'Here's to the ladies,' chirps Sinatra, as he toasts the female sex in general and introduces some women he particularly admires: Eleanor Roosevelt, Lena Horne, soprano Mary Costa, comedienne Barbara Heller and dancer Juliet Prowse. Mrs. Roosevelt talks with Frank about the hopes of the world and recites the lyrics of the song High Hopes. Nelson Riddle conducts the orchestra for the 60-minute taped show. Highlights: Here's to the Ladies - Sinatra / I've Got You Under My Skin - Sinatra / Ouvre Ton Coeur - Costa / By Strauss/Afraid of Love - Heller / Come Dance with Me -Sinatra & Prowse / Lonely Town - Sinatra / It's Love/Mood Indigo/I'm Beginning to See the Light - Horne / Harold Arlen Medley: One for My Baby/Accentuate the Positive/Stormy Weather/Get Happy/Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea - Sinatra & Horne / My Heart Stood Still - Sinatra / My Funny Valentine - Sinatra & Prowse / Here's to the Ladies - Sinatra.
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