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The Hollywood Palace
Picture 808 crop.pngOpening logo from Don Rickles/ Phyllis Diller episode
GenreVariety
Directed byGrey Lockwood
Narrated byDick Tufeld
Ernie Anderson
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes192
Production
Executive producer(s)Nick Vanoff
Producer(s)William O. Harbach
Location(s)Hollywood Playhouse near Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood
Running time45–48 minutes
Production company(s)ABC
DistributorCBS Television Distribution / ABC
Release
Original networkABC
Picture formatBlack-and-white (1964–1965)
Color
(1965–1970)
Audio formatMonaural
Original releaseJanuary 4, 1964 (1964-01-04) – February 7, 1970 (1970-02-07)

The Hollywood Palace was an hour-long American television variety show that was broadcast weekly (generally on Saturday nights) on ABC from January 4, 1964, to February 7, 1970.[1] Originally titled The Saturday Night Hollywood Palace, it began as a midseason replacement for The Jerry Lewis Show, another variety show, which had lasted only three months. It was staged in Hollywood at the former Hollywood Playhouse (where Lewis' series had originated, temporarily renamed "The Jerry Lewis Theater" from September through December 1963) on Vine Street, which was renamed the Hollywood Palace during the show's duration and is today known as Avalon Hollywood. A little-known starlet named Raquel Welch was cast during the first season as the "Billboard Girl", who placed the names of the acts on a placard (similar to that of a vaudeville house).[2]

Contents

  • 1 Overview
  • 2 Compilation show
  • 3 Awards
  • 4 Full list of guest stars
    • 4.1 1964
    • 4.2 1965
    • 4.3 1966
    • 4.4 1967
    • 4.5 1968
    • 4.6 1969
    • 4.7 1970
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Overview

Unlike similar programs such as The Ed Sullivan Show, the series used a different host each week. Among the performers and hosts on the show were Bing Crosby (who made the first and the most appearances as guest host: 31 in all, including his family on several of the annual Christmas shows), Dean Martin, Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Milton Berle, Sammy Davis Jr., Sid Caesar, Peter Lawford, The Rolling Stones, Groucho Marx, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Tony Bennett, Judy Garland, Jimmy Durante, The Supremes, Ginger Rogers, The Temptations, Dusty Springfield, Phyllis Diller, Elizabeth Montgomery, and many others. (Martin's hosting was a bit ironic, given that the slot had been vacated by his ex-partner Jerry Lewis. Martin himself alluded to this in the March 7, 1964, episode, thanking Jerry for "building me this theater". He enjoyed the gig enough to subsequently agree to star in his own variety series, The Dean Martin Show, which premiered on NBC in the fall of 1965 and ran for nine years.)

Les Brown and his Orchestra served as house band for the first season, with Mitchell Ayres and his Orchestra taking over for the remainder of the run. The off-screen announcer for each program was Dick Tufeld. Grey Lockwood served as director for the show's entire run.

The opening set framing the host established a unique show opening with Jim Trittipo's stage set. After the opening, the set transformed into a second set, with set pieces either splitting apart or turning around, and additional flying set pieces dropping in or flying out on camera, as well as scenic theatrical magic act transforming before the camera while each new act was introduced. This novelty was established as The Hollywood Palace's specialty. This opening transition broke the normal scheduled commercial time-slot breaks, with the commercial break occurring far into the show's first 15-minute segment.

A number of popular music performers got their start on the show; among them were The Rolling Stones, who made their first US television appearance on the episode aired June 6, 1964, and The Jackson 5 made their first national television appearance on the October 18, 1969 episode. The folk-rock group We Five performed their hit "You Were on My Mind" within a few weeks of its release in 1965. During their 1964 appearance, the Rolling Stones were repeatedly ridiculed, before and after their performance of Muddy Waters' "I Just Want To Make Love To You", by host Dean Martin. At the time, they were relatively unknown in the United States and a second song recorded in the same session, Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away", was not shown until the second episode of the second season, hosted by Ed Wynn, that aired on September 26, 1964. The February 25, 1967, edition featured the American television debut of the Beatles' music videos for "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields Forever", introduced by guest host Van Johnson.

