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#7408: SOUNDS OF JAZZ
1962-11-17, KABC, 00 min.
Les Brown, Ann Polk, Pat Byrant, Gospel Pearls, Shorty Rodgers and his music special

October 8th, 1957-  

Jazz show produced at KABC television in Los Angeles and broadcast on KABC.  

                                  
#5373: NEW YEAR'S EVE 1964
1963-12-31, WNBC, 300 min.
Abbe Lane, Ben Grauer, The Woody Herman Orchestra, The Peter Duchin Orchestra, The Count Basie Orchestra, The Gene Krupa Quartet, The Maynard Ferguson Orchestra, The Xavier Cugat Orchestra, The Harry James Orchestra, The Les Brown Orchestra, The Lawrence Welk Orchestra, The Lionel Hampton Orchestra

A five-hour New Year's Eve broadcast. Midnight celebrations are heard in three different time zones. NBC Radio swings cross country in its All Star Parade of Bands which goes from East to West. Ten of the nation's top dance bands swing 1963 out and 1964 in. At 11:55 PM, NBC cuts to Times Square in New York. Ben Grauer reports and recaps the year 1963.
#14859: BEST ON RECORD: GRAMMY AWARDS, THE
1965-05-18, NBC, 53 min.
Steve Allen, Jimmy Durante, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, Woody Allen, Bob Newhart, Steve Lawrence, Dean Martin, Carol Channing, Jack Jones, Bill Cosby, Ringo Starr, Tony Bennett, Peter Sellers, Paul McCartney, Henry Mancini, Petula Clark, Eddy Arnold, Roger Miller, Godfrey Cambridge, Stan Getz, Gale Garnett, Arthur Fiedler, John Lennon, Sammy Davis, Jr., George Harrison, Swingle Sisters, Les Brown

Winners of the 1964 Grammy Awards give performances. Les Brown conducts the orchestra. 

Dean Martin is the host.                                    
#7703: BEST ON RECORD, GRAMMY AWARDS: 8TH ANNUAL, THE
1966-05-16, NBC, 180 min.
Steve Allen, Jerry Lewis, Bobby Darin, Bill Dana, Dinah Shore, Bob Hope, Robert Goulet, Don Adams, Diahann Carroll, Bill Cosby, Tony Bennett, Perry Como, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Les Brown, Henry Mancini, Duke Ellington, Petula Clark, Roger Miller, Herb Alpert, Godfrey Cambridge, Jody Miller, Tijuana Brass

The 8th annual Grammy Awards, telecast live from New York City, Nashville, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Duke Ellington receives a Golden Achievement Award. Jerry Lewis is the Master Of Ceremonies.                                  
#7918: DEAN MARTIN SHOW, THE
1967-01-12, NBC, 52 min.
Leslie Uggams, Jackie Mason, Dean Martin, Les Brown, Allen & Rossi, Eddie Foy Jr., Ken Lane

September 16, 1965-May 24, 1974. 
A variety hour hosted by Dean Martin. Several of the shows were celebrity "roasts," set at a banquet table, in which the guest of honor was showered with insults by other celebs. Regulars of the series included pianist Ken Lane (1965-1972), Kay Medford, Lou Jacobi, The Golddiggers, Marian Mercer (1971-1972), Tom Bosley (1971-1972), Rodney Dangerfield (1972-1973), Dom DeLuise (1972-1973), and Nipsey Russell (1972-1974).   

Dupe Of # 1932.                                    
#1022: DATING GAME, THE
1967-06-17, WABC, 23 min.
Groucho Marx, Durward Kirby, Jim Lange, Melinda Marx, Les Brown, Charlie Barnett

On this Father's Day show, host Jim Lange welcomes celebrity guests Groucho Marx, Melinda Marx, Durwood Kirby, Les Brown and Charlie Barnett.
#5346: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1971-01-18, WCBS, 78 min.
Merv Griffin, Xavier Cugat, Les Brown, Tex Beneke, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, Bob Crosby, Freddy Martin, Charlie Barnet, Frankie Carle, Vaughn Monroe

August 18, 1969-February 11, 1972. The first of a two-part salute to the big band era. CBS signed Merv Griffin to a ninety-minute late night talk show in 1969. On hand were announcer Arthur Treacher and the Mort Lindsay Orchestra, both of whom had been with Griffin on his Westinghouse show. In September 1970 the show moved from New York to Los Angeles but to no avail, playing second best to "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson." Most of these shows were erased by CBS and did not survive.
#5347: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1971-01-19, WCBS, 78 min.
Merv Griffin, Xavier Cugat, Les Brown, Tex Beneke, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, Bob Crosby, Freddy Martin, Charlie Barnet, Frankie Carle, Vaughn Monroe

