~rel STU: O,K1 O,K~ CLOSi~IO D00}~ -, SIREHS DOWH -- IETER~vIITI'EHT B0),.q5 EXPLOSIONS CONT!NUII[G HUFFLED AS IN HEARD THRU CLOSED BOOR Ct, ROI,: The~e| That's better| At least we~ve got some protection in this place] STU: Gimme a typewrlt~r. Ootta cable my paper. Enemy bombs star reporter. War news exclusive| Gi~ame a = (SHARPLY) Listen to thatl L AYM01 0190051
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STU: CAROL: STU: A typewPito~[ So help Re, I hea~ a typovt~ito~J Why this is nothing but an oid vtine-eellarJ Coz~e on - right around the corner - next rodin -- FADE IN TYP~';RITER CLICKING BEHIND ABOVE SPEEOH - SIRENS SOFT CAROL: Itls a man - typing| STU: ~qhat'd I tell ya| Whatld I tell CAROL: Why itTs - oh, no, it eanlt be| STU: Hiya, Russell ole boy, ole boy] will y ,~pal ele boy~ TYPEWRITING OUT CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: S~IU: RUSSELL: ya ! Le~o have that typ. ewriter RusJ Russell Wood| It - it oanlt be you; Hello, Carol. I expected to find you annoying me soonem or later/ But - but Russell - you ~ yourre supposed te. be in ~ew York! Look homo, my sweet- Just because I love you doesnlt ~~e.~.en~.~ ~ 11~ a newspape~ ~n - first, last, and all the time| But the managln~ edito~ p~omlsed me -- Oh, so you did talk the chief into chaining me to that blasted desk Job] Uell, what if I did? I love you an8. yeuSre much too reckless to be a war Correspondent| Well of all the interfering fe1~mles -- Atta boy ole boy| If you two are senna fight I1m senna (FADE) lie down and go to sleep| Good ole wa?|.o0,. ^ I suppose itls perfectly all migJqt fo~ that ~~2~£7 to be munnln~ around hepe, but me - oh, Iris too dangerous fo~ meJ RI~O I O? 900~2
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CAROL: RUSSELL~ CAROL: RUSSELL: UAROL~ R~SSELL: CAROLs RUSSELL: SIRENS OUT CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL: RUSSELL: CAROL; I It certainly ial Look here, Carol (REVISED~ 9-5 - youlre got to stop trying to reg~late my life] You eanlt make me over into something Ilm notJ Well, you wan~to make a kitohenette deeoration out of m~el Thatts different! Oh, no, it Isnlt~ I Just want you to keep out of trouble~ For the last fifteen years, wherever the~e;s been shooting, thatls where youlve been| And thatts where IIll continue to be! Not as my husband, you wonttl Oh, no~ Let ze tell you-- ~'~alt, Russell3 Listen! Yeahl The raidls over~ O.K., letls call a trues on ou_~ fig~ht o~ud get back to the hotel, i~ No, Russell. No what? i - ITvs got solao business to attend to. Business? Look here, what areyou up to? It - it wouldnrt interest yo1~. Oh, yes, it wouldl ~his is ~o place for a woman to be wanderinG around alone~ itma newspape~ woman/ Youlre a babe in the woods as far as this kind of work is eoneernedl %~hat are you up to? Itll go alozlG with you wherever it is[ Oh, no, you won't. YOU say that Ihu always interfering with you~ business - wel~, if thatts t~ue, you bette~ stop interfering with minel entirely on my ownS.,.. Itx~ on my own, my deaP Russell - F/l-NO I 0190053
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SOID~D Of DOOR OP!~NL~G COUNTESSI ( DF/~INITE ACCERT) OAHOL : (IN FAST) DOOR CLOSING (R VlSED) Ah, yet% will come In~ ),[iss And1,ows. Sorry IIm late, Countess - the alm-maid delayed How soon will h~ be he?e9 COUNTESS : CAROL : COUNTESS : CAROL: C 0bqlTESS : CAROL: COUi~TESS : CAROL: COU![TESS: CAROL I COUNTESS : CAHOL : Oh any moment. Aftem all, he is the great generalissimo. (EXULTANTLY) The general hlmself~ Do you mealize what an interview ~;ith him ~ill moan to me? ItI i] be the seooR of the oentury~ But of course; You have bmou~ht the money? Yes, of course, but if you dealt mind, vIQlll Just wait on that until afto~• the general gets here. (C~} You al~ very naive, my doar~ , ," What do you mean? YOU tell me that I can have an exclusive interview with the general on ~ayment of a .thousand dollars, ! brought the money. W Now /~what~s this all about~ The whereabouts of the generalissimo, at the moment, is as G~at a m~jatcrU to ate ~s it i~ to you. (PAUSE1 T:'~o thousand dollars, if you ploasol You don't inmglno I~ll lot you ta!~o it a~'lay from zto? !hi no longer amused. Oive me the mono~,l Oh, I ~oo. Giv~ it to you - at the Rolnt of a gunl A g~ which you will force me to use. All right .... Hero you arc .... The title Co~uqtoss may be phony but the gun looks ~oal enough to me. (CHUCKLING) Indco~ it i~. Sit do~:a% ho~¢l ~oI YOU~ hands behind you~ back: L FIT~01 019005~
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COU}ITESS I CA I(OL I t~SICAL, TRANSITION SOUND OF DOOR OPENING (DEFINITE ACCENT) (IN PAST) me. DOOR CLOSING ( REVISE~,I 9-6 Ah, yOU will Oome in, Miss Andrews. Sorry Itm late, Co~untoss - the alr-raid delayed CAROl,: (EAGEELY) How soon will ho be here? COUFI'ESS: Oh any mome~:t. After all, he is the great generalissimo. C,~Ro~,. (EXULTAUTLY) The general hlmsolfl Do you realize what an into~wlm-~ ~lith him ~~lll ~ean to lae? ItTll be the ssoop Of the c~nturyl COUNTESS: But of coursel You have brought the money? CAROL: Yes, of course, but if you donrt mind, ueql Just wait on that until after the genoral gets here. CAP, OL: What do you moan? You tell me that I can have an excluslvo i~Itorviow with the gener~l on payment Of a thousand dollars~ i brought the honey, i{ov! - %'lhatls this all about? COU~]qESS: The whereabouts of the generalissimo, at the ~ao."aont, is as gPeat a mystery to ~o as it is to you. (PAUSEi The thouss.nd dol!~.ms, if you ploasol CAROL: You dolgt imagine fill lot you take it away from :;io? COUliTESS: Ilnl no longer a~usod. Give me the z~oney; CAROL: Oh, i see. Giv__~ it to 7ou - at the point Of a gun] COUP[TESS: A gtu~ "~;hioh you will fo~,oo me to usu. CAROL : All ?i~%t .... ibro you arc .... The titlo Co~tutoss may bo phony but the 8~n looks real enough to me. Sit dram hero| SoJ Your hands COU~4TESS : (CHUCKLING) Indeed it i.~. behind your. baci¢l L FIIRO 1 0?90055
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CAROL: COUNTESS : CAROL: COUNTESS: CAROL: OOUNgESS: CAROL: COUNTESS: CAROL~ COUNTESS: CAROL: (UP) Countess' You! Uhatever your name is~ Come back~ You can't leave me horeJ Come back; (TO HERS~!~F) You oanlt l~ave me hero to dis! Help~ Someone help ~:e~ SOUKDI DOOR BURS I IN0 0PEN CAROL: (IN FAST) Stop naklng so r:uoh ~ioisel CAROL| (V~EP iLY ) Oh, Russell| RUSS?ILL: Save It~ Welve got about three minutes before the shooting stal, ts l CAROLI That rope --- RUSSELL: Okay, I~ve got it loossl Come on! SOUND: OF RUNNING F~ET ( IIEVIb~D ) S-7 You've ~y mono~ and ~ou~vu a gnu - wh2 tie m~ up? It will amuse me to tel! you. Pivo rainutos after I place this lamp in the viind~;; - so - a ~obol batto~ begone those hills will open fire on this house2 (CONFUSEDLY) Open fi~o on thi~ houses But - but ~hy? The goncrallsslmo Am as naive as you. I told ham that tonight I wouid bming a notorious forolgn agent to %hls house. And fo~ this information ho paid m~o - (CEUCELES) 0no thousand dollamsl You - you~o JokinG~ They wouldn,t shell this plaepl It was the ~cno~allssimo~s o~rn ID~onlous idea. if accidontly a shell falls in this house and you a~o killed - You - ~ou devil you| Ai~d a mesh profitable ovonlns for the devil| T~o thousand dollars~ (9~ADN) Adios, my unfortunate £~i~nd. No, no. co~ne back he~e| (FADING ON C!~CELE, CIIUCKLE OF~,~ WITH) F~THO'~ 0190056
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9-8 ~' C~ROL: (RUNNING) But how can we got far enough away before --- HUBBELL: llve got a oar~ If the englnels still running, ~lefll make it] - Hurry dear - Here we are - CAROL: (AD LIB BUSINESS OF RUNNING AND GETTING INT0 OAR) FADE IN SOUND OF AUTO ENGINE IDLING RUSSELL: Here - quick - get in; SOUND DISTANT BOOM OF CANNONS CA]eL: Theylve startedl BOUND: AUT0blpBILE S ThRTING OF~' FAS..T~ RUSSELL: Well, so have we] SOUhU); ANOTHER CANNON CRASH. BACK CAROL: She did toll the truthl They a~e firinG at the house| RUSSELL: Let lem have thei~ ft~ as long as youlre out of it| CAROL: But -- but how did you know where to follow me? RUSSELL: Stu Collins - ! stood him on has head u/~til'~e talkedl OARO7,: Oh, Russ - ~en I think of the silly things I said - not wanting you to interfere with my affairsl HUSSELL: It,s okay - I fell for the countessI phon>~ line myself once when she was selling infol~ation down in the Balkans~ CAROL: Russ| You didnt t J RUSSELL: So help meJ But that doesn't Justify you~ acting llke a nitwit] CAROL: (SHAKILY) Go right ahead, Russ - I desemve anything you ay. I - Ill1 never do a thin~ again without telling you all about it~ RUSSELL: Roy; weSre getting plaeesl If all this woke you up to the fact that maybe I am head man - itls been worth the exoltementJ Yeah ... and that reminds me ... I'~Ia I , , • CAHOL: L
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RU$SELLt Reach £r~ v~/ pocket. CAROL: Rus~l It Is-ltls mone~| HUSSELL: Yeah, yol1~ thousand dollars. ( REUSED ) 9-9 I took it avlay from the RUSSELL! CAROL: RUSSELL: countess as she ~ame diving out the door. CAROL: But Russ ~ I only gave he~ a thousand dollars and therels TWO thousand dollars hotel TWO thousand? Russ1 This other thousand belongs to the general| The thousand dollars he paid her for that phony informatlon~ CAROL: YesX RUS~RLL: But - but..~vhat111 ~e do ~Ith it? CAROL: Well, - allts fair in iove and war, isl~It it? RUgSE[,LI %tWhat do you mea~ CAROL: I mean the extra thousand - ~elll use it - I~,OHUOKLES) on our honeymoonJ MUSIO (APPLAUSE) L RI"NO I 0190058
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~OWELL: L&NE~ POI~LL ~ Thank ~ou~ Madellnej that was grand -- n real ~nt~tair~mBnt m~oop*, .,an8 oon~la~tions R~e --~o~ 8e~ ~0~ OUt a Bwell O~St0,oQ,e Oh Dlek, ~llos Roee~m~, ~hattm al~ the8 X heard about ~In~ ~own ~o Nade~i~e Carroll,s house at Mallbu# Sudsy? RiCO OorSe~ said something to me about it. That's ri~, the ~an~ i~ ~ot~g to he~ h~e at Mali1~a for' a swim 8rid stuf~,..You~re oo~n~, a~ea~t ¥oul' Nell, I havon~% bo~ inv£t~d, l'~/You'~e Just euVposed to d~op in that's al~ C~EI~OI,L~ ~ Dick | POWELL ! ~qello~ ~dellno ? OARROLI,~ Diok~ I~m mot in the habi~ of eaves~Oppin~ - bu~ 1~a~te all this %al~ ~bou~ my house | POWELL~ Nell-~ Bee:ms that Ros~y doo~ ~o~ &hon~ ~/P ~n hO~SS next S~r~Aa~-,- OARROLL~ Then tha~s ~o~ fault# Dlok. YOU were %o ask eye.one. Rosen~ry, let me make the inv~tn%i~n,~-4efin~%e ~gh~ m~ LA~E~ Well, thank you~ Madellne - I~d love to eomee ~k 8TH01 0190059
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LA~IE : POWELL : OAIGODLI PO'.TE LL : CAI{KOLL I POW~]LL : CARROLL : P0WEL'~: POWELL : ' iO - 2 &~'ell, thanIc yOU, ~ladclein0 - Zfd love to cone. %'~olii all be tho~e. So]:~obi~1os, Madelolno, I thirdc yottlvo ~ot ru.bbo~ %valls o~ ~hat house of yeus's -- las~ t~o I wao there, I thought all Hollywood t~%d rloved in. ~",q%at the[ did to Sh~t pantry| Oh, but we love it -- #oally, Say ~e - do ~ou n~nd ~f I toll ~r, Lucky St~,iko sol&othlng - I hope hers llstoning -- so:iothlng I notiood dgWD_ ~ICl~Ot l~St tILIO? Of GOU/SO not, Dick. (~'~UGNS) "{Jell, I wanted to toll how the LuokAos &mottnd the place dlsappoa~od - but llko that (SNAPS IIIS FINGEK8), Oh, I can oxplai~ that - we buy cartons and ca~tons of Luokios. Since ~:~ost ;)£ odin guests like you ~K~,u-.~.~ and Rosozu~ry P-ave ~o bc s,~ careful of t.hoi~ tl~.~ats - raatuPall~" they all p~ofov a cigarette 'd~.at~8 easy on the tl~oat. IIow about the hostess ho~solf$ Haven,t you a kind wo~d? Y~u bet I havc Dick - I ti%Ink Luckios arc a g~and tast~/~ oi~,.r o t t o. Su~day - and last one in the pool has tz* put the %~¢.tor i~ it| (APPLAUSE) RTM01 0190060
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ORCHESTRA : OROHESTI{A : ANH OI/~'TOER : 0hCHESTRA : Sconos ii, ,-, ,12 II~o'o~ }~o)~].]~rwooCt p~t~oII O0;~'b~.~%~o~ lrz J~ABt ~ 2~%or~ont;, "LUC,k~/ DAY" --- (STATION BREAK) --- "LUOKY DAY" .... COMPI~TE CHORUS ~, FINISH Back tO "You~ Holl3~vOOd Parado" starring Dick Powoll, with Rosollary Lano, Dudloy Chal~bors and tho Lucky Singors, tho Lucky Sovon -- and ou~ guosts of tho ovonlng, L. A. Riggs, Rioardo Cortoz, Rogls Too]:~oy, Bob Hopo and ~|~,dollno Carroll | And now tho Lucky Soven, with Loo Forbstoln and tho Lucky St~,iko orchestra, start tho Parado ::~ovlng again with a swing favorito - N~ibor 8 o~ "Yo%~? }{It Parado" last v;eok... i~Bob %q~ito". JIBOB WHITE" APPLAUSE)
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POWELL: "ILSON: POWELL: Seene 13-Page ~'YCDR HOLLY~OC~ PARAD~~¸ Wel~ d~Fa~Leo,~@~%~..a~e -- Wowl for some more of the low-down on how pictures arc made.., A few days ago an old childhood school tsaohsr ef mine came all the ~my from back home in Little Rock to visit Holl~7ood... We went through She studio together, and what fascinated her more than anything else w~s She Property Department. So tonight I*ve asked V~itey Wilson, Warner Brothers ~rope~ty chief, to help himself to a~-M~and tell us all .., Come on up Whltey, and say l~llo| (APPLAUSE) Thanksj Dick...Fi~st of all, maybe youtd b~tter explain what a PresSman is. Well, as nearly as I can figure out, a Prop man is e miracle man...He provides evo~Ithlr~ that a scene might need --a flower in the lapel, a ohai~, snow o~ a three-toed ostrich You~e might about everything but the miracles, Dick. You'd have a hard time convincing Mrs. Hamilton, the lady we took around you~ depamtment, that you can't whip up a miracle now and agaln.~'i She really enjoyed it, &!drift she? R'rHo 1 0190062
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BLANK: WILSON: SOUND: PO'~LL: WILSON: BLANK: POWELL: BLANK: Mou bet she didlih~ will have enough to tell the folks back home to last until Sprite| ... Then when yo~ began taking us through bho Pest of the propemty building# (FADES) she couldnlt believe he? eyes,.'.i ~CHANICAL FADE .... STUDIO OUT .... FADE IN ON: (OLDER WO~N) Dick, this is positively amazing| Now if youtll como in this room here, IVll show you some period furniture -- antiqued in Holl~jwoodL Right this way. Door OFEN A~ CLOSE this looks familiap.,.Some of the props from "The Adventures of Hobin Hood", a~enlt they? Yes..As you see, quite a oolleotlon.,Iron-bound chests# banquet chairs, per;bet mugs, drinking horns -- all made h~re in the Property Department, ~y goodnoss, you can duplicate anythln~, q~nlt ~ou? They certainly can~ I r~member %vhen a rare Hawaiian flower was needed fop a plcture.,V~itoy hero ~honed to Honolulu and in 48 hours the flower had arrived by plane~ and had been copied by his experts, Ho%vls that fop service? Itls -- it's ~nazlng~ FIT~O 1 0?90063
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WiL$0~ BLANK: PO',JELL: :iLSON: ~IAN... )OL'ELL: BI~.hX: PO'JELL: WILSON: mEV SED) W 13- W~!I~ her8 yo~/ sse it with yo%~r own cyes~ ~'r~. Hamilton furniture and fixtul.ss of the daTs of Robin flood, fo~ use in talking pictures,l ~(x, ~a ~, But so:ue of this a!ust be very old...~, it s orra-eaten ud c vered with cobwebs. ix ~ore of ~itey's workj The wo~-eaten part, at an3, rate...That's done b~ ~chine here. But the cobwebs were ;cut there by an exl~ert cobweb r~ker. A what? (LAU2RS) That ls another of t]-~ ~e Hollywood handy-men... Vou see, ~ovie cobwebs are -~mde of rubber cement and Fullers Earth, and ~r~,y be shot to any desired spot with a cobweb gun -- so:~leti~.es as far as twer~ty feet. Good co'cweb-L~kers are very sea~ee, in fact there are only a very few in H~lywood. Incidentally, if ~ou need a~:y fog around ~vou~ place... Peg. Now hey: do they ~:~nke that, for heaven's sakes? T?~t~s eas~ -- they si~oly burn cans of mineral oil, and the s'~oke ~akes our fog. l~ot sc nice to b~eathc, but after all, it's a livlnf~ b This is ahuost too ~uch ~o::e afteE:oon...I~ cositivel:, dazzled.. .Dick, when I tell the folks, the[- won't bs- lieve ;~e... (F~L;ES) ~ tell Fen, ,;he;! won't believe a word of it -- .MECI~A~IO.~L FADE.. • STUDIO OUT,. ~FADE I'i 0N: Let me tell ~ou, .~r.ite.., you ~r~,,.e ~.rs. ~ an afternoon she~ll never, for~etl I'u! clad she enjoyed it, Dick. Oh, before I go, I~d llke to tell you someth!ns funny that a prop man did to lilehael C1u~tiz when he was directing :~Gold Is V;here You Find It.u
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POWELL: SOUND: ANNOUNCER : ~% ~ Scene 15, IIYOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" Carroll co erei l And now~ouP Hollywood Parade pauses - as nearly everything around Hollywood does pause from time to time - for a brief excursion to .., Malibu Beach| (WOOD BLOCK - THEN MURMUR OF VOICES WHICH FADES) Yes, the scene is that celebrated "open house~I of Madeleine CarrollTs which you heard about ~ust a few minutes ago on this program. And practically everyone in Hollywood does seem to be herel Therets Clark Gable over in the come? offering a cigarette to Myrna Loy - Yes and the package is the familiar Lucky Strike red and green. And there's Constance Bennett....what brand Of cigarettes does she carry in that gold case of hers?...W~ll - ~ ~now...iuckSes; For surely you remember what our lovely hostess herself - Madeleine Carroll - told you a few minutes ago. She pointed out that the famous stars who are her frequent £uests at Malibu Beach must be careful of their voices. And so, like Miss Carroll herself, they naturally prefer a cigarette that's easy on the throat - Luokies...The exclusive Lucky Strike "Toasting" process takes out certain throat-irritants natu~ally present in all tobacco. Since these irritants are out - Luckles are always~ easy on your throat... SO next time you buy cigarettesl follow Naeleine CarrollTs example.,,ask for a light smoke,.,ssk for Lucky Strike.
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POWELL: "YOL~ HOLLYWOOD PARADElj Soono .!.7. Thank you. WelI~ havin~ had a little of the news, some of the glamour and some of the ho,n~$ of Hollywood, letls have some of the fun .... The man who follows the stars in their searoh for amusement is with us again tonite, so light up a Luoky and g~t set for some hot flashes from that oomr,,~entato~ without a pee~ t~e2~-men- (APPLAUSE) ~ ~, :~.-~e? ..... (INSERT BOB HOPE SPOT),... (APPLAUSe) RTH01 019005.9
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~OB: ~L SCENE 1V - -i- Thank you Dick - I feel wonderful tonlght, I spent last week-end down at Palm Sprlngs, you know Palm Springs, New Port with Cyotes° That's where all the famous movie stars go to get away from each other, only they all go at the same time. It's really a great place with those wld8 open spaces, why sometimes you can ride for a whole hour without Bie Mir Bist du Schoen. But it's swell. The sunshine does you good, the air does you good, the mountains do you good, and the hotels do you -- good and everybody is so congenial and nice they want to do things for you. The minute I got off the train 15 citizens rushed up to me and offered to carry my wallet. I stopped at a little Spanish Hotel - the E1 01ippo -- Beautiful spot, right in the heart of the desert. I had a nloe room with twin sand dunes, end hot and o01d ~unnlng lizards -- quaint little place when you hear something howling you oanit tell whether it's a mountain lion or a guy paying hle hotel bill. %When I checked in I said to the clerk, what are the rates? And he said $25.00 a day so I said haven't you any special rates for comedians? And he s~Id, oh yes, that will be ~8.00 in advance --- But I got even, I dldn~t make the bed. The hotel was restful, In fact my room was so quiet you coul~ hear the moths in the clothes-closet z~k~ smacking their lips --- But one thing I llke about Palm Springs is the oommunit spirit, my first night there I woke up at Z a.m. and there was a floor show going on in my room -- Eddie Cantor had a room next door -- you know, Eddie 0antor - the fellow who has a deal ~ending nlth Bing Crosby - The other night when Bingfs son was born, 0antor rented a plane and flew over Crosbyls house all 8r~ol 0190020
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HOPE: ICO~T'D) SOENE 17 -2- ~ii night Srylng to get ~hat stork's license number. I oasse~ Blngl~ house today an~ t11ey were shoo~Ing off f~re oraokers celebratlng the fourth -- I heard when Bin~Is Son was only 3 hours old 16 movie p~oduoe~s ~an over and .-ra~ted to m~e a test of him for Rhet~ Butle~ -- they f~ flgure by the ~ime they shoo~ the ploture he'll be old enough -- I made a deal when I was in Palm Springs, I si~ne~ 8 contract to play with ~yrna Loy, at a thousan~ollars a week- oourse thatls not muoh ~oney but ~hatls all I could afford -- SonJa Eenie was there she Just finished a picture, she was down there th~wlng out --But one advantage down at the Springs a~e the health baths, they have an iron sp~Ing~ and a su~pher spring. One fellow had a very bad case of hives, and he drank ~o much x~ sulph~ water th&t eve~ytime he scratched, he lit up -- sort of walking ho~ foot. And ~y bro~he~ wen~ ~o ~ sprin~ that develope~ his eyes, but he ~ot a little mixed~ up and bathe~ his feet instead -- that night he came running Into my room all excited and said I Just took off my sock, sn~ my big ~oe winked at me. B~t live never seen such a oolleotlo~ of s~r~ as the~e we~e !~ the ~wi.~uln~ pool down there. D~ck POW~II wa~ ~he~e, he ha~ ~ new ~o~ o~le~ the A~st~al~a~ ~eep~ i~IE qui~e a ~hing, you Jus~ lie ~own in ~he wa~er and do the SUrF Q. -- Carol Lombard was sitting on the edge of the ppol, I trie~~ to ~e~ ~-a~ oolo~ b~t~in~ suit sh~ was wes~in~, b~t she W~s ~8adlng a book -- even Ch~rlie McCarthy was there floating around. He was a little boar~. -- I wanted to go in ~wimmlng with the r~st of the starg~ but my bathing suit had a hol~ An the knee -- I was going to ex~roise with my new rowing machine that I got for Christmas, but ~t ~unk (repea~) But thews was one big blond who always hung around the pool, on Monday she would go swimming ~T~O~ 0~900,~]
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HOPE: SCENE mY0 S- (OONTID) with a banker, and on Tuesday she would float alone -- but it's K really nlce under that broiling sun, I lald there for two hours and boy did I get Shat old peeling -- how did that get in ~here -- but it's not all heat down there because as soon as the sun goes down it really gets cold. At 4 olelook they ring a bell and everybody puts on %heir heavy underwear -- we sat around the radio there one night and pulled a fireside chat out of the radio with ~n Ice plok -- but we wens to a nice little night club down in pa/m Springs, oalle~ the malson de la i[cnte Carlo A la Riviera - or 8 to one, no i0 the hard way. We P~ad a nice time, Andy Devine was in our p~rty. You know Andy Devine, the cinder path that talks -- he oleare~ his throat the other day, and lost ~ weeks wo~k. He made a date for me down there with a beautiful hunk of nmidenly monotony -- I asked her to dance and she s@epped on my feet so much I finally had to put my shoes on -- She was a pretty thing, sort of a c~ctus with a face -- she had a nose like an old bicycle seat - and she had so much bridge work that every time I kissed her I felt like paying a toll -- when I was ready to come back to Hollywood one fmmous movie star begged me to ride back with her, ~he coaxed me an~ ooaxe~ me until ~ finally gave in - whew, what M kiddy car that Shirley Temple has. Good night, kl~dies.
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%/ SCENE ~8 "YOUR HOLL~JOOD PARADE" January IS, 19~8 Closing C6mmerolal Thanks~ Bob. And now before we Signal Leo for more z/usict herefs a word from Mr, L~oky Strike,,,, Next time ~oulre buying cigarettes, remember the opinion of the nBn who know tobacco best,.,the independent tobacco experts, These expe~ts know who buys what tobacco and so what ~ smoke of their own choice is of Importance to every smoker, Their verdi6t is Luokles 2 to I, (PAUSE) SO when you hear the chant of the tobacco ~uotlonee~ - remembem,.,with independent expe~ts,,,with men who knovJ tobacco best...Itls LuekZes ~ to i, AT:KO? 019007"3
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~TIRE Q~T V ~d ~r le~ ~he~e be ~et0 .., the Lu0ky 8in~em. ea4 ZeO Fo~ete/~ ~ the X~AOk~ 8frAMe O~oheet~a Ooll~ate wAth • e in the title =on8 of ~ ~ea~ pLotu~e - "Roeal:Lo,, /~/~ t~e~Zt thatSe ~raotLoall¥ the ox,tt ma~eh fo~ "Yo~v lto3~Fwo04 Parade" t,mA~ht, but ~OuO nez~ ~ednosOe~. we'11 ~2ok I~ whoro ~e le~t o~ with ~nothe~ swe]A e~ootto~ of name a~O nUa~erx ~or 7ou ,.. ~et~e ho~t/ne, a~en8 o~hers8 HollywooA'e favorlte ~oreen e~£M buA1der, that g+.~.~O otter - FAwa~4 AraoIAJ With M:', A~nolO we'll meet leveZ¥ Ro~la TO~e, Wa..~I~ ~ros, et~lot toba0oo auot£oneor ... ~ th&t ~8~I ,. ~1~ HOpe .. w/11 be here ~lA. The~ of ~OUA~O the 01~ O~ar4 is otanAl~ b~n ~t}~ ,~ /lose~ Lens, ~aO+le~t Oh~be~s ano the ]~A~¥ 81~gers a~A tbO ~o~ 9, Xno£Ae~to~ ~hJ.e to L~ ~he nato~o o~ a £szswell pe~omaaoe~o~ ~o ~orbGte~n, ~ ~o~]~en8 ~eo hu hsa to bow out of the Pa~a4e beomse o~ the J~rows of his wez~ in motion p£ot~reo, X know we're all 8o1~ tO n~D h~ ... a ~reat ~eaOer e~ ~ ~ran$ go7 ....~e Zt'e J~-lo~ ~eo ... eaa the ve~ beet o~ 1~ek .,. ~t the baton w111 be l)asneA over to an O)LA frlen4 of 7o~to an0 wXne ,,, A1. 0oOO~0~, who ¥o~ e~re~y remo~er ~ow "Your ~t ~$e" ,o. At WLI1 bow ~ on the ne.~ PaA'sOe whloh ~A~.Z ~=asq ¥c~r A£/O. auto time nex% week, so 1oo~ ~0 <,,.u~++ ~.+,,~.+ '~,+.~+~+ +++ "e+ ~ +'e"" ~Po+,+el~t e~n~ Soo,aa/~ld, r,a..~, FI |'F~O 1 01900?4
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~]~ I'yOUR HOLLYWOOD }~J%RADE" OROI~STP~ & CHORUS: "HAPPY DAYS ARE ,~ERE AGAIN" ANNOU~OER: This is the National Broadoastin~ Company. I~ 1-i~0 "1 0190025
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I. AUCTIONEER HAPPy DAYS 3. YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE January 19, 1938 ROUTINE SHEET (8~D REVISION) POWELL (GEE BUT YOU~RE SWELL) 4, ORCHESTRA & LUCI<Y V (NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT1 5, BEHIND THE SCENES 6, POWELL (YOUtEE A SWEETHEART) 7, COMMERCIAL B° ORCHESTRA (I GOT RHYTHM) 9. ARNOLD (DRAMATIC) 10. CHORUS (NIGHT & DAY) Ii, TESTIMONIAL (ARNOLD) 19. STATION-BREAK 13. ORCHESTRA & LUCKY V (I DOUBLE DAR~ YOIT~ 14o HOLL~%V00D AT ITS BEST ~HEESHOLT~ 15. POWELL (THA}5[S A MILLION) 16° C O ',~ ,,,~ E E C I A L 17o ROSEI~!ARY LANE (TEE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU) 18o BOB HOPE 19. C 0 M i~! E R C I A L FINALE (OF THEE I SING) 21a CLOSING ANNOUNC EMEh~I~ HAPPY DAYS THFS~iE & BIGNOFF 45 45 46 45 9:05 3:35 2:30 6:05 4:45 10:60 9:40 13:30 3:40 17:10 9:10 19190 i0:00 e9:90 3:90 59:40 i:90 54:00 :55 34:55 " 4~1~ 41~B0 9:05 43:95 i:i0 44:85 ~:40 47:15 6:45 54:00 :50 G4:50 9:10 57:00 1:05 58:05 :40 58t45 t~r ;~o ? 0?90026
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g ANN Oln~ CER : AUCTIONEER: ANNOUNCER: "yOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" SCENE 1 (FROM NEW YORK) Listen $o the chant of the tobacco auctlonee~ (FADE IN CHANT)....FIRST SALE.....SOLD AMERICAN SECOND SALE .... SOLD AMERICAN THIRD SALE ..... (Ending with) All done -- COLD TO THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY (FROM NEW YORK) Naturally, the independent tobacco 6xpe~ta - llke the ~uetionee~ ~ou just heard -- know who buns what tobacco. With these experts - "with men who know tobacco host'~ -- itvs Luokles 2 to i" (CUE TO SWITCH: "with men who ~ow tobacco best" -- itls Luokies 2 to I) e ,~]'HO 1 0?9007?
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"YOUR HOI,LYWOOD PARADE" BOENE 0RC)rESTRA: "HAPPY DAYStt ~ANFARE ~i ANNOUNCER: Lucky Strike presents -- ORCHESTHA: "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE #S ANNOUNCER: I~YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" --- Starring Dick Powelll ORCH. & CHORUS: "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN"...THEME ANNOUNCER: "Y0[~ HOLL~;;OOD PARADE" -- brought to you by the manufacturers of Lucky Strike Cigarettess from Stage 9 at Warner BrothersT Studios --- one full hour of Hollywood Highllghts~ feeling the pulse of reality in the capital of Make-Belleve --- Reportlng the news, the glamour, the heart of Hollywood0....And here is your host - Dick Powell~ ( APPLAUSE ) PITH01 0190078
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ORC]{ES~RA: PO?~LL: CRC;~STEA~ LUCKY SE~rE?I: (REVISIO?~f SCENE 3 & 4 "YOT/R HOLLYWOOD PARADE" "GEE BUT YOU'RE SWELL",...ONE CHORUS.. • .FADE FOE: Good evenlngt a-~..d ho~'~ again from Hollywood .- 'Jell3 her~ we are again with a graad eollecticn of peop].e waiting to moot you tonight, among them that really terrific actor and general all troun£ good follow -- I.]dv.~ard A~nold .- He brings us one of his o~aftsmanllke pe?fcrrrmnces, and his "~m.failing sense of humor.-- Then among the lovelies therels Eosella Towne, ~ young . . Warner Brothers starlet -- For the laugh or two we p~omised -- Bob Hope is hers to dust off a few nifties for youp a:~d therets a return engagement of L, A. Riggs, the faz~ous Tobacco Aunts oneem -- The 01d Guard a<',aits your pleasure, v¢~th Eoseraary Lane, Dudley Chambers amd the Lucky Singers, The Lucky Seven, and our new maestro A1 Goodraan, loading the Lueky Strike Orchestra -- ~,~he aforementioned gentleman is ready --- so "here's how" with the t'~ne that landed in the Number 9 spot on Youm ?[it Parade last vIeok -- "]lice Uo~k If You Can Get It1~ ---- Okay, / A1 -- roll c "NICE UgRK :F YCU CAN GET IT" (APPLAUSE) F~I"HO 1 01900,"9
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(REVISED) Scene 5 Page i POWELL: SCHNITZER: POWELL: By... I. ~r%. P 0 W ELL: POWELL: "YOUR HOLLYWOOD pARADE" ANew for a trip behind the scenes in Hollywood;.,.Tonlght wolfe going to look into the workings of the Western Costume Company, an organization of great servloe to the motion picture industry, supplying as it does a huge addition to the s~udlos own wardrobe depart~snts~...l dropped into Western a few days ago to get fittings on some costumes for my new ploture, ~n~ Joe Sohn~tzer; one of two brothers who own the company, told me some In~erestin~ things about it....~m~Eot one of my oooaslonal brainstorms, 8nd thought maybe ~ might be interested in this portion cf Hollywood too .... So here he i8, lad~es and gentlemen, the head-man of Western Costume hi=s~if, Joe Schnitzer .... (APPLAUSE) Thank you Dick ...... Well Joe, I hope youlre up on your ~, because Itm going to put you over the Jumps ..... Okay Dick, I think I can take it .... Well what about your company.., in the early days I ~ean... Well to toll the truth, Dick, it ~vasnlt ~ company in the early days. Western was started in 191S, years before my time, by Lou Burns .... You mean the Lou Burns who~s head of Warner Bros. wardrobe department now? R]'HO 1 0190080
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@ 8CHNITZER: FO%','ELL: BCHNITZER: PO~ELL: SCHNITZER: PO~ELL: SCHNITZERF FOWELL: SOUND: PO~ELL: S~H.IITZs.~: POWELL: That ts Dick, Lou began by oostumlng the very early motion pictures .... cowboy and Indian films mainly, you know -- chaps and feathers.~-.Then as the industry grew, he and his company grew with it until, dn 1531 when he left it for Warners, he'd built Up a huge plant with several hundred employees, ~Itls ~ a cosy little place now~... Yeah, today we have 10 floors of space, a complete laundry and dry-cleanlng plant to clean and sterilize all costtm.es the minute they:re returned from the studlos, props, swords guns, enough uniforms for an army and..... Wh0aaa...enough uniforms for an army? Darn near, Dick, But if Itls Informatlon you want, and I know I~m not here for my personality, let's take a trip through the plant llko we did the other day when you ~ver~ here for your fitting. Great .... ~ see~...where'd we start? Well, hovPs for the Tailor shop - Okay, Joe. FADE IN ..... I.IACH IN ES oaaay. .... this is a ro~ll plant ya got here Joe - %'onder if they could whip mo up a little double-breasted model whil~ we're waiting. That qs easy. ,You should have seen those tailors knock out 26 costumes for FredPic March when he made !~Anthcny Adverse' at your studio ..... ~ow is Fred to - Easy? B1"~01 "0190081
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BOHNITZER: pOWELL: SOHNITZER: pOWELL: HCHN!TZER: tRD PERSCN : SCHNITZER: p O~,,' EI.L : SCH~IIZE~! PCWELL: 8unr,~ ¢ ZER. POWELL ( REVI BED~ 5- S Hols a lot of laughs, Dick; ..While hels being fitted, hetll pull in his stomach o~ th~ow out his chest to threw measurements off, then tell us we dcnlt know hey; to fit hi~...Hols one of our favorites, and one of our host Ir strutt ors", inoidsntally. that llngc,i All right, ~vhatls ~ "strutter"? To us "strutters" are the best actcrs,..those who get Into character the minute they get their costumes cn,.,Sort of try them out, I guess. Eddic Robinson is a terrific ~strutter", ~ sc is Paul }lunl. i imagine Paul v'culd get into character, evsn at a fitting. He~s the most painstaking actor I know. Yes, ho spent hours cn his fittings during "Zola" .... Excuse me, ~,n~. Schnltzer...I have the Dick Pc,well cowboy outfit ready. Could i h~ve your okay please, ~ Donlt waste your time cn me, gd,..herols Dick himself t(, pass ~... Hey - so thls is one cf the llttlo nu[nbers Itm to we-~ in "Dude Ranchertl, oh? Hmmmm,...And look at that 1C-gal1¢.~% hat..,~.~ Head lem off at the North Fork, boys, and Ii meet ya in ~uanyon by ~usk .... Ah& .... whols struttir~1 nc,'l? No foclin, Joe, thatls terrific .... I feel rough nnd tough alroady.,.Bu~ Joe (DRAWL),, .denlt I get Buck Jones Suro you get spurs, lctts g(. What,...mcre? Dick,.A f&noy ones, no spurs llko teo,..but 9cme cn /9 ]'HO'1 0190082
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@ POWELL: E~GI~ER: SCHNITZER: P[~ELL: S ?HNI~ Z~CR: PO, EL=, SCHNITZER: P]enty,..you havonrt seen the Jewels and swords yet... Then thcrels a fleer of g~ & floor of hats, shoos and caps, nnoZher f~oor of stook.,.~ the c~de? ~Dpa~tment. Th~t~s whore the Jobs come i~ fro~ %ho studio~ go to the research department for correct period detail, then to the nrti~ts who sketch out the cc~%umos if they're to be made ---(FADES) -- Then the orders go from the first fleer up thrcuch the tenth. L~tls go ~p there nov; a~d See how it };orks... Okay, Joe° ~CROSS PAD~) ell, how'd you llke the trip, Dick? Swell Joo.,.it was ~r~,t. Tho~ols on~ thin~, IthcuEh. On oze flocr...I t_,~nL St wa~ the sevcn~h...I s~z' 9ass offer case cf woddlng gowns. You carlo toll ~c you ~so all those ht tnoo Ir~ ~ SLO.nE. Dc you rout the~,~ 7 : Right .... I dc a big business in wedding ~cwns, for ploturos and ctherz, iso. Cth~rwi se~ Yes...Hollywood actrcsso~ are fond of oomlng up with "the br[d2]• gown my grandmother were"...For a few dollars i bought an olabt~tE !~71 outfit cOmplcto,..It's boon "~y grandmother's we~dln~ outfit" for many an actro~s~ Ahhh...aotln@ off ~hc screen as well ~s on, h~h? You think yo~Iro kidding? Lister; Dick, half my huzi~s~ i~ renting aDtcr~ costumes tc dross up in on their ~ays off .... for costume p~rtlos, I ~oan .... I~T ~01 0190083
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POWELL: POZ'ELL: S~HNL Z~R. ~3WELL: ~OWELL: (REVISEr) 5-5 ~'el~ '}!h~t with ~{o~ly~VC¢ils cmrre~t yon fo~ dr~s-i//D partle~, you ~hculd bo dolr.g all 1"Igh% thoro. Toll me, donlt they ever dcublo up thoi~ 9octume~ f(r parti~? Well, we try tc prevent that, rlok. On private partlcs we prcml~c r.bso!ute secrecy a~ t¢ ~thcr gue~tej .~D~tumo$, HOW about that ~cne With The Win£" party not s~ lon~ ago. LAuGL~., That ~.,es a hsnoy,~ Frank Morgan was the cn!y ~<.~n whc w,qnte[ t( g~ a[ a Bcuthern $olo~ol -- he wrapped it up perfoctly, oven tca oca3h an~ f¢,ur. ,,All tho rost of tho men wantel to g:. as Rhott Butler, ~O~Vhat "did you ~¢? I boat David Selznlok to the punch -- I ~ast the first mar. wh¢ nzpllod for the Job.~ Well Joe, -- want to thank you a lot for .~$mingAtcnight ~.nd tcl!ing us about your "" - ,u.tor~ Oostu~.o ~oc~.par.y, Ycu~ro icing a swell Job for the pigturo buslncs~ and i want t¢ wish ycu anti the boys the very best of luck, Thanks Di3k -- I on,eyed it -- N)w fill go home and h<~vc my brother toll me I llsgrncod the firm ¢.n %he air| GO ~dnigb~ ...... (A~PLA~.~E) I ~TMO? O? 9008~
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(EE~C~SED) SOEm~ 6 ORO][EZTRA: AI[NOUN,]ER: "YOUR HOIL~T~OOD PARADE" HIT INTRO TO POWELL NUt,IBER O}~E SONG..FADE FOE: Dick Powell and a musical highllght~..The song thatTs ~ight up there on Mr. and Mrs. Amerloats llst o£ favoPito8 -- Eumber (5) on Your Hit Parade %ast week -- "YOUIRE A 5'¢[I~ETtIEART J " POh']{LL .;~ ORCHESTRA: (APPLAUSE) "YOUIRE A S'"EETEEART". , (INBEiT COMME~ROIAL - SCENE q) RTH01 0190085
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POV;ELL : EIGGS: (REVISED~;~CENE 7 PAGE i~ "YOD]~ }!0LLY,~L)0D PARADE" Thank you. You know ~adio Is a wonderflxl thing - and to me some of the unstuag heroes of radio are the boys who dish out the sound effects. Imagine what a broadeastlng studio vlould lock llko if we had to bring a real t~ger in everytime we wanted a rca~ -. or a real airplane for elopement scenes. Yes, theyims mighty smart boy,~ those sound effects men - but therets ~n__~q p~oblem they havenlt solved yet -- the chant of the tcbacco auetionee-~. It just nan't be faked. Cnly a ~eal llve honest-gc-G¢cdness flesh-and-bleed tobacco ~cticnee~ oau produce th:.t pc~tieular weird series cf sounds -- Listen and you,ll ~ee why -- (S~HIT~E TO "IEr y~-,~K, (TWO SALES ~!~Ii~O ,IT= '~S~D TC /I{E A~,RIGA, TCP~AY~O ,. CO![PA[JY" ) (CUE TO SWITCH TO LOS A~'!GELE8) Yes~ that's a real tots.coo auotleneer, Dick. Hels ~b, Gcldsboro L. A. Riggs of / ~'erth Oarolina - and I think ~^~ a his weird ~hytb~,ic chc~nt. But everyoue's f..~,,..n, ted by I wc:]dei~ how ~uan3~ peo)31o know about the ~.en who ,.',~:.te hi~ music for him, ^s it were - the tobacco buye~ v,ho maL'e the blds which he roc¢~ds) ~;el].,{~h~ve~ ~ genema] idea that they f~llol,i h_•c. areund ~.t o.u~t~ons hut that's c~]?out all. Let me tell you about one of these buyers~ Dick. His name is Fl~ming - Reuben Glenn Fleming of Middlob'omy~ Nomth Carolina. Bo~n and raised on a tobacco farm, he beCame an independent buye~ cn the tobaceo r, mrkgt l0 yea~s ago. Sin~e tho.t time hc's bought about SBO0,O00 werth of tobacco. And, ~.s ~r. ~leming says himself - F~KMO 1 0190086
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% ANNOUNOEE j" QUOTE v "Thatls $200,000 of my own money - since llm an Indopondont buyer not connected with any clgnrotto oompany~ 8o you can ~oo why ItTs a matter of do!la~s and cunts to me to l~now tobacco. Well - I guess the fact that 7*m oatln6 rogularlx - and hrLvO boon for I0 yoams ~ shows 7 have ~ pretty fair idea of tobacco valuos~ And the fact that I smoke iuckios shows the mamo thing i~ my ~pSn!~n. But th~tf~ natua,~l fo~ ~c because I!vo Boon'Lucky Strike buy the finest tobacco the faPmoPs bring in" - END QUOTE - (SLIGHT PAUSE) ~. Flomlng knows tobacco . ho'a independent - and for his @m~ olgarottc hc chooses Lu6klos. And in thls he is ~yploal of many others for whon~ the chant of the tobacco auctionoo~ Is the day-by-day Score of thoi~ buslnoss. Swo~n records show th~b zmonz these Independent tobacco oxpor~ - b~yo~, ~,uctionoor~ ~n~ w~ohouBo~on - Luckio~ have over twice ~s man~ exclusive smokers as have all the other cSgarottos combined, In thc honest impartial opinioi of the men who ]~ow tob~coo best, It's Luokios ~" to i, • SO08P
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O ORCHESTRA~ ANNOUNCER: ORCHESTRA : (REVISED) SCEI:R O "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE," "I GOT RHYT}~4'I,. iHIT ~NTRO A}ID FADE FOR: A1 Goodman and the Luoky Strike Orchestra glvo a new twi~t to an old favorite -- "I Got Rhythm", from the Broadway show "Girl Crazy".... "I GOT RHYTHM".., .UP AND FINISH, ( APPLAUSE ) 9 Al'~07 0190088
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F O'/~LL : CRC]~STRA : (REVISED~OENE 9 PAGE l f~YOUR HOLL~%~t00 PARADE~I Very smooth, A1 ~-NQW for E~. Lucky Str~ke's guest of honor this evenin~ -- a sterling aoto~ and gran~ pe~son, Ed~a~d Ar~ol~L --~Some ti~18 ago, ~'hen we were disoussinK Eddie's appearance here on Zhe P~Pad¢, Eddie and 1 went fishing. The weathem was fine, She fishing swell -- in faot only one little thing orepped up to spo~.l our oomplete enJoymen$ of the t~ip -~ Thgt w~s E~dle~s passic~ fo~ sin~ing 'qqsleep In The Deep" at odd moments -- 1 ~ve'~\ got to the point whe?e I hoped he'd get seaslok, but the sea was calm and Eddie kept right on oroonlng -- So tonight I donrt ~ow whether to introduce Edward A~nold to you as an acre-~ o~ a doubtful basso, Eight at the moluent, heI~ an acto~, appea~lu~ lu an ai~.d~au~ called "Swami", by ~roh Oboler -- He is assisted by Roseola Towne, one of Warner Brothe~s up and eomlng yot~gste~s,-- The plot -- well, let's get that eumtaln up first -- Ladles and gentlemen, Edward Arnoldl (AFPLAUgE) I,IUSI OAf C L~T~I~I L HTH01 0190089
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POWELL: "YOUR HOLL~2YOOD PARADE'~ Seene 9- Page 2 Jauu~r~ 19, lg3g The place is a dinner party b~iug given in the C~rter ho~ne in honor of the engagement o£ young Frank Oart~r to ~ve the scene is on the ver~idah of the house. Under a star-swept sky sbands the young, engaged oouple. Frarkis speaklng.. FRANK : Happy? EVE: The happiest live ~ver been. FRA~K: Oh, 11~i so pleased the family liked you~ Even Aunt Agatha - and she ha~nlt liked anything sln~e Bull Run. EVE: (LAUGHS - THE~! SIGHS) ~ If only my father could have been he1~o , FR~i'iK:Yes, ~:othor was asking about h~m. I explained a~out his business trip. Awkward^It should have come ~ust at this time. EV~: Yes, I wanted him to fly here to Boston, but it see~Led to bo out of the question. Poor ~, he's so busyl FkA~iK~ 0h, well, i suppose therelll be plenty of opportunities fo~, him ar.d the family to get tosether, before the weddinG, Shall we go out and ~oin the others? W~'ro all going to have our fortunes told by the Swami Yogoda EVP~: (L,%UGHINGLY) ~Ja~o in the %'orld ~s he? FRlt:bi~ Don~t toll me you -~--~" heard of the Swami Yogod~? EVE: I certainly hav~ not ~ Who is he? I~1~01 0190090
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~'R~ < "~ EVE : FR~J~K: EVE : NR. BAR~ES : Oh, some Hindu f~kir whoTs quite the rage here in town for the last season - solves problems, looks into the future, and all that sort of nonsense. Terrific fraud but quite amusing, ~ha~c-t~° Oh, oh~ therels gran~other waving at me! I better run along and see what she ~ants~ All right, dear. ITll wait out here on the veranda, That's fine. Don't get a chill. (FADES) Illl be right back. (SIGHS) Oh, what a g~orious night! I wonder if -- I bog you~ pardon, mem sablb| EVE : ~,:R. BAHXES : EVE : LR. B.\HL]£S : EVE: !.!R. BAhl ES : EVE : L?S. BAR;[ES : Oh! Oh, you startled me) A thousand pardons, nlem sahib~ I did not see you ~tandln~ here alone on the balcony. If you w~ll excuse -- No, wait. You're the fomtune-teller - I mean the sw~!i, aren't you? Yes, mem sahib. I am the sw~ni Yogoda. Oh, I knew you wero~ Your turban is ~o white even here in the darkness. Irm Eve ~s - won't you tell n,e my fortune? (STARTLED) Your - your name! Would you say it again, please? Eve L~do yo~ know me? (NEHVODSLY) NO, no, I do not know you l (FADING SLIGHTLY) If mem sahib will pardon me -- FIT~O 1 0190091
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EVE : MR .BARNES : EVE: ~R. BARNES : EVE : MR. BARITES : EVE : MR. BARNES : EVE: NR. BARNES : EVE : 9-4 No, wait! You eanTt run away llke that. (SHARPLy) Youlre here to entertain the guests, arenlt you? (IN FULL) Yes, mom sahib, but --- Then eutertain me. I want you to tell my fortuneX But - but it is too dark to read the crystal. Oh, n% at ten'to There - the moon's coming out from behind the clouds - in a moment itrll be almost as bright as daylight...there, you see? Itts like a spotlight shining do~ on us| Now will you ° (GASPS) Oh~ (SLO~%Iy) The moonlight i_ss bright... (EXCITEDLY) NO| YOU eantt be' You canltl do not understand what you are talking about, I - I'm sorry. I - for a moment, I thought - you see, you look just llke my father: I - i am the Swami Yogods. If I may 6,0 -- ~ No, wait. There's such a marked resembl~noe - it:s almost unbellevable~ Of course you~ skin i_~s da~'ker - but the same eyes, the foreheads the nose - why~ you even - (SHOCKED) - Oh, no~ What is it, Mere sahib? qhst scar~ That scar on you~ chinl 0~ fathel,, at ~s you.r I know it Is~ Buts mem sahib,r I assure you I am the Swami Yo~oda: That scar on your eh~n - the one you ~ot in the war~. Ch, 4~, it mu~t be you.I RIH01 0190092
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EVE : T~~) 0Sahlbt there must be seals mlstake, Y o~ a .s~rpPise. Yo~ wanted~'~9. %~, so you pu-[ on the Swami, s clothes...And~Frank - FrankI s ~n-~o.~$~too r ^ ~- . 0~father, ~~ei~e.~-eee~and talk to reel I~R.BARI~ES! (FROM NOV¢ ON HE IS PLAYED PERFECTLY STRAIGh,~?) AI~--~q~@T- nve7. "Father, you are a naug[%~y boy| Hero I was foel~.ng so sox, ry~ ~?~'7ou~co~l~dr-' t be h~re tonight, .Now ~, co~f~ on; darling, we .LI go fin~manM aDO tell ~Im h0n~qulokly~ saw t~'~oug)l ITia S ClUe1, ~dln~ ,~6 ~,:~i: (DOUBTFULLY) You've not? ~don't understand? fiR.BARNES: I - i really am the Swami Yo~oda. EVE: Father.r What ar,¢ you saying? W _ _ <. III.B.~.~.~ All these yoar~' l~ve kept out of your way. I dic,n~t kno~ lhoee people v~oro your friends or I nevo~ would have Oh, fathar, plee~e - ?;;lease stop teasing me; EVE: But - but you faust be foolingl " You're a busin*ss ::~,an - . a--~ek~4 Why, bt:oi.: hom~ yourve got an ~ffle~; P ~1"~01 0190093
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tr~ EVE: MR. BARNES! EVE: XR. BAR~iES : EVE : I,(R. ~ ARIiESI i' i!, Yes, an offlco - an office that Iiv~ kept all these years Just so you wouldnlt ~alow aboub - about this. (BEGINS TO CRY) Oh, no; (CRIES) Pleas%~~ Youfvc got to listen to me; (CRYING) DonSt touch me~ Oh, how could you do this M~-~A4JS-I@ to me? Bocaus~ I love you, m>Z dear, You call that love? All these years being so proud of you, and all this time youTve been nothing hub a horrible fraud, Oh, father, fatherI how could you? A fraud: Fraud .... T~mt~ia little harsh, my child, Tb~otss what youlw~' boon - a fraud - ~ cheat - fooling people into bo!iovlng that you wo~o a Hindu mNstic, that "'on co~l~ look into the future. : But IIve done sem_~o good, daughter, If you only kno%, of the ~@d with mN advise; ~Tm~t a ~nisornblo defense| You aronlt an oriental r~ystlo~ Yo~II~o just plain Eorbort ~ ~,y ~o.tho~ the :~,~ I used to b~ SO proud of~ grld ;]OV¢ I despise you~ I ~ucss I canlt blame you much~ but I did it bocaus{~ ¢£ you. (SCORNFULLY) Boe-~use of m~o? Oh, how oan you say tl~.tl his family? '±~oy'rs an old family, an honorable family - who t~ll they s~G" ;hen I toll them that my father is P faker~ a swlndJor, a zmn in ~ whltc turban who tolls fortunes for monoyJ b ~TH01 ; 0190094-
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9-V - EVE: ;,Z~. BAR!lEg : EVE: 2~. BARNEB: (SLO~%LYJ Yos, I . wonlt llko that, I guess you~ frlonds - people like these - Youtve ruined ~uo, and I h!:tc yous and I never want to see you again as long as I llvo - y?u hear ~? As lon~ as I llvoJ All right. I - I guoss I ~ blamo you/~. I gUess youlve got a right to say the things youlro sayln~. (TEARRULLY) DonIt talk to me| Please go| No, wait. If I~m not going to see you agaln~ youlvo got to listen to me ~ust once more, I guess I~m overythlng you said I was - a swlndlorS a fakera and all the rest. Yet it Isnlt easy for a father to hear those words from his ovnl daughter,s llps, Oh, ~o away~ ]{o~ first I want you to know why I did it. It qll started when your mother died, Oh, ploase~ Youlvo got to listen. I never told you how she dlod~ 41d~? Your mother was very beautiful... just llke you are tonight out here in the moonlight...and I ]eyed her more than I~ve loved anyone but you. She died right aftsr you were born~ %rid she dlod b~oauso I dldn~t h~vo enough money to give her the doctors, the oare she needed, But 7ou told no -- b 8THO? 0?90095
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' BA~¸]ES: ZVE: 9-8 ~T ~ea ~al i told ~ou . sto~ie~| £ ~uade .~.b all nice and glean and muooth for your ear@, b~t thatls really wh~ she died - because I was a failure because I couldiilt ~ake the few mise~iable dollars that would have kepb her. alive ; Oh, no When they took heP away f~om me, when ~ oouldn:t even pay for a little bit of ground in whloh to bury he~, when i stood ther~ With yo~ ~ l~y Gry~is~ ~r,d ioy e~'es 8o filled with tears i couldn,t even see her for the last time before they tool< he~~ awaN, i swerve to ~uysel~^tnat you 'uoul(~ never knew the mlsery she knew because of me. I told ~lyself you would alw.qys have ~ fmnest ap.d the best of everything for ~no r~,~t of ~our lile,(k.tWTEkLY) Ye~2~, thatls .chat i said,c.~-.)~ for nineteen yc;~.e~, youlvo ,~* had it - th~ best 6]othes, the best school.s, the b£,st fricnOs,and ~, cot them for you the only way i 1.q~-e',~ how| Oh, fc.ther|~'-~g'~.~' D'~'n~t loo!< at ~;;e l~ke thatl ~ l~vo been : :C.~:.ud, but ~ tell ~ou it was the only way I know b.ow to ~:mke other :a.ll do - s~ocks~ ~nd h~Ids, r~nd bJ.Po D~ai}es[~. 'tl(:l!~ o, hug~ &l~'~ prayed to Hcaw, n yould never find outl Bilt- but ~'o~i ~lUgg have kl]owll *~h.a~'~- gospel~ of ls.~<-~'. ," would find out! R'I'..~01 0190096
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LV~ !~VE : 9 . ~,~EJ,~b: 9-9 Yes. ~ knpw that, but I hoped theft when th~..t day did come ~ybe yould undez~st~d, and oven if you d~dnlt, I always slid to *u~solf that the d&7 ~'ou saw me as I really was, Itd ~-~ik right out Of your llfe ~d ~,ould never see zLe or be bothered %,Ath ~le again. I nevo~, thought youTd r~oognize ZLe, but now that you haw~ - oh, listen to ~e, Eve - you oanlt let this n~uke any d~ffe~,o.nce, Youlve got a whol~ life in front of ~ott - those nice ~eeple, out there - that yot~g f~llow - you're not going to lose them now becaus~ of me - you can____~t lo~,e them, But, I-- lie, no, let me f'in~Sho itts !lob ~~o~ ~ late - noboiy knows about th]s but you and me - nobody ~'~e-d~know! II ll walk out - fill dlsaiG~ear . ~:~u c~tn ;~jet married ~,i:d be } apl;~ ... and J f youl~e happy, Illl be IJappV too. ~ ",o, no, my child,~ l~m not r~orth it, i tell you~ ZIz~ not ~o~th ~t~ Tou~ve go~ to hold stead~ - youlve gob to litton to ~e| ,'v, a couple of' ull~l~t~8 SO]~tOc~@l].l he c~ hel, e looklnS i'o~, 7ou, ~n~d ~,,ou~ve Got to looL" ~r~t}, Youll] z~cver be bothe~,ed with ~ • ,ae again, llaybe so~.ue day t,he'4 youtve got children of you:~ own youIll lo:]e sO'.ae of' t.h6 c.a~t<iupt you've got ~.n your heart fez, ~=te l~ow, and when that day oo.~es, r,~aybe somehow Itll kno, t and I~ll be nappy. (Bi~oi~l<L3ft~oodb~e, my dea~ :~e ha-~py • ay daughter, ~)'~01 019009?
