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Television Ball, December 15, 1939
This was a one hour broadcast held at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The ball was broadcast to those lucky enough to have tv receivers at the time. It was also broadcast on tv monitors set up at various spots in the Waldorf Astoria, so that guests at the ball could see the program live and watch it on a tv monitor.

Harry Truman Inaugural Gala, NBC, January 19, 1949

Toast of the Town, CBS, Season 3, Episode 109, July 16, 1950
Jane Froman (guest host), Harris & Radcliff, Danny Crystal, Harris & Radcliff. Jane sings "I Cover the Waterfront," " Begin the Beguine," "It's A Great Life"
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Voice of Firestone, NBC, July 10, 1950
Jane's songs are Shine On Harvest Moon; Summertime; Connais Tu Pays; and Shine On Harvest Moon; Night and Day

Toast of the Town, CBS, July 16, 1950
Jane sings I Cover the Waterfront; Begin the Beguine; It's A Great Life;

Toast of the Town, CBS, August 15, 1950
It's A Great Life (?). This is the only song noted for Jane in the show

Mary Margaret McBride Show, NBC, October 9, 1950
Jane sings The Missouri Waltz on this half hour talk show

Texaco Star Theater/Milton Berle, NBC, November 7, 1950
Jane's songs for this show are Get Happy; It's A Lovely Day; The Best For You; America

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, November 12, 1950
Jane sings Blue Skies' All Alone (with Earl Wrightson); Always; We're Having A Heat Wave; I Wonder Why; God Bless America

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, November 26, 1950
Jane offers This Is A Lovely Day; Basin Street Blues; Masquerade (with Earl Wrightson); Birth Of The Blues

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, December 10, 1950
Jane Froman sings “Embraceable You,” and talks with Jack Lemmon then sings “The Man I Love,” and shares choruses of “Summertime” with Earl Wrightson
http://www.macfilms.com/Mainstream%20Music.htm

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, December 31, 1950
Always; Stardust; Smiles (with Earl Wrightson); and Auld Lang Syne round out this week's program

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, January 21, 1951
Jane Sings Count Every Little Star; Just One Of Thosse Things; Heaven Knows I Miss You; and duets with Earl Wrightson on Never Been In Love Before

Voice of Firestone, NBC, February 5, 1951
Jane sings Dearly Beloved; Goin' Home; Speak To Me Of Love and Begin The Beguine

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, April 8, 1951
Jane sings My Old Kentucky Home; Beautiful Dreamer; Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair; Old Folks At Home; Melancholy Baby; and My Old Kentucky Home (Last two numbers uncertain)

Toast of the Town," CBS, Season 4, Episode 148, April 15, 1951
Jane Froman (guest) Harvey Stone, Bill Tabbert, Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy. “Ed Sullivan’s ‘Toast of the Town,’ originating from Detroit Sunday (15) via CBS-TV, offered a slick, fast-moving show, Jane Froman warbled a couple of tunes, ‘Be My Love’ and 'Big, Wide, Wonderful World,’ with good values.  She also joined Bill Tabbert, of Broadway’s ‘South Pacific,’ in that musical’s ‘Younger Than Springtime’ for a neat duet.” Variety, April 18, 1951

"Toast of the Town," CBS, Season 4, Episode 149, April 22, 1951
Jane Froman (guest) Jan Peerce, Myron Cohen, Jean Babilee & Nathalie Philippart. Jane Sings The Man I Love, and Make The Man Love Me interspersed with Tale Of A Tune

All Star Revue, NBC, Episode Number: 44 Season Num: 2, September 8, 1951
With Ezio Pinza, Jane Froman, Herb Shriner, Valerie Bettis, Ed Wynn, Jimy Durante, Jack Carson, Olsen & Johnson.  “Miss Froman registered strongly in her vocalizintg of ‘Song In My Heart’ and ‘Blue Moon.’” Variety, September 12, 1951

