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  • Jul 14, 1952
    "The Eddy Arnold Show" debuts as a summer replacement series on CBS-TV, but ends up running on all three major networks through September 1956
    Sep 11, 1952
    The daily CBS variety program "The Steve Allen Show" is telecast for the final time. Allen wrote the Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely country hit "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)"
    Sep 21, 1952
    CBS viewers watch Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and "Over The Rainbow" songwriter Harold Arlen take bows from the audience on "Toast Of The Town," hosted live from New York by Ed Sullivan
    Sep 25, 1952
    The CBS series "Music Hall," hosted by Patti Page, airs for the last time after less than three months on the air
    Dec 8, 1952
    Jimmy Boyd sings "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" in an installment of "The Perry Como Show" on CBS
    Feb 15, 1953
    Gene Autry joins Bing Crosby and Molly Bee on the Ed Sullivan-hosted CBS variety show "Talk Of The Town"
    Sep 20, 1953
    Gene Autry sings "Back In The Saddle Again," "Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "Your Cheatin' Heart" on CBS-TV's "Toast Of The Town," destined to become "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Oct 25, 1953
    Patti Page performs "The Tennessee Waltz" on the CBS variety show "Talk Of The Town," destined to become "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    May 3, 1954
    Tennessee Ernie Ford makes the first of three guest appearances on "I Love Lucy" as hick relative Uncle Ernie. The plot includes a rendition of "Wabash Cannonball"
    May 10, 1954
    Tennessee Ernie Ford makes his second guest appearance as rural Uncle Ernie on CBS' "I Love Lucy." Viewers get renditions of "Wabash Cannonball" and "Y'all Come"

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