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BARNES : (2}~) REVISTOIf) 9 - i0 HelS ooming| Your fianoels EVS~ let E~e' Let 60 of my armZ coming out he@e| Ho mustnlt find us together| me go| EVE: (UP) Frank, come here | 0ome heret qulokly ! FRANK: (IN FAST) Yes, Eve | What is it~ WhatJs happenecl? BARNES: No, no ~em sahib - please, I h~vo told you your £ort~lue - now please let me 6o - it is best I go - - EVE: NO - stay | Frank| FRANK : Yes ? EVE: Frank - ~ ,... I want you to meet ..o (PROUDLY) my father | MUSIC TI~IUN PHANT ( APPLAUSE ) 81"X01 0190098
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POWELL : CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA : (REVISED) SCENE i0 "YOUR HOLLY~00D PARADEr' Thank you, Edward Arnold -- once mor~ you~m~ shown us what a truly fine actor you are -- And thanks, too, Rosella -- you were ~ -- Nov, thato~, drama department is safely tucked away for the moment -- comes time again to consider a spot cf music -- At thl~ point Ilm Just about up to my neck in sopranos and baritones - these compr.lsing o~ Lucky Singems -~ Dudley Chambers, who shephards the gmoup has mad~ up a little thing out of his cv~ head -- a speolal arrangement of one of Cole Porterr~ cont~Ibution~ to your list of a]l-tlme favorites --"Night and Day".~ l "NIG}~ AND DAY" L BTH07 0190099
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,i~r/ ARNOLD : FOY~LL : ARNOLD: POWELL: ARNOLD: POWELL: ARNOLD: ?O';I~LL: "ARNOLD: PC?.~LL: ARNOLD: FCWELL: ARNOLD: PCWELL: ARNOLD: (REVISED) SCENE II.TESTIEONIAL "YOUR HOLLYWOOD : , PARADE," D~dley+ ~ ~r~ .- n~w th~t~s what I call sing, lng;' Oh Dick ... ~2fes, ~. Arnold-- That slr~Ingwas vemy good ~~m~-ef-- t~a&~ Pe~sohally I --- NOW look Eddie , youi~e not going into that "Asleep In The Deep" mou~iue again, are you? Of co~mse not. ISING$ LOb~) "Many hrav~ hearts ame asleep in the deep - so bewaret etc." M Sounds llk~ you've practleed a little since y~ that f. Rut .r~o~--em~hl---Na~be--we~d ~ette~ak~ .ane~h~-~'~h~/-~ (LAUGHS) Anytime you ~Tlke, Dick -- as long as I can fit # it ~n between picture shootlng~ Take yo~ picture work pretty semlously, don't you Mm. Arnold? That isn't in the natt~ce of a ~Ib - is it Dick? {rhea it;s piott~ce~maklng time fom you, I donlt notice you galavantlnF ~iI over So~ther.~ Cailfo~nla, (LAUGHS) Youlre right, Eddie. Remember that old Holl~vo<x expression: "All play an,d no work doesn't make Jack~' -- o1.. (C!IUOKLES) And don.t forget that old Brown Derby slogan: "The mer.e reels, the more meals|" 6 b. Hey - youlre making mefnervous -- you haven,t got a couple of sandwiches ~n y~ur pocket? (LAUGHS) No, I havenlt -- bu~ -- but here'-- v~ a pack 191-;~10 1 0190100
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,., D a~10L POWEDLs ARNOI~: POWELL : 2,, .~OLD. AR:[OLD: PO'YELL : .L.& £(.#i;d ARNOLD TEST] ~ONIAL . SCEI~E Ii - 9 5p~on like e. ~uo p~l, E~diO A~nol~, If ~ dICLn1$ happen to know that you're really a 10@% Lucky smoko~ - l'd think that Was a frame-up. 1~ramo-up? Dick, !Ivo smoked Luckios for olght years - and live gotten s whale of a lot of ploasD2o Out of them toc. Do you mind camry~ng on, F~ddio - Why? Tha$1s easy -. my t~moat. Sust think back a minute to wha~ wc v,,o~o saying about ha~d wo~k in plot~k?os - and yet1111 see very easily what i moan. You moan that in talking pictures an acto~~ is only as g¢od as bls voloo~ Exactly ... You know darn wol~ that in our business ~t~s not a matter of taste alone. We'Ve [:ot to pick a c. ocrctto th~t~s GaSF on thp throat too. Tnatls I why I pick Iuckios. T~cy suit my taste and they suit my tbmoat, Eddic, that certainly says a lot for Luokios. Well, I':~ vcry glad to pass it along. Good nighS, Dick. Oood ni:~ht Eddic -l'li o-~.ll }-ou for that fishing t~Jo. t-(2. { i Fll"~O 1 0190101
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,% ANNOUNCER: 0RC~STRA: A :::OUI:CEH : LUC~£ 7 AIiD 0RO}~STRA: (3RD REVISIO,~ Soonos 12 ~ 13 ~'YOUR HOLLY!~OOD PARADE" YOur IIoll~lood Pa~ado ~ontSnuos ~n Just a moment, p "LUCKY DAY" o. o Back to YOU~ Holly~ood Pa~d~, starring Di~k Powol1| With Rosemary Lane, The Luoky ~ngers, the Lucky Sevon, A1 Goodman and ~ho Luok~ S%~ike Orohostra~ and oum guests of the evonlng -- Bob Hop% L. A. Riggs, the famous ~oba~o au~tloneer~ Ro~lla To~,~e -~ and Edward A~nold ... The Luoky Strik~ Orchestra and the Luoky Seven s~a~t tho Parade moving again with a current favor~$e -- "I Double Dar~ You~ -- Nt~ube~ i0 on ~ou~ Hit Parade last ~eek| ~II DOUBL~ D~I~ YOUI~ L 19T~401 0190102
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gOtO6LO t0~41~4 ~oq~out~ q:ogq~T~q oil%S1 ~ u~o:W q~a~oq sSq u: ~evrcIj o::~ cV ~e~-%~q Jo u¢oq oouoy~odxo XZuo ~oyq^~ u~-~.~o~Io~ c~:[ ~o ~ ~ou~:pi ,,, pooti~:IOH u~, owoq u~.-poAII ~ou~ g~ u~ eaTj uodo u~ o~oJoq po$~o~ ~$uolaolll X,IOA ~qg g~ 2[:q~qo,:d cs~ OH ~-IOd ~:~Y'~ ' ' " 019LIII ¢IHqOI~0X0V£{ 7fl~O~4S ~II0 ~lYlLq{~ pu~ OA~¢([ "~UTpUUgCaopun ¢£~OU~Z "'' u~Ta~gTU~a~nq onag ~ ~': oq ~q r, AoI pt[~ aou.~ oq~ osoq$ o~ ~ooq m~q o~ni~ eli o~n~ooq gou ~U~[ "'* ~doaq~u~y~qd pu, a~t~o: ~ooq 'ao~aa ¢ot[,~. o~ot~ -- SUO~T$~O Ss~ ~,OU~[O~AOK JO OUO O$ pa~t~V ~,~([VEVd fl0OA~'I'EOH HD.OX,~ 0
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P O~ELIJ: (cont'd) P 4m (~ND ~WISION) 14-2 They met in Montreal, Canada in ~915, where Jean He~-~%~e~ had Journeyed to appear in Danish drama, and they fell in love• Jean~ who had heard of the new American ~ee~ colony where money ran like water, left fo~ Hollywood to make his fortune. This dream vanished in the reality of a fifteen dollar a week job as an extra -- but h6 sent for his fiancee just the same, and they were married. aa.~qaeian{~%~, Jean vlorkod hs~d~ durin~ the fifteen ~Z hoartbraakln~ years that follo~,~@d. ~al]y times h6 ~%~ success, but bcoaus~ of osrcl~ss ¢sstin~ -- was tb/,o'.vn back into obscurity a~aln ... Then, a couple of years a~o~ Darryl Zsnuck of Twentieth Century-Fox rodlscovc~ed Jean Hcrsholt, ~avo him the title role in "The Country Doctor" and brought Joan success which nov! will be pormenc, nt ... 5!he very humanness of th~ man found ~ts place in the hearts of millions -- and I ~ucss, if we wonted a n~me fo~ him~ ~I~I~dc~ll him our "country doctor"...for h~: ha~ the same qualities of kindliness, courage and ~ndoP~tanding that have ~;mde country doctors all owr tbc world a vc~y part of the lives of m¢ and you ... H~ is a l~adc~ in the come,unity in "~;hich hc lives, activ~ in u h~lf-dozen so,vice clubs and bon~volent societies 0.. He is one of the founders of a home for the ac~ed~ ~naintaining it with his time and ~I"NO~ 0190~04
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(Contld) ORCHESTRA: (2ND REVISIOR) 14-3 ~WG~c human ~ido of 3can Horsholt is best ovldenccd by an incident connected with the fJlming of that plcturo which gives us our name for him - "The Country DostorTr... Soon confessed this to me hlmsclf, with a guilty smile on his face ... Hc stole somcthlng ... That somothlng was a little wooden whistle upon which all of the Dionnos cut thclr first teeth. I~'c hlz !u-~-~y ;~g--- ~h~s~P~ve ~s e n di.r~G .t h~.~bablo s ~i f-ts ,,o f~ strl-bu.t~on~.~ ~nd Irm sure that if Doctor Dales hears of this thcft~ he111 smile, for that htuuan quality is unlvcrsal alnong country doctors...Jcan Hersholt and his wife llvo today in a rambling, livable he,it hero in Hollo;codw whore the small and the great 6ethcr -- attracted by the un:scuming s~mplicity and grest heart of thclr host .,oSomc place I rend this -- Irl am a man -- and ~;hatewr concerns humanity is of interest to me" ... Cert~,tnly this describes Joan Hersholt -- as you sec him on the screen, and as hi ~oally ~s ... ~e in this l~nd of movlc-maglc arc proud of our "Country Doctor" ... To us, h¢ typlfics "Hol]~Iood At Its BestI' . . • MUSIC UP AND FINISH. ( APPLAL'SE ) P ~ 7"~0 "/ O?BO?O-~
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• ~r , , PO;~ELL. POt FELL & ORCHESTRA : (?.ND REVISIOH) ,5oe~e IS "YOUR HOLL~V00D PARADE" Thank }'ou ,,, you k~o%'s when Jean vas~Oou/%t~y Doctom" I was making a pioture Galled "Thanks A %~illlon" at tho s~ue studio, He used to d~op ovor o~ the ~ot and oha~,,~_alld ho often said he liked ou~ theme song. So horo it is ~4~ I'THANKS A }IILLION" ( APPLAUSE ) (INSERT CO~ERCIAL - SCENE ].6) ~TH01 O190706
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T, Scene 16, page i Tk~nk you - thank you ... And now Itls about time fo~ that sixty seconds of happiness that comes to every announcer.... Hey - Is there an announcer in the house? ANNOUNCER: You bet there is Dickt PCW~LL: ~Bcb - youTre on ... ANNOUNCER:Here ~n Hollywood, the film capital, voioes mea~ oKree~s,., and the sta~s ~ust take the best possible care of valuable t~oats, Edward Arnold, for example, has ~orked steadily before the soun~ camera almost every day for the last nine mcnths. Thatls hard work - ~nd especially so as his roles are forceful and vigorous, It's easy to see that Edward Arnold has te be careful of his t~-eat. And so, as he told you tcnlght, he smokes Luckies ... has smoked them for the last eight years. Now herels why Edwar~ Arnold ... and you ... and a%~y. smoker will find Luckies easiest on the throat. The exclusive Lucky Strike process "It's Toasted" removes certain irritants present in all tobacco - even the finest. With these irritants out, smoking becomes a greater pleasure. For you can en~cy the full flavor of Luekies~ choice center-leaf tobaccos without fear of throat irritation . So next time you buy cigarett~r follow Edward Arnold's example, Ask for Luckies. FI ]-HO 1 0190"~ O?
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(REVISED) Scone 17 ~ "YOUR HOLL~VOOD PARADE" POV/ELL: And ne'er, fit as a fiddle and vibrant as anyShlng, comes Rosemary Lane to sing fo~ you..,,Evenlng, Rosemary. LANE: k Evening, Dick. POWELL: Rosemary, ~ou look ~sha~p tonight.. LANE: Thanks, Dick -- b~t after all, itls Just a matter Of diet. PO?!ELL: Diet? You diet? }Vhy, thatls ridlculous...The other nisht at the Brown Derby I saw you devour a piece of melbe toast.. LA}TE: Well, Iill admit IAindulged a bit. PO?,fELL: And then, ~vith these very eyes~ I saw you eat not o~e -- but three olives...~e~ and then you tore into a piece Of lettuce.~anTt kid me, RoseF~ary, a girl wh01s on a diet doesn't gorge llke thatJ LANE: Row Dickl l:m on a diet, honestly, i PO!%~LL: @~..B~@ do me a favom, will you? Tell me why you girls go for that diet stuff. LANE: ?fell, I want to be sli.~...So IIll be p0pula~. PO~YELL: Popular! What dlffereno~ does ~ make? It only means that you go out with all the Toms, Dicks and Harries. LAUE: Well, thatls better than sitting at home with the Uilllesl PO'~%~LL: Okay, Rosemary, it's your honor, so carry on....Ladles and gentlemen -- Rosemary Lane, one of the gi~is ,,,the can look a calory straight in the W.tamin and sa~, no, sires "The Very Thought Of YOU". LANE AIID CROHESTP@~: I'TH-E VERY THOUGHT OF YOU" (APPLAUSE) L ~THO? 0190108
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POWELL: (FINAL REVISTON) SCENE 18 I~YOUR HOLLYJOOD PARADE" ~Now, ~f~er a lock behlhd the soenes and a glimpse of some of the pe~.sonalities of Cameratown, let's take a look at tb~ fuu s~de of Hollywood with that gentleman, scholar, and student actor o~~ "The B~g Brosdoast Of 1938" .~ Bob Rope,, o (APFLAUSE) .... ,..,,,~,~o., ~, .~INSERT BOB HOPE SPOT.,.°,?..,,.,, ............. L
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'Z' NK YOU ... YOU ... ",,. ', X0 ALL F~,fl BUT P~BO/~,LLY "rtM PRE~ TIRED TONIGHT LADLE8 AND OENTLE~EMp ALL AFTERNOON lIVE BEEN 8LAVING OV]?~. A HOT 0OLP BALL,,, I WENT DO~ TO EKING GROSBYwS GOI2Y TO~AIIENT AT D~ ~ O~ THE ~'EEK END, IT WAS WONDERFUL,,, ALL THE BIG STAR9 OF GOLf, ~AGE AHD EOBEEH ~FERE T}IE~E. EVEry TI~E SOmEbODY ~LLED FOR~j BX~G HANDED OUT ANO~ GIUAR •, * EDDIE 0AHTOR THE SULT~ WA8"~ HE DIDNIT PLAY, HE*S 5TILL POUTING **, HE~8 LEAR~IEO HOW ~O PLAY BI,~!~O * * • ~'UT I'~ NOT GOING TO TALK ABOUT OROSE~ AND 0ANTOR ANY ~O~E* 5'HEY*V~ ~ BOTH B~EN KIDDEN ENOUGH .,. BUT IT WAB~A HWELL GOLF TOUP~AME~T* I PLAYED, I ~ENT AROUND WITH LOHETTA YOUN&~ BOY WERE HER CLUBS R~AVY ... ~U? THE TOUHEAME~T ~AH DELA~'I~ FOR AN SOUR ONTffE ~I~ST DAY. ONE OF THOSE ~UIOL~E MOVIE 00HPANIE8 WA6 IN ~ ~AND ~A? ~IAKINO A DESERT PICTURE .,° EDGAR HEROE~ WAS THERE HE PUT C}~RLIE MCOA~IY ON ~ 0U~S E~F,E ~I.qILE HE pLAYED, HE DID)~T K~O~ THE Otq ~L%O A WOODEH LE%, BEFORE EER@E~ OAME BAOK IT STARTED TO ~AX~ A~D C}~A~L~E H~D TA~EH ~.OOT, ~T OOE5 TO H]{OE 3L'O~ I~OW THAT LITTLE FELLOW @ROW~ ON PEOPLE °.. AS A ~ATT~ OF FAOT THIS • EATHE~ ~AKE8 HIH ~OZ ~ FAST THAT BER~E~ HAB TO RAVE RI~ PR~IED EVERy T~O ~E~MS ... X FLAYED GOLF DOWN THERE~ I ~H YOU 0ob~D HAVE SE~N I~E KIT THAT ~ALL, I ~IHH I GOULD HAVE SEEN IT. ~ TURNED TO THE CADDZ, J~D SAID, ~OU ]FJfT BE THE ~.ORHT aADD~ IN THE WORLD, AND HE SAID, ISEtT T~AT A 0OINOIDENOE ... THERE ~A5 A DENTIST PLAYING IN OUR FORESOME~ HE WAS CUTE, EVERY TIME HE GOT ON THE GREEN TO PUTT HE ~'oLrLD LOOK AT THE HOLE AND ~A~ OPEN A LITTLE WIDE~ PLEASE .,, AFTE~ ~HE TOUNA~E~T X ~E~T OVER TO BIRG UROSByIS , WAll ~ 1-.'~01 O190~ 10
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BOBI (CONTIDo ) 150ENI 18 - ~'age ON LASTJUrY WAS JUST 00MXNO IN ,., AS ~g PABSF~D ME RE SAID • S %~A~B BA~TA A~TA, I SAID NO T~X~ ZS DEL }~R.$ £.h'D HE SAID ll~'~ DO YOU LIKE THAT T~.FPZO OOP ,,.B~T ORE %~{1~ I LIK~ ABOUT THE HIO~;AYS OUT HERE ARE THE OFE~ BAR~EOD~ £TANDSm WHE~KE YOU CAN DI[I% IN A]~D PAT WXT~ODT L~WLVINO yOBI% ~. I D~OVE IN Oh~ ON MY WA~ BAOK FRO&q DEn MA~% A/~D I FORGOT ~'0 ?UT o~ MY ~(AF/~H, ~TgS T}~ FIRST d TIME I EVER SAW A BA~EOUED PORTIad ,,, XT WAS 0~;~ OF THOSE OO}~81MAT~S~ ~EOUE AND OAS S%~ATIOH~. N:£OE PLA~E ,,, :~'HA~) A ~T~.AK T}[AT ~A.~ MAE)~N(} A GO~/~AOK SO ~ GALLED T{{E WAITRESS OY~ AND SA~D ~T~.~ ~T::'A~ I'~ A LIT~'SE TOU~|". SHE SAID "OH IIM SOK~ WE F~.~)UT TO ?A~;~ TIIE HARNESS OF~". Z~ WAS A NICE ~ ~{0~ ALL EXCEPT T~{~ IA~.I,~K, I SAIl) ~X HATE TO BE PICKY B~ TH~8 ~X~ ~S DLU~:" A4D S~ ~AID "CAM I H~LP IT IF TI[~ O0'~ WAS ~ARRMINO A TUROH?" W~ILE ~ ~A9 ~AT~, A IlORSE WAND~,RED OVER TO ~?~ OAB STOOD }!T~HT ~XT TO m~,. T~{~ ,;AZTKESS WAL~'~D OV~a ~ LOOKED A~ T}l~ ~O)~S~ ~'J{Zl{ SH~ LOOi~D A~ ~ I SA~D "WHAT ARE MOU I~)OKXR(}~T" A]~D SHE SAID ~C~{ I~a SO {~I~%1) YOU TALKED I D~DN~T K~NO~ W~ 0]~ TO OIVE T[~ ~HE~K TO" ,,, AH~; TI{E HORSE L~KED AT ~ AND SAID "IS TiIIS SAHTA A~ITA# AND ~" SAID "NO ~IS IS I~OLL~WOO~)~ ~ }|E SAID "HO~; DO YOU L~KE ?I~AT ~AFFXO OOP •,. IT'S ~ETTI~G BO YOU OA~*T TRUST A~ODY" .., A~ ~ ~A~ LEAVIE~ "~ '~LD T[{E~ TO ~EE ~SAT k'Y CAR HE~DED, AND THEY ~A~E IT A HA~[/ROER BY MXSTAXE ... THE HOTO~ DOT I~DIGE~TIOH, 50 I DAVE IT SO)~E BI~O)IA~I~ ,*, ~) I Fa%V]~]¢~T HAD TO B~ ~AS YO~ T~EE %E~KS*,, WHE~ I DKOV~ OUT OF TEE PLAOE I LO'JK~D ON THE BACK SF~AT. ~ WA8 A G~ WAL~INO UP ~D DO~ "~ITH A SIOE ON .., X SAID ~W~IAT ~ YOU DOIN@ BAOE ~]K~tl~?~ A~D HE SA~D .., "YOU JUST A EON-UHIOM HOT DO~ A~D I#M FIOEETIH(~ YO%~ STOMAOH .., BUT X ENJOY IT HERE IN HOLLYWOOD, I ~A~E A BR~RER HERE ON THE OOABT. WELL.P;% ROT EXAOTLY O~ TRE ~OA~T, ~tB A. LITTLE OFF THE OOA~T ,.. AT ALOATBA~ ,, HE WAS A NIOE KID T~0"~; RTH01 0190111
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]3OB I ( 0 ON T ' B • ) q BOENE 18 - Page S ALWAYS JJADE SWELL MONEY . .. HAD A LITTLE TROUBLE PASSING IT •.. THE RVo&BON THEY 0AUGHT HIMa HE TEA~ UP WITH A 8ENTIHENTAL COUNTERFEITER WHO INSISTED ON PUTTING HIS OIRL*B PIOTURE ON THE TEN DOLLAR BILLS , ,, HE ~S AN EAR FOR MUftI0 SO FOR 0HRIBT~AS I SENT HIM A MUSICAL SAW ... BUT THE WARDEN DIDNtT LIKE THE LAST EIGHT BAP~ HE PLAYED . .. SO TO PUNISH HIM THEY TOOK HiS BATHING SUIT AWAY ... I BAVEN~T SEEN HIM FOR THREE ~ ~OME OPTION TI~E ... EVERYTHING IS OPTIONS OUT HERE ... YOU KNOW. WHAT AN OPTION IS ... A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN ON PAPER o.. MOST AOTOHE WORRY ABOUT OPEIONS BUT THEY DONtT BOTHER ME. HAHA ... THE STUDIO I A/f WORKING FOR 18 TAKING OARE OF ME. THEY ~OTg A PIOTIn~E AROUND ME AND MEYER TOUOHgD ~ ON0~.~, .: I',O~m IF I ~TX01 0190112
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80ENE 19 '!YC[~ HOLL¥'~:00P I'ARADE" ,~(' POWELL : ANNOUMC~ : Thankst Bcb .. ~ow bsfo~.e we have at the music~ letls he~" a word ~ twe fl~cz~ ~, Lt%tky St1"Ike~s 1,epl~esontatlve cn the prem~ses,.~ ~ When you buy clgare'ttes ~em~mber the chant of the tobacco auctioneer. ?~r~ L. A. Riggs . "S~'r - whe gave: the chant 6n tonight's progmam is typical of the independent experts who see whc buy~ what tobacco. With these experta ~ ~uye~s, ~.uotlonee~s~ '~varehousemen~ Ind,penlent tcbacco men ..~ With men who know tobacco ~e~t .,. lti~ L~okle~ 2 tc io ATH01 01907~3
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(REVISED) Scones ZO 6~ Sl ~IYOUR HOLL~+~OOD PARADEIr POWELL: Thank you kindly. Bob..,Now for a bit of a Finalet The Lucky Singo~s, and AI Goodman and th~ Lucky Strike O~,chest~a give ~ r~ hand %vith the tltlo song of that grand show, "Of Thee i Sing"... ~ ~~t~x-~" P O'~L L~ SINGERS AND OEShq~ST}~: TrOF T~E I SING" (APPLAUSE) ORCH___ ESTRA: 'tOF THEE I SINS".. EEPRISE~..FADE FORI PO?I~L: Thank you., .Well, that puts another of Your Hollo'rood Parades among the souvenirs -- but therels anothel• one co.rig up next Wednesday ntght, with a ve~'y swell seleotlon of Holl~.;~ood Highlights fo~ ~ou to dial...As guests of Mr. Lucky Strike thereIll be Mary Astor, D~ok A~le~ Rob Hone: and L. A* Riggs, the famous tobacco au_~otlcnee~. ORCHEST~% ,, Then therels the Old Gua1~d, with Rose~!~ary Lane, Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Singers. the Lucky Seven, and I~laestro Goodman with the Lucky Strike Orohestra...The boys and g~rls '~,ill come swinging along the airways a ;~eek come tonight, so watch for us,~wne~ you~ clock gets around Parade time, ~a~-l~ In the lu~antlme, this is ~i~}¢ -'/~4"4~'~'/% saying goodnight gang, goodnlght everybody, -- "OF %'gEE I SING"...UP AND FINISH (APPLAUSE] L RT~01 019011~
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A~OUNCER z CH0~US AIID O]iCHES~P~. : (REVISED) Boone S~ IIYOUR HOLLY~:I00D PA~DE" Luoky Strike wishes to thank Warnsr Brothe~B Studios fo~ theil, cooperation i~ p1~esentin~ i~Your }Ioll~ood Ps~ade".,. "LUC.~Y DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN"... ~his is the National Broadoastlng Company,,,., L ~ 7"..~070190~75
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"YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" JANUARY 96, 1988 ROUTINE SHEET (eND REVISION) i, AUCTIONEER :45 145 2. HAPPY DAYS 148 i|50 5. POWELL (LOVE IS SWEEPING TILE COUNTRY) ~145 4:15 4, ORCHESTRA & LUCKY? (HAVE YOU GOT ANY CASTLES) ~:00 6:I~ S. "THE DRUNKARD" 7~00 IS~15 6. POWELL (SWEET S0~,~0NE) 2:28 15:40 Vo c0~r,~RCIAL 5:00 18:40 ~. ORCHESTRA (BEGIN THE BEGUINe) ~:55 ~l:IS 9. DRAmaTIC 8:45 30:00 I0. TESTI~0NIAL (ARLEN) l:~O Sl:20 ]i. STATION BREAK :55 52:15 12. ORCHESTRA & LUCKY ? (DIPSY DOODLE) 9:10 34:28 15. BOB HOPE 6:O0 40:28 14. PO'~VELL (HAVE YOU ~T ~,ilSS JONES) 2:50 43:18 15. CON~RCIAL lifo 46:~5 IS. LAIR (ONCE IN A WHILE) 2150 47~15 17. CAST SPOT 6:30 53:45 18. COMV~RCIAL :50 54:38 19. FINAIE (RlO RITA) 2:05 56:4C 20. CLOSING ANNOUNCE?,~NT izOO 57:40 ~i. HAPPY DAYS ~EME & SIGN OFF :40 58:20 FITH01 0190116
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AI,!NOUHOER t U~ IO. E.R AI:NOUNCEF: : "YOUR HOLL~Y00D PA,RADE" (FNOH NLW~ YORK) Listen to the chant auotionee~ of the tobacco (FADE IN CHANT ), , •, FIRST SALE,, ,, SOLD A~:ERIOAN SECOND SALE, , ,SOLD AMERICAN THIRD SALE,, ¢, (Ending %vlth) All done ~- SOLD TO THE. AL~ERICAN TOBACCO COt~PANY (FR0]3. NLW YON/I) Naturally, tho Indopondent tobacco exports - llks tho auotlonoo~ you Just hoa~,d -- )G~.o~.; ::ho buys ;hat tobacco, \Vith thoso oxpo~ts - "with m~n ",,'ho know tobacco host" -- Itls Luoklos 2 to itt | (CUE. TO SY/ITC}|t "with mon who know tobacco bost" -- itls Luekios 2 to i) RT~01 0190712'
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"YOUR' HOLL~VOOD PARADE" ORO}{ES?;~_.___._~: "HiI, P PY DAYS" FANFAHE ~l ANNOUNCER: Lucky strike presonts -- ORCliESTHA: ~'HAPP~._~ DAYS" FA}~FAEE ~2 ANNOUNCER: "YOUR HOLL~¥~'OOD PARADE" -~- Starring Disk Powell | .O.R, C I~ $~. ,C~T,ORUS.: ."]~APPY DAYS A~E HE~ AGAIN",..THEt.~E ANNOUIJCER: "YOUR HOI,L~IOOD PARADE" -- bPought to,you by the • p manufacturers of LuclW Strike CigaroStes, from Sba~e 9 at Warner Brothers: Studios ~-- one full hour of Hollywood Highlii~kts, feeling the pulse of 1~eallty in tha ea!:ital of ~ake-Be]~eve --- Reporting the news, tho glamour, tho h~a~t of Holly~ood....And here is your host - Dick Powell| ATHO? 019011B
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POWHLL & D"i\D~I~BTP~K POWELL : SHERWOOD : R ~;ELL. 0 ~C}[ESTn~ & LUCKY SHVEtr: SCENES 3" 4 ~'~,ON~ IS ~EEPING Tl~Z OO~ITRY" ... NE CHORUS.. FADE FOH~ Good eveningAan_ ..:_g~ 2z~ Hollywood ~.. Well, wel~e on our way cross-country again, and Nr. Lucky Strike is trundling out some grand Hollywood personalities for your inspection -. In the glamour department, there's that grand actress of the cinema, Ma~y Astor .o. W4~ea -. the popula~ yo~l~B leadlng man Richard Arlon - There's a bit of the unusual ~n store to be given us by Galt Bell, p~odueer of Hol~ywoodta most unique l~ttle theatre °.. Neve~ let it be said wetve forgotten the fun side of Hollywood to~, fcr Bob Hope is here complete w~th quip and whlmsey. Then there's ~Id reliable, Bob Sherwood .. Bobp howls trlcks? Okay Dick ... As au added feature tonight there is L.A. R~ggs, the fsr, ous tobaceo auotloneer ... Th~n of sourse :~, the 01d Guard is present and accounted for, with Rosemaryi Lane, Dudley Chau~ers and the Lucky Singers, the Lucky V, and AI Goodman and the Lucky Strike Orchestra ... ~ell, now that the roster is checked, letts get the P~rade ~mdcr way with a favorite tune from the Warner B~otbers , ~ieture - "Varsity Show~'~-- t~Have You Got Any Castles Baby '~ -- Okay A1, you're onl "~VE YOU GOT ANY CASTLES~ ~ L ~lT~O 1 0190119
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POW~LL; HOPE; P OW ELL I HOPE: POWELL: HOP~: POWELL: HOPE: POWELL: HOPE: POWELLt BELL: POWELL: sc s (FINAL R~ISION) p~g~ 1 neatly doneJ And now ladies and Neatly done~ AIj gentlemen...,. (ENTERS SINGING) ~l~ave You Got Any Castles That You Wanta Have Built, ~aby...J" Hello Dick, Well ,~I~. Hope? You know, the way I feel toni~ht~ I could slnG llke this f rev r. (HUMS "CASTLES" AGAIN) A Fortunately, we ~naven't~e for it, The Drunkard man is here. ~., ..%hls i~ a fine place to come to sober up. t No you don t get it ~B~6~o.~] llm talking about the play, "The I Drunkard DonSt tell ms you haventt heard of it. Iris been running here in Hollywood for five solid years with the same cast. You mean the same actors have worked in th@t play for fiw, years? T~tls what I call Social Security, You're not kidding, Mister, Five yea~s' You know, I think if ~hey play their cards right, the thing ought to turn out to be a hit. Who st~r~ it, anyhow, .... That was what I was trying to ge$ at before you crawled o i of the woodwork| The man ~ho du~ up an& prcduoed the plat Galt Bell, is right handy, so if you'll Just relax a ~inute, you'll get all the Information you want. @~ (APPLAUSE) ~ ~ ? }I ello Dick ..... Hello Galt...do me a favor will you.., give u8 the lowdown on you~ marathon melodrama, wad~--~ RT~.O 1 01~0'120
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EELL~ PCWELL: BELL: HOPE: POWELL: BELL: PGYgLL: p , , EIL. POWELL: HOPE: BELL: POWELL: (FINAL REVIS!ON)~2 ~ure what would you llke to know about it, ~iok? Well~ in the first place, who wrote It? I donlt know, Dick. Fact is, nobody knows exactly who wrote the play or where it Game from. All we knew is that it was first produced by P.T. Barnum about lOC years ago at his old American Museum in Boston. It's a hundred years old, hey? Jokes must be getting pretty old by now .... Yesss.~oughta be quite an authority on that.., And an interesting thing about it, Diek~j~that after Barnum played it, "The Drunkard" seemed to disappear from sight .... Well Galt...hew dld you set h01d Of the play? ^~a~ lucky break~ A few years ago I was rummaging around the attic when I c~,e across a pils~:of old scripts, most of whlch~[had~n forgotten. One of them turned out to be the~'mrunkard . I read it...like~ it...and....well, you knew the rest, You bet I do..."The ~,unkard': is a Hollywood tradltlon and everyone in town has seen it more than once. Wait a minute boys. It can't be that good. Well, Bob, a lot of its popularity is due to the chang:~ in times and customs. When it was first ~, a iO~ years ago, "The Drunkard" WGB a Se~iOU~ treatise on the evils of drink. We play it exactly as they did then ~no t ....~°l...today ~t s funny. Well, letls let R~ i~ on the fun, Galt. Hew about a scene from "The Drunkard"~ ~ l'I,<O I 0190121
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HOPE: Now we're getting somewhere; Shall I play th ere with POWELL: my customary verve oP shall I play the villa~n with my customary charm? You can leave by the customary exit. some of hls cast here tonight. Galt~ has brought HOPE: POWELL: BELL: SELL: POWELL: ORCHESTRA: SOUND: Oh well.,.if you oars for those down-t~wn actors, go ahead...but keep in touch with me Salt... ~.~ (LAUGHS)...AII right @alt..letls meet the cast, Okay...D~ck, this is Samuel Ethrldge, who plays Ed~,ard Middleton t'~,e Drunkard" h~mself; Eleanor Wallace, our herclne~Nestor Ftva~ th~ villain; George Stewart, t~ Honest Brother, and Helen Westcott, the cheo-ild, (ACTORS ENTER) Suppose we do a~bit of the ~'Farswell~.8oene" -- remember~ Y&~..~&~ I, do~Ladles and gentleme~i,...on!!g bare stage, a drama of llfe is now about to be unfolded...~ary, our heroine, and her poor child Julia await the return of Edward, a victim of John Barleyoorn...Bqulre Crlbbs, ~, Villyun, has plied Z~wa~d with liquor and nc,,v hides outside the cottage window to observe the effects of hi'~ evll doing... (You can't m1~s ~ "-h-e-1,-the one .sit?, the dirty lauEh) As usual in these melodramas, ~he villai:% speaks to the audlenoe, but is not heard by the other ~haraeters...Hems fun, oh~...And r~ow, th~ soe~.e is set-. the villain still pursues he~, so -- OUURRBPJ~TAIN.~ ~rHEARTS AND FLOWERS" .... V?/<Y BAD .... FADE FOR HOWLING OF WI~D...EXAGG=BA* ED .... THEN DOOR OFEN~. ~. FII-RO I 0~90122
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BILL: JDLIA: BILL: BILL: L~/qY: CRIBBS: BILL: BILL: CRIBBS: EDWARD: CRIBBS: I~[ARy: BILL: EDWARD: JULIA: ED~'A::D: JULIA: EDWARD: CRIB,S: EDWARD: IJ~Y: EDWarD: [FINAL REVISION) 5~: Julia ~ear, where is your ~other? O~ no~e~t~ Bnolo Bill,...sho comes**.. Evsnlng, ~Jlrs, ~iddleton .... your health, ma'am? Poorly, William, poorly~ But~my husband. Have you not found him? Yes malam, I found him In a tavern .... (STARTLED) Tavern°~ Aye.,.In a tavern my proud beauty .... DdddrunkkJ ...... Haaaa .... (VILLAIN LAUGH) ...... (BOCS) He had fallen and somewhat hurt his forehead. H~.bade me come befcrc so as you should not b6 frightened. Was he .... Oh what a question for a doting wlfe...was he gohe~ I must not l~e, dear lady. He had taken some liquor .... saw to that...tho man was putty in my ~ands. (LAUGBS~ (Boo) (SHOUTING OFF) "Wine cures the gout"...ha, ha, ha, ha~ Now she shall see for hcraslf°..Hc ~ drunk~ Oh great hoavcns. Assist him, Willlam~ Fo~r net~ I ~1111 save him. (CHEERS) Oh, Irve had a glorious timo...hurrahhh .... Father, dear fathcrJ Loavo mc child, leave mo| ( SOREA~S ) Ch, bloss youj dO~~ child, hic, bloBS you; Haaa .... Hc is in his cups$ (BOO) But ~ary .... your nlothc~...,how is sh~? She is dead, husband...Diod grieving for you .... Horror~ A~d I the oauso~ I cannot bea~ this - lot ~e fly~ /~ ]'.WO J 0J90123
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MARY: BILL: EVFARD: CRIBBS: MARY: BILL: JULIA: VOICE: SOUND: (FINAL REVISION) 5~ K~, ~o~? E~;~rd, do not le&ve mot I will vrorks I will slave, I oa~ seeks I San bake~ a~ythlng - %';e can llve -~ddo not desert ,is, EdwardJ Love~ Husband| Ball me not husbnnd. Curse me as your dsst~oyeP. Loose your arms. Leave meJ NO, no, Willlam~ Do no$ let him go~ Edward, dear bPother~ Loose me Mary. Madness is my strength. My brain is liquid flamo~ Haa .... I~-~ free~ Fa~ewoll, foreve?~ And notY, my proud boauty~ you are loft to my devises... (BOO) HusbandJ Oh heaven2 Edward| Brothe~J F~therJ FatherJ F~ther~ (VILLAINIB LAUGH) Look Out fer the curta%nJ (0URTAIN BANGING DO~{N) F~TMO~ 019012,~
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I~POWELL: BELL: POWELL: ASTOR: BELL: ASTOR: POWELL: AELEN : POWELL : ARLEN: F NAL -- (LAUGHS) " Thank~p~ f.e~!-M~S you wore great. Wells Galt~ youtve got a gmand show in "The Drunkard" ,,, no wonder ever one in Hollywoodls been to see it several times; 6~.=~al es is right - why even Mary Astor~ your guest for the ;eveningI has seen seventeen performances. Well then, herels a chance to say hello to a steady customer. (CALLS) Oh Mary .,~ (APPLAUSE) Hello Dick, Hello Gait, You know yeulre wrong about that score- oa~d, What do you mean? You'd bettor make that seventeen an eighteen. I went again last night with some out-of-town friends, They got an awful kick out of the way everybody let their hair down and had a good time. Mary, you should have been there the night Will Hays got up after the show and sang an old tear-Jerker he hadnlt sung in 20 years, It was terrlfio~ Terrific? It was colossal' Why, hello D~ck Arlen..° (APPLAUSE) Say I want to get in on this Jam session too. After all, Ilve so'on "TT~e Drunkard" ten times myself. f~ |XO 1 01~0125
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ORCHESTRA ! ANNO[~CER | POWELL AND ORCHESTRA: "YOUR HOLL~DJ;OOD PARADE" ~ Seono 6 "SWEET SD~[EONE",,,.HIT INTRO Ah]~ FADE FOR! Your Holl~u'~ood P~rade moves on to a musical highlight of the week,..Diok Powell sings a song thatls a favomite with listeners from coast $o coast -- Nut,bet 9 on Your Hit Parade ", : -- "Sweet Someo~qe",, o, tr,S,V~ET SO~EONE" o . . ( APPLAUSE ) AT'He ] 0~90127
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I¸ POWELL: ANNOUNCER: POWELL: (SWITCH TO NEW YORK) EIGGS: Not by a ionE eight, (2ND REVISlON)~ono 7 rage 1 One of the most amusing ccnsuenss I~ve heard on the chant of the tobacco auctioneer came from a lady who had listened to Just a snateh ~ it over the radio. (LAUGHS) She thought it was Turkish | (ALSO LAUGHING) Well, Dick, I can understand how she got that idea. It is the welrdsst assortment of sounds that ever came out of a mierophone~ Still~at doesn't make our auct$oneer friend, Speed Niggs, a Turk ! Mr. PowellZ I1m from Goldsboro, North Carolina. We Riggses have been tobacco growers down there for a good many generations. Now I think anybody that listens real close to my chant will see that avery word I'm chanting is good back-home North Carolina Engl~sh. (CHANTS TWO SALES -- ENDING WITH "SOLD TO THE A~fERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY" CUE TO SWITCH TO IIS ANGELES) POWELL: That may be English to you, Speed Biggs--and it may be Turkish to that lady I mentloned--but to most of us itJs still Greek. ANNOUI~CER: Perhaps I can explain to the folks Dick. What Speed RiSEs was chanting would sound something like this....in slow motion .... 38-8-8 - and a 39-9-9-9 - and a 4-40 - and so ~.~All he was dolng was recording the bids m~de by the different tobacco buyers. PO~VELL: But~we dldn t hear anyone biddinE/~. P~TH01 0190728
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ANNOUNCER t POWELL= ANNOUNCE~ : That s because th y m ~ eir bids by Bilent signals - a wink~ a ~ove~ent of the ha~d, or e~6n ~g~llng an ea~. Iu the short time Speed Riggs was chanting, two tobacco sales would have been ~ade, and a dozen or ~bids entered by competing buyers. But how could anybody possibly bld that fast? Because those men know tobacco, Dick. They know it backwards and forwards--from A to Z° And that's Just why their Judgment on cigarettes ~eans so much to every smoker. Now here are bhe facts, (SLI~R~ PAUSE) Swo~n ~eeo~B ~hovl that among IzdeRendent tobacco experts~-auctioneersj buyers and wa~ehousemeno~Luckies have over twice as ~any exclusive smokers as have all the other cigarettes oombined. And note that these exports are Independent, not connected wlth any cigarette manufacturer. They see wh_~o b~y~ tobacco. Their judgment is honest and impartial. So surely this is a fact worth remomberlng, ~oxt time you buy clgarettos. With indope~dont exports-,auotloncors~ buyers and wa~ehousemon--wlth men who know tobacco best, itls Luckies ~ to 1. r FITNO 1 01~012~
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"YOUR EOLL~IV00D PARADE" ORCI~ST}~ : ANI~0UNCER: OROIIESTIIA I !'BE G!N Tile D EOU~[~'!I . ,, HI~ INT_ R2. AND" F/[DE F0R F~oving along to cont~ibutlon to Beguine. " ~ A1 Goodman and the Luok~~ Strike Orchestra keep the Pai'ade the mhythm of the rhumba -- a Broadway the Cuban dance lovers -- ~Begin The "BEGIN THE BEGUINE" (APPLAUSE) R T,'~O 1 0190130
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pOI~ELL: HOPE: P OWE LL: IIOPE: POWELL: ARLkH : PCWELL : ARLEN : HOPE: POWELL : ARLEN : POWELL : HOPE: ORCHESTRA: P (SHD REVISION) SCEN~ 9, ;~ge [i, qhatls done itI A1 ,.. Mow, tuPnln~ the leaves of Mr. L~eky Strikers guest book for the evening, we find the names of Miss Mary Astor and Mr. Richard Arlen -- two very solid favorites with Mr, and Mrs, America, wait a minute, Dick~-- why bother with Arlen? Hels good In his way~ but why go fo~ ®utside talent when you have one of the truly g~eat romantic figures of the screen right here on the program? YOU, Me, I was afraid of that. Maybe Dick Arlen will have • something to say about It. Oome here n mlnute~ will you Dick? What:s the matter? Is that certain something getting in your hair again? i; • iYeah ... Bob here insls~s on trying to mak~ love to all the beautiful leading ladies. Yeah 0.. he and Charlle McCarthy. Listsn ... anyone who wants to do that is no du~mmy-t Well Dick, as far as I'm concerned, youlre still playing opposite Mary. %Wnatls the play? It's a little alr-drama called "Papa Jonathon" by Arch 0boler. Mary plays the role of June Wilson~ a nevlspnper reporter. My part is that of Jonathon Parks, an ex- professional football player, Okay Dick -- Now Bob, if you really want to get in on thls~ we111~let you raise the curtain for Mary Astor and Richard Arlen. (DISGUSTED) Tha~ks .., All ~Ight; AI. Muslo,. MUSICAL CURTAIN (INSERT DR$~A . WITH POWELL gETTING THE SCENE) A]'~01 0190131
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y J SOU}~: SOUND: JUNE! JO)I: JUN E : JON: JUZE: JON: JUNE: JON: (FINAL REVISION) SCENE ~ ~PAGE Th~ s~ono - l~to afternoon on a qulot olty st~ootj In an oxponslve, swiftly moving automobile slt Jonathan Parks and his fiancee J~no Wilson~ .(BRINe IN AUto ~r~ECTI Mr, Parks~ formerly a profossion~l football Start is nov,, the so~owha~ uneasy possessor of an inheritance of a million dollarst while pretty Miss Wilson is the gIPl wh~ o~mo into his llfo, weeks boforo~ as the result of writing nowspap0r stories about Pa~ksI playboy advontu~os~ Juno skillfully pilots the oar over to the curb and emphatically stops cn the brakes . (AUT0.COMING TO QUICK STOP (BRIGHTLY) Thero~ That does It~ Far as we go~ (SLOV~Y)(~ARILY) Look~ June - I dontt want you to think IIm onc of those fellows who always wants t6 know ~hat the score is~ but would you mind telling me why you stoppei here? (LAUGHINGLY) Not at all~ Johnny~ bellove it or not, IImm going to get a ba~. ~ (BLA~ELY) YOU - you wha-a-t~ I said I~m going to get a baby~ B-b-baby? Yes, you know - one of those things the stork bring~ (WILDLY) S-sto~k? B-baby? J-Jun% how in the - what in the -- (INTERRUPTING LAUGHINGLY) Wait a minute, half-back - iIm going to ~ a baby~ b 81~H0 ~ 0~90~32
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JON : JU}TE : JON : JUNk : JON : 44a@E~. JUNE: JON : JUNE : (PAUSE, THEN DAZEDLY) But - but c~nlt you'wa~%% Wolmo gottlng ~rPiodnoxt vleok[ (LAUGHINGLY) Some on - io% ~o out of thi~ o~ an~ fill toll you all about its (HASTILY) Okay~ Okay~ (~OPEpUL~Y) ~ybo yo~Ivo ~ot fove~, huh? I fool pe~footl~ ~oll, and itls a ~ dc.y to adop% a baby| (~ISCHIEVOUSLY) Donlt you thlnk so? (TENSELN) Look, Juno - I1m a s2mplc ~ of a guy, but thorols such a thlnln~ aas oamrylng a ~oko too far| (UP, LOUDLY, ANO~ILY)~ you ~ adopting a baby? o ~,-,~'~;~ LI~re,~T/~TT~t~R~- itls ~ii vo~y slm~lo - ~ymanagln~ cdito~ got a tip that this house here is a baby-farm - you knc~, a fake orphanage conduotod cn%ircly for pyofit| (STILL }~ISERABLY) And ~hatls that got to do v;ith you? I~z~ on an assiE~nont~ I~ii go i~, hand ~ly ~o~oy no~oss thc counter, and if those raokotocrs hand mc c baby ~.'ithout botho~Ing to investigate ~vhothor Ilm stacked or crooked -- well, my nowspapc~ll have a story that~ll rook this town llko a - a baby buggyl C F~T~O 1 0!90133
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JUNE: JON : SOUI[D : JON : JON : JTnIE l JON: JWNE: JOB: JUNE: JON: J~IE: JOE: JUICE: JONt BABY: JU~E: JOE: (FINAL REVISIOL 9-4 & 5 But - but - but - but - J~e -- something terribly wrong in there! 0.K: (OF HIM BREAKING DOOR OPEN) Get that door open| RI+H01 0190134 (SPLUTTERINGLY) (LAUGHING) Oh, yOU sottnd like a motor-boat~ Therels the door - start knocking2 I give up~ I give upJ (KNOCKING ON DOOR) (AS HE KN00KS) Adopting babiesl And we haven't even got the marriage license yet! (LAUGHINGLY) F.nook harder and dontt talk so ~rmehl Listen, if I play knock-knock any harder, I:II bring the whole house down3 But there must be someone homeJ If theyeve got babies in there, they Just santt walk off and leave them alonel (DISGUESTEDLY) Me - I got a million bucks - and what am I doinT? Knocking on doors for babiesJ Wish we ~ould see inside - shades all dra~ - (SIGHS) Well, I guess that's thatJ We,ll Just pack up our little crusade and go back and tell the managing editor he gave us the wrong number. (INTERRUPTING) ~Yalt| Wait for what? Diftntt you hear it? Hear what? I didn,t hear anything| Listenl It sounds like a baby ~ylng~ (EXCITEDLY) Baby? Uhere? I don't hear anythinB| Press your ear against the door2 Listen! (CRIES VERY FAINTLY) Yes2 I hear itl It ~ a baby crylngl Oh, Jon, therels
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(REVlSE 7 WITH OPENING OF DOOR WAIL OF MANY BABIES BEGINS.. THE PICTURE TO BE FAINTED IN THAT O~ AT LEAST EIGHT OR NINE BABIES BEGINNING TO CRY AT ONCE IN VARIOUS PITCHES QUALITIES - ALL THIS CONTINUING BEHIND: JUNE: Jon| Look! Babi~sl JON: O-goshZ All th6 bablcs in thG worldl JUNE: Pull up ths shades| Turn on. som~ lights. Oh, the poor demlinss! Lights, JonL JON: (FADE) Ei~ht! JUNE: Oh, [ou poor littlc thin~sX LcavAng you all alone| How could thcy do it? JON: (FADE IN) There| NOw wc can seo I¢m. (AGHAST) Gosh| How many of Icm arc thcro? JUNE: (CO~TINO) EiEht - nlnc -tcn - cltvcn - tw61v&| Oh, Jon, twtlve of them| JON: And all of Tom yelling at onccA JUNE: Why shouldn,t they ~cll~ you big lug? JON: Ooshl Arc they hungry2 JUNE: No, no, of course not. Thcylvo Just bccn fod| Can't you sco - theresa bottle in every crib| :'ells dontt stand there gapinZ like ,~ fish out of watcr~ Go find thcm| JOE: F-flnd what? Find what? JUNE: Don~t you know anything? Threc-eornc~cd pants$ ~!USICAL TRANSITION. FITHO 1 0190135;
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(~IISEV) ~-7 ~," SouND: OF ONE BABY WHINPERING CONTINUING BE;{IND: JUNE: (TEIUMPBkNTLY) There I Welve Bet them all asleep except th~s one. JOE: Have I learned the facts of llfel J~iE: (LAUGHS) Now, Mr. Parks| THE BABY BEGINS TO CRY JUNE: (SOOTHINGLY) There, there, now JON: What's the matter with her or him or whatever he is? J~NE: Nothing at all. This little fella Just isn't sleepy, that's all. Come on - we'd better go into the other room before he wakes up the rest of tem. JON: Yeah .... JUNL:Here - you carry him. Maybe that's what he wants? JON: (AS SHE DEPOSIqS BABY IN HIS ARMS) Oh, no~ Not walt~ don't know anything about bables~ I mean ~ CONTENTEDLY BABY BEGJNS TO GUHGLE JON: Gosh L JUNE :* ( LAUGH S ) JON: Doesn't - BABY BEGI~iS SQUAWKS JU~ : JON: My you look cute, fu!l-baok~ doesn't weigh much, does it? Jon, don't hold him like a football! Excuse me, kid. Didn't want to hurt you. EABY GUBOLE S JU[JE: There : Thatls better L JO~: Gosh, June - whold want to walk out on a kid llke JUNE : JON : this? If you're talkinB about the people who were running this macket , I think the explanation's simple enough. WT*at do you mean? FIT HO "I O190136
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(RE'[ _S~D} C-8 • a tip that my ~ewspape~ was gebtlng The~ must have ~o~ the police to raid thie place, and when they heard u~ coming, they thought w~ were oopc andheaded for the nearest exit! BABY: "TALKB" JUNE: Isn't he a little darling, Jen? JON: (IT IS APPARENT THAT HE IS DOING SOME TALL THINKING) Huh? Oh, Yeah.... JUNE: Jonathan Parks, youlve got a baby on your hands and something on your mlndl Now what is it? JON: Well...the way things are~ as soon as you report all this~ the city'llt ake over the place and - and all the kids, won't they? JUNE: Yes, I suppose so. JON: Well, I was thinking... JUNE: Yes, Jon? BABY GURGLEB JON: I got more money than I know what to do with..., JUNE: And what's that got to do with this? JON: I wonder ~f I ought to get a sign painted.... JUNE: S~gn? What are you talking about? JOE: You know - one of those signs - "This Place Under Ne~ Management." J~E: Jonathan Parks~ What do o[9~ know about babies? JON: I had my first lesson this afternoon. You fold the two ends over and you put the safety pin through the -- JUNE: Come on, stop clowning~ What do you want with a baby farm? JON: It won't be a baby farm - I.m putting these kids out of circulation BABy "TALKS" A 1"i~0 "1 0790137
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(2HD EEV:S:0H) ~ 9-9 3~q~ Do ~o~ moan that ~ouVr~ going to get parents fo~ all of thom? JON: Yop. Made up my mind Just now, J~<E: And do you mind tolling me whore in creation you're going to get the people to adopt twelve children? JOi1: Oh,alTvo got them picked out alroady~ JUi~ : You have? JOE: Ycp~ JUi,~: Who are they? JON: YOU and me| JUi~: Jon~ BABY GURGLES JO: : You see, Juno - itls like this - while you wore t~ing c:ro of the kids and putting them to bed - and finally when ~ii of them except this folla wore i~Ing there all w@shed and warmed and/kind of gurgling - you know how they did Just before they went to sleep - I got to thinking# "Jon, why give 'em away? Youtve got more money than's healthy you're kind of lonely anyway, so why not have the fun of raisin~ the babies yours~if$" JU2E: Oh, Jon~ RT,~Ol 0190138
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BABY GURGLES JON: And, June - did you ever stop to think - with twelve children I could coach my own football team| JUNE: (LAUGHINGLY) Including the u~iplre i BABY "TAffKS" JON: (GETTING MORE & MORE ENTHUSIASTIC) This oneTll be the quarter-back! Look at his hands~ Can't you Just see him holding a football --- JUNE: Wait a minute ! He canlt even hold a bottle JON: (GETTING IdORE & MORE EXCITED AND TALKING LOUDER AIrD LOUDER AT HIS OWN DREAM PICTURE) He's caught a passL Hels rum1~ng down the fieldl Twlstlng - side steppillG -- JUror, (FUTILELY TRYING TO INTE['JIUPT) Jon ! The babies ! JON~ (GOING RIGHT ON) Thirty - forty - fifty y~rdst Loo~: et him go JUNE: Jon T Your voice | The babies ' JON: One more tackler - a stlff-arml He!s free! Hels free! It's a touchdo~va t BABY B~'~G"~±~S TO CRY, FAR BACK (LAUGHINGLY) Just a minute, coach; • I A ~OP.~,R BABY BEGINS TO CRY - ONE BY OEE TREY JO~i 2HE CHORUS OV oB aB , 2r - ti e you to J 5Eii~O U~ THE CHORUS OF CRYING BABIES FULL-- SEGUE T~,,,.~fO.. MUSIC A]'~01 0190139
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~s POWELL : HOPE : POWRLL : HO}E: POWELL : HOPE: P O~IELL : HOPE : PO%~LL: HC PE : P O'~TELL : ASTOR: POUELI, ARLEN : j [~'l~Ab H~;VISION) Scone iO Paso i i (APPLAUSE #~Diok and Mary you were a~a4~. Thanks for helping us Oh Dick.... Yes, Bob? Mind if I ask Miss AStOl, and Mr, Arlon so~ethlng. Do you mind? Go right ahead, Robort~ Well ~ kids. Dver since Itvo boon on this show somebody on the program has wanted to tell why tho~ smoke Luokies. Eddie Robinson did -- and Lanny Ross - .?;hdclo~no Ca~oll and only last week it was Edward Arnold. ~" ~ ~i,IWhat ape you driving at~"B'ob~"] love ,.y be..od o o.ythi g...but isn't there someone in Hollywood %vho doesn,t smoke Luck!ca? (LAUGHS; ^H~ro, hero, Bob--you're going to talk you~ woy ~ight off this show. . # , Ha ha ha . ~-~4~-~--~. So'long ki[s. Wol] Mary--what do you say--can you onswor Bobls ~uestion? (I~%UGHS) You know Dick--semoti~es I fool the same way he does, so many of ~y friends slnoko L~oklos. Wcll, Dick Arlon--I know you belong to the Hollywood Branch of the Lucky Club. How long hav0 you boon a member in good. S t ~In g Dick, I think It's about six yea~s ne~, That's a long time: to stick to one brand..°,whou~so many of us in piot,~os prefer the same cigarette fo~ a reason, it must be a very good ~O~SOD. -~, L RTH01 07901~0
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.J PO~YELL t, PO\~ELL : ~]~ (REVISED) SOENE l~Page 2 And the 2'oason? Simply this--when you)re making your living by ,your voloo.- you dontt take chanoos with your throat and Luekios have nevor bothered ray throat, Bosldes~ for me thoylro ~ swell tasting olga~etto. ThankS, Dick Arloh ~ it does the old hoart good. to hoar you say that. You and Mary stick a~ound, will you? We w2,nt to have some fun later on. RTX01 01901~1
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4 19 Z'YOLql HOLL~VOOD, pAR~ADE" ARY , o Soelms ii .'~ 19 QT~>ISED) ORCHi~STRA ; "LUC FC/ DAY. • . • ORCHESTRA: "LUSKY DAY'~. . UP AND FINISH ANNOU~CER: Baok to Your Holl~wood Parado, starring Dick Powoll| With Hosemary Lano, Dudley Chambems and the Lucky Singers, The Lucky Seven, A1 Goo~aan and the Lucky Strike Orchestra -- and your guests of tho evening, L. A. Riggs, the faLaous tobacco auctioneer. Bob Bope, Galt Bell, Riohamd A~len, and }~ry Astor .... Now the Parade moves on a5ain to the mhyt[am of the Lucky Seven and the Lucky Stx, lke Orchestra as they b~In8 us one of the new novelty favorites -- #6 On Your Hit Parade -- "DApsy Doodle~ -- ~; LUCk~/ V & O~CHEST~: "DIPSY DOODLE" (APPLAUSE) R]'HO1 01901~2
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DIOK: BOR~ DICK: HC~t NBRE WE ARE AGAIN, LADIES AND GENTLE~EN, %~;ITH TEn'FUN SIDE O~' }~OLLY~JOOD. ~'M C~OI~ TO CALL ON }~S. HOpEIS SON }~@-R~ ROBERT, TbL~T STERLING DRA~IATIC ~0TOR, THE POST SCRIPT ON THE ANSWER TO A MAIDLNt8 PRAYER. THE FOUR BAR REST IN "LOVE~S OLD SWEB~P SONG". EASE HE IS FOLKSo..EOB TAYLOR HC PE, THANK YOU DICK, IT WAS NICE OF YOU TO SAY THOSE THINGS. OH WELL, ITIS A LIVING. WELL, THeTiS A N]CE WAY TO LOOK AT IT. BUT I DID I IKE THAT SKETCH WITH ASTOR A%~D ARLEN, LADIES AND GENTLEq~[... T}~ BABIES WON XE OVER ..... AT FIRST I THOUGHT Th~ BABY WAS THE VILLAIN .... BUT ARLEN COULDNIT PIN A~gYTHING IN HIM. ..... BUT OF CO'JRSK k'E FINALLY GOT TO TEE BOTTOM OF TEINGS ..... BUT GETTING TO T}~E OTHER SIDE OF EOLLk57O0D...THE FUN S~DA .... I i~,~ NOT K<VING ~CCOH FUN .... IF YOU THINK ITIS Pi~ TO G}~T UP IN T~] ~,[ORNI]TG AT SIX O'CLOCK A~D HUSK TO THE ~rUDIC WITH YOUR ~ES AT }IALF ~iAST, AND 51AKE LOVE TO CAROLE LOMBARD .... UELL IT ISNrT. YOU ]{AVE TO BE .aJCA~hE FOF, THAT KIND OF A THII[G....BUT l~N A LITTLE TIRED TCNIG}~,.. A!;~J~AT ..... I HAD TO ~OVE AGAIN LAST NIGh~ .... AND YOU ~CW 311~S PRETTY TOUGH SLIDI fo DOWN A DEAIN TIRE AT TNR~E O~CLCC/f IN THE ~JORNING !TITH A TRbq~K ON YCUR~BACK. I NATED TO I~AVE. IN RAOT Th~ LANDLORD INSISTED Tft~T I STAY PUT I TOOK THE EASY WAY OUT.., .HE WAS S0 ATTACHED TO ~ TRUNK BUT IT,S REALLY A TOUGH JOB TO FIND A PLACE TO LIVE Ob~-' i~EE .... WITH THE SANTA A~#ITA RACES AND THE TOURIST TRADE YOU OANIT F)ND ANYTEING,...I LIVED IN ONE ~LACE FOP, TWO WEEKS BEFORE I FOUND Cb~ IT WAS A ~:AIL BOX. SPACE ~8 AT A }T{ENI UI{ ..... (NORE) RI'H01 0190143
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G BOB ,'~ CORTID: MA2.THA BAYE OPENED }l~'~ MOUTH TEE OTHER DAY AND BEFORE ~HE KN:~t/ IT A GUY WAS IN THeE RUNNING A PARKING LOT .... BUT I HAVE A NICE pLACE NO~/ OH THW SIDE OF A CLIFF CALLED THE VILLA HANGOVE.~ ..... ITIS A NICE ~TUBDY LITTLE PIACE PUT TOGETB~ WITH OARDBOA.qD STRING AND CH~AVING O4JM .... THE OTH~ DAY E PICKED UP A LOOSE PIEOE OP STP.IHO AND UN~AVELLED THREE ROO~S, .... I HAVE BONE NICE NEIGHBORS TOO. .... JOHNNY WEISMULLER LIV;,~S TWO TREES UP FRUgal ~',E, .... BUT lIB V~Y HAPPy IN ~Y HILLSIDE C*~ATE, I HAVE ~Y BROTHE~¢{ WITH ~,',E YET .... HE DROPPED IN FOR A WEEKEND THREE YEfL,~S AGO AND IS STILl* WITH ~:E .... IN PAOT HE HAS BEEN WITH M~: 80 LONG HE'D STARTING TO BOHRO~I }~O)!E'Y ON ,~iY FUBNITURE .... HE'D NOT .7ORKIN@ NO*,'/ BUT HE'B REGISCT/4ED ~OR BA-~K NIGHT .... HE LIKES HIS ROOM..,.ITJE ALL DONE WITH PICKLED PINE...PICKLED PIN',...TH~tT'S SORT OF A WHITE WOOD WITII BEER STAINS ON IT .... AND I HAVE MY HOO~,~ I~DNE IN BIRDS-~'y~ 2~IAPLE.,..,~ CANIT SLEF/: IN IT, TH~ BED POSTS KEI'~P WINKING AT ME .... THIS LIOHNINS THE ICE~kN 8TOP/;ED AT ~£ HOUSE.. ,AND THE l-:O1tGE STUCK HIS H~AD THRC TH~ ;'fINDOW, AND SAID{ "P,~RDOI! I~IE, IS THIS SANTA ANITA?" .... AND ~ SAID "NO, THIS IS BEg ~RLT YiILLS" AND THZ HORDE ~ID: "HOW DID YOU LIKE THefT TAAFFIC COP" .... I LIKE H~IA~T JOKES .... I ,*~ISH I HAD SO.,~,,., *BUT ONE PLACE TH,~'f THE STARS O4D H~E FOR PUN IS THE Ti{OCADF~{O NIGHT OLNB,...THE TROCAD~O... THAT IS THE ANNEX TO THN BAU}( OF AME~{IOA .... EVERYBODY DOES THE BIG APPLE TH?m~: .... I HAD QUITE A TIME,,.,I DID THE BAKED APPLE .... T}L~T*S TBU ~%ME AS THE BIG APPLE~ BUT I WAD EXTRA HOT TH~.T NIGHT, .(~.BACK IN BOSTON, THEY CALL ( ~ORE ) FII" KO ") O~ 9014-4-
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CONTID: I~-5 • • IT THE LARGE JONATHAN .... THERE'S REALLY NOTHING TO THE DAN3E .... ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO KEEP TURNING AROUND AND WIPING YOUR FEET...,.. EV~--~IYBODY WAS THERE .... PING CROSBY WAS THERE STEALING NAPKINS.. ~EREILL BE A SLIGHT PAUSE <fFOR JOKE IDENTIFICATION~'J..I WAS EATING A STEAK THERE WH~ SUDDENLY IT LOOKED UP FROM MY PLATE AND SAID "HOW DO YOD LIKE TH~TTBAFFIS SOP~II BUT ONE OF THE MOST NOVEL WAYS OF SPENDING AN EVENING IN HOLLYWOOD IS ATTENDING AN OUTDOOR MOVIE .... THAT'S WHERE YOU DRIVE YOUR OAR INTO A PARKING LOT AND SIT THERE AND WATCH THE LOVES CN THE SCREEN .... THE LOVERS ON THE SCHEEN SHOULD REALLX WATCH THE K~KE~ PEOPLE IN THE CARS, ..... FOR BANK NIGHT THEY GIVE YOU TEl' GALLONS OF GASOLINE.. ~, .AND IF YOU WiN AT KEENS yOU CAN NAVE YOUR CARBON REPROVED ..... JUST THINK,, GARBS AED A GREASE JOB FFR TWENTY-FIVE OENTH ..... ~XEX j I DROVE IN ONE THE OTHF~ NIGHT, AND I PARKED RIGHT ALONG SIDE OF A GIRL SHE WAS VERY PRETTY SO I RUBBED ~.~ FENDERf UP AGAINST HERS .... SO THE USHER CAM.E DOWN THE AISLE O:~ A 50TORCYCLE AND EANE }~[E PULL OVER .... BUT I LOOKED RIGHT AT HER AND S}JiLED ..... SHE LAUGHED RIGHT BACK AT IJ.E ...... WE FINALLY COT TOGETHER AND SHE HAD THE CUTEST KAIZE. .... SNOW WHITE SHAPIRO ..... CUTE KID BUT A LITTLE DU~S .... SHE WANTED TO WATCH THE PICTURE .... SHE SAVED A THOUSAND CUPONS OFF GUM ~'RAPPERS AND GOT HERSELF A HADIO .... NOW SHE~S CHEWING ON A WASHING MACHINE ..... BUT SHE ~'AS VERY BEAUTIFUL .... SHE HAS TO BRAID HER TOES TO GET REK SHOES ON ...... BUT IT WAS SWELL SITTING THeE HOLDING HANDS .... AND ONE THING I LIKED ABOUT THE OUTDOOR KOVIES THEY HAVE A MAN %q~O COMES AROUND AND TELLS YOU ~q{EN THE PIOTURE FIT~¢O 1 018014-5
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BOX IS OVER, .... FINALLY ~HEN THE PICTURE WAS OVE~ .... A BIG h]TSKY USHER GRABBED THE OAR BY ITS" FRONT BUMPER AND TIPPED IT BACK ON IT8 REAR END,...I GOT OUT AND BAID~ 'rWHAT'S THE IDEA" .... AND HE BALD, "I'~ SORRY, 31t,~ A LITTLE ABEKNT ~INDED, I USED TO WORK IN THE THEATRE TUKNIN~ UP SEATS ..... AND THAT IS THE LAST TURN LADIES AND GENTL~ZEN ,~..BEE YOU LATER ..... ATH01 0190146
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P $UELL & ORC I~STRA : (FINAL REVISIO~N)SCEHY 14 "YCDR Rg~q~'(O0p PARADE" Okay for sound, Bob. Now if I can sllp in a few half-notes hero, lid llke to sing a chorus or so cf one of the hit tunes frcm the current Broadway ccmody success, "Itd Rather Be Right." Coming as it does frcm the glftod pens of Rogers and Ha~tj the scng needs no more introduotlon than A1 Goodman can give it with a wave of his baton.... "Have You Mot Miss Jones?" ,",I~VE YOU MET MISS SORES?" (APPLAUSE) L flTH01 O1901~2
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/ ANNOIJNOER ? O'NI~LL ; ANNOLg|CER POWELL : ANN 0UNC L~R ; PO',VELL : ANNOUNCER I L Dicka - have you get a second? VJ~y~ su~ thing, Bob. Well . why is it I novo~ seem to get a break around hs~e? Why Bob"Sherwood~ Wharfs eating you? Well Di~k , it makes it kind of hard when I have to compete with £1rst one movie sbaP then anothe~ week after week. Only tonight Dick ArlOR mentioned something about Luokles ~hat summed up Just abeu% evomybhlng I was gelng te say myself, sald~w~fY~.hen we"were o~ttlng with Mary ~ou moan what he Astom and B~b Hope? Ye~ . he pointed out that when he and ~ary Astor and Nadelelne Carroll and EdwePd A~nold and so many otho~s prefer the same c~garette, it must be £0r a very good reason. And then, he wont right ~hoad and told the Po~cn, too~..That ~t's because they make thelm living with thuds voices and so thsy oanlt take chances with theiP tl~o,~ts and so they smoke Luokios. Now what~is tho~o left fern me to say? , ---- Well, Bob,~you might toll ~em~h~.Lu~kios ~rc ~iffe~ent from the otheP olga~ottes in this ~ospeot? That's easy, Dick. The Penson is the p~oooss "IT,S TOASTED" which is ox~luslve with Lucky Strike. This "teast£ng" pmoooss takes out certain t~moat imrltants that a~e naturally oresent in all tobacco. With these Irrlt~nts o,~, it follows that Luoklos ame easy on ycu~ tb~eont--a light smoke. And thst~s about e%[o~ythlng I can add tc w>~t Dick A~lon told you...oxcept...follow his example ~nd the example of so m~uy otho~s ~hcs~ voices a~e their fortunes, Conslder your th~oat--ask for Lueklos, ~THO~ 0190148
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LANE : POWE I~L : LANE : PO?,ELL : LAIiE : PONELL: LA~ : PO,']~LL : Th~x%k s Bob. not, . . . oor~es (~nd REVISION) # Soene 16 You ronll~ told them. And now .... meady o~ lovely Rosemary Lane .... Hollo Rosez~y.... Hollo Diok .... ~If I may say it, you look exoeedlngly ohio tonlto it .... YOU m~y say it .... You:re awfully kind, Mr. Powell .... Itis hoarlng things llke that that give a glrl strength to early on. :Tls nothing, doa~ girl~..But toll m0~. YOU oomo bearing gifts tonlte? A song perchance? Ay6, that I do, kind frlond .... a song indeed .... and may I add that itls a ring-tailed dilly .... no foolint. ~ and now how's to quit stalling ~'ottnd and sing that song you rehearsed all afternoon. Ladies and gentlemen,... Rosemary Lane sings "Onoo in a While". ORCHESS_~ AND LANE: "ONCE IN AV~IILE" (APPLAUSE) FII'~O 1 019014~9
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ASTOR: HOPE: POV,~LL HOPE: (~ND REVISY-N)Soene 17 Page 1 f~.m~ey...Now we're going to give Hollywood a ~pin, and stop it at another of ts many side ..Thls time something new for ~8~ and for wa~t of better names we o~ll it "Hollywood With Its Hair Down",. ,You know, all the people who make up the camera clan have a~omething different from what they're doing, and I guess thatls pretty human.,Charles Chaplin, a great comedian, would like to play Hamlet, ..Paul Muni would rather be complimented on his violin playing than his actlng..Olivia de Havilland is a sleight- of-hand amtist, and proud of it~,There are ~lehty m~e, too, so f?om time to time weirs going to give people a chance to let their hair do~ and do w at the want to do All of ~emd~, hav~ g~ a MP~,I a~ Mary~A~ w ThatTs might, Dick -- w~~..,Fer InstaDce, l ld like to play some good old-fashioned slapstick comedy... How about you, Mr. Arlen? That's okayT-but personally I go for that ~ip and tear ~ ~-~!. melodrama--like "The Drtuukard",..Boy,~thot~s for me~ • , Both of you seem to lean a little on the comedy side, 4~ ~,.aybe we'd bettor ask a comedian what he~s c~rrying the torch for...Oh ~;..~Listen, ~ow youlre a oomediun ..... Oh, thank you, Dick..I think this is the beginnin~ of a boautlfu] frtendshlp.o. Wait a m~nute, will you? WeePs talking shout suppressed desires. Have you ~ot a suppressed desire in the ~cting llne? Well, yes -- I have.
