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The Major Bowes Amateur Hour was an American radio talent show broadcast in the s and s, created and hosted by Edward Bowes — Selected performers from the program participated in touring vaudeville performances, under the "Major Bowes" name. The program later transitioned to television under host Ted Mack. The show remained on CBS for the remainder of its run on radio. Bowes sent the more talented contestants on "Major Bowes" vaudeville tours, often with several units roaming the country simultaneously. Bowes presided over his radio program until his death on his 72nd birthday, June 14,

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