August 18, 1969-February 11, 1972. The second of a two-part salute to the big band era. CBS signed Merv Griffin to a ninety-minute late night talk show in 1969. On hand were announcer Arthur Treacher and the Mort Lindsay Orchestra, both of whom had been with Griffin on his Westinghouse show. In September 1970 the show moved from New York to Los Angeles but to no avail, playing second best to "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson." Most of these shows were erased by CBS and did not survive.
#5442: STARS AND STRIPES SHOW, THE
1973-07-03, WNBC, 52 min.
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bob Hope, Anita Bryant, Les Brown, Lou Rawls, Doc Severinsen

Bob Hope & Tennessee Ernie Ford help Independence Day festivities get off a day early, with a rousing salute in honor of our 197th year Independence Day.
#8375: JERRY LEWIS LABOR DAY TELETHON, THE
1973-09-02, WRGB, 300 min.
Jerry Lewis, Andy Williams, Carol Lawrence, Red Buttons, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Ed McMahon, Mel Torme, Phyllis Diller, Les Brown, Melba Moore, Peter Marshall, Gina Lollobrigida, Enzo Stuarti, David Hartman, Lennon Sisters, The New Seekers, Arti Johnson, Ed..., Steve;;;, John Gavin

Jerry Lewis's fund-raising campaign for Muscular Dystrophy from the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas which represents his first National MDA broadcast away from New York.  
  
The broadcast begins at 9 PM Eastern time on September 2nd, 1973 and concludes on September 3rd, 1973 at 6:30 PM Eastern time. This was the first time the telethon was telecast from Las Vegas.   

This year's Muscular Dystrophy Association of America telethon raised a record $12,395,983 in pledged money during its 21 1/2 hours of telecasting. There are numerous half hour cutaway breaks from the National broadcast...giving Jerry Lewis a break in the action, and these cutaways are hosted by a litany of hosts all over the country depending on the station broadcasting this marathon broadcast. In New York hosting at different intervals were Buddy Hackett, William B. Williams, Julius LaRosa and Soupy Sales and Mel Torme. In Nashville, Roy Clark hosted, etc. etc. This broadcast was recorded off the air in Schenectady New York, via station affiliate WRGB. 
The hosts of locally cutaway segments on this audio air check are that of Ed, and Steve. There segments equate to approximatively 120 minutes of this 300 minute TV Audio Air Check broadcast excerpt. 200 minutes (approximately 3 and half hours reflect the National segments).    

This broadcast recording begins at approximately 11:30 EST on Monday, September 3, 1973. John Gavin sings, "We've Got It." The New Seekers, British pop group perform, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing." Peter Marshall is praised by Jerry for his game show Hollywood Squares. There is a film promo for MSD. Carol Lawrence sings "A Bright Sunshiny Day, and "Sand Dance." Her husband Robert Goulet and Carol talk with Jerry. Paul Anka who flew in specifically to sing on the show a rendition of "I Did it My Way," changing the lyrics related to Jerry Lewis's MDA telethon contributions sings this version. Phyllis Diller does a stand-up routine. 
Andy Williams introduces each of the Lennon Sisters, Janet, Kathy, Peggy, and Dee Dee. Williams sings, "Close to You."
We get a local feed with Mel Torme who sings a duet with Jerry and then interviews Gina Lollobrigida who discusses her photography book "Italia Mia" containing three years of her work...a collection of 191 still pictures of Italians your and elders, families, sights and scenery. 
Enzo Stuart sings "Maria." Red Buttons performs and sings "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," and his signature song, "HO HO."    
Jerry wraps up the broadcast stating that when he began work for MDA he had but one secretary in 1950 and now his fund raising event is the second biggest in America. Jerry signs off singing, "You'll Never Walk Alone."                                                                                                         
#8375A: JERRY LEWIS LABOR DAY TELETHON, THE
1973-09-02, WRGB, 200 min.
Jerry Lewis, Andy Williams, Carol Lawrence, Red Buttons, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Ed McMahon, Mel Torme, Phyllis Diller, Les Brown, Melba Moore, Peter Marshall, Gina Lollobrigida, Enzo Stuarti, David Hartman, Lennon Sisters, The New Seekers, Arti Johnson, John Gavin

Jerry Lewis's fund-raising campaign for Muscular Dystrophy from the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas which represents his first National MDA broadcast away from New York.  
  
The National television broadcast begins at 9 PM Eastern time on September 2nd, 1973 and concludes on September 3rd, 1973 at 6:30 PM Eastern time. This was the first time the Jerry Lewis Labor Day National Telethon was telecast from Las Vegas.   

