Flight to Rhythm

Flight to Rhythm, also known as The Delora Bueno Show, was an early American television program which aired on the DuMont Television Network, and was produced by Bob Loewi (1911–1981), son of DuMont executive Mortimer Loewi (1888–1967) .

Flight to Rhythm
StarringDelora Bueno
Larry Carr
Miguelito Valdés Orchestra
Bob Pfeiffer (announcer)
Country of originUnited States
ProducerBob Loewi
Running time15 minutes (March–May)
30 minutes (May–September)
Original networkDuMont
Original releaseMarch 10 (1949-03-10) –
September 22, 1949 (1949-09-22)

Broadcast historyEdit

The series ran from March to September 1949, and was a musical program hosted by Brazilian vocalist and musician Delora Bueno (1925–2012).[1] The program, produced and distributed by DuMont, was originally titled The Delora Bueno Show, and aired Thursday nights at 7pm ET on most DuMont affiliates.[2]

In May, the series was retitled Flight to Rhythm and was expanded to thirty minutes. The revamped production was set in a fictional Brazilian nightclub called "Club Rio" with Nick the Bartender (Ralph Statley) hosting each episode. In addition to Bueno, Flight featured Larry Carr and the Miguelito Valdés Orchestra. The program aired on Sunday nights at 6:30pm ET during the summer, and moved to Thursday at 8pm ET in August.[2]

Episode statusEdit

Two episodes, the March 10 premiere and the May 15, 1949 episode, are in the Paley Center for Media collection.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Janet Bueno Tuthill Obituary (2012) Panama City News Herald". Legacy.com. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
  2. ^ a b Brooks, Tim & Marsh, Earle (1964). The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network TV Shows (3rd ed.). New York: Ballantine. ISBN 0-345-31864-1.


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