Rare DVD movies, vintage tv specials, classic films & tv series
BETTY HUTTON RARE TV COLLECTION - 8 RARE DVDS
DISC 1 - JUKEBOX SATURDAY NIGHT(GREAT INTRODUCTION BY EDDIE ALBERT) - A SHOWSTOPPER PERFORMANCE - 1983 HOLLYWOOD PALACE(HOST DALE ROBERTSON) WHAT'S MY LINE - 2 SHOWS: 1956 - 1958

DISC 2 - PRIVATE SCREENINGS INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT OSBORNE - RARE UNCUT UNEDITED!

DISC 3 - SATINS AND SPURS - TV SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH MIKE DOUGLAS PHIL DONAHUE SHOW

DISC 4 - BOB HOPE SHOW WITH BETTY HUTTON (BEST CAR COMMERCIAL EVER)

DISC 5 - BETTY HUTTON IN MEMORY: TV NEWS PALM SPRINGS CLIPS AND MEMORIAL SERVICE (WITH A.C. LYLES)

VIDEO CLIPS - IMAGES WITH ADDED SOUND.

DISC 6 - JUKEBOX SATURDAY NIGHT - 1983 - THE COMPLETE SHOW WITH : EDDIE ALBERT, HELEN FORREST, KEELEY SMITH, BOB CROSBY, HERB JEFFRIES, JACK LEONARD, BETTY HUTTON, HELEN O'CONNELL, BEA WAIN, MARGARET WHITING.

DISC 7 - BETTY HUTTON SHOW - 2 EPISODES: JENNY HIDEAWAY + THE FUR COAT

DISC 8 - BETTY HUTTON ON THE NAT KING COLE SHOW

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BETTY GRABLE RARE TV COLLECTION - 7 DVDS
1 - BETTY GRABLE BIOGRAPHY

2 - THE SUNDAY SPECTACULAR: ROAD TO HOLLYWOOD - 6/17/56 - HOST: STEVE ALLEN. WITH BOB HOPE, GEORGE SANDERS, JANE RUSSEL, BETTY GRABLE, DOROTHY LAMOUR, EVA MARIE SAINT, MARILYN MAXWELL.

3 - BOB HOPE CHEVY SHOW - ICELAND 12/27/1955 - BETTY GRABLE, JAMES MASON

4 - BOB HOPE CHEVY SHOW - 11/21/1958 - BETTY GRABLE

5 - TWENTIETH CENTURY - TV PLAY - BETTY GRABLE, ORSON WELLES

6 - HOLLYWOOD PALACE - VAN JOHNSON, BETTY GRABLE, JACKIE MASON

7 - SHOWER OF STARS - (4-20-1958) GUEST STAR: BETTY GRABLE

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THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW - TV SERIES COLLECTION - 7 RARE DVDS
THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW COLLECTION - 7 DVDS

30 SHOWS!

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ANN MARGRET RARE TV SHOWS COLLECTION
DISC 1 : An-Margret Rare Clips Collection

1. Ann-Margret Is Interviewed About Her Role In "Who Will Love My Children" In 1983 On Entertainment Tonight 2. Gary Collins Interviews Ann-Margret In Depth About "Who Will Love My Children" And Her Career And Marriage 3. Ann-Margret On The Tonight Show 1983 Promoting "Who Will Love My Children" 4. Entertainment Tonight Profile On Ann-Margret In "A Streetcar Named Desire" 5. Interview With Ann-Margret About Febuary 1984 "A Streetcar Named Desire" 6. The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson Promoting "A Streetcar Named Desire" 7. Ann- Margret Is Interviewed By David Hartman On Good Morning America Promoting "A Streetcar Named Desire" 8. Ann-Margret On "George Burns Celebrates 80 Years In Show Business" Salute And Performance Of A Duet With George Burns 9. Perry Como's Christmas In England 1984 With Special Guest Ann-Margret The Complete Classic Holiday Special Ann-Margret Has Many Solo's And Duets With Perry Como 10. Entertainment Tonight On The Premiere Of The Film "Return Of The Soldier" 11. Gene Shalit Interviews Ann-Margret About Her Film "Twice In A Lifetime" 12. George Burns 90th Birthday Party Ann-Margret Toasts And Dedicates Her Performance Of "I've Got A Crush On You" To George Burns 1986 13. Ann-Margret On The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson February 1987 Promoting "The Two Mrs. Grenvilles"

DISC 2:

1. Ann-Margret Interview With Gary Collins Promoting The "Two Mrs.Grenvilles" Talks About Working With Evis Presley, Bette Davis And George Burns 2. Ann-Margret On Entertainment Tonight With Clips From "The Two Mrs. Grenvilles" 3. Entertainment Tonight Story On Ann-Margret's Film "A New Life" 4. America's Dance Honors Ann-Margret Is The Presenter 5. Entertainment Tonight Sweden Honors Ann-Margret 6. George Burns 95th Birthday Party Ann-Margret Salutes And Dedicates Her Performance Of "You Do Something To Me To George Burns 7. The Tonight Show With Jonny Carson October 1991 Promoting Her Appearance At Radio City Music Hall 8. Phil Donahue 1991 The Complete One Hour Appearance 9. Tom Snyder Interviews Ann-Margret 1996 10. Peoples Choice Awards Winning For "Grumpier Old Men" 11. The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1996

DISC 3:

1. Ann-Margret On The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson Promoting Her Special "Ann-Margret Olsson" 1975 And Performs A Spectacular Version Of I've Got The Music In Me 2. Ann-Margret On The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson Promoting Her Special "Ann-Margret Smith" 1975 And Looks Fantastic Perfoming Stepping Out Gonna Boogie Tonight From Her Vegas Show!

DISC 4:

1. Ann-Margret Smith Special 1975 2. Ann-Margret Olsson 1975

DISC 5: Ann-Margret...Rhinestone Cowgirl Special 1977

DISC 6: A Collection Of Clips 1. Screen Test Of Ann-Margret Singing Bill Bailey 2. Screen Test Of Ann-Margret Singing Mack The Knife 3. Ann Margret Performing A Medley Ain't It Funny How Time Slips Away, Keep On Walkin' & Sentimental Journey 4. I Love The Looks Of You And Put A Little Love In Your Heart 5. With Dean Martin Singing That Old Feeling & I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am 6. Ann-Margret, Bob Newhart And Dean Martin Singing It's Better With A Union Man 7. Ann-Margret Sings Big Time 8. Ann-Margret On "Here's Lucy" 1970 Singing Country Magic With Desi Arnaz, Jr. Groovy!! 9. Ann-Margret And Beverly Sills A Get Medley Of Songs From Hollywoods Leading Ladies 10. Ann-Margret On George Burns Early Early Christmas Show She Performs Her Disco Hit Hold Me, Squeeze Me 11. As Ann-Margrock Ain't Gonna Be Your Fool No More

DISC 7: ANN MARGRET: THE ROCKETTES SPECIAL WITH GREGORY PECK

DISC 8: ANN MARGRET SPECIAL 1968 - FIRST TV SPECIAL

DISC 9: ANN-MARGRET: FROM HOLLYWOOD WITH LOVE

DISC 10: ANN-MARGRET: WHEN YOU'RE SMILING - LAS VEGAS HILTON 1973

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JAYNE MANSFIELD COLLECTION - 6 RARE SHOWS/DVDS
JAYNE MANSFIELD COLLECTION

1 - JAYNE MANSFIELD BBC DOCUMENTARY

2 - HOLLYWOOD OUT-TAKES WITH MICKEY ROONEY

3 - STEVE ALLEN SHOW

4 - BOB HOPE SHOW WITH JAYNE MANSFIELD IN ALASKA

5 - THIS IS YOUR LIFE

6 - SHOWER OF STARS - WITH LIBERACE, VINCENT PRICE

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ANNA MARIA ALBERGHETTI - 8 DVDS - 8 RARE TV SHOWS
1 - KISMET Jose Ferrer, Anna Maria Alberghetti

2 - USO Christmas Show 00/00/1958 Alberghetti, Anna Maria

3 - Ed Sullivan Show 12/22/1968 Alberghetti, Anna Maria

4 - Steve Allen Show 5/22/1956 Alberghetti, Anna Maria BIRTHDAY

5 - THE JAZZ SINGER - 1959 - JERRY LEWIS, ANNA M. ALBERGHETTI

6 - Muscular Dystrophy Telethon 11/25/1953 Alberghetti, Anna Maria 2:00

7 - Shower of Stars 2/17/1955 - Alberghetti, Anna Maria 1:00

8 - Andy Williams Show 3/28/1963 - Alberghetti, Anna Maria 1:00

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DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR COLLECTION - 28 SHOWS - 14 DVDS
DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR COLLECTION

Disc 1) 1- 9/17/50 with Marilyn Maxwell,Leonard Barr / 2- 10/10/50 with Kitty Kallen, TheSkylarks

Disc 2) 3- 11/12/50 with Kitty Kallen, Jack Cassidy 4- 2/4/51 with Polly Bergen, Fosse& Niles

Disc 3) 5- 4/29/51 with Ladd Lyon 6- 5/20/51 with Jane Morgan, Fosse & Niles

Disc 4) 7- 6/3/51 with Johnny Conrad, DeMarco Sisters 8- 6/24/51 with Joe Louis, Tony Martin & Janis Paige

Disc 5) 9- 11/4/51 with Dorothy Dandridge, Bob & Eddy Mayo 10- 12/30/51 with Margaret Dumont, Eve Young, Ray Malone

Disc 6) 11- 2/12/52 with Jill Jarmon, RayMalone Dancers / 12- 3/23/52

Disc 7) 13- 4/27/52 with Four Step Brothers,Kitty Kallen / 14- 9/21/52

Disc 8) 15- 11/30/52 with Kitty Kallen 16- 1/25/53

Disc 9) 17- 5/3/53 with Mary McCarty 18- 5/31/53 with Patty Lewis, Four Step Brothers

Disc 10) 19- 10/4/53 with Burt Lancaster 20- 1/10/54 with Modernaires

Disc 11) 21- 5/2/54 with The Treniers 22- 5/20/54 with The Skylarks

Disc 12) 23- 12/19/54 with Vera Miles, Jack Benny 24- 2/13/55 with Micki Marlo, Four Step Brothers

Disc 13) 25- 5/8/55 / 26- 6/5/55 with Buddy Rich

Disc 14) 27- 9/8/55 with Frank Sinatra, Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys / 28- 11/13/55 with The Norman Luboff Choir

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IRVING BERLIN COLLECTION: 6 RARE SHOWS - 4 DVDS
IRVING BERLIN'S 100TH ANNIVERSARY CELLEBRATION *** THAT'S HOLLYWOOD: IRVING BERLIN FROM BROADWAY TO HOLLYWOOD *** EVENING AT THE POPS: STEVE LAURENCE, EYDIE GORME *** EYDIE GORME & STEVE LAWRENCE CELEBRATE IRVING BERLIN *** IRVING BERLIN'S AMERICA ***

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WALTER WINCHELL News & Variety - NOT RECORDED OFF TV
WALTER WINCHELL

Walter Winchell was an American newspaper and television and radio gossip commentator.

Using connections in the entertainment, social, and governmental realms, he would expose exciting or embarrassing information about celebrities in those industries. This caused him to become very feared, as a journalist, because he would routinely impact the lives of famous or powerful people, exposing alleged information and rumors about them, using this as ammunition to attack his enemies, and to blackmail influential people. Winchell used this power, trading positive mention in his column (and later, his radio show) for more rumors and secrets. He made his radio debut over WABC in New York, a CBS affiliate, on 12 May 1930.

Winchells newspaper column was syndicated in over 2,000 newspapers worldwide, and he was read by 50 million people a day from the1920s until the early 1960s. Each Sunday night Winchells radio broadcast was heard by another 20 million people from 1930 to the late 1950s.

During the 1950s, NBC had given him the opportunity to host a variety show, which lasted only thirteen weeks. His readership gradually dropped, and when his home paper, the New York Daily Mirror, where he'd worked for thirty-four years, closed in 1963, he faded from the public eye.

THIS COLLECTION PROVIDES EXAMPLES OF BOTH

WALTER WINCHELL NEWS BROADCAST (1954)



Winchell broadcasting the news of the day (1954) in his well-known style and sound effects

WALTER WINCHELL VARIETY SHOW (12/31/1956)

Trying to duplicate the success that CBS had with Ed Sullivan, NBC hires fellow newman Walter WInchell to star in this short-lived variety show. This series lasted only 13 weeks. This is the New Year's Eve show featuring Frankie Laine, Russ Tamblyn and Jack Carter ============================================================

Both episodes recorded at the 1hr per disc for the best possible quality

THIS ITEM IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN AND DOES NOT VIOLATE ANY COPYRIGHTS !

These episodes was transferred from the original film print many years ago (film to VHS to DVD as each media became available). This does not mean the episodes are pristine, just that they are complete and as originally broadcast in 1959. The quality varies episode to episode due to the age and condition of the original films. Many of these old films of short run shows were not properly stored since they had no future commercial value..

All episodes originally were recorded from original film prints, NOT recorded off broadcast TV. These are custom made DVDs, not available commercially.

All DVDs come with menus with episode titles for easy episode access!

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THIS IS NOT A RETAIL SET AS NO RETAIL RELEASE OF THIS SHOW EXISTS. THIS IS A CUSTOM MADE SET AND BECAUSE IT IS EASY TO COPY, WE CANNOT ACCEPT RETURNS.

IN CASE OF DEFECTIVE DVD, WILL IMMEDIATELY REPLACE IT!

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PAUL WINCHELL RARITIES  - NOT RECORDED OFF TV - 5 DVDS
PAUL WINCHELL & JERRY MAHONEY RARITIES

on DVD

Here is a collection of VERY RARE classic 1950s-60s televison starring one of the very best PAUL WINCHELL with his dummies Jerry Mahoney & Knucklehead Smiff THE PAUL WINCHELL SHOW

two complete shows from 1955

CIRCUS TIME Starring Paul Winchell

a complete show from 1954



THE BUICK SHOW Starring Paul Winchell

a complete show from 1954

DUMONT CAVALCADE OF STARS starring Paul Winchell

complete show from 1950



P. COMO SHOW special guest Paul Winchell (1957)



1953 LOOK TV AWARDS SHOW starring Paul Winchell

MOVIE PROMO

movie promo featuring Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney



PAUL WINCHELL-JERRY MAHONEY - Saturday morning childrens show from 1954



WINCHELL MAHONEY TIME (1966)



PAUL WINCHELL & JERRY MAHONEY The Hollywood Palace (1964)



PAUL WINCHELLS CHRISTMAS SHOW from 1954

PAUL WINCHELL & JERRY MAHONEYs TOYLAND EXPRESS

(3 episodes from 1955)

TALKING PICTURES

An unsold 1968 Tv Gameshow with Paul Winchell as guest

QUICK ON THE DRAW

A childrens show from 1954 hosted by Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney



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THIS COLLECTION COMES ON 5 DVDs IN HARDSHELL PLASTIC CASE.



Each is recorded at the SP (2hr) Speed for the BEST QUALITY!



All DVDs have a menu with episode titles for easy episode access

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All episodes in this collection come from the original film to VHS to DVD transfers as the media became available. Some episodes may have original commercials intact



This DVD collection is recorded at the SP or better speed for the very best possible quality and comes with a menu with episode titles for easy episode access.



These episodes are in the PUBLIC DOMAIN and are video transfers from the original films. This does not mean the episodes are pristine, just that they are complete and as originally broadcast in 1950s. The quality varies episode to episode due to the age and condition of the original films.



This DVD comes in a hardshell plastic case. All DVDs are recorded from original film prints, NOT recorded off broadcast TV. These are custom made DVDs, not available commercially.



All DVDs come with menus with episode titles for easy episode access



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JONATHAN WINTERS RARE TV SHOWS - 7 SHOWS/DVDS
SHOWS:

ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW - 2/26/1967 - KINGSTON TRIO, LENNON SISTERS, LIBERACE, JONATHAN WINTERS.

STEVE ALLEN COMEDY HOUR - 7/31/1981 - K. BALLARD, JONATHAN WINTERS, RICH LITTLE

ROBIN WILLIAMS, JONATHAN WINTERS INTERVIEWS

DEAN MARTIN SHOW - JONATHAN WINTERS, GEORGE JESSEL, LAINIE KAZAN

DEAN MARTIN SHOW WITH FRANK SINATRA JR., JONATHAN WINTERS

THE JONATHAN WINTERS SHOW - 1957 - JERI SOUTHERN, BETTY JOHNSON

DEAN MARTIN ROASTS FRANK SINATRA WITH JONATHAN WINTERS

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CLASSIC TV VARIETY SHOWS COLLECTION - 157 SHOWS/ 31 DVDS
Here are 175 RARE and classic TV variety shows in this collection from as far back as 1948 through the early 1960's on 31DVDs

THESE WERE NOT RECORDED OFF BROADCAST TV!!!

These shows were transferred several years ago from masters made from old film prints. Many have original commercials - Quality will vary episode to episode depending on the quality of the old film print.

THIS COLLECTION INCLUDES THESE 175 CLASSIC VARIETY SHOWS of the late 1940s to early 1960's

DISC 1: ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW (4 shows)

1-Hoagy Carmichael 2- Francis Bergen 3- Hildegarde 4- Vincent Price

5-ARTHUR MURRAY DANCE PARTY Guest Star - Johnnie Ray

6 ARTHUR GODFREY TIME 1950

7 ARTHUR GODFREY TALENT SCOUTS *********************************************************************************

DISC 2:

8 - JERRY LEWIS SHOW

9 - EDDIE CANTOR SHOW 1951

10 - COLGATE COMEDY HOUR WITH DONALD OCONNOR - 1952

11 - JACK CARSON SHOW 1951 ********************************************************************************** DISC 3

12-CLUB OASIS (Dean Martin Show) - 1958 Dannny Thomas / Frank Sinatra

13 - DINAH SHORE SHOW - 1957 Joey Bishop / Dean Martin

GEORGE GOBEL SHOW (3 shows)

14 with Faye Emerson

15 with Peggy King

16 with Jeffrey Hunter *********************************************************************************** DISC 4

17-TED MACK AMATEUR SHOW

18-ALAN YOUNG SHOW (#1)

19-FRED ALLEN SHOW

20- RED BUTTONS SHOW

21-SPIKE JONES SHOW

22- BUSTER KEATON SHOW

JIMMY DURANTE SHOW (2 shows)

23 with Barbara Whiting

24 with Johnny Ray ************************************************************************************ DISC 5

ED WYNN SHOW

25 with Celeste Holme

26 with Hattie McDaniel

27 with Mel Torme

28 with Dinah Shore

29 with Buster Keaton

30- with Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz

31-FREDDY MARTIN SHOW - With Merv Griffin ************************************************************************************* DISC 6

THE ALL STAR REVIEW 1952

32-with Olson & Johnson

33- with Danny Thomas - ELEANOR POWELL, JUNE HAVOC

FRANK SINATRA TIMEX SHOW

34- with Dean Martin, Mitzi Gaynor & Bing Crosby

35- with Lena Horne, mary Costa, Juliet Prowse, Barbara Harris, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt

36 PERRY COMO CHESTERFIELD SHOW - Julius LaRosa Guest Hosting ************************************************************************************** DISC 7

37-J LEWIS SHOW 1957 - EYDIE GORME, DANNY LEWIS, ROWAN & MARTIN,

38-RAY ANTHONY SHOW 1957 Guest Star Johnny Desmond, Connie Haines, The Skyliners, Med Flory.

39-DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW 1957 with Guest Star Jimmy Durante

40-POLKA PARADE - 1957 - DICK SINCLAIR, JULIE HAHN

41-BOB CROSBY SHOW (show #1), CAROL RICHARDS, JACK KARTZ, THE MODERNAIRES, PAULA KELLY.