Texaco Star Theater, NBC, September 18, 1951
With Milton Berle, Jane Froman, Eddie Cantor, Eddie Fisher, Nicholas Bros, and others. “Miss Froman is one of the better singers around.  There’s charm and class in her offerings.  She registered excellently with her medley and worked for a brief bit in the finale. Variety, September 26, 1951

Paul Whiteman Goodyear Revue, ABC, November 18, 1951

Ezio Pinza Show, NBC-TV, Friday, 8pm, November 23, 1951
Jane sings With A Song In My Heart; Blue Moon and Speak Low. Variety says: [Froman] “scored strongly with her delivery of ‘Soon’ against a ballet background.  The choreography seemed to be thrown in just for the visual effect, but Miss Froman’s warbling came through as a solo click.” Variety, November 28, 1951.

All Star Revue, September 8, 1951
Season premiere of renamed Four Star Revue with Jane Froman as guest star. Also featuring Ezio Pinza, Herb Shriner, Ben Blue, and Ed Wynn

Stars in Khaki and Blue, NBC, 1952
Wendie Barrie and servicemen in talent contest

Toast of the Town: The Cole Porter Story (Part Two) CBS, March 2, 1952
John Curtis Burn appeared on the show with Jane and was introduced by Sullivan as John Curtis Brown. Jane sings "Just One of those Things," "Begin the Beguine" and "I've Got You Under My Skin"
http://www.tv.com/toast-of-the-town/the-cole-porter-story-part-two/episode/144260/recap.html

Toast of the Town, CBS, March 16, 1952
“Jane Froman made a bief appearance to spiel on behalf of Easter Seals and Sullivan introed a host of all-American basketball players.” Variety, March 19, 1952

Toast of the Town: The Richard Rodgers Story (Part 1) CBS, Season 5, Episode 209, June 15, 1952
Jane Froman, Richard Rodgers, Harold Lang, Lisa Kirk. “Jane Froman sang ‘With A Song In My Heart” and ‘My Heart Stood Still’ with fine voice, brilliant style and distinctive showmanship."Variety, June 18, 1952. She also sang 'Thou Swell'.

USA Canteen, CBS, Saturday, 9 pm, October 18, 1952
Premiere show. “’USA Canteen’…shapes up as an ingratiating half-hour session, sparked by Jane Froman’s excellent warbling and charming personality. 
“Miss Froman opened strongly with ‘It’s A Big Wide Wonderful World’ and segued neatly in’Hello Young Lovers’ with a ballet accompaniment.  Her closing number, ‘You Belong to Me,” also registered solidly, with Miss Froman showing a fluidity of motion across the stage that bespoke her complete recovery.”
Variety, October 22, 1952

USA Canteen, CBS, Saturday, 9 pm, October 25, 1952

USA Canteen, CBS, Saturday, 9 pm, October 18, 1952
Songs: Big Wide Wonderful World, Leave It To Jane, Young Lovers, You Belong To Me

USA Canteen, CBS, Saturday, 9 pm, November 1, 1952
Songs: It's A Good Day Election Day, Parade, Thank You for A Lovely Day, Let's Keep It Yhat Way. Variety's review says, “Jane Froman on ‘USA Canteen’ CBS-TV, Sat) is so deeply identified with soldier entertainmentm that she’d be out of character on a medium so universal as video if she attempted anything else.  Yet Miss Froman manages to reach every type of listener with one of the most articulate singing voices in pop ranks.  It’s a vocal technique readily appreciated because of its innate warmth…. The musical elements are first rate.” Variety, November 5, 1952

USA Canteen, CBS, December 30, 1952
Songs: Gypsy In My Soul, Remember, Truly, Wonder What They're Doing, Getting To Know You

USA Canteen, CBS, January 1, 1953
Songs: It's A Good Day, Let It Snow, Come Rain Or Come Shine, You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

USA Canteen, CBS, January 6, 1953
Songs: They're Either Too Young Or Too Old, I Believe, Cocktails For Two, Speak Low

USA Canteen, CBS, January 8, 1953
Songs: Get Happy, Night and Day, Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered,

