||Dorothy Fields; Dorothy Fields
||Credits supplied from: TV guide, April 19, 1975; Television index, April 14, 1975.
Broadcast on CBS.
Running time for broadcast was 90 min., according to TV guide.
||Host: Florence Henderson. Performers: Roberta Peters, Diahann Carroll. Presenters: Helen Hayes, Angie Dickinson, Marlo Thomas, Barbara Walters, Lynda Johnson Robb, Liz Carpenter.
||Filmed at Ed Sullivan Theatre, New York, New York.
||V.P.A. Productions, Inc. ; executive producer, Lenore Hershey ; producer, Joseph Cates ; director, Walter C. Miller ; writer, Frank Slocum.
"Eight women selected by the Ladies' home journal for having made significant contributions in fields ranging from economics to education are honored in ceremonies from New York's Ed Sullivan Theatre. Hostess Florence Henderson is joined by Roberta Peters and Diahann Carroll in a salute to lyricist Dorothy Fields; and Florence sings a medley of Broadway hits. Presenters include Helen Hayes, Angie Dickinson, Marlo Thomas, Barbara Walters, Lynda Johnson Robb and Liz Carpenter. [Musical] highlights: I can't give you anything but love, I'm in the mood for love, On the sunny side of the street, Stars in my eyes (Florence, Roberta, Diahann); Wouldn't it be loverly, Whistle a happy tune, Shall we dance?, Don't rain on my parade (Florence)"--TV guide, April 19, 1975. "Third annual series... For the first time, the winners will not be announced until the night of the presentations. A panel of prominent women selects the winners from nominations made by the general public in a poll conducted by Ladies' home journal magazine"--Television index, April 14, 1975.