Fragrant...Fragile...Feminine...

Author Harriet Segman in fan magazine

 

Short article on how Dorothy Collins makes the most of her special type of beauty and how she has mastered the secret of feminine beauty.

Planning a NEW Future

Fan magazine article from  1958

 

A short article on what is ahead for the pretty blond songstress exited "Your Hit Parade" along with the other members of the cast. 

TV Topics by Mike Connolly

Newspaper syndicated article by Mike Connolly, published on August 13, 1957

 

SyndicatedHollywood columnist Mike Connolly shares some of the her future plans now that she has been released from her long seven-year stint on "Your Hit Parade".

 

Everyman's Dream Girl

Fan magazine article from 1958

 

One-page fan magazine article on Dorothy's return to "Your Hit Parade" after an absence of a year.

 

No. #1 on the Baby Hit Parade

Fan magazine article from TV Illustrated 1955

 

One-page fan magazine article on Dorothy's birth of her first child, Deborah in October, 1954. 

 

Blog on Christmas EP by Dorothy and Raymond Scott

 

 

Sinclair Oil Company gave their dealers an EP record album entitled, Season's Greetings in Song which contained 4 Christmas songs by Dorothy Collins which was produced and directed by her husband Raymond Scott.  The record label indicated Dorothy as a Top Rank artist.  It is believed that this record was given out during the 1958 Christmas season as Dorothy had left the Coral label and released her Christmas album by Everest Records in 1958 and had moved on to the Top Rank label.  The songs included Jingle Bells, White Christmas, Deck the Halls and Oh Holy Night.

Article on Last Telecast of Oldsmobile Musical Theater

 

 

Here is an interesting article on Dorothy Collins indicating that within the short span of three weeks she will have presided over the final rites of two television series---which must be some sort of record.  Read this short article by Don Royal.  I have been unable to obtain any video or other media regarding this last show.  It would be great to have a video of this last Oldsmobile Musical Theater.