Hazel (1961–1966)
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I've Been Singing All My Life 

George's sister Deirdre is planning a talent show to raise money for the local hospital. Hazel wants to be part of the show, but Deirdre refuses to audition her.

Director:

William D. Russell

Writers:

William Cowley, Ted Key (creator)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Shirley Booth ... Hazel Burke
Don DeFore ... George Baxter
Whitney Blake ... Dorothy Baxter
Bobby Buntrock Bobby Buntrock ... Harold Baxter
Max Showalter ... Mr. Blackpool
Maudie Prickett ... Rosie
Eleanor Audley ... Mrs. Loretta Greene
Henry Hunter Henry Hunter ... Dr. Klempner
Roxane Brooks Roxane Brooks ... Nurse Allen
Cathy Lewis ... Deirdre Thompson
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George's sister Deirdre is planning a talent show to raise money for the local hospital. Hazel wants to be part of the show, but Deirdre refuses to audition her.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 1963 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Color:

Color (as color by Pathé)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Juanita
(uncredited)
Sung by Eleanor Audley
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Hazel the Singer
1 March 2012 | by wes-connorsSee all my reviews

Snooty semi-regular Cathy Lewis (as Deirdre Thompson) visits pretty sister-in-law Dorothy (Whitney Blake) with exciting plans to put on a charity talent show, and Hazel (Shirley Booth) naturally wants to participate. "I've been singing all my life," she asserts. Declaring, "The lower classes are so pushy," Ms. Lewis arranges to keep out domestics like Hazel and Rosie (Maudie Prickett) while arranging for oily singing instructor Max Showalter (as Mister Blackpool) to select only off-key society matrons. Shirley Booth sings a short, sweet version of "Bye Bye Blackbird" at the local children's hospital.

***** I've Been Singing All My Life (2/28/63) William D. Russell ~ Shirley Booth, Cathy Lewis, Whitney Blake, Max Showalter


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