Beat-Club

Season 3 Episode 1

Show 24: September 23, 1967 (From Berlin, originally in color)

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Sep 23, 1967 on ARD
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Show 24: September 23, 1967 (From Berlin, originally in color)
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From the Berlin Funkausstellung:
--Sandy Sarjeant and the Go-Go Girls dance to "Let the Good Times Roll" (Bunny Sigler record)
--Small Faces - "Green Circles"
--Alan David - "Completely Free"
--Twice as Much - "Crystal Ball" (from Beat Club #21, b&w)
--Manfred Mann - "Ha! Ha! Said The Clown"
--P.P. Arnold - "The Time Has Come"
--Cat Stevens - "Come On and Dance"
--Keith West - "Excerpt from a Teenage Opera"
--Truly Smith - "I Wanna Go Back There Again"
--Bee Gees - "To Love Somebody"
--Sandy Sarjeant and the Go-Go Girls dance to "Things Get Better" (Eddie Floyd record)
--Cat Stevens - "Bad Nights"
--Small Faces - "Itchycoo Park"
--Anita Harris - "Just Loving You"
--Manfred Mann - "So Long, Dad" (with closing credits)
Approx. 38 minutes / Aired 16:30-17:18 (4:30pm - 5:18pm) Saturday, originally in color (please see this episode's "Notes" for more info).moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Dave Lee Travis

    Dave Lee Travis

    host (1966-69, shows 9 - 45)

    Alan Price

    Alan Price

    Himself

    Gerd Augustin

    Gerd Augustin

    host (1965-66, shows 1 - 7)

    Uschi Nerke

    Uschi Nerke

    host (1965-72, shows 1 - 83)

    Dave Dee

    Dave Dee

    host (1969-70, shows 46 - 53)

    Eddie Vickers

    Eddie Vickers

    host (appeared sporadically 1966-67)

    P.P. Arnold

    P.P. Arnold

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Alan David (V)

    Alan David (V)

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Eddie Floyd

    Eddie Floyd

    Himself

    Guest Star

    The Bee Gees

    The Bee Gees

    Themselves

    Recurring Role

    Manfred Mann

    Manfred Mann

    Themselves

    Recurring Role

    The Small Faces

    The Small Faces

    Themselves

    Recurring Role

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      • This episode was originally in color. But recent repeats, and even the official DVD releases of this episode, have been in Black & White. An exception to this is a 1985 USA Network "Night Flight" broadcast of Cat Stevens' "Come On And Dance" clip, which has a tinge of color when the audience is shown.

        Another (even stranger) exception is a bootleg DVD of Small Faces' TV appearances. This compilation disc features "Green Circles" and "Itchycoo Park" from this episode in FULL COLOR.


        Peter Krause provided the following information about the Berlin 'Funkausstellung':
        "The very first color TV broadcasts in Germany were specials from the 'Funkausstellung' (Exhibition or fair of the TV- and Radio Industry) in Berlin beginning 25 August 1967. One of the specials was Beat-Club No. 24.
        "At this time only 5,800 Color-TV sets existed in West-Germany, so most people saw the broadcasts in black & white. This was the reason why most TV-Shows were produced in b/w for many months to come. The 'Funkausstellung' color broadcasts were one-time specials. In December 1969, Beat-Club switched to color on a permanent basis."

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