"Laugh a while...let a song be your style..." and enjoy radio's most outrageous comedy couple: Phil Harris and Alice Faye. They are off to a raucous start in these classic early episodes, co-starring Elliott Lewis as the unforgettable Frankie Remley! Stunts, gags, and over-the-top shenanigans are enabled by the diabolical delivery boy Julius Abbruzio (played by the delightful Walter Tetley). Cameo appearances are provided by Gale Gordon, Frank Nelson, Mel Blanc - and the dashing Robert Taylor decides to fill in for an absent Phil...and sings "That's What I Like About the South!"
Episodes include: Selling The House 10-19-47; A Day With Phil Harris 10-26-47; Phil's Band At High School 11-02-47; 7th Anniversary Gift 11-09-47; Phil Builds a Playroom 11-16-47; Phil Sees the Doctor 11-23-47; Phil's Hobby 11-30-47; A Dog for the Kids 12-07-47; Buying a Gift for Mr. Fitch 12-14-47; Annual Christmas Show 12-21-47; Mr. Fitch Comes to Dinner 12-28-47; Phil's Birthday 01-04-48; Phil Looks for a Guest Host 01-11-48; Robert Taylor Fills In for Phil 01-18-48; Phil Thinks He's Being Replaced 01-25-48; Phil Doesn't Want Willie to Move In 02-01-48.
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