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ARTEN : HOPE: ASTOR: HOPE: ARLEN: HOPE: P0;~L. ASTOR: A~ILZi]: iICPE: Pcu,rE],L: <~], .~ . OR<..iE, ±Rh (2HD REVISIO[ IV-2 tD . V~at is it~3-(/ Dietr J ch J You donlt get it, Bob°°.We mean a career° Can you think of a better career than Dietrich? All right Bob -- relax.. Well personally, IVvc been toying w~th the idea of rloylng Rhett Butlcr, but youTil have to catch mc fir~to Here, wait a minu~c 6~'.ITvc got an ~d~a that ought to satisfy e~:~,b~Sy~.Hero's n little sketch that somcbed,' dreamed up durlng a d~zzy spell -- !t'~ got parts £cr ~]I of us. '~J~at do you say wc take a whack at it? Itrs all r~ght with me. Okay Dick. Well, if you really can't g,~t ~,loa$ -,Jithc~t me,./d~ Machine Girl".. !t~ _ Drunk~rd~'~ with a few vacky you play the part cf Fo]li~, The title is "Nellie, The Slot melodrama on the order of "The touchc~ hero and there. ~,~ry, w~dow whose son ran n~vay years ago. ~RichardA you play the part of Chester M~cPlng~ the missing son. ~obA ~o~ pl~y ~n old s~-dog, O~pt~n Slaphappy..Ycu ~rc ~n ~ovo :;ith ~llio, who refuses to marry you ~ntll her son rct~rnSo°h Till ul~y ~ho villaln# Dirty Dun $ch!opkin ~- ~/ho ~s ~iso in !cv~ :~'ith Nellie ~nd sovot~ the money she is savln@~ to give lLor son h career ~s a gl[~s~-hlowcr,. Vv~at Can I p]ny~ Dick? Goo~mcn~ yo~ ca~ pl~y rIHoarts A~d Flowers," and ~olI! gat golngf~£~I- "HEARTS AND FLOWERS"...°VERY SAD .... FADE ~0H: B]H01 0190151
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%, SOUND: VOICE: POWFI~: VOIOE~ SOUND: ASTOR! SOUND: ASTO*~. SOI~;D: ASTOR: SOI~D: ARLEU: ASTOR: ARLXN: SOUND: ASTOR~ SOUNd: (2ND REVI'. ON) 17-$ Th~ B~en~ IB ~ llttlo soaooa~t village~ Fi~hb~ll~ Ma~e... Nell~e waits in her cotba~e ~o~ he~ 8w~eth~art~ Oaptaln Slaphappy, Just in with ~he day's oatoh..A howling wlnd is blowing.., WIND K~CHINE...BUT GOOD.....FADE BRIEFLY FOR: Wooooool Yassah~ sho n~ff...Woooooo| Y~ssah, sho n~f. Hey, sound effeots, wh~tls the idoa? The wind Is from tho $outhl..Yas~ah, sho huff. (FADES) WIND ~ACHINE....UP .... .THEN FADE FOR: Ah me, ti3 a oruol nigh~...Mayhap my long-lost son wanders afar in some strango land on ~ust suoh a nlght..,Ah mls~Py~ ah he~t~oh~ ah n~ts.. THREE BELLS...STRIKE. Lo, th~ olock strikes three bell~-- or i~ that Jiluule Fidlor ! Soon m~¸ bravo swoethoart, homo from¸ th~ bri~ doe~, will como to give solaoe to my aohin~ hoa~t... }la~k, p~h~ps that is he hOWl HORSES HOOFS APPROACHING...STOP...POU~DING 0}I DOOR Como in, staunch sailorl DOOR OP~ Pardon mo, is this Sant~ Anita? NO. - This is Fishb~ll M~in~° How do you llko that trafflo cop| DOOR SLAN...HORSES HOOFS FADING IN DISTAIIC.__~E Soon my b~avo swoo~ho~t, hom~ f~om tho b~Iny doop, villl come to givo solaco to my aohing hoz~t..H~k, perhaps that is h~ now; KNOCK ON DOOR A]'XO I 0190~52
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hB~ OR ; SOUND: ASTOR: HOPE: ARLEii : POV~LL: HOPE: ASTOR: HOPE: ASTOR= HOP~: ASTCR~ I{OPE: ASTOR: HOPE: SOUND: ASTOR: SOUND: (aND RS XON) lV-4 Oome in, Staunoh sailor| Through the door ~nd into my arms~ SMASHING AND SPLINTER~,~G,, OF DOOR, I wish h8 ouldn~t tak~ ms ~0 literally| ~. A Shiver my timbers, Nellies yelre a sight for sore eyes., As trim a oPaft as ~ver sailed into a sailorls heaPt~ (ASIDE) How,s that, f~@m~-?.~ A Dick, he makes a swell sailor, doesnlt he? The way he talks -- you can smell the sea-weed. That ainTt sea-weed| Quiet, croonerh...Nellie, I brung yea little present-- Just a rough old sea-dogts tokeD of love. Oh, how sweet -- a herring | Aw, it's nothing, really~-- ~~ And you wrapped it in a oopy of "Bel Mi~ Bis~ Du Sohoen." Well, you know how I love muslc..,Listen, Nellie, my little albatross, llm a man of few words..Will you be my wife~ I~ a lonely man, Nellie.,No one around me but my ship, a crew of 67 and a deaf ~o~ke~-~pani~l...I be~n ~o 16holy sinc~ my seventh wife died. Tell ms, Captain -- was she so very beautiful? Well, years ago she won a beauty contest where she lived.. They gave her the tStle of "Miss Rocky Point," unnni~ous.. How big a tov~ is Rocky Point? It alntt a town--It's a lighthousel HORSES HOOFS APPEOACHING..$TOP...POJNDINO ON D00,_~R. Come in~ DOOR OPEN r 81-~(01 019015~
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(FIN EVI IOH > ARLEN: Pardon me, is this Santa Anlta~ 11 ASTOR: ARLEN: HOPE: ARLEN: HOPE: ARLEN: SOUND: HOPE: ASTOR: HOPE: BOUND: ASTOR: HOPE: ASTOR: POWELL: IIOPE: POWELL: HOPE: No. This is Fish Ball Maine. Then whatls that horse doing there? Careful, mate -- you're speaking of the woman I love| I didn't mean hc__~r. Do you mean to say ~ look like a horse? Well, the last time I saw a head like that, it was in a Photo finlshJ (DOOR SLA~,,,HCRSESi HOOFS FADING IN ,DISTANCE) I must find out who he is. Wait - do not leave me, Oaptain....I am in dire trouble.. Dirty Dan Hchlepkln h~s sworn he will mar~y me, or expose my dread secret. Lot mc take care of Dirty Dan....Illl twist his nook around sc f~r..,hc can stand on his hcadien~ screw himself into the sround~ (POUND ON DOOR) Who can that be? I donlt know .... Hut if Itls that horse, Itll split a bag of oats with him. (DOOR OPEN) Who arc you? , ~ ,, ~ Cemo out from behind td~,~, Dan Sohlspkln, I know youJ Aha, se you know me, eh? Heh heh heh hoh heh~ Hmmmmm. That laugh is so dirty llm ashamed to listen to it in mixed eompany~ FII'HO 1 019015,$
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/ PCWELL; ASTOr: POWELL: ASTCR: FGWELL: HOPE: POWELL: !iCPE: F~L~. A3T~H: HC['E: POWELL: HmPE: ASTOR : 7{r ~E: }~¢bELL : REViSIOn< IV-6 Well, me proud beauty~ have you decided $o be my wife? NoJ ~o| Never, Dan S~'hlepkinl (OILY) Then perhaps yould llke tc have me tell the b~ave Captain here your secret, eh? Heh heh heh heh heh. Not thst! You wouldn't --- Oh, wouldn't !?,~ Oa[Jtaln do you know who this woman is? She is the woman I love. Perhaps y~u won't be so sure when I tell you that s>~o is the w~man wha gains he~ llvellh~Bd iuming ~.en t~ play the n~ok~l machines at the ~h~un6 Bus gtatlor;; Not - not Nellie, the 91~%-Maehlne Gi~l~ . "~ 7 ~Phe shale ,, o Heh heh heh heh. (2~ is~gh is ~ Oh you beast.~ You vloer! So~e day you,]l pa7 fo~ this. He~-! pay right nov;, I!ollie .... Dan do you k~'~whz I era? You look llke soz~ething B~addock swung at and ~issedl ] ~m not Oaptaln SlalhaoEy -- I ar~ Ha.*~old Hotfoot of the Ycu: Z'hy didn't you speak before? I cculf~n't find :ay badge. ~r.es, Ih~ fcilod~ (EOKSEZ~ ~.~:F~ AP~RCA HIUG,..STCp .... DOOR OPEN)
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A~L~Z N ASTOR ARLRN ASTOR (2nd REVISION) , I¥ - V Pardon zle, is this Santa Anita? No| This is Fish ball ME - er Maine. Ohs DARN that teafflo copl Wait -- si Go I IPst saw you, you~ voice has sounded strangely ~e~ have you always ~t~rn that long beard? A.K~N: No luatanl, Just since I left ho~le .... You see, ~y zlothe~ used to shave ~:~e and I nevee learned howl ASTOR: Good heavensl Wait .... Is - is thls t2~e razor you~ ~:Icther used? A~2T. Why - yes - yes, thatls it. ASTOR: l~ly son - ~outve come hoi:~el (C~ERS) ?OU~LL: Hey .... look out fo~ the 6u~talu| , ORC~STF~:,, "STARS AND STRIPES" .... LAST HALF (APPLAUSE) ~]H01 01907~6
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ANNOUNCER : (2rid REVISION) ; Sl~on~ 18 t t~~1~ ~R~ T ~ d~. Now, bcforc the air i~ flllod with ~usio, ho~ols a word from ~. Lucky Striko. ~cn you buy eiga~ettos romombor thc chan~ of tho ~obaeco au~tloneor. Mr° L° A° Rig,s - I~Spood Rig, s:~ . who ~ave tho ohant on tonitcTs pro~r~n, is t~pical of the tndcpondont oo~plotcly indc~ondcnt - no~ eo~uectcd with any z~anuf~cturcr = and they s¢c who buys what toba~oo. With ~hoso c~pcrbs - with ~on ~1~ho know tobaoco bos~ .... itl~ Luckios ~ to 1. RTMol 01~0157
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(~nd IU~ISION) i So. 19 & 20 Eow fo~ thc music tha~ brings up bho roar of Your I{oll~vood Pa~ado -- Tho Lucky $1n~o~s ~ A1 Goodman and tho Lucky Strike 0rchostraA~ivo ~ ~ hand with a grand bruno -. URic Rita'i, from tho B~oadway show of tho s~%~o n~m10, ...0kGy AI -- yo~Iro on ,... POWELL, LUCKY SINGERS & ORCHESTRA: i'RIO RITA'___.~f (APPLAUSE) ORCHEST~ZA: "RIO RITAII,...REPRISE POWELL: T~ .... WolI,^ that g~.thbrs up ~.ll the odds and cads of anothor Holl~wlood Parado, ,..~Jolll bc bo.ck again with stZll anothor a woek corns tonlto, n~d thorols e. swoll collootlo~ of Hollywood hlghlltos in storo fo ~ yo ...A guosts, of ~h, L~ok~ Strlko we have Bo~to Davis,, Jcffro~ L~q~ Rnd Bob ~opo f~om the Dioturc clan -- and L. A. Rigss, tho £c~y, lous tobacco auctlonco~. ' Then thc old Guard will bc toady for action, with Hoscnm.~y I,~qnc, Dudloy Ch~bcrs and the Lucky Si'~jors, hho Lucky Scvon, ~Ith A1 Goo~an at the holm of tho Lucky Strlko Orchestra .... Wolll bo looking for you, so bc on h?aad noxb dialing ti:~¢, PamP~lysis " ' -- ~, ploaso s~nd SaC d~:to ~o Pmosidont Rooscvclt~ :l'ho ~lqito l~ouso, .Vashlngt3n, D.C. 91c co, n llck Infantilc Paralysis, with "Tho ~roh of Di~¢s~;. Well, wc,ll bc sccingyou~, wcck co~o tonltc - ~nd in the nloantlano, thi~ is y~y saying g~)dnlto gang and goodnlto ovomybodyl ORCHESTRA: MUSIC UP & FINISH (APPLAUSE) ~]HO?, 0190158
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ANNOUNCER: CHDEUS AND ORC}~STRA : ANNOUNCEI~ ." ~'YOUR HOLLkS~OOD PARADE" ~cene 21. Lucky Strike wlshos to th~nk %/arner Brothe~ Studios fo~ their ooope~atlon in presentlnS you~ Hollywood PaPade. "LUCKX DAYS AF~ ~ERE AGAIN" .. This is the National Broadcasting Company...,....
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/ i~YOUR HOLL~'OOD PARADE" February ~, 1958 REVISED ROUTINE SHEET I, AUCTIONEER :45 2. HAPPY DAYS :45 5. POV/ELL (NICE WORK) 4. ORCHESTRA & LUCKY V (I WONIT DANCE) 5. BEHIND THE SCENES (HUGH HERBERT) 6. POWELL (ROSALIE) 7. CONMERCIAL 9, DRAMATIC SPOT - BHTTE DAVIS TESTIEONIAL (DAVIS) /0 ~iI, 12. ~" 15° STAT]0N BREAK ORCHESTRA & LUCKY V (BIE MIE BIST DU SCHOEN) 14. ROLLYW00D AT ITS BEST (ROBSON) I5o PO!gELL (F~EN I GROW TOO OLD TO DREAM 16. COMNERCIAL 17. LAI~ (YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF N D/ HEART) -%-- IB, RO~ HOPE 19. COH?iERC IAL 20. FINALE (GREAT DAY) ,LOS Ii~G ANNOUNCE!~!IT 22. HAPPY DAYS THEME AND SIGNOFF 2:05 2130 7:00 '~ {rowv / 1:50 3:35 6:05 15:05 2:40 15:45 5:05 18:50 5:I0 22:00 I0:00 3~:00 2:35 34:55 1:28 36:00 :55 36:55 ,~ I; 2:40 39:55 4~30 44:05 2:10 46:15 1:20 47:55 3:20 50:55 6:15 57:10 J50 5RIO0 2:05 60:05 , 1:05 61:10 :25 61:55 --oo0oo--
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ANNOUNCER: AUCTIONEER: ANNOUNCER : tIYOUE HOLL~,V00D PARADE" (FROM NEW YORK) Listen to auctlonee~ (FADE IN CHANT) © SCENE 1 the chant of the tobacco ,,.,FIRST SALE. .... SOLD AMERICAN SECOND SALE.,..SOLD A~6ESICAN THIRD SALE ..... (Ending with) AII done -- SOLD TO TH~ AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY (FROM NEW YORK) Nsturally~ the independent tobacco experts - llke the auctioneer you Just heard -- know who buys what tobacco. With these experts - "with men who know tobacco best" -- it's Luckies ~ to I" (CUE TO SWITCH: "with men who know tobacco best" -- ItTs Luckles S to l) AI*H01 0190'|62
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u "YOUR "HOLLYWOOD PARADE" SCENE S ORC HESTRA~ A~NOUNCER : ORCHESTRA: A~OUNCER: "N%PPY DAYS" FANFARE #i Lucky Strike presents -- "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE #S "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" --- Starring Dick Powell| ORCH. & CHORUS: "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN"...THEME ANNOUNCER: "YOUR HOIL~JOOD PARADE" -- brought to you by the manufacturers of Lucky Strike CigarettesI from Stage 9 at Warne~ Brothers~ Studios --- one full hour of Hollywood Highlightst feeling the pulse of reality in the capital of Make~Believe --- Reporting the news, the glamour, the heart of Hollywood ..... And here is your host - Dick Powell~ (APPLAUSE) RI-~O 1 019015,3
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( (2nd RIVT'~ON) SCENE 3 & 4 PO~}'ELL &ORCHESTRAi r~NIO~.'~VQRK~i ....... ONE CHORUS .... FADE FOR: POWELL: Good evenlng~anO ~^~^ e-^m Hollywood.;.Well, you~ Hollywood Parade is on its way cross-country agalna from Paolflo to Atlantlo, from palm trees to snow-drlfts ..... And Just to show you that the local Chamber of Commsroe has something else besides the ollmate to be proud of. weirs trundling out some Hollywood personalities for your ~weo~v The guest llst starts off with a trio of swell names from the Warner Brothers roster. Right up front thele se~@~l~/ Bette Davis fresh from her starring role in Jeffruy Lynn, one of Hollywood's most promising young leading men, and, 9~e~h from the set,of "Gold Diggers in~~ Pa~Is ...a..~a4~9~-HuEh Herbert. And then let's se~, ths~eis .... oh yes .. that m@n, Bob Hope is back agaln~ }$a9$)~- ~c, fcll&~, L&p~y ti~,~. What d'ya say Bob Sherwood. Have I forgotten ~nyone~ SH-/~WCCD: Well Dick..there's L.A. RisEs, the f~mous tobacco auctioneer ..Then of course, the Old Guard...Rosem~ry Lane, Dudley Chnmbers and the Lucky Singers, the Lucky Seven, and A1 Goodman and the Lucky Strike Orchestra, PC ~ ... tha~ ought to hold us for the time being...N~ ~get this Parade of ours moving wlth one of Jerome tunes... I ~AI. ..... Kei~n's brightest " Won't Dance," You're on~ CROHESTRA & LUCKY SEV~ l'I WO~IT DANCE" (APPLAUSE) R[~01 0190164.
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PO~/ELL HOW : POJELL: IlOPE : P[ ;LLL : HOPE: PO"fELE : HOPE: P SdELL : FIFI'. ~,,r L,T . HOPE : PO:VEI,I,: E Neatly done, ;i~,, >k~v, T,,~I,,j o~41,-%s guest book fo~ the evening, and --- ');e!~ --,i]{Ir~, Hopers favorite son ... ?/hates with ~o~ls l:~.ddle ? ~ ~ Just couldn't wait to tell Nou the news ... They previewed mN new picture last nightt and on the sti'en~tb. of it I ',vent out and bought myself a plot of gro,xlc]. A plot of gronnd? Where abouts -- Forest Lawn? ,~ait Dick -- thatrs a ce~.etary~ ] know -- I saw yot~ preview! Well, do you want to make somethln~ out of it, Mr. Blondell? (LAUGHS) "-~"Bob ~C it we6 Just a #~b .. ",'/here is this property you bought? It~s in Studio City, Dick -- that.s about twenty m:Inutes-~ from Hollywood .. bN telephone ... I~ve got two acres on '! top of a hill ',~onderfv.1 view -- on a clear day i co~u see the next payment a month aw~y ... " are you going t~ build a house, Bob? 4 Yes, I was thinking of putting up one of those California "mJ.n~;,~lo-ls - you kno~:;, a ~hone. booth with ~i pat'io~ ... ] tl.nt to build a little place to have for my very o','~'u a~: long as ira a success IR Pictures. g}: .. ",by don't you build somethlng pe~manent~• / ~, if ~uycne here lost a knife, you'll flnd it it_ my bae'.:~ ... But you can't discourage ~no -- l~m crazy about my two acres of turf a~d termites What's that, ~~ ,~ (2ND REVI" "~ON) SCENE 5 -l- neatl? dole ... NOW we'll thumb~thTough ~2 •.. Only one thing both:a r R}'MO 1 0190165
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( ~O~Zt POWELL: HOPE: POWELL: HOPE: pOWELL: H~RBmRT. pO',~/ELL: HERBERT: / ! (FINAL REVISION) 5-2 Th~ v;onlt allo~ me t~ keep my stable Of ~oeho~es out £-I ~Idn't know you had any hor~es here for the racing season. Wail, C~Jey're not exactly race horses yet....Theylre still in training --. ~:Ith the Finchbaum Ice Company.' Clark Gable keeps hiss horses on gis Studio City property, Bob, and so does George Brent. Oh, they do, do they? Well IIll Just take that matter up wi$h the ~{ayor.~u gYo~tre ~ 6i~h se h~Is one of O~P g~e6te here tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, I'd ~ike to have you all meet a man who is we]l known to you as an actor, but who appears tonight in his capacity of a leader in civic affalrs.... We give you His Boner the Mayor of Studio City, Callfornia~.~. -- Hugh Herbert' ~' (~PLAUSE) Good evening Dick...Good evening everyone, good evening Woo-~oo! Hugh, I want you to meet Bob Hope, our comedian. The comedlaD? Oh yes, hers very funny,.Ha ha ha...very funny., .Excuse me, I didn't catch your name, Mr. Hope. J.~'. Hal )~rt ,. Glad to know y~u, glad HOPE: Hope, Yr. Herbert. HERBERT: Oh, ho~ do you do, to know you, HOPE: HEREL~I: No# your name is Herbert? Of oourse, Of tours9 It is..We'~s namesakes, oh? marvelo~s...Woo~woo, T.hat's AT~(O 1 0190156
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(f 140}'L: }~IZRBERT : P0.IEDL : ~{~]RPERT : P0.!LLL : }IERBERT : HOPE : }~RBERT: HO~E: POV!ELL: ~RBERT: HO}'E: h-£R BE R T : (FINAL' REVISION) R-5 rh~s ls ~herc I came Ini Well D~ck, ~t's good to see you agaln..Did you enjoy your trip to New York? But HuGh, I di~nrt take a trip t0 New York. Oh, is th~at so? Have a good tlm0? Didn't go~ eh? Who w~th? Dick, calling this guy abseut-minded would be a mas~erpleco of understatement... Yes, yes .. I am a little absent minded these days..Terrlbl~ thing happened to me..l was out in an awful rainstorm... Awful..Awful..When I came homo, I put my ~brclla to bed and--I stoq n the opne~ all n~ght.,!~oo, voo. I ~onder if he wa~ ever ki~ked i~ the head by a ~ I,Isten~ Hugh -- Hob hero has bo~ht some property in Stud~ City, ~nd he has a complaint to make. A property ov~er, ~h? Thatrs fine, fine .. Welcome to Studio City, the Garden Spot of Callfornla..Woo.woO.oWhatis your beef. What,s you? beef. Well, Gable keop~ his horses on his property, and ! want to know why I cantt build a stable. Oh you canrt...Oh no, nOo..Only one of a kind in Studio City ...One of a kind...Eosl.dos, you're too nice to llve in a stable..Hoo-hoo..What a dope, what a dope.
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f~}]RBERT : HOPE: kqERB~RT : EC PE : PC ~]%LL : HER~,ERT : ?0.TELL : (FINAL REVISIOO 6-4 J IPROP LAUGH) YOU ~ertalnly at0 happy-go-lucky...sl~-happy- go-lucky...~aybo Ird bettor Just build a cage, and wetll all be cuckoos togethcr~ No cage, no birds -- George Brant already has Tem..,He loves our little feathered frlends,..Only one of a kind, remember that. ~~-~ ~" Listen, you rellef-cheek for a squirrel -- Who wculQ llve in that looney-bln of yours...I think I'll give my property a'~vay I Give it away .... WOO '~V00.,.,walt a minute, be careful who you g~ve it to.,..remember our restrletlcns.,,.Only one cow .... ~ one chloken.,,.one blrd,,..gust one of everything in every house..,,Who are yout~olng to give it to? BING CHOSBy.r -. Mess arottud wlth that onel... Goodbye ~t k~ds .... last one home is a rotten eggl (LAUGHS) Well Hugh, it looks llke youlve lost e voterl But I've got an ~dea th£t ought to get you enough votes to be elected hy the largest majority since Washlngton.,.. %Veil1 make the people appreolate you, Appreciate r~e? ~?oo-woo. That s marvelous, marvelous.... People donlt know that in addition tc bslng Mayor of Studio City you are also the ~Ohief of the Pcllco and Fire Departments and editor of the legal paper -- the Studio City News...So fetes broadcast a day in the life ef Hugh Herbert~ and shov~ ev(~ryOnc Just what happens.... 611-XO l 0190768
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F~;XBE~T : SCENE 5 PAGE 5 f< 6 Oood ~dea .... The ?{arch of T~mc...The Yaroh of Horbort .... Thirty days hath Septewbor, April, J%Lnc~ and no wonder~ ~IO0-WO0. ,, • All r_~ght, ]ad~es and gontJemo~ -- a day ~n the lifo ol Hu6h nerbcrt SORF.CY FANFARE .... SUSP~WSE ZUSIO .... FADE FOR: £]H01 0190169 r
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(REVilED) 5 -7 POWELL: (A LA MARCH OY TI~ ANNOUNCER) Studio City, California .... Election returns in this dynamic Paolflc Coast city show an overwhe~nlng m~jo~ity for Hugh Herbert, elected Mayor for the second tlm~ .... On the City Hall steps, Mayor Herbert, overcome with emotion, tha~k~ his cheering constituents for their pledge of faith .... MUSIC OUT CLEAN H~NBERT : Thank you| SO~D:(DOOR SLAM) 0ROH: SUSPENSE MUSIC .... FADE FOE: P0'A~EL: Six A.M .... Tl~ed and worn from a nite of concentration upon municipal problems, Hugh Herbert arrives at ~4~ ~ for the most i~uportant scene of his career, in the picture "Gold-digger's e~" .... The words !~.~ -~ speak Inay set a new standard of metier: ploture art .... He faces the task with a gallant smile .... MqSIC OUT CLEAN VOIC}~ : ~'~J~t s ! Camera| Actionl (SOTT0 VOICE) AlrigD-t, Ya,. Herbert, itls up to you .... fE~$ERT: UO0 '.CO! UOO " OO! VOlC-: Cut! Okay, thates all for today~ ORCH: SUSPENSL ;YJSIC .... FADi~ FOR: P0' ELL: lO olclook! After gruelling hours at his desk, ~k.yor Herbert takes ~p his duties as Chief of the Fire Dcpartmcnt ! },~'SIC OUT CLEAN SOL~ID: (FIRE BELL .... DOOM BURSTS OPEN) ATNO'I 0190120
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t ,MAN: Chief HerbertZ is on fire| HERBERT: Why worry me? (R~vXSED) Chief Herbertl The house next Boor Am I in the house next door? ~N: }~RBEET: ~N : tIERBERT : ORCH: PG,?ELL ~ O ~SIO OUT CLEAN SOU~_~D: (DOOR O?EN) ?~N:Well, boss -- the dead!Inels here -- ~Wnat about you2 editorial on safe drlvln~? HERBERT: Woo-woo .... Yes .... yes, of oourse....Got to save space -- so I w~oto a poem. Listen to this .... "The2,e was a ~nan who fancied That by dmivlng ~ood and fast, He~d get his ~ar across the street Before the red light flashed. Held missed the others by an inch, And made the drivers sore, There wa_.~s a n~xn who fancied this -- hut -- (TERRIFIC AUTO CRASH) F~[HO] 0~9077] Where is the Fire engine? We oanlt find it anyplace| The fire engine .... Now donlt tell me .... The fire englne.... Oh, yes,...I left it in f~ont of the d~u~-store....Had to run down there for an aspirin .... Had a terrible headache. Terrible. This is aw~ull Why didnSt you leave it in front of the buildln~ here? What -- and glve myself a ticket for parklng next to a £ire-pluG? Oh no[ SUSPENSE MUSI0 .... FADE. FOR$ I olcloekL Ru~h RePbert sits behind the edlto~es desk of the Studio City News -- The pressos ~Ind the pulp of human emotions to brin~ avid ~e~de~ the news of the world| Herbert, the Crusader, shows his fearless editorial po~ie~ ....
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/ ORCheSTRA : ThoPe isnlh any moro~ WOO-WOOl SUSPEI!SE I'TUSIO....FAD ~ ~ . PO~LL : (ram m~VL(llO~) 5-~ 31 o'clock .... In the still of r, itc, Hugh Herbert carries on as Chief of Police -- watchdog of the public safety .... ~]n his office, he w~ihs for the umvary criminal to show his ugly head .... =~u~l~. OUT CLEAN (THRU FILTER) Calling Oar 29, Calling Car 29 .... }'....n., . ~ .... Sergeant. , • Yesj Chief? " ff;S~R'J': Got to h~ve law and order here ,... ~,'herc~ my brother, is he walking his beat? L.U: ] Jur;t got a wire frol! him .., He's in Denver °,. I took him out persona]]y,4showed hiln a red light, and said "l'iOV~" ~ be!s%- en_ ds _ati t!la} fez& l_i~h~" °.. / !AF: -Vcah ,.. but that red lifht Was o!% the end of a bus,~ j. ,,~ i • ~!'OO - V;O0I 3RSKESTRA: SCRE',~Y FAiiFARE.~ 'JAG,. (AFH~AUSE) FllH01 0190122
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/ (RE%*$ED) Scene 6 "ROSALIE".*.HIT AN[) FADE FOR ORCHESTRA: Your Hollywood Parade moves on to a musioa] h~ghli~t of the week .... Dick Powell sings a song that rates well up on your llst of favorltes~ a layette from Coast to Coast... Number ~ on Your Hit Parade,,,,"Rosalie",,°, PO?,~LL & G<CMESTRA: "ROSALIE" (APPLAUSE) ~ 1"~401 0190123
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POVIEiL: ~ One thing ~J~ys amazes visitors to Hollywood is the strsn~o jumble of sets encountered on any studio lot, 42nd Street and Broadway out here may be right next doo~ to ~u c~kimo igloo, while ~uat a few st~p~ farther along the studio street, carries you all the way back to old Virg~nny. Now, in a way, this scrambled geography is typically American. Last ~s always meeting west in America and south meeting north. ~ Bob Sherwood SRER;,OOD: Okay Dick, ~ vle brains togotho~ what a~o probabl~ two of the most different types of hu~nanity that the Amorlcan contlnont has produced. Now IIm going to ask the t~1o of them to intToduoe themselves to ~ach other and to you,.... (SWITCH TO ~IEW YORK) ? GIRL: ~ly nazo's Estel!e. I~m a cigarette girl. I circulate amodg the tables at the big night clubs and call (CALLS) Ci~arettes~ ... OiEarettes. And my namels Riggs - L. A. Riggs of Goldsboro, North Carolina. ~Im a tobacco auctioneer and m_E chant goes like GIRl,: ~IOGS: GIRL: this ~.. (THREE SECONDS OF CHANT) Say, we should h~ve met before, Well, ~ reckon we should~ ma~. shouldn,t ~le? After a ~anner of speaking, we,re ~n the same llns of b~si~ess, (LAUGHS) Only you make a lot funnier sounds than I do~ (ALSO LAUGHING) Well, that may be, Still I never (Lid hear anybody pronounce "Cigarettes" Bust the way you do--- (I~IITATES HER) Cigarettes.....Cizarette_~ss. At ~east people understand me. But who knows what thins ~uoans (IMITATES CHANT) (MORE) I~ ]- ~{.} 1 01901?4-
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RIGGS: GIRL: .{7 ~ ,3~ : OIB,L: O .... O] v .2~., SC~ ? - page 2 Pnvdon me. mare but you didnlt get that ~,iEht. it should go like thi~ -- (TEN SECO};DS OF CH~T ENDING - "SOLD TO THE A~,~.~IvA} TOBACCO COb~A}!Y") We]], you cain rattle it off, t,~v. Rig,s. And I di£ get • those last words, "Sol~ to the Amo~ioan Tob&ooo Oo~pany°'i A~d, mam, tb~t means it was some mighty good toba~oo,r So ~ou're for Luckies, too. You know I~ve smoked them for ~-Ivo smoked them for six - in faOt ever since I beoa-~o a tobacco auotioneer and saw the kind Of tobacco Lucky Strlko b~ly~ &t ~uotlon8. (SWITOH ~'0 LOS A~IGELE2) Yes, men like ~v. Riggs - auotioneers, buyers and warehousemen - i_n.ud~endent tobaooo men - truly a_~c authorities on the subJcot of cigarettes, for th<' not ¢n}.%" know tob&oco, th(~y k~o%,--wh° Uys --wh~t tob~coo - --~L~ ~'~y, ', choose Luckies.' Sworn records show thnt among In~cpend~nt tobaooo experts, L~ckles h~vo ove~ t'vloe as many exolus~vc smokers ~s hnve all other oigaPott~s oo~bi~od. Over t~ioe as m~n~rJ ~ext time you buy cigare, tte~ follo~,~ the expo~'tsI ex~mp]c and,..s-<~ ' fol~ Luokv~ St~-ike. For the ob~n~ of the ~oboo~o ~]c%~on~er is ~,o~/~~ l'o~-in~oP °.. ~,,tlth ~e~ ~~,qc k~o?,, tobao¢o b~st - it'~ L~loklcs ~wo to one.~ RIHO't 019012'5
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P O?~LL: @ (FINAL REVISION) SCENE 8 -- Now AI Goodman, who has ~pent several ~,oeks fighting off a rhwLlba Complex --- has come back to convelesce with an American version of the Cuban epldernie ... It's "The Lady In Red" - A31ez Ch(. EST'<A: "T:')E LADy IE I{~]D" RT~01 o190iP6
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~ OV~LL: HOPE : POV~LL: HOPE : PO?~LL: ~IOPE. DAVIS: ~OPE: (F~NAL REVISION) SCENE 9 - Page I Thank you AI.~L~ ~- And now~ ladies and gentlemen, I would llke to present a Hollywood star who is among the very greatest. Winner of the Academy Award fo~ outstanding artistry, this playe~ is one of whom Holl~ood is Justly proud. Ladies and genblemen~ I give you .., Oh Dick, you shouldn't have said all that. And right ~n front of me, too .o. Bob -- please .... Azd that part about the Academy Award o.. that,s darned nic~ of you, Dick, but it i~ntt exactly true. I haven't %yon the Award v~et .,. Now ladiBs and gentlemen - (and I hope you'll excuse the local static) - it gives me great pleasure, ~ great pleasure, to bring you one of the greatest troupers in ti Hollywood ... Bette Davis, (A~PLAUSE) !~ilss Davis ,.. as on~ great artist to another ..o IIi'ya kid~ ~ou know Bette ,., I feel that you ~nd I ha~ ~.~been drawn together by some powe~ known only to we great draw~tlc acto~. I feel strangely ,.. strangely ... Oh how do you say it here in Amerlea? .., ~) :'i'O 1 01907F?
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DAVIS: HOPE: POWELL: DAVIS: POWELL: LYNN: DAVIS: POWELL: ORCHESTRA: Like you? We'll be up with the curtain DavisJ - H~a~ orawl strangely back unde~ you~ log while we get on with the show? Oh well~ sticks and stones can break my bones, but, .... Marlene loves me| (EXITS) (LAUGH) Well Bette, looks llke you took care of the lad in good fashion, New whatls to be in the dramatlo department? Well Dick, we're doing a dramatization for the air called "Happy Year" by Arch Oboler.,.And lid llke to have everyone meet my leading man for tonight, Jeffrey Lynn .... I think he's going places .... Swell .... Come in, Jeffrey~ (APPLAUSE) Thanks, and good evening, everyone,... Jeffrey plays the role of Ed Blake, the sweetheart of the glrl, ~ary...t~A~,&e~part.6.+I do h~pe ~ouIll like us.,~ orrrrazy about youJ All right then, for "Happy Yoar"...starring ~Iss Bette XUSICAL CURTAIN .... FADE FOR: FJ'I" H 0 "/ 01901F8
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! ~IUgIC PAINTING PICTURB OF ~RDDING . FADE FAR BACK BEHIND: ilJSIC FAINTING PICTURE, . I,~E: Craig! Well! church°golngl CRAIG: (VOICE DOWN) The scene - a small mid-town church. At the altar a boy ann a girl standing heads bowed while the words of the wedding service are read to them; in the shadows far to the rear of the church stands s heavy-set man intently listening. Another man enters the church - recognizes the onlooker, and approaches him. CONTINUE BACK BEHIND: I dldntt know that you went in for day-time Oh - uh - hello, Fred. MAN: ~AiG: CRA]D: L~AN: CRAIG: !,Uo ,C C O~.LE S ?,~Ai : C~.A!O : (CHUCKLING} Yes, sir, this would certainly surprise the boys back at the city-hall - City Prosecutor Craig in church at high-noon Shh I That wedding ! (DROPS VOICE} Oh, theref~ w~dding~ going on here ~Ii th~ time! What -- I know the couple! Then why don't you go up there to the altar and -- Better that they donlt know I'm here. (CHUCKLES) Yeah... funny how things worked out..., IN FOR TRANSITION What do you mean? A year ago today that boy there and that glrl ~ ~nd I had a choice to make.,..(CHUCKLBS) And I think each one of us mado the right cholce...°Yss,~ - a year ago today...the girl c~e into my office... (FAD~) frlghtened~..nervous .... ~SIO UF FOB QUICE TRANSITION THEN OUT BEHIND: A I':KO 1 01901?9
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MARY : CRAIG: MARY: CRAIG: ~IARY: CRAIG: MARY: CRAIG: MARY: CRAIG: ~2ARY: CRAIG: ~2ARY: CRAIG: ~&ARY: CRAIG: ~[ARY: CRAIG: (HE IS A LARGE, DUTY-BOUND INDIVIDUAL) Sit down, miss, (TRYING TO HIDE HER NERVOUSNESS WITH A BRUSQUE MANNER) Ild llke to stand if you donTt mind. AS you please,...Uh..Now then - I understand you wanted to see me about the Blake case. That's right. W~II? I wanted to tell you that Ed Blake dldnlt take that money,~6~ (BEGINS TO CHUCKLE) Why do you laugh? Because you said just what ][ expected you to seyl I don~t know what you mean, I mean that Just about every time a good looking yokkng man is a~rested for embezzlement, sooner or later his sweetheart turns up and tr~es to t~ke the rap for him, You don't know what youl~e talking about| I1m not Ed Blake~s sweetheart. (UNBELIEVINGLY) NO? l~m not anything to Ed Blake .... Then why does the mess he's in concern you? I work in the Ss~ue offlee.,.At the very next desk,...for tWO years..,.. And you say you took the money? (SHARPIX) Yes, ! told you that before, dldntt I? Lock here, miss - you expect me to bolleve that Bd Blake means nothing to you and yet youTre w~lllng to admit to a felony which means a year in the penitentiary? ~TM07 0190180
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~MRZ: CRAIG : I<AR¥ : CRAIG: MARY : CRAIG: SOUND: VOICE: CRAIG: VOICE: SOUND: ~!ARY: CRAIG: ZABY: CRAIG: ~[AEY: BUZZER: CRAIG~ I tell you I d~d it: I want the truth~ I told you the truth to let him go to Jail I did ~t! What more do you want? took the money - and l~m not going for something ~ dld And what's your answer if I tell you that Blake made a complete confession| Confession? How could he confess? I took the money! Cantt you get that through youm head - I took the money. All might - take it easyl CLICK OF SWITCH (AS IF TRRU DICTOGRAFH COMi~NICATING SYSTEM) Yes, ~r. Craig? Have the Blake boy brought up here. That embezzlement c~se, (AS BEFORE] Yes, sir. ~} CLICK OF SWITCH (Ag SOON AS SHE HEARS CRAISIS ORDER) No, no donlt do thatL Don't bring him in here Now, now, take it easyl But ~ don't want to see him~ Isn't It enou@~ that I told you I took the money! Isnlt it enough that I told you Irm willing to go to ~ail for takin~ it? No, it isn't enough[ Blake confessed two days ago to the embezzlement of those funds~ Now o~ confessL Well, ilm go~ng to get the fact% a~d llm ~oing to get them right now No, no, wait! Wait - please --- CLICK OF SWITCH Yes? t~ 1"l,~01 0190181
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~J VOICE: ~!ARY: CRAIO: VOICE: ~THRU DICTOG~APH) ~ Bl~ke~ out here, sir. Just For a minute Please, },~r. Cralgl Please listen to me before you send him in] Keep him out there a minute, Johnson! Yes, sir, CLICK O! SWITCH. CIIAIG: Well? ~IARY:~Let ~e be alone with Ed Just a few mlnutesl C HA IG l Huh? MARY: You see, I know why he confessedl I mean h~ thought he was going to help m~ - but if I was alone with him a llttle while, I know i could make him understand that he isnlt helping me - that the truth's ~ to come out| CRAIG: Well -- ~iARY~ Please! ¥outv~ got to do it~ Just for a fe~ mimutesl Please! CRAIG: Very well, (PAl)E) ?Iske it fast .... OPEN DO(R, HACK. CRAIg: (OFF NIHE) Blake| Con~ in he~el RD: (gADE IN) Yes, siP, CRATe: (OFF) Someone here wants to talk to you, II!i (FARE) ]£ave you alon6,.. LOOR CL(iSING~ BACH. ED: (YADING IN ~ULL) - (UNBELIEVINGLY) M~ry! HART: (TENSELY) Ed..~ ED: (ALHOST TEA}~ULLY) Mary[ NARY: (UNBELIEVINGIJ) Edl YouI~e - you're holding me in your armsl ED: I1ve wanted to fo~ such a long time! A I",~WO I 0190182
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M~RY: ED: MARY: ED: MARY: ED: MARY: ED: MARY: ED : ED : ~,[ARY: ED: f4ARY: ~D: MARY: P |i (IN SUHHENDE~) I knew it, Ed~ (LAUGHS WITHOUT MIRTH) Funny, I've wanted to do this°°. (IN CLOSE) Why didnft you? .... Afraid..° You? Afreid? Afraid of marriage - kids But Ed! Why? Yo_~u ask m.~e why? I knew it; isn.t it? For two years - all the rest of it| For twenty years you've lived right in the middle of it you and that family of yours - cheap walk-up flats so dirty and dark thdt the sunls ashamed to look in: .De~m~.~, ~,~ working in that office with you day after day, wanting to tell you so many thlngs, and all the time kno, ving I couldn't, not unless I could give you the things a girl llke you has got s right to ~Xpoct ° Is that why you - you took - Three hundred bucks - three hundred bucks that were to start me up that ladder to fame and fortune those "be successful,' guys arc always talking sboutJ ~, Edl If yould only have talked to r,~e before you did it~ I took it - and then I knew it wasnlt the way to give you things l ~mh~ ~h~ ~id~ ' t yOU -- ~ ~ ~ I wanted to! ~~to put it back: But the auditors had come in already - it was too lat~| Oh, my darlings.. I'm not a crook, M~ry -- Don't even say it: FIr ,~01 0190183
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ED: MARY: ED: MARY: ED: .AR~. ED: ED : ~ARY. ED: I,IARY: ED: P~ARY : MARY : It wa~ just that working all day - trying to llve on hot- dogs and soda-pop--have ~nough money to pay my way in that school that wee goinI to make a iswyer out of me! And then you so sweet end clean there near mc hour after hour - I tell you I couldnlt stand it any more~ MaryI. I wouldnlt have cared being without money, Ed| I'm so uecd to itz Used to Itl ~L ~to give you more than you were used to' So I - (BREAKS DOWN WEEPILY) Oh, ~,ary! (~IOTHERINGLY) No, no, Ed - don't: You're going to be a g~eat lawyer someday. (BITTERLY) Yeah .... with a prison record' No, Ed ... You vlonlt have that .... What're you talklnI about? HavemTt you he~rd - all the b~g shots of the store wore down talking to th~ prosecutor' Me - they're going to make an example out of mel (~LATLY) You're not going to Jail, Ed. Why do you keep saylnv that? Why? I'm going to Jail. (BLANKLY) You^who- !it ? ~hl~trs why I came here to tolk to M~TM. Craig. (TENSELY) What are you talking about? If you111 listen to me without blowing up, Ill1 tell you. I1m llst cnlng. I thought this whole thing out more ccrcfully th,~n I thought about anything all my llfe'. For the last tv:o days, all I've been doing is thinking things out. Don't you see, Ed - it isn't ~ for you to 6o to jail. o19ols
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) ED: MARY: ED: MARY: El]: ED: !,L% RY: ED: ED: But I took the monoy]i Yes, and somobodyTs ~ot to pay fo~ that, But not you, Ed.o.,m_~o,,,, (UNBELIEVINGLY) Are - are you crazy? Why should you -- (INTERRUPTING) No~ no~ please] Youtvo got to listen] For th~oe years itls boon the way you said - you ,~,ml, kod all day - you ate the wrong food -Just so yould have a little money so you could go to school and try to make something of yourself] Working all day and then going dog-ti~ed to those lessons and then staying up half the night studying| Oh, I used to see it ~ -- in the mo~ning when yould come to wo~k - you~ face - old a8 my f~thorts - so tired -- It doosnlb make sense] %~%i%tls my studying got to do with the crazy things youlre saying about going to Jall for me? It's got~__~ to do with it] You've got fifo it* yod~ ontho yo ll thresh with oohoo1 yo~ can take a Job in a law offlcop and pass yotu~ bar examinations, and b~e somebody| Just Six more months, Rd - znd IIm going to see to it that you got your Gh~nco~ A chance? ~- (SNAPS OUT OF IT) A%v, whatls the use talkln~ IIm going to Jail] But you oanlt go to Jail.I Your rooordls got to be olo~n~ No, no - I wonlt listen] I hove you] I canlt lot you -- Y~Aliston|'~ ~<?. C~aig'll be coming back any minute - youTvo ~o$ to lisbon - to every ~d I say. Mothom in Heaven, Mary] %~nat kind of s man do you think I am?
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ED: ED: ],!~RY: ED: MARY: ED: ~RY~ ED: MARY: (REVISEO) That's ~usZ it - if ~utll be a man and not a boy playing a hero part, wetll bo.th have a chance to be bmppy~ Dontt you understands Ed - if you go to Jail and kill your chance of over being somebody~ youTre killing mo~ too~ Youlre killing my only chance of ever being happy| What~do yo~ think I aml I1m telling you agains Ed - stop being a hero| You made a mistake taking that moneys but you can't let thqt mistake kill both our lives| And it wasnlt your mistake alone, Ed - it was ~p too| But how -- Caring for you, and not telling you~ things a little easier~ I tell youp therets Jail for me~ YouVve ~ot to, Ed~ V~en itls all over, It might have made I eant____~t let you go no use talking| to ? Therets no other choice~ Youtve got to: fill come back and weTll be happy, Ed| No, no| I oanlt let you do it fo~ me| For you? Don,t you understand yet -- when a woman loves a man, her lifeTs so very much his that what happens to him happens to her| If you go to Jail, y~ wonlt go alone anyway~ 1,11 be going with you - my life and my hopeA Mary, I -- I donlt know what to say| It makes sense, and - and yet the idea of you -- Oh, Mary, how can I.. I know what you're thinking - all the names the world would call a man whold let the girl he loves go to Jail for him~ But it isn't like that with us, Ed - I~ be tradin~ Just one little year out of my life for a whole life-time of happiness afterwards~ F~ ]-F~O ? 0?90186
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) ED: ~!ARY: DOOR OPENING, BACK AT r~RY: ( GASPS ) CRAIG: (IN FAST) (REV I ES) -A& 'I And I would make you happy~ Always| I - ohp no, no| I oantt T oantt let you ruin your llfe| But there's nothing to ruin~ All my life I1ve been Just nothing - Ilve been in a Jail, anyway, Ed~ The Jail of my family# and the four walls of that flat, and the subway and my Job% Nothing to look forward to but going on dates • with that made me slck Just to talk to them| You, Ed - youlre my only chance at ills. Your'v. got to give me that chance - youTve got to~ Tell me you111 do Ita Ed~ For me| For me~ "TELL ~ YOUtLL" IN ABOVE SPEECH r,~RY: CRAIG: T~ARY: CRAIG: :~.RY: CRAIG: ED: Y~RY: IWm sorry, but thatls all the time I can give youL (HOLDING BACK TEARS) It - it was good of you to leave us ~4 alone thi___~s long, ~r, Craig, I did it because - well, frankly, therols been a great deal of pressure put to bear on this case, and I want a confession that111 stand up in court| So now letTs have it| %~ich one of you did take t~at money? I did, ~re-CraigA Itls the way I told you - I did~ Well, young man - what h~.ve you to say to that? (SOTTO) (INTENSELY) Ed| My lifo~ Stop talking to him~ You, Blak~ - answer me~ Wa__~s your con~ession a lie? (TERSELY) yes,I A (IN RELIEF) Ed ,~4_J7" A 7"~401 0190187
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! .,USI~. All ri~ht...if thatls the way yo~ both want It~;.You2 confession, young woman - (FADE)I1il get the stenographer° Oh, my darling| I hope wetre ~ght~ I know welre rlght~ Youlve given us new llfe - you'll work hard while I1z gone~ Ed - making a clean honest start for both of us. Do that, darling - and it,ll be such a ha~ year| RTH01 0190188
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P C,'VELL : POb~LL HIT~F~ERT : FO ~ELL : !LERBEI[T : I*O',Vh]LL : }~RBEET: DAVIS : r~,,d B~ HT : Q (FZI~AL IiEVlSION)~OE~TES 10 & iZ D/~VI~ TE~IhIONIAL i Thank you BBtte Davis - a grand perfor~uance from a grand person - and thanks Jeffrey -- You really got in there and pitched -- Now .... Woo-woo! Marvelous - very funny - very funny. Never laughed so much in my llfe. (CLAPS HANDS) Woo - wooJ I must meet that m~Uo }{ugh, what -- what are you italklng about? That Hayer - what a Jenk. (CLAPS HANDS) Couldn,t even remembe~ what toYm he ~s mayor of. What a screw-ball. Woo - woo! Hugh~ I~ to ~poll your evening, b~t that W~s you. }-~e certainly vca~ very .... (GIVES A DOUBLE TAEE) Huh -- woo - WOO~ Yes - you remember, dontt you - you're the mayor of Studio Cit~. Oh, of course - you almost made me fol, get. I want to present Bette Davis with the key of the city, Studio C~ty. Oh Bette - Bette - Bette. Oh, I forgot, shots in Jail. II/O0 i WOO| (LAJGHING) Here ~ aiu, Hugh - and I think ~t's v~ry sweet of you to pro out me with the key to Studio City. But aren't YOUAafriad.I,ll go eror~Id opening ~~x~.~" Oh, thatls all right. Today I give you the key. Tomorrow Z ohsngo the locks. Woo - woo! I had her therol L f~ 1";gO J 0190189
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DAVIS : I~RBERT : p0~/ELL: HERBERT: I~VIS: DAVIS TESTIEONIAL Well, thank you Hu~h . that.s vemy sweet - and a ~reat he,or. Oh thatls nothing. Diok Powell here - has a little present for you too. Itts a eompllmentary oarton of those oigamettes. You know those - thatls /kmny. Slipped my mind. Woo - wool Well, wait a minute Hugh -- Ifm the mayor in that depa~tment. The cigarettes you moan a~e.... ~%alt a minute, donTt tell me. Any ~'would know that. Thatts funny - £ donlt. Well, if the oigarettes amo for me - Hugh, Diok knows the kind to give me....Luokles. }le~s seen ms buy many a pack on the lot. of happy smoking. Thank iek, Miss Davis is deeply touched and thanks you f~om the bottom of he~ heax, t. And I might add, he~ thl~oab thanks you too. ThemI s kind words - Bette -- how about tipping us oZf to wh you've smoked Luckies fo~ so long? ~i~k - ~¢hen i hit on something woDth while I llke to pass the good news alon~. I:~e smoked Luokios ~'oI' seven yeal, S because I liked thei1" taste. But the good news lid llke to pass on is that Luokies nevo~ bothe~ ~.v tbJooat. Than/cs - Bette -- tharJfs fo~ Joining the gang here tonlte - and when youI1~e goin by next tlm , donlt fomget to d~op in. WOO . wool Goodnite. (APPLAUSE)
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ANEOUNCER~ 0RCI[ESTRA: ORCHESTRAl A~iNOUNCBR~ (REVISED~Beenes IS & I3 Your Hollywood Parade continues in Just a moment. "LUCKY DAY" •,.. **** STATION BREAK **** "LUCKY DAY" , , UP AND FINISH Back to Your Hollywood Parade, starring Dick Powell.I With Rosemary Lane, Dudley Chambers and the Lucky 81ngers~ The Lucky Seven, AI Goodman and the Lucky Strike Ol~chestra -. and your guests of the evenlng~ L. A. Riggs~ the famous tobacco auctioneer, Bob Hope, Hugh Herberte Jeffrey Lynn and Bette Davis ... Now the Parade moves on again as the Lucky Seven and the Lucky Strike Orchestra brln~ us the novelty song of the day from the Warner Brothe~s plcture~ "Love, Honor, and Behave" ,., Ntumber B on Y~ur Hit Parade .., "Bie ~lir Bist DU Sheen" ..•o, LUCKY 7 & ORCHESTRA: "BEI MIR BIST DU SHOEN*II (APPLAUSE) FH'~¢O 7 O790191
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ONCE: "HOLLT#OOD AT ITS ~O'NELL: Once agnln :~e take i)oopl¢ we ¸consider Who typify "Hollywoo tribute to the who has, thru more t~a~) (2nd REVISION) 14-1' rHEi~E ..... }~DE FOR: ;y to pay tribute to ~hose ~st oitlzens of Movleland . those Its Best" .... .Tonlte we pay ved actress in Hollywood -- a ",,smart 54 yo~rs of siege and screen, won O~CH: %m~L. th~ lov~ and ?~spooti~:~l~everyone she mot -- both in front of the footlights nn~ b hind them .... I hope shels llstcnlng~ tonight because ..... ~ trouper, grand actress, ~rand
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POWELL: (2ND REVISION) 14-~ (continued) boy who is now the man you know as Ceoll B. DeMillo. Then, at 66, when most people think of retirement -- this grand lady began a new career -- motion plotures -- and made the same great success of the screen that she had the living stage. Today, at 73, she has the same flre and enthusiasm that she always had. Her average day is 19 to ~0 hours, and she will do without sleep at all if she is needed anywher~ for a worthy Cause......Sho is a great iDsplratlo~ to youth in show-businessj and young actresses end actors flock to "Muzzy~I for advloe. I can understand that. for some years ago, when I wss working at ~he A~bassador Theatre in St. Louis, ~ao Robson same to town with a dramatic eomp~ny Knd I inet her for the flrst time. She e:leouraEed me then, Just as she encouraged ~ when I made my Hollywood pi!grln~age, pretty young and pretty ~eared. But Mac Robson wouldnlt be "}~uzzy Mae" if she wsrenlt always ready with a word of encouragement when it is most needed. ...... Little v!onder that everyone in Hollywood, fro£~ star and director to extrai loves her....And in the reason lies the way $o everyone's heart .... She is womanly, yet with the sweet slmplloity of a ohlld, She is kindly, courageous, ~nderstanding...,She~s a g~and tr0upe~, ~svor missing a peDformanoe in her 54-years of theatrical cxperlsnoe ..... But above all, she is a mother to all who ncod a mother,s love, warmtht and wlsdom, AS one great philosopher said, "No language can express the power, and beautyj and hsrolsm, and maJesty....of ~ motherls love".... RTK01 0190193
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! (2nd ~EVISION) 14-3 (continu~:) So hero's wlsh11:g "~uzzy~: Mao Robson another 73 she truly typifies 'l~ollywood At Its Best~I° I~USIC UP & FINISH (APPLAUSE) RT;KO 1 019019,$
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ORCHESTR&~ ORCHESTRA & POWELL: (REVISED) ~ Scene 15 "WHEN ~GROW TOO OLD TO DREAM".. ~HIT AND FADE And now, if I may, Itd like to sing a son~ boKa to and for tho youngest ~lady In Hollywood "When I G~ow Too Old To Dpeam" ,... H~ OD~Q '!~EN I GROW TOO OLD TO DREAM" (APPLAUSE) H]~01 0190195
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Sh'£W//OOD: PO',?ELL : SHERWOOD; pO'~rELL: ,~ .. ~LL. p J~rELL: SHERWOOD: blAN : S ..... O~D. -~.%, SELRWOOD: ~L%N : SH~WOOD: HCENE~8, - Page i Is hc on the program, Dick? NO -ooo, I don~t thi~k so. I~ fact I don't l'emembe~ SgOing him before. Shal] we ask him over and flnd out who he is? / YeS --- ?~ould you mlnd stepping over here, I - uh - don't believe we've met? The name is smoker. ~now do you spell thatl Smoker - S-m-o-k-e-r--you know, one who smokes~ (LAUGHS) Ah, yes, and what can we do for you, Mr. Smoker7 Thst~s the point. That's Just wh~t ~ want i~O know. P~rhaps i can be of some help? You can, if you'll answer this ~uestion. Just what does your product - Lucky Strike - offer me as a olgar~tte smoker? We]], for one ~hlng, there's the "Toastlng" process. And what does ~,,e~.~ do? It m~kes Luokl¢¢ a light smoke. You see, the "toasting" process remove~ certain throat-i~,ritants that t~ro nat~irt, l]y present ii% ~iiI tobacco, these Icritants al'o ou~t of Luckles. Well - that sounds good. But have you proof? ~.~r. Smoker, I can offer you three kinds of p~oof of what the "toasting" process does for you. First, Laboratory tests. These reve£tl v/hat q~a~tltles of irritants, found in al__!l robe.coo, I%re motually removed by "toasting". (MORE) 8TH01 0190196
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) SHERWOOD: ,.aa. COD. SCE~ 16 pago 2 Seoond. ther~ Is the expe~Icnoe of o~ho~s° If you wo~o in the Studio a few mlnutos a~o you ~ust have hoard what Betto Davis said about Luokle~° Shols smok,~ them sovon years t~nd - durln~ theft s~ven years, you know, shels beon almost oonstantly before the sound ¢&~eras - ~,ot, ns Bo~te Davis s~tld herself, Luckles b&ve ~ever bothel'ed h~r throat. Then I should think Luokles would b~ Eentle to ~ smokers thro&t. Y~ - ~Ln~ that's thq third proof. Let ~ throat a0tually ~emonstrate to you tho throat-proteot~on of the ~x¢luslve prooess, "It's Toasted~. Next time you buy olgarcttos, ask for Lucky Strlke. FITMO'I 0190197"
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J LANE: p0~,~LL : LANE: }5] RBERT : P0"/93[ L ; HERBERT I I A .~ E. HERBERT : PO7%U i : }[ REERT : POUE! L: HERBERT : PO'~EL: HERBEE? : POTELL: • : m , ,/4 (REVISED) Scene 17 IScuso me, Dick -- may I come in? RosemaryI youlre as v;elcomo as a spotlight at a prevlew-'.. ItTs Just about that singing time, isn't it? WolI, ~that I s~r-o~hly~what] I had in mind.. %'oo-woo~ A womanls voico..That reminds me..Miss Davis, ~\~iss Davis -. Wcit a mlnuto~H~h~ this Isn't Donlt Interrupt me2 Diok..Got a lot on my mlnd..Woo-woo~. ~,iss Davis, that k~y to the city I gave you -- that's the wrong koy..I gave you the key to my garage..Ha, ha, ha. 7Vm sorry, but -- YouIl~e sorry? I1._~m sorry..~[y mistako..Imaglne you trying to use that key and winding up in my rumble scat| Woo-woos. Soand-~tl, scandal,t You not only have the vn, ong key, but the v~Pong glrl..Thls is Ros<iu!~ry Lane.I .... hane? Lane? Well, I always say Itls a lon~ [She t~nthas no turning~..Just mado that up out of my ~.~d..,';oo-.,oo,°, Pay no attention to Hu~hs }~os~mary -- you kno,.v~ all somodi~ns Dick, ! think ,ou~v~ got something thore..I~Isybo Hey.~ Hey.' Stop it~ Hugh -- ,,,,hat's the idea Rose,navy ~nd kissing hop? Say -- if I~zl crazy, do I know whnt IIm doing? Woo-woo)~ (EXITS) Woll,~lltt]s one, that leaves us right whore vie ~,~aybo yould bettor sing ~eforo someone qhe song~ please? I a~ crazy,, of grabbing started~ else gets ideas...
