The Hollywood Palace

Season 2 Episode 19

Host: David Janssen

Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Feb 06, 1965 on ABC

Episode Recap

Episode transcript:
(Note: The commercials listed are from the June 19, 1965 repeat).
--Opening credits (announcer's voiceover mentions guests and sponsors).
Commercial: Muriel Cigars (Edie Adams in different world settings showing how Muriel is world famous).
--David Janssen (host, from "The Fugitive") - opening monologue, introduces individual members of The Harlem Globtrotters and their referee.
--The Harlem Globetrotters do basketball tricks (while their theme song, "Sweet Georgia Brown," plays in the background).
--Edie Adams sings "Love" (production number with 4 male dancers), "I'm Glad There Is You" and "The Man That Got Away"
Commercial: Schlitz Beer (man is whisked away to bathelor party).
--Comedy sketch with Tim Conway as "The Warden." David Janssen interviews Conway following a prison break. Conway reveals that there are no fences and the prisoners are on the "honor system."
Commercial: Eveready Batteries ("perk your portable")
--Princess Tajana (trapeze act)
--Les Surfs (singing group from Madagascar) - "Pretty Please" (a.k.a. "If You Please")
Commercial break: Station ID break.
--Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks (comedians) - Brooks gives advice on filing income tax returns.
Commercials: (1) Mennen Baby Magic Lotion: (2) Mennen Pushbutton Deodorant
--The Zeros (husband-and-wife knife-throwing act from Hungary)
Commercial: Lady Sunbeam Electric Shaver (with built-in light)
--Vic Damone (singer) - "But Not for Me," "Fascinatin' Rhythm" and "They Can't Take That Away from Me"
Commercial: Salem cigarettes ("Turn to Salem...You'll enjoy that Spring-Time taste")
The Globetrotters Vs. The Hollywood Palace Dribblers.
Edie Adams introduces the Hollywood Palace dribblers: Tim Conway, Vic Damone, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks and David Janssen. Hollywood Palace announcer Dick Dufeld announces the game.
--While the basketball game continues, David Janssen walks to the front of the stage to make his closing comments, followed by Hollywood Palace theme, sponsors and next week's guests mentioned. During the closing credits, the Globetrotters and HP Dribblers continue to play basketball.