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The Hollywood Palace

Season 2 Episode 21

Host: Bette Davis / Bert Lahr

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Feb 20, 1965 on ABC
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Host: Bette Davis / Bert Lahr
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Host: Bette Davis
--Bette Davis sings "To Be Single" (an answer to Richard Burton's recording "A Married Man")
--Bette Davis and Bert Lahr appear in "Jealousy," a comedy sketch from the 1952 Broadway musical revue "Two's Company" (in which Bette appeared on Broadway). Lahr plays a paranoid husband who's trying to get his dowdy wife to admit that she's having an affair.
--Barrie Chase (dancer) - "The Girl from Ipanema"
--Julius La Rosa (singer) - "Out of This World" and "People"
--Jan Murray (comedian, does a monologue about his daughter's first date)
--Les Cinci (a Parisian couple who parody apache-style dancers)
--Rob Murray (comic juggler from Australia)
--The Nerveless Nocks (three Swiss men and a girl who perform atop 100-foot sway-poles)
ABC repeated this show on July 3, 1965.moreless

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