Phil Harris was brash, egotistical, and charming as hell. Alice Faye was regarded by George Gershwin and Cole Porter as the best female singer in Hollywood. Together, they starred in one of the most uninhibited and funny comedy series on radio.
Benefiting from the likeability of its stars, a wonderfully cast group of supporting players (Elliott Lewis, Walter Tetley, Robert North, Jeanine Roos, and Anne Whitfield), and one of the most prolific and clever writing teams of the mid-twentieth century (Ray Singer and Dick Chevillat), The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show is a complete delight.
This collection features 20 digitally remastered programs, eighteen of which are available for the first time anywhere . So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the misadventures of the Harrises, their two daughters, and one left handed guitar player.
Includes a Program Guide by Rodney Bowcock with photographs and background information about the programs.
EPISODES INCLUDE: Alice's Easter Dress 04-13-52; Alice's Old Boyfriend, George Henderson 04-20-52; Phil Is Directed To Fire His Band - 04-27-52; Helping Alice With Spring Cleaning 05-04-52; The Harris Kids on TV 05-11-52; Julius Is Missing 05-18-52; Alice's Surprise Party For Mr. Scott 05-25-52; Hotel Harris 10-05-52; The Stolen U.S. Mail 10-12-52; Phil, The Television Star 10-19-52; Baby Alice's First Date 10-26-52; Phil Helps Get Out The Vote 11-02-52; Surprise Party For Phil 11-09-52; Alice Buys a Business 11-16-52; The Football Tickets 11-23-52; Elliott's Girlfriend's Name Is On Phil's Chest 11-30-52; Julius Is In Jail 12-07-52; An Elephant For Mr. Scott 12-14-52; The Women's Club Santa Claus 12-21-52; New Year's Eve Party At The Harrises' 12-28-52