The show, as well as all the ABC's Talmadge Main Lot programming, was televised in black and white until September 1965, when color telecasts were begun. The facility was the first color studio renovated by ABC Television on the West Coast, converted during The Hollywood Palace's summer hiatus. Sharing the studio, scheduling Sunday through Wednesday, The Lawrence Welk Show was moved to Vine Street to broadcast in color at the band leader's request, but the Welk Orchestra's size of players-members were forced to be reduced to fit on the stage. Given the orchestra plan, Welk drew a pencil line on the right side of the plan, announcing, "lose them!".

The adjacent parking lot became an outdoor staging area for high-wire and trapeze performers, circus animal acts with elephants, lions, tigers, chimps, and performer acts that could not be booked on The Ed Sullivan Show. The producers could schedule Las Vegas and Reno casino performers, comedians, musicians, specialty acts by flying performers into Los Angeles via Burbank Airport for appearances on The Hollywood Palace. Exposure of the Knickerbocker Hotel's electric sign atop the rear building, behind the Palace Theater, was a unique advertisement shown in every parking lot act.

Like The Ed Sullivan Show on CBS, all of the episodes of The Hollywood Palace (save its final episode in 1970) were taped before a live audience; however, a laugh and applause track was also used for "sweetening" purposes. During the 1967 season, studies were made to convert the stage, which would have a swimming pool beneath a sliding stage floor which would cover the pool, with a third ice rink floor that could slide atop the stage floor. Storing these sliding floors required owning the property behind the theater building. The Knickerbocker Hotel was directly behind the building, but ABC could not purchase the hotel property from the Methodist Church, which had converted the hotel into a residential retirement facility. Moving the show to a Culver City sound stage was considered, but scuttled because of the expense. Vanoff later used this format concept for the 1980 NBC variety series The Big Show, using a sound stage on the Sunset Gower Studios lot, which included a three-ring stage, ice rink, and a swimming pool for aquatic staging, as well as an audience area.

For most of its run on television, with a lead-in of The Lawrence Welk Show at 8:30 pm, at 9:30, The Hollywood Palace enjoyed consistently respectable ratings, although it never made the list of top 30 programs. By the start of the 1969-1970 season (its seventh year), the ratings had slipped and ABC canceled the series in February 1970. Bing Crosby hosted the final episode, sans audience, which consisted of clips from previous shows.[3]

Compilation show

On December 16, 2004, a television special titled Christmas at the Hollywood Palace was broadcast. It included performances by Crosby and 15 clips from past Christmas shows of the series. It also included interviews with Bing's wife Kathryn Crosby, Bing's children Harry and Mary Crosby, and Hollywood Palace producer Bill Harbach.[4]

Awards

The Hollywood Palace won one Emmy out of eight nominations, for James Trittipo for art direction in 1966. That same year, the series earned nominations for variety series, arranging (Joe Lipman), costume design (Ed Smith), and conducting (Mitchell Ayres). Ayres received another Emmy nomination for his work on the series in 1968, when two more nominations for the series went to Nick V. Giordano and Herb Weiss, both for individual achievement in electronic production.[5]

