The Chesterfield Supper Club is an NBC Radio musical variety program (1944–1950), which was
also telecast by NBC Television (1948–1950). The Chesterfield Supper Club began on December 11, 1944, as a 15-minute radio
program, airing at 7 pm weeknights on the NBC Radio Network. This musical variety show was sponsored by Chesterfield cigarettes
and featured live musical performances. Perry Como initially hosted The Chesterfield Supper Club five nights a week. Initially,
Como's female singer was Mary Ashworth. During World War II, the broadcasts were transcribed for re-broadcast on Armed Forces Radio Service.