The Hollywood Palace

Season 4 Episode 27

Hosts: Cyd Charisse & Tony Martin / Buffalo Springfield

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Apr 08, 1967 on ABC
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Hosts: Cyd Charisse & Tony Martin / Buffalo Springfield
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--Cyd Charisse & Tony Martin (co-hosts) - "Walking Happy" and "The Honeymoon Is Over"
--Cyd Charrise - production number in which Cyd plays an Asian woman in love with a soldier (music: "Mack the Knife")
--Tony Martin - "And We Were Lovers" & "Born Free"
--Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth" (30-second excerpt) & "Mr. Soul"
--Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner (comedians) - comedy monologue: Reporter (Reiner) interviews an advertising executive (Brooks).
--Danny Sailor (Canadian lumberjack - high-pole acrobat) - balances on top of 80 foot pole outside of theater
--The Kim Sisters (3 sisters from Korea) - the trio sings "Goin' Out of My Head" and "Caramba," then plays "La Bamba" and "The Peanut Vendor" on the xylophone.
--Jackie Clark (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about his family, etc.
--Milo and Roger (comic magicians / illusionists)moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    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)

    Buffalo Springfield

    Buffalo Springfield

    Themselves

    Guest Star

    Jackie Clark

    Jackie Clark

    Guest

    Guest Star

    The Kim Sisters

    The Kim Sisters

    Themselves

    Guest Star

    Cyd Charisse

    Cyd Charisse

    Herself, co-host

    Recurring Role

    Tony Martin

    Tony Martin

    Himself, co-host

    Recurring Role

    Mel Brooks

    Mel Brooks

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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