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  • Feb 1, 1955
    Roy Rogers & Dale Evans guest on NBC's "The Bob Hope Show"
    Mar 3, 1956
    Ernest Stoneman, of The Stoneman Family, tapes an appearance on NBC-TV's "The Big Surprise." His run on the game show lasts five weeks, as he earns $10,000
    Mar 10, 1956
    Ernest "Pop" Stoneman, of The Stoneman Family, is a guest on NBC-TV's "The Big Surprise." The game show, taped one week earlier, begins a five-week winning streak for Stoneman, who earns $10,000 by answering trivia questions
    Apr 3, 1956
    Elvis Presley appears on NBC's "The Milton Berle Show" from the deck of the U.S.S. Hancock in San Diego. He sings "Shake, Rattle And Roll," "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Heartbreak Hotel," and Berle repeatedly calls him Elvin during a comedy sketch
    May 11, 1956
    "The Pinky Lee Show" ends a two-year run as a daily kids program on NBC-TV. The cancellation provides a little scheduling freedom for cast member Molly Bee
    Jun 5, 1956
    Elvis Presley appears on Milton Berle's NBC-TV show, performing "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" and "Hound Dog." One critic derides Presley's moves as "the mating dance of an aborigine"
    Jun 16, 1956
    "The Patti Page Show" begins a four-week run on NBC-TV as a summer replacement series for "The Perry Como Show"
    Jun 24, 1956
    "The Steve Allen Show" begins a five-year run on NBC. The variety series' comedic host wrote the 1950 crossover hit "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)," recorded by Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely
    Jul 1, 1956
    Elvis Presley appears on the second airing of NBC's "The Steve Allen Show," wearing a tuxedo and singing "Hound Dog" to a basset hound
    Jul 7, 1956
    "The Patti Page Show" closes out a four-week summer stint on NBC-TV

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