42-TONY MARTIN SHOW -

43 PERRY COMO CHESTERFIELD SHOW - Julius LaRosa Guest Hosting, PEE WEE KING(2) *************************************************************************************** DISC 8

44-1953 ACADEMY AWARDS

45 - FRANKIE LAINE SHOW - 1950 with Guest Star Patti Page

46- with Guest Star Tommy Dorsey

47 - FRANKIE LAINE TIME - 1956 with Guest Star Johnny Ray

48 PERRY COMO CHESTERFIELD SHOW - Julius LaRosa Guest Hosting(3) **************************************************************************************** DISC 9

FRANKIE LAINE TIME - 1956 - PATTI PAGE, FRANK FONTAINE, TOMMY DORSEY

49- with guest Star Ella Fitzgerald

THE PAT BOONE CHEVY SHOWROOM (2 shows)

50 with Jimmy Dean - GINA LOLLOBRGIDA

51 with Jimmy Nelson & Danny ODay, Stubby Kaye

52 - JIMMY DEAN SHOW

53- MOREY AMSTERDAM SHOW with Art Carney, JODIE MILLER

54-ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW with Guest Star - Tony Curtis

55-FRANK SINATRA BULOVA SHOW 1958 with Natalie Wood

56-FRANK SINATRA BULOVA SHOW 1951 with June Hutton, Dagmar,

57-GARY MOORE SHOW ********************************************************************************** DISC 10

58 - BOB HOPE COMEDY HOUR - Bob Hope, Marilyn Maxwell

59 -CAVALCADE OF STARS 1950 Jerry Lester, Paul Winchell

60 - ALAN YOUNG SHOW - 1952 - MONICA LEWIS, TOM MAHONEY DANCERS

61 - GARY MOORE SHOW (#1)

62 - GARY MOORE SHOW (#2)

63 - BETTY WHITE SHOW ************************************************************************************* DISC 11

64 - FRED WARING SHOW -

65 - MARTHA RAYE SHOW - Rocky Graziano / Edward G Robinson, Cesar Romero, Herbert Ross Dancers

66 - COLGATE COMEDY HOUR WITH EDDIE FISHER - Peggy Lee, Louis Armstrong, The Vagabonds, Rocky Marciano

67 - MOTOROLA 4 STAR REVIEW - Jack Carson, Hal March, Jack Gilford

68 - STAGE SHOW - 1955 - Kim Novak , Gordon MacRae, Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey ************************************************************************************** DISC 12

70-DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW 1959 Steve Lawrence & Bob Cummings

71- JO STAFFORD SHOW - 1959

72-THE CHEVY SHOW 1955 with Bob Cummings Tennessee Ernie Ford

73-THE CHEVY SHOW 1957 with Dinah Shore, Art Carney, Perry Como **************************************************************************************** DISC 13

74-ARTHUR GODFREY SHOW

75-ROBERT Q LEWIS SHOW

76-ART LINKLETTER SHOW

77-JACKIE GLEASON SHOW

78-JIMMY DURANTE SHOW - Jane Powell, Ray Bolger

79-THE CHEVY SHOW - Janet Blair, Rowan & Martin ********************************************************************************* DISC 14

NAT KING COLE SHOW (3 shows)

80- with Ella Fitzgerald, Four Lads

81- FROM SANDS HOTEL AND CASSINO, with Tony Martin, THE SPARKLETONES

82- with Gogi Grant, The Dunhills

83- SPIKE JONES SHOW - Guest Star Harpo Marx

84- TOAST OF THE TOWN - ED SULLIVAN - Mickey O'Shaughnessy, Rosita Serrano

85 - COLGATE COMEDY HOUR - 1955 BOB HOPE, Eddie Bracken, Bob Crosby, Marilyn Maxwell, Georgie Price, Toni Arden, Frank Faylen, Billy Daniel and Lita Baron, The Skylarks.

86- JUDY GARLAND SHOW ************************************************************************************ DISC 15

87-FAYE EMERSON SHOW Artists

88-WALTER WINCHELL VARIETY SHOW

89-YOUR HIT PARADE - 1957

KATE SMITH SHOW (3 shows)

90-June 4, 1952

91-Oct 24, 1951

92-Nov 11, 1951 ********************************************************************************** DISC 16

ARTHUR GODFREY SHOW

93-94-95-96 (4 shows)

STAGE SHOW (4 shows)

97-4/4/56-Morey Amsterdam, Sarah Vaughn

98- 6/27/56-Della Reese, Larry Storch

99- 3/31/56-Joey Bishop, Robert Sherwood

100- 4/7/56-Audrey Meadows, Helen O;Connell ******************************************************************************* DISC 17

101- SING ALONG WITH MITCH

102-1955 ACADEMY AWARDS

103- MILTON BERLE KRAFT MUSIC HALL with Peggy King, Billy May, Joe Besser

104- EDSEL SHOW - 1957 with Sinatra, Crosby, Louis Armstrong, Rosemary Clooney

GARY MOORE SHOW (#3) ************************************************************************************* DISC 18

05-KEN MURRAY SHOW - Joe Besser, Mel Torme, Darla Hood

106-LAWRENCE WELK CHAMPAGNE MUSIC 1955

105-STAGE SHOW - 1956 - with Elvis Presley, Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey, June Taylor Dancers, Glen Deringer, Hanny Youngman.

108-TOAST OF THE TOWN - ED SULLIVAN, GENE AUTRY, DOLORES GRAY, HANNA RUSSEL, JOHN RAITT

109-TOAST OFTHE TOWN - LILIAN ROTH, CORDETTES, WAYNE & SHUSTER

110-PERRY COMO SHOW - Peggy Lee, Ray Charles Singers, Mitchel Ayres *************************************************************************************** DISC 19

111-BOB HOPE SHOW 1965 - Guest Star Bing Crosby, Jane Russell, Don Hartman

112-BING CROSBY SPECIAL 1958 with Dean Martin

113-DINAH SHORE SHEVY SHOW 1958 with Jimmy Durante

114-DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW - 1-26-58 Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford ****************************************************************************************** 20

115-DINAH SHORE (2 SHOWS)

116-GLENN MLLER TIME (2 SHOWS)

117-PATRICE MUNSEL SHOW WITH TONY BENNETT

118-DAGMAR'S CANTEEN ****************************************************************************************** DISC 21

119-DINNER WITH THE PRESIDENT (1953) - HOTEL MAYFLOWER, WASHINGTON, DC. WITH: LUCILLE BALL, DESI ARNAZ, EDDIE FISHER, JANE FROMAN, REX HARRISON, HELEN HAYES, ETHEL MERMAN, THELMA RITTER, JACKIE ROPBERTSON, LILLI PALMER, RICHARD ROGERS & OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN, WILLIAM WARFIELD, WALTER CRONKITE.

120-GARY MOORE SHOW #3

121-GEORGE JESSEL

122-DANNY THOMAS SPECIAL ******************************************************************************************** DISC 22

123-ON BROADWAY TONITE (Rudy Vallee, Robert Horton)

124-ON BROADWAY TONITE (Rudy Vallee, Allan Brothers)

125-REHERSAL TIME

126-GENE KELLY SPECIAL

127-DON McNEIL TV CLUB ********************************************************************************************* DISC 23

128-JONATHAN WINTERS SHOW (1957-2 shows)

129-ROY ROGERS VARIETY SHOW (1960-2 shows)

130-LIBERACE SHOW (3 shows) ******************************************************************************************* DISC 24

131-LIBERACE SHOW (4 shows)

132-THE BUICK CIRCUS

133-VICTOR BORGE COMEDY THEATER ****************************************************************************************** DISC 25

134-EDDY ARNOLD SHOW (2 shows)

135-1953 MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY PARTY (Hosted by Martin & Lewis) ****************************************************************************************** DISC 26

136-COMO KRAFT MUSIC HALL

137-CHUCK BERRY SPECIAL

138-GEORGE BURNS BIG TIME

139-ETHEL MERMAN ON BROADWAY ****************************************************************************************** DISC 27

140-STATE FAIR

141-SWINGIN AT THE SUMMIT

142-BOB CROSBY SHOW

144-DANNY KAYE SHOW

145-MOREY AMSTERDAM SHOW *********************************************************************************************** DISC 28

146-COCONUT GROVES 40th ANIVERSARY - COLOR - DANNY THOMAS, DURANTE, JOYE BISHOP, EDDIE FISHER, RUDAS DANCERS.

147-SIX OCLOCK ROCK (4 shows)

148-EDDIE FISHER COKE TIME (2 shows) DIAHANN CAROL, FRED ROBBINS (+)

149-EASTER SEAL TELEPARADE OF STARS (1955) DON WILSON, RUTH HUSSEY, JACK BENNY, SHIRLEY MACLAINE, DICK CONTINO, LIBERACE, THE MODERNAIRES, ETC. ***************************************************************************************************** DISC 29

154-BOB CROSBY SHOW #3 -

155-ARLENE FRANCIS SHOW (1956) HOME WITH ARLENE FRANCIS AND HUGH DOWNS

157-ALL STAR SHOW (1962)

158-WONDERFUL WORLD OF BURLESQUE - DANNY THOMAS, JERRY LEWIS, LUCILLE BALL, SHIRLEY JONES (1963)

159-BOB HOPE CHEVY SHOW - 10/21/1956 - LUCILLE BALL, DESI ARNAZ, DIANA DORS, JAMES CAGNEY, VIVIAN VANCE, THE HOLLYWOOD DEB STARS

160-THE RED SKELTON HOUR - HARPO MARX, JACK BENNY.

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30 161-ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW (11/1/1962) - Lennon Sisters, Paul Lynde

162-ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW (10/11/1962) - Alan Young & Mr Ed

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RARE DVD COLLECTION= 150 CLASSIC TV GAMESHOWS (1950-60's) - NOT RECORDED OFF TV
120 CLASSIC TV GAMESHOWS

Here are 76 different classic TV Gameshows - there are more than one episode of some shows, making the total shows in this collection to 120 Classic Game Show episodes on 20 DVDs

THESE WERE NOT RECORDED OFF THE GAMESHOW NETWORK OR BROADCAST TV RERUNS!!!

These shows were transferred several years ago from masters of the original film prints. Many have original commercials. Quality will vary episode to episode depending on the quality of the old film print.

CLASSIC TV GAME SHOWS - 20 DVDS

DISC 1

MATCH GAME NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH CROSSWORD (1968) hosted By George Fenneman (Grouchos former sidekick) STOP THE MUSIC CAMMOFLAGE SHENANIGANS (1966) Hosted By Stubby Kaye

DISC 2

QUEEN FOR A DAY (1959) Hosted By Jack Baily ALL ABOUT FACES PASSWORD FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK ON YOUR WAY TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES

DISC 3

JACKPOT BOWLING JACKPOT BOWLING JACKPOT BOWLING JACKPOT BOWLING JACKPOT BOWLING 64.000 CHALLENGE

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PRICE IS RIGHT GOING, GOING GONE GIANT STEP WHO SAID THAT BIG PAYOFF SHADOW STUMPERS

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WHAT'S MY LINE? including the pilot with NY Yankee Hall Of Famer Phil Rizzuto as the mystery guest WHAT'S MY LINE? including the pilot with NY Yankee Hall Of Famer Phil Rizzuto as the mystery guest WHAT'S MY LINE? including the pilot with NY Yankee Hall Of Famer Phil Rizzuto as the mystery guest QUIZ KIDS TAKE A GOOD LOOK BANK OF THE STARS

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64.000 QUESTION PRICE IS RIGHT PLACE THE FACE WO FOR THE MONEY PENNY TO A MILLION BEAT THE CLOCK (1953-56) shows Hosted by Bud Collyer

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DR. I.Q. SENSE AND NONSENSE BEAT THE CLOCK (1953-56) shows Hosted by Bud Collyer QUICK ON THE DRAW (1955) hosted By Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney TWENTY QUESTIONS (1950) Here is the original Dumont Network Version DO YOU TRUST WIFE? (1956) shows hosted by Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy

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TALKING PICTURES (1968) Hosted By Alan Ludden TAKE A GOOD LOOK STUMP THE STARS (1960) Hosted By Mike Stokely with guest stars Fabian, Julie London, Sebastian Cabot, Ruta Lee, Ross Martin and more! TO TELL THE TRUTH TO TELL THE TRUTH TO TELL THE TRUTH

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TO TELL THE TRUTH TO TELL THE TRUTH NUMBER PLEASE DOLLAR A SECOND FACE IS FAMILIAR BREAK THE BANK

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DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE QUICK AS A FLASH PASS THE LINE CONCENTRATION (1964 & 1966) 2 shows hosted By Hugh Downs DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE (1956) shows hosted by Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE (1956) shows hosted by Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy

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BRIDE AND GROOM CHANCE OF A LIFETIME PLAY YOUR HUNCH WHAT'S MY LINE? including the pilot with NY Yankee Hall Of Famer Phil Rizzuto as the mystery guest WHAT'S MY LINE? including the pilot with NY Yankee Hall Of Famer Phil Rizzuto as the mystery guest

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TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES (1956) This is actually the original pilot for the daytime version of the show. It starts with creator Ralph Edwards announcing to the audience the daytime format. Then he introduces a brand new face to MC the show. A man who was about to embark on a new career in television. His name is Bob Barker. THIS IS BOB BARKERS FIRST TV SHOW AS MC! FACE IS FAMILIAR DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE (1957) Daytime version of the show hosted by a very young Johnny Carson PRICE IS RIGHT PDQ TIC TAC DOUGH

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CHANCE OF LIFETIME BINGO AT HOME TO TELL THE TRUTH BEAT THE CLOCK (1953-56) shows Hosted by Bud Collyer TREASURE HUNT (1967) Hosted by John Bartholemew Tucker. Couple compete in a number of water related games to make it to treasure isle and the treasure hunt. (A local show from Florida) IT COULD BE YOU

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NEW PRICE IS RIGHT (1972) This is a very rare item. It is a promotional reel hosted by Mark Goodman (Of Goodman & Todman Productions) introducing the new format for the classic Price Is right (which is the format they still use today). He also introduces the host, Dennis James. WE'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER PEOPLE ARE FUNNY I'VE GOT A SECRET CONCENTRATION (1964 & 1966) 2 shows hosted By Hugh Downs PRICE IS RIGHT

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YOU BET YOUR LIFE YOU BET YOUR LIFE YOU BET YOUR LIFE YOU BET YOUR LIFE YOU BET YOUR LIFE YOU BET YOUR LIFE

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BABY GAME TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES QUIZ KIDS 64.000 QUESTION G.E. COLLEGE BOWL WHAT IN THE WORLD

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IT'S ACADEMIC IT PAYS TO BE IGNORANT PASSWORD PASSWORD PASSWORD PASSWORD

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MAKE THAT SPARE MAKE THAT SPARE MAKE THAT SPARE BOWLING TIME THE DATING GAME WHAT'S MY LINE?

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WHAT'S MY LINE? BLIND DATE (1952) Dating Game hosted by Arlene Francis PASSWORD PASSWORD PASSWORD TAKE A GOOD LOOK

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WHAT'S MY LINE PRICE IS RIGHT
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- SHIRLEY MACLAINE SPECIAL: GYPSY IN MY SOUL

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- SHIRLEY MACLAINE SPECIAL - WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

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DVD 1... 1. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (Jamboree); 2. Buddy Knox - Hula Love; 3. Carl Perkins - Glad All Over; 4. Frankie Avalon - Pretty Baby; 5. Charlie Gracie - Cool Baby; 6. Fats Domino - Wait And See; 7. Jimmy Bowen - Cross Over; 8. Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords - Your Last Chance; 9. The Platters - He's Mine; 10. The Blockbusters - Play This Rock & Roll Guitar; 11. Terry Dene - C'Min And Be Loved; 12. The King Brothers - Hand Me Down My Working Cane; 13. The King Brothers - Six-Five Jive; 14. Jim Dale - The Train Kept A Rollin'; 15. The John Barry Seven - You've Gotta Way; 16. The John Berry Seven - Every Which Way; 17. Don Lang & His Frantic Five - Boy Meets Girl; 18. Lonnie Donegan - Grand Coolie Dam; 19. Lonnie Donegan - Jack-O-Diamonds (G-5 Special); 20. Little Richard - Lucille; 21. Brook Benton - If I Only Had Love; 22. Chuck Berry - Oh Baby Doll; 23. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Fortunate Fellow; 24. Clyde McPhatter - Rock And Cry; 25. Lavern Baker - Humpty Dumpty Heart; 26. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Love Put Me All On My Head; 27. The Moonglows - Barcelona Rock; 28. Clyde McPhatter - You Be There; 29. Teddy Bandazzo - Next Stop: The Paradise; 30. Teddy Bandazzo - Stop Anything I'm Doing;



DVD 2... 1. Little Gerhard - Rockin' Ghosts; 2. Adam Faith - I Did What You Told Me; 3. Adam Faith - Made You; 4. Dion & The Belmonts - A Teenager In Love; 5. Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou; 6. Gary "U.S." Bond - Seven Day's Weekend; 7. Fats Domino - Honey Child; 8. Bo Diddley - Hey Bo Diddley (Live TV); 9. Lonnie Donegan - The Battle Of New Orleans; 10. Joe Turner - Jump Children; 11. Gene Vincent - Space Ship From Mars; 12. The Brook Brothers - Double Trouble; 13. Del Shannon - Talkin' About Me; 14. Ed Byrnes & Connie Stevens - Kookie Kookie; 15. Jerry Lee Lewis - No One, But Me; 16. Terry Dene - C'Min And Be Loved (Slow Version); 17. The Silhouettes - Get A Job; 18. Paul Anka - Put Your Head On My Shoulder; 19. Fats Domino - Ain't That A Shame; 20. Anita Ray - Rock On Saturday Night; 21. Chuck Berry - Maybelline; 22. Gary "U.S. Bond - Quarter To Three; 23. The Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love; 24. Dick "Daddy-O" Contino - I'll Get You Home; 25. The Fleetwoods - Come Softly To Me; 26. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (Bandstand); 27. Jerry Williams - Just The Same; 28. Lonnie Donegan - Mr. Froggie Went-A-Courtin'; 29. Paul Anka - Lonely Boy; 30. The Treniers - Calypso Joe;



DVD 3... 1. Jerry Lee Lewis - High School Confidential (Intro); 2. Joe Maphus - Town Hall Boogie; 3. Ricky Nelson - A Little Too Much; 4. Cliff Richard - Living Doll; 5. Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue; 6. Pat Boone - A Wonderful Time Up There; 7. The Collins Kids - Go Wild Cat; 8. Jo Ann Cambell - Momma Can I Go Out; 9. Cliff Richard - Do You Wanna Dance; 10. George Jones - The Tall Tall Tree; 11. Dr. Ross - The Boogie Disease (Sun 212); 12. Ricky Nelson - Mighty Good; 13. James Rasmussen - Hand Clap; 14. Lonnie Donegan - Tom Dooley; 15. Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line; 16. Cliff Richard - Gee Whiz It's You; 17. Otto Brandenburg - Hip Done Crash; 18. The Spotniks - Rocket Man; 19. Pat Boone - Ain't That A Shame; 20. Jimmy Clanton - Ship In A Stormy Sea; 21. Ricky Nelson - I Believe; 22. Cliff Richard - Please Don't Tease; 23. The Collins Kids - Shake Rattle & Roll; 24. Duane Eddy - Shazam! (Bobby Darin Show); 25. Bobby Helms - Long Gone Daddy; 26. Ricky Nelson - Travelin' Man; 27. Bonnie T - Rat Fink; 28. The Collins Kids - You Can't Help My Love; 29. The Spotniks - Orange Blossom Special; 30. Anthony Newly - Idle Rock-A-Boogie;



DVD 4... 1. Billy Fury - Play It Cool; 2. The Flamingos - Jump Children; 3. Cliff Richard - Nine Times Out Of Ten; 4. Chuck Berry - Little Queenie; 5. The Cadillac's - Please Mr. Johnson; 6. Paul Anka - Diana; 7. Lavern Baker - Love Me Right In The Morning; 8. Teddy Bandazzo - Kiddie-O; 9. Jackie Wilson - You'd Better Know It; 10. Chuck Berry - Memphis Tennessee; 11. Billy Fury - I Think You're Swell; 12. Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream; 13. Shane Fenton & Billy Fury - It's Going To Take Magic; 14. Helen Shapiro - Let's Talk About Love; 15. Ricky Nelson - It's Late; 16. The Chordettes - Lollipop; 17. Pat Boone - Love Letters In The Sand; 18. Sandy Stewart - Playmates; 19. Cliff Richard - Move It; 20. Ferlin Husky - This Moment Of Love; 21. The Collins Kids - That'll Be The Day; 22. Jerry Lee Lewis - I'm On Fire; 23. Little Richard - Send Me Some Lovin'; 24. Jerry Lee Lewis - High School Confidential; 25. Lorrie Collins - Just For You; 26. Shaky Horton - Big Walker; 27. The Cadillac's - Jay Walker; 28. Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On; 29. The Collins Kids - Kokomo; 30. Lionel Hampton - Star Rocket;



DVD 5... 1. Neil Sedaka - Calendar Girl; 2. Moon Mullican - Rock & Roll Mr. Bullfrog; 3. Perry Como - Kewpie Doll; 4. Danny & The Juniors - Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay; 5. Bill Black's Combo - Smokie; 6. Cliff Richard - We Say Yeah; 7. The Shadows - The Savage; 8. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes; 9. Moon Mullican - St. Louis Blues; 10. Vince Taylor - Twenty Eight Rock; 11. Eddie Cochran - C'mon Everybody; 12. Brenda Lee - I'm Sorry; 13. Lavern Baker - Jim Dandy; 14. Lavern Baker - Playing The Game Of Love; 15. Perry Como - Love Makes The World Go Round; 16. Moon Mullican - Cherokee Boogie; 17. Del Shannon - Runaway; 18. Sam Butera - Chantilly Lace; 19. Roy Orbison - Only The Lonely; 20. Perry Como - Mandolins In The Moonlight; 21. The Everly Brothers - Cathy's Clown; 22. Jimmy Clanton - Takes A Long Time; 23. Harvey Of The Moonglows - Don't Be Afraid To Love Me; 24. Cliff Richard - Falling In Love With Me; 25. Eddie Cochran - Teenage Heaven; 26. Dion - The Wanderer; 27. The Marcels - Merry Twist-Mas Everybody; 28. Perry Como - Jukebox Baby; 29. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Kissin' Bug Boogie; 30. Redd Stewart - Rockin' Talkin' Boogie;



