Television show featuring dancing and popular music.
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1988   1987   1986   1985   1984   1983   … See all »
Won 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 11 nominations. See more awards »
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Series cast summary:
Robert W. Morgan ...
 Announcer / ... 82 episodes, 1980-1986
Pamela Rossi ...
 Herself (Solid Gold Dancer, 1980-1986) / ... 42 episodes, 1980-1986
Alex Cole ...
 Himself - Dancer / ... 42 episodes, 1980-1983
Darcel Wynne ...
 Herself (Solid Gold Dancer, 1980-1983, 1985-1986) / ... 40 episodes, 1980-1986
Paula Beyers ...
 Herself - Dancer / ... 39 episodes, 1980-1983
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 Herself - Hostess / ... 37 episodes, 1981-1987
Deborah Jenssen ...
 Dancer / ... 37 episodes, 1980-1984
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 Himself - Solid Gold Dancer / ... 35 episodes, 1980-1984
Lezlie Mogell ...
 Herself - Dancer / ... 33 episodes, 1983-1985
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First appearing before music videos had become commonplace, this show featured the week's top hits in pop music. Guest performers would occasionally appear on the show to play their songs. Typically, however, the only visual accompaniment to the music was the Solid Gold Dancers, a dozen or so dancers in skimpy costumes who would perform interpretive renditions of such hits as "Down Under" and "Maniac". Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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dance | non fiction | See All (2) »

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January 1980 (USA)  »

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Solid Gold in Concert  »

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Originally premiered as "Solid Gold '79", a 2-hour special in January 1980. Due to high ratings, it became a weekly series in September 1980. See more »

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Referenced in Californication: Glass Houses (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

Solid Gold Theme
Written by Michael K. Miller and Dean Pitchford
Performed by Dionne Warwick and Andy Gibb and Marilyn McCoo and Deborah Ludwig Davis
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Yes, you can be too eighties.
13 January 1999 | by See all my reviews

Now being shown on reruns, Dionne Warwick and Marilyn McCoo bring back countless hours spent in the early eighties in front of the tube. Funny episode when Dionne was drunk and Bill Cosby was the guest and he called her on it. Get out your leg warmers.


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