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Published on Apr 25, 2012
On the episode of 10/26/64 (which I don't have), Timmy Brown of the Philadelphia Eagles appeared with the secret, "I'm making a phonograph album." He had written a song titled "I've Got a Secret," which he performed. Steve had done the same and performed his. Then the panel were given an assignment to go home and write their own songs with the same title. The results were finally performed about a month and a half later.
(1) 11/9/64: The panel already have written their songs, but preemptions and other delays postpone the presentation of the songs. (For starters, last week the show was preempted by a special related to Election Day.)
(2) 11/23/64: The presentation of the panel's songs continues to experience delays, and on top of that, the show will be preempted next week by a Leonard Bernstein special.
(3) 12/7/64: Betsy, Bess, and Bill sing their own songs with vocal accompaniment. Robert Merrill sings Henry's song accompanied by the Canterbury Choral Society directed by Charles Dobsley Walker. Finally, Merrill and the choir sing a belated "Happy Birthday" to Betsy.