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  • Dec 8, 1961
    Roy Rogers & Dale Evans are featured guests during the NBC-TV music series "The Bell Telephone Hour"
    Dec 27, 1961
    "The Steve Allen Show" airs for the last time on NBC, more than five years after it began. The variety series' comedic host wrote the 1950 crossover hit "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)," recorded by Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely
    Mar 16, 1962
    Patti Page appears on an episode of NBC-TV's "The Bell Telephone Hour" celebrating the "Music Of Love"
    Sep 12, 1962
    "The Rebel" airs on prime-time TV for the last time, with Johnny Cash singing the theme song. The show, starring Nick Adams, ran for three years on ABC, and NBC broadcast re-runs during the summer of '62
    Dec 20, 1962
    The Osmonds make their first appearance on NBC-TV's "The Andy Williams Show." The group goes on to become a significant pop act in the early-1970s and backs Conway Twitty on a 1983 country remake of The Eagles' "Heartache Tonight"
    Dec 27, 1962
    Tennessee Ernie Ford is a guest on "The Andy Williams Show" on NBC
    Jan 18, 1963
    Patti Page makes a return appearance on "The Bell Telephone Hour." The NBC show also features Fred Waring and Melissa Hayden
    Feb 28, 1963
    Roy Rogers & Dale Evans appear on NBC's "The Andy Williams Show"
    May 14, 1963
    Sons Of The Pioneers alumnus Doye O'Dell guests on the NBC-TV western "Empire"
    Sep 17, 1963
    The western series "Laramie" ends a four-year run on NBC. "Georgia On My Mind" songwriter Hoagy Carmichael acted during the first season

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