Personally, I think Gisele Mac Kenzie might have done a better job.
Generally, "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing", "Memories Are Made of This" and "Moments to Remember" come across the best, while a version of "Sixteen Tones" reminds us just how poor Snooky Lanson could be when he tried to sing anything even vaguely related to rock'n'roll.
I couldn't upload it in higher quality because I have a painfully slow Internet connection.
The products plugged are "Lucky Strike" and Richard-Hudnut's hair thing (probably their home-Permanent wave).
Singers in this episode are: Dorothy Collins, Snooky Lanson, Russell Arms, and Gisele Mac Kenzie.
An ice skater, I forget her name, appears as guest for a few moments.
According to Wikipedia, As of 19th November 2009, the only living cast member in this episode is Russell Arms.
This series was live, and hence a few mistakes here and there.
Again, I will warn that Snooky Lanson's attempt at singing "Sixteen Tons" is both stiff and awkward.
An episode of "Your Hit Parade" from the 24th December 1955.
This NBC series presented the cast performing covers of pop chart hits.
This episode has excellent production values and one of the worst commercials of all time.