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Arthur Godfrey Time Arthur Godfrey and His Friends TV 2 DVD

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Arthur Godfrey Time Arthur Godfrey and His Friends TV 2 DVD SET

1953 Arthur Godfrey and His Friends DVD TV LOST FOOTAGE

Arthur Godfrey and His Friends is an American television variety show hosted by Arthur Godfrey. The hour-long series aired on CBS from January 1949, to June 1957, then again as a half-hour show from September 1958, to April 1959. Many of his musical acts were culled from Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, which was airing on CBS at the same time. Among the more popular of his singers were Frank Parker, Marion Marlowe, Janette Davis, Julius La Rosa, Haleloke, The McGuire Sisters, Carmel Quinn, Pat Boone, Miyoshi Umeki and The Chordettes. In 1953, Godfrey fired Julius La Rosa on air saying "That, folks, was Julie's swan song" moments after La Rosa finished singing "Manhattan". Godfrey frequently played his trademark ukulele

Arthur Godfrey and his friends 28 January 1953

Arthur Godfrey Time DVD TV 1948 TELEVISION FAST NEW

This footage is very rare considering most of the footage was lost from this era. Also includes the MCQUIRE SISTERS on the show
In 1948, Arthur Godfrey Time began to be simultaneously broadcast on radio and television. The radio version ran three hours; the TV version an hour, later expanded to an hour and a half. Godfrey's skills as a commercial pitchman brought him a number of loyal sponsors, including Lipton Tea, Frigidaire, Pillsbury cake mixes and Chesterfield cigarettes. He found that one way to enhance his pitches was to extemporize his commercials, poking fun at the sponsors (while never disrespecting the products themselves), the sponsors' company executives, and advertising agency types who wrote the scripted commercials that he regularly ignored. (If he read them at all, he ridiculed them.) To the surprise of the advertising agencies and sponsors, Godfrey's kidding of the commercials and products frequently enhanced the sales of those products. His popularity and ability to sell brought a windfall to CBS, accounting for a significant percentage of their corporate profits

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