DVD 6... 1. Buddy Holly - That'll Be The Day; 2. The Everly Brothers - Lucille; 3. Elvis Presley - Hound Dog; 4. Fats Domino - Let The Four Winds Blow; 5. The Duvells - Bristol Stomp; 6. Gene Chandler - Duke Of Earl; 7. The Carroll Brothers - Hey Bo Diddley; 8. The Everly Brothers - Walk Right Back; 9. Merle Travis - Lost John; 10. Marty Robbins - Singing The Blues; 11. Elvis Presley - Don't Be Cruel; 12. The Collins Kids - Catfish Boogie; 13. Bobby Darin - Dream Lover; 14. Bobby Day - Rockin' Robin; 15. Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley; 16. Jackie Wilson - Lonely Teardrops; 17. Connie Carroll - Rock & Roll Is The Latest Fad; 18. Elvis Presley - Too Much; 19. Elvis Presley - When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again; 20. Jerry Lee Lewis - Breathless; 21. Fats Domino - When My Dreamboat Comes Home; 22. Fats Domino - I'm In Love Again; 23. The Harptones - Hot Rod Baby; 24. The Everly Brothers - Rattlesneakin' Daddy (with Tennessee Ernie Ford); 25. The Wanderers - I'll Be Glad; 26. Marty Robbins - Pretty Mama; 27. Jackie Wilson - That's Why; 28. Jimmy Rodgers - Honeycomb; 29. Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill; 30. The Harptones - Mambo Boogie;



DVD 7... 1. Intro - The Rock & Roll Years; 2. Lord Rockingham's XI - Ra Ra Rockingham; 3. Cherry Walner - Loopie-Doo; 4. The Collins Kids - Let's Have A Party; 5. Connie Francis - Who's Sorry Now; 6. Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman (Bandstand); 7. Anette - Tall Paul; 8. Danny & The Juniors - At The Hop (Bandstand); 9. The Ventures - Wipe Out; 10. The Five Stars - Hey Juanita; 11. Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser; 12. Johnny Carroll - Crazy Crazy Loving; 13. Preacher Smith & The Deacons - Eat Your Heart Out; 14. Ricky Nelson - I'm Walking; 15. Cliff Richard - The Young Ones; 16. Rosco Gordon - Bop It; 17. The Moonglows - I Knew From The Start; 18. Chuck Berry - You Can't Catch Me; 19. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Baby Baby; 20. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent; 21. Johnny Carroll - Wild Wild Woman; 22. Preacher Smith & The Deacons - Roogie Doogie; 23. Johnny Burnette Rock & Roll Trio - Lonesome Train; 24. Freddie Mitchell - Rock & Roll Boogie; 25. Ive Shulman - Rock Pretty Baby; 26. LaVern Baker - Tra La La; 27. The Moonglows - Over & Over Again; 28. The Collins Kids - Catfish Boogie; 29. Ricky Nelson - My Bucket's Got A Hole In It; 30. Anthony Newley - Idle On Parade; 31. Cliff Richard - I Love You;



DVD 8... 1. Shakin' Stevens & The Sunsets - White Lightning; 2. BR5-49 - Go Boy Go; 3. Carl Perkins - Honey Don't; 4. The Comets - You're Never Too Old To Rock; 5. Fats Domino - I'm Gonna Be Wheel Someday; 6. Jerry Lee Lewis & Carl Perkins - Mean Woman Blues / Blue Suede Shoes; 7. Micke Muster - Memphis Tennessee; 8. Linda Gail Lewis & Carl Perkins - Daddy Sings Bass; 9. BR5-49 - Little Ramona; 10. Charlie Pride - Louisiana Man; 11. The Shadows - Shadoogle; 12. Fats Domino - The Fat Man; 13. Webb Pierce - Teenage Boogie; 14. Micke Muster - Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On; 15. BR5-49 - Hometown Boogie; 16. Ricky Nelson - Milkcow Blues Boogie; 17. Clarence Frogman Henry - Ain't Got No Home; 18. Hank Williams Jr - Long Gone Daddy; 19. Ricky Nelson - Waitin' In School; 20. Shakin' Stevens & The Sunsets - Tallahassee Lassie; 21. Marty Robbins - That's Alright Mama; 22. Sha Na Na - Wild Weekend; 23. Sha Na Na - Book Of Love; 24. Fats (Fats & His Cats) - I'm Ready (Starclub, Chicago); 25. Fats (Fats & His Cats) - Hello (Starclub, Chicago); 26. Gary Glitter - Sweet Little Sixteen (Starclub, Chicago); 27. Gary Glitter - Bony Maronie (Starclub, Chicago); 28. Willie & The Poorboys - Chicken Shack Boogie; 29. Willie & The Poorboys - Don't You Lie On Me; 30. Sha Na Na - Rama Lama Ding Dong;



DVD 9... 1. Carl Perkins - Boppin' The Blues; 2. Franny & The Fireballs - The Saints Rock & Roll; 3. Fats & His Cats - Domino Twist; 4. Wheap - Jump Jive & Wail; 5. Roger & The Evolution - Pennies From Heaven; 6. Sha Na Na - Teenager In Love; 7. BR5-49 - One Long Saturday Night; 8. Carl Perkins - Put Your Cats Clothes On; 9. Franny & The Fireballs - Rudy's Rock; 10. Fats & His Cats - Lazy Lady; 11. Little Richard - Great Gosh A Mighty; 12. BR5-49 - Cherokee Boogie; 13. Franny & The Fireballs - Well Now Dig This; 14. Sha Na Na - 16 Candles; 15. Rosanne Cash - What Kind Of Girl; 16. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (1969); 17. Little Richard - Lucille (1969); 18. Sha Na Na - I Wonder Why; 19. Micke Muster - Let The Best Man Win; 20. Cliff Richard - Move It; 21. Crazy Cavan - My Little Sister Got A Motorbike; 22. BR5-49 - Gone Gone Gone; 23. Sha Na Na - Duke Of Earl; 24. Jason D Williams - Dig That Boogie; 25. Cliff Richard - Please Don't Tease; 26. Fats Domino - Whole Lotta Lovin'; 27. Crazy Cavan - Teddyboy Boogie; 28. Bo Diddley - Hey Bo Diddley; 29. The Shadows - FBI; 30. Shakin' Stevens - Sweet Little Rock & Roller;



DVD 10... 1. Johnny Cash - Big River; 2. Jerry Lee Lewis - Mean Woman Blues (Shindig); 3. Billy Fury - Nothin' Shakin'; 4. Chuck Berry - Back In The USA (Bandstand); 5. Freddy Bell & The Bell Boys - Giddy Up A Ding Dong; 6. The Ventures - Feel So Fine; 7. Jerry Lee Lewis - Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu; 8. Elvis Presley - Ready Teddy; 9. Check Berry - Almost Grown (Bandstand); 10. George Jones - White Lightning (1962); 11. Jerry Lee Lewis - High School Confidential (Shindig); 12. The Platters - Dance With Me Henry; 13. Chuck Berry - Johnny B Goode (Bandstand); 14. Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line; 15. Hank Snow - I'm Moving On; 16. Chuck Berry - Sweet Little Sixteen (Bandstand); 17. Jerry Lee Lewis - I Believe In You; 18. Elvis Presley - Don't Be Cruel (Sullivan 2); 19. Bobby Darin & Clyde McPhatter - Mercy Mercy Baby; 20. Jerry Lee Lewis - Breathless (Shindig); 21. Bobby Darin - Clementine; 22. Johnny Cash - Five Feet High & Rising; 23. Elvis Presley - Peace In The Valley; 24. Jerry Lee Lewis - Long Tall Sally (Shindig); 25. The Big Bopper - Chantilly Lace; 26. Dick Richards - Mona Lisa; 27. Clyde McPhatter - Think Me A Kiss; 28. Johnny O'Keefe - A Little Too Much; 29. The Tielman Brothers - Rollin' Rock; 30. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (Shindig);



DVD 11... 1. The Tyrones - Blast Off; 2. John Ashley - Running Lover; 3. Duane Eddy - Shazam!; 4. Alan Dale - One Of These Days; 5. Eddie Cochran - Cottonpicker; 6. Louis Prima & Keely Smith - Hey Boy Hey Girl; 7. Joe Dee & The Starliters - Mother Goose Twist; 8. The Royalteens - Short Short; 9. Danny & The Juniors - At The Hop (Let's Rock); 10. Bob Luman - This Is The Night; 11. The Spotniks - Johnny Guitar; 12. Tommy Sands - Soda Pop Pop; 13. Gene Vincent - Baby Blue; 14. Kenny Lynch - Crazy Crazy; 15. Louis Prima - Bananasplit For My Baby; 16. Mamie Van Doren - Oo Bala Baby; 17. Gene Vincent - Dance In The Street; 18. Louis Prima - When The Saints Go Marching In; 19. Freddy Cannon - Early In The Morning; 20. The Platters - Remember When; 21. Wink Martindale - All Love Broke Loose; 22. Art Baxter - Rock You Sinners; 23. Paul Anka - I'm Still Waiting Here For You; 24. Susan Cabot - Ou-Shoo-Bla-D; 25. Cliff Richard - A Voice In The Wilderness; 26. Chuck Berry - Dear Dad; 27. Gene Vincent - Temptation Baby; 28. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (Dewey Philips Show); 29. Tommy Steele - Teenage Party; 30. Alan Dale - Don't Knock The Rock;



DVD 12... 1. Tommy Sands - Sing Boy Sing; 2. John Ashley - Annie Lorrie; 3. Cliff Richard - L.O.V.E.; 4. Freddy Cannon - The Up's & Down's Of Love; 5. The Ventures - Walk Don't Run; 6. Tommy Sands - Crazy Crazy; 7. Joe Dee & The Starliters - Peppermint Twist; 8. Tommy Steele - Elevator Rock; 9. Louis Prima - Oh Marie; 10. Gene Vincent - Rocky Road Blues; 11. Gene Vincent - Be Bop A Lula; 12. Gene Vincent - Long Tall Sally; 13. Jo-Ann Campbell - Take Me Baby; 14. The Everly Brothers - Wake Up Little Suzy; 15. Tommy Steele - Build Up; 16. Louis Prima - Lazy River; 17. The Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group - Freight Train; 18. Johnny O'Keefe - Danny Boy; 19. The Shadows (US Group) - The Creep; 20. Tommy Steele - Take Me Back Baby; 21. Tommy Adano - Crazy Crazy Party; 22. The Chantays - Pipeline; 23. Johnny & Jo - Over The Mountains; 24. Johnny O'Keefe - You Excited Me; 25. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (Bandstand 1964); 26. The Spotniks - My Bonnie; 27. The Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love; 28. Johnny Olenn - Born Reckless; 29. Wanda Jackson - Let's Have A Party (Twist Version '62); 30. Louis Prima & Keely Smith - Hey Boy Hey Girl (2nd Version);



DVD 13... 1. Connie Francis - Looking For Love; 2. Del Reeves - The Belles Of Southern Bell; 3. Marty Robbins - Tennessee Toddy; 4. Chuck Berry - Roll Over Beethoven (Green. V.); 5. Little Richard - Ready Teddy; 6. Connie Francis - Let's Have A Party; 7. Pat Boone - Bernadine; 8. Del Reeves - Woman Do Funny Things To Me; 9. Elvis Presley - Got A Lot Of Living To Do; 10. Frankie Ford - Alimony; 11. Johnny Olenn - Ain't Gonna Cry No More; 12. Connie Francis - Tick Tack; 13. Chuck Berry - Maybelline (Green. V.); 14. Pat Boone - Love Letters In The Sand; 15. Jason D. Williams - It Will Be Me; 16. Tennessee Ernie Ford & Everly Brothers - Rattlesnake Daddy; 17. Justin Tubb - You Nearly Lose Your Mind; 18. Little Richard - Do The Party; 19. Rockin' Dopsie - The Louisiana Two-Step; 20. The Blizzards - Crazy Baby; 21. Roy Orbison - Ooby Dooby; 22. The Everly Brothers - Bird Dog; 23. The Treniers - Rock Everybody; 24. Brenda Lee - I'm Learning About Love; 25. Carl Perkins - The EP Express; 26. Fats Domino - Blue Monday (Monkees); 27. Jee Lee Lewis - Down The Line (Monkees); 28. Eddie Cochran - Twenty Flight Rock; 29. The Righteous Brothers - Justine; 30. Chuck Berry - Johnny B Goode (Green. V.);



DVD 14... 1. Cell Block Seven - Hot Rock; 2. Johnny Carroll - Rockin' Maybelle; 3. The Collins Kids - Just Because; 4. Ricky Nelson - Tear Me Up; 5. Carl Perkins - Matchbox; 6. Wanda Jackson - Cool Love; 7. Eddie Cochran - Something Else; 8. Roger Miller - Engine Engine #9; 9. The Treniers - One Of These Days; 10. Louis Prima - Alright, Ok You Win; 11. The Collins Kids - Hot Rod; 12. Ricky Nelson - One Of These Mornings; 13. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes; 14. Roger Miller - King Of The Road; 15. The Treniers - The House Still Rockin'; 16. Ricky Nelson - Never Be Anyone Else But Me; 17. The Ventures - Caravan; 18. The Ventures - The Cruel Sea; 19. The Collins Kids - Hoy Hoy; 20. Jeannie Mack - Dirty Dishes; 21. Johnny Cash - There You Go; 22. Eddie Bond - Hey Joe; 23. Skeets McDonald - In The Jailhouse Now; 24. Les Anderson - New Panhandle Rag; 25. Ricky Nelson - Trying To Get Over You; 26. Carl Perkins - Your True Love; 27. The Below Twins - Lonesome; 28. Joe Maphis - Tennessee Fiddle Swing; 29. The Collins Kids - They're Still In Love; 30. Johnny Carroll - Sugar Baby;



DVD 15... 1. Sounds Inc. - Keep Moving; 2. The Sparkletones - Black Slacks; 3. Fabian - Tiger (Sullivan); 4. Dean Martin - Memories Are Made Of This; 5. Connie Francis - Everybody's Somebody's Fool; 6. Dick Dale - Swingin' & Surfin'; 7. Bobby Helms - You Are My Special Angel; 8. Buddy Holly - Oh Boy; 9. Little Richard - Tutti Frutti; 10. Brook Benton - It's Just A Matter Of Time; 11. Fabian - Turn Me Loose (Sullivan); 12. The Peanuts - Rock & Roll Music; 13. Sam Cooke - You Send Me (Sullivan); 14. Guy Mitchell - Singing The Blues; 15. Little Richard - Long Tall Sally; 16. Harry Belafonte - Jamaica Farewell; 17. The Angels - My Boyfriend's Back; 18. Rusty Draper - Freight Train; 19. Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue (Murray); 20. The Rays - Silhouettes; 21. The Treniers - You Gotta Walk On Baby; 22. Johnny Otis - Willie & The Handjive; 23. Jackie Wilson - I'm Coming Back To You; 24. The Platters - Only You (Sullivan); 25. Harry Belafonte - Mule Skinner Blues; 26. Jack Jones - The Freeze; 27. The Goofers - Wow; 28. The Chordettes - Lollipop (Sullivan); 29. Sheb Wooley - The Purple People Eater; 30. David Seville - Witch Doctor;



DVD 16... 1. Sha Na Na - Get A Job; 2. Mike Sanchez - Flatfoot Sam; 3. Jason D. Williams - Slow Down; 4. Little Richard - Keep A Knockin'; 5. Boots Randolph - Down Yonder; 6. Bobby Darin - Splish Splash; 7. Carl Perkins - Restless; 8. Rockin' Dopsie - Ay-Tete-Fee; 9. Sha Na Na - Yakety Yak; 10. Tanya Tucker & Little Richard - Something Else; 11. Mickey Gilley - Jerry Lee Lewis medley; 12. The Stray Cats - Gene & Eddie; 13. Jerry Lee Lewis - Chantilly Lace; 14. Ronnie Hawkins - Wild Little Willie; 15. Little Richard - Around The World; 16. Carl Perkins - 3rd Man Theme; 17. Johnny Cash - Luther Played The Boogie; 18. Micke Muster - Jambalaya; 19. Mike Sanchez - Jitterbug Boogie; 20. Crazy Cavan - Hot Rock; 21. Ray Campi - Rock-A-Billy Rebel; 22. Freddie Fingers Lee - High School Confidential; 23. Charlie Rich - Break Up; 24. Micke Muster & Linda Gail Lewis - Bonnie B.; 25. Mike Sanchez - Lights Out; 26. The Everly Brothers - Bowling Green; 27. Jerry Lee Lewis & The Bee Gees - Money; 28. Ronnie Hawkins - Sick & Tired; 29. Ricky Nelson - Do You Know What I Mean; 30. Little Richard - Rubber Ducky;



DVD 17... 1. Little Tony & His Brothers - Che Tipo Rock; 2. The Collins Kids - Bread Rock; 3. Freddy Cannon - Action; 4. Mamie Van Doren - Hey Mama; 5. Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Allen); 6. Lord Rockingham's XI - Long John; 7. Chris Andrews - Move It; 8. Don Lang - Red Planet Rock; 9. Lorrie Collins - I'm In My Tears; 10. The Del Vikings - Come Go With Me; 11. The Platters - I'm Sorry; 12. The Collins Kids - Let The Good Times Roll; 13. Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park; 14. Johnny & Jack - Move It On Over; 15. Les Anderson - No Help Wanted; 16. Paul Anka - Lonely Boy (Girls Town); 17. Jimmy Darren - Because They're Young; 18. Sonny James - Young Love (Color); 19. Merle Travis - Lost John; 20. The Tielman Brothers - Black Eyes Rock; 21. Coleen Hicks - Giddy Up A Ding Dong; 22. Gene Vincent - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On; 23. Freddy Cannon - The Dedication Song; 24. Jan & Dean - Baby Talk; 25. The Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love (Lulu's); 26. Del Reeves - Girl On The Billboard; 27. Screaming Lord Sutch - Jack The Ripper (Color); 28. Vince Taylor - Trouble (Complete); 29. Brenda Lee - Hummin' The Blues; 30. Brenda Lee - Bill Bailey;



DVD 18... 1. Rocco & The Saints - Record Hop Tonight; 2. The Five Keys - Ling Ting Tong; 3. Conway Twitty - Danny Boy; 4. Frankie Ford - Sea Cruise; 5. The Coasters - Charlie Brown; 6. Little Anthony & The Imperials - Shimmy Shimmy Ko-Ko-Bop; 7. Slim Whitman - Unchain My Heart; 8. Billy Williams Quartet - Goodnight Irene; 9. Connie Francis - Nobody Richer Than Me; 10. Chubby Checker - The Twist / Let's Twist Again (Sullivan); 11. The Mellow Kings - Tonight Tonight; 12. The Ink Spots - In A Shanty; 13. The Fleetwoods - Come Softly To Me (Sullivan); 14. Tony Crombie & His Rockets - Let's You And I Rock; 15. The Five Satins - In The Still Of The Night; 16. Lorrie Collins - Soda Poppin' Around; 17. Art Baxter & His Rockin' Sinners - Rock You Sinners; 18. Tony Crombie & His Rockets - Brighton Rock; 19. Patsy Cline - Walkin' After Midnight; 20. Johnny Tillotson - Judy; 21. Louise Cordell - I Gotta Know; 22. Jet Harris & Tony Meehan - Hully Gully; 23. Joe Brown - What's The Name Of The Game; 24. Freddy Cannon - Beachwood City; 25. Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes; 26. Dickie Pride - Slippin' & Slidin'; 27. Elvis Presley - Blue Suede Shoes (Colour 1956); 28. Tony Sheridan - I Like It; 29. Billy Miles - The Joker; 30. The Titans - So Hard To Laugh;



DVD 19... 1. Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues (Clear Sound); 2. Buddy Knox - Party Doll (Full Version); 3. Jimmy Bowen - I'm Stickin' With You; 4. Jan & Dean - White Tennis Sneakers; 5. The Sparkletones - Rocket (Nat King Cole Show); 6. The Sparkletones - Black Slacks (Nat King Cole Show); 7. Brenda Lee - Dynamite; 8. Ferlin Husky - Gone; 9. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons; 10. Freddy Cannon - Tallahassee Lassie / Buzz Buzz Diddle It; 11. Bill Blacks Combo - Yogi; 12. Jan & Dean - There's The Girl; 13. The Crystals - Watching You; 14. Judy Tyler - Roving Gal; 15. Jan & Dean - Baby Talk; 16. Margo Woode - Hard Rock Candy Baby; 17. Johnny Otis Show - Willie & The Hand Jive; 18. The 3 Tons Of Joy - Goody Goody; 19. Jan & Dean - Oh Julie; 20. Gene Vincent - Bluejean Bop (RAI); 21. Gene Vincent - Sexy Ways (RAI); 22. Ritchie Valens - Oh My Head; 23. Jan & Dean - We Go Together; 24. Wilbert Harrison - Kansas City; 25. Nick Todd - Plaything; 26. Brenda Lee - It's Never Too Late; 27. Sugar Chile Robinson - After School Boogie; 28. Billy Ward & The Dominos - Stardust; 29. Neil Sedaka - Ring A Rockin' (Bandstand); 30. Johnny Horton - The Battle Of New Orleans;