1964

  • Bing Crosby (guest host, episode 1, January 4, 1964)
  • Les Salvadori (Italian clown troupe)
  • André Tahon and Company (puppeteers)
  • Mickey Rooney and Bobby Van
  • The Hardy Family (acrobats)
  • John Scott Trotter
  • Gary Crosby
  • Silvan
  • Nancy Wilson
  • Bob Newhart
  • Larri Thomas (DJ the billboard girl) with Robert Cummings (next week's guest host)
  • The Young Americans
  • Robert Cummings (guest host, episode 2, January 11, 1964)
  • Rosemary Clooney
  • Dave King
  • Anthony Newley
  • Patachou
  • Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks
  • Les Carsonys balancers
  • Paul Sydell and Suzy the dog
  • The Volantes novelty act
  • Larri Thomas (billboard girl)
  • Hugh O'Brian (guest host, episode 3, January 18, 1964)
  • Ginger Rogers
  • Johnny Mathis
  • Marty Ingels
  • Joanie Sommers
  • Les Charlivels acrobats
  • Bertha the dancing elephant
  • Johnny Puleo
  • The André Tahon Puppets
  • Larri Thomas (billboard girl)
  • Ernest Borgnine (guest host, episode 4, January 25, 1964)
  • Carl Ballantine and Joe Flynn
  • Tony Bennett
  • Eleanor Powell
  • Miriam Makeba
  • The Levee Singers
  • Vikki Carr
  • Davis and Reese (Pepper Davis and Tony Reese)
  • Norbu gorilla act
  • Larri Thomas (billboard girl)
  • Donald O'Connor (guest host, episode 5, February 1, 1964)
  • Mary Costa
  • Buddy Greco
  • Don Knotts
  • Francis Brunn
  • Colvin and Wilder (Jack Colvin and Yvonne Wilder)
  • Pompoff Thedy clown family
  • The Louis DaPron Dancers
  • The Wellingtons
  • Larri Thomas (billboard girl)
  • Gig Young (guest host)
  • Michael Bentine
  • Dorothy Collins
  • Buddy Hackett
  • The Mills Brothers
  • Yma Sumac
  • Dale Robertson (guest host)
  • Red Buttons
  • Vic Damone
  • The Smothers Brothers
  • Jane Morgan
  • Gene Kelly (guest host)
  • Bill Dana
  • Phil Ford and Mimi Hines
  • Joey Heatherton
  • Della Reese
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
    (guest hosts)
  • The Flying Wallendas
  • Sons of the Pioneers
  • Kate Smith
  • Dean Martin (guest host, episode 10, March 7, 1964)
  • The Berosini Chimps
  • Rola and Rolan (balancing act)
  • Jackie Mason
  • Barrie Chase
  • Ludwig Stossel
  • Vikki Carr
  • Leonard Barr
  • Piccola Pupa (12-year-old Italian singer)
  • Raquel Welch (Raquel the billboard girl) with Groucho Marx (next week's guest host)
  • Groucho Marx (guest host, episode 11, March 14, 1964)
  • Bertha the elephant
  • Jennie Smith (singer)
  • Lee Allen (roller-skate-dancing comedian)
  • André Tahon (puppeteer)
  • Dee Hartford
  • José Greco
  • Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie
  • Gilbert Bécaud
  • Raquel Welch (Raquel the billboard girl) announces that next week's guest host will be Nat King Cole
  • Nat King Cole (guest host, episode 12, March 21, 1964)
  • The Amin Brothers (Egyptian acrobatic balancing act)
  • Allen and Rossi (Marty Allen and Steve Rossi)
  • The Merry Young Souls (singing group)
  • The Brunos (outdoor balancing act)
  • Diahann Carroll
  • Ken Murray
  • Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney
  • Raquel Welch (the billboard girl) with George Burns (next week's guest host)
  • George Burns (guest host)
  • Sergio Franchi
  • The Lennon Sisters
  • Patti Page
  • Cyd Charisse and Tony Martin
    (guest hosts)
  • The Collins Kids
  • Mahalia Jackson
  • Ferrante and Teicher
  • Fran Jeffries
  • Jack E. Leonard
  • Rich Little
  • Jerry Van Dyke
  • Jimmy Durante (guest host)
  • Jack Carter
  • Liberace (guest host)
  • Rowan and Martin
  • Eddie Albert
  • Charlie Callas
  • Chad and Jeremy
  • The Four Step Brothers
  • Louis Jourdan (guest host)
  • Anna Maria Alberghetti
  • The King Sisters
  • John Bubbles
  • Henny Youngman
  • Betty Hutton
  • Carole Cook
  • John Gary
  • Paul Lynde
  • Trini Lopez
  • George Gobel
  • Victor Borge (guest host)
  • Louie Bellson
  • Dennis Day
  • Philly Joe Jones
  • Shelly Manne
  • Caterina Valente
  • Phil Harris (guest host)
  • Louis Armstrong
  • Pete Barbutti
  • Peter Gennaro
  • Louis Nye
  • Gene Barry (guest host)
  • Buster Keaton
  • Wayne Newton
  • Juliet Prowse
  • Barbara Rush
  • Gloria Swanson
  • The Rolling Stones
  • Joey Forman
  • Stan Getz
  • Astrud Gilberto
  • Ed Wynn (guest host)
  • Eydie Gormé
  • Zizi Jeanmaire
  • The Nicholas Brothers
  • Maurice Chevalier (guest host)
  • Tim Conway
  • Jane Powell
  • Shecky Greene
  • Morgana King
  • Dorothy Provine
  • Dan Dailey
  • Harry James
  • Buddy Ebsen (guest host)
  • Willie Mays
  • Shani Wallis
  • Ben Blue
  • Bette Davis
  • Olivia de Havilland
  • Arthur Godfrey (guest host)
  • Alice Faye
  • Pat Morita
  • Shelley Berman
  • Dino, Desi and Billy
  • Ted Lewis
  • The McGuire Sisters
  • Burl Ives (guest host, episode 36, December 12, 1964)
  • Ann Miller
  • Rih Aruso (acrobatic bicyclist)
  • Pat Henry
  • The Barrington Sisters (foot jugglers)
  • Anna Moffo
  • Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy with Candice Bergen
  • Betty Grable (guest host)
  • Charley Weaver
  • Norm Crosby
  • Vienna Boys' Choir
  • Van Johnson (guest host)
  • Paul Gilbert

