Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour
Born Today
Home / Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour

Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour

Comedy | Family | Music
IMDB rate:
Country: USA
Release Date: 1948-01-18
Filming Locations: Adelphi Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Ted Mack
Himself - Host (5 episodes, 1949-1968)
Did you know?
Ann-Margret made her TV debut on the Amateur Hour, December 22, 1957. Lewis Walcott appeared May 15, 1949 - he later became famous as Louis Farrakhan. Pat Boone made his TV debut on the Amateur Hour July 18, 1953. The show became a half-hour program in September, 1957, although it still was called the "Amateur Hour".
Share this
This program aired on Sunday evenings at 7:00 pm EST over the DuMont Television Network.
Share this
Acrobat, Coach Russell Nesbit (born Charles James Russell Nesbit) performed on this TV show. Mr. Nesbit was the leader of the Flying Nesbits acrobatic troupe in the 1950s.
Share this
Himself - Host: [Recurring phrase] Round and round she goes, and where she stops, nobody knows."
Share this
Popular Celebrities