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#2984: HELEN REDDY SHOW, THE
1973-07-19, WNBC, 52 min.
The Pointer Sisters, Helen Reddy, Joan Rivers, Jim Croce

June 28, 1973-August 16, 1973. Helen Reddy hosted this variety hour, a summer replacement for "The Flip Wilson Show."
#5484: A TRIBUTE TO JIM CROCE
1974-03-09, WNEW, 69 min.
The Carpenters, Jim Croce, Loggins & Messina, Don Kirshner, Randy Newman, Cashman & West, Tommy West, Burt Sugarman

Presented on "Don Kirshner's Rock Concert" (1973-1982), a tribute to Jim Croce- the man and his songs. This tribute to the late rock star features a performance taped before his death. 
Songs include, "Time in a Bottle" and "You Don't Mess Around with Jim." Personal friend Tommy West hosts this loving retrospective. 

This was the 14th episode of "Don Kirshner's Rock Concert" 

A tribute to singer-songwriter Jim Croce, who died in a plane crash on September 20, 1973.
Jim Croce is seen in TV appearances and music videos for "Photographs and Memories" (video), "Hard Way Every Time," "You Don't Mess Around with Jim," "Workin' At The Car Wash Blues" (video), "Speedball Tucker" (video), "Rapid Roy (the Stock Car Boy)" (video), "Time in a Bottle" (video with footage of Croce with his wife and child), "Roller Derby Queen" (video), "Lover's Cross" (video), and "I Got A Name."
Photo montages accompany Croce's songs "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown," "Salon and Saloon" and "The Hard Way Every Time."
Loggins and Messina, Tommy West and Terry Cashman, The Carpenters, and Randy Newman also appear. Loggins and Messina talk about Croce, and present the video for their song "Watching the River Run." Record producers Tommy West and Terry Cashman introduce Croce's song "Dreamin' Again." Richard and Karen Carpenter share their thoughts on Croce. Randy Newman sings "God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)" and "I Think It's Going To Rain Today," and remembers the late musician.
A clip is shown of Burt Sugarman (producer of NBC-TV's "The Midnight Special") presenting Jim Croce with a gold record for "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown."                                              
#5354: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, THE: HIGHLIGHTING MILLION DOLLAR SELLERS
1974-06-21, WNBC, 78 min.
Curtis Mayfield, Billy Preston, Jim Croce, Al Green, Edger Winter Group, Kenny Loggins and Messina, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Dr. Hook Medicine Show

  "THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL" - February 2, 1973 - May 1, 1981.

"The Midnight Special" provided taped in-concert popular music. The emphasis was on rock and roll and when the series first went on the air everyone was a guest star, followed by different  guest stars hosting for most of the run. There was no regular host except for Helen Reddy who hosted the series during the years 1975-1977.  

"The Midnight Special" is considered network television's first regularly scheduled late-late night programming. 
The 90 minute series aired on Fridays following The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Wolfman Jack was the announcer.

Every hit performer sings a million-selling hit on this program, whjich features the Edgar Winter Group ("Frankenstein"}; the late Jim Croce ("Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"); Loggins and Messina ("Your Mama Don't Dance"); Curtis Mayfield ("Superfly"); Billy Preston ("Will It Go Round in Circles?"); Gladys Knight and the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia"); Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show ("The Cover of the Rolling Stone"); Al Green ("Here I Am"); The O'Jays ("Love Train"); Gilbert O'Sullivan ("Get Down"); The Spinners ("Could It Be I'm Falling in Love"); Charlie Rich ("Behind Closed Doors"); Stories ("Brother Louie"). 


NOTE: Jim Croce who died in a plane crash at the age of 30, September 20, 1973, appears in this re-run presentation, representing his posthumous first run appearance broadcast January 4, 1974.

Croce appeared on "The Midnight Special" two other times, June 15, 1973 and September 14, 1973.                                       
#8787: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, THE: MILLION SELLER HITS
1974-06-21, NBC, 78 min.
Gladys Knight and the Pips, Curtis Mayfield, Wolfman Jack, Billy Preston, Jim Croce, Al Green, Loggins and Messina, Edgar Winter Group, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show

  "THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL" - February 2, 1973 - May 1, 1981.

"The Midnight Special" provided taped in-concert popular music. The emphasis was on rock and roll and when the series first went on the air everyone was a guest star, followed by different guest stars hosting for most of the run. There was no regular host except for Helen Reddy who hosted the series during the years 1975-1977.  

"The Midnight Special" is considered network television's first regularly scheduled late-late night programming. 
The 90-minute series aired on Fridays following The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Wolfman Jack was the announcer.

Every hit performer sings a million-selling hit on this program, which features the Edgar Winter Group ("Frankenstein"}; the late Jim Croce ("Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"); Loggins and Messina ("Your Mama Don't Dance"); Curtis Mayfield ("Superfly"); Billy Preston ("Will It Go Round in Circles?"); Gladys Knight and the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia"); Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show ("The Cover of the Rolling Stone"); Al Green ("Here I Am"); The O'Jays ("Love Train"); Gilbert O'Sullivan ("Get Down"); The Spinners ("Could It Be I'm Falling in Love"); Charlie Rich ("Behind Closed Doors"); Stories ("Brother Louie"). 

Host: Wolfman Jack. Dupe of #5354.  

Repeat of original Broadcast, January 4, 1977.                                                                  
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