The Lorenzo and Henrietta Music Show (1976– )

TV Series  |   |  Comedy, Music, Talk-Show
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Lorenzo Music performed the elevator man's voice on the Mary Tyler Moore show. His show-biz support team envisioned Lorenzo being successful in his own talk-variety television program. They partly put money into this joint effort. Originally conceived as host, Lorenzo Music, and his wife, Henrietta, sharing the couch, interviewing guests, music guests who performed solo or with a small back-up pit band. Bleachers provided seating for 200 audience members. The Warner Brothers Stage 5 provided a prop room, adjacent wardrobe room, a writers' office, dressing rooms, producers office area, which surrounded the set centered as the staging space. A small comedy performance cast for sketch routines, completed the production crew, including Lorenzo and Henrietta. The premise for the show was a Saturday-night-live (syndicated) day time filler show. A writing crew, whose material usually fell flat, could not keep the sketches from bombing. The daily show had difficulty scheduling and meeting deadlines in finding talent to appear on the show's schedule. Most guests appearing, as a favor for Lorenzo, to help getting the show done. The show lasted three weeks with the plug pulled on Wednesday morning. See more »

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