1965

  • Liberace (guest host [3rd time], episode 39, January 9, 1965)
  • Edward G. Robinson
  • Shani Wallis
  • Rowan and Martin (Dan Rowan and Dick Martin)
  • Bertha and Tina elephants
  • Gene Baylos
  • Page and Bray (Page and Bray French, dancers)
  • The Getschys cycling family
  • Bing Crosby (guest host)
  • Gene Barry
  • George Burns (guest host)
  • Cyd Charisse and Tony Martin (guest hosts)
  • Jacques d'Amboise
  • Buddy Ebsen
  • Beverly Garland
  • Phil Harris
  • The King Sisters
  • Groucho Marx (guest host)
  • Frank McHugh
  • Debbie Reynolds
  • Ed Wynn
  • Ben Blue
  • Jack Carter
  • Trini Lopez
  • Shaike Ophir
  • Mort Sahl
  • Kate Smith (guest host)
  • Kay Starr
  • David Janssen (guest host, episode 39, January 9, 1965)
  • The Harlem Globetrotters
  • Edie Adams
  • Tim Conway
  • Princess Tajana (Indian trapeze artist)
  • Les Surfs
  • Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks
  • The Zeros (husband-wife knife-throwing act)
  • Vic Damone
  • Bette Davis (guest host)
  • Eydie Gormé
  • Rich Little
  • Wayne Newton
  • Connie Stevens
  • Barrie Chase
  • Bert Lahr
  • Julius LaRosa
  • Jan Murray
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
    (guest hosts)
  • Shelley Berman
  • Jan and Dean
  • Billy De Wolfe
  • The Nicholas Brothers
  • Eddie Fisher (guest host)
  • Victor Borge (guest host)
  • Rosemary Clooney
  • Robert Goulet (guest host)
  • Bill Cosby
  • Bill Dana
  • Carol Lawrence
  • Tony Randall (guest host)
  • Vikki Carr
  • Nelson Eddy
  • Pat Morita
  • The Supremes
  • Allan Sherman
  • Dale Robertson (guest host)
  • George Gobel
  • Lisa Kirk
  • Barbara McNair
  • Vic Damone
  • Margaret Dumont
  • Gordon and Sheila MacRae
  • Miriam Makeba
  • Melinda Marx
  • Pat Boone (guest host)
  • Dorothy Collins
  • Jack E. Leonard
  • Liliane Montevecchi
  • Louis Armstrong (guest host)
  • Diahann Carroll
  • Jimmy Durante
  • Steve Lawrence (guest host)
  • Mickey Rooney
  • Bobby Van
  • Jack Jones
  • Mary Costa
  • The Young Americans
  • Tennessee Ernie Ford (guest host)
  • Ann Miller
  • Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber
  • Fred Astaire (guest host)
  • Margot Fonteyn
  • Rudolf Nureyev
  • Paul Lynde
  • Jackie Mason
  • We Five
  • Joan Crawford (guest host)
  • Marty Allen and Steve Rossi
  • Joanie Sommers
  • Godfrey Cambridge
  • Frank Sinatra (guest host)
  • Count Basie
  • Shecky Greene
  • Peter Gennaro
  • Milton Berle (guest host)
  • Sonny & Cher
  • Abbe Lane
  • Ray Bolger (guest host, episode 66, November 6, 1965)
  • Kay Starr
  • Lionel Hampton
  • Jim Bradley (child drummer)
  • Rich Little
  • Norm Crosby
  • Michel De La Vega (escape artist)
  • The Amandis (teeterboard performers)
  • Judy Garland (guest host)
  • Chita Rivera
  • Kessler Twins
  • John W. Bubbles
  • Janet Leigh (guest host)
  • Larry Storch
  • Ken Berry
  • Andy Russell
  • Forrest Tucker
  • Milton Frome
  • Joey Heatherton
  • The McGuire Sisters
  • Cesar Romero
  • Johnny Puleo
  • Caterina Valente (guest host)
  • Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
  • John Banner
  • Bob Crane
  • Robert Clary
  • Richard Dawson
  • Ivan Dixon
  • Larry Hovis
  • Werner Klemperer
  • Fred Waring