USA Canteen, CBS, January 15, 1953
Songs: It's A Lovely Day, Why Don't You Believe Me? Hands Across The Table, There's A Small Hotel

USA Canteen, CBS, January 22, 1953
Songs: Love Is Sweeping The Country,Dancing In The Dark,

This Is Show Business, CBS-TV, Saturday 9pm, January  24, 1953
with Clifton Fadiman, George S. Kaufman, Sam Levenson, Fay Emerson, Jane Froman, Eileen O’Dare, Hank Sylvern. Jane sings “you Go To My Head” with her “w.k. authority” Variety, January 28, 1953

USA Canteen, CBS, January 27, 1953
Songs: Who Cares, Grand Night For Singing, I'll Walk Alone, Because You're Mine

USA Canteen, CBS, January 29, 1953
Songs: Blow Gabriel Blow, Young Lovers, Leave It To Jane

USA Canteen, CBS, February 3, 1953
Songs: It's A Most Unusual Day, I Waltz Alone, Let's Call The Whole Thing Off, A Foggy Day

USA Canteen, CBS, February 5, 1953
Songs: Why, Cause I Found You, I Believe, Blue Moon

Robert Q. Lewis Waxworks Record Show, 1953?

Lux Radio Theater, CBS, February 9, 1953
Songs: Embraceable you, They're Either Too Young Or Too Old, With A Song In My Heart, I'll Walk Alone

USA Canteen, CBS, February 10, 1953
Songs: 'S Wonderful, Outside Of Heaven, Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes, I Only Have Eyes For You

USA Canteen, CBS, February 12, 1953
Songs: Here I Go Again, Si Si, Allez Vous En, I Love You A Mountain

USA Canteen, CBS, February 16, 1953
Songs: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans, Come To The Mardi Gras, My Heart Will Find No Home, Masquerade

USA Canteen, CBS, February 19, 1953
Songs: This Can't Be Love, Begin The Beguine

USA Canteen, CBS, February 24, 1953
Songs: Cockeyed Optimist, Outside of Heaven, I Believe, The Girl Next Door, Where Or When

USA Canteen, CBS, February 24, 1953
Songs: Nice Work If You Can Get It, Pretend You're Happy When You're Blue, Spring Fever

What's My Line? CBS, Episode 144, Season 4, March 1, 1953
Game 3: Jane Froman (as Mystery Guest)

Arlene guessed that the second contestant made saddles. Arlene also had a hand in figuring out that the mystery guest was Jane Froman. John mentioned that Jane Froman's song "I Believe" is a current hit. After the game, Hal mentioned that he was supposed to be on the same flight that Miss Froman was on when her plane crashed!
(A serious moment on What's My Line?)
Hal Block: "You know something else? She and I were supposed to be on the same plane that crashed, weren't we?"
Jane Froman: "That's right. I'm so glad you didn't make it."

http://www.tv.com/whats-my-line/episode-144/episode/93124/summary.html

Answer The Call, WNBC-TV, March 2, 1953
Jane sings "I Believe"

USA Canteen, CBS, March 3, 1953
Songs: Row, Row, Row, By The Light of the Silvery Moon, Sweet Sixteen, My Butterfly Heart, Heart and Sold, I Believe

USA Canteen, CBS, March 5, 1953
Songs: Heart and Soul, I Believe, Whistle A Happy Tune

USA Canteen, CBS, March 10, 1953
Songs: Side By Side, Black Magic, Anywhere I Wander

USA Canteen, CBS, March 12, 1953
Songs: I Feel A Song Coming On, Love In Your Heart, How About You, Man of My Heart, More Than You Know

USA Canteen, CBS, March 17, 1953
Songs: Sunny Side Up, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling(?), Pretend You're Happy When You're Blue, Hours Of Gladness, Across the Sea To Ireland (Galway Bay?)

