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Looking Back at 'Your Hit Parade'

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Looking Back at 'Your Hit Parade'

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Looking Back at 'Your Hit Parade'

Looking Back at 'Your Hit Parade'

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The radio program Your Hit Parade, which began on NBC Radio 70 years ago and ended on television 24 years later. It featured a stock company of singers perform the week's most popular songs to an audience of millions.

Correction April 21, 2005

The song "Dance with Me Henry" was a cover of Etta James' "Roll with Me Henry." The title of the original is not "Work with Me Annie."

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