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pO?;ELL ~ LANE & (RCHESTRA: (REVISED~Soono IT, Page~ "You Took Ths Words RiKh~ Out Of My Hsa~t".. / Nsar theft AI? ~c~~ "YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUTOF ~ff HEART" (APPLAUSE) A~'H01 0~90799
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.J t DICK: BOB: DICK: BOB: DICK: BOB: DICK: ~C~. LETIS TAKE ANOTHER LOOK AT THE FUN BIDE OF THIS GREAT ~OVIE METROPOLIS LADIES AND GENTLE~ENt WITH A FELLOW THAT GETS AROUND TO BRING US HIS LUDICROUS VERSION OF HOLLYWOOD, BOB HOPE, (APPLAUSE) THANKS RICHARD. I WENT UP TO A~WOWHEAD LAKE FOR A REST OV~=R THE WEEKEND, REALLY ..... DID YOU DO ANY SHEEING UP THERE? COME AGAIN???I DID YOU TAKE YOUR SHEES WITH YOU? NO, BUT I HAD A COUPLE OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS .... I WENT UP TH~E FOE A REST. THE FIRST DAY I AP~IVED I ~ET A BEAUTIFUL BLONDE. I CA!; Ii,~GINE THE REST ..... HUH THAT=S IdY LINE. OKAY RICHARD .... BUT I REAL~ WENT TO ARROWHEAD LADIES AND G~4TLE~q TO GE~ A CHANGE OF CLI~&TE,. • ,.I GOT A LITTLE TIRED OF THIS GOOD WEATHER WEIVE BEEN nAVIhG ++~RE .... I GOT A TP~.FFIC TICKET TODAY I WAS GOING DOWN HOLL~VOOD BOULEVARD IN IY CANOE,,..AND WHEN I TURNED THE CORNER I FORGOT TO STICK OUT ~,Tf PADDLE .... BUT A~O%'~EAD WAS WONDERFUL .... IT ' S REALLY HEALTHFUL UP THERE... THE 3LIi.iATE IS SO BRISK .... I GOT UP EVERy I~ORFING AT 51X O'CLOCK TOOK A COL7) SHOWER DRIED ~SELF OFF "'.I~H~+ AN ICE PICK, PUT ON THREE SUIPS OF HEAVY UNDERWEAR, AND A PAIR OF EAR ~FFS AND CRAWLED RIGHT BACK IN BED....I~ BROTHER DIDNLT TAKE A SHOWF2,...HEIS ALLERGIC TO SOAP AND WATER .... BUT THE WINTER SPORTS ARE N~HVELOUS .YOU SHOULD ..aVE SEEN SONJA HEINE AND ME SKIING DOWN THOSE ~4OUNTAINS .... OF COURSE I WAS RIDING PIGGY-BACK...BUT I DID TRY THAT SKIING THING ALONE...I GOT UP ON TOP OF A ~ZOUNTAIN FI ]'~01 0190200
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4 BOB : COP] I T 18-2 CAME FLYING DOWN THE RUN AND LEAPED OPF INTO SPACE A THOUSAND FEET UP IN THE AIR, TNEN SUDD?~NLy I RE~',E.~IBEKED I WAS PIGEON TOED .... YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN ME AFTER THEY DUG ~£E OUT, I WAS DOWN SO FAR UNDER THE SNOW, I RAN I:~TO A N~AJOR BOV, ES UNIT NUMBER 17 ..... ~I LOOKED LIKE A NU~,~N FBAPPEE ...... WHEN i WAS STILL A THOUSAND FEET UP IN THE AIR SOMEBODY TAPPED ME ON THE 8HOULD~ .... I TURNED AROUND A~D A HORSE SAID "PARDON ME IS THIS SANTA ANITA" AND I SAID "NO THIS IS ARROWHEAD" AND HE SAID "HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT TRAFFIC COP" .... AND I WANTED TO GO TOBAGGANING SO FOUR FELLOWS GOT ON BEHIND ME AND WE WENT SAILING DOWN THREE MILES OF MOUNTAIN SIDE, AROUND STEEP TURNS AND NIGH, BANKS,. .... WE COULD BAVE GONE FURTHER IF WE HAD A SLED, BOY WAS i£Y STOMACH SORE ..... THE HOTEL I STAYED AT THERE WAS NICE, THE CHATEAU DU BILL, AND I DO i~[EAN BILL... ~I HAD A NICE ROOM WITH AN ADJOINING POLAR BEAR .... THEY WANTED TWeNTy DOLLARS A DAY WITH A BATH, FIFTEEN DOLLAN, S WITH SHOWER, TEN DOLLARS A DAY WITH A SINK .... I HAD A ROOM WITH A SPONGE .... AND THE VIK*? OUT OF THE HOTEL WINDOW WAS WONDERFUL, YOU PUT A QUARTER IN A SLOT AND THE SHUTTERS OPEN FOR THREE ~,iINUTES .... THEY HAD A BIG DANCE THERE AND I WON SECOND PRIZE IN THE BIG APPLE CONTEST, IID HAVE WON FIRST BUT I FORGOT TO TAKE ~Y SKIIS OFF'....MY BROTHER ROONED WITH I/~E, HE LIKED HIS ROOM SO WELL HEIS GOING TO ~,LAKE THE CHECK GOOD .... HE SNORED SO LOUD TH,~T FOR THE FIRST TI:JE IN HISTORY ARROWHEAD WAS STA/V~EEDED BY MOOSE,..SHARLIE ~,!CCARTHY HAD A ROOM NEXT TO.ME...HE SLEPT LIKE A LOG, EXOEPT ONE NIGHT HE HAD A NIGHTMARE, HE DRE4~MED HE WAS LOST IN A SAW MILL .... HE WAS SO SCARED HIS SPLINTERS STOOD RIGHT UP ON END .... THE SKATING UP THERE WAS WONDERFUL... (~IORE) I=ll~O ] 019020?
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BOB : I HAD A LITTLN TOUGH LUCK,.,THE ~.INUTE I GOT OUT ON THE LAKE SO~ETHING FELL ON ~Y HEAD.. .}~E.r .... KAY FRANCIS WAS UP THERE ~%KING FIGURE EIGHTS. I ~£ADE A PERFECT 0. I SHOULD HAVE TAKEN THE DOUGHNUT OUT OF ~Y BACK POCKET .... THEY HAD A SPELLING BEE ON THE ICE...~Y GIRL WOULD HAVE WON THE FIGURE EIGHT CONTEST BUT SHE COULDN ~T SPELL IT .... SHE '.?AS VERY POPULAR UP AT AHROWHEAD. IN FAST THE pLACE WAS NA~.~ED AFTER HER .... ARROW-HEAD H~ HEAD IS CC~IING TO A POINT .... EVERYTI.~IE BHE DIVED INTO THE LAKE UP THERE SHE'D SPEAR A FISH .... BUT ONE THING ABOUT THE SERVI0~ AT ABROWHEAD IF YON GET LOST UP THERE THEY SEND OUT A ST. BERNARD TO FIND YOU ONLY THEY DO IT IN A BIG WAY. THEY SEND OUT TWO DOGS, ONE WITH THE BRANDY, AND THE OTHER ONE WITH A CHASER.. .... AND THE NEXT ~,'.0RNING STILL ANOTHER DOG COMES UP WITH THE BICARBONATE OF SODA .... J~Y BROTHER GOT LOST SO THEY SENT A ST. BEPd~ARD OUT FOK HI~~. WITH A N~CKE~ FINN .... BUT L~/ BROTHER IS REALLY DOING S~ELL NOW, HE HAS A NEW JOB SELLING EIGHT BALLS AND HE STANDS BEHIND EVERY BALL HE SELLS. ...QUITE A pBACTICAL JOKER THAT BROTHER OF ~INE, BEFORE HE GRADUATED (HE WAS IN THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1937) AT BAN QUBNTI~, HE WAS BTUDYING FOR A~ L.L.D. LEAVE LOOKS DANGLING .... HE GOT A DEGREE THERE .... THIRD,.. ,HE WAS ALWAYS PULLING PBAOTICAL JOKES.. ,..BEFORE ONE OF THE OTNL~ PRISONERS WAS JUST ABOUT TO BE ELECTROCUTED HE THIED TO PULL THE CHAIR OUT FROM UNDEK HIM ....... HE WOULDN'T PLAY IN ANy OF THE WINTER SPORTS AT AFAqC%'tHEAD, HIS IDEA OF ROUGHING IT IS LYING ON A CHASE LOUNGE AND TOAST MABSH[,~ELLCWS OVER A HOT WATER B0$TL~ .... CHASE LOUNGE...THAT'S A DAVENPORT THAT ~,~DE GOOD.. ,AFTER I CAM, E BACK FRO~I A~0WH~aD I FELT LIKE A NEW li~N. IN FAOT WE BOTH FELT FINE. AT NIGH~ RI"H01 0190202
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BO~ 18-4 u? A~ AB/~EAD EVER~OI~E 8~TS DY Al~ OPEN FIRE AND TELLS STORIES? I GOT UP AND TOLD A F~ STORIES AND TH~~'- ~ANTED TO HOLD ME OVER .... OV~q THE FIKE .... I DICTATED THIS SCRIPT TO :~D/ STENOGRAPHE~:~ THIS AFT~IIqNOON AND WHEN SHE O~E TO THAT LAST JOKE SHE REFUSED TO TYPE ANYMORE .... SO GOOENIGHT, FOLKS, k AT,~01 0190203
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J[<~2WOOD: n I..I _'~ , . SCENEkO q.~-~v ~ bk.O.a.C/~. ~,~ • h~tnk~-, ~....~ d llke to have~ou autograph one of %hose whimslcs for me. Some d~y it might be worth a fortune --- you k~o',v how those antiques are .,. But no~, before we unwrap something special in the m~sloal llne -- horeIs a word from Mr. Lucky Strike ....... Whcn you buy cigarettes remember the chant 6f the tobacco auctioneer. Mr. L, A. Riggs - "Speed Rlgge~' who gave the chant on tonight's progr&m, is typleal of the independent experts- buyers, auctioneers, and warehousemen - these men are completely independent . not connected with any manufacturer - and they see who buys what tobacco. With these exports r with men who know tobacco best ... it*s Luokics 2 to i. FIT HO'/ 0190204
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Am (REVISED)"~O & ~I And so to work...Dudley Chambers and the Lucky Singers, Al Good, an and the Lucky Stl, ike OPchest~a -- with me taking vJhatTs left of a hit tt~ue from a hit show of yesterday, "Great Day"....M~. , 2C&~-~, "~ ?OV~ELL, LUCk~I SINGERS AND SRCIIESTEA: "GREAT DAY" (~) 0RCP[ESTRA : "GREAT DAY"...REPRISE, . .FADE FOR: POV/ELL: SO, with a tune, wo put the finishing touches On another of Your Hollywood Parades....Dut there's more where this came from, and if you'll Just take up a vantage spot by your radio a week come tonlghtj well1 bring you some swell Hollywood names for your colloction...Among ~. Lucky Stl"ike's guestees are that great actor of Broadway and Eollywoo~--VJal~er Huston...On the fun elde;~t~erels Bob j • !Iope~.,And a new Holly~ood Parader, F. E. B@Sne, our '/~ new tobacco auctioneer, o. Then the 01d Guard will pass in rsvlevr~ with Rosemary Lane, Dudley Cha[~bo~s and tho Lucky gingers, the Lucky Seven sv;Ingstors, and A1 Goodman flanked by the lads of the Lucky Strlke Orohostra....Soems a shame to say goodbyeI so ~nstoad worll count on,your eSng w th u9 next week ~amo tlmo,,~a~m4~ "goodn~ght gang -- goodnight ~ " H everybody .... OECh~ST~A_~: ~,~USIC UP AND FINISH (APPLAUSE) RTH01 019020~
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A?~!OUNCER : CHORUS AND ORCHESTPJ~ : AN~OI~;CEE. (REVI SED'~ ne 29 I'YOUR IIOLLY!~OOD PARADE" Lucky Strike wishes to thank Warner Brothers Studios for their ooopsration in presenting "Your Holl~vood Parade~. .. "LUCKY DA S ARE HERE AGAIN"... This is the~National Broadcasting Company ..... A?'MO ? O~ 90206
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] . AUCTIONEER 2. HAFPY DAYS 3. IIYOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" February 9, 1938 ROUTINE SHEET (REVISED) ~o POWELL OPENING (WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK) ORCRESTRA & LUCKY 7 (MA[~ T}~T MOON IS HERE AGAIN) 5. BOB HOPE 6. PO~ELL (THANKS FOR TIIE MEMORIES) 7. COMMERCIAL 8, ORCHESTRA (3 BLIND MICE MEDLEY (LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLI~C DOWN (GOODNIGHT LADIES 9. DRA~ATIC (HUSTON) ~eR~e-+M , ~ ~TESTIMONIAL (HUSTON) ]2. STATION BREAK 18. 0RC}[ESTRA & LUCICY 7 (YOU CANtT STOP ~;;E NROM DREAMING 14, HOLL~gJ00D AT ITS BEST (HAROLD LLOYD) 15. POWELL (DINAH) 16, CO~I~MRC IAL 17, LA~E (SWEET SOMEONE) IH. HUST©N-POWELL-HOPE (COMEDY SPOT) 19. COM~,IERC IAL 20. FINALE (WN0) 91. CLOSING ANNOUNCE,'ZENT HAPPY DAYS THEME & SIGN OFF :45 :46 :45 1:30 2:~5 3~55 2:00 5:55 6:30 12:25 2:56 18:20 2:40 18:00 3:30 21:30 30:50 i:~0 35:00 56:55 881~6 4:30 42:65 2:30 48:25 46,46 2|46 49:30 55:30 :50 66:20 ~:05 681~5 59:26 69:60 RTH01 019020?
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ANNOUNCER: AUCTIONEERI ANNO~CEN: "YODR hOLLYWOOD PA~ADE" Listen to the chant of the tobacco auctloneer~ (FADE IN CHANT) .... FIRST SALE .... SOLDA~,~RICAN BECOND SALE .... BOIl) A~,~RICAN THIRD BALE .... (Endlug with) All dome -- S0~ TO THE A~RICAN TOBACCO COMPA~ Natu~ally, the independent tobacco exports - llke the auctioneer you Just hoard -- know who buys what tobacco. With these experts - "with men who know tobaeco best" -- itls ~ckles 2 to IIq~ ~k ATF~01 0190208
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ORCHESTRA: ANNOU~CER : ORCHESTRA : AN~IOUNCER : "HAPPY DAYS" Lucky Strike "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADEI~ Scene "HAPPY DA_YS.ILFANFARE ~_ "YOUR HOLLY~VOOD PARADE" ... Starring Dick Powell OECH._Ai.[D SHOE__ US: !'HAPPY pAYS ARE SERE AGAIN"...T}~Y~ A]~]IOU~CEH: ~'YOUR HOLLk%VOOD PARADE" -. brou~%$ to you by ~he manufacturers of Lucky Strike Cigarettes, f~om Stage 3 at Warner Brotherst Studios --- one full hour of Roll~vood Highllghts, feellng the pulse of reality in the oapltal of Make°Belleve --- Reporting the news~ the glamour~ the heart of Hollywood,,..And here is your host - Diok Powell! (APPLAUSE) r .... R7"~07 01~0209
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< ~ (2nd RE~ISIO~ SSENEg ~ & 4 POWELL & C~0H: "WHISTLE WHILE YOU ~0EK" ..... FADE FOE: in Hollywood....~, yo%u" Hollywood Farads i~ headed yo~r way again, from the sun-belt to the snow llne, from • the blue PaolfIc to the busy Atlantl° .... And once more our host Mr. Lucky Strike, has set the stage with Hollywood personalities and pleasantries, gathered here and the~ and nearly everywhere....headed by our honor guest for the evening, ~r. Welter Huston, sterling aoto~ that he is, and ~ounded o~t by o~e of Hollywo0dls fe~ous olnsma twins--- Bobby 2~auoh, co-star with brother Billy of the Warne~ Bros, picture "Penned and His Twin Brother". Then. that gay Hollywood Boulevardler Bob Hop9 is here to model the latest onln~ n whlmsles~...,~%~m-J,-~gM~, B~o her S ervood .... ? /2~t~t~ ~ /~;~ SHERWOOD: Swell D~ck,,.~aVa~%malwm~ forget there's F. F~ Boone, ou~ ~ tobacco auotloneeD, and full representation f~o~ the 01d Guard .... Rosemary Lane, Dudley 0hambers and the Lucky Singers, the Lucky 7 and Al Goodman and the Lucky Strike PCWELL: ~Gocd enough Bob.~..from where I sit that looks llke a lot of shov~ .... Suppose we start off with a mite of ~hythm - Number ~ on Your H~t Part,de -- "Mama, That ~oon Is Here Again'~. Okay AI, you*re on .... CRZH. & LUCKY ~: "MOON IS HERE AGAIN" (APPLAUSE) F~ I-,WO ~ O~90210
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DICK: LET'S TAKE A SWING OV~'R TO THE FUN SIDE OF HOLLYWOOD LADIES AND GENTL~EN WITH THE FELLOW THAT HAS REALLY BEEN FINDING PLENTY OF HUMOR AROUND THIS BIG BUSTLING FILM MAKIEG VILLAGE OF OURS. IT'S A PLEASURE TO PRESENT ONCE MORE TEAT SOMEDY STAR OF THE STAGE. BOB: THREE WEEKS IN VAUDEVILLE DICK: THE MAN WHO GETS MORE FAN MAIL THAN ANY OTHER SCREEN ACTOR. BOB: TWO POSTCARDS. DICE: STAR OF RADIO (MAJOR BOWES GONG) BOB: ALL RIGHT ALL RIGHT, DICE: THAT PICTURE OF VIRILE YOUNG MANHOOD. BOB: MOAN .... MO.~ • DICK: OKAY BOYS WHEEL HIM IN, LADIES AND GE~TLE~N, BOB BONE] (APPLAUSE) BOB: THANK YOU DICK. YOU KNOW YOU'RE JUST KIDDING WHEN YOU SAY -" "WHEEL ME IN" BECAUSE I FEEL WONDERFUL, THIS CLImaTE IS SO HEALTHFUL OUT HERE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, GIVES YOU A CHANCE TO PLAY AT YOUR FAVORITE SPORT LFING, TENNIS, SWI~ING; I SWAM DOWN TO THE STUDIO TONIGHT.."{'..EDDIE BERGEN AND CHARLIE MCCARTHY WERE REGHT BEHIND ME .... BERGEN WOULD HAVE DROWNED IF HE H~N 'T GRABBED ON TO S;4ARLIE M~i~SM~. IT WASNIT EXACTLY |rAINING BUT THERE WAS A HEAVY MOIST WIND, IN FACT TODAY A BIG BLACK CLOUD SWOCPED DOWN OVER THE CITY HALL AND GAVE THE PRESIDENT OF THE LOS ANGELES CH MBER 0 C E~,ERCE GUST B4 HOURS 0 GET OU,T OF TOWN. A...BUT IT'S SWELL TO GO OUT IN THE BACKYARD IN ~THE MOF~NING AND PICK GRAPEFRUIT AND GRANGES AND THEN IN THE AFTERNOON GO TO SANTA ANITA AND PICK LENONS .... BUT E AM A LITTLE EXCITED TONIGHT BECAUSE LAST NIGHT THEY PREVIEWED (MORE) RTKO1 0190211
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Ii! BOB 5 ~ ,~. ~ ~*2r~ ~~ ., .... • ~IB$T ~XOTU~E, THE BIG BP~O~DCAST OF IS58 AT THE pARAMOUNT THEATRE AND I WENT TO SEE IT; U SHOULD HAVE SEEN THE CRO',YD AT TEAT THEATRE TRYING TO GET IN, AND YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN ME TRYING TO GET OUT ..... BUT ITS SUCH A THRILL TO SEE THE PEOPLE INTERESTED IN YOUR WORK.',, .~/Y BUTCH~, MY GROCER, MY LANDLORD WERE ALL TNE~ TO SEE IF I TOLD THE TRUTH ..... EVERYTIME I GOT A LAUGH MY TAILOR GOT UP AND CHEERED,,.. ,I SAW THK~ ALL THIS MORNING TOO, ,, .THEY RAID FRO~ B~E IN THEY'D L~KE TO HA~E CASH ..... DDRIN~ TEE PICTURE WHEN I C;~ZE ON THE SCREEN I DIDNtT WANT ANYBODY IN THE AUDIENCE TO ENO~V WHO I WAS SO I HISSED AS LOUD AS THEY DID.....AND AFT~ THE PICTURE WAS FINISHED YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD THE CROWDS OUTSIDE THE THEATRE YELLING "WE W~2JT HOPEr~ "WE WANT HOPE" BUT THEY DIDN'T SCARE ME .... I COULD HAVE HANDLED THAT CHG~D EASY~ ONE AT A TIME.,, .~Y BROTHER WAS OUTSIDE THE THEATRE WHEN I CAME OUT. HE ~AS PIC~KI~G HIS WAY THRU THE CROWD, ONE POCKET AT A TIME .... BUT^HE LOOKS SWELL., HE HAS A LOT OF IRON IN HIS OHEEKS FRD~ PRESSING HIS FACE AGA~IST THOSE BARS;,.,HE~S SEEN UP THE RIVER ~:~ORE TI~ES TFAN CAPTAIN HENRY .... HE WENT UP THE LAST TII~E ON ACCOUNT OF ONE OF HIS PRACTICAL JOKES, HE TRIED TO GIVE A SAFE A HOT FUOT WITH SO~E NITRO*GLYCErINE .... I SENT HI~ A BOOK TO RKIU CALLED HO'~f TO WIN FRIENDS A~ID INFLUENCE pEOpL~ BUT HE DIDN'T LINE IT, ' HE HAD HIS ~%'N BOOK HOW TO BEAT 5APB AND INFLU~-~IQB WARDENS .... HE WAS E~ PICTURES TOO, IN FACT WARD~ LAWNS JUST CA~E OUT TO PREVI~O; HIS LAST PICTURE,,, ,ITS .HAVING A LONG RUN ON THE BULLETIN BOARD IN THE pOST O}'FICE ..... BUT AFTER THE PREVIEW I HAD A LITTLE PARTY AT MY HOUSE. YOU KNOW ONE (MORE) RTX01 0190212
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BOB SONT S: • 5-5 ~- 4 OF THOSE HOLLYWOOD GATHERINGS WHEN yOU INVITE TWELVE PEOPLE AND ONLY SIXTY SHOW UP....IT WAS A BIG SUCCESS. I KN~W THREE OF THE GUESTS PERSONALLY ..... AFTER MY PARTY GOT STARTED THERE WAS A TERRIFIS ARGUMENT A~IONG THE GUESTS. THEY WkNTEH TO KNOW WHO THE DOPE WAS THAT INVITED ~iE., , ~. JACK BENNY PHONED AND SAID HE AND ~%RK WERE GORING TO THE PARTy IN THEIR }IAXWELL. WE'RE GOING TO HAVE ANOTHER PARTY WHEN THEY ~ GET ~HERE.....GRAOIE ALLEN WAS THERE... WELL, NOT ALL THERE...WHEN SHE WALKED IN THE DOOR THE COO-COO CLOOK STUCK HIS HEAD OUT AND SAID " THIS ROUSE ISNIT BIG ENOUGH FOR THE SOTN OF UB...AND FLEW OUT THE WINDOW" ..... ~ A PARTY. WHERE ELSE COULD I KISS ~.%RLENE DEITRISH AND PLAY HARD TO GET WITH ~ADELINE CARROLL .... I DIDNIT, BUT WHERE ~LBE COULD IT....BUT WE P-~D A LOT OF FUN. I SPENT THE FIRST PART OF THE EVENING DIVING IN THE POOL FOR COINS TOSSED IN BY THE GHESTS ANN THE REST OF THE £%IENING DIVING FOR GUESTS....TOSSED IN BY THE OTHER GUESTS.. SOMEBODY PUSHED DON WILSON INTO THE SWI~9~ING POOL....DON CAUGHT A SOLD ~:D NOW HE HAS SIX DELICIOUS FEVERS....AND AT THE PARTY SOLVE OF THE GUESTS WENT INTO A RCOI~ AND HAD A SEANCE. THATS WHERE YOU SIT AROUND A TABLE ~J~D TRY TO GET IN TOUCH '.VITK DEPARTED SPIRITS. WHAT A SPOOKY FEELING SITTING THERE IN A TOTALLY DARK RO0~ TRYING TO CCN~',~NICATE WITH GHOSTS. MY HAIR STOOD RIGHT UP ON END...SUDD~I~LY I FELT A COLD BREATH ON MY NECK AND SO},'iETHING TAPPED ~,IE ON THE SHOULDER AND I TURNED AROUND AN A HORSE LOOKED AT ~E ~/qD SAID PARDON ~E, "IS THIS SANTA ANITA"...I SAID ~INO THIS IS BEVERLY GLEN" AND HE SAID IIHOW DO YOU LIKE THAT TRAFFIC COP'~ ..... BUT IT WAS A GREAT PARTY. WE STARTED TO THROW CONFETTI AROUND AND ONE OF THOSE ~UICKIE I~OVIE I:11"l~I0 "1 0"1902 '13
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L " t- ~ (Rh%'ISED) " SOEI~ 6 .~ . PO~LL: Thank~ Robe~tA-- a~d i~ ~et~P~ ~o~ all tho~ laths, ITd llke to givs you ~ bit Of a salute vti~h ~ Song f~om ~Fou~Apioture "~he Bi~ B~oadoas~ of 1938.,. 4You know, ~a ~air of vo~y able tunesmi~hs ovor on ~ homo grounds, Leo Robbins and Ralph Ralugor....Theylve ~%%?~ed out a 10t of hits on ~helr old piano~ bu~ their la~est soems to have sm&oked the listeners right be~woen the eyes .... itls oalled "Thank~ FO~ %he Memories,, and righ$ here ~nd now l~d like to s~iok my neck out ~nd make a p~ediotion $h~.t before lon~, ~hls VO~' singable tune will finish well up in the money on YOU~ Hit Parade....De~ PG~VELL & ORCH: "TH~NKS FOR THE, ~MORIE$" 0 ~]'MO'f 0190215
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! (IET~RRUPTIN$ yO~2;LLi Diokl ... DieM, here's a hox that @~K~@@s~l do you suppose~ (BUSINESS OF OPENING BOX) (OPENS BOX AND PULLS OUT TWO "HANDS" OF What i~ it) Diok~ Gee, I don't knOW,~ Z'~ ~ ? Let'S ses~ (BEGINS TO LAUGH) Well, ~ s Sre&t E)C. for • Dusky Et~ik~ p~ograml Donnt y@t~ know what thls is? POV, ELL: (DOUBTFULLY) NO -0 - Oo ~. ~)'~'~,~ ~"'~"C' ' SL~-RWOODI Zet me break it gently to youI Dick - that)8 toba©co| Thatls the way tobacco looks when it)s sold at au~tlon| BOONE: (FADING IN) Oh - Mr. Powelll PO%'~ELL: Yes, Mr. Boone ... Oh, ladies and gentlemen, this is Mr. Boon0 - Y~. E) B. Boonet the fa~o~s %ohao~o auo~lones~, who~Just a~rlvod in Hollywood fro~ Lexin~bon~ Eentuokyl WIll you ... identify yourself for the fetes, Mr. Boone? BOONE: (TEN SECONDS OF CHAN) -~) Than~~ ?e:ce.~. - BOONE: you ... (PAUSE) Mr. Powsll, I'm the one who sent yo~ that tobaoeo. It's some S b~ought with me Wh~h d came West. PO~LL: ~'~ ~ouvenir straight from Tobaoooian hankl/a Aot~ M~,. ~ A Boone 1 BOONE1 ','?ell) Z didn't exactly b~ing it along for a souvenir, ~IP. Po~sll. I had in mind ~howlng you the dlfferenoe between the best tobaoco and the Inferlo~ g~d~o, Yoq so~ that tobacco you're holding in you~ left hand) $ir- tbat)s not ~o good., But t~e tobao¢o in ~our right hand i~ so~e of the bee t~he~e ~ou~try,~ OT~01 0190216
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(~, SCENE V - Page ~ P0,~LL: Rsa,ly$ (PAUSE) L ~ust admIN both bunches Look almost the same to moo BOONE: (CHUCKLES) I~m afraid Lucky Strike will never give you a ~ob as a tobacco buyer, Mr. Pewoll. Look at the texture~ Just rub your hand over the leaves - eanlt you tell the difference now? 1O~',~LL: No - (SNL~FS LOUDLY) And both bunches smell the game to me. BOONE: (~) Well, Mr. Powell, ther~:s a good ~wenty cents a pound difference het~a~n those t'.io grades. fOi'~TL: AYou means this bunch in my right hand actually costs twenty cents a pound m0ro? E00!!E: ~xactly| That's a Lucky Strike g~ade, Mro PowolII P0%~LL: And can you toll a Lucky Strike g~ade whonevsr ~ou see it~ BOONE: I ~oll,to all th~ clgarott~ companle~, .~r. Powoll, I c~n~ spot the kind of tobacco each eompany'~ Int~cstod in~T SEE, EW00D. And yon're a Lucky StrIE~ smoker, ~ren't you, ,~r. Beeries BODNE: Luck~ Strikers my cigarette, yo~, si~ PO%'~BL: ~ Would you mind tell~ng US how long you,re been a tobacco auct~one~ BOONE: ~wcnty five ysars. PO'ELL: And hey. ~uch tobacco do you figure you'd0 sold~ ~OONE: :.'loll, I'd hate to make an estimate. I've sold as much as 75%000 pounds in a ~inglo day, BOU~LL: Throe quarto~s of a million pounds In one day. That's torPlfic ~ NOONE: No~ i~ir. ~o"Jo].l, that's ~olllngl ~, ~ ~:~. PO'i~LLt ~ "Yould you show us onc~ again ho~ ~ou do i,t, ~[~, Boone,S%.~' ,J I~o over in the oornor~and study up on this tobaooo~ 81"~01 0~902~2
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P OONE: Sh~,RWOOD: SCENE V - Fag~5 (C~IANTS - 2 SALES: FIRSTsND gALE,SALE "_131"~ ~636-{40) The chant of the tobacco auotlonoor is ~our romlndom that exports like 5!r, Boone the auotlonoor, choose L~ok~es by an overwhelming majority. Sworn records show that among those Independent tobQcoo experts - auotioncors~ h~yors, and w~rohousomon - Lucklo~ have over twioe as many ~xclu~ivo smokers as havo all-~othor olgarcttos oomblnodo Over twlco as many. Remember that fact ~hon next ~ou ho~r the chant of the tobacco auctlcnoo~, gn~ when you buy cIgarcttee, follow the oxamplo~of the exports - w~th moz ~vho know tobacco b~st - Itle Lueklos 2 to i, I=tTHO'I 0190218
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POWELL : OR0~STRA : (FINAL REVISI ON ) ~'" ~/ ~~ [~ ¸SCENE 8 Thauk~J~ob,-- that's la~in~ it solid. Ho~l~ a lil~tlo tlm~ that WO u~ed to play Ou2 garaes to v~en i[ was a bit of a l~.d with O~l~t~ k~o~ a~d a ~ut~ul of ~wbt'o~k~,~. In ~usioal fo~m itms oalled a ":Po~nd"..,ln other ~vo~ods'~0' ~ ~3.~kr~ All I kn~ i~, onto ~o~a ~t~,t it~ ~o,a o~n~'b finish it. That tun~ i~ "Tl'~oe Blind Mice" -- R~c~b~? A1 Goodman usos i% as an oRoll~.ng wod~o to a mo~t~o~ of moro old favorites J..,"London Bridg~ i~ Falling Down~ onO. "~oo~mite Ladio~" ,.. Al:o~ht, A1, let's whip u~ a ilttlo sooond ohildhoo(l~ )' "T~EE BLIND I~ICF~ IqEDLE'Yr' (APFLAU~E) L 'J !. 8TM01 0190219
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POWELIr : (~VISEP) SGE~,9 - PAgE 1 NOW ladies and gentlemen -- a leaf out of our guest book ~o~ the evsning,.I want you to r~eet a m~n who has ~isked ~uoh to be with us this eve -- a man who b~ved snow-d~Ifts, blinding storms ~ blizzards...~bJ - - EOFEI Oh, it was nothing Diok,,Would that I but had two lives to give to my art,, POWELLa It SO happens, Hohe~ts t~t I wasntt talking about you. HOPEI Oh wsll, Itts not for me to quibble with the employees .- who were you giving that build-up to? POWELL! A great a0to~ and a gDeat guy, if you111 pardon the Info~nmllty..Hels one of AmePioats leading interpreters of Shakespeare, the IrDodswo~th" of Stage add ~oroe~ mY friend, Walt ei~ Hustonl (APPLAUSE) }~JST011: Hello Diok.~Hollo, Bob..Sa~ wharfs all this ~'snol'! snd sleetI' business you were talking about? PO'.CELL: ~, Just my own q~alnt way of telling the oeople that youlre about the ~ .hampion .Orlmt~te~.d/~i'vi~(~.';;;o.~"--- --'/ do up ~ Lako ArDowhead. HOPEI ~.ghatrs duoky°.Just him and ths snow and 8ha~espea~e. HUSTON: To quote the il~o~tal BaPd of Avon -. do you vlant to ~ake Sor~sthlng out of' it? HOPE: Oh well, Waltez., if you want to be v~Iga~o.All I Oa~ say is, I hope you~ sled b~e~ks down someday.. (~) ~h~ ~"~ Shakespeamoan hillbilly. !. }~ugT0ii: \ (IJ~UGHS) ~ Well Walto~, Suppose you tell eve_~yono ~d%at~ s to be in your department tonight. ~)'MO~ 0~90220
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HUSTON: P0V~LI,: ORCHESTRA : (eND REVISION) S~ENB 9-~ by A~ch 0bole~..And Ilve got ~ gDand little aoto~ womklng wlth me -- a e~8~ f~om ~ottr o%~n Wa~ne~ Bmothe~s studio .- youn$ Bobby M~uGh,.,om 18 it Billy? I donlt bla~ yo~ a bit Wslte --I nit tel them apart myself 8ometlmes~i.~4~,tBen, take B se~D~ud o~ two to' get set whlle AI glves us a musl~al e~tain for --- WalteP ~tNa~tX~ }lustog ig " . , pSI CAL CURTA~N..,FADE F?Rt f~TMO~ 0~9022~
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POWELLI PO%VELL : JOE: TED~ UV~6 TED: JOE: TED: TEDZ JOE: TED: JOE~ . L~ Z ..... (REVISED) SOE~" 8 PAGE The scene, the a~r~ual orphanVs pio~Io and field day given by the buslnes~ men of Middletown for the Middletown* orphanage. The place, the p~bllc pa~k - (BEGIN TO FADE IN CRIES OF CHILDREN AT pLAy - HOLD EAR BACK BEHIND : The war~,1 air sings with the happy voles8 Of children on a long awaited hollday....But all the 6hild~en are not at play. One small boy slbs huddled on the B~ass fa~ apart f~om the others - anothe~ small boy approaches hi~ and hesitantly speaks to him.... (FADE I~I FAST) . (PROJ~OTTNG - HE IS A LITTLE UNCERTAIN IN HIS SPEECHES AS HE DOES NOT KNOW HOW THE OTHER BOY WILL RECEIVE HIS INVITATION) Oh, Ted! (GL'~.gLy) What do ya want? W~ll, I G-~ou~ht ~ the fe~s tnou~ - ..~b~ y~u a ~!~e to come ovem and be with u~. We'r~ havln~ Iotsa f~n~ I don~ wanna..,. Aw, but, Ted, everybodyls havln~ so much fun . the games we~re playln~ - even you could play ~em| Le~s alono~ Ave, gosh, Ted, everybody says %l~t if yould only sta~ laushinl again, you'd feel better, and -. Leave me alone I said~ I don~ wauns lau~hl I don~ ~nt nuthin' : Nut, T~d-. ~.i~I~ Leave me alone| Go onl Beat itl (DEFEATEDLy) Okay, Ted.... (FADE) If that's what you want .... F~ ]'XO "~ O~ 90222
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~J STRAN@EE: TED| STRANGERz TED~ STP~NGER~ TEDI STRANGER: TED: STPJ~NGER: U TEDs STRANGEI{: TED~ ST~NGES: TED: STP~NGER: TED: STRANGER: TED: ST~\NGEII : L f (m~vxs~9) s0~m ~ Pzdm 4 (FOR A SEOOSD OR SO ALL TI{AT IS ~AHD IS ~EE CRIES OF T}~ CHILD~E FAR BACK, THEN! ) ?aly donrt you want to laughs boy? (STARTLED) Hi@a? I said - v~%y donlt ~ou Want to lat~? Wh~tTB it tO ~OU? I oouldnlt help ove~he~Ing the other hoy~ ~ud It seemed so strange that a boy shot~.Idnlt want to laugh, &- (GENTLY) But Why not tale ~ me? Itls good to talk solnetim~s with someone strange ~o you. (PERSUASIVELY) B~ tell m~ boy - whM dontt you want to lat~? (TEARS IN VOICE) Theme's nuthinI to laugh about...an~zmore... V~ny not? The s~ still laudhs - the wate~ latlghs - ths~els jokes and Samos and ft~% . the wO~Id ~s full! O~ l~u~h~e~ if ~'ou111 iistenl (13 A TIGI~T, TENSE VOIOE) Not fo~ me it is~It°.. But :vhT? (FL~[GIHG OUT ~[TEHSELY) %VnF? Why? IOa~s8 IIm bllnd# See - +~4~ - blln~ - bllndl (AFTER A TE~;SE PAUSE) I ~ew that,.,. (I~RS I~[ VOICE) Then what did you have te...bethe~ me fo~? T~!l zlo~ be3- - ~hen did it happsn? (I!; A TIGHT VOICE) Yot~th o~ July,... Independence Day, eh?,.,(gIGES) Ah, It's a stance divinity that shapes ou~ ends,.. %~hat d~d you sa~? ~ ~ It doesnlt ~I~ttei~, ~at does ~ttor to ~@ is v6%at Fou~ve done with all those da~s singe ~ou o%ossd ~ou~ eFes. ~ ]'~0"~ O~ 90223
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STRAWGER : ~ED : STRANGER= TED: ST|(AH~BR : TED: STHANREH: STRANGER: TED: GOB: TED: JOE: TED: JOB: TED: JOE: TRD: (gND REVISION SCENE g-? And b0inG uaaf~add~-~yourll try to do ~hlngs, wonlt you, bey? Yo~I Yo~j I willl I kno...._ww you will - you'll never be afraid, son ° you'll live wlth goodness and with cottP~go, ~nd you'll make the ~or16 a b~tter ~ld boGau~@ of your lifo in it,~,, (HOPEFULLY) W~II It mister? So novt you see why you ~an laugh, boyl YOU thought you'd nothlng ]oft, and Fog youlvo got the world of air and sun and r~in to fool, the world of all the @coat l~nd~ loft to undors~and~ the world of friond%~ Io and share lifo with youl IIve got ~3@ft~ haven't I? Of course you have, So some on, bo~l La~ghl (BEGINS TO LAUGH) Lift ~ou2 fsoe and laughJ The Jekels on youl, 5 you,ve Got the world| Laugh, I tell yo~] Laugh| (JOI~IS !{1%~ I~ i~AUG~ER -HESGTAMTIX AT PIRgT, THEH ~ITB INCREASING INTENSITY AS THE BARR~EB8 BREAK DO%~N) (AS ~ LAUGHS} Itts ~ood to laugh, isn't it? (LAUGH?NG) Yes: Yesl ltlB GOOd to lau~hl " Books and I friends - and psople - (THE STRAIIGER~S LAUGHTER FADES OUT AFTER A FE%%' SECONDS, ~JT T[TE BOY'S LAUGNI~ER OOFTINU~S) [i~% FAS~ - UND~L~IR~IX) ~edl TOG1 Ye~%~r8 l~UHh~nll ( CONTIRUER LAUGHING) Oee, Tedl You~ll be 811 right now| (LAU@HINO) Yeah| I~la all rightl But why ~a laughing? ~h~? [LAUGHINGLY) Bi~I Ask him| Him? Yeah| ~ie showed mO how to %augh aga|nl EO did i~| FI]-MO1 0190226
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(R~VISED) S ~E G PAGE 8 )~ JOEI He? Ted, who ya.talkinl about? TED.~ ~hls man here - the one thatts staz~ding ~ext to me| JOE; ~n? • TED: (EMPHATICALLY) Yes~ Here: Here| Right next to me| JOES (PUZZLEDLY) - (SLOWLY) But, goshs Ted~ thereTs nobody here•..nobody but that statue..., of Abraham Lineolnl MUSIC AT~O~ 0~9022F
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POWELL : (~EVISED) SOENB I0 Thank yot~Walter ~uston -- youlve addod anothe~ ~sat Linooln obaraote~Iz~tlon to the many that have won you suoh sOli~ plaO~ ~n Am~o~I B ~ffeotlon,...Tha~ksp too~ Bobby Mauoh -- there's a lot of future in store for you .... b. AI"MO~ O~90228
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TESTIMONIAL HOPE: HOPE : POfiELL : HOPE : HUSTON : EDPE: HUST0~T : HOPE : HUST OU : H)Pt : SCENt 11 - Pase i ~ ~VISED) "To be o~ not to he~ that is the q~estlon" ,,, "To be oP tOT to be, that4~ question" ..° "TO BE or not to B~]'l-- tee, I wish Shakespeare would make up his mind~ Here - be~e what ls w~th youI Bob Hope, Lay Off that 8h.kespsare st~ff - wet[e got a ~a_._.!l ~xponent o~ old %?illiem ~;ith us tonlght. Who? that Walte~ tucson? o.. What's he got that Shakespeap oouldnlt have got from m~? ... "Speak the speeohp I pPay thee, as I pronounce it , trlppingly on the ~ongue" ... Say do you know thatls not bad? Eas~'l Her~ comes ~a]terl ?lho cares? Speak the speech I pray thee,.Speako,Speakl Pardon me, is this Santa Anita? NO, this is Hamlet, ~ HOW do 3'on like that traffic cop? How de you like that Huston - thatis my stuffl / A YOU asked for i%~..~l~i~l VIalter, looks like youlre a t~iple-th~eat Lucky Fan ,,. You came ho~e to act fo~ ~s~ !:'e know you smoke Lu~hio~,, and f~onl what you Just to~ ~ob Hooe ~t ~o~I~d8 l~:e ~ou listen to ou~ show ho~o. i n~ve~ mlss it, Dick, 'Tell, IIm glad I've get ~n_~e rotular l~st~cr an~nvaT...So long kids,.,tak¢ it e~oonor. 81"~0'! 0190229
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PO~ELL! (~D REVISED) ll-g NOW that that dope e,, oi, .~, that EQp6 is out of the way~ Walter, lefts ~et baok to ~our 8mokIDg. ~Ind tSllIDg US why yoa smoke Luckies? NO ,,. thstls easy, Diok. I llke ~ and ,,, they ~Ike my throat, live smoked ~ekles fo~ ton yea~so Walter,., I1d say that *~,ake8 you a ~ Lusky fan ,,., Wall, in that respeo$~ Dioks I guess I~m not "so d|gferent from the rest of the ~ollyWood crowd .,. We llke a elgar~tt6 that suits ou~ tastesa and at tile s~s tlmep o~e that never bothers the ~roat ,,,,, TO me that ~e~ns Luok7 Bt~'Ike, Wellp oomphS f~om ~ou~ Walter Ruston~ that ~eally pGok8 ~% purloh. And again I want to tharf4 yOU for a ~and ~ob of %~oupin~, tonight, RtiO~ ~i~o~nd, ~I~ii ~OU~ YO[~ bet, Diok ... YouI~e n swell l'~o~t al~d Itll JuSt help ~ysclf to some ~o2e of ~oUm hosplt~llty, {A??LADSE) I/ }'USTON: PC~ELLI iO~¥ELL: . [S~ON. / ~, C RT:401 0190230
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(Rgv%8''~) BOENES 12 &15 ARNOUNCERI Your IlollyWood Parade oon$1n~es in Just a roomette OR(lVlE~TRA t ...... "LUOKY D/~X" ... STATION BREAK ... OR~ESTEA: ,"LUO~X ,DAY .... u? 6m .FI!us~ AIiNOUNCER: Back to You~ Holl~Iood Pa~adop starring Diok PowolI| With RoseMary Lanej Dudley Oh~mbe~s and the Luoky gingersj P. E. Bc, one~ o~ ~ t~ba~ ~c%ione~ B~b HoPes ~d o~r guests of the ov~ni~g~ Walter Huston and ~obby Maueh, The Parade moves on again as the Lucky Seven and the Luoky Strike Orohe~tra brines ~B a nk%mber that Js still a favorite with dmaoors from Ooast to coa~t..¢... I'~eu Cant~ ~top ~e ~om D~t~g'~, LUCKY SEVE~i & 0RggESTRA "g0o CARtT ~TO~ >~ FRO~ DREA~IRG" (APPLAUSE) RTH01 0190231 II
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'C ORCHESTRA : POV~LL: ORGHESTRA: POWELL: / (REVISED) 80e" 14 -I- ~rHOLL~VOOD AT ITS BEST".,,,TREME....FADE FOR: , , And so we oome to that pa~t of our sbow4~ ~&-@9--@l~-----~ ohanee to say some nioe things about some g~and people; the people We like to think of as o~ flm~t ~tlz~n~, Ton~t~ we pa~ %~ibut~ t~ ~ ~o%%nK-old man -- young as years g% yet old in polni of servloe $o ~Ir. and M~s, Merle Fan(,,.To me beds one of the flnest ~n in Holl~w;ood -. a typ$oal Amerle~n boy who never grew UP -- ~ith an A~e~ioan boy~8 love of all tb~t~s fln~ ~n l~fe, To us, he typifie~ Holl~vood At Its Best.,,, THE~ OUT.,..SEGUE..,.B,G, ~SIC Every one of the two o~ th~e hundred people in tiny Burchard, Nsb~aska~ is p~oud of a 8~gn painted on a g~sln elevator in honor of th8i~ ~ost famous son -- a men who was destined nave? to gmow up -- 8 ~sn %,~o has brousht ?~ lw~as~eable h~pp~n~s to the ~o~Id,,,Th~ sign ~ee~s simply -- "Harold Lloyd Was Born Hero",,,,F~om the very first ~wa~ted to be an a~to~, s~d ~lhe~ he Was l~ he landed a role in ~Te~s of She P*Ube~v~l]os"-- his first p~o[esslo~al venture, a~ for the ~ext few ~oa~s he pursued his chosen Gasser wlth eonsun~ing ~nthuslasm that on~y ~n AEerica~ boy oan ~ste~...,Afto~ a sho~t period at a dramatic school in San Dio~o, Harold got his [i~st merle job -- as an Indian on the old Edison f~im lot in San Diego .,,Then Hollywood beckoned) and Harold an$%Te~ed by sneaking past the ~atelnan of the old Unlve~sal studio with a ~roup of extras to land his first ~ob in this ma~d~ ~dty ,,. Late~) he mot anothe~ younEste~ Who had ~rahe~ited so~o money and wanted to make sho~t Co.edits ~. (~om~) P~ ~',~01 0190232
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POWELL : (CONT'D) (f 'VlSEO) 14- This ~ name was Hal Roach, The pair had theIT ups and downs, to be sures but before long th~ face and name of Harold Lloyd c~me to be known a~ong m0vieg0ers .., Then~ Just ~en thlng8 really began b~eaklng fop the boyt he s~ffe~ed what might have haon a f~tal accident...A bo~lh which h~ was uB~r~ in & plotu~e explodad. Weeks in the hosp~t~l followed., we~k~ T~hen it was thought ~hat Harold Lloyd would never sse agaln ... It Was duping thls period Of darknesap when others might have b0en plunged into tho oblivion of despai~s that Harold LloydIs ~ape 0outage, the Ssm~ courage which wa~ later to ~end him to the top, p~lled him throueh. 8taPti~ virtually ~I~ over a~'atn~ Lloyd b~an experlm~nti~g with h~s characterizations Hntll h~ evolvc~ th~ shy~ n~rvous, bespeOta¢le~ charaot~m we know today as Harold Lloyd ... th~ chsraoter that finally caught the h~art of a nation ... B~t~ from the ~ePy %~IrLn!r~ H~rold Lloyd had pl~dged himself to h~In~ to th~ sG~een only ths flncst, mo~t wholesome typo of comedy -. a pl~dg~ he h~s never broko~ ... It is hi8 infloxib]~ rule n~v~r to ~ak~ a plctur~ to ~hich he ~o~Id not t~k~ h~s mothe~ hi~ ~if~ and hls childr~ ~nd it is his chief source of pride today that no film of his ~ eve~ bean questioned by 6onsets.,, With his vIife~ whom yo~ first k~w es his leadln~ lady~ ~'itldred Davis .. his tv;o daughters Gloria ~d PeH~y~ ~nd hl8 son Harold Jr, -- he leads a llfe rich tn ~ts si~pllcity ...It's the ¢t~rn~l boy in Harold Lloyd that appeals to everyone -. th~ boy that has r%malnod thou a ppodu~tlon record that ~till ~tandatn Holl~Wood .. ~00 comedies in ~0 yoa~....500 oloan, ~holosome 6plsodes in tho llfe of the • lovable~ lau~habl~ bosp~ota~lod ohaPact~ w~ know a~ Harold Lloyd. (MORE) FtTHO~ 0?90233
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...................... :~:~:~-~,-~t¸ : :~ • ~ ~_ ~! f POWELL: Th~s, for h|m~ has not been aotlr~ -. this ~haraoter is not ~- (OONTrD) one of mimicmy and makeup -- eaoh time you see his reflection on ths soreen Eou ~Imply ~ee th8 mefleotion of .4~t~Amer~¢an boy ~never g~ew up...,And so, Harold, we wish you and yours some measure of the happlness you have brought others .. for to us, you typlfy "Hollywood At Its Best." ORCHESTRA: EUSIC UP FULL (APPLAUSE) j. r F~'~O ? O? 9023~
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~ pOWELL: POWELL ORCHEST~q: S0ENE ~S (~ a^sons -~ e favorite of m~ne -- that might be oompa~od to M~old, booers@ it Wears ~o ~@ll ,,,, ItTS an oldie - all d~essed up in a n@w suit of @lothes... I~Dinah~I ,,. "DINA~" ., (APPLAUSE)
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i / ~HERWOOD..~.~Dlck,foan I ask ~ou a (~uestton. ........ O~,t~,,/~.~i~ ~ ~,.~ t ....... ~-,t POWELL: ~-%Wl~'9"--'I@~t'~jAlOt t~ halo it* Well . do yo~ think itls polite to t~k about people behind ? 20'.',ELL: !m~l--J~st what'~ worryinG FOU~ @@%~o1~woo@? ~I~R.7OOD: Well - I want to talk about Walter Huston behind his hack. • ~'~L Who ever heard of a~ annottnoer worrying About etiqu~tts anyhow.. ,Go mhead, Bob, ! LF~A'OOD: All ~Ight. What I want to say about Walter Huston is something lots of p~ople would never suspect, Because when you see th~s ~eat aoto~ on the stage or in the movies, he ~sms to a~t so eas~ bhat...well.~.~o~'d nev~ know what hgrd work it is. }low because act|ng is ha~.d work - and particularly ha~d on th6 voice a~d tbmo~t - the one question that used to wo~ry praoticsll~all actors ~v~s... PO'~LL: T~ smok~ o~ ~ot to ~oko? SHE~RdO~ : You*re right~ Dick, Because actors can't affol~d to risk thei~ throatB in smoking Thatts wh~ it Bho~id m~al~ a ioh to ~ s~oker that so many actors like 'dalter Huston have solved this particular question the s~no way,..with Lucky Strike cigarettes. Walter Huston pointed out that Y.uokie$ have never bothered his throat in I0 yea~s o£ snaking them, Hereto the rsasonl The exclusive Lucky Strike p~oooss "It's Toasted" takes o~t cort~i~ harsh irritants naturally present ~n all tobacco. ~hese irritants a~o out of Lucklcs - so Luokios are a light smok% easy on the throat, Thatts as easy for you to find out as it was for ;/alter H~ston, Next time you buy ~igsrottos, ask for L~cky Strike, L BYHO~ 0~90236
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%-- PO'/~ ZL I LANE & ORCHESTR~ ~EVlS~D:'~ SO~NE l~ Than~Bob -. Said like a trouper,',,.A few weeks ago I sang a song on the programwhlch to me contains mo~t of the elements of what the gentlemen of Tin.Pan Alley call a solid sookeroo .'., dr# closer to th8 home plate~ a hit. It was"Sweet Someone"~l'Tgnlght live asked Rosemary to give us her verslon of thisA~c~ular ditty,,. Okay, Rose~a~y.~-.~Z. - .~'.~ e"' "SWEET 80~.EONE" (APPLAUSE) FI l'~O "1 019023,-'
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POWELL: Thank~ Ro~emarym ~ou dld a lovely Job wlth a lovely song,,, m ' Now Ladle~ and gentlemen, II~ Eoi~g to le~ you in On a d~mk and sl~i~er ohapter of Walt~ Huston's past°,.Yo~ know him as a Shake~pea~fian ~oto~ an~ ~n exponent of the hl~hest forms Of the dra~atio art,...But Itll bet not many of you know that he is an ex-vaudeville actor =- and more than that, is a former song-and-danoe mgn~ HOPE: Well~ Thatlm a pretty kettle of ~m~.~.You build him up and tear me down, and here Walter and I vlepe tralned in the same ~chool...,, POWELL: Y~3~4 but he graduated| .... How~m I doin~, Walter? HUBTON: Fine.,,Riohard.,flne, HOPE: Say is that really on the level, Walter? HUtTO);: Certainly, Bob.. ,For 15 yea?s we h~d an sot t~t really put lem in the alsles.,,Yes, and it's a d~ned shame there Isn't ~ny~vaudeville~to~ay. ~-- P~XELL: It must have been great trouping the one~nlght stands in those days, Walter.. HU~TOE: Well, i% ~;as a lot of ~augh~, anyway -- and not ell of them oam~ fro~ th~ ~dlonoe, HCPg: Pretty tough ~o get those big guffaws, eh Walter? ~e~ ~ZTOH: Itls ~lways tough to get laughs, ~, you know that,,.0f OOUPSe in those days we~ all~e trioks -- a meohanleal orickot in the hand to toll the audlenoo what a joke wns when they heard it, you kno~: one of tho~o ollokerg? Then there was the gag of hitting your partner over the bend with a ~ewspapoP...~ all the t~ioks. F~ T H01 0"190238
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( F~NAL REVISION~ 18-2 PO~ELL: PO'YELL: ORCH: HUSTCN: "f/ell IV.alter, how about Flying US & sample of yo~r old v~ud~ville aot~ Ail right. Diok, but d~n't sa;, I ~idntt warn you, Swell ..... You and Bob step off ~t~ge ana ~et ready to make your 2ntrance in ~ood old vaudeville style;...Ladlo~ and ~, you wlll next be entertained by the international Favorites, Hus~on and Hope, Those Two Snappy Chapplos ..... A ll~tle entrance music, ~f yo~ pleaseI profogsor, . . .. ,: %.~ .... ~P~c~ Music, FOaT~, .faST ~D CO.~NYI .~" ~ Good ovenlng ladies, and those ~,ho oomo with yo~d You kno'~i I a funny thing happened to me as I vIe.S oomln~, in th~ ~t,~ge d~or tonight. A f~!la ~t~ppod up to me ~.nd staid, "Soy, [tPC yo~/ ~Ioltop ~.~OtO~ the aotoP?II SO I thanked hII~ a~l~ be se.ld, ~S&y~ you've travelled all over, tell me -- if i mall a letter %0 my AUnt In Chioa~o, will 8he gct It?" I s~Jd~ 'ISu~e,H and he 8aid~ "-" ~oP.~t see ~ £h8 llvo~ in St. Louls!",,..(ORIOK~ BUS-'-NSSS).,,.V/ell he v~i~ p~0tty d~b, but he~s not a~. dunb as my ~Irl, Hc~ name is IIsll%o out t.t home, (CR~OICET) ~oy, i~ she dumb. WOI~, I ;up~oso ka~v all you foll:s ~Pe tired of lau~hln~ so I villi ~ow sin~ a ll~tlo ballad entitled "Tillle Got Cut of Bed', W~ Want To Use The Sheet ~o get The Table," If you please, professor... 0180239
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~ FINAL REVISION ) ISn'T HUSTON & ORCHESTRA: SOUND: HUSION: HOPE: HUSTON: HOPE: HUSTON: HOPE: HUBTON: HUSYOZ~ & OECHESTRA: "BACK IN YOUR 07,~ BAOK Y~RD" UNTIL IgTFZ[RUPTED BY 0BASH Neyj ~!lhEtt~ going O~ h~ro? Exouso me, I dropped my watch Sce h~ra, younF m~n. V{hatls the Sdoa of Intorruptlng my singing? Oh, ~,,t~s that slnglnE? (GIVKS BI@ 8TA@E LAUGH) ~, a smart aleck, hey? ~ do you roallze I Dan sing liED a canary, tr~ll llke a thr~sh¸ and warblo llko a mockinE blrd~ In fact, I Dan do anythin~ a bird Dan do. Yu~h? IId llkc to seo you tako ~ bath In a Bauco~! (STAGE LAUGH) i~~ . ~wenty-~hree skldoo for yOU~ All z'IEht p.~ofesso~, if yod~ please.I FIRST FOUR BARS "BACK IN YCUK DT;N BACK YARD" A 1";"(01 0190240
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HOE~: }flISTON : HOPE: BD~TON~ }lOPE: HUSTO~I: HOPE: D~ Z ~ ~ (. ~_. . ,{FINAL REVISION) 18-5 i Don't hit moV- ~Im a s%ck m~n, ~hls morning I ate somo of ~our wlfois pan~ake~, (HU3TON HITS) Thatts for making na$%y remarks about my wifols p~noakes, If you even mention the word "pancakes" again, Itll smack I wonlt montio~ it, Now what did you say you had for breakfast? I said I had some p.pp-p-p .... ~affleBI That's bette~. I']i bet FOU thought I was going'to say "panoakes", NUSTON: IIOFE: }~STO?I: EOFE: (HUSTO~ ]~TS) Didn't I tell you not to mention that word agaln$ You don't h~vc to holler at ~e. lw~ used to taking ~! ordo~. ~ ~$ in the a~y. You were in the a~my~ Y~s. I got a medal for bravo~, too, Why in one battle I e~ptur~d i~ o~ the enemy. A dozen bullets struck z~o right over th~ hcart~ but ~ k~pt rl~'n~ ~n g~ng, L I~TH01 01902~2
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0 0 1 -8 I!USTON~ Just a mfnutep ~'oun~ ~n, You say a dozen bull6t~ "$tl~uck HOPE: ~JSTON : Ckg~qK%: }IUS fi%N : ri~ib over the hea~ al%~ yot you kopt right on going? Ilm so~ry~I hit Lyou~ Yo~Iro a brave man and a c~odlt to your co~try~ But tell ~e, how wa~ it that you werenrt kill~d~ I ~o~ a proteobor ove~ my h~a~t. A proteotor? What was it? Ono of ~our wifels panoakesl (HUgTON HITS) CHORD IN G L~dles and gontlemo~s my pa~tne~ ~nd I will waaq ~endor a ballad :~do popular by that Kin~ of the Ninstr~imen~ Mr. Eddie Leonard -~ "By The L~ht Of Th~ Silvory Moon." If ~ou ploaso, p~o~osBo~ °.. HUSTO][, I[OPE & OR01~ST~@. l I'BY THE LIGHT OF T}[E giLVERY M00~_~." (APPLAUSE) F~THO'I 0~90243
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j ..~.~.,. - .~_ i~ ~,~.~,~• • .,.~ ~ . .... • _,~ "~ (FINAL REVISION) <4 0 i0 pO'~ELL: Thank ~ou, Walts~ H~ston,. ,That wa~ a lob ~£ f~n, ~" HU~TON: I enjoyed doing it, Diok, end I think llve disoove~ed a swell partner in Bob Hopo,.,Vlho knows? Maybe vaudeville will come baok| IIOPE: It should -- we brought the Jokes backl POWELL: young ~nI I gee yo~ have a nevtsp~pep in yeti~ h~d~. Would you mind glvlng it to ~e? EOP~: You r~ally v;ant it, Diok? P O%'IELE : Of Oourse 1 }lOPE: You got it] (HOPE HITS) POY,~LL: That's not the way I thought ~ was gOin~ to get itl thanks ag~aln .- and a speolal %'eo~d fo~ you, Walto~ Hus~on-- ~'zetll have a spot Of ~siC fop )-ou~, ple~s~pe as ~oon a~ ou~ I~I~. Shepwood Says a wo~d in behalf of Mr, Llloky St~ke .... %Vhen you buy Oiga~ette8 m~member the ohant of the tobaooo auctioneer. FOP P, E. Boon~ who gave th~ ohant O~ tonlght~s EPo~'am is t~pi~l of the i~dops~d~nt ~xps~ts - b~ye~s, s~etio~leo~s and ws~oho,Ise~e~ - Those men a~8 oomplet01y ~ndopendenb - not 0onneotod trite any ~:•<! ~ .* ~nufaettu, e~ - and they see wh_~o buys ~vhat rebated, With those exports . with l~en who know tobacco best .*. Itls Luokles S to i. ~T~01 01902~
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% / /- FINAL REVISION) SOENES 20 and gl POWELL: And so back at it 8galn,,,.Dudley Cgambors and the Lucky Slngers,.Al Ooodman and the Lucky Strike orchestra, .... ~~ GtPing~ o.lonG o~ tha~ allltim~ favorite "%he" fyom Jerome Kernls hit show ~ISunny.~lA Take ~t, ~,~4 ~-~" p£ZVELL, LUOKY SINGERS AND OHCHESTBA ~/.~ I'WNO" (APPLAUSE) OBCEEST~BA: .~2HQ,, ,: .., ,BE?RISE ~OR: POWELL: A~d so, once a~aln weJve ~oksd avlay a~other of Your Hollywood Parades -- It ls been sw011 b0ing v!Ith ~ou and we hope that youlll be ~';ith us when tho next Parade marches past your loudspeaker, wherever yo~ m~y b0., ..v~eq~.e going to have so~6 swell speoi~Ll guests at the pnr~y next week, including george Brent and Olivia De gavilan~L, stars of the Wa~nem Brothe~s :i Cosmopolitan ploture "Gold is ~,Tr.ere You Find It", T~ien, striotly for laughs, there'll be gob Hope. Also another appearance of E, E. Scone, the f~ous tobacco auctioneer, gf course theg~" ~ Guard wiil be~hero, vIith Rose~%ar~V L~ne, Dudl~y Sh%.-~'oe~ £nd th~ Lucky gingers, the Lucky Seven swlngsterE, and AI Goodman and ths l~.ds of the Lucky St~ke C.~ohestra,., .go it~ s so-lea for now, ~d %l~til wc get together again a wee.~ ~ tonight, thls is Dick Powe[l saying Goodnight gang -- goodnlght evorybodyl OECHESIEA: biUSIC UP AND FINISH (APPLAUSE} R~'H01 01902~5
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A!JNOUNCER~ CHOR:IS AND s~ 22 "YOUR HOLLY~OOD pARADEIr Luoky Strlkc wishos to thank %~arnor Brothers Stlldlos for tholl~ coopai~tlon in pi~eB~Itin~ Yolir Holly~'ioo~ Pal~ado, ORC~ESTRA: "LUCKY DAYS, ARE HERE AOAIN~' AI!NOUNCERI~T~is is the Rod Not~ork of tho National Broadoas~in~ Company~ BTHO' 0J902~6
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I, AUCTIONEER 2, HAPPY DAYS 5. POWELL (I DOUBLE DARE YOU) ORCHESTRA & CHOEUS (LULLABY OF BROADWAY) 5. BEHIND THE SCENES 6. POWELL (YOU'RE A SWEETHEART) 7, COMMERCIAL ROUTINE SHEET REVISED 8. ORCHESTRA (NICE WOEK) 9. DRA~!ATIC (GOLD IS WHERE YOU FIND IT) i0. TESTIMONIAL Ii. STATION BREAK 12. ORCHESTRA & CHORUS (SING YOU SINNERS 13. HOLLYWOOD AT ITS BEsT (PAT OIBRIEN) 14. PO%'IELL (LOOK FOR SILVER LINING) 18, C C!~MERCPAL 16, LAI~E (IrVE SOT YOU UNDER ~ SKIN) 17, BOB HOPE 18, CO~!ERCIAL 19, FINALE (SONG OF THE VAGABONDS) SO. CLOSING AN~IOUNCEMENT (REPRISE) HAPPY DAYS THENE & SIGN OFF P
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I ANNOU~ICER: Listen to the ¢han$ of the toba0oo a~otlo~eer I AUCTIO~ER: (FADE IN CHANT),, .,FIRST BALE,...8OLE A~EEICAN 8ECOND SALE, ,..SOLD AMERICAN THIRD SALE,... (Endln8 with) All done -- SOLD TO THE A~RIOAN TOBACCO COMPANY ANNOUNCER: Naturally, the independent tobacco experts - llke the auctioneer you Just heard -- knOW who buys what tobacco, Wlth these experts . "with ~en who k~ov~ tobBcoo heBt" -- itls Luokles 2 to II"
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~_~ .... ~=~ ,~T~F~;~.~,~~i' ~:~ ~ LI~ ~i~ i " _0RcREs~'~, "HAP~Y DAYS" ~A~A~ ~ ANNOUNCER: Lucky Strike presents -. ORCHESTRA: "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE ~ A},NODNCER: "YORE HOLLYWOOD PAEADE" ... Starring Di~k Powell i OROH AND CHORUS~ "HAPPY DAYB ARE HERE AGAIN", ..THENCE ANNOU~TCER: "YOUR HOLL~V00D PARADE" -- brou~htto you by the ~anufacturer~ of Luoky Strlke C~garette~, from Stage 3 at W~rner Brethere' Studlos --- one full hour of Holly~ood Highl~gJ~ts, fee~ng the pulse of reality in the ~apital of N, ake-Believe -.- Reporting the news, the 61emour, the of Hollyweod.°..And here i~ your host- Dl0k Powell~ (APPIAUSE)