USA Canteen, CBS, March 19, 1953
Songs: Who Cares, In The Still of the Night, Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk

USA Canteen, CBS, March 24, 1953
Songs: You're The Top, As Time Goes By, What Is This Thing Called Love

USA Canteen, CBS, March 26, 1953
Songs: It's A Big Wide Wonderful World, I'll Remember April and You, April In Paris

USA Canteen, CBS, March 31, 1953
Songs: Pigalle, Ghost Of A Rose, Dite Moi Pour Quoi, Only A Rose

USA Canteen, CBS, April 2, 1953
Songs: Side By Side, I Believe, Easter Parade, Mind If a Lady Wants To Talk!

USA Canteen, CBS, April 9, 1953
Songs: It's Delovely, If There's Love In Your Heart, In My Adobe Hacienda, Penthouse Serenade

USA Canteen, CBS, April 14, 1953
Songs: Gypsy In My Soul, Zigeuner

USA Canteen, CBS, April 16, 1953
Songs: Louisiana Hayride; Lousiana Purchase; Sleepytime Down South; Birth of the Blues

USA Canteen, CBS, April 20, 1953
Songs: Anything Goes, I'm In Love; I Believe; Allez Vous En, Go Away; It's All Right With Me

USA Canteen, CBS, April 23, 1953
Songs: I'm Sitting On Top Of The World, Tell Me Why, Bicycle Built For Two, Trolley Song,

USA Canteen, CBS, April 28, 1953
Songs: When The Red, Red, Robbin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbing Along; The Night Was Made For Love; Pretend; Kisses in the Night; The Night Was Made For Love

USA Canteen, CBS, April 30, 1953
Songs: Let's Get Away From It All; I Believe; When It's Twilight On The Trail;

USA Canteen, CBS, May 5, 1953
Songs: Beyond The Blue Horizon; I Can Dream, Can't I; Ukelele Lady; Bali Hai; Sweet Leilani

USA Canteen, CBS, May 7, 1953
Songs: Way Back Home; Say You're Mine Again; My Hometown; My Mom

USA Canteen, CBS, May 12, 1953
Songs: There's No Business Like Show Business; Alexander's Rag Time Band; Say It With Music; Cheek to Cheek

USA Canteen, CBS, May 14, 1953
Songs: Side by Side; When We Kiss; I Worry and Wonder

USA Canteen, CBS, May 19, 1953
Songs: It's A Big Wide Wonderful World; Allez Vous En; Again

USA Canteen, CBS, May 21, 1953
Songs: Cockeyed Optimist; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered; It's A Lovely Day

USA Canteen, CBS,May 26, 1953
Songs: I'm Sittin' On Top of the World; Take A Trip in a Rocket Ship; Destination Moon; If I Loved You A Mountain; Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better; Black Magic

USA Canteen, CBS, May 28, 1953
Songs: Love Never Went To College; I'm Walking Behind You On Your Wedding Day; Yours Along; Man of My Heart; Soon

USA Canteen, CBS, June 2, 1953
Songs: June Is Bustin' Out All Over; Flirtation Walk; I Believe; Dearly Beloved

USA Canteen, CBS, June 4, 1953
Songs: Blue Skies; Young Lovers; This Was A Real Nice Clambake; Tennessee Fish Fry

USA Canteen, CBS, June 9, 1953
Songs: Blowin' My Honey Back To Me; Far Away Places; My Shining Hour; I Cover the Waterfront

USA Canteen, CBS, June 11, 1953
Songs: Row, Row, Row; If I Love You A Bit; The Band Played On; They all Laughed At Christopher Columbus; I'm Old Fashioned

USA Canteen, CBS, June 16, 1953
Songs: I've Got The Sun In The Morning; Another Opening; :Life on the Wicked Stage; Summertime; The Nearness of You

USA Canteen, CBS, June 18, 1953
Songs: Nice Work If You Can Get It; Steppin' Out with My Baby; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Buttons and Bows; Try A Little Tenderness

USA Canteen, CBS, June 23, 1953
Songs: Surrey With The Fringe On Top; Meet Me In St. Louis; Again; Spring Fever

