Cher and Sonny Bono starred in this quintessentially '70's TV comedy/variety show. Sonny and Cher's hit songs featured prominently on the show, as they would often sing and perform them ... See full summary »
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A rare and nostalgic look at the couple that defines the 70s is now on DVD. Complete with the hair-styles, bell-nottoms and sideburns, this classic-to-be showcases the couple in the ... See full summary »
I used to love the intro to this television show when the audience went quiet and the male voice used to say, "Ladies and gentlemen... Cher." And suddenly a huge spotlight would appear on Cher, slinking down the catwalk in a stunning and revealing number, holding a microphone and crooning out a lounge song.
What I really liked about this show were the skits involving Cher's good friend, Carol Burnett, who made regular appearances all the time. Although this show never carried the same chemistry and spark as "The Sonny & Cher Show" did, Cher always managed to fill the family room with laughter and talent.
Thank you Cher!
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