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The Judy Canova Show (1943-1953)



The Judy Canova Show 

(1943-1953)

Comedy / Musical Variety

Cast: Judy Canova and Mel Blanc

The Judy Canova show was a hit comedy-musical variety show that aired between 1943 and 1953.  Judy Canova was both a real person and a caricature of a loveable hayseed, who played guitar, sang and did hog calls.  The show would open with a monologue and song and go into a situation comedy skit.  Judy would spin yarns about her pig named Loverboy or about her Cousin Ureenus, who loved his chopped liver ice cream.

Mel Blanc contributed greatly to the comedy on the Judy Canova show, as a writer and in his role as Pedro the Mexican Gardener-Chauffeur.  During war times, the show used its most unforgettable catchphrase during the closing theme, Goodnight Soldier, where Judy said, "Wherever you may be..my heart's lonely..without you".





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