| Season 6, Episode 33 |
#201 in Series
|Air date||May 16, 1965|
|Written by||Richard Carr|
|Directed by||Gerd Oswald|
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The ladies on the Entertainment Committee want something a bit different for the town's anniversary celebration. They want a play or maybe Shakespeare. It's voted that Ben has the connections to find just the act the ladies had all ordered.
In charge of entertainment for Virginia City's anniversary celebration, Ben talks a retired opera diva into returning to the stage. She's so excited by the invitation that she forgets to mention that her beautiful singing voice is ancient history.
Cast and CharactersEdit
- Betty Endicott: Brunette in Yellow Dress
- Billy M. Greene: Pianist
- Cosmo Sardo: Townsman
- George DeNormand: Audience Member
- Ian Wolfe: Amos the Manager
- Jeanne Determann: Mrs. Finch
- John Frederick: Charlie Caruthers/Townsman
- Martha Manor: Blonde Townswoman
- Matthew McCue: Audience Member
- Robert Foulk: Townsman
- Ron Randell: Carleton Ames
- Viveca Lindfors: Angela Bergstrom
- Marni Nixon: Angela Bergstrom (singing voice)
- Winnie Collins: Mrs. Edna Brown
Did you know?Edit
- German episode title: "Die Welt der Musik", meaning "The World Of Music".
- There is an inside joke involving a comment about Shakespeare that refers to the recent departure of Pernell Roberts.