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Dinah Shore Show

11/27/51 - 7/18/1957
NBC 15 minutes
Black & White

Dinah Shore Chevy Show

10/5/56 - 5/12/1963
NBC 60 minutes
Black & White

Dinah!

1974 - 1980
Syndicated 90 minutes
Talk show


Dinah Shore Show
Dinah Shore



Dinah and Her New Best Friends

6/5/1976 - 7/31/1976 NBC 60 minutes
Summer replacement for Carol Burnett

Cast

Dinah Shore - Host
Skylarks - Vocals (Dinah Shore Show)
Notables - Vocals (Dinah Shore Show)
Tucker Freeman - Pianist (Dinah Shore Show)
External Links
TV Guide's Dinah Shore Chevy Show Page, with TV Listings, Photos, Videos, Exclusive News and More.

Dinah Shore Tidbits

WAV - Dinah singing her signature, "See the USA in a Cheverolet..."

Dinah Shore was this lovely lady who was welcomed into American homes for over 25 years. She was also one of the first women to have her own show.

She started in radio in the late Thirties, was recording by the Forties, and was on TV by the Fifties. Her first show (The Dinah Shore Show) was on twice weekly and filled the spot unfilled by the then 15 minute evening news.

The custom back then was for a single sponsor to place their name upon a show and so her next venture was a variety show named The Dinah Shore Chevy Show.

Ms. Shore used to end her show by singing, "See the USA in your Chevrolet" and then tossing the audience a big kiss. (See picture below)

Passings

Dinah Shore died in 1994 of ovarian cancer.


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Dinah was married to actor George Montgomery from 1943-1963, and much later had a love affair with Burt Reynolds who was 19 years her junior. You go girl!

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