1966

  • Bing Crosby (guest host [8th time], episode 73, January 1, 1966)
  • Danny Thomas and Bob Newhart
  • Sonny & Cher
  • Ben Blue
  • David Nelson with The Flying Artons (trapeze act)
  • Marilyn Maye
  • Donna Butterworth
  • Kate Smith (guest host)
  • Charles Aznavour
  • Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber
  • Juliet Prowse
  • Phil Harris (guest host)
  • Alice Faye
  • Tim Conway
  • Sergio Franchi
  • Fred Astaire (guest host)
  • Barrie Chase
  • Petula Clark
  • Mickey Rooney
  • Bobby Van
  • Arthur Godfrey (guest host)
  • Sid Caesar
  • The Mamas & the Papas
  • Abbe Lane
  • Vince Edwards (guest host, episode 78, February 5, 1966)
  • The Rogge Sisters (balancing act)
  • Joan Rivers
  • Liliane Montevecchi
  • Miss Elizabeth (trapeze performer)
  • Liza Minnelli
  • Bertha and Tina with trainer C. J. Madison and assistant Stephanie Loren
  • Bette Davis
  • Donald O'Connor (guest host)
  • Paul Anka
  • Shecky Greene
  • Edward G. Robinson
  • Jane Morgan
  • Roger Williams
  • Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy
  • Rosemary Clooney
  • Gary Crosby
  • Liberace (guest host)
  • John Davidson
  • Marni Nixon
  • Channing Pollock
  • Milton Berle (guest host)
  • Martha Raye (guest host)
  • Adam West (guest host)
  • Sandler and Young
  • Henny Youngman
  • Jack Jones
  • Marcel Marceau
  • Ethel Merman
  • Pat Morita
  • Robert Goulet (guest host)
  • The Muppets
  • Jan Murray
  • Chita Rivera
  • Nancy Sinatra
  • Nanette Fabray
  • David Frost
  • Tammy Grimes
  • Jackie Mason
  • Marty Allen and Steve Rossi
  • George Carlin
  • Ann Miller
  • Chad and Jeremy
  • Barry Sadler
  • Gene Barry (guest host)
  • Wally Cox
  • Don Drysdale
  • Sandy Koufax
  • The McGuire Sisters
  • Cyd Charisse and Tony Martin (guest hosts)
  • Vikki Carr
  • Norm Crosby
  • Rowan and Martin
  • Cesar Romero
  • Victor Borge (guest host)
  • Irwin Corey
  • Peter Gennaro
  • Jane Powell
  • Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
  • Louis Nye
  • Helen O'Connell
  • Judy Garland (guest host)
  • Jack Carter
  • Van Johnson
  • Johnny Rivers
  • Shelley Berman
  • The King Sisters
  • Johnny Mercer
  • Leslie Uggams
  • George Burns (guest host)
  • Lola Falana
  • Phil Silvers (guest host)
  • Polly Bergen
  • Mel Brooks
  • Carl Reiner
  • The Lovin' Spoonful
  • Elizabeth Montgomery (guest host)
  • Vic Damone
  • Paul Lynde
  • Morgana King
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
  • Ray Charles
  • Joey Heatherton
  • Herman's Hermits
  • Phyllis Diller (guest host)
  • Gilbert Bécaud
  • The Supremes
  • Dale Robertson (guest host)
  • Hendra & Ullett
  • The Geezinslaw Brothers
  • George Jessel
  • Peter Nero
  • The Standells
  • Bill Dana
  • Dorothy Lamour
  • Jean-Pierre Aumont
  • Marisa Pavan
  • Vince Edwards (guest host [2nd time], episode 101, November 19, 1966)
  • Juliet Prowse
  • Peter Nero
  • Rowan and Martin (Dan Rowan and Dick Martin)
  • Norm Crosby
  • The Standells
  • The Ghezzi Brothers (acrobats)
  • Otto and Anna (balancing act)
  • Bing Crosby (guest host [13th time], episode 102, November 26, 1966)
  • Dorothy Lamour
  • Sid Caesar
  • Bill Dana as Jose Jimenez
  • Vikki Carr
  • Liliane Montevecchi
  • Tagora (fire eater)
  • The Gimma Brothers (tumbling act)
  • Jimmy Durante (guest host)
  • Peter Lawford
  • Mrs. Miller
  • The Turtles
  • Eddie Fisher (guest host)
  • Joey Forman
  • Kessler Twins
  • Agnes Moorehead
  • The Young Americans
  • Kathryn Grant
  • Harry Crosby
  • Mary Crosby
  • Nathaniel Crosby
  • Dorothy Collins
  • Skitch Henderson
  • The Mills Brothers
  • Johnny Puleo
  • Kirk Kirkham

