The Auntie Dee Show

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The Auntie Dee Show was a 1950s television show in the United States. The show's host Dee Parker sang with Jimmy Dorsey's band before she found fame in Detroit [early 1950s] as TV kiddie talent show host, "Auntie Dee". "Uncle Jimmy" (Stevenson) was the piano player. Parker moved to Los Angeles in 1956, where she continued her TV show and was a fixture at local supper clubs. She died in 2000. ld One of the performers on the The Auntie Dee Show was 5 year old singer, Mary Prevost. The reward for performing was a can of New Era potato chips.

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