DVD 20... 1. The Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody; 2. Johnny & The Hurricanes - Reveille Rock; 3. Arch Hall Jr. - I'm Gonna Love You Baby; 4. George Hamilton IV - If You Don't Know; 5. The Extra-Ordinaires - Rockin' & Rollin'; 6. Bobby Vee - Pretty Girls Everywhere; 7. Fats Domino - Sleepin' In My Job; 8. Johnny & The Hurricanes - Buckeye; 9. Larry Williams - Short Fat Fanny; 10. Connie Francis - Who's Sorry Now; 11. Rod Bernard - Time Goes On Forever; 12. Leroy Van Dyke - The Auctioneer; 13. Nat King Cole - Medley: True Love / Jamaica Farewell / Jailhouse Rock; 14. Johnny Ray - Such A Night; 15. Tommy Steele - Let You Here Down; 16. Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By; 17. Freddie Bell & The Bellboys - Get The First Train Out Of Town; 18. Louis Prima - The Old Black Magic; 19. George Hamilton IV & Leroy Van Dyke - I'm Moving On; 20. Ricky Nelson - A Teenager's Romance; 21. The Auctioneers - Instrumental; 22. The Extra-Ordinaires - Jump Children; 23. Adriano Celantano - L'Ora The Boogie (Birth Of The Boogie); 24. Ricky Nelson - Be Bop Baby; 25. Bobby Vee - More Than I Can Say; 26. Ray Charles - Sticks & Stones; 27. Gordon Terry - Wild Honey; 28. The Collins Kids - Kaw Liga; 29. Tommy Steele - Happy Guitar; 30. Arch Hall Jr. - Twist On Baby;



DVD 21... 1. UK TV Commercial - Great Balls Of Fire; 2. Ricky Nelson - Mystery Train; 3. Mike Sanchez & The Extraordinaires - Almost Grown; 4. Conway Twitty - Mona Lisa / Danny Boy; 5. The Treniers - Rockin' Is Our Business; 6. Bill Haley & His Comets - Huckleberry; 7. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Why Do Fools Fall In Love; 8. Trini Lopez - If I Had A Hammer; 9. Mike Sanchez - Wild One; 10. Micke Muster - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On; 11. Marty Robbins - Maybelline; 12. Elvis Presley - Medley: Hound Dog / Love Me Tender / Heartbreak Hotel; 13. Marty Robbins - A White Sport Coat; 14. The Collins Kids - Rock Away Rock; 15. The Everly Brothers - Problems; 16. Paul Anka - It's Time To Cry; 17. Patsy Cline - Walkin' After Midnight; 18. Sam The Sham - Wooly Bully; 19. Johnny & The Hurricanes - Red River Rock; 20. Micke Muster - Great Balls Of Fire; 21. Mike Sanchez - Red Hot Mama; 22. Patsy Cline - Lovesick Blues; 23. The Everly Brothers - Long Time Gone; 24. The Diamonds - Words Of Love; 25. The Collins Kids - Razzle Dazzle; 26. Brenda Lee & Tennessee Ernie Ford - One For My Baby; 27. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes 1968; 28. The Everly Brothers ('50 Colour) - Lucille; 29. Johnny & Joe - Sweet Love On My Mind; 30. The Swingin' Blue Jeans - Good Golly Miss Molly; 31. Jimmy & The Rackets - Pretend;



DVD 22... 1. Ricky Nelson - True Love; 2. Bobby Rydell - Swingin' School; 3. Neil Sedaka - I Go Ape; 4. Freddy Cannon - Too Much Monkey Business (Shindig); 5. Bo Diddley - Roadrunner (Shindig); 6. Bill Haley & C. Valente - Vive La Rock & Roll; 7. Bobby Bare - 500 Miles Away From Home; 8. Freddy Cannon - Southdown USA; 9. Johnny Cash - Orange Blossom Special (Shindig); 10. Jerry Lee Lewis - Long Tall Sally (Shindig); 11. Ricky Nelson - Glory Train; 12. Del Shannon - Searchin'; 13. Neil Sedaka - Calendar Girl; 14. Neil Sedaka - Little Devil; 15. Dean Martin - I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine; 16. LaVern Baker - Playing The Game Of Love; 17. The Duprees - You Belong To Me; 18. Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock; 19. Bill Haley & The Comets - The Saints Rock & Roll (1958); 20. The Platters - You Never Know; 21. Elvis Presley - A Big Hunk Of Love; 22. The Crew Cats - Sh Boom; 23. Dion - Ruby Baby; 24. Dick Dale - The Wedge; 25. Dick Dale - Boney Maronie; 26. Trini Lopez - Kansas City; 27. Jerry Lee Lewis - Hold Me Close; 28. Connie Stevens - Sixteen Reasons; 29. Ral Donner - Cinderella Twist; 30. Mamie Van Doren - Razzle Dazzle (Haley - Dance Only);



DVD 23... 1. Little Richard - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Shindig); 2. Bert Weedon - Guitar Boogie Shuffle; 3. Bill Haley & The Comets - Hot Dog Buddy Buddy (Colour 1958); 4. The Coasters - Along Came Jones; 5. Del Shannon - Runaway; 6. The Platters - Darktown Strutters Ball; 7. Heinz - Just Like Eddie; 8. Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet 16 (Shindig); 9. Little Richard - Bama Lama Bama Lou (Shindig); 10. Freddy Cannon - In The Night (Shivaree); 11. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Don't Be A Shame; 12. The Crests - Step By Step; 13. Memphis Slim - All By Myself; 14. Bob Luman - Let's Think About Living; 15. Jerry Lee Lewis - Sweet Georgia Brown; 16. Freddy Cannon - What Do I Hear?; 17. Celloloid - Sleepless Night; 18. Lorrie Collins & Ricky Nelson - Just Because; 19. Neil Sedaka - Oh Carol; 20. Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry; 21. Coast To Coast - Let's Jump The Broomstick; 22. The Coasters - What Is The Secret Of Your Success?; 23. Neil Sedaka - I Hope To Break Your Heart; 24. Shelly Fabares - Johnny Angel; 25. Elvis Presley - Are You Lonesome Tonight; 26. Frankie Lymon - Goodie Goodie; 27. Ricky Nelson - Bye Bye Love; 28. The Platters - My Dreams (Colour); 29. Freddy Cannon - Maverick Flat; 30. Jackie Wilson - Reet Petite (Comic); 31. BONUS TRACK (with small audio jumps, VERY RARE!): Hank Williams Sr. - Hey Good Lookin';



DVD 24... 1. The Wanderers - First, Last And Only Girl; 2. Preacher Smith & The Deacons - Eat Your Heart Out; 3. Rosco Gordon & The Red Tops - Bop It; 4. The Hurricanes - I'll Be Glad; 5. The Belew Twins - Lonesome; 6. The Platters - He's Mine; 7. Alan Dale - I Cry More; 8. Don Coates & The Bon Aires - Love Never Forgets; 9. Little Richard - Tutti Frutti; 10. The Flamingos - Jump Children; 11. Johnny Carroll - Sugar Baby; 12. Jimmy Clanton - My Love Is Strong; 13. The Three Chuckles - Won't You Give Me A Chance; 14. Vic Dana - Little Altar Boy; 15. The Dovels - Got A Matter With Me; 16. Dion - The Majestic; 17. Chubby Checker - Twist Along; 18. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Love Put Me Out Of My Head; 19. Teddy Randazzo - Next Stop Paradise; 20. LaVern Baker - Humpy Dumpy Heart; 21. Ferlin Husky - You Make Me Live Again; 22. Lionel Hampton - Star Rocket; 23. Shayne Cogan - Pathway To Sin; 24. The Platters - I'm Sorry; 25. Rosco Gordon & The Red Tops - Chicken In The Rough; 26. Bill Haley & His Comets - Hot Dog Buddy Buddy; 27. Johnny Carroll - Crazy Crazy Lovin'; 28. Little Richard - Long Tall Sally; 29. The Cell Block 7 - The Saint Song; 30. Preacher Smith & The Deacons - Boogie Doogie; 31. Fats Domino - Honey Chile; 32. Eddie Cochran - Teenage Heaven; 33. The 5 Stars - Hey Juanita; 34. Jackie Wilson - You Better Know It; 35. Chuck Berry - Little Queenie; 36. Jimmy Clanton - Ship On A Stormy Sea; 37. The Moonglows - I Knew From The Star; 38. Johnny Burnette Trio - Lonesome Train; 39. LaVern Baker - Tra La La; 40. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Baby Baby; 41. Dion - The Wanderer; 42. The Dovels - Bristol Stomp; 43. Linda Scott - Yessiree; 44. Gene Chandler - Duke Of Earl; 45. Teddy Randazzo - Kiddio; 46. Brook Benton - If Only I Had Known; 47. Gene Vincent - Space Ship To Mars; 48. Paul Anka - Put Your Head On My Shoulder; 49. The Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love; 50. The Ultras - My Violetta (Instrumental);



DVD 25... 1. Johnny & Jack - Move It On Over; 2. Sonny James - Young Love; 3. Del Reeves - Girl On The Billboard; 4. Sha Na Na - Get A Job; 5. Little Richard - Keep A Knocking; 6. Boots Randolph - Down Yonder (instrumental); 7. Carl Perkins - Restless; 8. Little Richard & Tanya Tucker - Somethin' Else; 9. Jerry Lee Lewis - Chantilly Lace; 10. Ronnie Hawkins - Wild Little Willie; 11. Crazy Cavan - Hot Rot; 12. Freddie "Fingers" Lee - High School Confidential; 13. Charlie Rich - Break Up; 14. The Everly Brothers - Bowling Green; 15. Ricky Nelson - Do You Know What I Mean; 16. Freddy Cannon - Blackwood City; 17. Elvis Presley - Blue Suede Shoes; 18. Marty Robbins - Singing The Blues; 19. Fats & His Cats - Domino Twist (Dance With Mr. Domino); 20. Rosanne Cash - What Kind Of Girl; 21. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire; 22. Little Richard - Lucille; 23. Mick Muster - Let The Best Man Win; 24. Cliff Richard - Move It; 25. Crazy Cavan - My Little Sister Got A Motorbike; 26. Carl Perkins - Honey Don't; 27. The Comets - You're Never Too Old To Rock And Roll; 28. Fats Domino - I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday; 29. Linda Gail Lewis & Carl Perkins - Daddy Sang Bass; 30. Charley Pride - Louisiana Man; 31. Webb Pierce - Teenage Boogie; 32. Ricky Nelson - Milkcow Blues Boogie; 33. Marty Robbins - That's Alright Mama; 34. Gary Glitter - Sweet Little Sixteen; 35. Willie & The Poorboys - Don't You Lie To Me; 36. Moon Mullican - St. Louis Blues; 37. Vince Taylor - 20 Flight Rock; 38. The Extra-Ordinaires - Rockin' And Rollin'; 39. Bobby Vee - Pretty Girls Everywhere; 40. Ricky Nelson - Mystery Train; 41. Mike Sanchez & The Extra-Ordinaires - Almost Grown; 42. Mike Sanchez - Wild One; 43. Little Richard - Dancing All Around The World; 44. Fats Domino - The Fat Man; 45. Ricky Nelson - Waiting In School; 46. Ray Price - Crazy Arms; 47. Jim Reeves - I've Lived A Lot In My Time; 48. Ernest Tubb - I Wunder Why You Said "Goodbye"; 49. Webb Price - I'm Walking The Dog; 50. The Rocks - Louisiana Love Affair (instrumental);



DVD 26... 1. Dion & The Belmonts - I Wonder Why; 2. The Duprees - You Belong To Me; 3. The Crests - A Year Ago Tonight; 4. Connie Stevens - Sixteen Reasons; 5. Shelly Fabares - Johnny Angel; 6. The Crests - Six Nights A Week; 7. The Five Keys - Ling Ting Tong (original); 8. Chuck Berry - School Days (Bandstand); 9. The Crests - Step By Step; 10. The Teddy Bears - To Know Him Is To Love Him; 11. Bobby Day - Bluebird Buzzard / The Oriole; 12. Frankie Ford - Sea Cruise; 13. Jan & Dean - White Tennis Sneakers; 14. The Crests - Trouble In Paradise; 15. The Collins Kids - Rock & Roll Polka; 16. Duane Eddy - 30 Miles Bad Road; 17. The Crests - The Angels Listened In; 18. The Collins Kids - Rock Around The Clock; 19. The Collins Kids - In My Teams; 20. Lavern Baker - Playing The Game Of Love; 21. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Don't Be A Shame; 22. The Collins Kids - Razzle Dazzle; 23. Jan & Dean - There's A Girl; 24. Joe Bennett & The Sparkletones - Rocket; 25. Brian Hyland - Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie; 26. The Coasters - Searchin'; 27. The Four Lovers - Baby Please Don't Go; 28. The Ventures - Walk Don't Run; 29. The Four Lovers - You're The Apple Of My Eyes; 30. Sugar Chile Robinson - Numbers Boogie;



DVD 27... 1. Lou Monte - The Italian Cowboy Song (Bandstand); 2. Fats Domino - Valley Of Tears (Perry Como Show); 3. Fats Domino - It's You All Love (Perry Como Show); 4. Fats Domino - I'm Walkin' (Perry Como Show); 5. Laurie London - Boom A Lada Boom Boom; 6. Freddy Cannon - Tallahassee Lassie / Abigail Beecher / Buzz Buzz Diddle It; 7. Freddy Cannon - Beachwood City; 8. Art & Dottie Todd - Chanson D'Amour (Bandstand); 9. Sam Cooke - Everybody Likes Cha Cha Cha (Bandstand); 10. Brenda Lee - You Can't Defend On Me (Perry Como Show); 11. Bobby Rydell - I Dig Girls (Bandstand); 12. Jack Scott - What In The World Comes Over You (Bandstand); 13. Jimmy Jones - Handy Man (Bandstand); 14. Louis Prima - Just A Gigolo (Ed Sullivan Show); 15. Conway Twitty - It's Only Make Believe (Perry Como Show); 16. Paul Anka - Melody D'Amour (Bandstand); 17. Paul Anka - Put Your Head On My Shoulder (Bandstand); 18. Fabian - Friendly World; 19. Robin Luke - Bad Boy (Bandstand); 20. Rod Lauren - If I Had A Girl (Bandstand); 21. Johnny & Jack - Sweet Love On My Mind; 22. Bobby Rydell - On Top Of The World; 23. The Everly Brothers - Let It Be Me (Bandstand); 24. Bob Wills & Texas Playboys - Chattanooga Choo Choo; 25. Dion - The Wanderer (live Belgium 1963); 26. Dion - Donna Primadonna (live Belgium 1963); 27. Johnny Hallyday - Teenage Idol; 28. The Everly Brothers - (Til) I Kissed You (Bandstand); 29. Jimmy Connors - Splish Splash; 30. Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - Charlie Brown; 31. Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - So Fine; 32. Vince Taylor - 20 Flight Rock (Olympia Paris 1960);



DVD 28... 1. Fabian - Tiger (Paramount Theatre '59); 2. Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Clay Cole Show); 3. Dick & Dee Dee - Where Did All The Good Times Go; 4. The Angels - My Boyfriend's Back (Clay Cole Show); 5. Bobby Rydell - Let's Twist Again (WFCB-TV); 6. Dionne Warwick - Message To Michael (Clay Cole Show '66); 7. Righteous Brothers - Justine (Fox Theatre '65); 8. Petula Clark - Downtown (Rock-A-Teen Show '64); 9. Frankie Avalon - A Boy Without A Girl (Alan Freed Show '56); 10. Del Shannon - Stranger In Town (WKIE-TV '65); 11. Johnny Rivers - Maybelline (WKIE-TV '64); 12. Johnny Rivers - Memphis (WKIE-TV '64); 13. Marty Robbins - El Paso (Imperial Films '59); 14. Bobby Vee - Pretty Girls Everywhere (Scope A Tone Films '61); 15. Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Scope A Tone Films '62); 16. Bobby Darin - Mack The Knife (Clay Cole Show '59); 17. Del-Vikings - Jitterbug Mary (Alan Freed Show '57); 18. Little Anthony & The Imperials - I'm Alright (version Murray The K '59); 19. The Drifters - Down At The Club (WKIE '60); 20. Paul Anka - Diana (Alan Freed Show '57); 21. Alan Freed Show - WNEW-TV '57; 22. The Exiters - Tell Him (Scope A Tone Films '63); 23. The Exiters - He's Got The Power (Scope A Tone Films '63); 24. Dion - Ruby Baby (Scope A Tone Films '63); 25. The Platters - The Great Pretender (WPCN '55); 26. The Platters - Only You (WPCN '55); 27. Gary Lewis & Playboys - This Diamond Ring (WKIE '65); 28. Jay & The Americans - Only In America (WKIE '64); 29. Jay & The Americans - Come A Little Bit Closer (WKIE '64); 30. Millie Small - My Boy Lollipop (WKIE '64); 31. Lucy Ball & Friends - California Here I Come-USA 1959 (Joke - BONUS);



DVD 29... 1. The Platters - Twilight Time (French TV '58); 2. Connie Francis - Tweedle Dee... (WPIX '59); 3. Brenda Lee - I'm Sorry (WPIX '60); 4. The Diamonds - Little Darlin' (Alan Freed Show '57); 5. The Diamonds - Words Of Love (Alan Freed Show '57); 6. Ivory Joe Hunter - Since I Met You Baby (Alan Freed Show '56); 7. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - Why Do Fools Fall In Love (Frankie Lane Show '56); 8. Frankie Lymon - Goody Goody (Ted Steel Show '57); 9. The Champs - Too Much Tequila (Scope A Tone Film '60); 10. Conway Twitty - It's Only Make Believe (Alan Freed Show '58); 11. Little Anthony & The Imperials - I'm Alright (second version, WKIE '65); 12. Little Anthony & The Imperials - It Hurts So Bad (WKIE TV Canada '65); 13. Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser; 14. Santo & Johnny - Sleep Walk; 15. The Teddy Bears - To Know Him Is To Love Him; 16. Paul Anka - Put Your Head On My Shoulder; 17. Tennessee Ernie Ford - 16 Tons; 18. Everly Brothers (Color) - Lucille; 19. Everly Brothers (Color) - Walk Right In; 20. Everly Brothers with Tennessee Ernie Ford (Color) - Rattlesnake Daddy; 21. Everly Brothers with Tennessee Ernie Ford (Color) - Bird Dog; 22. Brenda Lee - Learning About Love (Tennessee Ernie Ford Show in color); 23. Brenda Lee - One For My Baby (Tennessee Ernie Ford Show in color); 24. Johnny & Jack - Sweet Love On My Mind (new copy); 25. Cliff Richard - Whole Lotta Shakin'... (60's); 26. The Crystals - He's The Rebel; 27. The Crystals - Da-Doo-Ron-Ron; 28. Cliff & Shadows - Medley; 29. Trini Lopez - America; 30. Trini Lopez - If I Had A Hammer; 31. Helen Shapiro - Queen For Tonight; 32. Johnny Tilotson - Talk Back Trembling Lips; 33. Chuck Berry - Reelin' & Rockin'.=
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HOLLYWOOD MYSTERIES AND SCANDALS - 28 DVDS - ULTIMATE COLLECTION
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HOLLYWOOD MYSTERY AND SCANDALS 20 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION ..58 EPISODES ...HOSTED BY A.J. BENZA . MOST ARE EXCELLENT PICTURE..-GREAT SERIES ON HOLLYWOOD AND THE DARK SIDE OF THE STARS (DRUGS AND DRINKING PROBLEMS, LOVERS, DEATHS, ARRESTS ETC ETC )

VOLUME 1 : ALAN LADD, AVA GARDNER, BELA LUGOSI

VOLUME 2 : BETTE DAVIS, BEVERLY HILLS (CITY), BING CROSBY

VOLUME 3: ELIZABETH SHORT (BLACK DAHLIA), BOBBY DARIN, DOROTHY KILGALLEN

VOLUME 4 : ED WOOD, FATTY ARBUCKLE, FLORENCE BALLARD (SUPREMES)

VOLUME 5 : GEORGE REEVES (SUPERMAN), HARRY HOUDINI, HOLYWOOD GHOSTS

VOLUME 6 : JOAN CRAWFORD, JON-ERIC HEXUM, JUDY GARLAND

VOLUME 7: LANA TURNER, LOUISE BROOKS, MABEL NORMAND

VOLUME 8: JACK CASSIDY, JAMES DEAN, JAYNE MANSFIELD,

VOLUME 9: MARILYN MONROE, MARLENE DIETRICH, MONTGOMERY CLIFF

VOLUME 10 : ALFALFA AND THE LITTLE RASCALS, CLARA BOW, GAIL RUSSELL

VOLUME 11 : JEAN HARLOW, JEFFREY HUNTER, JOHN GARFIELD

VOLUME 12 : JUDY HOLLIDAY, LON CHANEY AND LON CHANEY JR, TENNESSE WILLIAMS

VOLUME 13 : VINCENT PRICE, WILLIAM HOLDEN, BUGSY SIEGAL AND VIRGINIA HILL

VOLUME 14 : CHARLIE CHAPLIN, VIVIAN VANCE, HARRY JAMES & BETTY GRABLE

VOLUME 15 : INGER STEVENS, ORSON WELLES, PEG ENTWISTLE

VOLUME 16 : PETER LAWFORD, RAMON NOVARRO, RAYMOND CHANDLER

VOLUME 17 : SUSAN CABOT, RITA HAYWORTH, SAL MINEO

VOLUME 18 : THE KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL, PAUL LYNDE, THELMA TODD,