USA Canteen, CBS, June 25, 1953
Songs: Manhattan; No Other Love; I'm In Love Again; My Funny Valentine

USA Canteen, CBS, June 30, 1953
Songs: I Like Music; Glow Little Glow Worm; The Old Piano Roll Blues; My Shining Hour; Say It With Music

USA Canteen, CBS, July 2, 1953
Songs: Here I Go Again; Si Si; Allez Vous En; If I Love You A Mountain

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 1, 1953
First show of the season. Jane wears a mink-trimmed gown and sings Keep It Gay, No Other Love, With A Song In My Heart; Allex Vous En and A Foggy Day

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 3, 1953
Songs: That's Entertainment; Big Black Giant; Dancing In The Dark

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 8, 1953
Songs: Mañana; Orchids In The Moonlight; Via Con Dios. Tonight, Jane appears wearing a red and black lace gown

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 10, 1953
Songs: Steppin' Out With My Baby; I'm The Girl You Own; P.S. I Love You

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 15, 1953
Songs: Buckle Down Winsocki; The Old Ox Road; High Above Cayuga's Waters; Wiffenpoof Song

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 17, 1953
Songs: Good News; Autumn In New York; Shall We Dancel C'est Si Bon

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 22, 1953
Songs: Come Si Come, Sa; Love; Eternally

The Jane Froman Show: "Gershwin Concert," CBS, September 24, 1953
Songs: I Got Rhythm; Embraceable You; Summertime; The Man I Love

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 29, 1953
Songs: Blue Skies; Let's Call The Whole Thing Off; No Other Love

ABC Orchid Award, ABC, September 29, 1953

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 1, 1953
Songs: Take Me Out To The Ball Game; Two Loves Have I; You, You, You; Let's Be Buddies

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 6, 1953
Songs: Another Opening, Another Show; I Love Paris; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Keep It Gay

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 8, 1953
Songs: We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines; Shine On Harvest Moon; Way Back Home; It's A Grand Night For Singing

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 13, 1953
Songs: It's A Good Day; I've Got My Eye On You; It's So Peaceful In The Country; Just One Of Those Things

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 15, 1953
Songs: I'm Beginning To See The Light; My Shining Hour; I Believe

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 20, 1953
Songs: Paper Moon; More Than You Know; Barney Google; I Wanna Be Loved

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 22, 1953
Songs: Cuba; Vaya Con Dios; Yuba On The Tuba; The Night Was Made For Love; She Went to Havana

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 27, 1953
Songs: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans; Allez Vous En; Come Rain or Come Shine; Blow, Gabriel Blow

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 29, 1953
Songs: Whistle A Happy Tune; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; Haunted Heart; Ebb Tide

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 3, 1953
Songs: Alexander's Rag Time Band; Long Ago And Far Away; No Other Love. A highlight of this day was the birthday party and cake Jane's fan club, the Fromanettes presented to her on stage during rehearsal.

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 5, 1953
Songs: When My Dreamboat Comes Home; Getting to Know You; Do Something; All I have Belongs to You

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 10, 1953
Songs: It's Delovely; C'est Magnifique; You Do Something To Me; The Sun In The Morning

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 12, 1953
Songs: It's A Big Wide Wonderful World; Pale Hands I Love; Over The Rainbow; Many Times

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 17, 1953
Songs: California Here I Come; Bewitched; S'Wonderful; The Sound of Love

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 19, 1953
Songs: Keep It Gay; You're Just Too Marvelous; Night and Day; Vaya Con Dios

Dinner With The President, CBS, November 23, 1953
All-star party which celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Anti-Defamation League. Guests include Dwight Eisenhower

The Jane Froman Show: "Arthur Schwartz," CBS, November 24, 1953
Songs: New Sun In The Sky; With A Shine On Your Face; Something To Remember You Vy; Dancing In The Dark; Louisiana Hayride

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 26, 1953
Songs: Thank You Father; I'm Old Fashioned; Home; America

