RODGERS & HART TODAY - RARE TV SHOW FROM 1967
One in this series of entertainment specials presented under the umbrella of "ABC Stage 67." This program is a tribute to the music of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, and features performances by Bobby Darin, the Supremes, the Doodletown Pipers, the Mamas and the Papas, Petula Clark, Count Basie and his Orchestra, and dancer Peter Gennaro. The program includes the following performances: Bobby Darin sings a medley of the Rodgers and Hart tunes "I Could Write a Book," "Little Girl Blue," and "The Lady is a Tramp"; the Supremes sing "Lover," "With a Song in My Heart," and "My Romance"; Peter Gennaro leads a dance performance to the Doodletown Pipers' rendition of "Wait Till You See Her"; the Mamas and the Papas sing "My Heart Stood Still" and "Glad To Be Unhappy"; Petula Clark performs "Where or When" and "Thou Swell"; Count Basie and his Orchestra back the Doodletown Pipers for "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue"; Peter Gennaro leads a dance to "Dancing of the Ceiling" and "Give It Back To The Indians"; the Supremes sing "Manhattan" and "Blue Moon"; Clark and Darin sing a medley of the tunes "Any Old Place with You," "The Gateway of the Temple in Minerva," "Dear Old Syracuse," "Way out West on West End Avenue," and "I Feel at Home with You"; Peter Gennaro dances to "Johnny One Note," performed by Count Basie and his Orchestra; Clark sings "Spring is Here" and "On Your Toes"; Darin and the Supremes join to sing "Falling in Love with Love"; Darin sings "I Wish I Were in Love Again"; and the ensemble performs "Mountain Greenery." Commercials deleted.