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 Dinah Shore and Ozzie and Harriet Nelson

 Dinah Shore and George Montgomery

 Dean Martin

Ray Milland 

Ralph Meeker and William Holden


 Van Hefflin, Joseph Cotten, and Hedda Hopper

Sophie Tucker and Tallulah Bankhead 

Cary Grant 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ladd 

Ethel Merman and Jule Styne 

Ted Briskin, Betty's first husband and Bob Hope 

Gloria Swanson 

Dorothy Lamour 

 Jane Wyman and sister, Marion Hutton

Helen Forrest and Janet Blair 

 Barbara Stanwyck and Billy Graham

Gracie Allen

Diana Lynn


Red Skelton and Muriel Morris


Joan Crawford 

 Stewart Granger

 Betty with daughter Lindsay, Mrs. Edgar Bergen with daughter Candice (Candy Bergen), and Barbara Bel Geddes with daughter Susan

 Laurence Olivier

Danny Kaye 

Bing Crosby 

Milton Berle 

Perry Como 

Red Buttons 

Danny Thomas


Harpo Marx


Dinah Shore


Kate Smith


Van Johnson, Errol Flynn, Georgie Jessel, and Harpo Marx

 Betty with Alice Faye

  Rosemary Clooney, Betty Grable, Betty Hutton, Deborah Kerr, June Allyson and Ann Blyth - Mothers of the Year - 1956 

 With Eve Arden 

Gene Tierney, Gary Cooper, Betty Hutton, and Bob Burns 

Betty rehearses with Eddie Fisher and Red Buttons before an episode of "The Eddie Fisher Show", 1959

Betty and Nat King Cole rehearsing for an episode of "The Nat King Cole Show" - 1957

Groucho Marx and Betty embrace  - 1956

Betty practices with song writers, Ray Evans and Jay Livingston (on piano)

An episode of "The Dinah Shore Chevy Show" with Art Carney, Betty Hutton, Dinah Shore and Boris Karloff - 1957

 Betty with singer, Keely Smith

Betty rehearses for PBS "Jukebox Saturday Night", with host, Eddie Albert

Bing Crosby visits with Betty while on the set.

Betty Hutton and Cecil B. DeMille visit with William Boyd, Better know as Hopalong Cassidy.

Actors, Franchot Tone and Tyrone Power, Power's wife  Annabella, socialite Warson Webb, Betty Hutton (America's No. 1 Jitterbug), Burgess Meredith, and Adele Jurgeas, showgirl on Broadway in "DuBarry Was A Lady," share a table at Club 18 - 1941.

Betty gets a visit from filmmaker, Billy Wilder while on the set of "Somebody Loves Me", 1951.

Betty has a surprise visit on the set of "The Perils Of Pauline" from director, Cecil B. DeMille.

Here Betty and her husband, Ted Briskin talk with British-born actor, Sidney Greenstreet.

Betty takes a lesson from the master of the violin, Jack Benny!

Betty gets up-close and personal during a visit from silent comedy screen star, Harold Lloyd while working on the set of "The Stork Club",1945.