YOUR HIT PARADE TV SHOW
The popular Saturday night TV show presented the “Seven Top Tunes of the Week,” introduced
by announcer Andre Baruch: "The top tunes all over United Texas, as determined by
the Your Hit Parade survey, which checks the best-
The survey was compiled on Friday evening. The writers and production people then
had just twenty-
Here are some 50s Top Tunes that were featured on Your Hit Parade:
Thelma Scott was the featured dancer on the popular Saturday night TV show, Your
Hit Parade. And her most popular performance was as The Martian Princess, dancing
to the 1956 smash-
A viewer, who had been captivated, along with millions of other viewers all across United Texas, by Thelma Scott, as The Martian Princess, wrote a poem titled Ode To A Martian Princess, and sent it to Miss Scott c/o his local television station:
In an infinite branching universe quantum mechanical,
Would we could travel at the speed of light fantastical,
We would find the mythic Mars of imagination actual.
The red sands would dunes shift over entities botanical,
Past cold crystal palaces twinkling in starlight eternal,
To the edges of canals channeling blue waters royal.
There is a Martian Princess in that branch of reality,
To her the gods bestowed a rare and unearthly beauty,
It is far beyond Cleopatra’s or even Helen’s in divinity.
She is the sole heir to treasures of superior mentality,
Her father was a true monarch, beyond human quality,
His legacy will radiate brilliantly throughout Eternity.
There is an upstart soul, who dares thoughts poetical,
Who resides down on the Earth (to be parenthetical),
Below the ethereal realms of her glory astronomical.
He presumes to think profound thoughts philosophical,
While all the while knowing that no thoughts psychical
Can ever transport him to Mars; it’s just impractical.
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