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Cam Ranh Bay Vietnam  Bob Hope Christmas Show 1968 Bob Hope began entertaining troops in May of 1941, when Bob, with a group of performers, went to March Field, California, to do a radio show for airmen stationed there. He would continue that tradition through peacetime and wartime for another 60 years. On December 22, 1968, Bob's "Operation Holly" performed at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. This video records that event. The original film was silent, so the audio from his performance at Long Binh Army Depot that same Christmas has been dubbed onto the video.
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Added: 27th November 2007
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Posted by: Marty6697 on 2007-11-27 
God Bless Bob Hope He knew what they had to go thru Most were drafted had no choice God bless those Men and Women who fought and died and those who made it thru that Hell Always remember what they did for the freedom we enjoy today War sucks Pray for all the young Men and Women today that are stuck in Iraq for the same reason whatever that might be Pray they all come home to there familys Safe!!
Posted by: eric1957 on 2007-11-30 
The Military Channel a couple of Christmases ago did a marathon of Bob's Christmas shows.
Posted by: Classico on 2007-12-08 
``War sucks``

It sure does.

Bob Hope sold the episodes to the TV networks, made a fortune out of them, and pocketed the money. How sad that so many people profit from war while others have to pay with tax dollars or with their blood.
Posted by: Babs64 on 2007-12-09 
Classico, You said it so well.
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