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Sammy Davis Jr. interviews Gzowski about his new job

For three hours a day, five days a week – for 15 years – millions tuned in to CBC Radio's Morningside and Peter Gzowski. Despite Gzowski's dishevelled appearance, this beloved radio host cast his folksy charm across the country. When Gzowski died in 2002, Canadians paid tribute to the broadcaster whose stammering informality and comforting voice had become a symbol for Canada.

The Toronto Star's new entertainment editor chats with the great American entertainer. 
The Toronto Star's new entertainment editor chats with the great American entertainer.
Medium: Television
Program: Luncheon Date
Broadcast Date: June 30, 1966
Guests: Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Gzowski
Host: Elwood Glover
Duration: 21:00

Last updated: June 7, 2013

Page consulted on December 6, 2013

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