Commemorating victory throughout the world. Bing Crosby hosts, and to kick off peace braking out all over the world, a scrapbook of memories over the past few years on the show are gathered.
- To help him, Dinah Shore sings, I’ll Walk Alone.
- Bette Davis appears and talks with Jimmy Durante. Will she be able to help him climb into a higher social status? Jose Iturby meets Jimmy, and the two piano players swap jokes.
- Marlena Dietrich takes the stage to say a few words to the troops. Followed by another salute to the troops, and their efforts in the war is presented.
- Bing introduces Ginny Simms to sing, You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To.
- Bing calls out Frank Sinatra for some jokes on age, weight, and sons. They sing a medley to include: You Are My
Sunshine, Sonny Boy, You’re the Tops, and others that they take liberties with lyrics to continue the teasing each other. Frank sings, What is America to Me.
- A roll call of performers who appeared to support the troops is called off. All the big names on the radio, and entertainment industry.
- After the station break Bing sings, San Fernando Valley.
- Harry Vonzel presents sounds from home. A sigh from Lucille Ball, the sound of a bugler being shot, and more.
- GI Jill presents Johnny Mercer to sing his hit, GI Jive.
- Edward G Robinson and Orson Wells recreate famous words spoken into the microphone over the last few years.
- Bing salutes his pal Bob Hope, who couldn’t make the festivities.
- Danny Kaye sings about the troubles he went through to see a move.
- Carmen Miranda sings, Chico Chico.
- Claudette Colbert introduces Ed “Archie” Gardner from Duffy’s tavern. The two discuss the atmosphere, and food found in the tavern. Will the pair have an acting career together?
- A final parting word is a prayer of thanksgiving to the lord for the price paid for peace.