Ten Chart Toppers of 1950

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1 "Third Man Theme"  ** 2 "Hop Scotch Polka" /  ** 3 "Dear hearts & gentle people" / 

                                            "Jealous heart"                     "Mule train"

    Anton Karas                   Tanner Sisters                  Bing Crosby


        4 "Music Music Music" ** 5 "If I'd knew you were comin' I'd've baked a cake" /

                                                                          "Silver dollar"

            Teresa Brewer                                 Eve Young & Homesteaders


              6 "My foolish heart" /     ** 7 "Bewitched" /      ** 8 "Goodnight Irene" /

              "My thanks to you"             "If I loved you"            "Tzena Tzena Tzena

                 Steve Conway                  Eve Boswell                 Weavers


                  9 Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer ** 10 "I taut I taw a puddy tat"

                            Gene Autry                                          Mel Blanc


Ten other big hits: "Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo" Dinah Shore ** "Mona Lisa" Nat King Cole

"Home cookin'" Margaret Whiting & Bob Hope ** "Hey neighbour" Flanagan & Allen

"I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts" Billy Cotton ** "Chattanoogie shoe-shine boy" Red Foley

"Enjoy yourself" Donald Peers ** "Quicksilver" Doris Day ** "Sam's song" Bing & Gary Crosby

                "Have I told you lately that I love you" Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters

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