1967

  • Ray Bolger (guest host)
  • Diahann Carroll
  • The King Sisters
  • Paul Revere & the Raiders
  • Audrey Meadows
  • Bing Crosby (guest host)
  • Edie Adams
  • Tim Conway
  • Everett Dirksen
  • Jimmy Durante (guest host)
  • Donald O'Connor (guest host)
  • Sid Caesar (guest host)
  • Don Ho
  • Russ Lewis
  • Shari Lewis
  • Ted Lewis
  • Jack Benny (guest host)
  • Petula Clark (guest host)
  • Johnny Mathis
  • Ernie Terrell and the Heavyweights
  • Sammy Davis Jr. (guest host)
  • Liberace
  • Mickey Rooney
  • Kaye Stevens
  • Bing Crosby (guest host [14th time], episode 113, February 18, 1967)
  • The Medini Brothers (acrobats)
  • Dom DeLuise
  • Alice Faye and Phil Harris
  • Ella Fitzgerald
  • The Nitwits (musical comedy act)
  • Van Johnson (guest host)
  • George Carlin
  • Liza Minnelli
  • Steve Lawrence (guest host)
  • Eydie Gormé (guest host)
  • Bill Dana
  • Phyllis Diller
  • Florence Henderson
  • Kate Smith (guest host)
  • Jimmy Dean
  • Ann Miller
  • The New Vaudeville Band
  • George Burns (guest host)
  • Lainie Kazan
  • Enzo Stuarti
  • Louis Armstrong
  • Red Buttons
  • Nanette Fabray
  • Cyd Charisse and Tony Martin
    (guest hosts)
  • Mel Brooks
  • Carl Reiner
  • Buffalo Springfield
  • Milton Berle (guest host)
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
  • Willie Mays
  • Jimmy Piersall
  • Maury Wills
  • Buddy Rich
  • Joan Crawford (guest host)
  • Nancy Ames
  • The Cyrkle
  • Julius LaRosa
  • Gene Barry (guest host)
  • Theodore Bikel
  • Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber
  • Jack E. Leonard
  • Mort Sahl
  • Don Ameche
  • Frances Langford
  • Barbara McNair
  • Louis Nye
  • The Association
  • Joey Heatherton
  • Ravi Shankar
  • Frankie Avalon
  • Annette Funicello
  • The 5th Dimension
  • Joey Bishop
  • Diana Ross & the Supremes
  • Raquel Welch
  • Victor Borge (guest host)
  • Hendra & Ullett
  • Mireille Mathieu
  • Adam West
  • Kaye Ballard
  • Irving Benson
  • Joe Besser
  • Gail Martin
  • Irwin Corey
  • Noel Harrison
  • Lynn Redgrave
  • George Sanders
  • Paul Lynde
  • Roger Miller
  • Sergio Franchi
  • Fran Jeffries
  • Marlo Thomas
  • Checkmates, Ltd.
  • The Fearsome Foursome
  • Buddy Greco
  • Larry Bishop and Rob Reiner
  • The Grass Roots
  • Milt Kamen
  • The Lennon Sisters
  • Ethel Merman
  • Herb Alpert (guest host)
  • Burt Bacharach
  • Baja Marimba Band
  • Boyce and Hart
  • Sérgio Mendes
  • Wes Montgomery
  • Harry Crosby
  • Mary Crosby
  • Nathaniel Crosby
  • Kathryn Grant
  • Anissa Jones