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 1, 1953
Songs: You Gotta Be A Football Hero; My Bill; On Observatory Hill; Buckle Down Winsockie

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 3, 1953
Songs: Let's Get Away From It All; Heat Wave; Stranger In Paradise; I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

The Jane Froman Show: "The Old South," CBS, December 8, 1953
Songs: Waitin' For the Robert E. Lee; I'm In Love With You; Yesterdays; By The Light Of The Silvery Moon; If Every Day Were Christmas

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 10, 1953
Songs: C'est Bon; I Love Paris; C'est Magnifique; Hands Across the Table

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 17, 1953
Songs: Beyond The Blue Horizon; Isn't It Romantic; All The Things You Are; In The Still of the Night

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 22, 1953
Songs: It's A Good Day; If Every Day Were Christmas; Hello Young Lovers; Tobe of Calvary

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 24, 1953
Songs: Winter Wonderland; The Christmas Song; Deck The Halls; Silent Night; It's All In Your Heart

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 29, 1953
Songs: Manhattan; My Romance; Stranger In Paradise; That's Amore. Mrs. Hetzler is at the studio

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 31, 1953
Songs: Who Cares; Baubles Bangles and Beads; It Could Happen to You; Auld Lang Syne

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 5, 1954
Songs: It's A Lovely Day; June In January; All Alone; That's Entertainment

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 7, 1954
Songs: Riding High; Twilight On The Trail; So In Love; Change Partners

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 12, 1954
Songs: Old Buttermilk Sky; Skylark; Heart and Soul; Stardust

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 14, 1954
Songs: Row, Row, Row; Rings On My Fingers; Tell Me Pretty Maiden; They Wouldn't Believe Me

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 19, 1954
Songs: Gypsy In My Soul; BeYond The Sea; Black Magic; The Sound Of Love

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 21, 1954
Songs: Taking A Chance On Love; Love Is Love; My Funny Valentine; It's All in Your Heart

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 26, 1954
Songs: Anything Goes; Alone; Stranger In Paradise; Zing Went the Strings of My Heart

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, January 28, 1954
Songs: Who; Look For The Silver Lining; The Night Was Made For Love; Can't Help Lovin' That Man

Texaco Star Theater (Milton Berle's Buick Hour,) NBC, Episode 233, Season 6, February 2, 1954
guests include singer Jane Froman

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, February 4, 1954
Songs: Winter Wonderland; The Man I Love; Spring Fever; Change Partners

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, February 11, 1954
Songs: Stephen Foster Medley; Beautiful Dreamer; My Old Kentucky Home

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, February 18, 1954
Songs: Sun In The Morning; Beyond The Sea; It's All In Your Heart; It's Delovely

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, February 25, 1954
Betty Ann Grove and John Raitt Replace Jane while she's on vacation.

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, March 11, 1954
Songs: Beyond The Blue Horizon; Baubles, Bangles and Beads; Secret Love; It's All In Your Heart

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, March 18, 1954
Songs: Thou Swell; Backward, Turn Backward; Young At Heart; Anything Goes

The Jackie Gleason Show, CBS, March 20, 1954
Songs: It's A Good Day; Backward, Turn Backward; With A Song In My Heart medley

The Jane Froman Show: "The Coming of Spring," CBS, March 25, 1954
Songs: It's A Big Wide Wonderful World; You Do Something To Me

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, April 1, 1954
Songs: That's Entertainment; Young At Heart; Paper Moon; I Solemnly Swear;

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, April 15, 1954
Songs: My Secret Love; I Believe

The Jane Froman Show: "DJ Show," CBS, April 29, 1954
Jane sings "It's All In your Heart" How About You" and "Backward Turn Backward"

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, May 27, 1954
Songs: Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; You're the Top; Someone Longs For You

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, June 3, 1954
Songs: It's A Great Life; Here In This Enchanted Place' How About You; Young At Heart

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, July 16, 1954
Last show of the season

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 16, 1954
First show of the season. Jane sings I Feel A Song Coming On; Hey There; The Man That Got Away; From This Moment On

