Bobby Wilson Tribute Page
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          Robert "Bobby" Wilson of North Massapequa, New York is a long-time dedicated Peggy King fan and collector of Peggy King memorabilia.  Bobby has been kind enough to share part of that collection with us.  He also directs us to these latest videos of Peggy posted on YouTube: 
Burn 'Em Up (1954)
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Peggy King with GeoPeggy with George Liberace (1955)rge Liberace (1955)
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That's All I Want From You (1955)
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I Could Have Danced All Night (1956)
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The Milton Berle Show with Peggy King (1956)
 
 
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A copy of an NBC publicity picture personally autographed to Bobby by Peggy.  It features
Peggy and James Garner in costume for their roles in The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill. 
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Here we reproduce another picture autographed by Peggy to Bobby, this one another pub-
licity photo promoting the1955 movie Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy in which Peggy
appeared singing You've Come a Long Way from St. Louis.
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Program from the 1960 production of Meet Me In St. Louis in which Peggy starred in the 
lead role of Ester Smith.  According to Peggy, an authentic trolley was rolled on stage for
her performance of The Trolley Song.
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.In this article dating from 1956 (original source unknown) Peggy reminisces a bit
about a tour Peggy and a number of other Columbia Records singing stars were
taking across country during the mid-1950's.
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This article, again of unknown origin, describes the episode of NBC television's 
series Maverick starring James Garner in which Peggy appeared in the role of 
Jenny Hill in The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill.
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A page from a trade publication promoting new releases from
the recording studios of Columbia Records, including C'mon 
Over and If You Don't Love Me by Peggy King
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Cover art from a Columbia Harmony label LP album featuring five popular
female singers under contract to Columbia Records during the 1950's
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Page from a regional TV Guide indicating that Peggy was
 a guest on the very first episode of the Vic Damone Show
when the program debuted on CBS television, July 2,1956
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