Ken Carpenter announces. Francis Langford sings, I Said It Again.
Ken, Francis, and Spike talk about the skimpy bathing suits that are all the rage this year.
Spike’s band performs and sings, The Greatest Man in Siam.
After a quick commercial Francis dedicates a tune to prisoners who were recently released from German prison camps, The More I See You.
Francis and Spike do a short comedy play about the housing shortage. They are living in a tiny apartment, paying a huge rent, and Ken Carpenter wants them to pay up.
Spike plays his version of the Blue Danube. Then Spike talks to Francis about his band members as Ken converts it into a commercial.
Finally a medley of tunes performed by Tony Romano, Spike Jones, and Francis Langford. The show wraps up with motivating words of gratitude to the veterans of the recently ended war, made bby Francis.
PS: Just when I thought I was out of shows for my Spike Jones collection, I’ve managed to find a small treasure trove of a few dozen more. So if you like your music on the strange side, keep stopping by. After this one, the series jumps to 1946 and later. At that time Francis Langford had left, and was replaced by Dorothy Shea. In my opinion, there’s a better chemistry and show dynamic between Spike and Dorothy.