VOLUME 19 : LENNY BRUCE, MARIO LANZA, THELMA TODD (REPEAT)

VOLUME 20 : VERONICA LAKE, FRANKIE LYMON

VOLUME 21 : ALFALFA AND THE LITTLE RASCALS, FLORENCE BALLARD(THE SUPREMES), JUDY GARLAND, HARRY HOUDINI

VOLUME 22 : DOROTHY KILGALLENM, TV QUIZ SHOW FRAUD, THE HILLSIDE STRANGLERS, MARILYN MONROE, CAROL WAYNE

VOLUME 23 : THE MARIO LANZA STORY, BEVERLY HILLS BABYLON

VOLUME 24 : PETER LAWFORD, PETER DUEL

VOLUME 25 : PAUL LYNDE, BOBBY FULLER

VOLUME 26 : JOHN-ERIK HEXUM, THE KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL

VOLUME 27: GROUXO MARX

VOLUME 28: BUDDY HOLLY

VOLUME 29: BLACK DAHLIA

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ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - 18 MOVIES - 18 DVDS
1 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - CROWHAVEN FARM, 1970

2 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - BAD RONALD 1974

3 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - NIGHT TERROR, 1977

4 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - THE SPELL, 1977

5 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - SATAN'S SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS, 1973

6 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - KILLER BEES, 1974

7 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - GET CHRISTIE LOVE, 1974

8 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - THE IMORTAL - PILOT, 1970

9 - ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - DUEL - 1971

10- ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN, 1973

11- ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - THE GIRL WHO CAME GIFT WRAPED - 1974

12- ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - STARSKY AND HUTCH, 1975

13- ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - GIDGET GROES UP - 1969

14- ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK COLLECTION - THE POINT - 1971

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THE JOHNNY CASH SHOW - COMPLETE SERIES - 27 RARE DVDS
JOHNNY CASH SHOW 27 DVD FULL SERIES 1969 - 1971 58 FULL 1-HR EPISODES

EXCELLENT PICTURE, MENU WITH SHOW SELECT... SEASON 1, EPISODE 1: Original Air Date - 7 June 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "The Wall", "Greystone Chapel" & "It Ain't Me, Babe" (with June Carter Cash). Bob Dylan sings "I Threw it All Away" and "Livin' the Blues"; Joni Mitchell sings "Both Sides Now"; Doug Kershaw sings "Diggy, Liggy Lo"; Johnny & Bob Dylan duet on "Girl from the North Country";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 2: Original Air Date - 14 June 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Hey Porter", "Wreck of the Old 97", "I've Got a Thing About Trains" and "Wabash Cannonball". Johnny & Gordon Lightfoot duet on "For Lovin' Me". Johnny, Dan Blocker & Joey Scarborough perform "Folsom Prison Blues". The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot". Johnny does a medley of "Get Rhythm", "There You Go", "Still In Town" and "The One On the Right is on the Left"

SEASON 1, EPISODE 3: Original Air Date - 21 June 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Rock Island Line", "Cry, Cry, Cry", "I Tremble For You, Darling Companion" (with June Carter Cash) and "Wanted Man" (written by Johnny and Bob Dylan); Eddie Albert sings "Green, Green Grass of Home"; Jerry Reed sings "This Thing Called Love" and "Blue Moon Over Kentucky"; Linda Ronstadt sings "The Only Man That'll Walk the Line" and "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"; Johnny & Eddie duet on "Detroit City", "Sloop" & "John B". All join in for "He's Got the Whole World in His Hand";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 4: Original Air Date - 5 July 1969: Johnny Cash sings "I Guess Things Happen That Way", "Loading Coal", "Dark as a Dungeon", "Cocaine Blues", "Blistered", "Ballad of a Teenaged Queen" and "You Beat All I Ever Saw". Johnny & Buffy Sainte-Marie duet on "Custer". Johnny & Doug McClure duet on "Cowboy Buckaroo". The Cowsills duet with Johnny on "Children Go Where I Send Thee". Johnny & June Carter Cash perform "Keep On the Sunnyside". The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Lead Me Gently Home";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 5: Original Air Date - 12 July 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ballad of John Henry". Johnny & Jeannie C. Riley duet on "Bad News". Glen Campbell & Johnny do a medley of "I've Been Everywhere", "By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Galveston", "Abilene", "Arkansas", "I Got Stripes" and "I Still Miss Someone". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Jackson". The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "These Hands";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 6: Original Air Date - 19 July 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Ring of Fire", "Frankie and Johnny", "Sing it Pretty", "Sue", "Johnny Yuma", "As Long as the Grass Shall Grow", "Ballad of Ira Hayes". Ed Ames sings "The Windmills of Your Mind". Johnny and Ed duet on "Love of the Common People". Joni Mitchell sings "The Gallery". Johnny & Joni duet on "The Long Black Veil". The Monkees perform "Nine Times Blue". Johnny and the Monkees duet on "Everybody Loves a Nut". Roy Clark performs the "Twelfth Street Rag". The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Lead Me, Father";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 7: Original Air Date - 26 July 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Doing My Time", "I'd Be Fool Enough to Try" & "Billy Christian". Dale Robertson sings "Gentle on My Mind". Johnny & Dale duet on "The Wayward Wind". Marty Robbins sings "Devil Woman". Johnny & Marty duet on "The Streets of Laredo". Lynn Kellogg sings "When Papa Rolled His Own";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 8: Original Air Date - 2 August 1969: O.C. Smith sings, "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay". Johnny Cash sings, "Big River", "Country Boy", "What Do I Care?", "Freight Train Blues" and "One More Ride". Merle Haggard sings "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive". Merrilee Rush sings "Everyday Livin' Days". Johnny & Merle duet on "Sing Me Back Home". Carl Perkins sings "Restless". Bruce & David sing "Shy Girl". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Long-Legged Guitar Man". All join in with "Walk With Your Neighbor";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 9: Original Air Date - 9 August 1969: Diana Trask sings "Understand Your Man". Johnny Cash & Diana duet on "The Last Thing on My Mind". Johnny Sings "I Ride An Old Paint", "Mean As Hell" and "Shifting Whispering Sands". Johnny and Pat Boone duet on "Peace In The Valley". Pat sings "Train Of Love". Tom T. Hall sings "Worried Man Blues". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Steal Away"; SEASON 1, EPISODE 10: Original Air Date - 16 August 1969: O.C. Smith sings "Friend, Lover, Woman, Wife". O.C. & O.C. Jr. sing "For Once In My Life". Johnny, O.C. & O.C. Jr. perform "Hickory Holler's Tramp". Johnny sings "Remember the Alamo", "Strangest Dreams", "The Big Battle", "So Doggone Lonesome" and "Seasons of My Heart". Kenny Rogers & The First Edition perform "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town". Melanie sings "Baby Guitar". Melanie & Grandpa Jones perform "Silver Threads and Golden Needles". Grandpa sings "Mountain Dew". June Carter Cash sings "Tall Lover Man";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 11: Original Air Date - 23 August 1969;

SEASON 1, EPISODE 12: Original Air Date - 30 August 1969: Roger Miller sings "I Got Stripes". Johnny Cash duets with Odetta on "Shame And Scandal On The Family". Johnny sings "Ballad Of The Blue And Gray", "On The Line", "Lornea" and "Johnny Reb". Johnny duets with Roger on "King Of The Road". Johnny performs an instrumental with Carl Perkins and The Tennessee Three on "Outside Looking In" and "Luther Played The Boogie". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "How Great Thou Art";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 13: Original Air Date - 6 September 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Five Feet High And Rising", "Busted" and "A Boy Named Sue". Johnny & Charley Pride do a medley with "I Can't Help It", "Your Cheating Heart" and "Kaw-Liga". Ian Tyson & Sylvia duet on "Country Boy". "Mister Garfield" with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Pickin' Time";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 14: Original Air Date - 20 September 1969: Cass Elliott sings "Soft and Tenderly" and a medley of "Gentle On My Mind", "Born to Lose" & "Release Me". Johnny Cash sings "Going to Memphis", "Don't Take Your Guns to Town", "Hardin Wouldn't Run", "The Ballad of Boot Hill". Ramblin' Jack Elliott sings "If I Were a Carpenter", and "Take Me Home" (duet with Johnny Cash). The Staple Singers sing "We'll Get Over". Tommy Cash (Johnny's brother) sings "That Lucky Old Sun";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 15: Original Air Date - 27 September 1969: Johnny Cash sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "You're the One I Need", "I Walk the Line" & "This Land is Your Land". Roy Orbison sings "Cryin'". Johnny & Roy duet on "Pretty Woman". Creedence Clearwater Revival performs "Bad Moon Rising" & "Proud Mary". Phil Harris sings "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette". Johnny & Phil Harris duet on "That's What I Like About the South". Bobbi Martin sings "Your Cheatin' Heart". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Jackson". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Battle Hymn of the Republic";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 16: Original Air Date - 21 January 1970: Johnny sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "If I Were a Carpenter" (with June). Arlo Guthrie sings "Highway in the Wind" & "Come on Little Children". Jose Feliciano performs "Muleskinner Blues". Bobbie Gentry sings "Fancy";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 17: Original Air Date - 28 January 1970: Johnny Cash sings "Country Boy", "Five Feet High and Rising", "The Prisoner's Song", "Peace in the Valley" and "Daddy Sang Bass". Glen Campbell sings "Sweet Country Girl". Marty Robbins sings "El Paso", "Running Gun" and "Big Iron". Nancy Ames sings "Tulsa Country". Johnny & Glen Campbell duet on "Papa Played the Dobro" & "Orange Blossom Special";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 18: Original Air Date - 4 February 1970: Johnny Cash sings "The Talking Leaves", "Trail of Tears", "South Wind", "I Still Miss Someone" and "Folsom Prison Blues". Dusty Springfield sings "Understand Your Man" & "Sugar Time". Johnny & Kirk Douglas duet on "I Walk the Line". Johnny & Rod McKuen duet on "Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?". Johnny and the Statler Brothers perform "This Old House". Johnny and the Carter Family perform "Johnny Yuma";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 19: Original Air Date - 11 February 1970: Johnny Cash sings "I Got Stripes", "He Turned the Water into Wine", "Flesh and Blood" and "Rock Island Line". Ray Charles sings "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Them That Got". Neil Diamond sings "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show". Tammy Wynette sings "I'll See Him Through";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 20: Original Air Date - 18 February 1970: Vikki Carr performs "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down" from "Nashville by Carr" (1970) LP; SEASON 1, EPISODE 21: Original Air Date - 25 February 1970: Johnny sings, "Hey, Porter", "Jesus Was A Carpenter" and "Big River". Mama Cass sings, "New World Coming". Kenny Rogers and the First Edition perform "Something's Burning";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 22: Original Air Date - 4 March 1970: Johnny Cash sings "A Boy Named Sue", "The Devil To Pay", "Church In The Wildwood" & "Old Country Church". Johnny and the Carter Family & Statler Brothers sing "Preachin', Prayin', Singin'". Brenda Lee sings "Ballad Of A Teenaged Queen". Johnny duets with Roger Miller on "Home". The Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Greystone Chapel". Johnny, the Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Were You There";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 23: Original Air Date - 11 March 1970: Johnny sings, "The One on the Right is on the Left". O.C. Smith sings, "Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp" and "Moody". Hank Williams Jr. sings, "I Walked Out on Heaven". Johnny and June duet on "If I Were A Carpenter". Linda Ronstadt sings, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"; SEASON 1, EPISODE 24: Original Air Date - 18 March 1970: Johnny sings, "Lumberjack", "Timberman" and "Paul". George Gobel sings, "Sweethearts or Strangers". Merle Haggard sings, "The Fightin' Side of Me". Jeannie C. Riley sings, "Country Girl". Tommy sings, "Six White Horses";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 25: Original Air Date - 25 March 1970: Waylon Jennings sings, "I Guess Things Happin That Way" & "Bad News". Johnny Cash duets with Jackie DeShannon on "No Light Will Shine On Me". Johnny & Waylon duet on "Waylon's Back In Town". Johnny duets with Michael Parks on "Oklahoma Hills". Johnny sings "Land Of Israel", "He Turned The Water Into Wine", "God Is Not Dead" & "Rock Island Line". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Love's Been Good To Me". Johnny with Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Seeing Nellie's Home";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 26: Original Air Date - 1 April 1970: Johnny Cash sings "Rock Island Line", "Long Black Veil", "I Got Stripes", "Walk With Your Neighbor" and "Six Days on the Road". Kenny Rogers and the First Edition perform "When I'm On My Journey", "Reuben James" and "Ruby". Roy Orbison sings "Pretty Woman", "So Young", "Cryin'" and "Only the Lonely";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 27: Original Air Date - 8 April 1970: Johnny sings "Sunday Morning Coming Down", "Six Days On the Road", "There Ain't No Easy Run", "Sailor On a Concerte Sea" & "Country Boy". Johnny does a medley With Patti Page of "Elusive Dreams", "Cross Over The Bridge", "Detour" & "Gentle On My Mind". Johnny with the Carter Family sings "Blistered". Johnny with Carter Family performs "Wanted Man". Johnny duets with Tony White on "Poke Salad Annie". All join in for "Smile On Your Brother" & "Ten Commandments";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 28: Original Air Date - 15 April 1970: Johnny Cash sings "Frankie's Man Johnny", "Po' Folks", "Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill" and "What Is Truth". George Jones sings "White Trash" and "Pickin' Time". Bobby Goldsboro sings "Blue Moon Of Kentucky". Johnny duets with Judy Collins on "Turn, Turn, Turn". Flesh And Blood perform "You're The One I Need". Johnny & June Carter Cash perform "If I were A Carpenter" & "Jackson";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 29: Original Air Date - 22 April 1970: Johnny Cash duets with June Carter Cash on "South Wind". Johnny duets with Lynn Anderson on "I've Been Everywhere". Johnny sings "Goin' To Memphis", "Doin' My Time" & "Another Man Done Gone". Johnny does a medley with Burl Ives; songs include "Mary Don't You Weep", "Eating Goober Peas", "Lorena" & "Give My Love To Rose". Johnny duets with June on "Darlin' Companion". All join in for "Children Go How I Send Thee";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 30: Original Air Date - 29 April 1970: Johnny Cash sings "Delia", "Black Wind", "California Cotton Fields" & "In the Jailhouse". Chet Atkins does a medley of "Back Home in Indiana", "Country Gentleman", "Mister Sandman", "Wildwood Flower" & "Freight Train". Ricky Nelson performs "Come on In" & "Easy to Be Free". Loretta Lynn sings "I Know How". Johnny duets with Kris on "The Pilgrim". Johnny duets with June Carter Cash on "It Ain't Me Babe". Doug Kershaw duets with Johnny on "Louisiana Man". Johnny sings "No One Will Ever Know" and I'm Moving On";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 31: Original Air Date - 6 May 1970: Johnny Cash sings "Life is Like a Mountain Railway", "One More Ride", "As Long as the Grass Shall Grow", "Ira Hayes" and "Wreck of the Number Nine". Merle Haggard sings "New York City Blues" and "Nobody Knows". Brenda Lee sings "Higher and Higher" and "I Think I Love You". Charley Pride sings "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone?". Johnny & Merle Haggard duet on "In the Jailhouse Now". Johnny & Brenda Lee duet on "Bad News". Charley Pride sings "Texarkana Baby". Johnny & Charley Pride do a medley of songs including "Long, Long Texas Road", "Abilene" & "Back To Houston". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Long Legged Guitar Man". The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Life Is like A Mountain Railroad". Johnny sings "I'm Gonna Try To Be That Way";

SEASON 1, EPISODE 32: Original Air Date - 13 May 1970: Johnny Cash and his mother Carrie Cash duet on "Uncloudy Day". Johnny sings "Walk the Line", "Cry, Cry, Cry" and "Keep on the Sunny Side". Tex Ritter sings "Wayward Wind" and "Boll Weevil". Roy Acuff sings "Wabash Cannonball" and "Great Speckled Bird". Marty Robbins sings "The City" and "Don't Worry". Danny Davis & the Nashville Brass perform "Kaw-Liga", "Sweet Dreams" and "Columbus Stockade Blues". Johnny & Marty Robbins do a medley of "Cool Water", "I Ride an Old Paint" and "Streets of Laredo"; SEASON 2, EPISODE 1: Original Air Date - 23 September 1970: Johnny Cash sings "One More Ride", "Hey, Porter", "Orange Blossom Special" & "Sunday Morning Coming Down". Johnny and Ray Charles duet on "I Walk the Line". Liza Minnelli sings "Lazy Bones" & "Stormy Weather". Johnny & Arlo Guthrie duet on "Oklahoma". Johnny and the Carter Family perform "Blistered". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Help Me Make it Through the Night". All join in for "Peace in the Valley";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 2: Original Air Date - 30 September 1970: Johnny Cash sings "A Boy Named Sue", "Rock Island Line", "Alabama Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy" & "Here Was A Man". Johnny & Jackie DeShannon duet on "This Old House". Johnny & Dennis Hopper duet on "Goin' Up Goin' Down". Johnny does "Drillin'" and "Roughneck" (Come Along and Ride This Train sequence). The Carter Family and Statler Brothers perform "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 3: Original Air Date - 7 October 1970: Johnny with George Lindsey & June Carter perform "Don't It Make You Want To Go Home". Johnny and Joni Mitchell duet on "Girl From The North County" Johnny sings "Cow Poke", "Someday Soon" and "Southwind". Johnny with the Statler Brothers perform "Everybody Love A Nut". Johnny with the Carter Family perform "Big River" and "Poison Red Berries". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Wings Of A Dove". Johnny & June duet with "The Loving Gift";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 4: Original Air Date - 14 October 1970: Jos Feliciano sings "Life is That Way". Johnny Cash sings "Five Feet High and Rising" and "These Hands". Bobby Bare sings "Detroit City". Linda Ronstadt sings "Long, Long Time". Mac Davis sings "A Poem For My Little Lady" and "I Believe In Music". Johnny & Linda Ronstadt duet on "Big Yellow Taxi", "The Old Swimming Hole" and "Water Isn't Water Anymore". Carl Perkins sings "I'll Fly Away". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Keep on the Sunnyside". (Come Along And Ride This Train) "Salute To The Delta Queen", "Country Boy" and "Pickin' Time";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 5: Original Air Date - 21 October 1970: Johnny sings, "Mama Tried", "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "What Is Truth". Peggy Lee sings "For the Good Times". The Guess Who perform "Hand Me Down World";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 6: Original Air Date - 28 October 1970: Johnny Cash sings "On This Side of the Law", a song from the score he wrote for "I Walk the Line" (an unreleased movie starring Gregory Peck). Johnny & Louis Armstrong duet on "Blue Yodel No. 9". Louis Armstrong performs "Almost Persuaded", "Crystal Chandelier" and "Ramblin' Rose". Johnny & Tennessee Ernie Ford duet on "I'll Have A New Life". Kenny Rogers & the First Edition perform "Heed the Call";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 7: Original Air Date - 4 November 1970: Johnny Cash sings "On This Side of the Law", "Jambalaya", "Louisiana Man", "Bayou Baby" & "Doin' Time". Johnny and Burl Ives duet on "Don't Go Near The Water" & "Johnny Horizon". Johnny and June Carter Cash perform "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms". The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Suppertime";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 8: Original Air Date - 11 November 1970: George Gobel sings "Old Skyball Paint". Johnny sings "Blowin' in the Wind", "Allegheny", "I Got Stripes", "Remember Me" and "Big Midnight Special". Stevie Wonder sings "Heaven Help Us". Ian and Sylvia Tyson perform "Four Strong Winds", "Crazy Arms" and "Long, Long Time to Get Old". Bill Monroe performs "Blue Moon of Kentucky". Anita Carter does "Tulsa County";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 9: Original Air Date - 18 November 1970: Johnny sings "I Have A Journeyed In This Land My Father Walked" and "Sing A Traveling Song". Johnny with the Carter Family perform "Allegheny". Johnny with Cass Elliott & the Statler Brothers perform "Everybody Loves A Nut". Johnny and Cass Elliott duet on "Act Naturally". Johnny, Lorne Greene and the Carter Family do "Way Out west In the Old Days". Johnny With Maybelle, Sara Carter, Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "I'll Be Satisfied". Cass Elliott sings "I Saw A Man";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 10: Original Air Date - 25 November 1970: Glen Campbell sings, "Wichita Lineman". Johnny sings, "Workin' Man Blues" and "Folsom Prison Blues". Johnny & Glen Campbell duet on "Arkansas". Stoneman Family perform "Doin' My Time". Tony Joe White sings, "Conjure Woman";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 11: Original Air Date - 2 December 1970: Johnny Cash with Homer & Jethro perform "Guess Things". Homer & Jethro perform "Portrait Of A Woman". Johnny, the Carter Family and the Statler Brothers perform "Daddy Sang Bass". Johnny, Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens sing "Sing Me Back Home". Johnny & Merle Haggard duet on "Mama Tried". Johnny, June Carter Cash, Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens perform "Swinging Doors". Johnny with the Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens perform "Sing Me Back Home". Johnny sings "Fireball Mail", "Wreck Of The Old 97" and "Casey Jones". Johnny with the Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Homer & Jethro, Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens, Anne Murray join in for "Put Your Hand In The Hand";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 12: Original Air Date - 16 December 1970: Jackie DeShannon sings "A Thing Called Love". Hank Snow sings "Remember Me". Johnny Cash with the Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Old Time Religion". Johnny and Al Hirt duet on "I Walk The Line". (Come Along And Ride This Train) Johnny sings "Johnny Reb" (Civil War Theme) and "Ballad Of The Harp Weaver";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 13: Original Air Date - 25 December 1970: Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "Twelve Days Of Christmas". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. Everly Bros. Ike Everly, Tommy Cash, Mr. & Mrs. Ray Cash & Roy Orbison perform "Do What You Do Do Well". Johnny sings "Little Drummer Boy" & "I Never Picked Cotton". Johnny & June duet on "Turn Around". Entire Cast & Carrie Cash On Piano join in for "Silent Night";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 14: Original Air Date - 6 January 1971: Johnny Sings "Big River" and "The Needle". Derek & the Dominos perform "It's too Late". Erik Clapton sings "Born Again". Jack Elliott sings "Mule Skinner Blues". Connie Smith sings "Once a Day". The Carter Family perform "Waltzing Matilda";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 15: Original Air Date - 13 January 1971: Gordon Lightfoot sings "When Uncle Bill Quit Dope". Bill Anderson sings "Amazing Grace". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "In The Sweet Bye And Bye". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Are We Washed In the Blood Of The Lamb" and "Bringing In The Sheaves". Johnny and Jane Morgan duet on "A Boy Named Sue" and "A Girl Named Cash". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers, Jane Morgan, Bill Anderson, Jan Howard, Gordon Lightfoot, and Homer & Jethro join in for "One More Ride";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 16: The History of Country Music, Part 1; Original Air Date - 21 January 1971: Roy Acuff performs "Wabash Cannon Ball". Eddy Arnold sings "You Don't Know Me" & Portrait of My Woman". Carl Perkins sings "Blue Suede Shoes". Marty Robbins sings "The Master's Call". Buck Owens performs "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail" & "Tall Dark stranger". Buck & the Buckaroos do "Train Whistle Blues". Merle Haggard sings "Snow" & "Mule Skinner Blues". Johnny sings "Ring of Fire", "Gone Again" & "The Prisoner's Song". Also includes filmed performances by Patsy Cline, Johnny Horton and Jimmie Rodgers;

