The Hollywood Palace

Season 2 Episode 3

Host: Maurice Chevalier

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Oct 03, 1964 on ABC
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Host: Maurice Chevalier
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--Maurice Chevalier sings "Louise," "J'attendrais" and "When You're Smiling"
--Jane Powell (dancer) - "Come Dance with Me"
--Maurice Chevalier and Jane Powell - "Some People" and "I Like the Likes of You"
--Rowan and Martin (comedy duo) - do a sketch about a heckler at Richard Burton's night club debut.
--Tim Conway (from "McHale's Navy) - does a comic lecture on military history.
--The Collins Kids (singers) - "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee," "Swanee," "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody" and "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise"
--Dave Parker (Dutch comedian, doing an imitation of Charlie Chaplin)
--The André Tahon Puppets - "The Galopade"
--The Staneks (acrobats, doing a teeterboard act)
ABC repeated this show on July 17, 1965.moreless

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    Dick Tufeld

    Dick Tufeld

    Announcer (1964-1970)

    Mike Post

    Mike Post

    Orchestra Leader (1969-1970)

    Raquel Welch

    Raquel Welch

    billboard girl (1st season)

    Bing Crosby

    Bing Crosby

    Host (1964-1970)

    Ernie Anderson

    Ernie Anderson

    Himself/Substitute Announcer (1968)

    Les Brown

    Les Brown

    Orchestra Leader (1964)

    Maurice Chevalier

    Maurice Chevalier

    Himself, host

    Guest Star

    The Collins Kids

    The Collins Kids

    Themselves

    Guest Star

    Jane Powell

    Jane Powell

    Herself

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    Tim Conway

    Tim Conway

    Himself

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    The Andre Tahon Puppets

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