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BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 2 DVD 1976 NBC SPECIAL..vg picture, 120 minutes with Bing Crosby & Liza Minelli as they share a retrospective of the many Bell shows from the 1960s-70s. Live performances by Roy Clark, Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Joel Grey, Ben Vereen, Marvin Hamlisch.THE BELL TELEPHONE JUBILEE: TONIGHT WITH BING AND LIZA ,march 1976, Starring:,Liza Minnelli,Bing Crosby,Joel Grey, Ben Vereen,Marvin Hamlisch,A calvacade of past stars featured on The Bell Telephone Hour ,This very rare Television Special ,features duets from Bing Crosby and Liza Minnelli ,The Way We Were / Yesterday ,Well Did You Eva? ,Cabaret Medley by Joel Grey and Liza Minnelli ,Wilkommen ,Money Money ,Cabaret ,Winter Garden Concert Intro by Marvin Hamlish and Liza: ,If You Could Read My Mind / Come Back To Me ,Gospel Medley with Ben Vereen, Joel Grey, Liza Minnelli, ,And The Martha Graham Dance Company ,Jesus Christ Superstar ,Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show ,Day By Day ,Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord ,I Don’t Know How To Love Him ,There’s A New World Coming ,Jesus Christ Superstar ,Jesus Children Of America
COLE PORTER 1 DVD AN ALL-STAR TRIBUTE FROM THE BELL TELEPHONE HOUR TELECAST 1/28/64... Hosted by Ethel Merman and featuring Peter Nero, John Raitt, Martha Wright, Gretchen Wyler and Jillana + The Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra... with chapter selection and bonus segments... 86 minutes... 1. Opening credits; 2. Ethel Merman & Chorus - Medley: Another Openin', Another Show / De-Lovely / Anything Goes / From This Moment On / Ridin' High / We Open In Venice / Reprises; 3. Peter Nero - Night And Day; 4. John Raitt & Martha Wright - Medley II: I Love You / Why Can't You Behave? / So In Love / In The Still Of The Night / Were Thine That Special Face / Get Out Of Town / You're Everything I Love; 5. Gretchen Wyler & Chorus - Don't Fence Me In / Hey, Good Lookin'; 6. Merman & Chorus - Medley III: I Get A Kick Out Of You / Easy To Love / You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To / What Is This Thing Called Love? / Do I Love You? / You Do Something To Me / I Get A Kick Out Of You (reprise); 7. Nero - Medley IV: Just One Of Those Things / Love For Sale / True Love / Every Time We Say Goodbye / Just One Of Those Things (reprise) / It's All Right With Me; 8. Jillana - Begin The Beguine; 9. Merman, Raitt, Wyler, Wright, Chorus, Nero - Medley V: Blow, Gabriel, Blow / I Concentrate On You / You Irritate Me So / All Through The Night / Bulldog Song / Down In The Depths / C'est Magnifique / Well, Did You Evah / You've Got That Thing / At Long Last, Love / Be A Clown / Let's Do It / I Love Paris / Stereophonic Sound / I've Got You Under My Skin / Let's Be Buddies / Come To The Supermarket In Old Peking / Why Shouldn't I / Where, Oh Where / Friendship / All Of You / Hey, Baby, Hey / My Heart Belongs To Daddy / You're The Top; 10. Closing remarks and credits; BONUS SEGMENTS: Ethel Merman on The Bell Telephone Hour, Telecast of 1/29/60 (televised performances)... 1. Alexander's Ragtime Band (Berlin); 2. Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie, Casey, Pinkard); 3. When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (Austin, McHugh, Mills); 4. After You've Gone (Creamer, Layton); 5. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Creamer, Layton); 6. I Got Rhythm (Gershwin); Alternate Takes of Ragtime Medley: 7 - 11. Take 1: Alexander's Ragtime Band; Sweet Georgia Brown; When My Sugar Walks Down The Street; After You've Gone; Way Down Yonder In New Orleans; 12. Take 2: Alexander's Ragtime Band (aborted); 13 - 14. Take 3: Alexander's Ragtime Band; Sweet Georgia Brown (aborted); 15. Take 4: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans; 16. Take 4a: When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (partial); 17. Take 4b: When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (partial); 18. Take 4c: When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (partial); 19 - 20. Take 4d: When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (partial); After You've Gone; 21. Take 5: After You've Gone (partial).
BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 1 DVD THE LYRICS OF ALAN JAY LERNER NBC-TV 2/27/66 - Hosted by Cyril Ritchard, with performances by Florence Henderson, Barbara Harris, Stanley Holloway, John Cullum, Patricia McBride and Edward Villella. Songs include; "On A Clear Day…", "The Heather On The Hill", "Wait ‘Till We’re Sixty-Five", "Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?", "Camelot", "Why Can’t A Woman Be More Like A Man?", "How Could You Believe Me?", "I Remember It Well", "Without You", "Gigi", "I’m Getting Married In The Morning", "Hurry, It’s Lovely Up Here", "Melinda", "On The S.S. Bernard Cohn", "What Did I have That I Don’t Have?", "I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face", "It’s Almost Like Being In Love", "Bonnie Jean", "Waltz At Maxim’s (She Is Not Thinking Of Me)", "I Could Have Danced All Night", "On The Street Where You Live", and "Come Back To Me". In color. 54 minutes with commercials edited out.
BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 1 DVD "The Song And Dance Man" 1/16/66 ~ NBC-TV Hosted by Donald O'Connor with performances by Anthony Newley, Shani Wallis, Janet Blair, Nancy Dussault and The Nicholas Brothers. Highlights of this program which salutes Vaudeville's song and dance man include the following: Anthony Newley and Donald O'Connor perform a Vaudeville song ("Mention My Name In Sheboygan"); Newley describes and O'Connor demonstrates different styles of dance, including clog dance, buck and wing, tap dance, soft shoe, and sand dance; O'Connor and the Nicholas Brothers perform a challenge dance; Newley and Shani Wallis recreate an English music hall routine, including songs "Goodbye Little Yellow Bird," "I Live In Trafalgar Square," and "You Can Do a Lot of Things by the Seaside"; in tribute to Leslie Stuart's creation of the chorus girl in the Floradora sextet, Newley, O'Connor and chorus sing "Tell Me Pretty Maiden"; Janet Blair sings and dances to "Moonlight Bay," "Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow-Wow," and "Charley, My Boy"; O'Connor, Newley, Wallis, and Nancy Dussault perform "Always Leave Them Laughing When You Say Good-Bye," "The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady," "When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam'," "Remember," "Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday on Saturday Night," and "Give My Regards to Broadway"; and O'Connor and Newley perform a medley of songs including "For Me and My Gal," "Gonna Build a Mountain," "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries," "Make 'Em Laugh," "The Joker Is Me," and "What Kind of Fool Am I?". In color. 1 hour, includes commercials for Bell Telephone. A-
BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 1 DVD BARBARA COOK Appearances 1960-1965 Barbara Cook, one of the great Broadway voices of the 20th century, was fortuitously recorded for television's Bell Telephone Hour in 1960-65, just a few years after her Candide and The Music Man.
BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 1 DVD Tribute to Harold Arlen 12/5/63 with Dinah Shore, Duke Ellington, Leslie Uggams
BELL TELEPHONE JUBILEE 1 DVD 3/16/76 BING CROSBY TV SPECIAL LIZA MINELLI, celebrating 100th anniversary - roy clark, eydie gorme, joel grey, marvin hamlisch, steve lawrence, ben vereen and others 75 MINUTES, EXCELLENT PICTURE
Dames At Sea
11/15/71 ~ Pro Shot for TV.
Bell Telephone Hour production starring Ann Margaret, Anne Meara, Ann Miller, Fred Gwynne, Dick Shawn. Includes original commercials. Good tape, some generational loss. B+
FOUR OF US 1 DVD WITH Ethel Merman, Ray Bolger (scarecrow from wizard of oz) , benny goodman, beatrice lilly, TV Special Bell Telephone Hour - 1/29/60, 60 minutes
THE MIKADO 1 DVD - BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 4/29/60 GROUCHO MARX - blk and white - excellent picture - 52 minutes , For the legendary comic actor Groucho Marx, playing the role of Ko-Ko in The Mikado "fulfilled a lifelong ambition." The Mikado was Groucho's favorite among the works of his beloved Gilbert and Sullivan, and the 1960 Bell Telephone Hour production was adapted for television and directed by Martyn Green, a man Groucho revered as an authority on interpreting the role of Ko-Ko. The strong supporting cast features distinguished veterans like Helen Traubel, Stanley Holloway, Robert Rounseville, and Dennis King, as well as young artists like the lovely soprano Barbara Meister as Yum-Yum and Groucho's 13-year-old daughter, Melinda, as Peep-Bo.