This year's Muscular Dystrophy Association of America telethon raised a record $12,395,983 in pledged money during its 21 1/2 hours of telecasting. There are numerous half hour cutaway breaks from the National broadcast...giving Jerry Lewis a break in the action, and these cutaways are hosted by a litany of hosts all over the country depending on the station broadcasting this marathon broadcast. 

NOTE: THIS TAPE HAS NONE OF THE LOCAL CUTAWAY MATERIAL...ONLY THE NATIONAL BROADCAST EXCERPTS WITH THE STARS LISTED HERE, WHO WERE RECORDED. MANY PERSONALITIES APPEARING ON THE 
COMPLETE BROADCAST WERE NOT AUDIO TAPED AND THEREFORE NOT PRESENT IN THIS PRESENTATION.  

 In New York hosting at different intervals were Buddy Hackett, William B. Williams, Julius LaRosa and Soupy Sales and Mel Torme. In Nashville, Roy Clark hosted, etc. etc. This broadcast was recorded off the air in Schenectady New York, via station affiliate WRGB. 
The hosts of locally cutaway segments on this audio air check are that of Ed, and Steve. Their segments equate to approximatively 120 minutes of this 300 minute TV Audio Air Check broadcast excerpt. 

SEE ATA#8375. 
 
200 minutes (approximately 3 and half hours reflect the National segments).    

This broadcast recording begins at approximately 11:30 EST on Monday, September 3, 1973. John Gavin sings, "We've Got It." The New Seekers, British pop group perform, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing." Peter Marshall is praised by Jerry for his game show Hollywood Squares. There is a film promo for MSD. Carol Lawrence sings "A Bright Sunshiny Day, and "Sand Dance." Her husband Robert Goulet and Carol talk with Jerry. Paul Anka who flew in specifically to sing on the show a rendition of "I Did it My Way," changing the lyrics related to Jerry Lewis's MDA telethon contributions sings this version. Phyllis Diller does a stand-up routine. 
Andy Williams introduces each of the Lennon Sisters, Janet, Kathy, Peggy, and Dee Dee. Williams sings, "Close to You."
We get a local feed with Mel Torme who sings a duet with Jerry and then interviews Gina Lollobrigida who discusses her photography book "Italia Mia" containing three years of her work...a collection of 191 still pictures of Italians your and elders, families, sights and scenery. 
Enzo Stuart sings "Maria." Red Buttons performs and sings "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," and his signature song, "HO HO."    
Jerry wraps up the broadcast stating that when he began work for MDA he had but one secretary in 1950 and now his fund raising event is the second biggest in America. Jerry signs off singing, "You'll Never Walk Alone."                                                                                                                                                
#7753: BOB HOPE'S SILVER ANNIVERSARY ON TV SPECIAL
1974-09-25, NBC, 60 min.
Jackie Gleason, Bob Hope, Carol Channing, Noel Coward, Les Brown, Glen Campbell

     Jackie Gleason,  Carol Channing and Glen Campbell help Bob kick off his 25th season on television. The show is centered around a New York City theme, with segments taped in Central Park. 

Glen sings "Bonaparte's Retreat," and Bob and Jackie do Noel Coward's tongue-in-cheek "Why Must the Show Go On?" 

Les Brown orchestra.       
#10049: MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW, THE
1975-03-07, SYN, 90 min.
Bob Hope, Mike Douglas, Les Brown, Fran Jeffries

1963-1982 (SYNDICATED). Mike Douglas hosted one of television's longest-running talk shows (19 years). Each week Douglas was joined by a different co-host. In 1967, "The Mike Douglas Show" became the first syndicated talk show to win an Emmy Award.

Broadcast from 1963-1978 in Philadelphia Broadcast from 1978-1982 in Los Angeles A tribute to Bob Hope and his many years in show business.
#8214: GOOD OLD DAYS OF RADIO, THE
1976-03-17, PBS, 75 min.
Steve Allen, Ralph Edwards, Cyril Ritchard, Lawrence Welk, George Fenneman, Marvin Miller, Edgar Bergen, Janet Waldo, Mel Blanc, Les Brown, Dennis Day, Jim Jordan, Bill Baldwin, Art Lonkletter, Bret Morrison, Helen Oconnell, Erza Stone, Lorene Tuttle

A tribute to radio's first fifty years. Host Steve Allen presents old radio clips from radio's "Golden Age."                        
#5158: CHRISTMAS SONGS
1979-12-24, WNET, 78 min.
Mel Torme, Richard Basehart, Roy Rogers, Rich Little, Maureen McGovern, Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis Jr., Les Brown and His Band of Renown, George Shearing, The Sons of Pioneers, The Voices of Christmas

Host Mel Torme and Les Brown and His Band of Renown celebrate the season with George Shearing, Rich Little, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., Maureen McGovern, Roy Rogers, The Sons of the Pioneers, Richard Basehart and The Voices of Christmas choir.
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