SEASON 2, EPISODE 17: The History of Country Music, Part 2; Original Air Date - 28 January 1971: Chet Atkins performs "Windy and Warm". Merle Haggard sings "I Can't Be Myself". Sonny James sings "Endlessly". Gordon Lightfoot performs "If You Could Read My Mind". Bill Monroe sings "Uncle Pen". Webb Pierce does "I Ain't Never". Takahiro Saito does "Folsom Prison Blues". B.J. Thomas sings "I Could Cry". Kitty Wells sings "It Wasn't God Who Make Honky Tonk Angels". Tammy Wynette sings "Stand by Your Man". Minnie Pearl does a comedy routine. Red Foley (on film) performs "Heart of Stone". Faron Young sings "Goin' Steady". Johnny Cash sings "Old-time Religion" & "The Fourth Man". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet with "Jackson". Johnny with Carter Family, Statler Bros. & Carl Perkins perform "The Old Account";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 18: Original Air Date - 3 February 1971;

SEASON 2, EPISODE 19: Original Air Date - 10 February 1971: "Captain Campbell's Medicine Show" barrels into town with songs, dances and remedies for every ailment; the students of "Dear old Jaspar High" raise a ruckus at a year-end bash; the farmer's daughter-traveling salesman joke gets another go-round;

SEASON 2, EPISODE 20: Original Air Date - 17 February 1971: James Taylor sings "Sweet Baby James", "Fire and Rain" and "Country Road". Johnny Cash sings "A Boy Named Sue", "One Too Many Mornings" and "A Man in Black". Linda Ronstadt sings "A Very Lovely Woman". Neil Young sings "Needle and the Damage Done" and "A Journey Through the Past". The Dillards perform "I'll Fly Away" and "St. Peter is Going to Put Me Up". Tony Joe White sings "Daddy, Travelin' Bone". June Carter Cash sings "He's a Good Man";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 21: Original Air Date - 24 February 1971: Johnny sings "The Preacher Said". Mahalia Jackson sings "Amazing Grace". Edwin Hawkins Singers perform "My Father's House". Staple Singers perform "More Than a Hammer and a Nail". Blackwood Brothers perform "Old Country Church". Oakridge Boys perform "I Know". Stuart Hamblin sings "This Old House". Johnny & June duet with "The Nazarene, "Water into Wine" and "The Wailing Wall". All join in for "Old Time Religion" and "When the Saints Go Marching In";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 22: Original Air Date - 3 March 1971: Circus For Children Of All Ages. Johnny sings "The Very Biggest Circus Of Them All", "Old Shep", "Big Rock Candy Mountain" and "Boa Constrictor". Johnny with Carter Family perform "Jesus Loves Me". Johnny with Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "I'll Fly Away";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 23: Original Air Date - 10 March 1971: Johnny sings "Man In Black", "Ballad Of John Henry" and "These Men With Broken Hearts". Johnny & June duet on "You'll Be All Right" and "It Ain't Me Babe". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "I'll Fly Away";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 24: Original Air Date - 17 March 1971: Johnny sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "If Not For Love (I Could Be One Of These)" and "Singing In Viet Nam Talking Blues". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "June Makes The Flowers Grow". Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "Belshazah";

SEASON 2, EPISODE 25: Original Air Date - 24 March 1971;

SEASON 2, EPISODE 26: Original Air Date - 31 March 1971: Johnny sings "I Walk The Line" & "Sunday Morning Coming Down". Johnny & June duet on "Darlin Companion", "If I Were A Carpenter" and "Jackson". Merle Travis performs "Sing Sing Sing".=

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THE BOB HOPE RARE SHOWS COLLECTION - 20 DVDS
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THE BOB HOPE SHOW COLLECTION

1-April 9, 1950 - FIRST BOB HOPE TV SHOW

Bob Hope's debut in the "Star Spangled Revue" with guests Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Dinah Shore, Beatrice Lillie and Hal LeRoy. Also appearing are Maurice Rocco, the Mexico City Boys Choir and the Jack Cole Dancers. Highlights: Bob Hope and Dinah Shore sing a rendition of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" set in an igloo. "Dragalong Cavendish," an Anglicized version of "Hopalong Cassidy." Dinah Shore sings "I Didn't Know What Time It Was"

2-December 2, 1951 - VAUDEVILLE

From Hollywood, Bob Hope is joined by Bob Crosby, Eddie Bracken, Weber & Fields, The Skylarks, The Rio Brothers, Toni Arden, and Frank Faylen. This musical comedy hour salutes the American Guild of Variety Artists.

3-March 29, 1953

Bob Hope welcomes songstress/actress Rosemary Clooney and dancer/singer/actor Mickey Rooney for an hour of comedy and music. Also appearing The Bell Sisters and Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

4-May 11, 1954

Bob Hope's guests are Dorothy Lamour, Edmond O'Brien, Sheldon Leonard and Verna Felton. Also appearing announcer Hy Averback and Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

5-January 9, 1955

Bob Hope and his gang, William Holden, Anita Ekberg, Robert Strauss, Hedda Hopper, Margaret Whiting and the Nick Castle Dancers travel to Greenland to entertain the troops with a comedy and musical revue. Highlights: Bob Hope does his usual comic monologue about life in the military. William Holden and Robert Strauss join Bob in a Stalag 17 parody. Anita Ekberg is on hand for the soldiers. Margaret Whiting sings "We're Having a Heat Wave", and cracks up in a routine with Bob.

6-April 26, 1955

Bob Hope's guests are Lloyd Nolan, Hans Conried, Jerry Colonna, Parisian chanteuse Line Renaud, Vicki Draves, Miss Malta & Company dog act. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

7-February 28, 1956

From England, Bob Hope's guests include French chanteuse Line Renaud, actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr., British comedian Tommy Trinder and The Bernard Brothers. Highlights: Fairbanks joins Hope in a satire on British commercials. Line Renaud and Bob are caught smuggling California wine into Paris. Tommy Trinder presents his version of "A Night at the Palladium". The Bernard Brothers perform an excerpt from their act at Pigalle in Paris. Bob Hope presents six lovely ladies in costume representing their respective countries: Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Scotland and Sweden.

8-MARCH 2, 1958 With: ANITA EKBERG, NATALIE WOOD, ROBERT WAGNER

7- FEBRUARY 28 - 1956

9-OCTOBER 14, 1958

Bob Hope's guests are Joan Crawford, France's famous clown, Fernandel Robert Strauss, Hillary Brooke and the Bernard Brothers. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

10- May 1, 1956

Bob Hope's guests are Kathryn Grayson, Pearl Bailey and George Sanders. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

11- DECEMBER 28, 1956

USO Alaska Xmas Show Bob Hope's guests include Ginger Rogers, Desi Arnaz, Mickey Mantle, Jerry Colonna, Peggy King, DelRubio Triplets and Joan Rhodes. Highlights: Mickey Mantle plays a pampered spoiled private who has just been drafted, much to the chagrin of Commander Hope.

12-January 16, 1959

USO Xmas European Bases Show. From the Azores; Port Lioti, Africa; Marone and Madrid in Spain; Barona, Bajensa, and aboard the USS Forrestal at Naples, Italy; Frankfurt, and Tempelhof in West Berlin, Germany; Prestwick, Scotland; Keflavik, Iceland; and Goose Bay, Labrador. Bob Hope along with guests Gina Lollobrigida, Molly Bee, Elaine Dunn, Randy Sparks, Hedda Hopper, and Jerry Colonna entertain service personnel stationed abroad. Highlights: Gina sings "Non Dimenticar".

13-February 10, 1959

Bob Hope's guests are Maureen O'Hara, Danny Thomas and Carol Haney. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

14-January 13, 1960

Bob Hope entertained troops in Alaska for Christmas. Bob Hope's guests include Jayne Mansfield, TV Western star Steve McQueen and his wife, dancer Neile Adams, singer Frances Langford, zany Jerry Colonna, musician Tony Romano, dancer Patty Thomas, actor Peter Leeds and the Skinnay Ennis Orchestra. Highlights: Patty Thomas and Bob Hope dance "Bear dance". Frances Langford sings "Night and Day". A Japanese sketch is performed by Hope, McQueen, Leeds. Jayne Mansfield sings "I've Got a Crush on You." "If I Had My Way" is performed by Bob Hope, Jerry Colonna and Tony Romano. Neile Adams performs "I Enjoy Being a Girl". All join in for "Standing on the Cornheer" . Frances Langford sings "Silent Night".

15-April 12, 1961

Bob Hope's guests are James Darren, Phil Harris and Patti Page. With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: Bob and Patti portray a giddy couple with their own "Population Explosion", 16 offspring. Patti, Bob and Phil join in "The Last Angry Husband", a satire in which the eternal triangle is bent out of shape. Patti Page sings "Dondi" and "Darktown Strutters Ball". Bob and Phil perform "Hey, Look Me Over". James Darren performs "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" and "Wild About that Gal".

16-November 16, 1960

From the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Bob Hope's guests are Steve McQueen, Neile Adams and Kay Starr. Also Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

17-February 27, 1962

Bob Hope's guests are Jack Paar, Joan Collins, Steve Allen, Joanie Sommers, Sid Melton, Robert Strauss and a cameo appearance Bing Crosby. David Rose and His orchestra Highlights: Bob, Steve and Jack in a skit called "The King and Us" discussing who will replace Jack Paar when he leaves the show. Bing Crosby makes a surprise guest appearance at the end of the sketch. A spoof on "Car 54" called "Bicycle 54, Are You There?" in which Steve and Bob play a British "Toody and Muldoon" working on the killing of Sir Roger Wilco. Joanie Sommers has a big production number as she sings "It's Love". Joan Collins plays the first woman customs inspector.

18-February 22, 1960

Bob Hope's guests are Ginger Rogers, Wally Cox, golfer Jimmy Demaret, and the winners from the Photoplay Magazine Gold Medal Awards; Millie Perkins, Troy Donahue, Producer Ross Hunter and Director Michael Gordon. With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: Bob, Ginger and Wally do a sketch titled "Life in the Afternoon". Bob and Ginger duet on "Ballin' the Jack". Ginger performs "I Got Rhythm".

19-December 13, 1961

Bob Hope's guests are Danny Thomas, James Garner and Nancy Kwan. Also the 1961 Hollywood Deb Stars as well as the 1961 Look All-America Football Team. With Gary Collins, Lance Alworth, John Hadl and Roman Gabriel.

20- 1952

GUESTS: Beautiful KIM NOVAK plus VIC DAMONE and KEN MURRAY!

21 - GUESTS: PATTI PAGE, FRED MACMURRAY, ARNOLD PALMER.
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CHRISTMAS TV SPECIALS COLLECTION - RARE - 10 COLOR DVDS
THOSE AMAZING CHRISTMAS TV SPECIALS (RARE AND NOSTALGIC CHRISTMAS TV SPECIALS FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF COLOR TELEVISION ENTERTAINMENT)



1 - THE CARPENTERS: A CHRISTMAS PORTRAIT - GUEST: GENE KELLY - 1978

2 - JULIE ANDREWS IN AUSTRIA - THE SOUND OF CHRISTMAS - PLACIDO DOMINGO, JOHN DENVER

3 - LAWRENCE WELK CHRISTMAS SHOW - 1965

4 - BING CROSBY SHOW - 1962 - WITH MARY MARTIN

5 - SING ALONG WITH MITCH - CHRISTMAS SHOW

6 - CHRISTMAS WITH THE MARTINS AND SINATRAS - NBC TV - 12/23/1967 - TV SPECIAL WITH FRANK, DEAN AND FAMILIES

7 - PERRY COMO'S IRISH CHRISTMAS

8 - DEAN MARTIN: CHRISTMAS IN CALIFORNIA

9 - TONY BENNETT - A FAMILY CHRISTMAS

10 - ANDY WILLIAMS - CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1982

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THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES COLLECTION - 45 DVDS
THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: LILIAN GISH - 1 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: CLINT EASTWOOD - 2 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JACK LEMMON - 3 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: ELIZABETH TAYLOR - 4 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JAMES CAGNEY - 5 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JOHN HUSTON - 6 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: ORSON WELLES - 7 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: BARBARA STANWYCK - 8 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: ALFRED HITCHCOCK - 9 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: BILLY WILDER - 10 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: FRANK CAPRA - 11 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: DAVID LEAN - 12 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: HENRY FONDA - 13 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: WILLIAM WYLER - 14 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: BETTE DAVIS - 15 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JOHN FORD - 16 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: GREGORY PECK - 17 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: GENE KELLY - 18 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JACK NICHOLSON - 19 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: WARREN BEATTY - 20 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: STEVEN SPIELBERG - 21 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: AL PACINO - 22 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JAMES STEWART - 23 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: KIRK DOUGLAS - 24 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: ROBERT WISE - 25 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: FRED ASTAIRE - 26 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: DUSTIN HOFFMAN - 27 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: SIDNEY POITIER - 28 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: 100 YEARS, 100 MOVIE QUOTES - 29 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: GREATEST SCREEN LEGENDS - 30 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: BARBRA STREISAND - 31 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: MERYL STREEP - 32 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: 100 YEARS, 100 PASSIONS - 33 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: GEORGE LUCAS - 34 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: ROBERT DENIRO - 35 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: TOM HANKS - 36 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: MIKE NICHOLS - 37 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: MICHAEL DOUGLAS - 38 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: MORGAN FREEMAN - 39 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: SHIRLEY MACLAINE - 40 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES HARRISON FOPRD - 41 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: MARTIN SCORSESE - 42 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: MEL BROOKS - 43 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: JANE FONDA - 44 THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES: 100 YEARS, 100 MOVIES - 45
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ELVIS 1977 DVD SERIES - RARE COLLECTION! - 9 DVDS
Elvis '77 DVD Series consists of 6 DVDs with 3 of the DVDs being dual layered. (So really it's almost like saying 9 DVD's compared to the average DVD). The contents of the DVDs are;

... The 1977 CBS TV Special in perfect quality, a very special treat for fans. For the first time ever, using a 1st Generation digital copy of a TV Station tape, (originally used to broadcast 'The Special' in October 1977) it has been re-mastered frame by frame and now finally, released to fans to watch this in all its glory!

Then there are two DVDs with the Omaha June 19 show from a new tape source with unreleased footage for the first time and the Rapid City June 21st concert from a new tape source with unreleased footage and near 100% complete for the first time. These are the last two professionally filmed Elvis shows taped for the CBS TV Special in 1977. While not as good in picture quality as the 'TV Special', these come from a tape source four generations better than previously used before. Not only have these two shows been painstakingly restored and re-mastered frame by frame, but for the first time, it include new unreleased footage from Rapid City, making this show practically complete. In fact all that is missing is just a few of the introductions. The new footage found from Omaha now makes this show 100% complete!

And completing the 'picture', two DVDs containing 8mm film of Elvis in concert with more than 2 hours of unreleased footage with the best sound possible on all footage. The 8mm DVD's are dual layered for maximum length with maximum quality and all have multi angle viewing. Included in this section is 36 minutes of unreleased footage from Indianapolis alone. And, the sixth DVD contains 1977 news footage. DVD. DVD 1 (amateur 8mm film)

May 22 1977 - Largo, MD - Capital Centre May 23 1977 - Providence, RI - Civic Center May 24 1977 - Augusta, ME - Civic Center May 25 1977 - Rochester, NY - War Memorial May 26 1977 - Binghampton, NY - Broome County Veterans Memorial DVD. DVD 2 (amateur 8mm film)

May 24 1977 - Binghampton, NY - Broome County Veterans Memorial May 28 1977 - Philadelphia, PA - Spectrum May 29 1977 - Baltimore, MD - Civic Center June 1, 1977 - Macon, GA - Coliseum DVD. DVD 3 (amateur 8mm film)

June 18 1977 - Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena June 24 1977 - Madison, WI - Dane County Coliseum June 25 1977 - Cincinnati, OH - Riverfront Coliseum DVD. DVD 4 (amateur 8mm film)

June 26 1977 - Indianapolis, IN - Market Square Arena

February 20 1977 - Charlotte, NC - Coliseum May 1 1977 - Chicago, IL - Chicago Stadium May 2 1977 - Chicago, IL - Chicago Stadium DVD. DVD 5 (The June 19, 1977 concert)

Omaha, NB (June 19, 1977)

Also Sprach Zarathustra See See Rider I Got A Woman/Amen That's All Right Are You Lonesome Tonight Love Me Fairytale Little Sister Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel And I Love You So Jailhouse Rock How Great Thou Art Introductions Early Mornin' Rain What'd I Say Johnny B. Goode Introductions I Really Don't Want To Know Introductions Hurt Hound Dog 0 Sole Mio*/It's Now Or Never Can't Help Falling In Love Closing Vamp DVD. DVD 6 (The June 21, 1977 concert)

Rapid City, SD (June 21, 1977)

Backstage Footage Also Sprach Zarathustra See See Rider I Got A Woman/Amen That's All Right Are You Lonesome Tonight Love Me If You Love Me (Let Me Know) You Gave Me A Mountain Jailhouse Rock 0 Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never Trying To Get To You Hawaiian Wedding Song Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel My Way Introductions I Really Don't Want To Know Introduction of Vernon Presley & Ginger Alden Hurt Hound Dog Unchained Melody Can't Help Falling In Love Closing Vamp DVD. DVD 7 (The CBS TV Special)

Elvis In Concert (The CBS-TV-Special)

Opening Credits Incl. Fans' Comments, Stage Setup and Elvis' Arrival At Airport Also Sprach Zarathustra See See Rider That's All Right Are You Lonesome Tonight Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel Fans' Comments You Gave Me A Mountain Jailhouse Rock Fans' Comments How Great Thou Art Fans' Comments Early Mornin' Rain I Really Don't Want To Know Introduction Of Vernon Presley & Ginger Alden Hurt Hound Dog My Way Can't Help Falling In Love (Vernon Presley Interview Inserted) Closing Vamp Special Message From Vernon Presley Closing Credits

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THE SAMMY DAVIS JR. COLLECTION - 29 DVDS - SHOWS
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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD E TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY 2001 90 minutes, excellent picture --GREAT STUFF

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FRANK SINATRA 1 DVD SAMMY DAVIS JR'S 60TH BIRTHDAY SPECIAL 1990 120 minutes, vg picture with guests michael jackson, ella fitzgerald, debbie allen, nell carter, bill cosby, gregory peck, jesse jackson, clint eastwood, tony danza, gregory hines, magic johnson, richard pryor, bob hope, lola falana, diahann carroll, eddie murphy, shirley mcccain, dean martin, quincy jones, mike tyson, whitney houston, dionnne warwick, goldie hawn and stevie wonder. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, MUST HAVE FOR FANS

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FRANK SINATRA 1 DVD WITH LIZA MINELLI AND SAMMY DAVIS IN TOKYO 1989 96 minutes, crystal clear tv production after Dean quit the tour, Liza stepped in to replace him Japanese subtitles at bottom

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD MILANO ITALY 1989 -- 114 minutes, with LIZA MINELLI & FRANK SINATRA - pro shot, excellent picture ---- TO BE HONEST THIS APPEARS TO BE MOSTLY LIZA SOLO AND FRANK SOLO --SAMMY WAS DEAD WITHIN THE YEAR ---

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD TWO FRIENDS - SAMMY DAVIS JR. WITH BILL CROSBY AT HARRAH'S CASINO LAKE TAHOE NEVADA 1988 Two Friends Bill Cosby and Sammy Davis, Jr. filmed live at Harrah's Lake Tahoe, NV, on November 15-20, 1983. For several years weeks in 1988, Bill Cosby and Sammy Davis, Jr. collaborated in live performances on Broadway and on tour in selected theaters across the country. Their lifelong friendship forms the basis of an unforgettable concert performance.