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(REVISED) SCENES 3 and 4 POV~[L & OPCB~ST~A:t~I DOUBLE D~SE'~....FADE ~OR: Good evening ladies a~d gentlemen, this is Dick Powell in Ho11~vood .... Wells Your Hollywood Parade is again headBd in your direction, and tonight our host ~r. Lucky Strike has outdone h~mself to bring us a little of this and that fromrSlamourland. Tonlght'8 ~uests Include George Brent and Ollv~a de Haviland~ stars of the ~Jarner Brothers Cosmopolitan pietu~e~ "Gold Is Where You Find It" ,~., then a little prying behind the scenes for a look at another phase of picture-making~,..And it looks as if youlre in for another helping of that dashing Hollywood lothario~ Bob Hope .., Does that tally with you, ~rother Sherwood? SNERWOOD; Hight, Dick .,. Then there1~ F. E. Boones the famous tobacco auctlonser and the Old Guard Hosemary l~nej Dudley Chambers and the Lucky gingers, the Lucky q~ anO A~ Goodman and the Lucky Strike orchestra ..° /f So~mds like a busy evening, Bob, so letls waste no more time getting under way .~, The Pmrade starts moving with A1 Goodman and the Lucky Singers in "Lullaby of Broadway", a "~ picture I did for the Brothers Warner a few cans of greasepaint ago -- "Gold Diggers of 1985"...~ -~I -- Okay, AI, take over .... ORCHESTRA & LUCKY 7: "LULLABY OF BROAEWAy" (AFF~\USE)
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pOT/ELL: :;>- I HOPE: @ SCENE 5 Pagv 1 ~RD REVISION Neatly dones ~le~ early doD , ~_2 ~ood oventng, Dick./f.'And how Is the llttle~$hlrloy Temple pOY~LL: ~t Bob Hops. And howts the little Jane W~thers of Paramount~ EOPE: Oh~ I fe~l ~t~a br~t%¥ ~nisht. I ~u~t ~ ~our ~a~% plctu~e, and you know the Beats were ~ unoo~o~tablv could hardly Bleep a w~nk. new picture last night# Sob. }tOPE: Oh, you dld? ~O~A~LL: Yes~ I w~nted ~o be alone. ~0PE: Oh, come now, E~¢hard, Enough of thi@ folderol, ~ got ~ the let hwe early t~d~y. We ~e at Wa~ne~ SPot. I~OW~ ~penlt we~ }I0PE: I thought I~d see some of th@ ~ushe~ of yo~ new plo~u~e. pOV~ELL: If you mean "CoWboy from B~o~kly~ It l~n~t oven finished yet. HOPE: Not flni~hed yetl Why they ~ta~t~d three days aEo, I thought lld eom@ o~/e~ ~0 gl%'O yo~ a f@w ~o~nteP~ on hOW tO h~dlo yOUr ~o~ntLo ~¢ene~. You m~y not know lt~ ~nt a lot of people mistako ~e for ~ob@~t TGylO~, Just befor0 the p~ogPam a fellow ~alked up to me and S~%id: VHow ~ So~?" ~.O'//ELL; Yos~ live soon yOt~T wore -- youlro So~t of n Do~Id Duck with blood,...So yo~ wo~t for a little pPevl@w peo~ of my new picture, Oh? .... ~TH01 0"190251
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C~ C" (~ra RB~IgIO~ ~ 5-~ g0~: YO~s and ItIs IncL~v,~lous.,,I1m Just Ora~v obout that soono wh~ro you talk to tho ko~'so and tho horso talks b~k. P0:~LL: C'I:, you llkod it. HOPE: y~,%h, but goo you lookcd funny woarlng that b~ddle. ,.Bay, ha~d did you get t~t nag to whinny ~ust at the, right ti~ P0~.~LL: ~ny, Bob. I'm surp~isod...An aotor Of your O~ should know tho trioks of his %rado -- that was ~ono by tho Speolal Effects Do~a~t~ont. HOPE: Wall, I havon't ti~o to bother with thoso little dotails, D~ck...Bpoolal Effoct~, oh? POV~L~.~ Youth.How nbout going ovor to the Bound Dopartmont no~ and Afto~' all, whilo you'ro trying to c~ou'd that profilo of ~ important th~ngs. 1!0wE: .~el], if you think It will ~n~leh ~y ~l'ti~t~y~ "Irl kt.. PO~!,~[[: ~, Iotas go OVO~ and soo Hal ~h~v~ - hol~ An ch~r~o of ~h~ Bound Dop~,rtn~ont,,.oit~s right n~xt to St-~go 3 h~ro.,, SOUND: (D00~ 0PE?! & CLOBE) HO._, This i~ bh~ ~ound Dop~rt~1ont, oh~ :~Ioo loc~tion fo~ -% SHAW: ~i, Di~k. PO~',~LL: Oh hol~o~ Hal, I want yogi to m,~t Bob ~lopo. HOPE: You kno'~, tho ~etor~ S]L~I'I: ~ln~ tO I~noii, you~ POT.~LL: • Theft fooling ~ill bc only temporary....F0b wants to find ~howing off a littlo? 0190252
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PO <EIL~ S}[AVi~ BOUND: ?0 FELl : SiAWt PO ~LI: }lOPE: SK\!~: 80UIID: HOP£ : S{AW; (- (3rd hEVISION) 5-3 Sure, Dick....7 was ju~t ~'unn~ng the sound track for that ~odco scone in your,!'iotu~'e....Thnt do for s ~t~rtur? Okqy~ hero go~s.,. (LO~}ING O~ CATTLE....,9OUISD OF HOOVE8~ ETC.) Dic~z~s a little off key tonight -- linnet Io~ ~h'.tls just a sample of l'lh-tls f.oln$ into Dickls Ficture, Say, H~l....sholv him ~ thls museum pi¢ce h.ro vorks, will you? Wait~ll I ~rl lho hzndlc: (AUTO }0~ ..... SQUEAl, O~ !hAK~S...LI%~ 61,~ ..., I;OC TOO O00D) aoundod like J,ck Bonnyls Xaxwoll w-.rming ~'.p. ~htt~s thc old ~,uto 01'~I~ eff(ct~ o~<~w, tad by hc~nd.,,.lo~ WO h~V~ ".et~!,\~ Cy Shus y',cordcd or. ytcor~.3 ~nd fJlT~i -. thcy~ro 2ruth boltcr..+.]ikc th!o or. ~ for inst:t~co. (~,O~Ck ..... }lOll( ..... $Cf~Eq O} i~RJd{-~....2EPRIJ!C CRA$}I] SOUD: / }IOTa: Honest, offlccyI ] h~d o:~]y one glqss of bcer~ ; Uot b~d, ~h ]Iobcrt?....8~y H~]~ ~k~ q bu~ldlng col]~pso '¸ ~T~/- fop my p~l hcr~ v:i~l ~ou? ~h~t on~ rc~]l~" gots ~e°°,. ~]H01 0190253
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[ (THIr~ P~VIsION) 5-4 ~- MHAW: Sure ... Got any peanuts, Mr. Hope? ), HOPE: Pes~uts? MOWELL~ Yeah~tthe stuff youtre wo~klng fo~ ... W~th peanuts the sound engln~e~s can create the nolss of a b~ilding coll~p~Ing, fo~ ~a~thqwako s~nes and stuff. MOPE: With peanutB~ SHEW: Yes ... You just take a couple of shells, hold them close to a mlorophon¢, and the sound comes out on the othe~ end llke th~s ... $OU~D! COLLAPSING BUILDIt~@ DONE ~ITH THE EH~-LLS HOPE: That sounds llke mo falling for Dietrloh. That one ~r~ai~ly b~ought th~ houBe 6ewe, ~h~ ~P~DPL~U~K) POWELL: /If/Bob here has a so~nd effect of hls own, Hal ... it s th~ sound of a comedian laying an egg~54/~.W,~y~/z~-~ ,~/~ -~. j ~MAW: That may not impress y¢~ mu~h by itself but add it on ~- the end of an airplane dive and you~w really got~ ppwsr something --- llke this ... SOUND: POWER DIVE -- PSANQT CRUSHI~JG ROPE: Soun~ ~eal enough~ .... S~uu~z ldk~ Martha Rays brushing her teethe. SH~W: Wd've often used effects like that for war scenes. It's a r~al eombl~ation of unusual things which produce the final effect. ~o get that ~ffeot .. ~ve u~ed an actual airplane mote~ ... a wlnd machine .. a String cevere~ with re~in for a whining sound -- all put tcgethe~ and when yo~ see it in the theatre it takes you ~Ight out of your seat, E~at v~ould you likm to see next? HOPE: ?/ell, what's that oontraptlon? Looks llke one of Rubs Ool~berg:s inventions. ~0WELL: No - that's a wind mash~ne - a fello~ by the name of Hopm modelled fom it.,.
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(- C~ (3~d REVISION) 5-~ HOPE; Really?~'..;Ila-h~ --~ HOF ~e --- PO~LLl~TThat contraption hae a history, Hob...;itl~ the train effect used in the first t~iking picture, "The Lights of New YoPk" .~;~..~n those days It was some st~ff~ E!~A'IJI Y~h~ ~ ~r~ 1~dgh~ ~o~id ~f that gou~d ~ffn~ts b~lle~ ..i.lt~s Just a fiat board with a cyllnder and pi~ton on It~ with a hollow tube to blo~ in to get the train %'hlstle .o,,Listen ~o dig T', . (TDP~ ~%NUAL TRAIN F~FECT~ ?~OPE: Say, you Just crank It up: That's ~rveloUS.o.. S}]AW: NOW listen to this one -- a repPoductlon of an actual traln~ taken ~'d~ht e~t the r~ii-~o~t% erecting. SOUND: (FAST TNAIN GOING OVER CROSSING) HOPE: ~,VOWl I Did you heap that thing go by...~ "¢;henevoP I h~ tr~i~ noiso ~ J~t ~'al1~a got OUt end go 91aces,,, .~O"~LL: I get the same effect II~t~nlng to your Jokes... SOUND: (EXPLOSION) ~ke It easy, ~5oh -- H~d w~sJu~t ~omoR~tr~ti~g his explosion effect. What's that~ It's a e~mmon hous~ screen stretched ove~ a frs~ a~d eon~octe(l to a phonograph pickup -- 'I/hen you hit the s~con - the sound Is m~gnlfiod and the effect is very real ..... L1 !~ten. ~k 1"N01 0180255
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HOPE: POWELL t SHA?I: HOPE; SHAIY : HOPE: &HAW : POWBLL : HOPB: PO?~ELL I HOPE: PO~gELL I SOHNDt PO"/ELL : HOPE: SOUJ.~D: Gee~ and to think I Eave ~way my E~eotor setJ Wetve ~Ot a lot of Bwel~ effeot8 olasslfi~d %~%do~ "Biffs and Bangs".... V~atls that? Biffs and Ban~s,...~ou ~aaow~ the sotknd of a fist hittinE a guyts Jawj fallin~ on the floo~ -- W~tve ~ot lem labeled "Seek On the Pu~s", "Boxing Glove to the Button" -. you heard plenty of that in "Kid Galahad" -- then the~els "Falllng Thou a DOO~~ -- even One wo Gall "A Kiok $~ the P~nts". *.. A klOk in the pants? I $~ppose you ~e~tioned that last b~cau~e it so~t of b~ings up the ~ear[ (PROP LAUGH) All this fo~ nothing~ Suppose ~ou and Diok act tou~h wlth eaoh othe~ and l~ll~ suppl~ the effects.... Me -- get toush? Whattll I use for ~useles? Go ahead -- get mad at Dick, (AOTING ~OUGH) Listen Hope I don~t like you~ rage,.., Is that so --- Getting tou~h Powell, Yeah tough.,,,Don~t you llke it? I didntt say nothint bo~s, Oh, ~a didn't . well, why dldnlt ya take that,... (SOCK) KOWtd ~a like that. Oh -- so y~ want a flEht do ya...,why dldnl y~ Say so,,,. this is fo~ nothlnl, (SOO____K~) o 9o256
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e i ~ pOWELI : SOUNDt (~nd ~EVI SION) S~. B 7.' Oh yewh,., ,take that$ (BOOK ROUTINE. ~, .OHUN, ,T@ ~P I, IB..,, ,STRUGGLE,., .BI~ BOOK .... GROAN., .. BODY PALL) HOPE; Isntt sound wonderful. I didnit even muss my hair. Tell ~B mope, ~, Shaw, SHAW: Well~ you haventt ea~atGhed the stereos. Wa~ne~Is have 8OO,0OO feet of speoial effects fl~ that are used in daily produotlon. And We cover all special events that may have sot~d that we can use -° football gamess storms, floods and eve~ eaTt~uakes. POWELL: Well Hal, thanks a io~ c for showing uB aro~t~d, SHAW= 1{ot at all, Diok,.,.~y time. Be long, and Ilm still Nlad to have ~et yo~s Me, HOpe .... HOPE: .~ Thanks, ~..,So lonG.,., $O~D: (DOOR OPENS & CLOSES) POWELL: Well, Bob -- arenlt you izlp~essed Just a little? HOPE: Oh I dontt know, Diok -- that sound sffeots stuf~ is Just a matter of usln~ you~ Ima~Inatlon thatls all .... For instance, I could whip up a nifty myself if I had the stuff to work with, pOI"~EL L : Ah, quitl HOPE= On the level, Diok...ohepe - glve ms that little stlok thepc HOPE: Just listen .... BRAOKLE OF LIGHT ~OOD) EXCUSE ~,~| (CRACK~ EXOUSE ME| (0HACKLE EXCUSE ME[ POWELL: V~atls that supposed to be? HOPE: Thatts Chaplie McCarthy with the hiccups[ POF/ELD = ~,~,",% 4~ ~,',% V [ O ROR : TAG ,~ ............ [~ (APPLAUSE) t~TM01 019025?
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OHCHESTHA: ( ~ND ~VXSION ) "SOENE 6 HIT INTR0 InYOUn~h~ A SW~THE~Tu,, .FADH FOR~ ~INOUNCZR: Your Hollywood Parade moves on asd Dick Powell sings a son~ thatns a favorite from coast to coast --- Number on UYo~r Hit Parad~".~,.~youn~e A S~eetheart"...from the picture of the same n~e. (APPLAUSE) / L ~1 T NO ~/ O790258
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You~ ~oll~wood Parade Feb. 16j 1958 SCENE B PA@E 1 INTRODUCTIOn;: "GOLD IS V6~RE YOU FIND IT." POI~[,L: -M~s sta~-stUdded guest hook lies open -- and e~-~n, two players whose names are high up on you? personal popularity poll, have come to inserlbe thei~ names on tonlBe~s pass....Ladies and gentl~msn - the oo-sBa~ of the new WarneP Brothers ~,~, picture in boohnicolo~, "Gold Is %~hore You Find it" -- Miss Olivia de Havilland .. and ~, Georee DMent .... (APPLAUSE) 0LIVIA~ Hell% Dick-- ~I~!P~" POV~ELL: A welo0mo to o~ Hollo;cod Parade/ Olivia. How a~e you G~or~o? BF~NT: Fit as two fiddles, Dick. I'0%',~LL~ Both of you ought to be walking on alr if the pre~ie~ of 'PGOId Is i~ore YOU Find It" is a yardstick to 7- • mea~e the ~e~t of ~ho oo%k~t~y. OLIVIA: Itls a ~and story, Dick, It has ~weop ~oolo~ ~'om~oo - BR~IJT: A ~od-blooded yarn that ca~ohe~ all the Elamo~ of ~ho~e early days in Sallfo~ni~ .. ~0?~LLI : NOW, hold on a mlnuto~ -I thlr~k you've ~ado it Clear that yo~ believe itl8 a ~eoat plot,s -- hut how about Bivln~ us a sl~all p~oviow so/wc can Judge fo~ o~soIvos? OLIVIAI (POSITIVELY) Oh - that oouldnl$ h0 done, Dick. PO~,~ELL: And why not? • /, • C BREN~: /i~ It WOuldnlt be doing ~ho piot~o ~ustioo. RINO~ O190~60
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ORCHESTRA: C ,(MEVIgED) SOEN~9 - Pose 8 OLIVIA: • No, Why -- you m~ght as well t~y to condense a twenty-five volume eneyclopod£a into a vest-pocket n~tobookl POWELL: Well - that sort of puts us on a spot, doosnlt it? BRENT: No ~ not nt all, Dick, When we he~rS we were to Join your parade tonlte, we asked one of the writers to fix us up with an ~ scene -- OLIVIA: Yes. You knowj Dick - a scene that could have been in the picture -- only it isnlt, POWELL: ............. 6~--~_~1 Am I anywhere near correct when I say what you want to do is a variation on the real plot of "Gold Is Where you Find It?" 0LIVIA: Thatls its exactly. IIll play Scrcna Perrls -- Just as I did in the plctu~e -- BRENT: And I'll play Jarod Whitney. And the tlme and the place will be th~ aame -- California in 1877. OLIVIA: But instead of showing yo~ the way Jered and Screna do meet in the 21cturo ,. we'll show you the w~y they m1~ have met, Diekl I'0%IELL: Now, thatts rsally an ideal ... fill toddle over to a box seat and --- OLIVIA: 0h, no you donlt, dear Ei0hardl Yourll x'ead this llttl¢ bit which prscedes our sketch -- setting th~ scene P01ELL: Thatls what I say -- Itll stay right here and set the scene., (CALLS OFF) ... All right, Al Goodman, a little sold rush ~uslc for Miss Olivia de Havll~nd and Mr. George Bront] MUSICAL CURTAIN ... FADE AND BAC~GHOUND... POWELL: California -- 1877 -- The fabulous, romantic days of the second gold rushl ... A he~se and buggy, d~Ivon by Jar0d Whitney, a tall, r~ngy, young engineer, is owr-taking a Wells Fargo coach, bogged down in the mud. The coach driver is sadly shaking his head and addressing his only passenger, a young, pretty girl in o many-ruffl~d dress ... (SOUND OF HOOVES 0F~) The driver speaks,... P i ....................................... --~ -~---~--~-
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@ DRI%'ER : SERENA i DRIVER: JARED: DRIVER: JAHED: DRIVERI JARED: DRIVER: JARED~ JARED: DRIVER: SERENA : JARED:
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it DRIVER : JARED: JARED: SERENA : JARED: SER~IIA : JAKED: SERENA JAPED: SRRRRA : JARED: S~P~NA ~ JA2~D: SEkERA I JARED: SERE~A : JARED: SERkNA : Q 9-4 (FADING) Goodbye, Mi~s Serena--I (AFTER SLIGHT pAUSE) Nice day.... ( PAUSE. ;..LOUDEH) I sai_~d .i it's a nloe da~ (WITH DIGNITY) I heard you. Irm not deaf. Then whatls the matte~, Sprat? Has the oat Hot your tongue? (COLDLY) I simply doni~ Choose to oontlnue tho oonversation- that's all. (SURPRISED) I dldntt know we,d even started it. Tell me .. did I miss e~m~)~M~? l~- I donlt permit people to Gall me "yottuH one" -- "little girls' -- and .. and IrSPHAT"[ Oh.... (SERIous) B~ you really are, you ]~ow. (INSULTED) I beg your pardon| (HASTILY) Youtre ~o~ -. tbnt,s wbnt I ;noant to &%y. .~ (LOFTILY) Young? Ilm soventoen. YOU s~oly donJt eall~ that young, do you? (FEIGNED SURPRISE) Seventeen? Not really?i (GRANDLY) And two months and seven days. (ADMIRING) ~ YOU eertaluly are woll-proserved. Not ~ ~-- sign of n wrIDklo or the shadow of a double ohln. (FRIGIDLy) If youlre t~,ying to be funny -- (QUICKLY) Oh, no -- not at all| P~osident Grant doesnlt consider m~ a ohildl He kissed my hand. .~'/~/;i~/ / ~ .... (IN A%~) You don't mean it| /The right or left? (IGNOHING }[I},~) It was at a reception in San ~aneisoo while I was visiting my aunt. We %vent to see Jo~% L. Sullivan's boxing exhibition, tool
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~ARED: SERENA: JAPED: SERENA: dARED: SEHERA: JAPED: SERENA: JAPED: -/ 9-5, /. Wasn,t that Just ~ bit-- well, rough? I didn't thlnk so, I admire men of aetlon. Ah? Those who llve darlngly~ ( UNDERSTANDINGLY ) Uh-huh, Who laugh lightly at dangert Ah, yes, derena. (RO~IANTICALLY) Whot for a fai~ lady's honor or slightest whim will brave even the very jaws of death itself with a sad, ~weet, iu~olent mr~il8~ JAPED: I see. And tell me~ have you many men of such osllber in these parts? SERENA: (SCORNPULLY) Many? There isn't a single solitary one: Theylre all sticks. It:s most discouragln6, I can understand that. B~t let me tell ~ou somethlngj ~. my dear Serena -- such 8 man as you have described has made his appearance durins your absence| $EREIIA : He has? Wh-who ? dARED: (COI~IDE~'IALLY) Permit me to int~oduce myself~ I -- I am Ja~ed %'JhitneYl SERPNA: d- J- dared l~hltney-- ? JAPED: Ah -- how lightly -- how carelessly you say it -- but l~t me tell you t]mt the people of Ten Spot and the oountry ~round trer~ble and weep es they whisper of the dark deeds of Gentleman dared -- the Road A~ntl SER~i'A: The .., the Road ~ o.. did you say? P ~THO1 0190264-
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--~ ..... ~-~t'~V ~~- ~ "C ~ ; ~ :!i~÷ ~ ~:_~. •~ ~_~.~ ~ ..... r~ ~ 9-6. JARED: (qEt~SELYI , Yea~ -- the Road Agent -- tho Si6awa~mlan| Did ~vou beli~v~ yo~ coaoh wsnt into thc di%ob by accld~nt? Oh~ nos my littlo whitG ~oveE I carefully planne~ desperadoes ape rifling the strong boxl SERENA~ (FRIGHTENED1 B-b-but, 10ok he~c -~ JARED: I spiritcd you away b~oa~se we of Ve~.ont l, evoPonoe tho frail flowor of womanhoo~ in our h~srts -- no m~tte~ how black that heart may be| I could not allow ~ lady to look upon bloodshed | ~ EREPA '~ B-b-b-bloodshed? ' ?' JARED~ CAr~ELESSLY)~ OnLy thc d~ivsP'~. Nothin£ important. _But -- how blind ~ was -- how I mlsJud~od yo~, my little faloon~ I thou@ht you a nAemc oh~Ld -- bus nolJ -. fpor~ vlh0t yoD ~%~ mc~ I know you to be ~ women Of s~v'.hteon with stc~ in you~ soul~ A ]ov6r of dsrln~ sad ~ot~on as ~,eat as mysclf~ Ahl -- what a p~iM w6 Shsll make| Z~RS~A: P-p-pair? You l~o~n ,,. ~01~ moan ~ou~ goin~ to ~ ~ JA}I~I): Wh-~t ols~ my L~ttl~ b~rd of osm~ion| ~lls F~tel SERE~iA: (~"ow~RIEDLY) Oh - oh; no# ~ couldn't, ~r, ~ontlcman Jarcd| ...I moan i z ~ ¢o~.Id~It possiblyl ., i - IInl no~ the vllf~ fo~~ you at all ,, ~nd -- and~ bosldes .,, ~611~ f~thcr !/ould hnvc to agmoo -. n~d IIm qultc ~.sltivo hc wouldnlt ,., if you~ll Just shop and let m~ out ~o~c --- ~]M01 0190265
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f~ g rI JARED: (OMINOUSLY) Do you mo~n to say that Colon~l Forri~ doesn't of fond agonts ~-? SERE~A: (HASTILY) .Oh, yes -- ycS--ho thinks thcy'rc s~_ndlds I'~ sure.oltrB -- itls Just that hc thi~kB ITm too yo~6 JARED: I shall ask him for your hand. If he r~ses--: Pshl SEReNe: I - I bog you~ par~on? JARED: P~h: -- I do wish I'd k~pt my old pistol to show youl Thcro wn8 s notch on it for cv~ry ~an 11v¢ h~d to kill b~cau~ thGy refused my ~o~u~sts. I t~w it ~w~y yesterday h~causo thc ~took wa~ whlttlcd right down to a ~liwrl SERENA: (TERRIFI~) OontlGm~,n Ja~od,,.plc~sc~,,,h~rG~s whor~ I llve -- pl~aso stop and let me out here --I JARE~: Who~s that man ~t the g~to? SEREi:A: (BEGINNING T~ CR}'~ 4 0-ColoD~l Y~rr~,Hm~ fath~r--I ,~ JARED: YOU noedn~t bc ofrald of hSm nc',f, Scrcna: I~ll prot¢ot you if I haw to shoot the old buzzard do,in in h~s traoksl ~E~E!rA: (C~YING) But -- but don't you undor~tend?..I-~ r~o~,t w~nt to bca road agent's w-wlf~I...i d -don't went to ir~-morry ~nyonel..,I'm t-too yc~r~l ,w'~I'J'Z'm only a g-g~rl~ -- Just -- just a-a ~ r_~--llk~ you said i ~c~--: COLC!!EL: (O~F) }lello~ 8etch0 I SE~ENA: (CALLING) DADI -- GO BACK: -- GO B~C~. COLOLi~L: (COMING I~!) GO b~ck~ ~'~hnt the dovil~s the m~tt¢~ with ~'ou~ Scrota? H¢IIo; th~z'c~ gr. ',Vhlt~ -- how nrc you? P 8THO~ 0190266 II
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COLONEL : SEP, ENA: COLOI~L: SERENA : COLONEL: SEREHA : CCLOEEL: JABED: COLOEEL: ORCiIESIRA: dARED: SEREIJA : dARED : SEPJ~HA : dARED : SEREHA : r deed afternoon, Colonel Fe~rls~ Who&--whoas boy Z HOO~S STOP) I had thegood luck to be able to giv~ you~ daughter a lift~ (JOVIAL) That was mighty kind of you, Hr. %%~itnsyL (IN AMAZE~[ENT) Dad~.Da~.-you know this man--? (H~AET~LY) Of ~ourse I know him~ Serena ! Hat s Jared Whltneyd But--B~t maybe you donlt know he:s~ Ja~ed- the RoadA~ent] Ee J~st oonfessed to me! What kind of romantio truok have you been reading up in San Franei8~o~ galena? This is plain Eared ~'Pnitney--the mining enElneer~ The--the n*Ining engineer.-? Oertainly~ Wait till you see the mud his men have washed down on my bottom land-'-| Itm really sorry about that ~md, Colonel Faerie. Pshaw--if it wasn't you it would be somebody else--and he might be & man I oouldnVt abide socially. Colae on up to the house, Whitney, llve got so:~e brandy I want sn oplnlon on-- (FADI}iC) Better go wash your face, Serena.. (ROmaNTIC Tk~ SI~'EAES IN HEId~) (CALLING AFTER HI~{) I~ll be right alon~, Colonel... (SLIGHT PAUBE..THEN LOW) We].], Sprat? (LOW) ~ h~!A~: BoOa~so Itm an ~nglneer? No. Beoause I despise a ~iar~ But ~OU donlt seem to like road agonts~ either. I'll neve~ forgive VOU| N~_.~ FIT~O I 0190262
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JARED: SERENA: JARED: $ERENA: ~JARED: SERENA: JAEED: SERENA: JARED: SERENA: JARED: 8ERENA: 9-@ Iqm really not a bad sort when you see me around. donVt ever want to see you a~ainl Do you mean that, Sorona~ Yes....l..l said it~ didn't I? Well...in thai oase s~4 t~hereI s ~othing to do but say 6oodbye~ Serena, .Goodbye- -forever-- Forev..?(HURRIEDIX) Well -- well--I suppose father will bs telling you all about my orohaPd where l, v;ePk every morr.ing. He-he does so iove to talk when he drink~ brandy-- YOU~ o~h~d, Se~zla? Ys~..Ile--he may point out thet the mine road goes rlg~t by there- I ~Vhat time do you usually go to the orchard? About. , , about ten o i clock,,, or ~.aybe a little before • • • If what~ 8erena? (PRIMLY) Well -- I hope live made myself olear, Mr° Whitney. I've told ~ou exactly how much 1 disl~ke you. If you choose te pass by th~ orchard at ~ nine gomorrow mornlng JUSt to preY0 yourself a ~an of daring---Well--well, m~ oen~cienee will be clear I You'll have ne one to blar~o but ~ourself UP ..... (APPLAUSE)
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f'~ (REWSED) gCEg~-10 Page 1 POWELLI ~ank you Olivia de Haviland and Oeorge Brent POWELL: ~4T[Iviaj ytknow, it seems go me that your Sopona must have been a very charming little sprat, BRENTI Youlre ri~t, and that is exactly what the good people of Weaverville thought when we had the world premier of our pietupe thereto, Matter of facta Olivia~ herselfs ~vas the -~s belle of the ball, ~ ~,~ OLIVIA: (CHUCKLES) Well-l.l~ I vtouldn't go ~ fart Diok~ but -. by the vtayt did you listen to the broadcast of the premler OVe~ R,B.C.? POWELLI Of course Y did~ but Just so everyone knows where Weavervill~ lS~ suppos~ one of you describe its ~ooation in the~,ide BRENT: It l~n't in the wide open spaces, at all, Dick, Itlslway up north -. in that portion of the state knovm as the "Oalifornia Alps". OLIVIA1 A mope accurate desorlptlon might be, that itl8 gO miles northwest by Bast fPoN th~ geapegt railPoBd, POWELL~~ (CHUCKLES) Yes~ I heard all about'that when your troupe got back from location, Your director, Mike Curtiz wa~ still talking about ire But I~£ink it was a nice gesture to hold the premier in the very town in which most of your picture ~as made, Did ~ou broadcast from the theatre? OLIVIA: No ,,, We did that f~om a~ open-alr bandstand° And~ was i it oold~ i~ BRENT: And did%'~ wind blew~ R'I'.~O I 0190269
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ONCEESTRAI A~NOUNCER : O.~C]~ STRA& LUCKY SEVEN I SCENE8 iI~I~o Your Hollywood Parade oontinuss In ~ust a moment.,. "LUCKY DAY" -.- STATION BREAK --- Baok to Your Noll~ood parade, ~tarPinS Diok Po~elll With Rosemary Lane, She L~Ok~ Singersn the Luoky Seven~ A1 Goodman and the L~ky Strike O~ohestr~ -- BOb Hope, F. E* Boone, th~ fa~1o~s tobaoco auotlonee~t and o~r g~ests of the evening - the Wa~er Nros. sta?s~ George B~ent and Olivia de Haviland ..~. The L~oky Strike Orohestr~ and the Luoky Sit.ors start the Parade moving again wi~h an old-ti~o favorite "Sing You SinneDs"...... (APPLAUSE) i ! f "SING YOU SINNERS"
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ORCHESTRAs ORCHESTRA: PO?~ELDz • (REVISED) SCENE 13 Page 1 "HOLLYWOOD AT ITSBEST". • • ,THEME. • ,FADE FORt And .~ o ~w o ~o ome~_~~-~m of as ou~ first citizens, Tonight we would like to tell you about a man Who has proved his right to be oalled A Man ,,, One who has fought the good fight ,,, and wo~ ,,,, A ~n ~;ho~ most o~ KS who wopk before the ~a~era8 are p~oud to oall a f~ig~d ,0, A ~n who, through his very livings ha~ made this plaoe~ a~ well as the world about htm~ a better ~orld in whioh to b~, THEME OUT .,. OEGUE ~, B,O, MUSIO It was at one of those ohureh plays~ the kind who~e 8v~rythlng goo~ wrenE &t 0~00~ ~hat he fa~od hi8 first public. YOU might not have noticed the Irish lad ... bashful and frightoned~ and small for ~is ago..b~t thOn again you might have. At any rate, ho was the third angel from the left ... the one whos~ cardboard wings fell off at j~st tho wrong time ,,, the one v;ho fought bask teRrs~ but o~rriod on with the Show, wlng~ OP no wings. That was the fi~t and th~ pluck of the Irishman, bo~n William ~atrlck-O~Drion, on November llth, 1890, There is nothing in the record to distlnsui~h P~t from the other lads during his school dnys, and altheu~ ~o a~o told that he attended ~rquetto University to study law, it would be safe to say that P~t~s love of football had something to do with it, as ~oll, TO his otho~ collc~o onth~siasm~ d~am~tios~ Pat took the same d~ivo and energy that h~d characterized this Irish lad from the bosinninE' (MORE) ~1)40~ 01802?2
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/\ FO%~LL: (Cent fd) (- < . (REVZSED) I~-~ Noticed in a camp~s play by Jimmy Olteso~ and encouraged to contlnuos Pat loft school for the str~gglo f~om whloh no really ~UOO~SS~/I aoto~ 8coma able to escape, ~ight years of one-night stands and ~r~bby sto~k compsnle8 followed, There w~ro nlany da~s when he dldnlt o~, day~ when a m~n of loSS character would have q~It, but Pat, fil%m In the belief that courage ~nd faith would sac him through, pulled up his bolt another notch and whlstlod for a llttlo of that "L~ok of the Irish"p Then one day~ at lor~ lasts came the break that success BtoPios e?o made of, A telegram instructed hlm to ropor~ fo~ the Chlca~o production of "B~oadway", That show "made" Pat 01Brlcn.,,but it WaS to ~#~o him, i~ G doopo~8 and a far ~opo Impol, t~nt wayeeeFor i~ the O~St was a ~i~l~ ElOlso Taylor~ who ~W~S l~to~ to become !~rs, Pat OIBrio~,,, ThrOo yoa~s more of ~ps and downs followod~ then Hollywood, ~nd at last the poXTa~nont success won b~ the pluOk and fight that 8howsd on the scrubby face of the third angel f?6~ the left ,,. Bat that 6U~O~S is still ~ o~ough fc~ Pat to vividly recall his no-c~sh-to-s~ry d~.ys, His wlfo, too~ romsmbe~s ,,, remembers th~ ti~o d~l~ thoi~ oa~ly m~rriod d~ys whcn~ with ~n empty p~try~ Pat Spo~t throe dollars of n hard.earned flvo-spot~ his %vorldly vtoalth at the tlme~ to buy her a llttls crystal l¢okct~ ~uch thoushtfulnoss is part a~d parcel of the man ~id~@ ~]-HO ~ O~ 902?3
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POWELL & ORCHESTRA: 14 Thank youf,.,He~eTs a song that had a good idea when it was written and Itls still a good hunch -- I oantt give out with it in that Pat OTBrlen teno~ fashion but Illl de the best I can in a lower key - Jerome Kern is 1'Look FO~ The Silver Linln~," "LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINII~G" (APPLAUSE) AT~O~ 01902?5
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____ ~..~~-~T*~~'~ ! - !~. • L • ~ ~ • ~ • /. (REVlS ) sdL ¢ 15 f 11/ POWELL# And now for that question 8serge Brent asked a few minutes ago ,,, Geo~gej hotels Bob SherWood and he knows all th~ answers, So if youtd Just mepeat your question now fOP the benefit of al! the~f~s listening in? Glad to, Dick. What I wanted to know was ~ Why a~e Luokies so easy on the throat? ~hat makes them different " from othe~ olgarsttes? SHER~¥0ODI In two words~ },~r. B~ent ,,. ~e answer is -- "Itls Toasted," BREN~: " B~% can you e~plaln What that does? SEERW00D: Yes, Briefly - the "ToastlngII prooess removes 6strain harsh throat irrltants found in all tobacco, These iPritants are out of Luekies and so Luokles are gentle ~ven to the sensitive thro~ts of aoto~s llke ~oun )~r, D~ent,,.,And that's not alS, After thos~8 quantltles of harsh irritants have been ~emoved by I'Toastlng", oontroSod mols~a~e is added to bring o~t the natural mellow flavo~ of the 3~ aT, The net x,esult is a light smoke - ~asy on the thro~.t of any smoker, Does that ansvler yo~r q~esti0~ ~r, 5~e~t? BR~HT: Yes, it does~i,~ha~ks~!;/~,.. • .. • • ~ , / 8SER~,~OODI Thank ~, Mr% Bment, Luoky Shrike ~'~eleomes suoh questions as M~, Brentls~ We want ~ii si~okers to ~de~,sta~d %~hy Luckles are easy on the throat, For Luok~ Strike is the cigarette that offers slnokers the th~oat ppotestlon of th~ exclusive prooess "It's Toasted". Next t~me you buy el~arottes~ why not ¢onsidsr o~ th~oat~ too, Ask for laoky Strike, ! R'fHO 1 01902?6
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PO~LL: (REVISED) SCENE 16, Now our next little spot Of musle -- which was ~ooked ~p by • no less a genius than ~y fr18nd Cole Totter --~ of anyono more qualified to aing it than our own Rosemary Lane.,.."l've Got You Under My Skin" .... All rightS RO 8~/napy ... (APFIAUSE) LANE 0HCH~STDA : "lIVE GOT YOU UNDEE ~S SKIN"
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J~ i ~, DICK: BOB: Q ~ Q ' ~Z- SCENE 17 N0~/LADIES AND GENTLEr, TEN, TIOIVE YOU THAT FUNSTHR OF HOLLYWOOD°, ,THE FACE THAT fS LAD]~CHED A THOUSAND QUIPS • • • BACK BY SPECIAL DHir~ND, AND POPULAR ACCLA?L~TION---EESIDES THAT~ WE 0AN )T BHEAK HIS OONTRACT.. ,A FEIG,OW WHO WILL O0 DOWN IN HISTORY AS THE BOB HOPE 0F HIS TI},~{ -~- BOB HOPE. TIL~NKS. DICK...IIM 80 TIRED TONIGHT BECAUSE lIVE BEEN GOING OVER MY FAN ~L~IL ALL DAY,, .AFTER LAST WEEKIS PROHHAM. FAN MAIL CA~4E POURING IN FHO~I ALL OVER THE COUNTHY.. ~.. DID I SAY POUEING....~ELL. IT WAS MORE OF A DRIP...HUT I IM REALLY BECOMING WELL.ENOI%~I HERE IN CALIFORNIA....THE PANHANDLERS ARE CAI,LTNG ?,JR BY ~,'Y FIHST NAME.. ,,IN FACT, IVE GOTTEN S0 POPULAR TSLIT V~ILE CROSSING THE HTREZT TODAY) THREE GIRLS TRIED TO HIT }[£ WITH THEIR CARS...0HH OF ME}!!! SUCCEEDED IN I~I3~KING ME DOWN BUT SHE WAS VEKY NICE... S}Sl 0A~: RUHEINC HAOF) PIOKJ~D ~,~ UP AND SAID, "MONILE T}DE FIRST H2~ IIV~ EVER RUN OVEB. "0AN I HAVE YOLk( AUTOGRAPH?" • ....EV;~EYBODY DRIVES A CAR Olff H~qE..•AND WHAT CARS,... I WAS DELVING DHWE ~iE STEEIT T~DIy UHF!I I EATT ~NTS AN ASHCAN...A GUY STUCK HIS H~AD NUT AND SAID "GIVE }~ A PUSH. WILL YOU .. h-f BATTERY IS DFADI"...AND W~.T CRAZY TRAFFIC LAWIS 0U~ I~RE..).I GOT A TIC}~T TODAY F0B DB~VTNO ON TEE V~IONG SIDE OR TI~] SIDe.VALe...THAT COP CALBHD I~ TB:NGS I WOULDI:IT CALL A GOLF BALE... o .BUT A WCi4AN DRIVER ~OOLED [~i] YESTERDAy., ,SID; STUCK OUT kER HAND TO TD]:N LEFT ~ AND SBE FOOLED ME.. oSID THENBD I.F~T.....BUT T}I] }HG~J~AYS ARE WONDEF~'UL 0UT }~RE...I DROVe: DOWN TO EFIlOO OVER THE WEEKEND AND WFNT IN )~ TRAILER...YOU ~IOVI WHAT A TRAILER IS-- A TELEPHONE BOOTH THAT GOT A IH~F~K.....SAT. ] HAVE A NICE . oRT o:" A TOHT::E CHAI, EH ON ..... (MOHH)
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BOD: ~i~ t IT'S NICE AND ROO)IK TOO,. ,I SHOWED IT ~0 MY GIRL T~E OTHER DAY...0F COURSE, HER EYe'SEES WERE A LI~LE LONG F0R THE PIACE...~E~Y TI~,IE 5~ BL~KED, Z}~ 0LP~NED TH~ IIY~'IDO~... /q~ND WHPE~ YOUIRE FINIS}lED EATINOj THE KITCHETI FOLDS UP INTO yOUR HAT AND JUST BY Tb~NING A FEW SIMPLE SCRENS, THE MOTOR DI~OP~ OUT &%ID YOU H&VE A GUFST EO0II UEDER TEE EOOD. I,IY TEAILE£ IS ALL DORE IN S?ANISH ARCHITECTURE...YOU }[NOW... STUCC0•...STUCCO IN T}~ MUDD0.....TW0 MORE PAkg~TS LED I CAN DRIVE IN THE DAYTIHE,,, *IT'S,~GR&AT. LIVIEG IN A TUAILEr< ..... wIr~N I ,ANT TO DO ~Y SPRING EOUSECLEANIH% I JUST Df~IVE TI{~OUGH A EIgEE~ ~..Y{E ~.N INT0 :. CAR~ G0~HG ~OU(,R LONG BE,~CH AND N0J i;E RAVE A ~A~.iILY LIVING UPSTAII~S...,. AND YOU DO yOUR 0IEI C00KING An YOU DRIVE ALONG, . .WE PSI,LED IHTO A GAS ST,,TIOE AND THE ~5~; SAID, '!./}L~T DO YOU WANT'f" ~Y GIRL SAID, ~'OIVE h~5 SOMF AIR I~[ T}f,~TIEEE ~ND PUT 8OEE WATE}{ OIl THE POTUTOES....AND WP~qLE YOU'RE AT IT~ PUT .. RI,0W-OV± F.,TCH IN I~AT STE,~K."......I STOPPED P0R L H!'fC:{- HIKER END ~E SAID. "Hk~f, !UD-"X, CLR Y3U O~VE ~Z .~ LIFT T0 HOLLY ~'OOD....A~!D ,. COUPLE 0F PO~CE-gD EGGS o~r TO,~ST WITHOUT EUITE~.~ ..... SO I G~.VE HII4 . LIST ~!D I DROVE ~'IFTY !tILES ~EEOiiE I FOLSID OV2 P'~,', T~S T~EI~[G IN EO,•EDEEP,...~ GIRL " ~r ~ KEPT USIIIS THE DID TH!;; COJKING, DUI UOT FOR ~.G...SH~ ~EOIIO OIL ON THF, S..LAD~.,..AND ~R COFP~E L0bK~D LIYJ5 S}[E~D 01VEil IT A BEAUTY TEEAThE~fT "JITH ,% :[UDPa3E... ~8HE CO0;~D EIO~79 IIQKE AND ~ROT~J "D~AT}I IN T~ AFTEE~OQN.4.*..THATIS ?0H THE INTELISE~!CIA....WHATEVER HAPPE~L3 TO THOSE PEOPLE .... DDT ~/ GIRL~S NOT A HEAVY EATER....EHE NSVE] LIFTS A%]YTEI~G TO ~FER FA0]~ ~EEIGHING 0VEE SIX POLgTDS..* " ~; R'I'~O 1 019027'9
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( 5GB~ (Cont'd) SCENE 17 - SHRILL K~T AR"TEING TEAT WON~T BITE N~...~F FIRST....I USED TO TELL TEAT JOKE IN VAUDEVILLE AND YOU ENOW WHAT HAPTENED TO VAHDE~JILL]~....E}{EP FIELD5 SAW }~E DR~KEIRG SOUP OI~OE .... T}b~T'S WHERE }rE GOT T}~ IDeA FOR HIS "RIPPLING R~IYT}iM.11 .... OR THE WAY DOWN TO )~XI00, T~RE V~AS A BIG CE01fD 0N T}IE HIG}[WAY ETAE LA JOLLA....Vl{ GOT OUT AND IT WAS NED SPARKS... AND IE WAS CHOKING T}~ GOOD ~UMOE ~AR....NED SPARKS CHOKING T~ GOOD }YJMOR MAN .... I DID~!'T GET T}L~~-]... "ICE STOPPED T}[E NOTOE IN ZA JOLLA SO WE COULD }rEAR T}~ RADIO .... WE "~#AETED TO LIBTER TO E}L~KLIE ~0 OAKTI{Y~ .... MAYBK YOU DOR'T KNOW ~T, BUT OHARLIE IS 800N GOING TO }L~V~ A BABY BROT}{~R.,.~J.~"ESTEREAY 0~[E OF WINO}~LL'S ST~ES SA~5 EDGAE BE~!GEN, OUT ~N HIS BAOKYARD, PLqNTI~$G AN ~:iO0~N....I JUST HEARD THAT OHARLIE ~IcOARTRY~$ ORARDFATI~E WAS ~'~L IN THe- CIVIL WAR~,~..Xr}~EY CALLED HIM "OLD HICKORY." ..... HA-HA-HA-HA-HA, 0E...THERE'S A ~XLLER .... ...V~ MAD A NICE T!I~ I~ ~RXICG. *..~Z STO~PBD AT A }~EIOAR TRAILER OA~? -- GOLDFARB~S HACIEt~DA -- I CALLED FOR T}~-- 0:~RER, SEROR GOLDFARE...HE SAID, "JUST tALl, ~,~ OUT RATE PEDRO." ..... h~ W.~S ~XIOAN 0N•THE OOM~[~RCIAL SIDE....~ DID S0~!E SHOPPING T}~RE.~I.I GOT ~f qlF, L ,. NICE ~OITLE OE PERFUME FOR FORTY DOLLiRS....EI%~ CENTS BACK 0N T}~ EOTTL[....I ALSO BOUGHT SCI#JD I~XICAN SANDALS.. .SOCKS WITH ~RLS 011 TI~M.....AND TREY ~A~rE A ~%'I DA~ICE CRAZE DOWR T}~RE....T}[Z ZIG ESOHIL\DA .....SOMETHING THE ~EXICANS UOOKED UT.....M~Y GIRL SPENT ThVdEE DAYS LEAEPING E0%7 9~0 SAY ~S ZN SPANISH LED THEN, ][0BODY WOULD ASK HER A}.%'THING ..... °I REALLY TOOK TEE TRIP D0~'GI THERZ E0R MY EEOT}~RIS |~ALTR....}~18 SUING THE CITY NOW, O 'liGHT A 8E~IERE COLD TI~ OTHER NIGHT IN AN OPEN PATROL- WAGON ..... }~IS ALLERGIC TO POLICE~IE~ ..... (MORE) RIM01 01902B0
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i~ -4, BOB: BUT }~'S A NICE KID, ]~Y BROTI~ER ..... LAST ~.O}~ }~ ~IT TO (ton't*) SEE THAT PICTURE nPALOATRAZ", AND IGOT THAT OLD FEELINGo ,.. WAS VENY POPUIAR WITE 'fl~ JUDGE AI]D T}~ COPS AROUND T]~ CITY HALL IE SAN DIEGO....WEN HE GOT T}~E~, THEY ALL N'ANTED TO SQUEEZE HIS HA~ -- ON AN INK-PAD. • • .BUT TI~Y REALLY GAVE HI~ A S~I~LL EE~]~PTION AT ~}~ CIT~ }~EL*,. ,~HEY ~IOYd~D ~IE UP ON THEIR SHOULDERS A~D C&EE.IED EIM EIGHT TO T;~ CITY A~D THAT CARRIES ~ TO IZY LT}41T, FOLXB: BS GOODIIIS}~I~,
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" (REVISED) 8 O~E 18 FOWELLz Thanks for the lau@hsa Bob ....In a moment wetll wind up tonight's festivities with a grand finales Rudolph Frlmlls ~ous£ng song from the "Ya6abond King~' -= the ~3ong Of The Vagabonds" ,.. But ftrst~" a wo~ t~om Bob Shel,wood SHERWOOD: When you bu~ cigapettes remember the chan~ of the tobacoo auobioneer~ ~. F, Y. Boons who ~ave the chant on tonlghtls progr~, is typio~l of the independent experts - bUyCrs~ auc$ioneeps and wa~ehousenLen - these ~en ~re completely ~udspendent - and they see wh_~o bu~s ~at ~obaocoo With those expep~s . wi~h r~e~ who k~1OVl tobflo~o be~ ,,e itts Lucklss 2 to I| O ~TH01 0190282
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~f SCENE~ 19 & ~0, PO~'E~ & LUCKY SINOERS: "SONS 0~ Th~ VAOABOND$" (APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA: HIT REPRISE AND FADE "SONG OF THE VAGABONDSt' P0~VELL: ORCHESTRA: Well that about wi~1~ up the 18test edition of Your Hollywood Parade. We hopo you'll Join ~ ~£~in next Wednesday night ~hen another group of Eollywood n~mes ~nd numbers will pass in review. Among our guests will be that Class "A'I pupil from tbc Oha~m Scheolj Oon~b~noe• Bennott; that m~stcr of merriment and stuff -- Bob Hope,~- E~ Eo :~:~ Boone, the fmnous tobaeoo ~uotion~er ~nd bhe Old Luoky SinE~rs, the Lucky 7 Swlngster~, ~nd A1 Ooodm~n~a6 the Lucky Str~ke Orchestra .... Look for us at ~alin~ time ~k como ~oni~ht, ~o~It ~ou? In t~ m~ntimo this is Dick Powell ~¥ing goodnight ~Jn~ - ~oo~nSght evor~body. C~OED FINISE (~P~LAUSE) P ATH01 O~ 90283
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C SHERVIOOD : CHORUS A~ 6RC}~STRA: (SECOND ~EV~SED) "SCENE ~i. Lucky Strike w~shes No thank Warner Brothers Studios for their cooperation in pres@nting YO~ }Ioll~ood Parad6. The auctiono~r on onlghtT~ p~ogram was ]~. F* ~. Boon8 of .~v~.y *~v* uL~ v~l~.~a. ~ There ape throe famosB auctioneers appearing on Lucky Strike programs. Each SUNP8~ in hi8 own w~y. Thsy aPol Erg L, At .~S~d.- RiNgs of OoldBho~o, North Carolina~ ~i~. J, Franklin Barfleld of Durham, North CaPollna and 5~. F, ~. Boone IILUCKY DAYS ARE HEEE AGAIN" NBC ANNOUNCER: This is the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company. tel THO "l 0190284
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vH , pOP,ELL : SHERWOOD: POWELL: sHERWOOD: pO{~LL: A}INOUNCEE : P0 ?ELL: %~" B00}!E: PO" IELL : POWELL: BOONE: .... i
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"Y0t'R :40LL~/W00D PARADE!' ~EBRUARY 88, 1938 EOV~ ZNE NEEET (REVERED) i, AUOTIONEER R, ~IAPPY DAYS "S, F0?~LL 0PERIRG (YOU TOOK THE WORDS EIGHT OUT OF M~" HEART) 4, ORCHESTRA & LUCKY 7 (YOU ARE KY LUCKY 8TAR) 5, BEHIND THE SCENES ("ROBIN HOOD" SET) 145 'r45 flOG 1145 ~I15 4~00 ~-i145 A-R:45 3-2~E0 B-E:05 14Z20 6. P0','IEOL (TEN PRETTY GIRLS) 5130 17:80 7. O0~0~ERC IAL ~I00 ~0~S0 H+ OROHESTRA (SIBONEY) EIIS R4:05 ~. DR~TPO - [E~LERE, pOWELL) 8130 SE:S5 i IC. TESTIIIONIAL 0100 54135~ ~; ~+ II. STATION BREAK ~50 55:~5 I~. OECHESTRA& LUCKY 7 (DIPSY DOODLE) S~O0 58:25 15. HOLRYWOOD AT ITS BEST (DIShVEI 411S 4~40 14. POWELL (V~RISTLE WHILE YOU WOE] ~;40 45:20 15. O OI~I~IEE0 IAL I:$0 4S:50 16. LANE (TRUE 00EFESEIGR) EZ55 50:E5 r! 6:¸00 56:~5 17, BOB ~OPE 18. COI,I~EEC IAL 150 57:15 19. FIRALE (DRUMS IN hIY }IKART) EIO0 5EJ45 ~0: EL0SIRG ARNOUNCEIdEET IzOS 00:~0 ~I° HAPPY D&Y~ TI~E~E & 31GN OFF I~5 61~15 I
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ANNOUNCER: AUCTIONEER: ANNOUNCE~: ru~ ~k • sct i. "your ~0LL~0OD PARADE" Februar~ ~Sr 1958. Listen to the ohan~ of the tobaoco a~ctloneer| (FADE IN CHANT ) 4...?lEST SALE.. •.., • .SOLE AMERICAN SECOND SALE ........ SOLD AMERICAN THIRD SALE ...... . .(Ending with) All done -- SOLD TO THE A~RICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, Natu~ally~ the Independent tobacco experts - llke the auotioneer you Just heard -- know who buys what toha~oo, With these expert~ - "w~th men who know tobaoco best" -- itls Luckles ~ to 1 i"
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O~CHESTRA : "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE#l, ANNOUNCER: Lucky Strike presents --- ORCHESTRA: "HAPPY DAYS" FANFARE @2. ANNOUNCER: "your HOLLYWOOD PARADE" --- Htarrlng Dick Powell| ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS: r'HAPPY DAYS ARE I~EE AGAIN",...TBEME ANNOUNCER: "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" -- brought to you by the manufacturers of Lucky Strike CIgaret%es~ from Stage 3 at Warner Brotherst Studlos -- one full hothP of Hollywood Righllghts, feell~ the p~Ise of ~e&lSty In the ospltal of ~8ks-Bellevo --- ReportinE the newsj the ~ismoura the heart of Hcllywood.,,,And here is youP host - Dick Powelll (APPLAUSE) J P Ft 1"){01 0190289
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(REVISED) SOE~E/\ FOZ~LL & • OEOHESTRA: "YOU TOOK THE ~%ORDS OUT OF ~.~ HEART" -- FADE FOE: GOOd evening ladies and gentlemen, this is Dick Powoll ~m B~ ooo V/oil, once rlorc our Hollywood spo6ial is ready to parade past your loud speakers, • - • ~s~7~ ~ ~-~-~ ~,~ ~ Tonight my boss Mr. Luoks" Strlk~ has vlhlppsd up right up front on the list of attractions is one of HollyvmodVs most dlstlnctivo and altogether ohamming isdlos-- N, Iss S~lly Eilors~ Hclplng out tonight in the absence of Miss Constance Eonnott~ who is ill, Viss Elle~s graciously permitted a change of schedule, ~,rhich brings h~ to us several weeks ahoad of her re~ul~r guest aDponranco. Also ivith us tonight is our ~9~M~ ohi%f oxpon~nt of thorn fa'D~whel~e--%~may. A look behind the scones of ollywood iS also on the bill of f~ro. Then thsrols F. E. Eoone~ the famous tobacco ~uotlon~or~ and of coul'so the Old ~a%rd~ -- with Rossrl~ry I~n~. Dudley Ohm'~bers and the Lucky Singers~ the Iucky V S,~in~ste~,s, and AI Goo~mn the,Lucky Strike Orchestra° ~=~r~l~e loose ends right here an~ no',, an!] get un,~e~ way ...~Look~,out~ k] -- her.g-4~-@em~-&gain -- po~:~:[ [ & OECEESTEA~ "YOU TOOK THE UORDS RIGHT OUT OF ~Tf EhART" FI,'JISH (APPLAUSE] b • I-3~N0'1 0'190290
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(~UD 'REVISED) SCE}$E 4 [ ]E 1 Thank yo!l, thank youo..And now A1 Oood~an plays --- ' J - HOPE: t bothel with tho fanfare for me, Eiek...mE public knows my voice ,.. therets only one }lope. Fo;~!i: }'or whlch Heaven be praised. I!O}E: Friendly fellow isn't he.,,Diek is as nice a fellow aa l~ve ever seen any place --- but IIve never }!EEN ~any places .,. nice fellow, too...earoful with hls money --- I vlouldnlt say he was stingy...but you know when ?7ou have those pockets l-lith tho zippers on them...you know how those zippers get rusty.,.the other d~y Dickis wife wanted a ~tindblown bob SO he took h~r to see I[[~R!CAIIE. 70:I,ELL: ~" I saw YO[~ picture laet night, Eob...Your n~m$ is In lights HO~E: hoally~ Dick? PO,~IL: Oh, suvel ~hsleIs a trent hlg sisn on o-e theat~:r th!it rea~s: "}!0P }]CFE -- }tV?'E TO~IGg*2." IO~E: ~i~r~mmm...really~ 7hat's very nlee. ~0~LL: And on the theater right across the street, it says: "I~ Cil]'~ HAPFFN }{~:E" I I ~A:E: (Laughs) }O.:E: Oh~ hello, Losemary...I let you w(rc ]aughin~ aI that joke i vroto fop Dlck, I;I:E: (L~ughs) It's ~ot that... (Lau2he) lOPEr l;o~ 2he~ what is ~t? iA['E: You're so fun~y leoklng. 10",'~LI,: ~;o~t, theret~ a glrl wlth ~ sense of humo.~: UOPE: ,~u~ot, Kiss Amerlca t ...Idsten, hosemary, after !~eing your boy frJen:I, l'd b~ careful whc I eall~d funny looking. F I RO "1 0"190291
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~- L% !TE : [O;Z~LL: I!OPE~ POV~LL: LA~E : T O";.--',LL: ]IO,~E : 0}~ C![~$TRA & 1D CICY S~Vh'!~ ~ (A?II~USE) private concoctlo~ of melody? As I ~,~call~ it's an old favor~t~ -~ "You Are ~y L~¢ky Sta~," Oh~ Bob, , , I~m 8orgy ! s&id you a~e funny lookln~, Yes, and l~m sorry X offended you, Bob, Thanks~ klds o , , dee, fo~ a minute I thought you Oidnlt like me anymore, Don~t be sll]y~ Bob , o ° Just because Rosemary said youlre funny looklng~ That was all in fun, Of course , , , after all~ Eob~ itls not YOUR fault youlre funny looking, is it? Take It~ Al~ t }!mm& What's Lane wlthou~Make-up$ "YOU ARE :~Y LUCKY $~' • :~.~ • • , Jr -~j ,~,,~ ........... FIT ,.'~ 0 "1 0190292
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(HEVIOED)¢ 5-1 PO~[EI,L~ Happily done maestro -- help yourself to an extra bow -- HOPE: Ho there varlet, lest I ~plit ye in twain -- Avant! POWELL: ~ Wait a minute Robert ~.. _ ~ bow and ~Pr OW~ J¢ t~ HOPE: DIck o,, wlth this little bow ~nd arrow llm goin~ to bring happiness to thousands of people, o. POWELL: Oh -- You're going o shoot yourself ~M--~ HOPE: No. Fro*, now on my f~ne will s~e me as a virile adventure~ llke Robin Hood, So I bought ~his bow-Bnd-srrow and gave fW.~. Y.¢,..- .~& ~.~_- Errol Flynn/~4-hours to get out OT town. PO'IELL: ? 80 you ~e~he ~cre~nls new "R~bin Hood". HOPE: Yes, this oall~ for r6d blood and a stout heart. (DRA~!ATIOALLY) Robin Hope hurls deflnance ~t the EingVs ....... ~le,~l As they a~p~o~h/l ~it an afro,, to =y t~usty bow and v;Ith bulEin~ muscles, speed the arro,~ on it~ fli~h~I PO~,%'ELL: Look out where you point that thlng~ SOUND: TWANG 0~ BOWSTRING ... ARROW I~ FLIGE~ ... THUD... }~ME: (DISTANT) Whoooo ~ O00D.~!ANf Cut it out, Hope -- you hit my drummer] HOPE: %~here~d I get him Dick? P0~;ELL: I think you hit him somewhere b~tl~een the bess drum and Boi Hit Bist Du Sohoon~ HOPE: ~? llve still HOt fO~ arrolvs left .. l&aybe I o~ knock it off Your Hit Parade~ P0~ELL: L~steD, Hiawatha~ put thst down before you hurt somebody... Archery isnI t somethins you pick up between options.... _ ~_hol~,:n~ • - tel BTH01 0190293
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~r HOPE: POWELL: HILL~ (REVIS~D) HOPE: NOVO~ mind. Whercls that champion archer of gouts? SOUND: TWANO OF BOWSTNING... ,NLIGHT O} ARROW,, .THUD° I{OPH: ~ Who~s making with that bow an~ Grrow? That thing almost hit mel NO'ELL: It must be Howard Hill, Bob ... but, youTr~ in no danger. H61S an expenD, Why~ 6V~ wheg h~ Was a kldp a~ Oo~ntF. F~Irs~ he ~86~ ~o %¥~rA t~kgyg and ha~s by th( dO~GD, HOPE: A flnc expert| He just missed m.~e| POWELL: ~0ell~ thatls the first ham hc,s missed in twenty years! HILL; Hello, Dick. 8orPy I gave you follows a ~bart, bul your friend walked ~cro~g bh~ t~g~t r~g~e That's all right~ Hovlard ... ~ ~ir.n~ you ~o me¢~ Bob Hop~, Ooo~ evcning~ HowaP~, 8nd a happy bowstring ~¢ you. ~ob~ bore, fancies himself a bit of an archer. k'.ell, if you'r~ really nn aPchgP~ what g~e you doing with that quarter-sized bow? Th~ bows vl~ use are five f~ot tall~ like this ego° It,s the sg~c kind ~r~ol Flynn ~ISCS il~ th~ pdgtllPoe HOPE: Ilm~mmm - Fly*m -- that cupid in green ti~hts~ Hcrc -- give it to Ng~ POWE~L: ~2~§Are you ~urc you cnn h~ndle it,'2~ -- Those bows take a 250 pound pull to bend thorn. HOPE: PONELL: EOPE~ SOUND: P That's oli right -- I~Ii pay for it df I b~cak it -- Give Duck, everybody - HOpCls on the loos~| TWANG OF BO~-STRING .o. FLIGHT OF ARROW ... THUD f~T~O? 0190295
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MAN: HOUNDs (DISTANT) Wooooooocoooooooo| TERRIFIC 0EASE OF DRAW BRIDGE FALLING ,,. CHAINNt ETC, }IOPE: "~, I hit the Jack - pot| P0W~LL, ~h~wa~,b the jaCk-NOt -- Tou hlb the ~uy t~t operates the d~awbrid~e~ Oh, din he drop the drewbridge? What do you think that noise wasm talcs? Thatls a ~esl drawbridget too~ It weighs well ove~ three tons. It takes a ~egular steamship winch to males It .,. Lookl There it goes hOWL RAINING O~ DRAWBRIDGE, (OVEN SOUND) That ramlnds me -- I must writ~ my brother in Alcatraz, . CLANKING OF ARMOR AN KNIGHT ENTERS, POWSLL: Oh, oh -- Bob -- Look -- Here comes your friend in the i~ c~st-i~o~ shorts, Pardon me, - is this Sherwood Forest? No, this is sta~o SI Well~ how do EOU llke that castinN di~eotom| t CLANKING OR ARMOR AN KRIGET EXITS. ROPE: Looks llke I'm being h~unt~d by tS~ American Con Co~nyl PO~LL: ~% bet YOU'D out a dashing figure in a suit of armor, ~, HOPE: POWELL: HILL: SOUND: ROPE: SOUND: KNIGHT: HOPS: KNIGHT: SOUND: HOPE: EILL: JOE: HOPE: SOUND: Well, get ms one ~nd IIIi model it for yo~. Okay - hero's the ono that Errol Flynn wears. (CALD$) Oh w~rdrobel Will you help Mr. Rope into this armor? (FADING CN) Okay, Nr. EIII° }i~11o, ~r. Powell. Right over here, boy. SLIGHT CLANK O~ ARMOR - CONTINUE I}~ERMITTANTLY UNTIL CU~: R T,"KO 1 0190296
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(REVISED) ~ E-S POWELL: All right, Bob, sllp on this breast-plate. JOE: Excuse me~ Mr. hope. llv¢ got to fasten ~Is on. BOUND: HAMMERING ON METAL. hOPE: What, no zipper? POP,ELL: No~ in Robin Boodle day. They fastened those thlnBs on with metal Begs driven in by the armorer. SOUND: TWO MORE BLOWS OF HAMMER JOE: The~e~y~aret when you want to get out of that, J~at call for Joe. HOPE: POWELL: SOUND: Maybe l~d do better to call for s can opener, (STAGE LAUGH) (THL~PS CHEST) ROW bring on those Sunday drlvers~ Well Bob - you look l~ke the re~l ~rticle, WHISTLE OFF ~IKE (TRA~PIU OFFICER'S ~ISTLE) RAN. BUSINESS| (OFF EIKE) All ~ight; folks, thatls ell Pc2 todoy. the s~tl MURr,U/EING OF VGIOES IN BAOKG~OLq~)...FADE FOR: Clear }JILL: HOPE: POWELL: HOPE: RILL: POWELL: HOPE: I~NIGET: Well, I guess I'm thRough.fop the flay. So,lon~, Glad to have ~let yo~, M~, RopB~ Walt a minute, live BOt to E~t tl~is ar~o~ off,;~<u~ ~./~ Well~ ~o~e~bo~? J~st o~ii for Joe, Joe -- Jo~l (PAUSE) Jo~I guess Joe must hays left th~ mlnut~ the whistle blew. Sorry, ~ I hav~ to ~un, Wait a minute, Howard -- l'll g0 with you, I~v~ ~ot to get back myself. See ~ou latcr~ Bob, (FADES LAUGHING) Fine p~ople, They l~a~6 m~ ~lon~ On a d~s~tod sta~ ,. looked in a tin polo ~oat~ Oh Jo~! Jo~!~ R~LPI HELP: (ECHO EFFECT) B~ip~ HELP) FI[NO 1 019029?'
