Good News was a musical variety show produced in a partnership between Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios and Maxwell House coffee. Being produced by MGM, it of course featured only stars from MGM’s roster and promoted only MGM films. It was on the air from 1937-1940.
May 5, 1938
Performed by Clark Gable, Robert Young and Florence Rice
A Free Soul
October 28, 1938
Performed by Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore, Rita Johnson
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