Judy Canova with Mel Blanc - Hans Conried - Verna Felton - Joe Kearns - Sheldon Leonard - Judy Canova album
Signed copy - Judy Canova with Mel Blanc-Hans Conried-Verna Felton-Joe Kearns-Sheldon Leonard: Meet The Folks, Two Gun Judy Saloon, Ma And Pa, Two Gun Judy, More Ma Media Type Is - LP Records. Judy Canova Hoosier Hot Shots Hurrah Records. Judy Canova LP Vinyl 1958 Mono Record Arranged and Conducted by Lew Raymond.
Judy has decided to augment her vocal talent by becoming a musician and as the scene opes she is practicing on the saxophon. ile.
Judy's Radio Audition (Aired October 19, 1946). Joseph Kearns as Benchley Botsford and Sharon Douglas as Brenda-with Gale Gordon, Sheldon Leonard and Hans Conried also making periodic appearances. The Sportsmen Quartet joined the show in 1943 and backed Judy on most of her songs, and the Charles Dant Orchestra provided the rest, usually supporting Canova's country warble. Western singer and actor Eddie Dean also appeared with Canova on numerous occasions durin.
The Judy Canova Show is an American old-time radio comedy-variety program. It was broadcast on CBS July 6, 1943-June 27, 1944, and on NBC January 13, 1945-June 30, 1951, and December 29, 1951-May 28, 1953. Each version differed from the others to some extent, although comedy and music remained the focal points. The program is notable for being the medium in which Judy Canova found her greatest success.
She appeared on Broadway and in films. She hosted her own self-titled network radio program, a popular series broadcast from 1943 to 1955. Juliette Canova (some sources indicate Julietta Canova) ( 1913-11-20 ) November 20, 1913 or November 20, 1916 Starke, Florida, .
Judy Canova (November 20, 1913 – August 5, 1983) (another source gives her birth date as November 20, 1916), born Juliette Canova (some sources indicate Julietta Canova), was an American comedian, actress, singer, and radio personality. She appeared on Broadway and in films. She hosted her own self-titled network radio program, a popular series broadcast from 1943 to 1955 Photo from 1944 advertisement for the Judy Canova Show my heart's lonely. without you") and used her free time to sell .
Born Juliette Canova to Joseph Francis, a cottonbroker, and Henrietta Perry Canova in Starke, Florida (near Jacksonville), her singing mother encouraged all her children to perform. Judy, the youngest of the Canova brood, eventually joined older siblings Anne and Zeke in a singing vaudeville and radio act. They billed themselves as the Three Georgia Crackers in and about Florida. As she got older, Judy hoped to attend the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, but the Depression left her with no option but to try out the sibling act out in New York
Judy Canova (November 20, 1913 - August 5, 1983) was an American comedienne, actress, singer and radio personality. Leonard, and Hans Conried also making periodic appearances. The Sportsmen Quartet, soon to become familiar to fans of Jack Benny, provided some of the music and the Charles Dant Orchestra provided the rest, usually supporting Canova's country warble. She was sometimes known as the Ozark Nightingale my heart's lonely. After the war, she introduced a new closing theme that she once said she remembered.
|1A||Meet The Folks|
|1B||Two Gun Judy Saloon|
|1C||Ma And Pa|
|2A||Two Gun Judy|
|2B||More Ma And Pa|
|2C||Two Gun Judy|