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 Himself - Host (119 episodes, 1967-1969)
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 Himself - Announcer / ... (115 episodes, 1967-1969)
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17 April 1967 (USA)  »

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ABC TV leased/owned the television studio/stage where the Joey Bishop Late Night Interview-talk show was taped. Located South of The Hollywood Palace Theater at Vine Street and Hollywood Boulevard, below Sunset Blvd., at Fountain and 1313 Vine Street. The original radio studio belonged to the Don Lee Broadcasting Network. The main building's foyer centered the reception area, with two audience theaters to the left (larger) and to the right (smaller) with a rear parking area and delivery dock at he back of the building. Offices were located on the second floor of the building. The Joey Bishop Show was located in the larger left side of the building. The other theater-studio, on the right of the foyer, was used for game shows. The Academy of Motion Picture and Sciences have taken over the property in the 2000's, renaming the property "Linwood Dunn Theater". See more »

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Joey's serious side after RFK's assassination.
27 October 2002 | by (Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

On the following night after Robert Kennedy had been shot in 1968, after just winning the California Primary, Joey broke his usual comedy based format and switched to a very serious talk show. His main guest that night was the reporter who actually witnessed the shooting, the night before. The attack against Senator Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles (by Sirhan Sirhan) was recorded on audio tape and was broadcast on Joey's show. It was very eerie and you can hear the reporter say "Oh my God... Senator Kennedy..... Senator Kennedy has been shot...... Get the gun..... Break his (Sirhan's) hands off if you have to, but get the gun". It was probably one of Joey's finest programs. It was too bad that it had to happen under such a horrible tragedy. But, I'll never forget that night. I was 8 years old at the time. Joey really showed his versatility outside of the realm of comedy, that night.


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