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HOPE: KNIGHT: HOPE: KNIGETI HOPE: KNIGHT: ROPE: SOUND: (m~vIs~)(~" 5-6 Thst's all X need - an echo, (CALLS) H6y~ whero are you~ (ECHO EFgECT) Way up here" on the maftemsl /~ I m savcdD (CALLS) Osn you hear mc$ (ECHO RFRECT) Yesl C~n you hear me? (CALLS) YES. I ov.n h~ar ~,'ou, (ECHO EFPEOT) Wells pardon me, - is this Shorwood ~orsst~ ~,~No c~ RO',~E~EP~O...ARROW ~l~ F~IOHT...Tm~....CRASm HOPE: ORCHESTRA: Lot mG know when you hear from Jool ~ ] I TAG. (APPLAUSE) P RT~07 0190298
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(REVISED} SCh~l~ 6 ORCHESTRAl I'TEN PRETTY GIRLSTr... ;FADE FOR." ANNOUNCER: YO~ HollyWOOd Parade ~on~i~ues a~ Diok Powell ~in~s a ~on~ ~is ~pidly ~li~blng tho ladde~ of popularity.... "Ton P~e~y Gi~l$". POWELL & O~ONESTRA: ."~EN ~TFZ G[K~." [APPLAUSE) RI'XO I 0190299
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• - ~ ~ * ~!L~~ • SCENE V ~OE. m ANNOUNCER: Ist M~N: ANNOUNCER: grid M~N: ANNOUNCER: I~CONE: ~T~01
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ANNOUNCER: SCENE ? PAGE 2 War~hoasemez, buyors~ auctlozse~ss ~ yoBp they represent the highest court in Tobaccolazd, ThatVs why L~cky Strike believes ~p~, a~ a smoker Will be interested in this fact ,,. Sworn ro~ords show that among these inflepondent tobacco exports Lucklos have over twi~o as ~auy exclusive smokers a~ have all the other cigarettes ~ombined, Remember this fact next ti~o you buy olgarottes. (',VSODEN HAMMER) Sworn records show that with men who know tobacco best it's Luckio~ 2 to i, 0190301
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L (REVISED) 5~E 8 POWELL~ ORCHESTRA : Thanks, 6ontlomon),,,woll sald,.,.And now fo~ mo~o m~io. A% Goodman oounts~M~ week pmaotloally ~oat when he doesntt oome ~p with &t le~st one new arrangement fo~ a rhumha,,,. Rh~ha, ,. ..g~,...~ and his boys are at this very moment poised, all ~eady $o ~o, with Soumds, and o~appers, and old 8hoes and p~aotloaliy anythlngthatmakes a sound like Latlns f~o~ Ma~%hattan on the loose --- Itle "Siboney" --. Okay AI~ youSme on. --- "SIBONEY" (APPLAUSE) ~,~ C A]N01 0190302 ,, i i
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(SRD REVISION) O-I C~' POI~ELL~ Thanks, AI. • •~nd nowp Y;h~le the boys ape putting away ~/ thei~ castanets, weTll get on with tonight's bit of play acting• We ~egular h~red hands on the Parade fesl 8speela]ly fortunate in having wASh us tonight One of Mi~s Sally Eilers..~ EILF~S../~e~lo, Dick• ~ello cve~ybo~y.~ .' (BREATHLESSLY) Hiy~ klds...Gee, I hope I*m ~ot lato. Hello Sally old kids old kld~ old kld~ old kld-- Did I Say, old kid.~o Dick -- This person---I m~an i don~t think I --- I~ll t~y t~ oxplaln that, Sally...You see, Mr. llolm hePo is to the Lucky Stpl.ke progPm~ what, ~, l~t us say~ Charlle F~cOarghy is to Edga~ He~gon. ]~QPEi y@~[~.L ~i Po~ell i~ ta ~J&pt~e~ ~othe~$ llke Shirley q. T~mp]e is to Zanuckv--only Zanuok won,t tPade. ! PO~I]~LI ~,~'ght you a~e~ g~bo.three m~r~ yea~'s an~ '~arne~ Br~ther~ as going to paPole Ine...b~t before %'le go any f~x~thoP, ~ight a~ well expialn rlggt nol~ that ~ am going to appea~ opoosite gall?- in tonightls play--- PO ,NLL: ?[ol HOPE: ~1011, I guess I do, It tPavel ~th the Pight o~owdl...You? FOYELL: Y~S mel I walk into a lunch vlagon..S~lly i~ a waitress... , g~ sho h~nd8 ~D a hg~Ib%C~gOP Y ft, ll in love ~vitb hQP,, ,~ Im the male star in this llttl~ porq~noo ~mong the halnbuPgers. I see...sort of a Ola~k G~ble--wlth mustard. I'll %~ko Dick--~u~ta~d a~d &ll~ h'OPk : RT~01 0190303
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P0~'IE]',L: (SRD REVISION) @-IA 4- HOPE: Thatf~ what i g~t fom not belnS a good m~xerJ Th~nk of it~-tho theatre taken cyst by c~oono~s.....Woll~ if you need me, I ill be in m~ drsssing Poom--sulkln~...Good luck an~yay ! (MUTTERS) S~oon0rs. And now AI, if youtJl s%ipply somothlng ~n th@ Way of a m~sioBl e~tain~ w~rll ge$ on with "Ji~y Vo~s~s ~Jilli~': an original sketch fore tho air vm~tton by Wa~d B~on, star~Ing Miss 8all~ Eile~8~ ). 611"~0"I 01 90304-
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\ " / (3ED REVISION)/~' 9-R OkC}~STRA~ L~U~,I.CAL QURTAIN -. FADE FOR,:, ~RWOOD: The soeno -- a small apa~t~n~,,, Florence Willlamse played by Miss Ellors bup~t8 In ~Ikh~a'$~rpriee fo~TMher roommate Jane~ pl~yed by MarRare~ Bray~on ... And W8 w0~Id not be far w~ong, i~ guessing that the fl~sh of oxolte~on~ on her face ha~ been put there by one Jl~gy Shakespearo -- played by Dlok Powell °... SOUI~I _ (DOOR BURSTS OPEN ,., FLOhENCE FADES IN EXCITED1.' i LOPE~TCE: Jane~ You111 nev~ Reels wh,atl~ happened~ ,A~: Hello ~- I was Just get~Ing ready to leave and wea~ you~ hat vlltho~t a~king 30qI ~ OT it~ FLORENOE~ Oh sure --- take the haS, "~ spoken of a few tlmos ,,, the one :~ho always sits at ~y end Oh sure ..,, You mean the one who never ~kes ~sses~ Why Elor~ ':~illlam~% Y~UI~ 8UT~ ~ot what it tak~, Donlt be s~l]y *.,° (DEICJRELY) i~ve always thought that he llk~d me... tha~ is.,.~ T~ean h@'~ kited of looh~d a~ ~o.,. YO~ k~lOW what I moan* W~II~ what's all the excitement abo~t~ Well today I waited o~ him ag~%n~ a~d he i~ft t~is ~ote ~n¢lor hie plato. List~... (EEAD$) ... This 18 to introdue0 Ji,Tm~j 8|~kesp~aro whom I bavo known all my lifo. I love h~s s~zlso Of h~o~. you~f~>*~a~n~~~ you to st~p me as Just anotherof heokl~rs, ~°ur Job you ~lust got Frotty ~THO~ 0~90305
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(~ N~VIEION) ~J-N FLORENCE: Now wait,,,listen to thls...(CONTINUES).,,Please believe me • ~ ~ *I havs never 8ske~ o girl to call ms bofo~, h~t ~ ~j ~ dontt know where you live, so plesse cellw J~8t to let me know if I may meet you sometime. My ~ number is Douglas 4786., ,Then he signs his name., .Jimmy 8hok~spoar¢. JANE: Florenoo|,.,..I think It's thrilling. Of ~ourse you're going to call him, FLONENCE~ I should say ~otl.,.In th~ first places what would Roger e~yl....and besldes,4,The nerve| Asking ~e to oall him| not engaged to hlm. FLORENCE: I know. He~s neve~ ~ivsn mc a ~Ir~ b~t welve ~rown up to,ether J~no~ and--- JA]~E: Bv.~ ~. au~ Iuv~ himi[' / FLORENCE: Wh~e~--~.~.~ (SUDDENLY) Oh~ Janc~ I Just ~¢membored. Roger's coming ov~r tonl~ht, so don,t ~ay anything about thls., ,I don~t think h~'d llke [ it. JANE= Do,It Wo~y. I h~v~ to Sooot. !]y slst~r 8rzd Jaok are Roin~ out, and I hav~ to stay With the bab~ ~I~RE~'iCE: (WIDELY) I hops the baby likes :~y new hat. dOUt~ : (TELEPRONE BELL) ~LORENCE: I guess that's Roger n~w, JANE: (FADING) Goodnight honey,,.I still think you ought to cell hlm. Jimmy Bh~k~spcar¢ sounds llke a sw611 guy. SOUND: (DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES...TELEPHORE RINGS AOAIN) (PICK UP RECEIVER) ill'H01 0190306
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%1¸" (~ND REVISION) ~'9.4 FLORENCE: Hoilo.,.,Oh hollo Rogop.e What tim0 a~0 you oomi~ ovoid.,, • V~hst.. o (DISAPPOINTED), ,, Oh Bogor, for the pasC two woek~ yOUTVO had tO woPk lato,~ -- --'~'~D--SP~4~kO .goo~;--b~t~yo~-ppomi~od*~,~Yos, I am digappolntodi',,(GRINLY),. I donlt knowm,m~ybo Itm not|o°oI Bald m~ybo Ilm no% goodbye| SOUND: (CLANK OF RECEIVER. °. ,PAUSE,• .CLICKING OF NOOK) FLONENCEI Hollo opo~atoro~.hello.,6op~ator,..Givo mo Dougl~s 4-?-8-8• That Is ~Ight J,,. o4V866 MUSIO TAEES IT AWAY,,ooMUSIG FADES FOR AUTO RUNNING ~'LOEENCE: (FADE IN--THIS WHOIE S~ENE TO BE PLAYED IN A LIGHT KIDDING F-%NEEN) YDg~ ~ know ~II ab~t tb~t~ but M~, Eh~%ko~p~ FLOEE~ICE: (LAUGHS) Oh all ri~ht|e,,J~| But ~/~t$1l donlt undorstand..Why Me? IIm su~o I don~t know, PomDmps ~tls thut ~h~ng thoy toll i.t I nove~ did ~l-Ik~. tho~foodo- FLORE~ICE:~ Jim~y, you g_~o a FOOl, I dontt know wh0n Ilvo laughod so much, By tho way, whoro fro wo going? I thought vou hnd p%ane. Ecmembom~-~jou~rn~-~ow~wh~n f ~'~ b BTHO? 0~9030F
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2:¸ , ~ (2ND REVISION) - 9.5' PLOBENCEt I know vo~y Well th~ ~ b~ddi~ young n@volist ~nd poet ~anlt afford swanky plaooSj _, • ~ : o wt~ ~, ....... ~.~. ~no ~n.,60h I know|, bet e go down to the boaoh| JIMr,?{~ P~i~ lady,,,Thy wo~d is ~y 6o~n~d, ~ ~212~w~ [~t~& / (BRING UP MOTOR...A~A~ ~Az ~,A~ mJ~Au...~Ab~ f~$~ IN .ORCHESTRA: MUS ~O--~AKES*4T, AWAY. SOUND: FADN IN GENERAL CRO%~D.,NOISE BAC~GBO~D) VOICE~ (OFF) Hero ya are folks. Y~ocl~ down th~ ~ilM bottles n~d IIMMY; win a bcnutif~l prize, . That~ the ~mo £o~ ~8~ 00~io on, This will bo oasy ploklng FLU: JIM!~Y: NLO: pLO: VOICE: Jimmy Shakespeare .. I repeat# you ARE a fool~ ~'Th~ dullness of a fool I~ the ,:~hetston~ of the wi%s." ThatI~ from ~h~ko~poa~o. (FADE~ I~ Rc~c ~ ~0 ~£~t~. Th~o balls fa~ a ~l@k~l. 8[H01 0190308
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{END REVIHION) , ,~-6 JIM~P/t Th~nks, my good man. Sorry ~.o but ilm now going to put ~OU OUt of buslness4,.,h~re goosjo,, SOUND: (GRUNT ... SOCK ... BOTTLE8 FALL} FLO: Jimmy| You knocked them all downl VOIOE: Eub hels got to clear tom a~f the tablep lady. Jll¢[~[f: I knew there was a catch tOAd. All ~Ight then, here they go off the table. $OUgDI (GRUNT ... SOCK • • • MORE BOTTLE$ FALL) FLO: YOU did it| YOU did I%| What do we win? VOICE: ga get~ your choice ofan~ting on the lower shelf, ladyp FLO~ WhatTs that little statue there In the middle? VOICEt Tnatie a bust of Willie Shakespeares lady, YO~ know, the guy that wrote that moon pitcher "~!idsu2m, mr NI~£aB Dream. JI~.II.P/: (LAUHE$) Ht~n ,.. Old Billl8 really getting reeo~nltlon. FLO~ I ... I think Illl take th~t~ This will be something to remember you by, Jimmy. MAN: Here yJaPe lady o.. Ge~-u-w~ne ~ilver. (TAKE AWAY WITH NUSIC°..AND FADE II~ WITH SUR~) ~L (THE MOOJ) CHANGES ..BONANCE CREEP ,IN. FI~!YEH QUIETLY) FLOI /~.oItts-been a glorious evening, ' e ~IH01 0~90309
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. i • 4~ --- J IH~Y i FLO~ JIEMYI FLO: J ]~I EY FLO: JIMI~ 2 FLO : 3IbUff : It's been the tops for me','....but how about that ~hap Roger you told ms about what would he think? u~.,/~x~ Oh dear...I wish you hadnlt mentioned hlm~ It makes me feel guilty, having such a deed time when he is working so hardo sorry~ I wen t mentlon him again. But, I feel ~ust the way you do about tonight. It makes me think of the wordss "if this were being played upon a stade now, I Gould oondemn it as improbable fiction." Shakespeare again,~,.and ~ know..don't tell me, It~ William, not glmmy~ Right~ Gee, if I were only as brlght as William and net as dttmb as Jimmyn lld be able to do Juetloe to th~s OhAI'd be able to slng pralses of your halt -- your eyes -- you are beautiful you know, Florence, I should have known bette~ than to come to a ~omantic spot llke this with a poet..,.Youfre turning my head, Well, let me turn it Just a bit more..,like thiS..(PAUEE) Oh Jimmy - you really shouldn't have done that,,,tell me what you would write ~ me, Oh ,,, IId vi~iDe solife semeth~ng llke th~sl THERE WAS A ~ERE ONCE WE EAT, OUR FINGERS INTERLACED~ AND YOUR HEAD WITH ITS GOLDEN STRANDS, WAS ~GAINST MY SHOULDER PLACED... T]~ AND TIDE RUSHED MADLy BY... BUT. WE HA~KED ITS PASSING NAUGHT, FOR YOU WERE YO~ 6.. A}ID I WAS I AND WE WERE .... oi os o
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FLOR~TGE: JIM}~: FLORenCE t FLOR~NGE 3 JIIZ,~ s FL01~E~TOE : FL0k~TCE: FLOKE:!gEI JI!~Df: FLOREIJSE : JA]~E S L /~ (2~ID ~VlStO.~,') ~-s ?lO~ and thousht. Smear ~ But Itls ~'eally b~a~tlfule Ji~y~ but it doesnlt sound llke anythlnS I ~em~raber ~om Sh~kospoa~e. It is f~Om Shakespeare though ... But th~s time i~is Ji;~ly, and not Willlam. (QUIETLY) Itfs beautift~, Ploase donat fo~set it, ~4~ l "~ and it will be oalled I'~o Flol~onoe", Woll..°e~...speakin@ of rtlme and tlde~, fill ~eally have & mo~e riffle, how about a hambu~se~? Youlre a villain ~nd a thief of ny sleep, II~. Shakespeare but the ha~ibu~g~r 'I~ins, @~4--~a~mi~eay... "lead on ~4;~ ~ioDui' f J r~ (TA~[~ IT AWAY WITH i4USIO AI~D FADE I~T0 CAR CO~II]!G TO A STOP) 4H~me ":e a~e...a haven fo~ the htaqg~y. And t~" ~'ou think that Itm not h~%S~y you're... (STARTLED) • ..Jin~a~$2 Donlt gst out~ l~n~,...what I~ the mattem? Keep do',n] in the oar, out of si~n~. ~'hatts Ro~er, a~id Ja~e my x'oon~te ooi~n~o o~t. Who? Rose~ al%d Jane---he n~st }~ve stopped a~o~P.d fol' me aftez• / VIo~k. (~ADES PAST LAUGHING)...~nd the~e I Yms stand!n~ a~onS ~II those b~oken dishes~ and when I looked t%p~ the~e was the 8~01 0190311
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JIM~V£ ~ SOUND: MAN; . JTl!IrV* JIMD~YI FLO R~IrfOB I Ylt~Ffl FLOR~IGEI FLOI~E;ICE i JI!,I~FY : PLORECOBI JIMI,~fl FLO[~]OE; FLORENOE I ~,. ~IUSI__O: (~ED F~EISION) 9-9 (THEY BOTH LAUGH) (OAR DOOR SLAMS....OAR DRIVES OFF) We~, th~ di4allt 8e~ U@, Oomo on -- lefts go ~n~ (OAE DOOM SLAMS...FADE IN O.LA.TT~R.,QF DISHES) I gotta place fom you ~ght hemej folks. Ev0~body they stop.here at Joets place afte~ the bo~oh, You must do a very good b%%siness, You bot~ You see those two %vhat ~us~ loft? -- w Bvemy nlte fop two woeRs they stop in here at my place. (FADES) I some back in ~uSta D]i]lUt~, (ATTEMPTING TO CHANGE SUBJ~ST) Look here at 5he mellu, Flo~enoe....it Bays "The best food on the beaod". Oh Ji~ly.,,.I feel so,.., Just look Kt the wide ~a~lety of selections, a~d vet}" teas onable~ too, Did you hear what the ~a~ 8aid? I can't believe,.., ]COW letl8 see, , , ,WhSx~e ~0 the hamburgers? (~UIETLY) Ei~y...yo~Ime ~olng awfull7 svloot, You P~ic~%t have laughed at ~e, yo~ ]c~ow. I thlnM Shakespeare ]lad some express~on about the p~op0~ time for laughter, b~t I forget hO%v it goes. Yes, Florence? I never ][now that Shakespeare could ~ko ~o so happy. Br....~ou moan W~lPiaD[? RT~01 0190312 II I I
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P0%'a~LL: HOPE: POWELL: HOPE; HOPE~ EILE~81 HOPEi EILERSI POV~I,L 1 EILERS: HOPEI POV~LL: EILERS, PO','.~LL t EILERS: POWELL; EILERS: POV/EI,L: Q (REVISED) 8CD~ ~0 PA~E 1 Tha~ypu~.~~2~sally gile s, tha~was rea~ly~swell~ - d I .h°Pe (SO~ OF ARROW) Wooooooooo~ (CALMLy) I shot an arrow into the ai~ - it fell to earth I know not where, Boy, am I lylngJ Listen my slap-happy f~lend - whet a~e you doing with that bow and arrow? DO you know i almost got hit? Oh, I guess itls ~uet the ~ohin Hood in me, Ws~t 1~ntil you get a load of me in ~hose green tighte, (SOUND OF AREOW) Wooooooooo~ I shot an arrow into the air - it fell to oarth . and I now very WOII vlhore~ Nise gile~sa if ~ please~ ~' Shuckss I ~issed him| Look, klds~ this bow and arrow olambake is getting a little out of hand. This isnlt the sort of thing that we like to have 4 All right, Dick, we'll be serious, Can I play, too~? NO~ Zoug~o~nlt~ _L~j~,B°b* Now~:ick up you~ arrow and ~n nlon~, what are we going to be se~io~s about, Diok~ About smoking# 8ally~ o~ perhaps you don~t think tlv~tls anything bo be serious about? Well~ I do and I don~t, Now, where does that ~et U~? ~?ell, I ~moke fo~ pleasuPe of OOUI~SO# DIok~ but at the sa~e Yes? (MORE)
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(REVISED) EOENE i0 PAGES EILEES: Dicka if you really wan~ %he faeSsj here ~hoy a~oo I smoke Luekiss beoa~se I like them bette~, ~ they never bother my throat# ar~ of oou~se that moans a lot to m8 in my plo~uro wo~k, POWELL: You ought to know Sallyt youtve smoked them fo~ a good while havonlt yOu~ fo~ six y~a~. ~ • POWELL: Thank Sally Eilo~8 - and I ~%@~pe~ my bobsw Mrl Lucky ~brik~ ~e~'~-~ Thank~ too, for a swell Job in the acting department, (APPLAUSE) b R T;~O 1 0190314.
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ANNO~0ER : OROHESTRA : (~J~VISED) BOENES "~A & 12 you~ Hollywood Parade oontinues in J~st a moment. °. o ~r LUCKY BAY" ..... STATION BREAK,.... Ah~IOUNCEE: Back to Yo~t~ Hollywood Psmade, starring Diok Powell| With Rosemary Lane, tho Luoky Singers, the Luoky Seve~, A1 Goodman and tho Lucky Etmlke Omohest~a -- Bob Hopo, F. E. Boone, the famous tobaooo auotioneerj and oum ~uest o£ the evenln~ -. ~i~s Sail~rs.Eil~rs.... The Lucky St~ke O~¢he~tPa and th~ Luoky~ sta~,t th8 Parade moving ~ain with anothem nationwide favorite....Numbe~ 4 on yo~ Hit Parade: ~IDipsy Doodle". ORCHESTRA & LUCKY SEVEN: "DIPSY DOODLE" [APPLAUSE) R1"~O~ 0190315
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ORCHES~Aj ORCHESTRA: (HEvls~D) SCENE 13- Page l "HOLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST." THEME °.° PADE FO~ POWELL: ~q~no~ salute to the people we llke to think or a~ the First Citizens of Holl~ocd...Tonight we p~y tribute to a man who belongs to the world, rather than to Holl~vood alone...~ecause his artistry, genius, and loyalty to an ideal have greatly enrlched the world ~n which we llve...But mere than this, lye pay hl~ tribute because of h~s humanesst simplleltyw and his rare ability to see beauty ~n th~ ~ost commonplace things about h~m. To uss he typlfles Holl~,~ood at its best.... THE~ OUT ...$EOUE B.G.~SIC POWELL If the far~ implel~ent business had been better~ he ~ght st~l b~ drawing p~otureB fo~ a mail-order catalogue company.o.BUt thin~ w~nt badly for the rattlers that ye~r~ ~n~ ~nother young artist wa~ thrown on his o~n resources. ~hc silver ]lu~ng of that d~rk cloud w~s a leng~ long t~e ~i shcwi~ itsclf~ but it fln~l]y c~:e t~o~ in the for~ of a gr~at ideale Th~ prod~ctlon of D~fect animated dra~llngss ~ struggle h~s ~de the nnme of th~qt young ~rt~t ]eyed ~nd honored th~ ~o~id over...The noi~e Is Chicago~ ~nd into tho~e few years heI~ p~cked ~ l~fetlme of sc~vlty nnd sbr~g~l~oAS ~ k~d, he ~7orked h~ vlay throug~ school, ~nd managed tc ~ave enough to ~tudy e~ir~oon~n~ at ~i~]~t~ ~fteP his ~lv!sp~ h~rd ~ay ~as over°... e FI'INO I 0190316
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POWELLI - ( Oont, ) ~'L e (P~V~SED) SCENE ~ P~E He came to Hollywood, and ~l~pts ate and lived in one ~habb7 little roo~ with h~s brotherRoy~ While he struggled to perfect hi8 technique. Heartbreak followed heartbreak~ wlth~arren mont~B yielding only one brlght moment -- his ~aPrlage to ~ fellow ~ptlstt Lillia~ Bounds,,,Together they followed the high roa~ toward the realization of his ideal~ and one ni~at~ out of desperation and ncoeaslt~ -- came the creation of a llttle fellow who was to become better known throu£ho~t the world than Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny .. lovable~ laudable IIlokey Mouse..... The rest is history....But h~ ~aster w~s not oo~tent.,.. ~ other~ might hn~e found ~i~koyls su~o~s~ 8uffi~i~nb achievement -- to Walt Disney it w~s but another step toward the realization of hi~ gpe~t Idoal....Even his latest and grc~est c~eation~ the full l~nsth anlmate~ oolor spectacle "Snow White" i~ far from his manls idea of perfoctlon,.,Bo he goos 0~ ~S h~ alw~y~ has~ -- the ~s2me Walt Disney who first experlmented in a shabby~ furnished room...... Yes~ the s~e W~it Disney~ both the aPtlst ~nd the ~an~ for he~ fo~d no ~ubstltut~s for the ~i~pl~ pleasu~.es he knew on the w~y up.o..Happy with his wif~ and two lovely dau~ters~ he lives in a r~mbling hills~de home~ the kind of a home thatIs really lived In....The grounds are always full of the little wild animals thst live in the hill~, ~nd you Oan s~e sg~irrel~, ~hlpmunk~ -- all th~ lltt]o creatures whose very hea~tbeat~ he ha~ ~aptuPed in h~8 aPt,'+,He see~s to %u%d~sta~d them~ and t~ey h~n~,,,, (~OP/) R 1"~401 01S031?
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POVYELL: ORCHESTRA~ (REVISED) SCENE ~ PaEe 3 Walt told Ec of the time when he used to catch mloe in the waste-baskets, feed then, and try to tam~ them. In fact, when he left for California, he took them out into ~e park one nite ~,let them go free...but ~nstead of scurf Ing Into the bushes, they all stood the~e ~n& looked at him bl~nklyoo..Thelr home was wlth hlm...Pe~haps ~tls this rare understanding of the shy 21ttle creatures that llve ~bout us that has brought such great success to W~It Disney. Certainly, hc has made lovely legend~ik-and~)b~l~..~. His humaneness, his simpl~c~ty, his warmth have made h~m loved by all who kno,,# hiT6, and those qualities are what we m~an when we say "Hollywood at its Best".... ~$IC UP & FIIrlSH (APPLAUSE) e
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POWELL I SOENE 14 Thank youl.....And now " , I would ~hl~%ha% g~and new ploSu~e of hie, "8now White and the Seven Dwarfs".. ........ "WhIetle ~Tnile YO11 Work" .... OROH. & P0%~ELD: "WHISTLE WHILE YO~ WORK" (APPLAUSE) ~THO1 0190379
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x M~b POWELL: ~ And now it seo~s wotro tO have a 1'Lottor to ~ho TlmosII L YAU: ~HEI:WOOD: S}FARV;OOD: I.L% !4: - I,{A !4 : S}£ZEWOOD: VAD : 3}fLRWOOD: :{A :':; dop~rtmo~t. Bob, who i~ this sontl~man wlth thshoavy weight on hi~ mind?..~. Do you know hlm~ NO, but it seo~s ho has a ~rlt~cism of what ~ally Eii~rs said a few ~Inutos ago. Pardon ~ee it Isnlt a crltieIBm -- Just a ~ommont. Wolle v~at? Itls Just this. ~ve ho~rd quite a fovr sta~s liko Sally Eilers o~ Lucky 8tr~ke programs° And ~Ivo gotton tho idea %e~ th~thlnk tho~Ir~ ~Iff~r~nt f~m othe~ p~ogl~ whon it ~om~s to 8m~kln~ ~ow do you moan~ Woll, thoy soom to think theyI~.o unusual in wantlng a clgaro~to th~tls oasy on tho thYoat. thing thatls unusua~ abol~t Miss Eilorls Caso is ~mply thab ho~ th~ont is und~ unusu~l s~raln ~ctAn~ all day in f~on% the of/~ound Oame~as° Thatr~ wh~ ~. Lucky ttriko is oxt~a proud that sh~ finds Luokios oasy On h~ th~oot. To usj It,s the b~t proof that Luckio~ will b~ ~7 o~ Vloll, I know a b~tte~ proof° YCnat I s that? I muan that IIvo boon s~oklng Lucklos for ~oars and though of courso I ~4" Woil, I think you should poln~6ou~ that thore al, o mllllons of nve~ago smokoms dlko ~ who# day in~ day o~t~ 9~nd Luokios the ~siost c~gar~tte on our throats, A]-~<01 0190320
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~EW00D: SCENE 16 PAGE 2 Thank you, si~- And I will poSnt it out. For those ~lllions of Lucky Strike smokers do pesses8 the bo~t proof of all that Luckles are easy on the throat, And if Z may say a word to those of you who arc not Lucky Strike smokor~, here it is ,,~ We can only to.~l~lll yo~ about the throat- protection of the exclusive "Toasting~I process,. We can only show you the ~xam~le of a few of the many stars llke Sally Eilers who flnd Lu~kles genulne~y ~asy on the throat, Of c~urse~ actual laboratory bests reveal what quantities of harsh th~oat i~ritanta ere removed by th0 "Toasting~I pro~es~. B~t tbo best t0st of all t~ the o~o enlF FO~ can make, Buy a package of Luckies to~Ight or tomorrow and l~t .your throat d~monst~ats to you the adwanta~a of the exclusive process, "It's To~stodl~, Ro~mber: ask fo~ Luck~ Strike * RTHO? 0190321
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pO'~;ELL: WJ (REVISED) $OENE /~ ~6 L~tost of tho hits to ieavo tho pBn Of ~'redo~io Hol]ando~, %vhonl you ~ay ~o~o~be~ ~s havln~ Wrlb~en b~at swo)l so~, ii!~ioonlizht and Shadows" Js n littlo n~1~or ho w~OtO with 88x1 Coslow, ~oh by this time is prott~o~X}s]Own to ~OU, ~tls "Tr~o Oonfesslo~,!i ~osoms~y Lanoj Who knows hop ~vay about with suoh dittlcs~ is goln~ to $1vo it ho~ O~iI~H : '~THDE CCN2ESSICN" al'XO 1 0190322
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P O~'~LL: HSPE: IO?~LL: HOPE: P~ELL: I:OPE: SCENE iV PAGE i And now, by remote control, from the inside of a fifteenth century suit of armor with a hunch of fou~,teenth century Jokes, without benefit of food, sleep, or Joe Miller, we present that bow and arrow Beau Hrummel, that half-cockeds cock-robln of Robin Hood~ Bob Mope (APPLAUSE) OH, DICK. MAY I BORROW YOUR WIRE CUTTER? I THINK MY SLIP IS SNOWING, IT'S IN YOUR VEST POCKET, BOB~ W}~RETS !~Y VEST? IT'S INSIDE THAT SUIT OF ARMOR. THAT'S A BIN HELP. T}5%T WAS DICK PO~£LL, LADIES AND OENTLE~N. ~3~'E BEEN WITH WARNER EROS. SO LONG, THE TER~ITES T}II~E }~IS PART OF T}~ WOODWORK... I ii D QUITE AN E~PERIENCE LAST W~EK....I ~NT TO A ~UDE P~NCH...T~TIB 7~VRE EVERYBODY GOES TO ROUGH IT OR TKEIR D~EK-ENDo.. I REALLY I~NT DO~I THERE FOR MY ]~LT}I...I~VE BEEN WORKITIG TOO HARD...IIH GETTING SO A.~EWIC :,IOSQUITOEB PICKET ~[E.,,A~YWAY AFTER ~JY LAST PICTURE, THE STUDIO THOUOHT I OUG}[T TO CST A LITTLE AIR....SO I v~:TT TO A .~ICE LITYLE pLACE D0;~! IN ARIZOHA..oHHAT IBESH AIR...T}~ EIRST DAY I WAL~D OVDB TO T}~ WINDO'?, OPEI~EE IT AND TOOK A DEEP BREATH OF TFAT P~ESH AIR...AND THAT'S ALL I BHI~)~BR....I DID SO 5~CE HORSEBACK SIDING Tile FIRST DAY TIIAT I LOO~D LIKE I WAS BREAKING IN A NEW PAIR OF LE~S FOR DONALD DUCK...T]~ RIRST NIOET I WAG TWO INCh~-8 TALI~B, SITTIIIG DO.~!...pLAy ARODND WIT}! T}L~T.... T~EB~S SO~ETHINO TITHE -- I THINK ..... P ]L~D A NICE EIDIBG SUIT WITH TWO PAIR OF PILLOWS....DICK PO~'~LL WAS THERE ° °. }~ WAS SITTING ON TUR FRONT PORCH ONE DAY KAVING TEA AND A C0%~OY DROI~E BY AND LASSOED HIS LITTLE FINGER.., (MORE) BTHO~ 0190323
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EOPEI (OONT'D.) SCENE 17 P~E 2 HE FORGOT TO TAKE T}~ S~URB OUT OF HIS EACK ~0OKET ~ND FOR TWO DAYS ME THOUGHT }I~ .Tt~D ARTI~ITIS....,?WE BOO~D TOGETHER UP TIIERE.. . IN T}~ EIDDLE OF THE NIGh"l' i }EIARD SOMETHING KNOCKING AT T~L~ WIND0"}I SO I SAID, "DICE WAILR UP, o.~.W}~TIS THAT NOISET...HE SAID, "OH, GO BACK TO SLEEp, IT:S JUST MOSQUITOES."..°,MOSQUITOES,.,IT'S THE FIRST TI~ ITVE SEEN }.IOSQUITOEG WIT}} ANTLERS....AL GOODMAN AND HIS BARD HAD THE ROOM RIGHT ACROSS TEE HALL...SINGLE R00}.Io °.. AL GOODMAN AND HIS FLAT FIFTIEE.. oAL :a~D AN ~LECTRIC EOBSE IN HIS ROOM E0 RE COULD TAKE HIS MORNING GALLOP AND BRUSH HIS TrETH AT TEE SA~E TII~....EDDIE CANTOR WAS DO~"~ T~".ENE... DRESSED A A C OWB Y...JUST TO A COUPLE OF CHAPS AROl~ID HIM. °.At~'D ?~ARHE.'-FE DIETEICI} HAD A RRIVATE RANCI[ d HOUSE BIGHT NEXT DOOR TO }~Eo,, ,JUST r~ LUCK I HAD TO HAVE # A ROO~.i WITHOUT A WINDOW...SP~ H~.S A VINE :ENCE CHARGED 711TR T:'0C TRODS;ND VOLTS 0~ ~LECTNICITY.. g.AROB:rD ~ER EOU~ TO HERR OUT BU,~S AND PBOWLEBS,..T)',ro THOUSAND VOLTS.,, ASTER T}[EY CARRIED ~IE TO THE HOSPITAL,...,A~IAY~ I CLU.ED }.}Y CHIL~LAIES°...THE SECORD E!f}}ii I 71AS TR~RE I }~AED A TERRIFIC E0?}LIDG.o.AIUD ~ SAID I0 0!!B CN T}~ C0t/~OYB, "IS TLAT A COYOTE?"...AI!D IN SAID "1:0, IBAT'H JACK ~ENSY NItrO OUT HIS :~C0)iE TAX,",.. ° .T}~Y Ok%~ ~x- 2 DKAUTIF-UL KOEB~£ TO RIDE 5[0 DI!~EER...,A~U AT DI I-~5 TN~,~I.Y ~A~'E !,~T~ HIS BROT}[ER ~ If~ITH 0Rl0RS.. ° °, I'VE IRVER .~hqD SO ~CR EXERCISE OUT OF A STL:~K, ...IT CEST;,I! LY ~'~INT DO'f~! SLOW°., .I THI~K IT USED TC BUD ROE KING C!iOSRY...!.[Y 31EL "!~AS T~TB°..T}~3 Ol~B ~IITR T~ YACE...S~S CUT DO.li O!~ }~R EATING...E0~ SI~ 0ULY USES ONE Kt!IEE...S}IE~S A PNLTTY THING.. oS]~ }~,S TEETII LIHE P~;.RLS., °ONLY T}~Y REED ~ESTRINGICG.. ,THE OaNRR Or TI~ RA}!CH AS~'~D ,%IE TO IQ-RP i~R IRDOORS I-ECAUSE }[E DIDN'T WAI!T TO GIVE HIS CATTLE i SUPTRIORITY CO.~RL~K, .... ° RTH01 019032~
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ROPE: S}~ "ViAS V~AHING ONE OF THO~E N~W PANCAKE I~'LTS., ,BUT 8}~ (CURT'D,) " " DIDN'T LIKE IT., ,TI~ SYRUP WAS ALWAYS GETTING IN }~R E~S.. RTH01 0190325
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IiOPE: (CONT'D.) ~A~J SCENE IT 3AGE 4 W]IIL~ I VIAS THERE THE CGICKE}:S V/E~EN'T LAYING SO V;EI,L..,, SO T~Y }lAD ],~E TELL q!~:,! A Y~':r JOKES~.. ,I LET T}IE,}~N S~T --I "~....GOOD NIGHT~ RT 01 0190326
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~, POW~LL! SCENE 18 Thanks Bob,,,, . ~,** • And now we'll fop off tonlgh~'a shln-dig ~ith a b~t of grand flnale ,., Vi~oen~ Yo%~mants maJe~t$~ ~tmb~rt "DrUms In My Hear~," BU~ flrs% herere Bob Sherwood with a word from tho bosB o,,* (INSERT COmmeRCIAL) 81-XO I 019032?
