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["Hungarian March," "Lover Come Back to Me," Poster Contest]

Saturday, April 15, 1950

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.


Note on 1960's transfer slip: Side 2 missing.


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[Latin American Music, Math Class, Funds Drive]

Friday, January 13, 1950

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.

Performers are named before or after each performance.


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["Medals or Money - Esther Williams," "Body and Soul," "The Blues of the Record Man"]

Saturday, October 29, 1949

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.

Story of swimming star Esther William's career.

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["Busy Fingers," Accordian, The Lost Battalion, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"]

Monday, September 19, 1949

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.

Musical performances and the story of the Lost Battalion.


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[Peanut Vendor, "I'll be hanged if they're gonna hang me"

Saturday, January 01, 1949

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Variety show includes performances by children ...

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[Accordian Solo, Boxing League, Three Debutantes]

Saturday, October 25, 1947

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.

P.A.L. youngster performs accordion solo, announcement about boxing league, debutantes ...

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[Christopher Columbus, Violin Solo, Peanut Vendor]

Saturday, October 18, 1947

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.

Performers are named before or after each performance.


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["Christmas Lullaby," "Strange Love," PAL Benefit Show]

Saturday, December 07, 1946

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Variety show includes performances by children of the P.A.L. and short skits by the Police Athletic League Players.

Performers are named before or after each performance.


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["We've Got Fish for Supper," "Please Don't Squeeze-a the Banana," "Wanting You"]

Saturday, August 24, 1946

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"We've Got Fish for Supper"
"Please Don't Squeeze-a the Banana"
"Wanting You"

Features the Police Athletic League Players.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC ...

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[Lover Come Back To Me, P.A.L. Boat Rides, Hattie from Haiti]

Tuesday, January 01, 1946

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Musical acts and comedy skits as ...

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[Police Athletic League PSA ; war news].

Thursday, June 01, 1944

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Children sing"Home on the Range" followed ...

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[Instrumental medley, White Christmas, Silent Night]

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Begins abruptly. First half missing.

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[Christmas Special: "Rudolph," "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"]

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Variety show includes performances by children ...

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