The Hollywood Palace

Season 2 Episode 14

Host: Van Johnson / Betty Grable

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Dec 26, 1964 on ABC
9.1
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Host: Van Johnson / Betty Grable
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Host: Van Johnson
--Van Johnson - "I'm a Ham," "Let Me Entertain You," "I Want to be Happy" and "Lot of Livin' to Do"
--Betty Grable - "Please, Mr. Brown"
--Jackie Mason (comedian)
--Sergio Franchi (tenor) - "In the Still of the Night" and "Al Di La"
--Johnson, Grable and Franchi - "You Gotta Give the People Hoke"
--Paul Gilbert (comedian)
--The Bal Caron Trio (dancers)
--The Zeros (knife-throwing act)
--The Jambaz (balancing act)
--Mimi Zerbini (trapeze artist from France)moreless

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  • My Favorite Hollywood Palace Episode!

    9.5
    What a treat to see Van Johnson, & Betty Grable perform again! The inclusion of new Italian Tenor, Sergio Franchi was inspired! His laid-back and fantastic interpretation of "In the Still of the Night" brought bravados from the audience and an Awe-struck impression on me! One of my most memorable performances on TV. The audience was lucky enough to see this tenor also perform his hit "Al Di La.!" Wow! Van, Betty, and Sergio did great vaudeville presentation in :Hoke."moreless
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)

Van Johnson

Van Johnson

Himself, host

Guest Star

Betty Grable

Betty Grable

Herself

Guest Star

Paul Gilbert

Paul Gilbert

Himself

Guest Star

Jackie Mason

Jackie Mason

Himself

Recurring Role

Sergio Franchi

Sergio Franchi

Himself

Recurring Role

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