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8]~RWOODI V~en you buy ¢igarottos romomb~ tho chant of tho $obaceo auctloneo~. ~r, P. ~ ~oono who gavo bho ¢h~n~ on tonlght~B program is typioal of tho ~ exports -- buyors, auct~o~oors an~ warohou~o~on -- Th~se ~on at@ oomplct01y ~ and thoy so¢ wh~o buy~ wh~t tobacco, Wi~h l thoso oxpo~t~ ~ with mon who know tobacco bo~t ,,, itls Lucklos ~ to i$ pA~
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F0?~LL & LUCKY SItISRR S = .R~._STFA. T0~LL: ORCHESTRA: (~RD REVISION) SCENEH'~9 & 20 '*DRUMS Ill ~X P~ART" (A~PLAUSE) HIT EEFRIEE AED FADE "DRUMS I}~ 5~- h~ART" Well ... and so wei~c wound up another edition of "Your Holl~ood Parade." B~t ~'..o~ii be back a wook from tonight with more Hollywood nam,%s and Items For 7our inspection, For our special guest of the evoning...olean closer ladies • o..We111 have Amorleals favorite importatlon from France•• ChaTles Boye~ -- as his l~adlnE lady, ~rgarst Lindsayw a ~ra~d actross.°.who h&!s ~uut started a n~w ¥1n~nol~ .~I'OS. pIeture~ ~Whon Wore You l!orn~" -- Then Bob Hope wlIl be back with his bag of trlfles and thor£111 also be ~. E. BooneI the famous tobacco auetloneor, the= L~cky Singors, the Lucky 7 S'.,I]ngsters, spd .Al )oodman /~Bd the. ' Lucky Strlkc 82 piece Orch~strao So stunS ~long with ~ US when we ¢o~8 kno~klr,S ~t your loud speaker ~. %sob from tonight~ will you9 In the mcantlm~ this is Dick Powell s~ylng goodnlght san~ - zoodnight o~erybody. CRORD F il~ISH RTM01 0190329
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F"~ SOENE ~].. ANNOU~CERI OHORUS AND ORCHESTRA| ANNOUNCER! Lucky ~t~Ike wi~hes to thank Wa~ner B~othors Studlos for their oooper~tio~ in present|ng Your Holl~woo~ Paradee "DUOKY DAYS ARE HERE AOAXN" This is the Red Network Of the National Broadoasting Oom~any, e R1-H01 0190330
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,i ~,~ ~k~_¸ ~ :.~ . _~_ v ,'YOUR AEADE" i. AUCTIONEER HAPPY DAYS POV~LL OPENING (GCODNINKT ANGEL) 4, CAST OPENING - oRCH. & CHORUS {TIIE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE 5, FUN SPOT (CAST) 6. POS~KL & C}(0RUG (SWEET AS A SONG) 7, COMMERCIAL 8, ORCHESTRA . (SONG OF" INDIA) DRAMATIC SPOT i0, T~TIMONIA~ i], STATION BREAK ORCHESTRA & LUCKY 7 (TOP HAT) 13. NOLL~flOOD AT ~TS BEST (ME. & MRS. WAR~E BAXTER) id, P0%'~LD, ORCH. & CHORUS (Tt~RE'$ A GOLD KINE IN T}{E SEY) 15. COMNERCIAL 1G, ROSEMARY LANE & ORCH. (I CAN DBE~I~, CAEIT I) ]7. BOB HOPE 18. INTRO, TO FINALE & CO~C~ERC~AL 19. RANGERS SONG 20, EEPR]SE & CLOSING ANNOUNCEIiENT 21, WARNER EROS, EREDIT & KAFPY DAYS ROUTINE SHE E~ ~/. (REVISED) :45 :45 i i 1 l;OO 1.45 : 2:50 4:55 2t45 7:20 6~00 15,SO 2:45 16:05 5:00 19:05 3tl5 ~2:20 8:15 S0:35 1~0 SS~0S :50 52:55 2:9.0 SS:05 Jl ,, 4:15 39~0 3:10 42:50 i:30 44:00 3:20 47:20 6:30 53150 :45 54:55 2:55 87:lO I:05 5D~15 ~E5 58~4S d EI]LHO 1 0190332
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,,- "You & .~9_LA,'Z/,J o o_q PAngS" ANIIOUNCZN: Listen to the ohant of the tobacco auotlo~ee~l A~O%'~O~tZ?,: [~ADE ::II CHA~T)....?I~5T SALE ...... SOLD A}~IOA~{ 8E00X~ 8ALE ....... SOLD A}~RIOAI{ THIRD 8ALE ...... (End|ng w~th) A~I 6one -- BOLD ~O &~qE A]~BICA~i ~0BA000 O0'..~PAI{%C. A]'[i40UI[CER: ~I&tu~&lly, the i do e~gjp~i~3~tobaooo expem~8 - ~.ilfe the au~tioneem ~ou ~st he~md -- know ~;ho bu~,s ~hat tob~co0. %Vith these exp@~ts - "with ll~n v~ho knolv ~obao~o best~ -- itls Luokies 2 to l 1~ BI~01 0190333
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O;~Ci~STBA Z ANNOUNCERz ORO!~ESTI~ : A~TOUNC I~E I SGL%~E 2 "KAPpy DAys" FA~FA~j.I, Luoky Strike presents --- "HAPPY DAYS" FA}~AK~ ~. "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PABADE" --- Stamping Dicl'~ Powell| ORCi~STRA AND CHOEUSI "HAPPy DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN"....TKE.~ ANNOUNCER: IryouR HOLL~%~OOD PARADE" -- brought to yOU by the manufaoturers of L~!cl Strike Cig~rettes~ from Stage 3 at Warner Brotherst Studios -- one full hour of Holl~'1ood Highlights, feeling the pulse of reality in the oapital o£ ~[ake-Belleve --- Reporting the news, the 61amourt the haa~____t of Holl~vOOdo..°And horc is ~our host - Dick Powoll! (APPLAUSE) ~. L RTN01 019033~
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(2ND R~VISION) SCh.E 4 - 1 IBOB ENTERS CARRYING ~ ~J~,~BRELLAB) Thank youj thank you| Hello, Plok.~l ~ust e~me in to get in out of the ~ain, Oh, hello, Bob...,DidnI~ I Just gee youm ~mt floating down Hollo;cod boulevard a while ago, Yeah, that was my hats but it wasnlt FLOATING---I was in ~t~ I liked you in that skit with Sally Eilers last week...but I can see why they always get you to play opposite all those guest stars --- it saves ~ a~to~ I 41Tve seen you trying to romanee glrls~ Bob, and when you're making love to them they all laugh right ~n your f~ee, Oh, you see I donVt ~,:ant to kill lem.,.l Just want to make lelu happy,.olIVC been over at Catalina all week, but I had to get back for the M.~p~, academy award d~nner tomorrow night~.theylre ~oin~ to give away those ~edals for the best a0ting of the yea~.,.l had to rush bacP. and get a speech all prepared,.° Who for -- SPENCER TRACY (TAY~M]~And you have to go hire a guy llke F~ed Eae~lurrhy for tonlghtls sketch, when you could have talked turkey to r~e~/~'~J VIhat,s the tastier with you: Bob? Are you poutlng again? }~e? Pouting? (PROP LAUGH) Don't be silly, (LAUGHS) Then you~doB~t think F~od's a roma~tle actor? No! Well~ a million people frill argue that with you, • . . . POWELE : HOPE : POWELh: HOPE: POWELL: HOPE: POWELL: HOPE: PO:?!EI,L : 1lOPE : HOPE : POWELL : FI 1 r'¢O 1 0190336
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~ HOPE: O ODI~I 71 ; HOPE : GOOD:[A ~ : (2ND REVISION) F S~ENE 4-~ Why do we always have to deal in fractionsJ,.All I know is this: when I was being starred in "Roberts" on B~oadway, there was a certain saxophone player in the band who had the same name -- Fred Mas~,~urray. pOWELLz Why~ thates no news, Bob %.. Everybody knovls that Fred sta~ted~as a muslolan, In fact, he played with some of the best bands in the country. 111 sa e. id, Di k , / cu I Just wanted to say that Fred played first saxophone for ~0 when I had my band in a show -- IITb~eols A 0~owdII. POP'ELLs Gst thatj Hope? .., Th~eels a 0~ol~d, HOPE: ~,~ell~ if you W~t mo~ IIii be in ~y b~8ilo~, sulki~g ,., Htunpph. What is the theatre co~Ing to., rebui3t saxophone players I pO';~JEI,L: VIoi1, Bob~ while yo~ go back to yot~ faded ~6nlo~ios~ ~vo~ll So Back to AI Goodrna~ fo~ a so~g from "Good l~ewsU thetis still high in pub3io Pavo~ --- DeSylva, B~o~m and Henderson's "The Best Thin~ In Life Ape ~roe ,~,~ake 0RC!~STRA ~ CHORUS: "TH~ BEST T}IINGS I~ LIFE ABE FREE" (APPLAUSE) L FI 1"~:0 ~ 0190332
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(eND RBVISI01~) ~ JBNE B-i ~Irap the% cab ~p| AI, end 1111 take it home with m@, And now, ladies and gentleme~s wo1~e going to ~ive a ~an a chance to clea~ hiB good ns~*e. We Bring yo~ Bhe defendant in the Hope VOPS~S Baxophon8 SiE~%der Case ,,, a grand aoto~ and a g~rand guyp Fred ~aoM~r~ayl (APPIAUSE) ~hanks you~ honor. But I havsnrt much to say in my dsfsns~, Afte~ all~ I was a saxophone playo~, ~,~ell Fred, youtre ~J~ong friends, I used to huff and p~ff dubious tmtunpet myself, But listen ~* %~en you and Bob we~me in TrRoberts" together, did you notloe how he bra~s,.. Sometimes I think themels a slight to.oh of the ~ood old smokohouse abo~t Bob •,. • }~C: Well couldn't want to come out nnd s~y Boblg ~ h~laj bu_~t the last time I wslked into a restaurant with him, :I two eggs Jumped into the pan and fried themsolvesl HOPE: ~ I dldn~t h~a~ a word yol~ 5a~d ~b0~t No~ but if 9~ols anyone thatls e~ ~ s ~ z~usiei~nl POVJELL: Oh~ hello Bob ,,, hepols ~n old friend Of ~o~s f~om Broadway days, who seo~s to be top man on your let, HOPE: Well~ I've Bet to admit, Mac.~iur~ay is a popular acto~, After hi~ last pPovle%v~ the audience stood ~p and gh~oped as one man -- (PROP LAUGH) He vlas an usher, POWELI,: Now wait a ~linute, Bob. PPodls last picture was "TPue Col%fe.ss[onII. I ga~ it, and he Was groatl !IAC: Thanks, D$ck~ but believe me, it vlas nothing like the pe~orzn~ne~ Non gave in "Holl~ood HotelI', HOPE: Did you see "The Big Broadcast" by any chance -- either 0£ you, ~? L ~THOJ 0~90338
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(SEE REVISION) E-E ( ~ POWHLL: 'Eel~, that love Boone you did with O~"ol~, Lombard wae~tops for my dO.h, MAC: NOj Dick, it oouldntt hold a candle to the way you did that scone .with Eosoma2y Lnno HOPE: Has anybody 6or a Lucky? POWEtL| Quiet, Hope, Afte~ all, Freed Is an outstandln~ aoto~ and I believe in Hiving o~edit whore opedit is due, HOPE: Oh, I didntt mean anything by itp ~ed, YO%iP tu0oess is peally th~illlng to me. Why ~uet a few sheet ~a~s ago when I was sta~tin6 on my stapling oa~eopj you wepe Just a broken.down saxophone playe~ .,. Then you hit pictures. And what az~e you today? ... ~0: (MODESTLY} Well ... HOPE: A brokoD.dol.ln saxopho~e playeP! POWELL~ Listen~ m~ slug-silly ehDzn~ you OEnlt cmbsr~Bs ~'~ed by I~ calling him a saxophone play.p, Hels one of the best solid-bent men that over pitched a oonniptlon. HOPE: Solid .- oonnip .., Ohe you can tell that J~st to look ~t hi~, }L~O: Well Dick, they tell ~le that you could dixieland with a hoDn until the ~ates WOPO Up to their knees in 8ob2nnltz. HOPE: Gee, I dldult think you could say that on the ai1~| POWELLI Freda I guess Bob horo doesn't understand swin~-~iuslc~ansI lingo. ~L~C: Oh well; in that eaee~ Bob, l~t mo tr~nsl~te fo~ yo~, When I sald that Dick could "dlxi~land with a herrr', i meant he can swIn~ it with ~ tp~3%pet t~util the "Eatos"~ -- that is~ swin~fans, ate "~p to their k~ees in so}l~altz~" -- oz'~ osP~ied away w~th ~hyt~. L nTH01 0~90339
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HOPE~ POWELLt HOPE~ POWELL: HOPE: POWELL: HOPEI POWELL : GOODMAN : POp'fELl, t (2ND REVISION) 5.$" (PROP LAUGH) ffUSt as if I didnlt know .... And me an old trombono playe~* NO kiddingl I dld~tt know you used to sound elf on a sllp- horn. What~ (TAKe) OhJ -- Oh yeahsss~ --- Tess -- I used to play a trombone ... That is tmtll I had my 8ooidont, One day when I was practising, I got the hiooup~ and broke my wvistl (OLIOKER) Oh, then we can speak freely;,.. Yoah come on Bobj wetre gonna Jam later tonl~xt -- and you can bet it wontt be an E.flat mooting ¢.. BO pape~ ~on -- why when we got t~ough kicking out with those b~Prel-house licks, there wonlt be a hep.eat in the hall. who isntt swlng-happyJ Well, whotll d~ive he~ home?--live got to he on the set at six. Aw~ we'pe J~st wasting our time, F~ed -. this guyls no musiolan. Oh, no? Yen kids are talking to tM first cN1~ Kazoo playe~ of 8atehelmo~th Shaplpols Te~po ~ormlte$, Na~o your own cadenza, and Irll give you a head start of two mazurkas. How about it, F~ed? 8hall we borrow a couple of instr~ionts from the band and take him up on that? Gentlemen, hero are youx, instruments .,. ~tll be back in about twenty minutes, Oha no Goo~nan .°. you stay right there and give us the beat. What'll it be, Fred? L FII HO ~ 07903~0
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• ~ ._I •~ • =~ .... w--- .... / ~ND REVISION ) I[AO: ls "sweet Sue" okay9 HOPE: E.~/r~i. The least I cxpootod was Beethovsnl POWELL: Okay, A1 -- take ~t, P0~ELL~ ~AC}/i/RRAyr HOPE & 0R0]~STRA: "SIEEET SUE" {i) FIRST CHORUS: POWELL & ~4ACN~'4RRAy .,. LEGIT {~) SECOND CHORUS: (STOP TI~tiE) WITH HO?E TAKIff0 COMEDY LI0:CS ON KAZOO & AD LIB CO~TS (~) 0i~CHF~TRA: BIG FINISH (APPLAUSE) I, 8TH01 O190341
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POWELL: (REVISED) SOEh% J Well Fred, maybe it's Just as well we handed in our ~usiolans ~ cards .. o before they ca~e afSer Jem. Among other Broadway veterans who are t~rning to pletures and clicking in a grand manner is the JuRgling Sullivan from Boston, better know~ to you listenePs as Fred Allen. had the pleasttve of working with F~ed in his first pioturej "Thanks A ~lillion," whioh had many a h~t song. Fredls newest pioture, "Sally I~eno and Ma~y", has another swell tune, "Sweet As A ,qong". If you'll string along with me, Itll try to give out with a saI~plo. All right A1 --- youlvo got the green light. POWELL & OROHESTRA: "S~EET AS A SONG" L A]~O~ O~ 90342
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¸¸/14 PO~KLL s MAN: BOOh~E t ~N: BOONE~ BOONE: SGENE V PAGE - BOONE COMMERCIAL When Cleo~atra met Mark Anthony, when Stanley ~et Livingstone - yes, and when ham fl~at ~et e~s - those were all historic occasions. No~ tonlg/%t, before this microphonee we ~e going to see enacted another hletorlo first meeting. Welts goln5 to bring together two people who shoUld have met lons ago. One is Mr. Smoker - you k~ow him - Mr. Average Smoker. The other is M~. F. E. Boone - you know him, too - the famous tobacco auctioneer from Lexlngtan, Kentucky, Now gentlemen, if youall step up here....Mr. Smoke~, may I introduce Mr. Boone...Mr. Boonet ~, Smoker, Glad to meet you, Mr. B¢ono. Are you 1,sally the man who makes all these sounds on the radio? (CHUCKLES) You mean this? (I0 SECONDS Qp CHAN~ . ENDING WITH "SOLD AMERICAN") That)s itl Youlre the one - in the flesh...Mr. Boone, ~o you realize that, until a fe~i months ago, I dldnlt even ~ow the~e were tobacco auctioneers. (CHUCKLES) I suppose you first heard about us on the Lucky Strike programs. Thatls right - and Ilm certainly glad Lucky Strike has brought us together at last. AS a tobacco auctioneer, you ought to have a lob to tell me as a smoker. Illl be glad to ~%swe~ any questions i can. Well, first - suppose you satisfy my ou~ioslt~ about that chant of yours? ~, L f T 01 01903 3
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• BOONE; MAN~ B00h~ : B00NEI B00NYt B00}~E : B00YE: BOONE: ¥~ny . Itls Just our wa~ of selllnS tobao0o, thatls all, Drop into any toba0eo ~rket i~ O~orgia, Flo~Idaj the Carolinas, Vimglnlaa Tennessee~ Kentueky,,~and yo~lll hea~ this or somethir~ mighty like it & (i0 SECONDS OF t, 0HANT,,,ENDING WITH SOLD AMERIOAN") But what does it ~ Mri Boone? Well - what I was ~us% Ohantln~ was 36 ~ollars bid - 36 - 6 and a T - ST dollaP~ bid - S~ - S~ - and an S - S8 doll~rs bid and so on. ]low let me g~t this st~aisht .,. the b~yerB ~o~ the different oompanles ~mk@ b~ds on the tobacco and yOU sinS OUt the bids? Thatl~ right. And ~lh~n a sale iB ~de? I ohsnt sash sale as Itls m~de,,.Sold to the Ame~loa~ Tobacco 0o~IoKny . Sold to X gom~sny - S01d to Y 0ompany Then you ~%OW what tobacco is bought by the various o~garetto companies? I eU?e enoug~ do] And I ~r~de~stand that ~ou smoke Luoki®s FOU~S~If~ Lucky Str~kels my oiga~ette~ yes, si~+ Well tell ~e, Mr. Boo.e, What do you, as a tobs0oo auctioneer, think tha~ L~oky Strike has to offer m_~as I can te~l you this ~oh, At ever~ suction Ilve eve~ sold at - Lucky Strike h~s bought the fine~ ~rades Of tobacco. Now live s~e~n~hat, B ]+~gO '1 019034-,~
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BOONE: SHERWOOD I SCENE 7 - 3 / Then youtd say definitely that Lueky Strike beEins to build a quality produet right at the auctions? I~d say that with absolute oonvioblon, Ye~t sl~,, And, Mr. Smoker . may I add one ~o.~ent. M~TM. Boone is an tobacco man . he deals with all cigarette • mnufaot~r~rs. In hls oholoe of luokles he i~ simply voicing the opinlon of the majority of independent tobacco experts. Sworn records show that amonN th~s~ experts - auctioneers, buyers and warshou~mo~ - Lueki~s ~avs eveD twlo~ as many exclusive smokers as have all the othsr eiEa1~ettes combined. Remember that, when next you hear the chant BRING IN CHANT OF AUCTIONEER) of the tobacco auctioneer .,. with ~on who know tobacco best - ib~a Duckies 2 to i. b A]~01 0~903~
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OROHESTEA~ POWELL: ORCHESTRAt HIT AND FADE SOE~ 8 • And now we'll turn the Parade ove~ to the head of anothe~ pf ou~ d~p&rtment~ -- A1 Goodman, who has made a modern danoinE arrangement of Rimsky-Kor~akoffls br~ll~ant oo~l~o~itlon, "Eong Of India," .... If, you please, AI, "80NO OF INDIA" F~TNO~ 0190346
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(REVISED) SCENE 9 PAGE I & ~/ POWELL; Thank you~ AI ~- you did old Rimsky proud.,.W~ll, now that we've had a little of Fred MacMurray~s grand sense of humor, along with a grace note or two0 from his saxophone, I am going to introduce him to you in his true eapaeity on tonightls Parade, as Head Man in our Drama Department... Along with Fred we want you to meet lovely Gale Page -- a young lady who has served h~r approntfooship in radio, graduated to the ~o~ies~ and is now working -- but good -- in Edward G. Robinsonms new picture. Fred and Gale appear tonight in one of those ~ast¢.rpi~ccs that pop out of the typewriter for radiot called "Allegro Con Brio" -- a musical term for a muslc~l leading man,..,said loading man plays the part of Stevon Kingm a composer and our young lady, the part of Julic LeBtor....with this in mlnds we give it to A~.~Ooodman for a .~luslcal curtain. "Allo~ro Con B~io" starring Fred MaG;~lurray, 0~IC.~STEA; ~JSICA L CURTAIN A/'~O/( , Oml 9034- ?
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...... L .................... (YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE) ' "~.- 3 (March S, 19bS) "ALLEGRO CON BRIO" Based On the One.Act Radio Play of the Name Name by R, Donald Spstz. MUSIC: ORCHESTRA INTRO. (SOMEthING LIGHT, FROTHY) (DI~S FOg..) POWELL: The place is Paris,..'Phe season Gprln~. Lovers 8r~ 8t~olling a~-in-arm alonE the boulevards. Romance Is in the air -- but evldentTy it is not contagiouss for Steven K~ng, young American oompose~, 81ts ab the piano trying to coax a new piano concerto from the whito and ~bony keys. S~tte~, his valet, is arranging a vase of ~affodtls by the window ...... PIANO: A BRILLIAN1 ARPEGGI0..FOLLOWED BY A SOFT MELODY., VOCAL: SOPRANO VOICE AWAY DOES EXERCISES-.ERDIt~G WITH SO}~E HIGH NOTES-- PIANO: STOPS WITH A CRASH,, VOCAL: STOPS.. KING: (EXASPERATED) For the love of plnk-toed billygo~tsl SUTTON: (OPF.ENOLISR) I beE pardon, sir? KING: (SHOUTS) P said pink-toed billygoats~ SCTI~N: (OFF) Oh, no si~l The florist assured me they were yellow daffodils. KING: ~ wasnlt t~iking about the. (BREAKS OFF) Oh, neve~ mind~ PIANO: BEGINS AGAIN, PLAYING SAN~ MELODY.. VOCAL: $OPRA}IO VOICE AWAY NEG[RS AGAIN., PIANO: STOPS WITH A CRASH., KING: (GRI~ILY) lhat settles It ~ gutter--hand me the telephono~ gUTTER: (COr~ING ~ The telephone--yes, sir. Youlre going to order some ear muffs? r ATH01 01903~8
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KING: SUTTERI KING: VOCAL: KING: SUTTER: RING: PIANO: VOCAL: KING: SUTTER: KING: gUTTER : /.. 9-4 NO I I'm going to make a Complaint to the management I Oh, I'm afraid that wonTt do a hit of good, sir Z Ilve already spoken to the manage~--and he hinted that your piano was as annoying to the young lady as her vocal exercises were t~ yO%A, (BITTERLY) Oh, he did, did he I I suppose it means nothing in his life that I have to finish two :uovements of a concerto in three weeks SOPRANO HAS }lIT HIGH "C" (SHE HOLDS IT..THEN STOPS) (HIS VOICE RISING) I tall you, SutPer--itt~ first degree murder l (HOPEFULLY) She's stooped Perhaps she's strangled herself, Bit. No such luckZ Rowever--letls see--where w~s I? Oh, yeah-. allegro con trio-- BEGINS AGAIN-. STARTS AGAIN-. STOPS WITH A THUNDEROUS CRASH.. (OMINOUSLY) Suttero,the telephone ! I'Ii tall that mocking bird e thing Or two-- Yes, s~'-- (ON TELEPHOI~E) Sello~...Hello: Will you ploase--vlhat?--- Listen ~ Je desire parlor aveo chanteuse..L.~s phanteuse [... The sln~! Oui--aoross the oou~tyard~ I want to talk to her!...Oul--toute do sulte~..(TO gUTtER) I'll slzzlo her ears, Sutterl Arc they ringing h~r, si~? FI [,~0 ~1 , 0~903~9
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_.~ KINGs BUTTER: KING: MUSIC: SOUND: KI~IGs SOUND: gING JULIE: HI}TO: JULIEI KING: JULIE: (REVISED) SCENE g~ PAGE $ Yoah...(IN TELEPHONE) Hs~o?.,.,Hello~,,Aro you the young woman whols boe~ howli~ for the past thmoo hou~s?..,'.¥es~ I said ~I; May I Inform you that live never hoard a more ghastly verge in al~ my llfo?,,.~Tmtl~ that?..Yes -- live boon playSng the planoJ.,~hat? ..... Oh, is that soJ... Wall, lot me tell you one thing~ If you donlt stop that hog calling, Z1m going to--%VHAT?..%~AT? SAY, LISTEN TO-- gELL01 BELLO:|I.°. She hung ups s i~$ Said I sounded llke a mo~hanloal piano in a boor ~olnt~ She eantt get away wlth that. Itm going to Gall On that prima donna and tell hem whemo she gets off| UP--CHANGE OF BOENE--DISIS DOWN A}~D OUT-- LOUD KNOCKING ON D0(R-~ Come on---open up~ You oanlt hang up on ~o an~ ~ot away~ with It| OPEN UP, I SAID| DOOR OPENS SUDDENLY.. ~q~atls botte~| NOW~ look ho~e, young is-Oh, my Gosh~ JUlI_~e---JULIE LESTEg| Hollo, Stove. I thought I rosogntzod you~ voleo on the telsphono. Uh*.yoS..°woll-.may I oomo in? (COLDLY) V~y? (POOR CLOSES)(PAUSE) Thorets a terrible d~aught out thsms. Will you please get out~ ~k b 61] HO'~ O] 90350
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..................... J jA KING: JJLIE: KING: JULIE: KING: JULIE! KING: JULIEI ~INGI JULIE: KING: JULIE: KINGI JULIEI 4. b f" (REVISED) BORNE ~i .PAGE 8 Aw, now, Julie--youlre not mad about what Z said| X was Just Joking° From a distance all sopranos sound llko a rusty hinge--oven good ones--well, what I moan to say is-- youlve said qu~to enough| The sooner you go--~ NOW donlt bs llke that. Jullo. Welve got a lot to talk about. Just thlnkJ-it~s boon throe years. You donlt ~ow how Itve missod you, Julie, How ~uoh llvo wanted you.. Do we hays to go into that? ISve always boon in love with you--and I always will be, ~y, every thing Ilvo oomeosod has boon for you, My now eoneerto-- YouTd bettor go back to your concerto. S~evo, throe years ago vlhon we said goodbyo~ our llttlo love affair oamle to a glorious end, YOU wore to go your way to become a successful composer--and I was to go ~Ino~ to become a ~oat concoct singer, But it was a mistako~ Julioo Even you must be able to see that now~ IIm sorry but I donlt~ Steve. IIm perfectly happy. I1m not~ Every time I thlnk of you therels a dull thumpin~ in :~g heart. Probably indigestion. Howts your stomach? Julia--Is nothing saored to you? Itls no uss~ Steve, Three years is a io~ time. People chan~o, I havenrt. %%~y--Ilvs even still got that mole on my left shoulder° I was referring to ~yselfp FI~-~O ? 0190351
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i ......... KING: ~J JULIE: KING : JULIE: KING: JULIE: KING~ JULIE: KING~ JULIE: KING: JULIEI KING: JULIE: KING: JULIE: KING: JULIE: SOENE 9 - PAGL l Oh.. ,YOU mean, ,you mean youIve fo%k~d someon~ else? Yes~ Steve. (ALARMED) Julle :..Youi~e--Youlre not mantled? NO. But Irm terribly fend of him. How oould you do this to me? YOU had your ohanoe three years ago and you tossed it ~way. I tossed it awayl Who tossed that glass of vrine? did--and I regret it. It was suoh good ~vi~e and it was absolutely wasted because I d~1~t hit you. If you ~adnlt dunked I might have felt *~lore kindly toward you. Julie--letls be 8e~io~s, Oanlt vi~ have anothe~ tx~ at it together? Get rid of this fellow you think youi~e in love with. Youlre beinz preposterous, Steve. Do yo~ think IId be ! foclish enoug)~ to Kive up Prinoe ii~'~'ius fo~ you? INCORNFUL~f) Oh--a prlno~, huh? A fortune hunter~ IIll bet he hasnlt got a dime ! L~O, he hnsnrt. But what difference does that make? Youill have to support him the rest of his lifo--just SO you can have a phoney title a~,oundl Iill be perfectly viil]ing to support Prince~ .~,iu:~. Hels a darling. And his title isnlt phoney l Heis got pape~.s to prove ih Oh, yeah? Well--Ilm not ~olng to let you do it| You I r.~e not? Thabls what I saidl Iid like to know what ~Ight you have to mess with my affairs i R 1:~0 '1 01 ~10352
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SCENE 9 - PAG% I • KING: Oh:,.You zean;;you mean yourve found someone else? ~J JULIE 1 Yes, Steve~ KING: (ALARMED) Julle~.;Youlre--Yourrs not marrled~ JULIE: NO~ But I'm terribly fond of him. KING~ ~ow Gould you do this to me? JULIE: YOu had your chance thmee years ago and you tossed it away. KI~IG: I tossed it away] Who tossed that glass of w~ne? JULIE: ~ dld--and I regret it. It was s~sh good wine and it was absolutely wasted booa%~se I didn,t hit ~'ou~ If yo~ hadnlt ducked I might have felt ~,1ore kindlF toward you, KING: Julieh-letTs be serious, 0anlt we hays another try at it together? Get rid of this fellow you think youI~ in love with. JULIE: Youl~,e being preposterous~ Steve, DO y~u think Ild be '~ foolish enough to give up P~Ince ~ic, rius fo~~ you? KING: (SOORNFULLY) Oh--a orlnoe, huh? A foi~tune hunterl ltll bet he hasnlt got a d~me| JULIE: [NO, he hasnlt. But what dlffemenoe does that make? KING: you111 have to sup~ort h~ the rest of his liNe--just so you can have a phoney title around I JULIN: I:Ii be perfectly willing to support Prlncei:.rit,~. Hels a darling. And his title Isnlt phoney J He:s got PaNe'S to prove It ] KING: Oh, yeah? Well--Ilm not golnK to let you do itl JUI,IE : Your re not? KINGI Thatrs what I said| JULIE: IId llke to know what right you have to mess with my 4 affairs l d ~1~01 0190353
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KINd: J[U, IE~ KINd: JULIE: KING~ JULIE: KING: JULIE: KING: JUL]E~ KING: JULIE~ KING: JULIE: KING: JULIE~ (MEVIgED) Because l:m in iovo with yOU-~thatTs why~ protest you from yoursolfJ YOU neednlt bother, Mr, Stereo KingJ SGEN~ ~, PAGE 8 I1m going to It wonlt be s bother, I told you once that Ild kill any ~n who tried to take you away from me| Well--I1~ net going to kill Prlnoe Marius--It wouldntt be worth the effort-.but when I get through with him his face will look 12ko a relief nap of Europe| gtDve-~-will you li~ton to me--| I listened to you throe yoa~s ago and look what happened| ~ore is thi~ Prlneo Marius9 I refuse to tell you~ Okay-.l Maybe you arcnlb worth saving from yourBolfl Maybe youlre Just a nit-wit like all the other dizzy da~es ~qho go trotting around Europe shopping fD~ a ~nrri~g(, license with a crest on it~ Ntevo~ If yould only let ino toll you--| Come hotel !~at are you going to do? 11~ going to kiss you~ Steve--~ COME HEREJ Yes, Gtovo--(PAUSE) Thsro.,.Tbat will be my 1~st bltto~ romembmanoo|.... Goodbye, dulle-- gtevo--wait--~ b RT"~O 1 0190354
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SCENE ~ PAGE 9 KINGI (AWAY) If you want to he an angel of mercy -- yould better follow me wi~Fnioa, iodine and bandaEes| Prince ~lus will need lem~ J~ILIE $ (CALLING) STEVE-T! SOUND:, FURIOUS BARKINGl GROWLINGr SG~FFLING -- KIEG, (On') ~_~2Z_EY!..zLEGGO!.-~STOF Z~I-..O0 tWAXl 0~,",VWWL(AD LIB) JULIE (0ALLING) Stop it| "Stop it, you Bad dog| KING! GO IWAy| GO IWAY|--CW IT OUT| (AD LIB)(DIM IN AS JULIR A PPRCAC}~ES) JULIEI STOP IT) STOP IT, I SAY| SOUND: GROWLS DIE AWAY JULIE: Oh, Steve -- did he h~t you? KING: He didnlt do my leg any seed| Whatls the idea of teaohlng a doE to biSe vlsitor~S JULIR: I dldnlt teach hi~. He has very violent l~likes and dlsll~s, havenlt you, ~inoe? KING¢ PRINCE? Donlt tell me this pooch 18 a prlnoe~ too? JULIE~ gels the only prlnee I ~ow--a~entt youj P~Inoe ~ari~s? SOb~ID: DOG BARKS. KING: Prince ~arius? Do you mean to say that this heart-throb youlve been boasting about is a common, o~dina~ mutts JULIEI He Isntt a mutt| Kels got a pedigree| K~NG: (OMINOUSLY) Julle--oo~e he~e| J~LIEI He wouldnlt have blt you if you hadnlt kicked his cushion as you went thrOUEh the hall, KING: Oc~e here, Julle| • ULIEI ~%~at do you wants e RTH01 01903~
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f SCENE 9 - PAGE iO • • KING: Put down that dog| Look--welve been a couple of da~n fools. Welve just waeted three yoars, Wo were mean~ fO~ ~a0h 0thei~..oe~TeeD8 OD no ~are81~s, Tomorl~o%~ We ~t marrisd. JULIE: Stuv~ - ¥~aatls the matte~ with this afternoon? KING: Shut ~p...Row Oan I k~ss you when you talk all the time~ JULIK ~ Steve -- KING: (CRYING OUT) OW~'~VW~ JULIE! Steve---wb-atI s the matter? KINGI Ngthing...Prince) [[n1.iu~ is Just bitin~ ~ leg a~ain. JULIE: Hels so playful...If youIll let me 8D.oIIII make him stop-- KINGI (WIT|{ MINGLED BLISS AND PAIN) Oh, never mind...Just staN whel, e you are.,..lethlm go ahead and chew it off,.,, It doesnI t hu~t..ha~dl~ at%y... • . ... 0RC}[ES~2A : PLAY OFF 4 ATH01 0190355
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(SND REVISION) SCENE IS PO 1 MAC ~RLY TESTI~0NIAL FO'~LL~ Thank you2 Fred MacMu~ray a~d Gale Page . ~hat was groat | !~CMI~RAY: I bet youill say that about my now Paramount pdoturo "~OOooanut drove". PO¥~LLs Fred, youlve been kind of busy with that onej haven, t you? Wetve so~t of missed you of latee ~AC][~IRAY: I was probably home practistnEmy scales. You know -- Do - re . ~e . stuff. PO'IL~LLI Oh yes -- the old showeP routine. You mean you sing in Cocoanut grove~i~ ~C~LU~AY: Yes, lira doing a little singlng for a changop Dick -- and believe mem afte~ ten hours in front of th~ sound camera~ those do-ro-~els co~ hard. It was nice of you~ boss to stand by me the way he did, PO#~LLI You mean, Mr, Lucky Strike? .~AC +U.~X I ~ean those clga~ottos he ~akess Dick, llve smoked Lucki~s for,,,years nowt yet I was honestly amazed that theyld be easy on ~y throa~ ~von ~nde~ that stPain, POI~LL: No cause for amazem~nt~ Fred. As ou~ friend Bob Sherwood would say -- thatls the bhmoat-protectlon of the "Toasting" proeess...But thanks for tellln~ us abo~t it Fred Mae~.~rray and thanks again for that swell acting Job. (APPLAUSE) Ft~N01 019035P
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i- . • SHERWOOD: ORCHESTRA : SHERWOOD: OECE: AUD LUCKY SEVEN: SCENE ll & IS Your Holl~wood Parade oontinues in Just a moment -- "LUCKY DAY" •. ,STATION BREAK... Back to Your Eollyw od P fade, starrlng Diek Powell; with Rosemary Lane4 ~ne Lucky Singers, the Lucky seven, A1 Goodman and the Lucky Strike Orchestra. , Bob Hope• , F,E. Boone, the famous tobacco auctlon~ePp a~d our g~est of th~ evening, Fred ~sacMurray Gale PaNe . , .- • • i The Lucky Strike Orchestra and the Lacky S~ven, sts~t the P~rade ~OVl~g again with a SOlid f~vorlt~ "Top E~}," "TOP EAT" (APPLAUSE) Pll~(01 0190358
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0ROIIESTRA: POWELLt ORCHESTRA: POWELLz (REVISED) Scene i~- Pa~e 1 ....."HOLL~Y400D AT ITS BEST" T~EME FADE 'FO~ _ Mow weld like to take a moment to salute ~of our First Citizens OUt here in Hollywood -- first not neeessarily in the position they hold In the motion plot,s Indu~tr~ -- but first in those qualities that make the world a nice place in v;hioh to llveR make our town...llke yelp town.... Tonight we pay tribute to a grand actor and his gmand wife, two people who, for over twenty years of ma~ied life, have lived a partnership whloh prompts ~s to call tZaem M~. and Mrs. HOll~ood..... THE~ OET~,.SEGUE...BAOKGROUND MUSI.0 Sullen smoke hung heavily over the smouldering ruins of a city as a chubby boy of eleven took his mother by the hand and t~ned his back on the ashes that had once been their home.., o tosethe~ they set about the task of beginning life ane%v from the wreckage left in the wake of the ~rost San Fmanei~oo fire...That boy was War~ler Baxter...Begin aEaln he did. and we find hlm later, his face a little leaner from the stxn~ggle wlth Life, a salesman for a large frim in COlt~bus. Ohioi..SUt the stage was in his blood. and he haunted the theatre until one night he got his chance as the slainR and danolnS teach-mate of a vaudeville 8ta~ whose partner had been injured. • ~ ~a stock company which, In those days, molded our future stars in an atm0sphere of shabby hotel ~ooms, not-too-froquent meals, and hard vlo~k~..o~4~S ~ny ~..~ ~il ~.~, ~i~i~ii~ ~,littls of the gl~mour of the theatre her~. (MORE) ~I"MO? 0?90359
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4 P01~]LL: ~ he jnln^~ ~ -thZ-- -i found the lure of Hollywood • . (Cent t d) too g~eat ~o ~eSIStt and @am@ here to find his nlohe in the silent piotu~es..oBUt dlrostors saw no~hin~ in him, s4~ ~,..R~ a ~ob in Oliver Morosoots stock oompany, and to hi~, a ~esplte f~om the stpuggls,°,,Then, ou~ MP_~, Holl~vood, a leadlr~ lady i~ the same stook oompany. ,.He~ interest in Wapner was at first purely h11~anit~Tian, SSeID~ young men wo~klr~ with the pallor and thin oheeks of near-stamvatlon...But %his fi~t feeling pipened into 10re, and the ~omanoe of Wa~n$~ Baxto~ and Winif~d BrySon b~gan, -- Then came o oh~n~e a6 Broadway, andwi~h %he firs~ few dollaDs, the ma~la~e they had both vlaited fop.°°Hollywoodd~t~ b~okoned, and Wa~ne~ had a bl.leP fli~ at suooess; but in time found hlmself^outsido th~ studio ~ateso~e/~, But ~ they woz~e used to the csprioes Of ~holv b~s~ess, and patiently walt~d fern ~ ohanoe.. ,It c~J~o wZth the advent of talkln~ pleiades, v;hen WaPnem~s fine spoakir~ voles landed him the role that at last bro~gh~ him suoooss -- the "Clsoo Kid" in the picture "In 01d AmizonsI', P~Om the~o to the top was b~t a step, a st~p %?apne~ Baxte~ took in st~de, while his wlfe found heP happiness in beln5 Just Mrs. Hollywood.,.°ItIs a ~rand formula for happiness, ~oo~ and the B~xte1~s llve now muoh as they did in.days -. simply, ssnslbly, b~t holy -- see~rsly....The r~ighb-elubs seldo~ s~e them, fo~, they have leapned hol'i ~]uoh you ca~l find wlthi~ the fo~ vlalls oi" yelp own homs.o,TO tell you what they do, hey; they llvo would be alI~ost Impossible. fo~ they llve Just llko any otho~ oouple of Your Home Tol~a%.e.. ~1"~01 0190360
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" (ContJd) ORCHESTRA: (REVISED) Io - Golf, tennis, rldln~, -- ye~, But none of theg~false glamour we hear so ~uoh abou$ mars the even oourse of their lives...Warnexm hasnIt forgetten~when his wife gave him her last'dollar to buy make-up to try for an Indlan part when the goin~ was rough, and she hasnrt forgotten the hungry boy sh~ first pitied, then loved...,I know it, beoause I know the.._~m, like them, respect them -- theytre my idea of ~[r. and ~Irs. Hollywood...So tonight live baken a moment to tell them that we who must live hero as well as work here, saluts them as -. "Hollywood At Its Best#. ~RIC UP AND FINISH., .BIG., .CHOIR IN BACKGROUND AI'~O 1 0190361
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(REVISED) 6CENE 14 ORCHESTRA: , HIT AND FADE POWELLt And now, for my frlond Warqe~, Itd llkQ to sing a sonR that n~y take him back to his fipBt big S~OOOBB in pioturo~, bocausc itts a son~ of tho open rango..."ThoreTs a Gold Mino in th~ Sky." PO~I~LL & ORCHESTRA: "THERHIS A SOLD MINE IN THE SKY" (APPLAUSE) b FII~O ~ 0190362
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POWELL s SHERWOOD! POWEI~ SHERWOOD¢ POWELL | SHERWOOD POWELL~ SHERWOOD: e ~-~,~: :~L:~L~ ~L±-~¸ I_A~ : i ~ L ~ • L i ~" ~ ~ ~_ • ~ ~ • CO~mROIA£'.o. 4 BcE.s 16 P.8o i. YOU know Just a few minutes ago ~~ • You reoall that I mentioned something about the "ToastinG" prooess~ Well, he walte~ until we wsre away f~om the "mike", then he asked me if I could tell him Just what "Toasting" was..Frankly0 boys and gl~i8, I oouldnlt. And I~11 bet a lot of you are in the same boat, SO l~m going to ask BOb Sherwood to stand up here ri~At now ~nd glve u~ the low.down. Sound all might, Bob? Sure, Diok, llmreadye Well, I knc~ that the l'Toastin6" process makes Luokles easy on the th~oat but can you tell me how? Sure, The "Toasting" process removes certain throat- Irritants that ar~ nat~ally present in all tobacco. These irritants are out of Luokies. But hew can you tell? Well, I ~an offer you three kind~ of proof of ~h~ the "Toasting" p~ooess doss. Fi~st~ laboratory tests. Th~se ~" reveal what quantities of throat i~itants, found in all tobacco, are actually ~emoved by "Toasting". S~oond, there is the experlenoe of others. Many of the ~eatest sta~s of radio, Opera and the soreen h~ve preferred Luokles fo~ y~ars - people whose voices are their fortu~aes~ p~ople llke yourself, Dick, and Fred MaoMUr~ay, W~ll, Bob, that sounds senslble. I should think if that,s true, Luokles Wouldbe ~entle to any smokerls throat. Yes, and ~at~s the third proof. And it's a proof that everyone llstonln~ in can make. All of you ~an actually demonstrate to yourselves the throat proteotion of the exclusive process "Itls ~oasted". Simply try a package of Luckies tonight or tomorrow and your own throat will tell you the advantages of a light smoke. Rememberl Ask fo~ Lucky Strike. ~1H01 0190363
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SCE}r~ 16e , .," p.ROHESTRA~ , HIT ,AN,D FADEi POWELL! Thanks Bob.....~tls hard to say what make~ a song a success -- a lovely melody.,..expresslve words...,oftsn both, as in the case of N~mber Ten this week on Your Mit Parade......Howeve~, we thlnk,"I Oan Dream Cantt I?" vrill climb even hlghe~ in popularity after itls been sun8 tonight by ehan,ing Rosemary Lane.~.Co~e along, Rosemary. LANE & ORCHESTRAl "I OAN DP~EA~, CANtT I?" (APPLAUSE) RTH01 019036~
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L POWELLI BOB: POWELL: BOB: pOWELL: NOB: pOWELL: BOB: SCENE 17 PAGE I AND NOW FOR THE LIGNTER SIDE OF ITEMS ON TP~ PAFADE, LADIES AND GENTL~MEN~ ooT}~RE COMES A TIME IN T}~ LIFE OF EVERYONE WI~N HE MUST STAND ERECT, 8QUARK HIS SHOULDERS, FACE THE SITUATION, AND TAKE THE BULL BY T~ HORNS..SO.. C~RY ON..HOB HOPE. (APPLAUSE) THAT'S A NICE INTRODHCTI0ko .CARRY ON HOB HOPE...TEAT WAS DICK pOWELL..LADIES AND GENTLE~N, THE BIG HAD MAN OF RIBSTSNE....SAY~ DICK. I SAW YOU IN ONE OF THOSE DOUBSE FEATUNE MOVIES LAST NIGHT. W~N YOU CAME ON THERE WAS ONLY ONE MAN IN THE AUDIENCE LISTENING TO yOU SING.... ONLY ONE MAN IN THE AUDIE~NCE...WHAT WAS THE NAME OF THE OTHER PICTURE~ "THEY GAVE }IIMA GUN"... I SAW YOU PLAYING A C0~DY ROSE IN A PICTD~RE LAST NISME,' BOB...THE MARQUEE SAID~ "TO-NIGME...BOB HOPE COI~DY" '~IAT ELSE DID TP~ MARQUEE SAY? "A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER"...oCAP~Ry ON, OLD FELLOW... TIL%NK YOU, OLD BEAN....CANNY ON BOB HOPE..oTHATtS NOT A BAD IDEA TO-NIOMT...I JUST FINISHED MAKING OUT MY INCOME TAX°..I THINK THE GO~NN}~NT WILL HAVE TO CARRY }~E FOR A WHILE. • .YOU KNOW..INCO~ TAX...GOVNEN~NT ALIMOI~. • ° • I HIRED TWO LA~S AI~D T~RR ACCODNTANTS TO P~EP ~ WITH ~f TAX LAST ~fEAR..°TE{ET ~OST }~ FIVE ~PJNDNED DOLLARS, BUT IT WAS WONTE'IT. TSEY SAVED }~ FIVE DOLLARS AND FOFTY CENTS,~ ~ *BDT~HI@ MYAN I }~A~E A STUNT M£N NEO~T~ STUDIO ~LPING ME...I~M STOOP SHOULDERED FRO~.~ TRYING TO GET INTO THE LOVER BEACKETS. • • ,.IF WASHINGTON IS LISTENING~ I~M ONLY KIDDING,,,. 8TH01 0~90365
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E~ {CONTtD.) SCENE IV PAGE N T ~}IT 0%rf~E TG CATALINA TO NAKE OUT LfY INOOr,~ TAX,,,I WANTED TO GET OUT ON THOSE ROCKS OVFR THERE WI~E IT WAS QUIET,,.ICAUSE I FIODRE~ AFTER I PAY MYTA~ I~LL BE TI~RE ANYWAY,,.,.CATALIEA IS A SMALL ISLAED ABOUT TWENTY ~IIL~S OFF TEE COAST OWNED BY )~,~ WRIGI~Y, T}~ CF~WING GUM MAN,,. IN FACT, ANYONE 0P TNE NATIVES CAN STEP ON A WAD OF CHEWING GUM BAERPOOTED AND TELL yOU WHAT FLAVOR IT ~S.,.,. X~O~MX~Eb~t~XWEMA~MX~I~N~NEM .,, o~ MAD A NICE BOAT TRIP GOING O½1ER..,IT DIDNIT TAKE LONG,.,ABOUT TWO BIACK COFFEES AND A BICARBONATE, ,. ,IN FACT, THE COFFEE IL%D %~-IITBCAPS 0N IT, T~ NA}~ OF T}[E BOAT WAS INDIAN C}~IEF,,,, "INDIAN CHIEF" ..., I NEVER SAW SO ~[[f PALE FACES IN ALL ~ LIFE,,, I COULDN~T EVEN KEEP MY H~,ND ON ~T 0TONACH,° ~, !~. OF COWESE, WE WOULD }LIVE FR~'EI[RBD TO GO OVEN 0E EY PRIVATE YACHT BUT I BROKE T}~ RIGHT OAE,o,oI WORE M'Y EACHTING URIPSEM°ooA PAIR OF WATEK WINGS WITH BNASS BUTTONS, A SCHOOL OF WHALES ?~RE FOLLOWING TED BOAT ALL TI~ ~AY SEEN AND ~VY GIRL,S ~0TWER FELL 0VFRBOAED...,~ EAD TO PULL UP SIX ~HALES BEFORE ITE FOUND HE~ •, .LUCKY SHE WAS "/~AEING A EAT, I HET A BEAUTIFUL GIRL 0U BOAEDo,,°.NOY~ SHE W;B SORGEOUS,,,I TOOK H~E TO DINNEEo°.BOY, SHEIK STILL GORGEOUS... ~Y GIRLIK NOT~B E~.D A LITTLE ACCIDERT.o,SHE ;;AS EATING A S}L~EK AND T~IE BONE GOT CAUGHT ~N HER T}~qOATo AFTER DINNER I THREW A CIOAKETTE OUT OF T}~ FORT-ROLE AND r~5IRTHA FATE LET OUT A TERRIFIC Y~LL,, .AFTER ALL, PEOPHE SHOULDN'T YAV~E IN FUBLIC,,,BUT, ITIS SWELL OVER THERE ON THE ISL%ND,..IT~S THE ONLY ISL;ND ~-" BROTHER V!AB EV~ ON TK~T DIDN'T HAVE BAEH ON T~E, WIND~S,.o F~[A01 0~90366
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BOB; "" (COHE'D.) f, HOE~E iT PAGE 3 THE HOTEL WAS NZOE ~RE~.. MY GIRLIE FATI~ ~D.BE A B~G HIT...RE WAS HELD OVER AT T~ COCKTAIL BAR, HE ~XAH A NOSE T~SiT LOOKS LIKE A TEID LIG|V2 WITH ~AESOORE VEI~E~ TRE~/ HAVE TO PAINT HPS NOSE WRITE EVERY TWO WEEKS TO I~P THE KXES FEO~ ~ATHEEIRO A~OURD TT ALE RI~(SI~(,%, i'l~A~, T~T EOORIH }[ERE AGAIN". THE ONLY THING I~ DIDNIT LIKE ABOUT THE 'J£q~ COCKTAIL BAR WAR THE RAI~ID~ST O~ THE FLOOR,. ,IT KEPT GETTinG IN HIS HEIRo YOU KNOW WIIAT SAW LUST ISo,,CHARLIE MoCART}D/ OS ~|~ LOOSE, OEARLIE ',~;AE O'~T,R T~'~RE~ ~ ~A~I O~ OF THOSE PETRIFIED TREES,. ,WE STARTED CEYINGo, ,HE RAID~ I'T)~T Y;AS MY EATHY2~, ,~ I~AD ~%EDE~I~IG OF THE ARTeRIeS o#,..I ORG~;T TO LAY OFF THOSE $0KES ABOUT MOOARTHY~ I'M RUNNIR@ OHAELIE R~[OET ~TO TI~ GROU}PD.. ,[-IQ~T '~IR~'RE ~ BTARTZD ~RO~%,. I TOOK A BIDE IN ONE 0P THOSE GLASS BOTTOM EXSL'RSIOE DOATS... YOU I~(>W, V!}iERE E'~k'BC, DE LOOKE DO~ AT T~ FISH $~D TI~)/ RE~ERS TO SE~D POSTAL CARDS TO TEEIR RRLATIVER,,.BBT, THERE'S ~OTEI.~O L~IUBIIAL ABOUT T}~ BOTTOM OP TI~ OOR,'d(.,, JUST LIKE, HOLL~W00D BOULEVARD WITH PIER.. ,I ¥1A$ ~UOKING AT T}~ FISH '~JHEI~ Sb~DDE'~DY A E~A HORSE R~AM UP 'IO ~ A)~D SAID~ "PARDON ~E, IS THIS THE AQUARIAM¢I',,I SAID, "ROa Tills 13 OATALIBA ISIAI~D~I,,}~ SAID~ ~'ROW DO YOU LIK~ TIL~.T TRAFFIC CARP.".....AND CATALINA'S REALLY T}~ p~ACE TO FISH..oREALLY~ THE FIEIl ~J~ EITI~)O SO GOOD T}[AT I ]L'~D TO TURN ~ BACK TO BAIT T}~ E00K, ITIS NICE TO KNOW iIOW TO FISH.. ,EOU EEVLR OAR T~LL ~;R SD)~ONE I~]OET ¥.'ANT YO0 TO RUN FOR P~RSIDENT,, *. ,~$1HILE V;~ ~-EE FIR~IINO A EUNCE OF 55"iN EATI~G S}h+k~EE CA~ RIGET OF TO T.h~ PIET(, I TRIED TO GET MY GIRLIE ~,IOT}~'~ TO GO IF, BUT THE S}L%RKS GOT WISE AND DF~I~T.,.~ CADORT ONE FIS}I SO DIG T}IAT I GET UP ~[H TIID MIDDLE OF TEE HIGHT AND CALL MYSELF A LIAR, ~]~01 019036?
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ROB l (CONTrD.) SCENE 17 PAGE 4 A MIDGET WAS SITTING N~XT TO ~,~E., ,]~ WAS FISHING WIT}[ A NEEDL~ AND TI~EAD, MAELENE DEITRICH WAG TSERE.,.S}IE DIDNIT WANT TO FISH, BUT I GAVE- NEE A LINE AN~/~JAY, I FOUGHT A NEREIFIC BATTLE EITR ONE FISH FOR T~£REE EOURS BEFORE I [A}~DED HIM,.,IIVE NEVER SEEN 8UCE A TOUGH SARDINE.. WEIGHED ALL OF FOUR OURCES...BUT, ITIS A %~KY HEA~T}IY PLACE O~S TEET~.,.EVERYOEE GOES THERE TO BUILD T}~ISELVES UP,, .TIIEY ENEN BROUGHT 8O~ OF BING CROSEYJG HORSES OVER TI~RE..IN ?,'}rEEL C}IAIEE,..AED A LOT OF COUPI~E GO T}[ERE ON T]IEIE EONEYEOON. ~Y GIRLIE SISTER ALWAYS GOES THERE ON }~E HONEYMOON BECAUSE SHE IL%S A BOY FRIEND TERSE, BUT YOU KNOW I JUST FIGURED OUT T}LIT :i~REIAGE ~S JUST LIEE S,~.NTA ANITA, ,YOU NEVER KNOW W}LIT~OIfR TWO BUCKS AKE GOING TO BRING YOU, W}III~ WE WEE FISHING SOMEBODY YELLED T]L%T TSEY SAW A SEA &IONSTEE,, ,I~ CL%S ~IY GIRL IN A NENTED LATHING: SUIT,oSHE LOOKS LIKE SO~TEING YOU DREAR ABOUT AFTER A CN[LI SUTFSRo WHEN I WAS WALKING OUT OF TEE EOTEL 'WIll }~E A~D }~R ~IOT~Ej T}~ HOUSE DETECTIVE SIARTED SEARCHING KY SUIT CASK, I SAID~ "W}LtTrS TR~ IDEA$",.NE BAID~ "IF YOUJLL WAEK OUT WITH TII~*T GIRL, YOUILE V!ALK OUT WITH ,~NYTHING •" GOOD NIG]IT, RTHO1 0190368
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(R~WS~D) , sc~E 18 ~ -~-~ ~ in a momont ~e111 wind up tonightls fiosta with a ~rand flna~o -- Ha~F Tiornoyt~ ~ousing "Rangemsl Song" fmom Rio-Rita.,.. But firsb - A word from Mr, Lucky Striko,,, {INSERT OOMMERCIAL) A T,~O 1 0190369
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SHERWOOD: SCENE iJA S~OSIEG CO~ROIAL ?men youtro buying oigarettes, remembe~ the chant of the tobaeeo auetloneer ~ (CHANT - eadln~ with ttSOLb ~.~ERICAN") That ohant is your re~inde~ that ~ tobaGoo expert8 like the auctioneer Boene you Just heard, know who buys what tobaoco, They deal with all hut are not comqected with any ~anufaeturers. And they smoke Luekies 2 to i. Remember, with these ~ expertsd.owith men who know tobaeoo beat - itls Luokies ~ to l, d RI"~O 1 01903?0
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( (REVISED) EOE~E 19 & EO RO~LL & OHORUS; ORCHESTRA: POT,~LL; "RANGERS! SONG" (APPLAUSE) HIT REPRISE "RANGERSI SONG",...AND FADE FORI Bo, a bit roluotantly, but nono-tho-less Inevitably~ wo como go th~ weekly parting Of the way~, ~oweve~, weT~e IssuIi~ an Invltation to bo in your favorite @halt a~ongsido you~ favorlte radlot nox~ Wednosdays samo time! when another edition of Yott~Hollywood Pa~ado w111 com~ a-calllnT• You oan ~ook ~o~ Elamo~ wi~h ~ oapiEsl "G"..., sophlstlcatlon with a oapltal "S"o...and charm with a capital "C"...°all of whloh ~eans but ono porson on thoso sun-dronohod 8horo~ ~- ¢~p~i~ating Oon~tanoo Bonno~t,.,o F. E. Boon~ tho famo~ t~b~cco au~tlonoo~ will bo hore~ as will tho Luoky ~In~ors, the Lucky Soven~ and S1 Goodman with tho Lucky Etrlko O~ohe~tra° Not to montion~ Rosemary La~ a~d 0~ oy~ Good ~o~ man~ witho~ tho ioo-o~oam~ but with his o~nl truok -. Bob Hopo..,.~ now~ this is yours s~n~oroly, Dick POW~II, say~n~ Goodnlto Gang,,. goodnlto everybody|,.. ORCHESTRA: CHORD RI~IISH (APPLAUSE) b RYe01 0190321
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80ENE Bl ANNOUNCERi Luoky Strike wishes to thank Warne~ Brothers Studios for thei~ oo~pe~atlon in p~esenting yott~ Holl~wood Pa~adej CHORUS & ORC}~STRA: "LUCKY DAYB ARE HERE AGAIN" ANNOUNCER: This is the Bed Network o~ the National B~oad0a~tln~ Cow,party, C f AIde7 0190322
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i, AUCTIONEER "yoUR ROLDI%V0SD PARADE" 2, HAPPY DAYS 5. POWELL OPENIED (~) ANNOUNCEMENT 4, ORCHESTRA & CHORUS (I ~OW THAT YOU NEOW) 5. POWELL PHODUCTION NUMBER (INTBO WITH BENNETT) 6. ROSEMARy LANE (THANKS FOR THE NEMO~Y) 7, COMMERCIAL 8, OBCHESTHA'(MEDLEY: ~ GOT pLE/~TY Ol NOTHINt IT AINtT NECESSARILY So 9. D2AMATIC ~CONSTANOE B~NNSTT) I0. TESTIMONIAL (BENNETT) Ii. STATION BREAK 12. II .]~RCH~r~ ¢ L.~m~ 7 IS. HSLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST (BETTE DAVIS') (DRAMATIZED) I~ C0|BAEBCIAL i~,~" PSW~LL (SAIL ALONG SILVRY MOON) I~. BOB HOPE -18o INTRO TO KINALE & COMMERCIAL IS. FINALE (SAY IT WIT~ MUSIC) 20. REPRISE & CLOSING ANEOUNCBMENT 21. W. B. OBEDZT, THEME & SIGH OFF t45 :45 I i:00 L:4S I 2:15 1:00 2:10 6:10 I 7:00 15:i0 i E:EO 18180 I 5=05 19:55 I 2~=26 1=50 8S=55 I =50 ~3=45 2=20 36~05 6100 4E:05 1:30 45:40 3:50 49=30 6~30 56:00 :45 S6:45 E:45 89:SO i:00 80:ED :30 81i0o b RTH01 0190323
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r/ SCENE I "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" ; MARCH S ISS8 = ANNOUNCER: Listen to the chBnt of the tobacco a~¢tlonee~l AUCTIONEERS (FADE IN CHANT) .,, ,FIRST SALE...., .SOLD AMERICAN SEOOME SALE ...... SOLD AMERICAN THIRD SALE,...,. (Ending with) All done -- SOLD TO TEE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, A~NOUNOEN: Naturally, the indepenSent tobacco expe~ts - like the suotlonesm you ~st heard -- k~¢w who buys what tobacco. %qIth these expePts - "with men who k~ow tobacco best" -- !tts Luekie8 S to 1 |" 8 ATH01 019037~
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,.F __-- .r ................. ORCRESGRA: "HAPPY ~AYS~f FAFFASE ~i, ANNOUNCER: Lucky Strlke presents --- ORCHESTRA: "HAppy DAYSII FANFARE ~2 ANNOUNCER: YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" --- Starring Dick Powelll ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS: "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGASN",.,,,THEME ANNOUNCER: "YOUR HOLLYWOOD PARADE" -- brought to you by the manufacturer~ of LuOk~ sSrlke Cigarettes, f~om Stage G a~ ~arner Brothers~ Studios -- one full hour of Hollywood Highlights, feeling the pulse of reality in the osp~tsl of Mske-Bslisve --- Reporting ths news, the glamour, the heart of Hollywood,..And here is your host - Dick Powelll (APPLAUSE) e f-11"NO ? 0190375
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SRCH. LIF-- .,~ POWELL : " Y" FADE FOB: LL: Good eveningJ ~hie is Dick Powell ~. i,~i~,...~. ~.. ~ ;_ - --: - -~- a ~ of nearly everything that e~ntrlbutes to making ~ the lively-- • omewhat different ~T place it is. Looking over tonight's card, it woul~ Be@In that cup Host, M~, Lugky Strike .... ¢ ..... ?d t~ _.nL; L , _.__.. _.__~, r ..... about to lid toss~ in your general direction s full order of ~¢tlnEt l~u~hs, ~,usle and ~ene~al nonsense from such people as the i~¢omp~r~ble Constance Beraqett, she of the interestlnE Bennett clan. and those friend~ of ~ours anS mine that make up tb~ Old Guard, inoludlng F. E. Boone, the famous tobacco auctloneer, Rosemary Lane, I~dley Chambers and the Lucky S~n~ers...the Lucky Seven... AI Goodman and the L~ky Btr~k8 Orchestra and, ~n spits ~f an)'thinB that can be done ~bout It, Bob Hope. That takes care of about nea~ly everyone. I think, so~l -- if you~ll pick up your maEi¢ baton. I see no reason why we shouldn't start this Parade off wlth a helpin~ of III Know That YOU OHCH. & LUCKY 7 POWELL: "I KNOW THAT YOU KNOW" (APPLAUSE) FII'XO 1 01903?5
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TOEELL: ~ ~EH~ETT, P0.~ELL: BENneTT: _~ ~ . ~( EVIS~. SCENE 5 PAGE 1 Thank you~ . L and now/~6ur old Parade -- Dick~ Itm serfy . . , but/@e-~ mind if I sort of pop out of the wall at you~ POWELL: Wellt shut my eyes -- Connie Bennett~ (APPLAUSE} Say, Connie, itls awfully nice of you comlr~ on llke this • .~b~t hadnlt you hett~r go back and wait fo~ the good old Lucky send-off? NO~ thanks :~.llm a gal that needs a bodyguard4 I had the most awful experlence as I was walking ~ Dick. Whya Conniej what happened$ Wellj Just as I was coming onstage some upstart trled to flirt with me.o°I don't know who he WaSo.°he looked like one of those poolroom loafers.°.you know, " the kind you see around a d~ugstore that ,,~ ouNht to be on the receiving end of a flltgun...B.oy|J..~ Did I let him have one ~,ight in the eyo.~.I hope it teaches him a lesson. ~ ~ POL?E~LL: ~ GOO~ for you~-~.°.there o~ght to be a whipping post for hoodlums llke that,... (ENTER BOB, 7.'ITH BL~CK EYE) HOPE: Hello, Dick..oI'm sorry I was late..°somo blonde gal started to flirt with me and I had the darndest tlme . getting loose from hcr..as I pulled away from h~r I ran my eye into a door...who's got a piece of beefsteak~ P0"~LL: Oh,~m@e~ me, Connie~ this Is Bob Hope, our comedian. CONNIE: The face is familiar --- and so is the~ ~"-• < HOPE: Yeah~ Mics Bennett (PAUSE) thanks for th~e~mor.v~ ~I"~0"I 0?90327
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(HEVISEDp 80ENE B ~AGE PO*~ELL: Bob, if I do say so, you Sure look~fun~yL F HOPE: You stay out of this, B FLAT~| "BENNETT: Yest Mr, ]Iop~, Why dontt ~ou run along and hump into another door. HOPE: Oh, I see, Kiss Bennett --- ~R go for ~rooners. ;~,L,,T. Oh, I love crooners, hut thon...~ A.~ tODQ deaf, ~OFE: There you arc, Powoll....(OFF A BIT) Well, II~c got to bo~ro~ ~nouEh mouo~ tO bu~ a b~ef~t*,ak, FEENETT: Wait a minute, Hopo L Do you mean that Powell is a CROONER? I~OPE: But the BEST -- Say thatls a back handed oomplimcnt. BEENETT: WOlI~ ~f llve ~ot to choo~o bet~leen a drug store cowboy Or% and a croon~ro..OomcJ ~j Hope. and ITLL buy you the beefsteak (FADING)...Emm...COmo ~i~h Eobert, Connie baby....Do EOU think crooners have more fun than p~oplo9 };OPE: BPECIAL ~X~YAL A t / 9~
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5%" FII'MO? 0'I 90379
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aC~H r/ PAUE 1 COMMERCIAL 2 P0~LL: ~Well, Fred Allen~s tried ~t. Charli~ Butterwo~thle tried . it. Even Eudy Valleefs little friend, "Betty LOU% has made a stab at it ,,. At What? ,,, The chant of the tobacco auetioneer~ In fact, it seems to me everybody on the air and off is imitating that chant. Now I*m going to ask Mr, F, E, Boone, the famous tobacco auotio~eBr you heard at the beginning of this p~ograr% what he think~ of all those would-be rivals, HOW about its Mr, Boone? BOONEI Do I have to answer, Mr, Pewell? P0','d~LL: (LAUGHH) Is it that bad? E00NE: (CHUCKLES) Well, the amateurs arentt so good, But ~ll of us in tobacco are getting a kick out of the" w~y Fred J Allen and Charlle Butte~worth sr, d all the re~t ~ ~CI~.~, ~Y~ imltating us, You ~ee, they Just make so~n~ but it doesnlt ~.ean anythlng, Now listen to thi~,,.(UHANT 6 or 8 SECONDS) You see the difference? POWELL: ~Ye-e-es. But, Mr. Boone, {LAL~]ES) it stilldoesnlt mean anythir~g as far as Itm concerned, BOONE: Well, even down in tobaeeoland, there are folks who eanlt understand every word I chant. P0~!~LL~ "~ A private language, oh| B00NE= Yessir~ in a se~se it is, J~lst ~he warehouse folks really ur~:~erstand the chant, The~e are lots of tobaooo farme~, yo~ see~ who eanlt follow it at all, P0~'~LIn R~a~ly? ..! Then what do you mean by "warehouse folks"? b ~T~01 01903~0
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~b~NE ~i PAGE BOONEI Whyl I mean the &u0tione~c~ Mr, Powell# ~ buyers, and the men who own and Operate the warehouses where the austions a~e held, POV~LLt And they,~e the ~eal tobaoeo expe~ts~ BOONEI Well~ they spend thei~ lives, ~udgi~ it and buying it, 8elllng it and 5radlng it~ They handle the output of th~ whole tobacco belt, yest Mr, Powell, I Teokon youtd call them experts, sure enoch. SHERWOOD: And may I add a word .., these ~ not oonneoted with any oigarette manufaoture~ are the very ones who vote so overwhelmingly fo~ Euokies, Bwo~n reoo~ds show that among tobaoco experts like Mr, Boone; Luokies have over twlee a~ many exol~sive smokers as have al~ the other olgaRettes combined. Over twloe as many. Remel~beR this /set when hext you hear the 6hant of the~t~bao00 a~cti~neeR • .. (FADE IN C~ANT) .~o and when next you buy cigarette . remembep - with men who k~ow tobacco best - itlsI~ekies to I.. b % R T~OI 0190381
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~z 0~CHEST~(L: I~NOUNCE~: ORCheSTRA: , i,~.¸ , ,, w _~ ........ SOE'~ G Ll Goodm~n and tho Lucky S~Ikc 0rcho~trn k~up ~ho Pal, ado moving ~llth a Jnodloy of tvlo gro~t GooDgo GoPshwin soD~s f~om "PoPgy And ~o~s" ~ "I Oct Plonty 01 l,lutblnI" and "Ib Aint% NOOOSSC.?iI> ~o" ,.* ~,IEDLh~: III GOT PL~/NTY Ot NUTHINJ" ~!nd "IY AINIT NECESSARILY BOII (APPLAUSE) RIN01 0190382
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C POWELL~ ORCHESTRA: r~ (INTRODUCTION TO BOEN~ (9) hank~A1 o a ~'~ T ~ A1 d odm n.~ You and the boys sort of ganged up en those ditties .--- and nicely too. And now for our dramatle department. We of the Parade feel fortunat,~ indeed in having with us tonight an a0tr68s who ~o~.~._ o'~- ~ ........ ~c~Jn~ Hollywood18 most sprightly comedienne. In formally presenting Miss Constance Bennett, who come8 to us tPmough the good graces of ~t~. H~I Roach, we 4~ br~.ng you not only a consummate a~tlstp b~% a Nrand perBon a8 w611, Tonight Miss Bennett ~ppears for us in "Where There's A written Will .... " a little eomedypspecially for the air by Charles Tazwell, The slice o£ ham Opposite her will b~ myself, AI ---Agive u~ o~e of your deluxe openers, ~l'~aa~'~~" N~JSICAL OURTA IN RTHO1 0190383
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i¸ SOE~ @ - Page i (~ND REVlSIO~) w" OROHEST~A l ~SICAL CURTA]~I, ~,, FADE FOR,: ANNOUNCER: The scene is the ~e~eptlon ~oom of OfBrienj ~{aeAlisters ~nshll~g and Skopapottlasj Atto~n@ys at Law, New Yo~k Olty. It is oa~ly~ and Ba1,ha~aj a strikln~ young womana ya~s as sheB~fle~ through the pages of the J~no, 19~4 i~su@ of "The Beekeepers Jo~nalo" Jeff~@yI a ~oD/%g man in a tan ov@~ooat, .sits twi~itng his hst a~d whi~tling t~nelessly ... O.~ 9i~2,STRA : ~JS IC OUT J£1~F: (~JHISTLES ... TEIE8 FOR A HIdE NCTE 'f}IAT I$ FA~TICITLARLY SOUR) _E~DS: Darllng, would you oall yo~ shots on those hlgh notes? Yo~:~'e ~IvinE me a headaoho. ,k BAB$: (YAWNS) T~ha% tim@ is it? JEFF: ~t~s oxaotly ten o~@look. BA[~S: It was exaotly ten olol~ok when you pottudod on ~y deed and I wondo~ if ray Wa~oh has 8topp@d? Possibly --- I Si*~p~y ado~e be~nS d~agg~ed f~om lu~ Eod %?hen the dav~n @o~los up l~k~ th~ndo~ in the Chinese laundry ao~oss the w~y. ~TMO~ 019038~
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.¢ JEFF BABS : JEPF~ B.%DS: BABY: JEFF: B~BS: JEFF: BABS: BUT -- will ,~ou kindly te~l me the exact time we have the appointment with thls -- this legal League, of Nations -- the Misters o'Briene NaGAllste~ Ginsbur~ a~d 8kopapoulas? At exactly ten o.clock, my Sweet. (SWEETLY) If you say "exactly ten otelock ~ag~In I shall crown you with the Statu~es of the State of New York~ vol~nnes 1920 to IS6, Incl~eivej darl~ng, ' "b~e of the greatest days ~n our lives -and you beef about lo~ing a little sleep I Today we ~o from toiling poverty to filthy ~Iches. Idl_~e rlches. As one of the bourgeoise you can be as filthy as you llke -- but~ as the sole heir of the late~ dear Nister No,timer, I shall spend h~s lolling at ease in ~cented ~uds, What do ~0~ mean -- "sole heir?" It was Y~r. Mortlmer~e l~st wlsh ~hat I inherit the Mortimer Publishing House~ ~4~@ Who told you that, ~abs? Mr. Mortimer, himself, JEFF: BABY: JEFF: ~Jhe told m~e the same thlngl He said he w~s leaving the business to m el YO~ ~isunderstood hiln, J~ff. You mean you DIDI l'm afraid this will be a big disappointment to yo~, DaPling~ ~rHol 0190385
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, {~ND REVISED) 9-3 DABS: TO ~, Sweethea~ti But Eou111 find me a very kind employer. ,j My first act as the bi~ boss will be to fire Ieky, Mr. Mortimerts tdga of a secretary, JEFF: Oh~ I couldnJt]delegate that Job to a mer_~e ~ like you~ darling -- even if I ~o love ycu, As chief, I shall give Er~ Iekenbopg the 6ateJ BABE: (LAUGHS) Y._O~U the shiefl I shall say, "lakE--Mr. Iokenborg, you may have served Mr. Mortimer lon~ and well - But -- ~'-~-~ - you remind me of a regretted moment from a decadent past. You're a long-nosed snooperoo, a snake in the alfalfa, -- aud+~furthermore, I donrt lik~ you personally, Yo~ire fired J" How's that? JEFF: Terl, iblel .... Itls luEky Mortime~ ~ade me his heir -- because I can reall> tell Mr. Ickenborg offl BABE: As sole heir I reserve the right to fire Icky~ JEFF: II__MM the sole heir; Mr. Mortimer wouldnlt~lie to meJ BABE: He wouldn't l~e to ~le, eitherl J~F= Iris a cinch -- he lied to o_nee of u~l b BABE: Of course! Are you going to lrdnd . • . JEFF: I wouldn't work for a_~ woman -- even thouEh Y loved her as much as I do you darling, gowever the question is -- how are o~ ~oins to like working for me? BABE: I wouldnlt conside~ itl -- If you're the legatee, Jeffrey Go,,dan, I walk out fo~everl • JEFE: BABE: JEFF: BABE: JEFF: P If ~ are -- I'll do the same thinE I All right - you can start walking now~ Thst suits m~I ~wouldnlt walk for ~ou - I ~ean work for you if you had the ~ Job left.~ ~" - - llv~ had enouEh argument~ with you to last me a lifetlmeJ RTH01 0190386
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6J BABE: JEFF: DABS: JFYF: BABE: JFFF: (eND RE'~EED) 9-4 (IN CONCF~N) d#ffl (IN CONCERN) Babs~ (ALMOST IN TEARS) But -- but I mean it --I (SOBERLY) Well.,.well so do I -- What are we going to do about it? ~f 4u D~rned if I know - ~n)e~s - BabsJ~ Ive ~ot an idea that will solve the whole messl I know. Youmre going to be noble and consult suiolde, Look -- four hundred ~nd seven tim~s live asked you to marPy ~e, You couldn't support you,'self In the style to which yon're accustomed with me h~nglng on your pay check, // JEFF: Exactly -- but now that IIm Mortlmerls legatee - I BabE// verM for the four hundred ~nd ei~_hth tlmo -- and, e~ ,e/speolal concession, on my bonded kne~. Will yeomanry me? BABS: Ye~, Jeff, JE~'E: You sEid that too qu~gk ~d you look too happyl WhEtlB th~ catch? BABS: 5~ No catch, darling. -- But youlve made your proposal so now I'll make mine. Suppose we find out that ~ inherit the business -- will you do me the honor of becoming my husband? JEFF: I most certainl~ will notl BARS: Thatfs not very spo~ting. After all, ~ was willinR to take a chance. JhYF: That's different// BABE: I donlt see ~ Now, look, Jeff - we both love each ether l,et'~ leave It to fate. I/- P ~l'~O l 019038?