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD TOGETHER AGAIN TOUR COMPILATION WITH DEAN MARTIN AND SAMMY DAVIS JR DEAN MARTIN SET SEATTLE 3/16/88 DEAN DROPPED OUT AFTER ONLY 3 SHOWS dean martin's set includes the course of time, everybody loves somebody sometime, where or when, little old wine drinker, here comes my baby multi camera pro fan shot, direct stage, mostly a mix of zoomed in tight and full stage MISC OTHER NEWS CLIPS AND INTERVIEWS, picture varies good to very good HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, MUST HAVE FOR FANS

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD TOGETHER AGAIN TOUR COMPILATION WITH DEAN MARTIN AND SAMMY DAVIS JR DEAN MARTIN SET SEATTLE 3/16/88 DEAN DROPPED OUT AFTER ONLY 3 SHOWS dean martin's set includes the course of time, everybody loves somebody sometime, where or when, little old wine drinker, here comes my baby multi camera pro fan shot, direct stage, mostly a mix of zoomed in tight and full stage MISC OTHER NEWS CLIPS AND INTERVIEWS, picture varies good to very good HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, MUST HAVE FOR FANS

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD AN EVENING WITH THE BOSTON POPS 1987 PLUS SAMMY AT CAESARS PALACE 1980 (shown and dedicated to sammy after his death 1925 - 1990) menu with select option, excellent picture both, pops has japanese subtitles when speaking (not singing)

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JERRY LEWIS 1 DVD AN EVENING WITH SAMMY DAVIS JR. & JERRY LEWIS BALLY'S LAS VEGAS 1988 HBO SPECIAL

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD HOHENSYBURG GERMANY 1986 - 58 minutes, pro shot, excellent picture

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD UNICEF CONCERT PARIS FRANCE 4/7/85 - 58 minutes, pro shot, vg with some grain

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD TOKYO JAPAN 12/20/84 - 45 minutes, japanese subtitles in parts, picture is vg / slight darkish

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD LOVE & PEACE 1982 56 minutes GERMAN TV SPECIAL?--- PERFORMANCE AND INTERVIEW -- PICTURE HAS SOME COLOR BLEED BUT IS BERY WATCHABLE

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD CAESARS PALACE LAS VEGAS 1980 PLUS MORE 58 minutes plus 60 minutes, --both are pro shot, vegas is excellent picture, jap subtitles when speaking (not singing) ---LOVE & PEACE 1982 - GERMAN TV SPECIAL?--- PERFORMANCE AND INTERVIEW -- PICTURE HAS SOME COLOR BLEED BUT IS BERY WATCHABLE

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD FESTIVAL HALL MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA 1979, 65 minutes, pro shot, excellent picture

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD AMSTERDAM 1978 PLUS BERLIN GERMANY (1978) -- 55 minutes plus 28 minutes, 83 minutes total disc --menu with event select, pro shot, excellent picture, dutch subtitles when speaking (not singing)

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JOHNNY CARSON 1 DVD THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JOHNNY CARSON 12/6/73 w/guests Diane Keaton, Sammy Davis Jr., Freddie Prinze & erma bombeck, 90 minutes, vg / excellent picture

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JOHNNY CARSON VOLUME 18 2/13/73 color, excellent picture george burns, sammy davis jr, honey cone, carl reiner

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HOLLYWOOD PALACE 1 DVD HOLLYWOOD PALACE 4 SHOWS ON THIS DISC : HOLLYWOOD PALACE HOSTED BY PHIL SILVERS WITH THE JAMES BROWN REVUE, JACK JONES, CONNIE STEVENS, HENNY YOUNGMAN AND OTHERS, 60 minutes, black & white, vg picture; 2nd show HOSTED BY JIMMY DURANTE WITH VIKKI CARR, JIMMY DEAN, VAN JOHNSON, THE TEMPTATIONS AND OTHERS 60 minutes, black & white, very grainy; 3rd show 1/11/69 HOSTED BY JIMMY DURANTE WITH PAT COOPER, MARVIN GAYE, ELLA FITZGERALD, SERGIO FUENTES, AND OTHERS, 60 minutes, color, directors cut, vg picture, small time stamp upper right hand corner; the 4th show 3/15/69 HOSTED BY SAMMY DAVIS JR WITH THE JAMES BROWN REVUE, CHARO, PEGGY LIPTON, DAVE MADDEN, NIPSEY RUSSELL AND OTHERS, 60 minutes, color, directors cut, vg picture

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JOHNNY CARSON 1 DVD THE TONIGHT SHOW 1968 - Host Sammy Davis Jr., B&W, 30 min 1968 - J.Garland, 20 min, color, 1968 - J.Garland, 20 min, color, slight grain from b & w, color portion is reddish

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NANCY SINATRA 1 DVD MOVIN' WITH NANCY TV SPECIAL 1967 WITH DEAN MARTIN, LEE HAZELWOOD AND SAMMY DAVIS JR

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD & FRIENDS TV SPECIAL 2/1/66 WITH GUESTS FRANK SINATRA, EDIE ADAMS, JOEY HEATHERTON, COUNT BASIE, WILLIAM B WILLIAMS 50 minutes, blk & white, vg with slight grain

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HULLABALOO 1 DVD VOLUME 3 9/20/65 JERRY LEWIS HOST, GARY LEWIS & THE PLAYBOYS, BARRY MCGUIRE, PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS, JOANNIE SOMMERS; 9/13/65 SAMMY DAVIS JR HOST, THE LOVIN SPOONFUL, THE SUPREMES, SONNY & CHER, THE STRANGELOVES, PLUS BONUS SONGS FROM THE SEARCHERS AND MARVIN GAYE

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FRANK SINATRA 1 DVD WITH SAMMY DAVIS AND DEAN MARTIN ST. LOUIS 6/20/65 Also stars Johnny Carson charity concert, first time closed-circuit tv was used to broadcast a musical event to other cities 1st and only FULL PERFORMANCE of the Rat Pack. Originally broadcast by TVLand

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SAMMY DAVIS JR 1 DVD THE SAMMY DAVIS JR SHOW SEASON 1 EPISODE 8 3/4/66- with the supremes, andrew sisters, jonathan winters, and johnny hartman--blk & white -- a little grainy --very watchable!



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THE SAMMY DAVIS JR. SHOW 1 DVD FINAL SHOW FROM 1965 SEASON 50 minutes, black & white, excellent picture, menu with select opening theme, look down that lonesome road, gonna build me a mountain, yes i can, i want to be with you, ethel baby, to close for comfort, somethings got to give, i love all of you, hey there you with the stars, birth of the blues, oh yes i remember it well, trouble in river city, streets of laredo, there's a boat da leavin' soon, my boy bill, scat & intro, put on a happy face, dixie melody, disxie melody with impressions, be a clown intro, what kind of fool am i and closing theme

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DATELINE DISNEYLAND 1 DVD LIVE FROM THE OPENING DAY OF DISNEYLAND LOS ANGELES CA 7/17/55 with Art Linkletter, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Ronald Reagan, Danny Thomas AND MANY MORE 75 minutes, black & white, vg picture



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SONNY & CHER SHOW VOLUME 11 WITH GUESTS BILLY DAVIS JR & MARILYN MCCOO, MUHAMMAD ALI, LYLE WAGONNER



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LIZA MINNELLI 1 DVD TOKYO CONCERT TRIBUTE TO SAMMY DAVIS JR misc live and tv clips taken from you tube most had to be converted from flv to vob! ALL REGIONS DVD - PLAYS WORLDWIDE !
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GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS COLLECTION - 2 DVDS
GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS COLLECTION - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 2007 - 2006 - 2005 - 2004
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BARNABY JONES COMPLETE - COLLECTION - 8 SEASONS - 179 EPISODES!
BARNABY JONES THE COMPLETE COLLECTION - Barnaby Jones is a milk-drinking detective who comes out of retirement to investigate the death of his son.

COMPLETE SERIES - Complete boxed set includes all 179 episodes of the classic 1970s detective series.

ALL STAR CAST - Screen legend Buddy Ebsen stars as Jones, Lee Meriwether co-stars, guest stars include a who's who of 1970s TV royalty: Meredith Baxter, Bill Bixby, Morgan Fairchild William Shatner, Leslie Nielsen, and many more.

AWARD WINNING AND CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED - Nominated for 2 Golden Globes and 2 Primetime Emmy Awards.

179 episodes, 178 hrs., 30 DVDs.
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VICTOR BORGE - CLASSIC COLLECTION - DVD'S
Borge, The Great Dane, was one of the worlds most beloved entertainers. His legendary career spanned more than seven decades, and he was hailed by Entertainment Weekly as video fans favorite funny person. This set is essential for Borge fans. It contains six of Borges most popular public television specials, all of his most requested routines, and it is the first time everything contained in this box set has been released in one collectible DVD package. Included in this set are such greatest hits as Phonetic Punctuation, The Timid Page Turner,The Opera Singer (featuring Marylyn Mulvey), and Inflationary Language, Autumn Leaves(featuring Robert Merrill), and Victor Borge as Frank Liszt. This is the ultimate Victor Borge collection for which his millions of fans have long been waiting. DVD 1 - The Best of Victor Borge: Acts One and Two. DVD 2 - The Legendary Victor Borge. DVD 3 - Victor Borges Funniest Moments. DVD 4 - Victor Borge: Then and Now. DVD 5 - Lost Episodes of Victor Borge: Volume One. DVD 6 - Lost Episodes of Victor Borge: Volume Two.
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DIAGNOSIS MURDER - COMPLETE COLLECTION - 8 SEASONS  - 178 EPISODES!
NEW Legendary, five-time Emmy Award-winner Dick Van Dyke recognized for his iconic TV roles in 2013 with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Screen Actors Guild enjoyed yet another hit series for eight seasons (1993-2001) as Dr. Mark Sloan on CBS hour-long murder mystery, Diagnosis Murder. As chief of internal medicine at Community General Hospital in Los Angeles and a L.A.P.D. consultant, Sloan has a knack for getting into trouble, negotiating the twists and turns of mysteries and solving crimes with the help of his son, Steve, a homicide detective played by real-life son Barry Van Dyke. Diagnosis Murder began as a spin-off of Jake and the Fatmanand then launched three TV movies, followed by a weekly television series that aired for eight seasons. Two more TV movies aired after the series ended. The average IMDb rating for the series is 7/10 Region 1 BONUS: The three original TV pilot movies and two reunion TV films. TV from Jake and the Fatman, through which the series became a spin-off. A bonus episode of the beloved detective series, Mannix A bonus clip from Season 5 where Dr. Mark Sloan meets Rob Petrie from The Dick Van Dyke Show in the episode Obsession Pt. II

Actors : Dick Van Dyke, Michael Tucci, Barry Van Dyke

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THE BUSBY BERKELEY COLLECTION - (10-PACK) - DVD'S
9 Magical Musicals Showcasing the Berkeley Touch of All-Singing, All-Dancing Amazements. Extensive Special Features on Each Movie Plus the BONUS BUSBY BERKELEY DISC: A Compilation of 21 Astonishing Musical Sequences.

42ND STREET 3 Featurettes: Harry Warren: America's Foremost Composer, Hollywood Newsreel and A Trip Through a Hollywood Studio Notes on Busby Berkeley

GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 5 Featurettes: 42nd Street: From Book to Stage to Screen, The 42nd Street Special, Gold Diggers: FDR's New DealBroadway Bound, Rambling 'Round Radio Row #2 and Seasoned Greetings 3 Classic Cartoons: I've Got to Sing a Torch Song, Pettin' in the Park and We're in the Money Busby Berkeley Musicals Trailer Gallery

FOOTLIGHT PARADE 3 Featurettes: Footlight Parade: Music for the Decades, Rambling 'Round Radio Row #8 and Vaudeville Reel #1 2 Classic Cartoons: Honeymoon Hotel and Young and Healthy Theatrical Trailer

DAMES 4 Featurettes: And She Learned About Dames, Busby Berkeley's Kaleidoscopic Eyes, Good Morning, Eve and Melody Master: Don Redman and His Orchestra 2 Classic Cartoons: I Only Have Eyes for You and Those Beautiful Dames Audio-Only Bonus: Direct from Hollywood Radio Promo Theatrical Trailer

GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935 2 Featurettes: (buz'be bur'kle) n. A Study in Style and Double Exposure 2 Classic Cartoons: Gold Diggers of '49 and Shuffle Off to Buffalo Audio-Only Bonus: Direct from Hollywood Radio Promo Gold Diggers Trailer Gallery

GOLD DIGGERS OF 1937 Historical Short The Romance of Louisiana Classic Cartoons Plenty of Money and You and Speaking of the Weather 2 Excerpts from 1929's Gold Diggers of Broadway

VARSITY SHOW Edgar Bergen/Charlie McCarthy Comedy Short A Neckin' Party Classic Cartoon Have You Got Any Castles

HOLLYWOOD HOTEL Historical Short The Romance of Robert Burns Edgar Bergen/Charlie McCarthy Comedy Short Double Talk Classic Cartoon Porky's Five & Ten

GOLD DIGGERS IN PARIS Broadway Brevities Musical Short The Candid Kid 2 Classic Cartoons: Cinderella Meets a Fella and Love and Curses

THE BUSBY BERKELEY DISC From 42nd Street: Young and Healthy, Shuffle off to Buffalo and 42nd Street From Gold Diggers of 1933: We're in the Money, Pettin' in the Park, Shadow Waltz and Remember My Forgotten Man From Footlight Parade: Sittin' on a Backyard Fence, Ah, the Moon Is Here, Honeymoon Hotel, Shanghai Lil and By a Waterfall From Fashions of 1934: Spin a Little Web of Dreams From Wonder Bar: Don't Say Goodnight From Dames: The Girl at the Ironing Board, I Only Have Eyes for You and Dames From Gold Diggers of 1935: The Words Are in My Heart and Lullaby of Broadway From In Caliente: The Lady in Red From Gold Diggers of 1937: All Is Fair in Love and War All Music by Harry Warren and Lyrics by Al Dubin Except By a Waterfall, with Music by Sammy Fain, Lyrics by Irving Kahal

ON EACH MOVIE: Subtitles: English, Franais & Espaol (No Espaol on 42nd Street) (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled).
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HUMPHREY BOGART: THE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION - DVD'S
24 timeless Humphrey Bogart Warner Bros. movies on 12 discs: Petrified Forest/ Marked Woman, Kid Galahad/ Black Legion, San Quentin/The Roaring Twenties, Dark Victory/ Virginia City, Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse/ Invisible Stripes, High Sierra/ They Drive by Night, Maltese Falcon/ Across the Pacific, All Through the Night/ Brother Orchid, Action in the North Atlantic/ Passage to Marseilles, To Have and Have Not/ The Big Sleep, Dark Passage/ Key Largo, Casablanca/ Treasure of the Sierra Madre

Bonus 13th disc: Feature-length documentary The Brothers Warner, chronicling the fabled family history of the studio that launched Bogart to stardom

Actors : Humphrey Bogart, Raymond Massey
$230.00
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GARTH BROOKS - THE ENTERTAINER - 5 DISCS - DVD'S
NTSC/Region 0. Importlimited edition pressing featuring five DVDs in a collectors tin. This five DVD set features over seven hours of Garth, including four previously unreleased complete live shows! Disc One was filmed live at Reunion Arena in Dallas, Disc Two is a show from Texas Stadium, Disc Three was taken from his Croke Park show in Dublin, Ireland, Disc Four features his Central Park performance and Disc Five consists of his greatest hit videos! Each DVD features bonus songs, photo galleries and more.
$39.00
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HOPALONG CASSIDY - ULTIMATE COLLECTOR'S EDITION - DVD'S!
William Boyd
$49.00
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AMAHIL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS - 1951 - CHET ALLEN - RARE DVD
Directors: Kirk Browning & Gian Carlo Menotti

Cast: Chet Allen ... Amahl Rosemary Kuhlmann ... The Mother Andrew McKinley ... King Caspar David Aiken ... King Melchior Leon Lishner ... King Balthazar Francis Monachino ... The Page and Melissa Hayden, Nicholas Magallanes & Glen Tetley

The Dec. 24, 1951 broadcast of the first opera ever written for television. Gian Carlo Menottis opera about a crippled shepherd boy who encounters the three kings on their way to pay homage to the newborn Jesus was a perennial holiday favorite for decades. This was a historical broadcast and has the advantages of freshness and spontaneity, not only in the music but in the very act of being on television, which was still relatively new in 1951. For many years, the soundtrack from this very same broadcast was a top-selling LP and compact disc for RCA-Victor, but the broadcast itself hasnt been seen in 50 years.
$15.00
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS - VOL. ONE - RARE DVD
Great vintage commercials with great animation, including: Field

