The orchestra opens with, I Can’t Give You Anything but Love. Jimmy Wallington continues as he jokes around with Fred Allen and Portland Hoffa. Jack Benny is the topic of criticsm before the March of Trivia presents the world of news. The movies and songs of 1942 are reviewed from the aspect of a pair of song writers. Falstaff Openshore visits to offer his own poetic look at the oscars.
High Low Jack and the Dame sing, Taking a Chance on Love.
Portland talks with Fred about her wierd relatives, who include jail birds, and slogan writersJudy Canova visits, and tells about the crowd who met her at the train station. Not known for her good looks, Fred compares Judy to a glamour girl. After returning the favor by commenting on Fred’s less than handsome looks, Judy talks about what she’s doing in New York, supporting the troops. Cowboys, Hollywood stars, and the latest trend in movies lead into Fred’s tale of hillbilly love.
Join Judy on her farm, back home with her folks. Her boyfriend Zeke is about to visit, how will the hillbilly romance end up? To help the wooing along, Judy sings her hit, Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day. Get ready for some of her trademark yodeling.
Being an AFRS presentation, a medley of tunes follows to fill in time that might have went to commercial time slots.
Laura Lee McBride with Bob Wills – I Betcha My Heart I Love Ya