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GJ r (NND REVISION) 9-5 JFFF: ~ABS: JEFFI PABS: SOUND: 3YFF: [ABNI JEFF : t~USIC: ~FF : JKVF: SOUND: PABSs JEFF: Why bring a third party fnto thts$ Gird mo a oo~n,¸ ~ .t ~.- ~~ Herols my lucky quartos. EeadB ~o gO to City Mall and ~¢t married before wo hoar the will. --- ~nd tails; w walt to hea~ tho ~i11L Hero goo~ -- ; (COIN FALL8 & TINKLE8 ON FLOOR) What ls lt~ Eoads | To/Ci~y HalIL I wonder where I can borrow two dollars~ WEDDING MARCH .. UP FOE A ~Or~NT . , THEE DIMS OUT, Anyrcgrots, Babs? i Not,ons, HOly about ~OU~ E~ppy as a guppy. Well, ~rs. doffrey Gordon, lotls ~o in ond hoar that will . '. (DOOR OPENS) (IN SURPRISE) V~ny.,,,~vhy; XckyL Roilo!~ Iokonbo~E ~ What byings you to those ~ gal ch~*nbors? ~F ,~THO 1 0190388
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(OND REVISED) 9-6 ICNY~ Why -- I juBt heard~' ~.. Mortimerls will read Jeffrey! BABO: Is it over and dsne with, Zcky? ICKY: Yes, Berbara -- bu~ yo~J and Jeffrey are two very fortunate peoplel JEFF: Heally$ ICEY: Mr. Mortimer has divided h~s estate e_~11y b6twe~n youl Jh~?~: Then we~Tre o~-legatees: 6&BY: ~ I knew everything would work out all ~iEht, Jeff~ Wemre co-bo~sesl BOTH: Icky -- you,re fired| JEFF: But before you go~'~Z w~nt you to ~eet my wlfel BAB~: ~ J~st ~ot ~i~dt l~kyl ICEY: Married? Tsch-tsch~teoh| That:~ really too bDd| JL~F~ Too bad$ ICe,V: ~ There's a qu~lifyl~ clause in ~ir. !.~ortimeb's will. ~ BOTH: BABS~ JEFF: ICILY: BABS: BABY: The olmnse state~ the estate is to be divided between you onl~f --~ndOd_~r~ -- you are ~r~married, ~HAT? But werve only been married e few m~nutes~ Thst oust ountl Wait a minutel If we a~e m~rrie~vlho ~ets the estst~,, I do, Jeffrey, It!s robberyA And~2 the cause of it, Jeffrey Gordonl 0 ~ou mean ~ a~e| ~tdn~t y0u force m~ to ma~r~ ~ou? I force youl - TO marry m@? ~d~'t~ you thi~k up that coin t~Ick?
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JEFF: (~ED RL-. ISED) I think it up? YOU thb~ght it up~ ICKY: Children -- please --] BABS: Itm gettlng a divoroel JEFF: You mean li~ gettin~ oriel ICKY: ChildrenX -- CHILDRENI !EFF: Itll send my lawyer~ 2AES: Ee~ll find me in Henol [CKYz Children in the event you ar_._ee marrled, the estate goes to me to hold in trust --I IJKY: In trust for fi~e e~2~a~.sl JEFF: Five years~ ICKr: If, in my opinion -- BAB5: ~ You____~r opinionl ICKY: At the ~nd of that trial period, ycu are,,and have been, ;~ Jmppily married, I turn--the estBte t~youl JEFF: Isnlt that Just duckyl BABS: Fivs years with thi~8 - for company:? ICKY: Ah -- how llm going to love watching you young people thru five years of perfect blissl Kiss her, Jeffrey. Itts capital punish~entl I want to be sure you're happy right at the start: Worm~ JEFF: ICKX: BA~S: ICK¥: JEFF : ICKY: SOUND: There, now -- Kiss Jeffrey, Barbara! Ouchl Fine! We ought to have a celebrationl (~ADING) ID00R CLOSEg~ @-7 I~ll get ~ taxi -- ~ ]-HO ? 0190390
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BAgS : JEFF : ~AES : ,~FF: CABS : J~ ~,'5¸ : dE~'r : DADS : J~PF : ,~ABq : (gRD REVI! ON) 9-8 Five yea~s~ It's monstro~sJ Five long years of p~etending I love you. I hatet despise, loathe and detest youl (ONIROUS) Yeah? If you over bite me again, llke you did just now, when I kissed you -- ! (A~IGRY) Oh, ~? And Just what will you do? (ANGRY) I'll show you what Iill do! leky or no Ieky -- Estate or n~o estatel (FURIOUS) You canrt tell me what to do! Go ahead -- I dar~o you to kiss me~ 1111 show you, you eanrt scare ~ Come be~ol (QUICKLY) If you dare touch me .. ] Come he~el I'll call !:m. ~okenbo~g~ Icky~ -- I-C-K-Y-Y-Y-I I'm not going to klss you~ I Just want my lucky qu~rte~ bask! (DISAPPO[[,ITED) OHHI ,°. Well - if ~ think I thought L I JEFF : BAB$ : J]-]FF : BAgs : JEFF : DABS : gABS : Hand it ove~! Wait a minute! This guarterls got i~ADS on B~H sldesJ Sure ... did you think after go~Id refused ~ 407 tlmesn Ild take a chance on the 40gth? Why, you dirty, double orosecrl Do~,t you call me a double crosser, Double crosser ... double crosse~ o.. double orosso~. (CONTINUI~ ON AS JEFF sMoTI~RS }~R) Donlt try to kiss mel ...Double crosser, do~blo e~ossor... (KISSES HER) Double omossor...(~ANEE)...double orossero..(BIO S~GH) Ohhh~ You ~, darling, double O~OSSO~. D RTH01 0190391
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POWELL B]~NNETT : POWELL : B]]~!NETT : BENN~fT : . ~ELI . BENNETT : PO ::'£LL : BENNETT (2ND REVISION) SCENE Ig Thank you-~ ,;; You Bennetts have a way of always coming thPough in b~a~tlf~l f~shio~, You weren't so bad in there yourself,Dlok .., 3 liked the sklt¢ go~t Of,wacky - you know? Waoky's the word - and come to think of it, wetve had a lot of th~s sort of ht~or lately~ both on the Padlo a~d in plctu~es, or hadn't you notloe~? I, Dlok? Yes you, Connie. Wasn't there Just a touch of wackiness in you~ last pictu~% IrMerrily Ue Live"? I moa:l all that shouting and tearing of halt in the breakfast s~enes. Remember ? Shall ~ over forgetl Ue shot those b~eakfast sequences ;~, ~ of tlmes, V~rhloh must have meant pa-lenty of shouting for Conn~oJ You'~e ~,Ight, Dick - ~%d whlle ""~r~ ~h that subject, don't forget to pa~s along the compliment ~ tol~l ~ou about Luckies o You mean being easy on your t~moat - even under that st~aln? ..~. ~bsuppcse] you pass out your o'a~ complil~lonts All right~ FO~ five years no':~ ~'vo thought thor Luckies a~e not only a grand tastlng cigarette, but - well - the best way I o~n put it is - they've been a ~oal friend to my throat. P' ~i ~*.!* : " Thank~ ~ fo~ ln¢l wo~ds ennot t .I Lucky 7fO~_~____) Connie Bonnet , Mr. st~,Ike and I appreelato thorn. And thanks for dmopplng ~round to tonlght~s show -Yourre one of the gale ~hors Thanks, Dick . you and yotu~gan~were pe~foeti'y swell to l~c- and it ~oally was a lot of f~n. good hlght~ (APPLAUSE) ~TMO~ 0190392
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S}L~hWOOD : OkC~STEA: S}TZ~U00D: (I~EVISED) SCENE ii & IS Tho Lucky 8trlk0 Program will contlr~uo in Just a momont --~ "DUCKY DAY" •..STATION BhEAK o,,, Back to Your Hollywood Parades sta~rlng Dick Powoll, with Roso~ry Lane~ the Lucky S~ngoras the Lucky Sovonp A1 Goodman and the Lucky Strlko Srchostra,~.Bob Rope,,, F, E. Boon% tho famous tobacco auotlonecr~ and our guest of tho ovoning~ ~!iss Constance Bennett, Al Ooodman and the Lucky Strike Orchestra koop tho Snrado moving with a hit song with dancers ovorywhoro,,,,' Numbor 2 on "Your Hit Pa~ado",,,!*I Dcub~o Daro You'l.,. nLC!~STRA 6: LUCKY SEV£~:: "Z D0tV.'L~ DAk~ YOUI~ %- 81"~0"| O190393
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POWELL: PO,,~LL: BET iE: MOTHER: BSTTE: NOTHEB : DISTANCEUITH A THIN LI~ OFACCOMPLI~HII~}~ DESIRED -- S~EMS TO BE ~LT AS WE HEAd IT EVE~ SO SO~LY B~Th~N ~HL ]~OI~NTARY PAUSES IN TH~ DInLOGUE: I ~lOW~ ~other ,., NaTb~ I do soUnd ~r~¢aso~ble~ b~ ,~° but hhcrols gomothlng .. somo~hlng rtakos me fcel the way I do about it. B~t an aot~osss~ dear~ Itls so far away from ~..fro~ what -~ (J~PING IN) SO far away from the things you had planned fo~ me? I ~n%ow ~hat too ••~ B~S, look out ~o window ,,• s~o those hills ... Mothers cherolrc thln~s boyond thcse hills I ~a~t to know -- ~oopl6 I ~ant to l~6~t, What strange words from a childl ,.. 4~Y darlln~, you donlt have to be an actress to t~avol ,,. to ~@~oS psoplo, FI l'~(O'/ 019039~$
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~J ±E BETTE~ MOTHER: ORCHESTRA~ BETTE: MOTHER: BETTE: ZG1}iR: B~TTE; PEODUCEH: BETTE: PRODUCER: r great actress can be a queen o~ a coal mlnerls wife .°~ she can brlng happlnegs to people . .. or make them cry ... Oh, Mother, give me the chance someday to be llke that| Well, dear ... wetll have to Bee ... va6~ ~..& ~&& ~ .... .. ~ dau@hter wanting to be an actress. However, first there is school ... SI'~LL$ SIX BANg THEN OUT ,,o Well, mother? Ilve done IW# part. Ilve flni~hed school. And youlve zlade me very haPNY° B~t, da~li~g, s~el~ by this time ~outve lo~t those sllly day dre~ns °~ Oh, no ... NO1 ,., Now, mo2e ~h~n ever, I want to be a pa~t of those people out the~e ... that must be my life, ~m,~4~. And you bel~evc, in your heart of hear~ ~his is whai >cu really want? You haven't ~Iven it a test, you know. No, I b~ven.t ~ ... But llm going to o.. ~ ~ " ~ a-i ~^~2 ~| Itls -. itls part of me| All right dear .. ~ ... itls ~otu, happiness .,. You oan oo~knt on ~e to ~o ~he ":fnole way with you .. always° S?~ELL AND OUT young lady, you've come to N~w Yo~k to try to do what thousands before you have tried ~d failed . .. but ... Itl~ going to give you a chance~ Thatls all I want-. Just a chancel Youlre not particularly attractive ... still a little gangling ... five years tou yo~a~ for bh8 par~ o .. but I llke the cut of your Jib, your~ lady. You've 6or one thing ~ou~ll need -. courage. Have you studied dr~m%atios? FI 1-~I01 0190395
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! BETTE~ <J PRODUCE}~: ORCHZSTRA: BETTR: DIdECTOR% BETTY: OECHE~T~A PRODUCRE: OaUH~STi~: BETTY: ORCHRSTP~: ~N: ~OTHEE: ~OHESTFt%~ [ (Re~.sea) Oh. yes. I have ~ scholarship with the John Mur~a~ Andel~s on School. }~, thatfs Somethlr~',,, %Veil, we shall 8con See| SLIGHTLY HOPE~,~UL. T~}~', ~. B RIEFFF FOR TI~NSITION TO E0~%0 EFfeCT. (F~OJ~OT) (A LITTL2 STILTED) ...But. Aunty. the~e is so~i*uch wickedness in the ~'Iorld al~ead7. Why~ Majo~ ~radle .-- (OFF ... GRLLS~ Hold ~t. yo~n~ l~dy% .~ (SI~KS~ ... Irm af~ald you nsed a lot ~ore lesson8 ~n ~eadln~ llnos... t~y it agaln~ please ... ~ f ~ ..... don~t choke you~ b~eath off SS if ~'OU Irene soa~ed tO death. "But A%tnty. the~e is so inush %'llcked~ess i~ th~ wo~id already ... Why Major ~adley told me only this mornilk% ~hat the polloc were ... U~EE MONTAGE : 'fhc show closes Ear.day ... UP AND FADE EOR ... It ls Only th~os lines in the first act ... b~t itI S ~. oha~Ice . • . UF ~ND FADE FOR: ~ol~'y~ b~t itls nil Ive~ve ~ot -- a irald~s pe.~t ... U? AND FADE EOR~ But I toll you I will have the~n~ by ths end Of the ~re~k~ U9 AND D~.DE FOE: The play ~s been postponed ... UP AND FADE FOUR: Donlt Forget the people beyond the hillsl ~P A~D FADE FOR: ..... & ....... ? .................... 15-3 F~ ~';~01 0190396
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Eehearsal sial, re a week f~om Monday| ORCHESTRA : UP AND FADE I want to meet those people| ORCHHE~RA L UF AND FADE FOR : ~LiN: The play looke llke a hlt~ ORCHESTRA: UP AND FADE F~: BETTE: I want to meet those people| ORCHESTRA: UP AND FADE F~ ~AN: #i They like youm soreen test| ORCHESTRA: UP AND FADE FOR: ~4N #2: Here,s your t~cket to HollyWood| ORCHESTRA: UP AND FADE F~R: (Revised) 13-~ BETTE: S0~D: OECF~STRA: E~IE 7uhW: }I Cf.gH~?, : BETTE : V~kE: DETTE : HOTSV£~: BETTE : ~IAN : E~TTE: ORCHESTRA: lWm 6olng to meet those peoplel TRAIN EFfeCT TRAIN EFFECT I Wo~tt forget ,.. Beyond the hills o,, The people you wan~ed to ~leet,,, IIm ~oin~ to know ... Ilm going to klqow . .° The people beyond the hill~ °,, Beyond the hills °.. Beyond the hills .., Beyond the hills ,,, Hollywood °., Hollywood °.. Kollywood oo° Hollywood .°~ TO CLIMATIC PEAK .~ DO~ UNDE~ Beyond th~ hills| I~THO~I 0~90392
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L . (Revised) lg-S %~%us a sllm, sonsablve girl ... f~'o~ a quiet New ~mt~land valley .,. came from beyond those hills to the~e hills of Hollywcod .oo Hopeful, enthuslastl6 ,°, but those hopes ebbed as the year went on to be filled with the discourageluents of small pa~ts °.. and to end with e~u't dlsl:~ssal ,,. Packed and ~endy to leave for the trai~l ~hlch ~ould take he~ b&ck over those hills ,,, ~, pho;~$ call s~mloned her to Warner ~O~o lot' he~ ~eal chance in a picture opposite George A~llss .,. Pietu?e after picbtu, e,~. bettor and better,,., the boy she had loved as a child o~/ue ~osb and they were married ,,, And. then, one ~.~bernoon In~ ~~... another phom, call .. an invitation to the Biltmore Hotel for a biG diluter. Puzzled, c~ious, she ':lent o,, The room spa~kled '~th Holl~:;oodIs onti~.o fi~r~%:~enb ,, A speaker ~.'ose to his fcet~ **° ( ~[~CHAIiIOAL FA~) (ECHO EF[~'ECT) o.. And so, for he~' brilliant ~iork in the treat V!arner B~others~ pietur~, ~~ ~ ,., the ~ne~nb~rs of the Academy o~ fiction Piotumc A~ts and Sciences ~kc their ann~&l award for the finest acting on ~hc Dart of ~l ~ioi~in to -- ]~s torte I)a%,'~S| BUSINESS : ki°IflUSIASTIO eH~RS AND APPLAUSZ, O[tOf~tT2~% & CIIOld: BEGIN CAT?~D~AL EFiECT: POJELL: Because Bette Davis believed that in o~der to b6 ~ Croat actress she rcust m~ke si~Loliclty and sincerety the; !~io of he~ lif~ ,.. and because those 't~o knoll her - still consider her ,., the little gl~--1 next door who z~%de iced ..° (MO~E) FIT~O 1 01.90398
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' " , £- ~846 (2ND IIEV/SION ) (CU~NOn'ED) b~oaus0 8ho held str0nk, ly ~o ~.n ideal ,, ~nd 8o livod hcr llf0 , ,, that this Ido~\~ i li~h~ be c.n inspiration ~o thos~ wilo x~lll ~" follow her ,,, w0 say ,,, tha!t ~O%~+S is a ~o~It StO~y, Botte Davis ,,, }~t boat O~ all ,,, it ~IaS ~ Si,cat fight ,,, All HOll~OO~ is ~].~d you )~dc it °,, ~nd won| WoIll bo ~00klng f0~wa~d %0 you~ now plct~c J' $0 zob01;' ) OH3~Ck%TI~: SWELL 'i ~ .'I ISH (APPL~USZ) ~'ho rclc of ~etto ~avis was playod by Mis~ P8+AIa f~uslcw. 8T~O1 0190399
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L , a~ STAND-IN ~ ~T 8TA~[D-].,i. SHER~,~00D: GTA~]D-IN : STAHD~I~I : SOENE l~ 00~EROIAL 4 ~, may I introd~oe a ~o~ng lady everyone sh UA e ' Connie Bennettls "stand-ln" at the studio, Gl~d to meet you, $~Is~.*.~.~ She was ng to me about what Shnnle Bennett said a fe~'I minutes ago, @~ and I thought everyone might bB (LAUGHS) Well, Oonniels left the mike now, Bias.. ....... , SO speak yokLT ~IrAd, : (LAUGHS) All I said NP, ~, was that the~els one thing a etand-in.ean~t do fo~ a .staP... and thatI~ to stand in fOP th~ voloe* New dcnlt Bo l~/n~ing down youP p~ofess~on that way. But it's true, l~ve seen Miss ge.~mett spend I~ to 14 ~kou~ some days belGie the sound cameras, She really didn,t tell Nou the half of it - about the strain hop volee and thm6at (EAGERLY) SO,. Miss.. ~., ~.~ , ...... I simply said that though my voloe and th~oat never get that kind of workout ~m~, X smoke luckies Just the s~eo Yes? Because? (LAUGHS) Well, this ~s Just the way I told it to him~ Mr. PO~BII. I said that it seemed tc me that if Luekies are easy on bliss Bennett's throat then they oerbainly should be easy on my th~oat~ too~ A 1 ,',~0 'I 01904-00
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'/ Thanks MiBB ~,,,s ~hat~B ~xao%~ ~h~% ~'eB bBen wanbinB t to tell smoker~ eve~wchere. Only I th~k ~i~s,~%~.° . Lilokles ~r.~o ~BY - totted ~o bB 8&~y - OI~ ~ BI~OkeDIS throat ~II~ the ~eaBo~ ~B this* The .SX~B~VB ~008S5 "~tlS Tcasted" r81r]OVBB oBrtai~ th~oat-i~It~t~ ~a~tt~ally BpOso~t ib ~iI tob~ooo, ~ these irri~anb~i% o~t 8o~tro~lec~ ~lO~8t~B ~B ~ddBd to b~Ing fobbh the ~a~ IdBllownoBB O~ th8 tob~¢oo ThB bBt ~8B~llt IB a li~It B~oke, easy on 0OnRiB Ben~BttI~ throat, easy on he~ Ilsta~.iI~IB~ ~h~oat ~nd eB~y oI~ #~By BIdO~IB ~h~o~ V~F not let ~ throat prove this. Buy a paokage of Luoky Strike Ci~BttBB tonight, e ~TH01 0190£01
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t O~,'~LL: & P O".ELL: (~D FI"ISION) SCENE~ Fo? those of us wi%h ~ ~ou~h of s6ntlmentj AI Goodman has ~ade a brand now ~'range~ent of ~ ~ra~d old favo~itep "Sall Along Sllvry ~oo~," Dudley OhambsF8 s~d his singers w~ll sall along with us ..... ~r, Goodman, suh --if you ploase? "SAIL ALONG SIL~Y MOOHI' (AFpLAUSE) ATHOI 0~904~02
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~f DICK: BOB: LICK: bOB: DICK: I!OB: DICK: IOF: IlCK: >ON: DICE: POP: DICK: BOB: DICE: BOBs SCENE ~## PAGE 1 ONCE 510RE, LADIES AND GENTLEEN, ~:~ PRESENT Th~ FUN SIDE OF OUR PROGRAM...OR A REASONABLE FACRINII~• • •THE %~4EITE DOPE OF COMEDY...STAR DE RADIO, STAGE A}[D SCREEN0, BOB HOPE... THANK YOU, DICK....I WAS SAYING SOME NICE THINGS ABOUT YOU TODAY.. ,I WAS TELLING A FELLOW ABOUT YOUR BIG HOUSE• ..YOUR FOUR CARS, AND YOUR RANCE~ AND ALL THE STOCKS AND BONDS AND NONEY YOUrVE PUT AWAY..•. WAIT, BOB# WHO WAS THIS FELLOW? OH, ROME FELLOW FROM THE IROOt~iE TAX DEPARTMENT...NICE KID.. • SORT OF AN EIGHT BALL ?iITE LEGS....HAIL FELLOW STOUT C}fi~T... THANK YOU, BOB...IF I CAN EVER DO ANYTHING FOE YOU DONIT FORGET TO ROEGET IT. DICK, I WANT TO ?ELL YOU THAT YOU LOOKED WONDERFUL AT THE POLO ~TCH~:S SUNDAY. • • TEA}~S, BOB, DID YOU LIK~ THAT SUIT I WAS %~ARING~ XES, YES, WHAT KIND OF A SUIT WAS THAT? ~ THAT WAS A LITTLE MESHING-BORE NU,%~EE... HME,..}[EERING EO~E? T}~ HERRING ~,~ST HAVE BEEN A LITTLE ROUND-SHOULDERED. •.. T|L~T COAT YOU ERE %VEAEING I/AS DICE .... DIE YOU THIHK $O? Y~S BUT THE, COAT WAS A LITTLE LO[[G... WASNIT ~T? Y~-AH...THE TAILOR }b%DNtT EINISMEB THE PANTS... OH, THAT WAS ITL •.. I THOUGHT YOb~ '~EE i'~ARINO YOUR SOCKS A LITTLE NIGH•.. THAT WAS DICK POWELL, LADIES AND GEIITLEHEE.. ,..HEIS QUITE A DRESSER...HE HAD A COAT ON SUNTAY AT TME pOLO NATCNES TK~T FIT HIM LIKE A GLOVE...,T}~ SLEEVES CAME DO?~ ONEE HIS HANDS. ..... -~ R'~HO 1 0190403
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, i lOB: BUT THE CLOTHES SITUATION IS A VERY SIMPLE ONE AS EAR AS I ( C ONT • ) ~ A~& CO~CF/~,HE~;,,,ITM OIVINS AWAY ALL ON MYOLD SUITS TOMORROW,..ARH YOU LISTEEINO, HOYB? ALL ~Y OLD ~NITB, AL O00D~B: WHkT AEE YOU GONIIA DO? 00 NAKED? bOb: T}L&T~S AL GOODMAN FOLKS, }~S SORT OF A Ch"JBBY PHIL HARRIS, LOOK A~ HIM STANDING THERE WAVING HIS BATON OVER HIS 48 FIDDHEB,,.,EVERY WEEK ~E ADDS T~N MOEW FIDDNES,,,I THINK HErS ~KING A PLAY FOR GABB0, WHAT A ROMANCE THAT IS,... GABBO, STOKOWBKI AND A SYMPHONY....A HNI~ED MEN AND A GIRL. T}~YrRE OVER IN EUROPE NO?; TRYING TO HIDE,,. ,THATIB CUTE... ~RYING TO HIDE WITH A HUNDRED PIEC~ ORCHESTRA,..BILLY.... JUST LIKE ME TRYING TO HIDE WRO~ DEITRICH,,,,CAM YOU I~AGINE GRETA TURNING A~OUND TO ~OPOLD AND BAYING,., "I YANT TO BE ALONE, LEOPOLD°, .REDID HOME YOUR SYHPIIONY." A?~D STDBf~T'ORRE ARUBI~D TO TNE EA:~D AHD EAYE~ ~ALL EIGHT, BOYS, TAKE FIVE.11 ,,,.,,BUT T}L~TIS THE IiODERM %L.Y TO $!~ R01~ABCE,. ,k GIN~L WITH A SYMPHONY O~C~EETEA ...... ,T.~,T Y~LL~~ l~,,,I DID ALRIGHT IN GRAM~%H SCHOOL WITH A UHBDELE,,,,, BUT AL WAS OUT TO THE POLO ?~TCHZS SUNDAY AND }{E WAS "//E2.RINS ONE OF THOSE ACOOBDIAN NLEATED SHIRTS,,. ~EVKKY TI[~, }rE TOOK A DEEP BREATH HE PLAYED THE ~DIESY DOBD~",, ,* HE N2.D TO SKBD THE SHIRT DOWN TO JOIN T}~ UNIOE,,,BUT THEY BENT IT EACK...UAID HE }L%D TO ?~AR IT FOR SIX MONTHS..*. BUT EVBRYEODY PLIYS POLO OBT }ERE T}~T CAN AFFORD AE OUTBOARD MOTOR FOR HIS HORSE,,.I iEMT TO THE GAWZ SUNDAY,.. I TOO[< !,~ GIRL AND I GOT SO EXCITED I PAID MY O'H WAY SH..., :,~ GIRL TORE HER D~ BSS GETTING OVSE T;~ FENCE,., ,I TOLD *%~ GIRl. TO HURRy OR ?/RID MISS THE FINS~ CHUKKER,,,S}~ SAID SHE DIDNIT CARE~ SHE WAS FED UP WITH TIIOSE ADAGIO DA~!CDNS AR~/~IAY..,,,.., B}~OKH~E,,,~}~E Th~ K~ND OP A Y~ID YOU'D USE FOB A BLUEPRINT IF YOU ~{KEE BUILDING AN IDIOT..,,,
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t, BOB: (COHT,) YOU KNOWj DICK POWELD AND ~ USED TO PLAY POLO AT DEfJ~ OLD LEIDERERAHZ COLLEOE~¶. ~WE BOTH MADE OUR COLLEGE LETTERS•... I GOT A BLUE L~LII BUT DICK DID I~CH BETTER•.•B~ GOT A BLONDE "L"..•..BLOKDE "L"...ISNIT THAT CUTE?.•.. MY KID BEOT~.R ~DE UP T]L~T JOEE....~ST FOR T]~T WE LET HIM OUT OF THE SOUSE TOMORROW WITHOUT A STRAIGHT JACYd~T.,.. BUT T}~Y ASKED ~ TO PLAY A FEW OHUKKEFG OF NOLO SDEDAY,•.• ITIS REALLY NOTHING•.,•IT~S JUST T}~E BIG APPLE ON A HORSE,~• I NL%YED SO UELLt FOUR ROHSFS ASKED ME FOR MY AUTOGRAPH ..... WHEN I WAN FINALLY DRESSED AND FEADY TO PLAYs I GRABBED )~/ i~ALLET A~D DASHED DOW~ TO T}~ ETABIZo.,BOU~[DED IFTO TI~ SADDLE AND WAS ALL SET•,, • ,CAPTAIN SAID~ "HOW DO YOU FEEL?" I SAIDt "lie HAEING TO GO." ME BAID, IITiL~TIS FI~FEj ROW LETrS PUT THAT SADDLE OH A HORSE," T}[S HORSE I DID G~T WAS A LIYTLE TOUGH TO R~DE....I ~4D HI,fi BBEAKIIIG IN A N~V PAIR OF SHOES FOR ME..,AT~ WHILE I WAS FI~%YING I HAD TO~ RIDE HIM BACKWARDS•* ,,IT MAKES EIM NERVOUS TO I~VE AI~YO~ LOOKING OUFE HIS SHOULDER,, ° ° oA},~D Y~IT A SWAYBSGKED ROESE.., EME MX~ lie S~Z( ~X ~ HE~XRX~ HT ME~ ~ ~E ME~S~LE ~X ~NMX~X~ E~M EMEHEEX~XM MY EEET ?~ERE ~AOO!RG ON T}~ GROUND ..... THE HORSE WAS SO SWAY~2.CKED I }£~D TO USE A POOL CUE FOE A F~%LLDT... ,IT WAS A TYPICAL HOLLk':{OOD HORSE. *. •EVERY FEW MINUTES SHE HAD TO RUN OVER TO T}[S MIFRCE TO SEE IF ~E SADDLE WAS ON STFAIGHT• o...Y~LL~ THE GA~U~ STARTED AND T}~E 0T}~R TEAM SCORED FIRST, °. ,WE CA~4E HIG}]T BACK AND TKEY SCORED AOAIN,.,,WRAT A PLEdgER I V;ASo°*I SV~PT U~ T~[~,FIBLDe AND I SV~NT DO~;N T}[E FIELD,, .AND I S~NT FP T}~E GRANDSTAND.., W~L~T A WOEKOUT~.,AFTEE I GOT OFF THAT HORSE I FELT LIE~ T}L~T NEW RADIO,.*,NO SQULT•,.NO STOOP•,,AND NO SQUINT,.,, AND NO JOKE.!.,. F~T~01 01904-05
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rJ (CONT.) SEEM. I~ PAGE 4 T}FE SEAT OF MY POL0 PANTS ~RE SO BHIN~/, IF I E~/ER TEAM TKE~ ItL5 }Lk~E SEVKE TEALS BAD LUCK.,.,EDGA~ DERGEE ~AE T}~E ONLY MEMBER OF OUR TEAM WHOSE I,IALI~T COULD EWI~AR W}F~N IT MISSED TEE BALL.....}4Y ~ROTI~R PL~.YED*..EEIS E0 BOWLEGGED TIL%T WERE }~ GOT ON T}~E EORBE, EE PUT BOTH FEET IN TIlE WRONG 8TIRRUPS....Th~E LONGER YOU THINK OF T}DtT TEE FUNNIER IT GETE....TO0 BAD llVE GOT TO GO ON WITH ANOTEER JOKE.*....BUT I LOVE NORSES...BUT I GUESS ~ERYBODY DOES., ,BECAUSE T~Y MLD OEE OF THE BIGGEST DAYS IN TIrE ENTIRE NISTORY OF EACII~G AT SANTA ANITA ON SATURDAY....TI[E~" BET O~}( FOUR }~UNDEED THOUSAI[D DOLLARS ON ONE RACE....AND TEERE WAS TWO DOLL;.RE OF MINE IN TRERE, TOO....I UNDERSTAND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT JUST EEARD ~IOW NUCS ~ONEY THEY ~'~DE~ OUT TIthE AT SAI!TA ANITA THIS YEAR SO }~lS GOING TO T~IOW OUT CORGi.MEN AE/) PUT IN HOI,~E. BET BEFO?~ ~ PI~IS~I TOEI~ I WA,~IT TO ~T MY FEIBWY>~ IE TIIE EAST KNOW THAT EVERYTHING XS ALEIGIIT OUT }~EE hIGHT NOW AS FAR AS T~IE FLOOD IS CONCEEIfED.. oIN FAC~, I HAVE A LETTEI~ FROII T~E PRESIDENT OF T~ i0S ANGELES CIS~I~ER OF CO~,~ERCE... I~ LL READ IT TO YOU.....I~ SAYSt~THE '?~AT)[F,R ][ERE IS GEAND...T}~E Y.SlrtT A CLOUD IN TE~ SK'~, AND TI~E~8 S0 SIGN OF ~AIN." T}L&TI8 THE I~TTDR FROM T;~ PRESIDENT FLORIDA SPEEDING TIlE "¢.IBTER., *-~,, L~DI~S AND GENTLEMEN,. *. ,GOOD NIG|IT o,..., P~T~Ol 01904-06
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PO~VELL: ~J . J... Now it looks llke we l~o headed down the homo s~mo~oh with a hi% of a flr~alo -.- l~ving BorlinTs "Say I$ Wi~h M~sio". But fi~s~, he~ers Bob Sherwoodt with a well-ohoson wo~d o~ ~wo fmom ~. Lucky Strike. (INSERT COM~ROIAL) RTHO "1 0190.4.O?
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i $HERWOODs CLOEING C0~ROIAL When youlre buying oi~arettes, remember the ohant of the tobacco auotioneer ~ (CHANT - ending with "80LB A~RIOAN") That chant is your remlnde~ that i~d~end~nt tobaooo experts like the auotio~eer Boone ~ou Just heards know who b~ys what tobacoo. They deal with all but ~re no~ oonneote~ with any man~faot~ers, And they smoke Luekies 2 to l. Remember, with these ~ experts...wlth men who know tobaooo best, itms Luekies B to io L R'i')¢O 1 01904-08
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• - ~ (REVISE~~ 8GEHES 19 &20 POWELL • & CHORUS: "SAY IT W~TE MUSIC" ORCHESTRA: HIT REPRISE "SAY IT WITH ~/JSIC", .., AND FADE FORt PO~%~LL: And so it is that still a~oth¢P odition of "you~ Hollywood Parade" has boon safely stowed, away. But although we've roUuded Up tonightla show, we hope yogi11 be on hand come a week from now, same ti~8~ when 8/%other Parade will come ealling at Fott~ lo~d speakers. The~e111 be~tne old gang, wlth Eosomary Lane, F. E. Boono, the famous tobacco auctioneera the Lucky SingeRst %ho Lucky Seven, and AI Goodmen and the Lucky Strike Orchestra, A~d just so you wonlt say We dld2%It wa~n you~ hoboes Pai~ notice that Bob Hope, coraplste with Joke book, will be on hand~ too. ~ioanwhile, this is Yo~s Sinocrelya Dick Rot'ell, saylnR GoodnIRht Gang . .. good~ight eVO~Fbodyl ORCHESTRA: OEORD FINISH (APPLAUSE) ~?'N01 0190409
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0~06~0 ~0~.[~ .~uz~moo jI~IY~',~ ~ ~0~'~ ~X~,'~ 7~o~ji :V~HO~IO ~ ~IHOHO
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¢ , "YOUR HOLLYWOOD pARADE" ~ ~/ / io, io5o • ROUTINE SHEET (REVISED) AUCTIONEER HAppy DAYS 3. POI'~LL OPE)TING "YOUIRE AN EDUCATION" BILL OF SHOW 4. ORCHESTRA & CHORUS "STRIKE ~P THE BAND" 5. DONALD DUCK 5POT "PIZZICATO POLKA" :45 ~45 .... ] :45 1:SO R:40 4110 ~:40 ~:50 0:50 15:20 G. POWELL "I SEE YOUR FACE BEFORE ME" ~:30 ~o C 0 ~! ~! E E C I A L ~05 ~ I~AD~ iiA GYPSY TSLE I,~11 E~45 9° DRA!L%T PC ( CONEOLLY~ JOEDAE ) 9~EE 16:80 E9150 ~40 ~-~ I0. TESTIMONIAL ( CONNOLLY ) 1:50 53:~5 '~ ..................................................... ! STATXON BREAK :50 3~:15 ; IE. ORCHESTRA -'" 2:00 86:E5 I 13. EOILYWOOD AT ITS BEST (HART) 6:50 40:45 ................ I 14, PO'~/ELL "EO~E 0E THE RANGE" ~:i0 45:58 15. C O 11 II E E C I A L !:E0 45:~5 0EC S EA- J i?, BOB HOPE 0150 55t~0 I ................................................... i IBo IF?RO TO FINALE & CO}~ERCIAL :45 ~6:08 19. I;I~ALE "ROSE ~IARIE" .............. 31OO 59:05 ......... I ~0. REPRISE & CLOSING ANI;0UNCE~,TENT IIO0 60105 ~I, W. B. CREDIT, "HAPPY DAYS" THEME :30 60~5 l & SIGN-0FF ! ____ L--__. i I:11-)~0 1 0190,:1-11
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ANNODNOER: AUOT~ONEER: ANNO~OERI SOE~ " "YOUR HOLLY~;OOD PARADE" MARCH 16~ Listen to the chant of the tobacco auctioneer| (FADE IN CHANT)~.,..FIRST BALE,...,ROLD AI,~EICAN SECOND SALE..~.,SOLD AEERIOAN THIRD SALE ..... (Ending with) All done -~ SOLD TO THE A~ERICA~ TOBACCO COMPAI~Y. Natu~ally, the independent tobacco exu6~ts - like the auctioneer you Just heard -- know who buys what tobacco. With thes~ experts - "with men who k~ow tobaeoo beet" -- itls Luckies ~ to 11" • L FI'I- HO 1 01904-12
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ORCHESTRA : ANNOUNCER:~ ORCHESTRA: ANNOUNCER: ORCHESTRA & ANNOUNCER: "HA~Py DAYS'! FANFARE#I Lucky ~trike pr~ents ~ ~fHArP¥ DAYSpr FANFARE ~2 ItyOUR ~0LLYW00D PARADErf ~o~ Bt~rr~ ~±~ ~I A} ~{01 01904-13
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~f POWELL & ORC~STRA: "~OU'RE A~ ~UCAT,ION" (ONE CHORUS) Good ~ven~n~, everyone,, ,th~s is Dick Powell and Yo~ Hollywood Parade,,.. Fresh off I~. Lucky St~Ikels fast- m!ovln8 assembly llne tonttej we are Dresentlng one of the Re~d 1~n in the cinsm~tlo d~ama dapart~nt, my f:'lend -- l~;alter Connolly; wh~aw111 ~ assisted by that t~lonted yo~ngste~ in radio - ~'!alte~ Tetley ,.. Thent waive also oorralod the mischief makers of the inkwell .? Miokey and ~,iinnle Mouse, alnng with tho prince Of quacks .- Donald Duck,o,Then of courses weI~.e countlnR en~ F, B, Boone, the f~mo~s tobacco ~otloneer,,,Knd the old ~da eor, lp~isinS levely Rosemary Lane,, ,Dudley Chambers and the L~oky SingersJ the Lucky Seven ~nd Al Oood~,an and the Lu0ky Strlke O~ehest~a,,,Net to montlo~ - but I have to -- o%~ ogre ho~ - skin bo~d%d volume of American H'c~nol.j oo~iplet~~ fro~ A TO B,,,BOb Hope,,,And no%~, ~, doodrnnn, howls about another ehor~s Of this o~ts little Song . i~YouI~e An Educat io~", PO~ZLLI, t~,}:Ci[EG'i~A A~. ~-[OUIHE K~I EDUCATION;~ (JV:R APPLAUSE) A1 Goodnlan and the Lucky Strike O~ohc~t~,a Set & I:[V¢Iy tempo ',z;Lth ~ho doodle Oe~h/~Vl ~omposltJon: ~'STRII~] DP THE B~.~i~~' O[iGHE~9.~,,A 6: C,tIORU8: (APPZAUS]9) ~TH01 0190~1~
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P O?/ELL : IIISI~Y: PO ;ELL: PO *ELL: P C','~ L L : "~OFR IIOLL~F~/OOD PARADE" SOENE g'- Page 1 (BED REVISION) Marsh 16 1988 Well done,glads ~nd lassies, well done.j**Now for g page or two out of the evening's guest book,..Tenlg~t we I~ve Hollywood,s most famous ~adtng mah and ~ adtng l~dy ae guest Parade, s...Winne~s of more Academy Awards than any stay ~n Holl~wood... ,~ncldontally, I ua~erstan6 they're "that way" about each othe~, but far be it from me to ~ ~ ~ a~out two such grand little people as .... Eiekey and Ninnie Mouse ! (APPLAUSE) Hoc hoe -- Hellot everybodyl Hello, folks,.Hollo, ~. Powell, CO dt. , (~Y..g~ /~"'-' ~" a2~&@We~ it Is ~to h~ve you a~d ~-ea~z~ here. ,~[OUIX'o two stars that no actor ~u HollTvood is Joalou~ of -- we)~,e all for you a hundred per¢cnt. ~" Just to ~:ako you feold~ her, e how about meeting sons of the gang here? ' ' @W Oh, that111 be swell. I want to meet Bob,ope~' -- I th~nk he~s awfully fuuuy.. That's easy, Hlrw.io.. (CALLS) Oh Bob l~ F~ont and oente~ J... Bob, this Is ~linnle an~ i,!teke7 .'qouse. '~,~ell~ well -- l)m glnd to ~eet yot~, Boy, yourve al!!'ays wanted to play opposite a fa!lous learl~ng lady -- ,hel:'e)s the l~ozt fa~.o~s in Holly~ood..Nowls your ohane,3. ~1"~01 0190415
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DONALD: PO';/ELL : Ox~i HOPE: ~ get it -- llm gonna play Rat Bu$1er in "Gone With %~he }[o~s~£rap, " oh? }~INta[IE: Hoe hes heo. Isnlt he finny, Mlcke~? ~O1;*}~LL: ~o~ ~houl~ hoax' ~ti~ ~he~ he hat a ~oke l,~. And now Bobr want you to raeet ~nother dlstinguished guest,,aotor, philosop~sr, Oom~osoP, opohe{tra Ioador -- the ~an of many moods, Donald Duok DONALD t Hurray I Htu, ray I B~avo, b~avo, bravo I (APPL&U~EI HOPE: Well well, Donald Duck. (PROP LAUGH) DONALD : Hi ,~ Hopo • Pho~ HOPE: Quiet, ~ou fugitive fpom a dolla~ dinncr| DONALD: Oht is that so? ~hy you bi.~ stiff -- (GETS ~D) DONALD: Oh, yeahY ~Ioll then ytm .~opr~;..~h~ oo very VOP~ so~r~ (DIRTY LAUGH) P He O3~"£ H:]PE~ qulot~ you fl~t.bottomod stO~k| ;IC~d~: Wa~t ~ minute Donald, control ~ourself I ~ 3~.~2~L: ^ See what yon did~ B~? Donald i.~ so~sitlvo, You sho~]~hqtt call hir~ names, you should adzh, e;s hlr. with tenderness,. }k~mor him..Now watoh~ Bob..~l~3t you pat him on the head llke this..the.~ look sqxtnroly into hi~ honest bl~e oyo~ -- 0hhhhh . - .be*~yo~ smile ~t hilu and say -- 'DonIld~ ~,out~,c the aloe,st, sweet@st and Drotticst d~ck live Ovol' soon.II DOI~ALDt ~.~ Kiss me~ RSohardl R]N01 0190416
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HOPE: DONALD: HOPE: DONALD: POViELL: DONALD: MICKEY: (3RD REVISION) 5 - S IZVO HOt to han~ it to you oroon~rs~ youlve EOU per8 .ality Oh, thank you very much. Why donTt y0~ pipe do~m -- you feather-trlmmed Andy Dovlno I Scram! scram! (GETS NAD) ~- Yould bettor ~o.B~, ya;%rro~ot Kood for Dona~dls blood _ prossure.~..Woll, D6nald, ! understand ~oulre h6~e tonight ~s ~ gu0st orchestra conductor. You said it..ITve got c band o£ my own, Thatls right, Mr. Powoll, Donald has a band..It plays on OUr program Cvoi"y Sunday nfternoon. POWELL: ~/~ I know .. live been listening to Donald Duckls Wobfoot Q Sexbette. DONALD: Itls te~rific~ P0~'~LL: DONALD: P0~LL: DONALD: PO'JE[L: HIC L~EY : POI~LL : Tcrriflo is right....Donald, how ~bout a little Jam. session right here and nov~? !In, ray I Hurray ~ Brnv3 A Bravo ; (CALLS) C0~IE O~ Ig, ~K~YS. Yes, ~ome in, boysJ (NHSICIANS TAg~ UP T~ EBFOCT BAND I!~STRU~NTS) what are all those oontra~tions?~hat band of yours looks like three dollars worth of Junk. Th~ee dollars worth of IL~GiIIFISK[T Junk ~ I~GNIFICENT ~K (LAUGHS) AJl right~ ~aguificent junkI ~hat goes here, anyway? I~ii explain, Mr. Po~;el]....yc:l see t hat ma~hlne there? That's a Goofus.~A Goofus is llke a piano, with buttons instead of keys,,'~'d'~-ou""-~ don't play it, you blo~, through a hose on it, Looks llke a Bazooka with the D.T.~s| BTH01 0190&12
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[~RD ~EV~SION) 5 - 4 DONA~: It's beat~tiful~.~atmply bo-yoo-tlfu~ I ~IN!IIE: Then the~oIs 8 syrup pltcher~ m~1 on a paddle whool.~4,W When the wheel goes a~ound it lilts the cove1's and lets them fall, Hoe hoe I :!IOkT2/: Then therels what we call a Hysteria-Phone. ~4a secret between Donald and Felix .*!iillss our m0/sle81 dlrec~or. DONALD: Boy, welts ter~flo~ * ?07~ILL: V~OII, Donald ,~.. Oa~ you coax some music out of that stuff? DONALD: You said It I i~elro colossal~ POU3£LL: Alrlght then, Donald~ youlre on your oVa~o.,0no side, Goo~aan~ here comes Donald DuckSs ?lebfoot Soxtebto,°,Take DO)IALB~ ~.II One foI' the money, t,vo f~ the ete...oto4,. ° JEL!VOOS £~A;TB: "PIZZICATO POLgAu ( APP[~;USE ) P0/ELL: Well done. Denaldl Bllt thatZs only a ,~am~lo ]20,ll about an enco~e? D)~L~LB:HmTay, hur~y. Bravo, bpavol '.'re ','ill no:, play "Hap!)y Days A_~e Here Again", dedicated to Hr. Lucky ~trlke. - /.. • ,E~ a]!a~py Days AZ)~ Hez'e Again% de,feared to I:I~. iuok~ StPiko~ eh? DONALD: ,J One,~t~,o, t]mee -. sto...~to,,.o ",'JEDF[~I BXlib: ';~&PPY DAYS ARE ~[gRE AG;4 N:' (APPLAUSE) ~[~01 0190~18
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POWELL: DONALD I PO';C3BbL : LIINNIE: ,- (3ED REVISION} • S . 5 Thank~Donald .- you and your ~¥ebf0ot Sextette 0~ht to M make AI Goo~imn 8~eena but mayDe not with ~nvy| Thanks, too, Miek~y and MinnieMouse, it was gPsnd oF yot~ s~onso~, the Pops0dent C~mpany, to lot you all pay t~ a v~slt to~ite....Good luok to you ~nd yo~sioal dlrector Felix Mills, whols managed to make real music out of three dollars worth of Junk | ~AGNIFICENT J~nk~ Alr~ght, Donald, }~GNIFIOENT Jttnk l Goodn~te a~l GoodnitoI folksL (APPLAUSE) R ]',~01 01904.19
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(3~D EEVIS~ ON1 ~CENE/6 POWELL: SO ]onE, gang ~ and ~f you ever need an animated termite, i" let us know and wsIll send you Hope..H OECHESTRA: 'rI SEE YOUR FAC~, BEFORE !.~,...HIT AND FADE i~Og: ?O'.,fELL: Now, back to Broadwa~ for a song from the eu~rent musical suooess 'rEetween The Dev11".....Itr~ not in the g~oove of the typical, danceable g~raee.notos we hea~ so much of these days - but seenls to go baok to what We rou6hly term, "melodic fundamentals" for its harr~onle8 and color ......Come along, A~ - a~d istls sample the stuff from which suocosses are made -- 'rl See You~ Face EeJ~oro Me,H POUIELL & ORCHESTRA: "I SEE YOUR FACE ~EFORE ?JP)" (APPLAUSE) RT"H01 0190420
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A'YOUE HOLLY?fOOD RARAD~" March 16, l@NB IET ANNOUNCER : 80UhD: IST ~NNOUNCERz SOUND: 1ST AN~IOUNCER: ~ND ANNOUNCER : r "SC~N~ 7 - (REVISED) PAO~ i Ws take you to (LOUDLY) the ~ Of all oi~i~a~ottos FADE IN WAREHOUSE NOISES -- CHaleT OF AUCTIONEER CI2AELY DOMINATING - lO SECONDS - T}~N FADE BUT CONTINUE UNDER AENOIJNCuR -- Yo~ are at a groat tobacco auction. HO~O~ to the "~lei~d sinE-sonS chant of the auotlonoors all the big cigarette companies a~o bidding in open cow, petition. ~%oy are buying the basle matomlal for their products- the tobacco ~/hieh you w~l~ one day smoke in one or onothor brand of oiga1~ottes. Listen.,. UP- i0 SECONDS - OEAET STE~XL~'I LOUDER - "gOLD A~I~RIOAE" THEN OUT -. Yes, at the g~'oat tobacco auctions in the so%~blsnd you are trul~: on the ground floor of the clgaretb9 ~ndus~'~y. P~ it is thsl~ that all cigar, cries begin, And sure]V no one is in a bettor position to Judge between olgarottos than ~Lo ~ndependent exports who attend these auotions~ day in~ day out, foll~ing the salos~ observing Just what tobacco Is bouc~t fo~ what brands. A~qoso independent experts are not connected with ~nF iu~nufactu~or. They a~o auctioneers, independent buyers ~nd warohous~u0n who d~al vI~th all clgarottc companies on an oqu~l basis. That is ~qy thei~ honest impa2tlal jud~uc~*t dcsomvos Four mospect as a sacker. And hero it is..... S~;o~n rosords ~how that anong ~nc~o Indo;~ondont exue~ts~ Lucky Str~ko has ovoi" twloe as many excluslvo smokers as have n~l the other o~garo~tos comblnodl Ovo~ t~ico as many 1 RTF~O;i 0190~1.21
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' (P~VZSED) t ANNOUNCER: You have ho~md tho vordiot of ~ho men who know tobacco bo~"t. Romombor thoir ovo~vcholmln~ proforon~o fo~ Luckio~ nox~ timo you buy cisarottc, s, An~ whon you hoar th~ ~hant of tho tobacco Bu~tlonoo~ (FADE IN CHANT) Whon you hear thmt chant, ~o~io~'~bo~, -- with thoso indopendont ~xports - w~th Inon who know tobaooo bost, Itts Luoklos ~ to I l RT~O'! 0190422
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(REVISED)' ' SCEN~ 8 t~ Well, here is where ou~ me~y little assembly aoqui~es a dash of romance and a big~,~sPlasht2~4°f .glm~°~ ~. @~4~ .In. the person of our "premier ohan~e~se"n vooalist to you,,.'o, Here is ou~ armful of melo~y~ Rosemary L~e - to b~Ing you a~ -~ "A SypsyY T~ld __T d Me SO" . .. The mike and twenty million people~ ame all yours~ F ~ F~oseme~y, ToulDe on! LANE & ~q0HESTNE IrA GYPSY TOLD )~[E 80" A7"~01 0190423
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POWELLS ORC}~STEA: (2ND REVISION) SCENE r . 1 Thank you; Ros0r~ry~b4yOU ~r~de a Iovsly song. all the leveller...go ~OWS we ~b~e faee-%e-facs with the dramatic treat we promised you a while back -- the pre~enee wi~h us this evening of an astor Whose seers of solid hits ~ ~. oontinues year after year -- Mr. ~altor Con~ollT, who has Just soo~ed again in his ~ewest picture "Penitentiary" o,o Then -- assisting hlms another Walter, -- Walte~ Tetley, perhaps the most outstanding youngster radio drama has produoed...The two Waiters, large and smallj appear tonight in a dramatization %~itten especially for radio by Ted Bon~et...Itls a bit of l~toal dialogue right out of the heart of Erln called "Timothy Da1~Diseovors America" -- All of this in honor of St. Patrickls Day on the morrow .o. Be nowa A1s a musical curtain for ou~ star... Mr. Walter Connoll~ IAFF~.UeE 1 MUSICAL CDRTAIN FI 1" INO "1 0190~24-
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~ MUSIC: POV~%LLI SOUND: r~NIS VOISE~ ~NS )~NI I;~IN I NAN: -. L " (~NDREVISION) SOEh~ 9 ~ T~MoT~Y, ~LY DISOOVE~S A~IGA (IRISH AIR -" IT FAIAES AS T~ A)SIOU~OER COMEg ON* BUT WHILE }~ SPEARS IT LINGERS IN THE BACEGROUND " VAGUEs NOSTALGIC, OLD AS TI~ IRISH RAOE ITSEI~" - CREATING THE MOOD OF THE FLAY) ~h6 6~6~ ~ t~ ~tee~age deck of a~ i~ig~ant ship nearing New York. It i~ JuJt breaking daylightJ Timothy Daly~ az IriBh w~apped In a ragged greatcoat, huddles at the ~all~ orying~ as the flg~e of a ~an approaches... (LOW KEENING OF THE ~IN~, UP FOH A MOmeNT) FAINT VIASg ~A~HB AGAINST W}N Bg2Pig gI~g~ ~i~ BOg BOBBIgG} ~bat's thine gle~s ~ae, lad, wh~t &re ~ou doing ou~ here at th[g hour? ~ure you ought to be in you~ bunk wlth you~ mother. I - I was Just - (EREA};S OFF SOBBING) ~ell, if it isn't orylng NOU arel Come, now. Ne ~nlt bare bogs ~Ning o~ tNi~ ghip, I~m sorry sly, (MAKING AN NFFORT) Are you the o-oagtain~ (LAUGHg) Not l...The captain.s asleep thi~ watch~ and that's where you ~heuld be. So come on~ get along with It - its8 ~o use, sir. I wouldn't be able to ~leep anyhow, I th~nk II~ 3u~t ~taF h~ for ~ ~hil~ - if ~ou doult mindo What do you want to etay oct here fo~ I - I Just ~ant to have a last look bao~ tO Ireland - thatms allo Ipelandl Faith FOg canlt see Irel~n~ from her~| ~n a few RTHO? O190~2~
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(BND REVISION) 9 - TIMMY: I don't want to go ~o Am~@Id~. ~ ~a~_ee America~ 7" want to go baok to Ireland. .MAN: TIMMYI TIM!~YI MAN: TIM~fl ~N: SOUND: (~4~) ~o that's it~ Well, mow. why did~It you say so in the first plaee? I know J~st how you feel. lld like to 6o back to Ireland myeelf. W-would you~ \. (80FTLY) I would that~ Where do you oome from, lad~ Bantry~ sir. C~county Cork. B~ntry. Ilve ~ever bee~ tbero..+Tell mee is ~ bea~tiful~ I - I think so+ ~i~ sto~ e~yi~ ~d 8ee ~f ~ ~ ~ ~ L F~THO? 0190426
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~[AN: Thatls itl NOW tell r~e about Bant*,y. ~J TIKMY: ~A~tls the plaoe I was born. sir, MAN: Is it $o? And what else? Describe it to me, TIMMY: Well, Itls - right on Bantry Hayed'And it is fun to f~sh the~e~ si~. And - there a~e g~ee~ hills around Eantry, and - and in the spPlngtlme ~heylre all puPple ~Ibh heather | NAN: It Sotu%ds like God18 own ~aPdBh, TI~TY: