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{{italic title}}Harriet Lee was an American television series which aired on experimental New York City station W2XAB (now WCBS-TV) during 1931. It was a music program which starred the singer of the same name, and aired in a 15-minute time-slot. It was among the earliest entertainment programs to have aired on television on something resembling a regular basis, with at least 12 episodes being scheduled. It aired on Wednesdays and Fridays.None of the episodes still exist, as methods to record live television were not practical until late 1947. However, Lee, who was best-known at the time as a radio singer, appeared in several short films during the 1930s, one of which, Rambling 'Round Radio Row #5 (1933), appears on a DVD compilation of Vitaphone short films.

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An early episode aired Wednesday July 29, 1931, at 8:30PM, preceded by Tony's Scrap Book and followed by an interviewweblink (see section "television")A later episode aired Wednesday September 30, 1931, at 8:00PM and was the first show on the day's schedule, and followed by Tony's Scrap Bookweblink

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