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  • Dec 13, 1953
    "Back In The Saddle Again" songwriter Ray Whitley joins the regular cast--including Dale Evans and Pat Brady--in an episode of NBC's "The Roy Rogers Show" titled "The Peddler From Pecos"
    Jan 3, 1954
    Ray Whitley returns to NBC's "The Roy Rogers Show," appearing in an episode titled "Little Dynamite" alongside regulars Dale Evans and Pat Brady
    Jan 4, 1954
    The daily children's program "The Pinky Lee Show" begins airing on NBC-TV. The cast includes country music's Molly Bee
    Jan 17, 1954
    NBC's "The Roy Rogers Show" welcomes guest Ray Whitley in an episode titled "The Kid From Silver City," also featuring regular cast members Dale Evans and Pat Brady
    Feb 20, 1954
    Eddy Arnold is a special guest on NBC-TV's "The Spike Jones Show"
    Jul 4, 1954
    The television game show "The Kollege Of Musical Knowledge," formerly hosted by big band figure Kay Kyser, returns on NBC, with Tennessee Ernie Ford hosting. It lasts only two months
    Sep 12, 1954
    "The Kollege Of Musical Knowledge" airs for the final time on NBC-TV, with Tennessee Ernie Ford hosting the game show
    Sep 27, 1954
    "The Tonight Show" premieres on NBC. Originally called "Tonight," it's first hosted by Steve Allen, some four years after the comedian wrote a country crossover hit: "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)" by Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely
    Oct 2, 1954
    "The George Gobel Show" debuts on NBC-TV, a pivotal moment for the show's star, who first gained acclaim as a comedian on WLS Radio's "National Barn Dance"
    Jan 4, 1955
    Tennessee Ernie Ford's daytime TV show begins airing on NBC

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