The Spotlight Revue features Spike Jones, The City Slickers, and Dorothy Shea. Special guest is songwriter, Francis Craig.
- Spike Jones and the City Slickers open with, Please Don’t Talk About Me Wen I’m Gone.
- Georgie Rock claims to be the president of the New York fan club, named Harv, and reads Spike a poem.
- Dorothy Shea talks to Spike about New York, the city that the show is broadcast from this week.
- Dorothy sings, It’s the Little Things You Do That Count.
- Spike and the City Slickers perform, My Old Flame.
- Dorothy talks to Spike about the songs that Frances Craig has written. Frances talks with Spike about what inspires him.
- Frances Craig plays with Bob Landon singing, Beg Your Pardon.
- Spike is interupted by Frederick Gast, one of his City Slickers, with a joke.
- Then it’s back to Dorothy who sings, The Gentleman is a Dope.
- Spike introduces Doodles Weaver as Professor Feetlebaum, always in fine voice, as he attempts that Rudy Valley classic, the Wiffenpoof Song. If only he can stay focused, and what about the Kentucky Derby?
- Medley time: Frances Craig plays his hit, Near You. Dorothy sings, Close To Me. Spike gets in the last word with, Side By Side.