The Hollywood Palace

Host: Bing Crosby / Sweetwater

Season 7, Ep 1, Aired 10/11/69
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  • Episode Description
  • Host: Bing Crosby --Bing Crosby sings about Hollywood Palace's new season --Gwen Verdon (sings and dances) - song about a new dance, the "…Psychedelic Stomp" (very long title, abbreviated). Western bar set with male dancers) --Sweetwater (rock group) - "Motherless Child" --Dick Shawn (stand-up comedian) --Bobbie Gentry - "You've Made Me So Very Happy" --Bobby Gentry and Bing Crosby - "Put A Little Love in Your Heart" duet --The Rodriguez Brothers (high wire act) --Engelbert Humperdinck - "I Could Have Danced All Night" (with dancers) & "I'm A Better Man" --Medley of Beatles' songs: "Yellow Submarine" (Crosby & Humperdinck); "Can't Buy Me Love" (Verdon, Crosby, Humperdinck); "Fool on the Hill" (Gentry); "Yesterday" (Humperdinck); "With A Little Help from My Friends" (Dick Shaun, Gentry & Verdon); "And I Love Her" (Crosby); and "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" (Bing, Engelbert & cast) --Bing Crosby sings "Love's Been Good to Me" (correct song title?) --Throughout the show there are cameos by these upcoming hosts: Sammy Davis Jr., Eydie Gorme & Steve Lawrence; Roy Rogers & Dale Evans; Flip Wilson; Tom Jones (These clips were probably taped at a different time and later edited into the show.)moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dick Tufeld

    Announcer (1964-1970)

  • Mike Post

    Orchestra Leader (1969-1970)

  • Raquel Welch

    billboard girl (1st season)

  • Bing Crosby

    Host (1964-1970)

  • Ernie Anderson

    Himself/Substitute Announcer (1968)

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    • Here's a review: "Hollywood Palace has long impressed as a slickly produced vaudeo, and the preem of the seventh season was no exception. Bing Crosby teed off the 69-70 term, as he has the six previous. This time, Crosby's bit included clips from his previous intros and Der Bingle performed an original song about the Palace and its guest celebs through the years. The song was hardly chart material but served its purpose of setting the proper motif for the new season. . . . Also on hand was Engelbert Humperdinck, whose presence accentuated the star caliber of the guest line-up. All hands joined in a medley of Beatle hits, which among other things demonstrated that the Liverpool four have assembled a first-class repertoire of ‘unhard rock' music. . . . Crosby closed the proceedings with a sentimental number." (‘Variety' 15th October 1969) from Malcolm Macfarlane, Editor, BING magazine

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