Struggling to make his down-and-out orchestra plucky and profitable, Phil Harris conducts his zany sidekick, winsome wife, precocious kids, and grouchy grocery boy through a symphony of silliness. If you long for a series where the drinks are stiff and the whimsy is wicked, you've come to the right place! This collection includes 20 digitally restored and remastered episodes, many of which are available for the first time anywhere. These rare broadcasts are prime examples of the flagrant fun, garish gaiety, and notorious nonsense that Phil and Alice brought to listeners on Sunday nights in 1954.
Episodes include: Phil's Band Turns to Drama 01-15-54; Life Insurance for Phil 01-22-54; Royalty Check Celebration 01-29-54; Build It Yourself Television Kit 02-05-54; A Bad Case of Nerves 02-12-54; Firing Elliott 02-19-54; A Night at the Movies 02-26-54; Job Hunting 03-05-54; Expired Driver's License 03-12-54; Phil Writes His Life Story 03-19-54; Who Sent Flowers 03-26-54; What Would You Do If You Were a Dog? 04-02-54; Phil's Pain In the Side 04-09-54; The Band Is Underpaid 04-16-54; Herbert's Happy Hacienda 04-23-54; Special Red Cross Blood Drive Program 04-30-54; Phil's African Movies 05-07-54; This Is Your Past 05-14-54; A Date For Herman 05-21-54; The Trouble With Honest Fred 05-28-54.
What listeners say about The Phil Harris - Alice Faye Show: Smoother and Sweeter
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- John Kitto III
All that you look forward to in comedy of he period. An excellent example of fun programming.