It’s another installment of the Spotlight Revue. With announcer Mike Wallace, Spike Jones and the City Slickers, and Dorothy Shey the Park Avenue Hillbilly.
- Spike starts out with, Running Wild.
- Dorothy Shea talks about a letter from her cousin Zeke. He works at Look Out Mountain, and listens to radio quiz shows.
- Dorothy sings, Will Yu Treat Me in a Style that I’m Accustomed.
- Doctor Horatio Q Birdbath puts his voice tallents to use, with a little help from Georgie Rock, as the City Slickers perform, Old MacDonalds Farm.
- Spike makes the introductions for the parts, and the City Slickers Follow up by performing Dave Rose’s famous, Holiday for Strings. Wow, I didn’t know there was cow bells in that tune.
- Mike Wallace delivers the commercial, then it’s back to the fun with Jack Smith. He tells Spike and Dorthy about his latest hit. With the Clark Sisters, he sings Civilization.
- Dorothy sings, White Christmas.
- Doodles Weaver, as Professor Feetlebaum sings, When We Were Young. Is he in fine enough voice for you?
- Time for a medley that includes: Dorothy with, Turalurah. Jack sings, Maggie O’neil. Spike wraps up with, Macnamaras Band.