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, September 23, 1954
Jane sings Sugar Candy; Joey; Autumn Leaves and Autumn In New York

The Jane Froman Show: "Masquerade Show," CBS, September 30, 1954
This is the first color telecast. Jane sings "That Old Black Magic" and From "This Moment On"

The Jane Froman Show: "On Your Toes," CBS, October 7, 1954
The show opens with the song "On Your Toes". Sitting on a wishing well, she sings There's A Small Hotel; Glad To Be Unhappy; Fools Rush In; It's Gotta Be Love is the fourth song on the program followed by three lines from the closing theme of With A Song In My Heart.

The Jane Froman Show: "Awards Show," CBS, October 14, 1954
Jane's song list is "Over The Rainbow," "Cockeyed Optimist," "You Are My Lucky Star" and "This is my Lucky Day"

The Jane Froman Show: "Anniversary of Light," CBS, October 21, 1954
Jane's songs for this show are "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend," "I Believe In Miracles," The Old Lamplighter," and "I Believe"

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, October 28, 1954
Jane sings a medley from "Wintergreen For President" including "There's Gonna Be A Parade," "Most Important Man in the USA," and"Strike Up the Band". Additional songs are "If I Give My Heart to You," "Count Your Blessings" and "There's Gonna Be A Great Day"

The Jane Froman Show: "Harold Arlen," CBS, November 4, 1954
Songs are Get Happy; Blues in the Night; Come Rain Or Come Shine; The Man That Got Away

The Jane Froman Show: "Football," CBS, November 11, 1954
"Buckle Down Winsocki," "Song From Desiree," "They Didn't Believe Me" and "Hooray For Love." Jane was given a backstage birthday party

The Jane Froman Show, "1927" CBS, November 18, 1954
Jane's songs are "Blue Skies," My Heart Stood Still," "Hallellujah" and "Can't Help Loving Dat Man"

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, November 25, 1954
Jane is out sick and is replaced for by Betty Ann Grove

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 2, 1954
Jane is out sick and is replaced for by Merv Griffin

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 9, 1954
Jane is out sick and is replaced for by Betty Ann Grove and Merv Griffin

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 16, 1954
Jane is back on the show. Sings Play Orchestra Play; Ziguener; Mad About The Boy and My Secret Heart

The Jane Froman Show: "Christmas," CBS, December 23, 1954
Jane songs are Let It Snow; Christmas In Killarney; If Every Day Were Christmas; Good King Wenceslas; Silent Night

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, December 30, 1954
Jane sings It's A Big Wide Wonderful World; New Year; Hello Young Lovers, Smile and Auld Lang Syne

The Jane Froman Show: "Oscar Show," CBS, January 6, 1955
Songs: Lullaby of Broadway; Last Time I Saw Paris; Swinging On A Star; Zip A Dee Doo Dah; Song From Desiree

The Jane Froman Show: "Weather," CBS, January 13, 1955
Songs: It's A Good Day; Look For the Silver Lining; Stormy Weather; A New Sun In The Sky

The Jane Froman Show: "Booth Hotel," CBS, January 20, 1955
Songs: Let's Begin; Yesterdays; You're Devastating; The Touch of Your Hand; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

The Jane Froman Show: "Snowman," CBS, January 27, 1955
Songs: Winter Wonderland; My Bill; I'm Just Wild About Harry; The Man That Got Away; It's So Nice to Have A Man Around the House

The Jane Froman Show: "Nightclub Show," CBS, February 3, 1955
Songs: It's A Great Life; Counting My Blessings; Finger of Suspicion

The Jane Froman Show: "Valentine Show," CBS, February 10, 1955
Songs: Love; The Man I Love; It Never Entered My Mind; From This Moment On

The Jane Froman Show: "Las Vegas," CBS, February 17, 1955
Songs: Taking A Chance On Love; That's All I Want From You; Melody of Love; I Wonder

The Jane Froman Show: "Fan Mail," CBS, February 24, 1955
Songs: It's A Big Wide Wonderful World; Sympathetic Eyes; Tea For Two; Finger of Suspicion

