The Golddiggers (1971–1973)

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The Golddiggers are an band of younger Girls in a troupe and as A Spin-off of _"Dean Martin Show, The" (1965)_ and _"Dean Martin Presents The Golddiggers" (1968)_. The 1971-1972 Variety ... See full summary »

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1971
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »
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Barbara Heller ...
 Herself (2 episodes, 1971)
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The Golddiggers are an band of younger Girls in a troupe and as A Spin-off of _"Dean Martin Show, The" (1965)_ and _"Dean Martin Presents The Golddiggers" (1968)_. The 1971-1972 Variety Show presents Regulars, Guest Stars, Rock Stars & Others. All the Golddiggers can dance and sing a number of tunes as they play in sketches that ranged from "Gone With the Wind" to "Let's Make A Deal" and the show lasted for 2 seasons. Written by Anonymous

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dancing | dancer

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Comedy | Music

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11 September 1971 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Buck Henry/Leon Redbone (1977) See more »

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Accurate Info On The Golddiggers
18 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Regrettably, much of the information -- not only here at the IMDb, but on most other websites, as well -- regarding both the personnel lineups and chronology of The Golddiggers and their television appearances, is inaccurate, and the space allotted on this page does not permit adequate room to set the record straight.

However, a complete, authoritative and exhaustive history of The Golddiggers and The Dingaling Sisters can be found on a brand-new, educational, noncommercial and not-for- profit Website. To locate it, simply Google the words "Golddiggers Super Site".

If the editors of the IMDb would use the information contained on the aforementioned site to correct the data given here, both the creators of The Golddiggers Super Site, and the many talented ladies which that venture celebrates, would be grateful.


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