Featuring Spike Jones, Dorothy Shea, and doodles waver. Guest is, The Ten Harmonaires.
Spike and the City Slickers open with, When My Sugar Walks Down the Street.
Coming from the International Harvesters in Indianapolis, Sipke is interupted by a nock at the door and a quidk joke Dorthy talks about Hoagie Carmichael, red Selton,m and others who are from Indian. Dorothy wants to settle downonthe farm.
Dorothy sings, the Old Apple Tree.
After a salute to the international Harvesters, Spike is back. he and the City Slicker do a musical drama and they’re off to, Jungle Town.
Dorothy and Spike talk about taking an exotic adenture, which leads into introducing the Ten Harmonairs. A grou who had been workers in an aircraft factory, and found themselves in show bix. The song writers from last week are back for a quick interuption in song.
The Harmonaires sing, Kentucky Babe.
Mike Wallace is back for the sponsor plug.
The fast talking, breathless leader of the Spike Jones fan club, Georgie rock barges in with a poem to honor Spike Jones, and his looks.
Dorothy sings, What is This Thing Called Love?
Doodles Weaver as Professor Feetlebaum is in typical fine voice to sings, Beg Your Pardon. With the jokes, distractions, and horse race under control, it’s medley time.
The Harmonaires sing Jeepers Creepers. Dorothy sings, Goodie Goodie. Spike plays, By Jingles.