The Jane Froman Show CBS, March 3, 1955
Jane's in Florida. She's replaced by Merv Griffin

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, March 10, 1955
Songs: Get Happy; That's All I Want From You; You Do Something To Me; Black Magic

The Jane Froman Show: "Tribute to Frank Loesser," CBS, March 17, 1955
Songs: If I Were A Bell; Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year; Hoop Dee Doo; Rodger Young

The Jane Froman Show: "Spring Show," CBS, March 24, 1955
Songs: It's A Most Unusual Day; S-P-R-I-N-G; Why Shouldn't I Know Of Love; Spring Is Here; I Wonder

The Jane Froman Show: "Tribute to Songwriters," CBS, March 31, 1955
Songs: I Feel A Song Coming On; Love, Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere; I Never Felt This Way Before; September Song

The Jane Froman Show: "Circus," CBS, April 7, 1955,
Songs: That's Entertainment; Sincerely; Sympathetic Eyes; Riding High

The Jane Froman Show: "Paris," CBS, April 14, 1955

The Jane Froman Show: "Antiques," CBS, April 21, 1955

The Jane Froman Show: "Rhythm and Blues," CBS, April 28, 1955
Songs:

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, May 5, 1955
Wearing jodphurs, Jane sings How About You; Dream Beside Me; Stardust; I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

The Jane Froman Show: "Westward Ho," CBS, May 12, 1955
Songs: Breezin' Along With The Breeze; Unchained Melody; The Story of Lola Montez. Sid Feller joins Jane on stage after the show.

The Jane Froman Show: "Cafe Show," CBS, May 19, 1955
Troupe lounges at a Manhattan East Side cafe as Jane sings Cockeyed Optimist, Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White (?) and Blue Skies

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, May 26, 1955
Songs: One For My Baby; Something's Gotta Give; Stardust; Pass It On

The Jane Froman Show: "June Bride," CBS, June 2, 1955
Songs are June Is Bustin' Out All Over; Making Whoopie; I Love You

The Jane Froman Show: "Tribute to Vincent Youmans," CBS, June 9, 1955
Songs: I Got Rhythm

The Jane Froman Show, CBS, June 16, 1955
Jane sings I Love The Look of You (with Merv Griffin and Rita Farrell)

The Jane Froman Show: "Graduation Day," CBS, June 23, 1955,
Jane sings More I Cannot Wish You; It's A Most Unusual Day; You Gotta Have Heart; I Wonder

The Jane Froman Show: "Last Show," CBS, June 30, 1955,
Jane is stunning wearing a champagne colored Dior Gown and a new hair style. Songs are Get Happy; Summertime In Venice; Side By Side; I Believe

The Jimmy Durante Show, NBC, Episode Number: 33 Season 2, December 31, 1955
Singer Jane Froman is this week's guest. Wanting to be a part of Club Durant's 25th anniversary celebration, she joins up with Eddie Jackson to buy Jimmy a present. Durante peforms "You're the Cream in My Coffee" and "Well Dressed Man".

The Arthur Murray Dance Party, April 12, 1956,

The NBC Comedy Hour, (Host) NBC, Episode 13 Season 1, April 29, 1956
Singer Jane Froman is this week's host. Her guests include: comics Jonathan Winters, Cliff Arquette and Larry Storch; and actors Pat Stanley and Dave Willock.

Vic Damone Show, August 27, 1956

Walter Winchell Show, November 9, 1956

The Bell Telephone Hour: Our Musical Ambassadors NBC, January 1, 1960
Louis Armstrong, Shirley Jones, Jane Froman, Taina Elg, Allegra Kent. (8:30-9:30 p.m.)

The Arthur Murray Dance Party, January 5, 1960
Jane danced.

The Ed Sullivan Show, Season Number: 13, Episode 616, May 15, 1960
CBS, Jane Froman, James Cagney, Robert Montgomery, Julie Wilson

 

 

 

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