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#49: PROJECT 20: THOSE RAGTIME YEARS
1960-11-22, WNBC, 50 min.
Robert Russell Bennett, Donald B. Hyatt, Hoagy Carmichael, Dorothy Loudon, Mae Barnes, Robin Roberts, The Billy B. Quartet, Eubie Blake, Ralph Sutton, Dick Wellstood, The Wilbur De Paris Band, William Nichols, William Graham, The Clara Ward Singers

Hoagy Carmichael introduces us to the ragtime era (1900-1917) with over fourteen songs and instrumentals being performed by performers Dorothy Loudon, Mae Barnes, Robin Roberts, Billy B. Quartet, Eubie Blake, Ralph Sutton, Dick Wellstood, the Wilbur de Paris Band and the Clara Ward Singers. Musical score by Robert Russell Bennett. Executive producer Donald B. Hyatt. Produced and written by William Nichols. Directed by William Graham. Broadcast live, tape and film.             
#7289: MEET ME AT DISNEYLAND
1962-09-08, KTTV, 42 min.
Johnny Jacobs, Inglewood Toppers Band, Firehouse Five Plus Two, Seven Dwarfs, San Fernando Youth Band, The Monterey Park Girls Drum & Bugle Core, The Long Beach Junior Concert Band, Bell and the Spacemen, Clara Ward and her Gospel Singers, Atilla Gallam, George Kimble, Kay Bell, Jim Barndrover & The Disneyland Band

June 9th,1962-September 8th, 1962

A live weekly one-hour summer series, designed to promote the different theme parks located in Disneyland is broadcast. This   television series was broadcast live, Saturday nights, on Los Angeles independent station KTTV from Disneyland. 
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This episode, "Talent on Parade," featured Disneyland performers. Each act was introduced to a version of the "Hi-Ho" song performed by the Seven Dwarfs. 

Three lively songs performed by Kay Bell and the Spacemen, "Something's Got A Hold On Me," "Bye Bye Blackbird," " What'd I Say," followed by eight and Half year old protégé saxophone player Atilla Gallam. 

Disneyland themes are played promoting the park. The Firehouse Five Plus Two, members of the Disney animation department, play two numbers including "How I Wish I Was In Peoria."

Clara Ward and the Clara Ward Gospel Singers provide their talents.

Concluding eight-minute number, "Come Out To Disneyland," is sung.

Theme song from the Mickey Mouse Club is played, and a finale, "Hey Look Me Over." 

A Promotional is heard by host Johnny Jacobs to entice the public to visit Disneyland, September 28, and 29,  to enjoy five big bands performing there. 
Jacobs concludes the broadcast thanking all for tuning in during the summer to view MEET ME AT DISNEYLAND.

Host for this Summer Series broadcast was Johnny Jacobs, who later went on to announce, many iconic television series, including The Newlywed Game, The Dating Game, The New Steve Allen Show, The Joker's  Wild, The Gong Show, Rhyme and Reason, and Operation Entertainment, to list a few. 

Included on this air check is a Stouffer's Frozen Food commercial. 

Final broadcast of this mostly forgotten 13-episode series (No broadcast was aired on August 18th). An early example of local Disney television programming designed to motivate young people to come out in person to Disneyland.

NOTE: NO EXAMPLE OFTHIS SERIES IS KNOWN TO EXIST IN ANY BROADCAST FORM.                                                                                                                                                                                         
#8899: MONKEES SPECIAL, THE: "33 1/3 REVOLUTIONS PER MONKEE."
1969-04-14, NBC, 60 min.
Little Richard, Julie Driscoll, Monkees, Jerry Lee Lewis, Brian Augar, Fats Domino, Clara Ward, Buddy Miles, Paul Arnold, We Three

Television special starring the Monkees. It was to be their final performance together until 1986.            
#2354: ED SULLIVAN SHOW, THE
1969-07-21, WCBS, 52 min.
Ed Sullivan, Henny Youngman, Dominique, Vikki Carr, The Martys, The Clara Ward Gospel Singers, The Bob Fournier & Hal Greco Dancers, Princess Tajana, The Chung Trio

June 20, 1948-June 6, 1971. Television's longest-running variety show ran on Sunday nights for twenty-three years. Its host, Ed Sullivan.
#2554: FLIP WILSON SHOW, THE
1971-11-18, WNBC, 52 min.
Tim Conway, Flip Wilson, The Clara Ward Gospel Singers

September 17, 1970-June 27, 1974. A successful variety hour hosted by Flip Wilson.
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