1968

  • Phyllis Diller (guest host)
  • Shari Lewis
  • Charlie Manna
  • Johnnie Ray
  • Robert Vaughn
  • Bing Crosby (guest host)
  • Milton Berle (guest host)
  • Jimmy Durante (guest host)
  • Phil Harris (guest host)
  • Peggy Lee
  • The Fearsome Foursome
  • Lawrence Welk
  • Jack Benny (guest host)
  • Iris Adrian
  • Peter Allen
  • Sammy Davis Jr. (guest host)
  • Liza Minnelli
  • Phil Silvers (guest host)
  • Polly Bergen
  • James Brown
  • Jack Jones
  • Connie Stevens
  • Henny Youngman
  • Victor Borge (guest host)
  • Steve Allen
  • Dino, Desi and Billy
  • The King Sisters
  • Jayne Meadows
  • Vikki Carr
  • Jimmy Dean
  • Van Johnson
  • The Temptations
  • Louis Armstrong
  • The Lettermen
  • Enzo Stuarti
  • Don Knotts (guest host)
  • Nancy Ames
  • Mary Costa
  • Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
  • The Merry-Go-Round
  • Diahann Carroll
  • Checkmates Ltd.
  • Rowan and Martin
  • Peter Lawford
  • Phillip Crosby
  • Bill Dana
  • The Hollies
  • Ike and Tina Turner
  • Abbe Lane
  • Rose Marie
  • Tim Conway
  • Don Adams (guest host)
  • Big Brother and the Holding
    Company (with Janis Joplin)
  • Barbara Eden
  • Arte Johnson
  • Hendra & Ullett
  • Aretha Franklin
  • Spanky & Our Gang
  • Johnny Whitaker
  • Mike Douglas (guest host)
  • Donovan
  • Sérgio Mendes
  • Sid Caesar (guest host)
  • Imogene Coca (guest host)
  • The Bee Gees
  • Lou Rawls
  • Jane Morgan
  • Chita Rivera
  • Joe Besser
  • Barrie Chase
  • Martha Raye
  • Joey Forman
  • Mary Beth Hughes
  • Jack Carter
  • Lola Falana
  • Carmen McRae
  • Ike & Tina Turner
  • Jo Anne Worley
  • Ethel Merman
  • Leland Palmer
  • Sugar Ray Robinson
  • John Byner
  • Glen Campbell
  • Harry Crosby
  • Mary Crosby
  • Nathaniel Crosby
  • Kathryn Grant
  • The Lennon Sisters
  • Judy Carne
  • Bob Hope
  • Tiny Tim
  • Bobbie Gentry
  • Stu Gilliam
  • Earl Wilson

