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MGM Parade (1955–1956)

Episode #1.21 

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Episode credited cast:
George Murphy ... Himself - Host
Russ Tamblyn ... Himself / Jimmy in 'The Last Hunt'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roscoe Ates ... Sponge in 'The Champ' (archive footage)
John Baragrey ... The Suitor in 'The Lady or the Tiger?' (archive footage)
Vince Barnett ... The King in 'The Lady or the Tiger?' (archive footage)
Barbara Bedford ... Lady Behind Door in 'The Lady or the Tiger?' (archive footage)
Wallace Beery ... Champ in 'The Champ' (archive footage)
Jackie Cooper ... Dink in 'The Champ' (archive footage)
Joe De Santis ... Ed Black in 'The Last Hunt' (archive footage)
Stewart Granger ... Sandy McKenzie (archive footage)
Hale Hamilton ... Tony in 'The Champ' (archive footage)
Grady Sutton ... Southerner in 'Number Please' (archive footage)
William Tannen ... Frank R. Stockton in 'The Lady or the Tiger?' (archive footage)
Robert Taylor ... Charlie Gilson in 'The Last Hunt' (archive footage)
Audrey Totter ... Operator in 'Number Please' (archive sound)


In the MGM trophy room, host George Murphy is proud to display the latest award for the studio, specifically Redbook Magazine's annual movie award to Dore Schary. In the hall of fame segment, Murph introduces a scene from The Champ (1931), where the character portrayed by Wallace Berry, who won a Best Actor Oscar for this performance, announces from his prison cell his long term future plans for his adoring son, Dink. Next, he introduces the short film The Lady or the Tiger? (1942), which posits whether a cold hearted woman would rather send her lover to death or into the arms of another woman. He then introduces the "Number Please" skit from the movie revue, Ziegfeld Follies (1945), where an exasperated man is having problems getting through to his friend Louis on the telephone though of no fault of his own. Finally, he chats with Russ Tamblyn about his latest movie, De laatste jacht (1956). Written by Huggo

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1956 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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