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". The facts of "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. Among the performers on the show was 5 year old Mary Prevost and 7 year old composer/pianist Paul Schoenfield. The reward for performing was a can of New Era potato chips.

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