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#2394: ED SULLIVAN SHOW, THE
1970-11-01, WCBS, 52 min.
Ed Sullivan, Richard Pryor, Bobbie Gentry, Melba Moore, Roy Clark, The Cast of "Purlie"

June 20, 1948-June 6, 1971. This broadcast featured songs from "Purlie." Television's longest-running variety show ran on Sunday nights for twenty-three years. Its host, Ed Sullivan.
#7719: BING CROSBY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, THE
1970-12-16, NBC, 60 min.
Bing Crosby, Melba Moore, Jack Wild, Crosby Family, Doodletown Pipers

Bing Crosby is joined by The Doodletown Pipers, Jack Wild, Melba Moore and the Crosby family in this Christmas special.           
#1107: FESTIVAL AT FORD
1971-11-15, WNBC, 20 min.
Bob Hope, Dick Cavett, Pat Boone, Melba Moore

From Ford Theater in Washington D.C., a special salute to American entertainment with host Bob Hope, who does an opening political monologue. Performers appearing in the opening 20 minute excerpt are Melba Moore & Pat Boone. Each sing a medley of songs.
#5242: FESTIVAL AT FORD'S
1971-11-15, WNBC, 52 min.
Raymond Burr, Jonathan Winters, Bob Hope, Carol Channing, Pat Boone, Henry Mancini, Melba Moore, Charley Pride

All-star entertainment at historic Ford's Theatre. Bob Hope is host. Raymond Burr, narrator.
#2582: FLIP WILSON SHOW, THE
1971-11-25, WNBC, 52 min.
The Smothers Brothers, Flip Wilson, Melba Moore

September 17, 1970-June 27, 1974. A successful variety hour hosted by Flip Wilson.
#9993: ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR AWARDS, 1972 THE
1972-01-14, CBS, 90 min.
Jack Benny, Carol Burnett, Bob Hope, Ed Sullivan, Alan King, Jean Stapleton, Don Rickles, Barbra Streisand, Flip Wilson, Melba Moore, Lynn Anderson, Lily Tomlin, The Carpenters, The Brady Bunch

The 1972 Entertainer Of The Year Awards. 

Host: Ed Sullivan.                                                     
#2628: FLIP WILSON SHOW, THE
1972-03-16, WNBC, 52 min.
Tim Conway, Bing Crosby, Flip Wilson, Melba Moore

September 17, 1970-June 27, 1974. A successful variety hour hosted by Flip Wilson.
#3945: MELBA MOORE-CLIFTON DAVIS SHOW, THE
1972-06-07, WCBS, 52 min.
Jean Stapleton, Melba Moore, Liz Torres, Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Moms Mabley, Clifton Davis, Dick Libertini

June 7, 1972-July 5, 1972. A five-week summer replacement for "The Carol Burnett Show," co-hosted by Melba Moore and Clifton Davis. Also appearing were Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Dick Libertini, and Liz Torres.
#3946: MELBA MOORE-CLIFTON DAVIS SHOW, THE
1972-06-14, WCBS, 52 min.
Melba Moore, Arte Johnson, Liz Torres, Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Clifton Davis, Dick Libertini

June 7, 1972-July 5, 1972. A five-week summer replacement for "The Carol Burnett Show," co-hosted by Melba Moore and Clifton Davis. Also appearing were Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Dick Libertini, and Liz Torres.
#3947: MELBA MOORE-CLIFTON DAVIS SHOW, THE
1972-06-21, WCBS, 52 min.
Hugh O'Brian, Melba Moore, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Liz Torres, Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Clifton Davis, Dick Libertini

June 7, 1972-July 5, 1972. A five-week summer replacement for "The Carol Burnett Show," co-hosted by Melba Moore and Clifton Davis. Also appearing were Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Dick Libertini, and Liz Torres.
#3948: MELBA MOORE-CLIFTON DAVIS SHOW, THE
1972-06-28, WCBS, 52 min.
Melba Moore, Liz Torres, Cloris Leachman, Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Clifton Davis, Dick Libertini

