Item #: 103069-R2




Tape contains the following episode with the original commercials:

Original air date 2/13/65. Host: The legendary George Burns entertains with a comedy monolog and performances of History of the Dance and Pack Up Your Sins. Connie Stevens sings Married I Can Always Get and joins George Burns in At the Ball, That's All. Wayne Newton sings his famous Red Roses for a Blue Lady, and a sentimental rendition of Anne is performed by the Greenwood County Singers. Impressionist-comedian Rich Little provides more comedy, and an illusionist makes shadow figures.

"Series Synopsis: The Hollywood Palace, an hour-long variety show videotaped at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles (later renamed The Hollywood Palace), features major stars and singers both as hosts and performers. The show first aired January 4, 1964 to February 7, 1970."

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Black and White, 60 minutes DVDR 1965

Starring: George Burns, Wayne Newton, Rich Little, Connie Stevens

Director: Grey Lockwood

Vendor: NFV
Vendor #: NFV
Medium: Television
Our Price: $14.99
Package: Printed Sleeve, No Picture Available

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