Produced exclusively for Publishers Central Bureau/Outlet Book C. Inc. Album notes by Michael Rophone, 15 March, 1986. Matrix, Runout: RADIOLA-3MR-4 SIDE M. Rophone 6-6-86.
Don Ameche And Frances Langford - The Bickersons Fight Back (Album). Don Ameche And Frances Langford - The Bickersons Original Radio Comedy Classics From 1947 And 1948 (Comp). Rudy Vallee And Frances Langford - This Can't Be Love, The Shortest Day Of The Year.
The constant stream of one-liners and jabs from both parties fly in the face of the political correctness that has crept into mainstream comedy. However, the 21st century consumer will inevitably find the relationship humor to be ageless. In 2003, Collectors' Choice Music issued a single-CD release corralling this album as well as the follow-up long-player, The Bickersons Fight Back (1963).
Don Ameche, Frances Langford - Round II mp3. B1. Don Ameche, Frances Langford - Round III mp3. B2. Don Ameche, Frances Langford - Round IV mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Don Ameche, Frances Langford's video clip of album "The Bickersons Fight Back". The Bickersons Starring Don Ameche And Frances Langford.
Julia Frances Langford (April 4, 1913 – July 11, 2005) was an American singer and entertainer who was popular during the Golden Age of Radio and also made film appearances for over two decades. Born in Hernando, Florida, a small town in Citrus County, Florida, she was the daughter of Anna Rhea Newbern and her husband, Vasco Cleveland Langford.
Topics Frances Langford, Don Ameche, Classic TV, Live TV, 1951, ABC, 1950's Television, Kinescope, Daytime Television, Richard Hudnut. Example of ABC's ill-fated attempt in daytime programming. The Frances Langford Don Ameche show" was on the air from noon to 1pm each weekday. The show lasted just six month from September 1951 till March 1952. That show had featured "Bickersons" sketches, albeit without Don Ameche (Lew Parker instead played John Bickerson). It might have helped also has a sketch comedy like "The Bickersons. Which was the staple of the the duo's career together. It was a formula that worked for Jackie Gleason.
But there remained one more medium to conquer: the then-newfangled 12 long-playing record. This album is funny and excellent. It may be considered a one trick pony but its good. Listen to him insist that nothing happed between he and his ex girlfriend gloria goosby whenever she brought her up only to inadvertinly contradict himself. Listen to her complain about his snoring to the point that she constantly demands him to get surgery for it which he refuses to do. I thought it was funny at the end when she went over his head and made the appointment for it behind his back. As i said this album is funny and excellent.
Album discography: The Bickersons (with Don Ameche, Col CL-1692/CS 8492); The Bickersons (with Don Ameche, Radiola 1151); The Bickersons Fight Back (with Don Ameche, Col CL-1883/CS-8683); The Bickersons Rematch (with Don Ameche, Col G-30523); Born to Dance (CIF 3001); Collegiate (Caliban 6042); Every Night at Eight (Caliban 6043); Hollywood Hotel (EOOOH 99601, Hollywood Soundstage 5004); I Feel a Song. During the later years of the war, Langford wrote a syndicated newspaper column, "Purple Hearts Diary," in which she related her experiences visiting wounded GIs. Between tours, Langford warbled her way through a number of films, the best of which were Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942), in which James Cagney created an Oscar-winning portrayal of George M. Cohan, and This Is the Army (1943), based on Irving Berlin 's rousing stage musical.
|A1||The New Puppy|
|A2||The New Tux|
|A3||Amos Does Time|
|B4||The Business Trip|
|B5||The Race Track Tout|
|B6||The Fishing Pole|
|C7||The Bachelor Party|
|C9||Amos Borrows the Car|
|D10||The Reading of the Will|
|D11||The Vacation Trailer|
|D12||A Sprained Ankle|
|E13||The Streetcar Conductor|
|E14||The Kitty's Litter|
|E15||Two Weeks With Pay|
|F16||An Eight-Horse Parlay|
|F17||The Presidential Suite|
|F18||The Vacation Trailer (2nd version-see #11 above)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Radiola Records – 1986
NotesProduced exclusively for Publishers Central Bureau/Outlet Book Co., Inc.
Album notes by Michael Rophone, 15 March, 1986
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- Matrix / Runout: RADIOLA-3MR-4 SIDE [X] M. Rophone 6-6-86