June 7, 1972-July 5, 1972. A five-week summer replacement for "The Carol Burnett Show," co-hosted by Melba Moore and Clifton Davis. Also appearing were Timmie Rogers, Ron Carey, Dick Libertini, and Liz Torres.
#2606: FLIP WILSON SHOW, THE
1972-09-28, WNBC, 52 min.
Don Knotts, Flip Wilson, Melba Moore

September 17, 1970-June 27, 1974. A successful variety hour hosted by Flip Wilson.
#1676: CAROL BURNETT SHOW, THE
1972-11-29, WCBS, 52 min.
Carol Burnett, Carl Reiner, Melba Moore

September 11, 1967-August 9, 1978. Popular variety hour hosted by Carol Burnett. On her own show, she brought together a group of talented supporting players: Harvey Korman, Lyle Waggoner, Vicki Lawrence, Tim Conway, and Dick Van Dyke.
#2570: FLIP WILSON SHOW, THE
1973-01-10, WNBC, 52 min.
Flip Wilson, Melba Moore, Roy Clark & Family, Bobby Sandler, The Baby Laurence Group

September 17, 1970-June 27, 1974. A successful variety hour hosted by Flip Wilson.
#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."                                                                                                                                                
#7608: AMERICAN WOMEN:PORTRAITS IN COURAGE
1976-05-20, ABC, 90 min.
Walter Abel, Celeste Holm, Helen Gallagher, Jamie Ross, Patricia Neal, Melba Moore, Jonelle Allen, Jacqueline Mayro, Lois Nettleton, Claudia McNeil, Catherine Glass, Joan Hackett, Hal Holden, Frank Longella, Joanna Miles,, Kate Mulgrew, George Rose

 The contributions of noted American women over the past 200 years are depicted through dramatizations and newsreel footage. Patricia Neal narrates.
  Women profiled include Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, pioneer suffragettes; Harriet Tubman, who helped free hundreds of slaves; and Margret Sanger, who established the first birth control clinic in the U.S.          
#6656: PALACE
1979-10-21, SYND, 60 min.
Jack Jones, Marty Allen, Melba Moore, Roger Miller, George Gobel, Goldfinger and Dove

Short-lived 10 episode syndicated variety one-hour series with host Jack Jones. Videotaped at Hamilton Place in Hamilton, Ontario Canada.

Jack Jones welcomes Roger Miller; Melba Moore; Marty Allen; George Gobel; and Goldfinger and Dove, a magic act.
#5040: BEATRICE ARTHUR
1980-01-19, WCBS, 52 min.
Rock Hudson, Melba Moore, Steve Martin, Wayland Flowers and Madame, Beatrice Arthur

Bea Arthur's guests for a variety program are Rock Hudson, Melba Moore, and Wayland Flowers and Madame. Sketches cast Bea as Steve Martin's "wild and crazy" mother, and as a grieving widow who confronts her husband's mistresses at his funeral. In a serious vein, Bea and Rock share bittersweet reflections as a couple celebrating their 30th anniversary. Also featured: a production number with a gospel beat.
#4889: TIM CONWAY SHOW, THE
1980-04-05, WCBS, 52 min.
Don Knotts, Tim Conway, Harvey Korman, Melba Moore, Dick Orkin, Miriam Flynn, Maggie Roswell, Jack Riley, Bert Berdis, Eric Boardman

March 22, 1980-May 17, 1980; August 30, 1980-March 7, 1981. Tim Conway's second variety show. Conway's cohorts on the show included Dick Orkin, Bert Berdis, Jack Riley, Maggie Roswell, Miriam Flynn, Eric Boardman, and Harvey Korman.
#6687: SOLID GOLD
1981-12-14, SYND, 60 min.
Melba Moore, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Wayland Flowers and Madame, Marilyn McCoo, Andy Gibb, Rod Stewart, Chilliwack, The Bellamy Brothers, Rex Smith, Wendy O'Williams and The Plasmatics

1980-1988 (SYNDICATED). A syndicated "countdown" show. The format had the week's top ten tunes either performed by their original artists or interpreted by the Solid Gold Dancers. Dionne Warwick hosted the series during the first season, joined each week by a celebrity guest host. Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo hosted for the 1981-1982 season.

Hosts: Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo.
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