1969

  • Jimmy Durante (guest host)
  • Ella Fitzgerald
  • Marvin Gaye
  • Pat Cooper
  • Sergio Franchi
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans (guest hosts)
  • George Gobel (guest host)
  • Burl Ives
  • Sonny James
  • Jeannie C. Riley
  • Irene Ryan
  • Don Adams (guest host)
  • Ruth Buzzi
  • Barrie Chase
  • Joey Forman
  • Tony Martin
  • Alan Sues
  • Robert Goulet (guest host)
  • Hendra & Ullett
  • The Mills Brothers
  • Dusty Springfield
  • Kay Thompson
  • Milton Berle (guest host)
  • Steve Allen
  • Jayne Meadows
  • Leland Palmer
  • Mel Tormé
  • Dana Valery
  • Rowan and Martin (guest hosts)
  • Gene Sheldon
  • Betty Walker
  • Bing Crosby (guest host)
  • Gary Crosby
  • Victor Borge
  • Frank Sinatra, Jr.
  • The Temptations
  • Diana Ross & the Supremes (guest hosts)
  • Donald McKayle
  • Soupy Sales
  • Ethel Waters
  • Stevie Wonder
  • Sammy Davis Jr. (guest host)
  • James Brown
  • Charo
  • Peggy Lipton
  • Dave Madden
  • Nipsey Russell
  • Don Rickles (guest host)
  • Phyllis Diller (guest host)
  • The King Sisters
  • Terry-Thomas
  • Sid Caesar (guest host)
  • Imogene Coca (guest host)
  • Edie Adams
  • Gene Baylos
  • Gladys Knight & the Pips
  • Buddy Rich
  • Shelley Berman
  • Phillip Crosby
  • The Four Tops
  • Sally Ann Howes
  • Bobbie Gentry
  • Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé
  • Tom Jones
  • Dick Shawn
  • Sweetwater
  • Flip Wilson (guest host)
  • Gwen Verdon
  • The Jackson 5
  • Willie Tyler
  • Engelbert Humperdinck (guest host)
  • Nancy Ames
  • Maureen Arthur
  • Lonnie Donegan
  • Jack E. Leonard
  • The Dells
  • Cass Elliot
  • Rosey Grier
  • Lionel Hampton
  • Peter Lawford
  • Roy Clark
  • The Everly Brothers
  • Minnie Pearl
  • Sons of the Pioneers
  • Gregory Hines
  • Martha Raye
  • Connie Stevens
  • The Youngbloods
  • Diahann Carroll (guest host)
  • Alvin Ailey
  • John Byner
  • Godfrey Cambridge
  • Robert Culp
  • Anthony Newley (guest host)
  • Dyan Cannon
  • Lola Falana
  • Lulu
  • Jo Anne Worley
  • O. C. Smith
  • Perry Como (guest host)
  • Shecky Greene
  • Kukla & Ollie
  • Edward Villella
  • Vikki Carr (guest host)
  • Enrico Macias
  • Edwin Hawkins Singers
  • Ben Smathers and the Stoney Mtn. Cloggers

1970

  • Bing Crosby (guest host)
  • Mary Costa
  • Sergio Franchi
  • Leland Palmer
  • Burt Bacharach (guest host)
  • Angie Dickinson (guest host)
  • Scoey Mitchell
  • Sam and Dave
  • Dusty Springfield
  • Roy Clark (guest host)
  • Bobbie Gentry (guest host)
  • Johnny Maestro & the Brooklyn Bridge
  • John Hartford (guest host)
  • Frankie Laine
  • Louis Nye
  • Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé
    (guest hosts)
  • Steve Allen
  • Jayne Meadows
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
  • Sid Caesar
  • Imogene Coca
  • Don Knotts (guest host)
  • Bobby Goldsboro
  • Joey Heatherton
  • Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill
  • Lance Rentzel
  • Jerry Lewis

References

  1. ^ Images of tickets to attend taping of The Hollywood Palace
  2. ^ The Hollywood Palace at Archive of American Television
  3. ^ Inman, David M. Television Variety Shows: Histories and Episode Guides to 57 Programs (page 286), McFarland, 2005 ISBN 0786421983, ISBN 9780786421985
  4. ^ Christmas at the Hollywood Palace (2004) imdb.com Retrieved 2014 March 8.
  5. ^ "The Hollywood Palace Emmy nominations". Retrieved 26 March 2015. 

External links

  • The Hollywood Palace at the Internet Movie Database
  • The Hollywood Palace at TV.com
  • The Hollywood Palace at The Internet Archive
   

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