The Show Goes On (TV series)

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The Show Goes On was a television variety show that aired in the United States on CBS Television from January 19, 1950 to January 16, 1952. The television program was the first starring role for the host Robert Q. Lewis.

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The show featured celebrities who appraised new talent as they competed for actual nightclub and theater bookings.[1]

The opening theme, titled "The Show Goes On Opening", was composed by Raymond A. Bloch.[2]

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