Lucy and Fred Raid, Hamm's Beer Pepsident Toothpaste Black Label Beer Rheingold Beer Ballantine Beer Ritz Crackers Skippy Peanut Butter EZ Pop Jello Kroger Stores Maypo King Vitamin 1955 Chevy Flagg Flyers Goebel Beer Water Safety Council Chevrolet Babo Rexal CAPTAIN GALLANT for Twinkles Cocoa Puffs Fruit Stripe Gum Trix, Niagara Tetley Tea Vel, Robert Hall U.S. Keds Camel Esso Humble Calgon and much more
$13.00
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS - VOL. TWO - RARE DVD
Includes Heinz Beans, Yoo Hoo, Mr. Potato Head, Marathon, Screaming Yellow Zonkers, WINS Radio 1010, Alka Seltzer, Schweppes, Butternut, Hanes, City Service Stores, Elsie the Cow Dutch Chocolate, Newport snake dancer, Old Gold, Good 'n Plenty, Kent, Cocoa Puffs, Fad, Chesterfield, Hydrox, Jax Beer, Sandran Olympics, Cold Nine, Winston, Rinso, Water Pik, Arnold Dessert Cake, Sominex, Kroger, Chunky, Bumble Bee Tuna, Klanky, Niagara, Ad, Muriel Cigars, Puma, Palmolive, Bank Americard, Ipana, Colgate, Cocoa Puffs, Trix and a lot more.
$13.00
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS - VOL. THREE - RARE DVD
With Fruit Stripe Gum, Chevron, Bromo Seltzer, Lustre Creme, Ideal, Wheaties, Spanish milk ad, Esso, Goodyear, Kate Smith, Babo, Band Aids, PF Flyers, Mattel Thunder Burp, Cheerios, Ipana with Bucky Beaver, Armour Hot Dogs pirate party, Baker's Chocolate with Jiminy Cricket, Coke, Trix, C7 Lettuce, Snickers, US Savings Bond, Hostess Cakes, Wyler's Lemonade, Lucky Charms, Twinkles, Genesee Beer, Hamm's Beer, Duquesne Beer, Goebbel Beer, Nabisco Cinnamon Crunch, Ritz Crackers, Nabisco Oreos with SKY KING song, Borden's Rich Roast, RCA, Tinker Bell, National Jello Week, Log Cabin, Mars candy, Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Canada Dry, Pick a Pack, and much more.
$13.00
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS - VOL. FOUR - RARE DVD
Includes Ajax, Muriel Cigars, Halo with Eddie Cantor, Phil Shave, Peter Paul Mounds, Quaker Puffed Rice, National Bohemian Beer, Playhouse, Esquire Boot Polish, Milk, Cheerios, Ham, Jello, Peter Pan Connect the Dots, Genesee Beer, Sunshine Hi Ho, Nabisco Coconut Shortbread, Coke, Lorna Doone, Cadbury's Caramello, Buffalo Bee, Cinnamon Crisp, Keebler Chocolate Fudge, Vitalis, Nabisco Pretzels, Beechnut, RCA, Abbott's Ice Cream, Yellow Pages, Oleo Margarine, Krispy Saltines, Cinnamon Crunch, Honey Grahams, Gillette Super Razor with Roy Campanella, Dixie Cups, Campbell's Beans, Charlie Tuna, Colgate Toothpaste, Cancer commercial, Cheerios with Bullwinkle, Lipton Ice Tea, and a lot more.
$13.00
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS - VOL. FIVE - RARE DVD
With Nabisco Fancy Crust, Fig Newtons, Salada Tea, Cinnamon Crunch, Bond Bread, Coke, Nissen's Old Home Bread, Mackintosh Apple, Nabisco, Keebler Town House Crackers, Cheerios, Quisp and Quake, Cocoa Puffs, Corn Bursts, Captain Crunch, Cheerios Sponge Monster, Frosty O's, Pogo Stick with Bullwinkle, Whistle Snack, Sugar Smacks, Milk Bone, Varaflame, Fizzies, Bosco, Good and Plenty, Milk, Buffalo Bee, Welch's Candy with the voice of Mae Questel, Boston Baked Beans, Big Spud, Zoom Cereal, Mott's, Ideal Bread, Checker Board Kid, RCA, Sylvania, RCA Lighthouse, RCA Octopus, RCA Eskimo, Fearless Fosdick, Duquesne Beer, Williams Cake, Nabisco, Sunbeam Bread, Vitalis, Keebler, Sylvan Seal Milk, US Navy, Mutual Savings Bank, Klix Dog Candy, Lucky Strike, Vicks Cough Drops, Black Horse, First National Bank of Boston and more.
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ANIMATION COMMERCIALS - VOL. SIX - RARE DVD
This DVD features a rare Aurora Toy Company sales film, hosted by animated stars Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble (of FLINTSTONE fame) and displays the new line of Aurora commercials that was slated to be done by Hanna Barbera in the Seventies. Made to be shown at Toy Fair to hype the distributors, these segments cover commercials for Rickety Rack, Stick A Round, Skittle Ball, Hateables Inflatable, Paraphernalia and Whoops. These clips are both funny and rare. Also included is a segment from a WONDERAMA show (hosted by kid show host Sonny Fox) featuring an interview with animator Lou Gifford as he demonstrates the animation process by showing how a Burt and Harry Piels public service announcement for the Fresh Air Fun was put together.
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CLASSIC TV COMMERCIALS - #1 - RARE DVD
It's a trip down memory lane with this potpourri of classic commercials from the Golden Age of Television, including a market place of products to buy: candy, toys, dolls, games, cars, gasoline, tires, beer, watches, hair cream, cigarettes. Remember eating Bonomo Turkish Taffy; brushing with Ipana Toothpaste; smoking Marlboro cigarettes, Lucky Strikes, Winstons, Camels, and Kents? You'll have guys greasing their hair with Wild Root Creme Oil; girls playing with Mystery Date and Patti Play Pal; great road race games; Gillette razors with Pee Wee Reese; coffee commercials; Mr. Machine; Garry Moore for SOS soap pads; U.S. Keds sneakers; the Crest Test; great car commercials with Hertz putting you in the driver's seat; Esso gasoline; Shari Lewis spots and much, much more!
$13.00
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CLASSIC TV COMMERCIALS - #2 - RARE DVD
It's more terrific commercials from the Fifties and Sixties shown during the Golden Age of TV advertising: Kool, Parliament, Marlboro, Old Gold dancing cigarettes, DICK VAN DYKE SHOW stars for Kent cigarettes; Hasbro Ice Cream Machine; Rocket 500; Soaring Sam plane; Pro Star Football; Dick Tracy Silent Ray Gun and Electric Target Game; Chevy commercial; Hydrox cookies; Lustre Creme with Sandra Dee and Jeanne Crain; Coca-Cola; Nestle's Chocolate; Oreos; Olympia Beer; Screaming Yellow Zonkers; Eastern Airlines; Air France; Lyndon Johnson for President; Telstar Pong Game; Gunter Beer; Vitalis for the hair; Tootsie Rolls; Hoopla and Tiger Island games; Bromo Seltzer; Campbell Soup; Orange Juice with Mickey Mantle; Barbasol shaving cream; Drano; Colgate; Beechnut Gum; Heinz Products with Captain Gallant played by Buster Crabbe with his son Cuffy; Inger Stevens for Vel; Battle Wagon Boat; Twinkies; Cheerios; Johnny Reb Civil War Cannon; Fizzie's Tablets; Travel by Air; Bayer Aspirin; Candy Fashion, and of course, more.
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CLASSIC TV COMMERCIALS - #3 - RARE DVD
The world of classic commercials continues with more spots from the Golden Age of TV advertising: Captain Midnight and his Ovaltine premiums; Kellogg's Corn Flakes with Space Patrol; Kent cigarettes with an unknown actor named Bill Bixby; Thunderbird; Alka Seltzer; Jean Arthur for Jello; Andy Griffith and Opie with Aunt Bea for Sanka; Gulf; Lay's Potato Chips with Bert Lahr; Chef Boy Ardee; Pepsi; Lady Clairol; Kool; Bold; Muriel's Chesterfield; the history of Ford cars leading to the 1960 line; Pretzel Thins; Zenith; the Fighter Jet and Countdown Space Toys from Ideal; Shirley Temple Doll Collection; Sniffy paints; Coleco Pools; Corn Popper for Junior Chef with Shari Lewis; Wilt Chamberlain Basketball Game; Bowlamatic 300; Action Jackson; Johnny Lightning Jet Power; Ritz; Skippy Peanut Butter; Instant Jello; Chevrolet Trucks; Renault Dauphine; Hasbro Daffy Drops and Merry Milkman; at home with Ronald and Nancy Reagan for G.E. with a rare tour through their house; Newport and York commercials; Ken with Dick Van Dyke and Rose Marie; Good and Plenty; Tressy Styling Kit; AHM miniature trains; Pokerama, and more.
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KID COMMERCIALS - VOL. ONE - RARE DVD
The first in an unparalleled series of tapes devoted solely to the commercials from this wonderful era of television. Volume I includes Mr. Potato Head, Daffy Drops, Merry Milkman, Pencil Craft Color by Numbers, Grab a Loop, Robot Commando, Roy Rogers Quick Shooter Hat, Trick Shot, Lionel's Turbo Missile Firing Collection, Lionel Microscope and Biocraft Sets, Tiger Joe Tank, The Dick Tracy Shoulder Holster Radio and Two Way Wrist Radio, Dick Tracy Silent Bay and Target Game, 007 Action Pack, Man from UNCLE Secret Pen, 007 Vapor Paper, Fighter Jet, Steve Canyon Helmet, Countdown Missile Bases, Astrobase and Colonel McCauley Space Helmet, Deluxe Man in Space, Billy Blastoff, Johnny Reb Civil War Cannon, Gaylord the Dog, Lucky Star Bubble Gum Machine, Buddy L Car Set, BONANZA Action Set with Pa, Hoss and Little Joe, Roy Rogers Telephone and Chuck Wagon Set, and Mr. Machine. A Special Road Race section: a great series of long road race commercials with action music and great angles -- Rocket 500, Johnny Lightning Road Race Set-Up and Eldon Dune Buggy Set, plus a long Ding-a-Ling robot collection of dozens of different motorized robots. The tape also includes a TV segment with Garry Moore showing off the best toys to buy for Christmas 1953, the Toy Guidance Council's Power Car Jr. which runs by batteries and can run in the house or outside, Clatter Gaiters pull blocks, Harriet Hubbard Ayer Doll and Makeup kit, German Toy Company Shueco has a series great metal wind up car toys, "Wire Road Traffic Set", then a magic Whistle makes a metal car toy move on its own. The German company includes a real looking monkey doll then a flying mobile geese and dart rifle.
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KID COMMERCIALS - VOL. TWO - RARE DVD
The Suzie Homemaker Series has a detailed film showing the full line of products coming out including dishwashers, corn poppers, Super Oven, Super grill, blender, refrigerator, washer, ironing board, hair dryer, all with commercials included in the presentation. Then Junior Chef spots with popcorn maker, corn popper, baking mix, cotton candy, baking center, and Polar icemaker introduced by Shari Lewis. Also: Emenee Lollypop Factory, Mickey Mouse candy factory by Remco, Tiger Guitar by Emenee, Tressy Makeup Face, Bonomo's Turkish Taffy, Klanky chocolate syrup robot, Cheerios kids and the dragon, Twinkies, Karo Syrup, Tootsie Rolls, Fiddle Faddle, PDQ, Joe Namath, Cocoa Puffs, Hostess Ding Dongs, Spinner Top Hats, Star Brite Toothpaste, Fuzzy Wuzzy Animal Soap, Soaring Sam Plane, Telstar Coleco Game, Rub in Glue, Bowlamatic 300, Land and Rover Toy, Evel Kneivel Bike Motor Cross, Silvercup Bread, Pepsodent, Skippy Peanut Butter, Kid Air Travel, Fizzie's Tablets, Motorific Car Set, Kellogg's Space Patrol, Captain Gallant for Heinz with Buster Crabbe and son Cuffy, Mystery Date by Milton Bradley and many more.
$13.00
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TV TOY COMMERCIALS - VOL. ONE - RARE DVD
Mr. Machine, Electro Shot Shooting Gallery, Lionel Trains Sets, Slinky 70's, Gaylord, Trik-Trak, Johnny Comes Marching Home Cannon, Roy Rogers Telephone Set and Chuck Wagon, Bonanza Action Figures, Blaze Rocking Horse, Shoot-N-Shell Winchester, Dick Tracy 2 Way Wrist Radio, Dick Tracy Tommy Gun and Snub Nose, 007 Action Pack - James Bond, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Message Pen, Barbies Dream House, Ken, Chatty Cathy and Costume Sets, Patti Play Pal, Shirley Temple Dolls, Betsy Wetsy Invention Short, G.I. Joe, Tiger Joe, The Diving Sub, Astro Base and Helmet, Mystery Date, Mattels Lie Detector Game, Secret Squadron Club and Captain Midnight, Navy Frogman in Kelloggs Cereal, Flying Superman in Corn Flakes, Soaky and the Chipmunks, Soaky Speed Toys, Gilbert Toy Promo Short, Deluxe Man In Space Set, Fred Scott for Ideal Count Down Rocket, Johnny Astro.
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TV TOY COMMERCIALS - VOL. TWO - RARE DVD
Nabisco Toy Round Up Contest, Ideals Robot Commando, King Zor The Fighting Dinosaur, Ideals Steve Cannon Jet Helmet, Steve Cannon Promo Short, Ideal Fighter Jet, Captain Midnight Silver Dart Decoder Badge, Marx E-Z Weaver, Budding Beauty Vanity, Big Bruiser Truck, Big Shot Cannon, Battle Wagon War Ship, Enterprise Hobby Kit from ITC, Johnny Seven Mico Helmet Phone Set, Super Helmet Seven, Screaming Mee Mee and Rifle, Sound- O- Power Rifle, G. I. Joe, Capture Hill 79 Game, Tiger Guitar, Hasbro Frosty Freez Ice Creamer, Easy Bake Oven, Go To The Head of the Class, Game of The States, Candyland Games, Twister Game, Mousetrap Game, Sonar Sub Hunt, Suzy - Q- Cute Doll, Tickles Doll, Chatty Cathy Stroller, Matty, Sister Belle, Casper Talking Dolls, Teany Tiny Tears, Barbie Mix & Match Separates, Lionel Trains w/Joe DiMaggio, The Lionel Train Club, American Flyer All Aboard Train, A.H.M. Railroad, Blippo The Builder Construction Set Train, Remco Union Station Magnetic Train Set, Motorific Action Highway, Super City Giant Building Set, I.T.C. Electric Roadway and Race Car Set, Colorforms Outer Space People Kit, Etch-A- Sketch, Duncan Yo Yo, Silly Putty, Crayola Crayons, Robert The Robot Invention short, Roy Rogers Quick Shooter Hat, Beanie & Cecil Beanie Copter, Mattel Snub Nose 38 Gun and Holster, Trick Shot Gun, Fighter Jet Demonstration Displays, Buddy-L-Trucks, Duffy's Daredevils Race Cars, Billy Blastoff, Power Ride Car.
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TV TOY COMMERCIALS - VOL. THREE - RARE DVD
Armour Star Franks, Scotch Brand Tape Flying Saucer, Great Garloo by Marx, G.I. Joe with Kung Fu Grip and Training center adventure. Johnny Eagle Rifles, Fascination Electric Maze Game, Doodle Duck and Tommy Turtle by Remco, Voice Control Kennedy Airport, Zeroids Robots, Barrel of Monkeys, Rock'em Sock'em Robots, Multi-Pistol 09, Topper Toys Secret Sam, Zero M Sonic Blaster, Super Spy Attach Case, Gung Ho Commando Outfit, V-rroom Hot Rodder Engine, Jimmy Jet, Suzy Smart Doll, Witch Doctors Head Shrinkers Kit, Veda Board, Action Baseball, Hasbros Daffy Drops, Targetland Rifle Range, Best of the West Action Figures, Noble Knights Action Figures, Carry All Action Play Sets, Sound -O- Power Astro Gun, Bop-A-Bear, Skipper, Barbie, Space Wheel in Keds Sneakers, Billy Blast off Scuba Scout, Johnny Lightning Race Track, Suzy Homemaker Sweet Shop, toy Factory Footage, Deluxe Beauty Parlor Set, Johnny Seven Guns being assembled at a factory, Tiger Joe being assembled at a factory, Remco's Giant Whirly bird Plane, Mr. Kelly's Car Wash, Tiny Tears with Rock-A-Bye Eyes, Giant Wheel Game, Baby Toodles, Remco Radio, Remco Drive in Movie Theatre, Remco Fighting Lady Battleship, Remco Coney Island Penny Machine, Dawn Doll, Johnny Lightning Big Switch Race System, Johnny Lighting Custom Cars, Ding-A-Lings, "Grandpa's Place" Radio Station and Cocoa Marsh Rail Road, Beany and Cecil Talking Dolls.
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CLASSIC DOLL COMMERCIALS - VOL. ONE - RARE DVD
The Betsy Wetsy Invention Story, Patty and Peter Play Pal, Betsy Wetsy, Bye Bye Baby, Teany Tiny Tear, Popi Fashion Kits, Betsy McCall, Little Miss Echo, Tiny Tears, Tressy's Hat Shop, Tressy Fashions-4 Room Apartment-Beauty Salon, Dawn Beauty Pageant, Dancing Dawn, Smarty Pants Promo Short, Snip-N-Tuck, Tiny Tears and Cradle, Archie Bunkers Grandson, Tiffany Taylor, Tuesday Taylor - Penthouse Apartment - Wake Up Thumbelina, Baby Baby, Rub - A - Dub - Dolly, Baby Dreams, Jody The Country Girl Doll, - Her General Store - Country Kitchen - Country Barn, Little Miss Revlon, Mike Ealldecker and Ideal Business Meeting, Playtex Doll, Shirley Temple Doll, Patti Playpal, Baby Love N Care, Adorable Dawn, Kissy, Tickles, Nancy Nurse, Chatty Cathy and Costume Sets, Matty, Sister Belle and Casper.
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COLGATE COMEDY HOUR WITH JIMMY DURANTE - RARE DVD
Jimmy Durante is the guest host of this COLGATE COMEDY HOUR installment, which, despite the presence of Sinatra, emphasizes comedy as much as music. The running joke features Frank Sinatra turning up throughout the show (even sitting in the audience at one point) and trying to sing "From Here To Eternity," only to be continually interrupted by Durante. The Gay Tyroliers perform a very strange Maypole Dance.

The Symphony of Cowbells (really "The Old Spinning Wheel," most famous from its use in the Laurel & Hardy short "Them Thar Hills") is interrupted by Sinatra, who is thrown off the set by Durante, who later gives an inimitable spelling and grammar lesson. He and Sinatra participate in a TV game show parody with special guest Danny Thomas. Sinatra and Durante do a duet together and Sinatra does "The Ho-Ho Song." And the host argues with a marionette in a sketch set in Club Durante. Sinatra is interrupted one last time, before Durante closes the show with "Goodnight."
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DINAH SHORE SHOW & PATTI PAGE SHOW - RARE DVD
Dinah Shore Show & Patti Page Show

THE DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW /THE PATTI PAGE SHOW Dinah Shore and Patti Page make the perfect pairing--both were popular singers and entertainers, and really the quintessential female pop-culture figures of their era, pretty, soft-spoken, and funny, who were especially appealing in the midst of the last reasonably peaceful time that America thought it ever had. What's more, Shore was sort of cool in her own way, with a carefully self-deprecating humor. The DINAH SHORE SHOW features guests Wayne and Schuster (in a really good comedy sketch) and trumpet player Al Hirt, and songs include "I Ain't Down Yet."

The PATTI PAGE SHOW features Page and the Page Five Singers, with the Jack Rael Orchestra, performing "All Of Me," "Sentimental Journey," "Down In the Valley," "My Prayer," "Jim," "Rose of San Antone," and (natch) "Doggie In the Window."
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THE GARRY MOORE SHOW - RARE DVD
Guest Stars: Nancy Walker, Allen and Rossi, Nancy Dessault and Durwood Kirby. Garry Moore was one of the most popular variety show personalities of the late 1950's and early 1960's, the predecessor to Carol Burnett and the real-life equivalent to the Dick Van Dyke Show's Alan Brady--his writers on this Christmas week show included Buck Henry. Moore has a dialogue with "Stanley," a 3-D cartoon figure. Marty Allen and Steve Rossi do a parody of TO TELL THE TRUTH and I'VE GOT A SECRET, with Marty Allen playing Columbus. Allen and Rossi also sing "Cottonfields."

The Garry Moore Fairy Tale Hour has Nancy Walker playing Rapunzel with a certain awareness of television hair-care, and Moore also does a stand-up bit discussing the idea of a zip code for Santa Claus. In "THE WONDER YEAR" sequence, Dussault sings "Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee" and "Forty Second Street," Steve Rossi plays Baby Face Nelson, and the cast does a comic tap-dance to "Shuffle Off To Buffalo." Commercials include Oldsmobile, Winston cigarettes, and Johnson's Pledge.
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THE GEORGE GOBEL SHOW - VOL. ONE - RARE DVD
From the gag-laden opening credits to the usually abrupt sign-off (sketches often ran long), this live comedy/variety program was one of the funniest and most intelligent series of its period. These two early shows include special guests Angela Lansbury (playing Gobel's wife, tied to a chair by their son) in a sketch) and boxer-turned-actor Buddy Baer (uncle of Max Baer Jr., of The Beverly Hillbillies), along with regulars Peggy King and orchestra leader John Scott Trotter. Peggy King sings "Mountain Greenery" and "Mambo In the Moonlight" in these two programs, and Buddy Baer gets to toss Gobel around as part of a sketch.
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FIREBALL FUN FOR ALL - RARE DVD
Olsen and Johnson--often unfairly remembered as a sort of poor-man's Abbott and Costello, but really much better than that-- star in what has to be one of the funniest/strangest variety shows ever done for network television. Sponsored by Buick and its dealers--who couldn't possibly have known what they were getting for their money--FIREBALL FUN-FOR-ALL is basically Olsen and Johnson's vaudeville routines brought to television, live and with full audience participation, like HELLZAPOPPIN' for the home audience. Broadcast from a theater at 6 Columbus Circle in New York during one of the worst heat waves in the city's history, the heat wave is a constant theme of the show as the comedy comes at us from all directions!
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THE KATE SMITH EVENING HOUR - RARE DVD
Kate Smith, who achieved immortality singing Irving Berlin's patriotic song "God Bless America," had this hour-long evening show for nine months between 1951 and 1952. Smith wasn't known as a major television figure, but her show was one of the most unusual variety programs in television history, broken down into four 15 segments each distinctly different in character, and several of which were separated off into independent series.

In this November 1951 Thanksgiving show, the guests include Ann Sheridan, playing in a dramatic/romantic sketch entitled "Beginner's Luck"; Myron Cohen, who does an extended monolog; Peg Lynch and Alan Bunce in the continuing comedy series "Ethel and Albert," about a bickering married couple who can't even get through a car ride without an argument in this sequence; and Akim Tamiroff, Vinton Hayworth (the general in the later episodes of I DREAM OF JEANNIE), and Tige Andrews (Captain Greer from THE MOD SQUAD) in a short drama written by Arch Oboler called "Mr. Citizen," about a guilt-ridden immigrant who nearly gives up his chance at citizenship. Smith sings "It's a Lovely Day Today" and "Bless This House."
$13.00
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THE MILT GRANT SHOW - RARE DVD
Produced in Washington, D.C. at the same time that Dick Clark's American Bandstand was coming out of Philadelphia, THE MILT GRANT SHOW was less slick and a lot funnier, more spontaneous, and warmer than Clark's program. The one-hour program features dancing teens (to "Bye Bye Love" by the Everly Bros., "I Just Don't Know" by the Four Aces, "Love Letters In the Sand" by Pat Boone, "Pink Champagne" by the Tyrones, and "Suzie Q" by Dale Hawkins), special guest rhythm-and-blues legend LaVerne Baker ("Jim Dandy" "Let's Play the Game of Love") and Johnny & Jo ("Over The Mountain and Across the Sea") lip-syncing to their records, and a Rate-a-Record sequence featuring the Cellos' "Rang Tang Ding Dong" and Johnny Mathis's "It's Not For Me to Say."

But the real beauty of THE MILT GRANT SHOW, apart from the performance sequences and the music, are the kids, who come across as really honest and sincere, even in their awkwardness, as they joke about their dancing and their music, and Grant himself, who doesn't try to be one of them, but still builds up a heady enthusiasm for the music. The show was local, and includes lots of plugs for local and regional businesses, including Washington's Music Box Record Shop, Briggs Ice Cream, a nearby amusement park and Tops Drive-inn, as well as the then-current crop of Columbia Records artists. A real blast from the past, and a delight not only to anyone in their 30's and 40's who remembers this era, but a must-own for anyone who wants to get a glimpse of what it was like to be a real teenager during that period.
$13.00
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