The Bell Telephone Hour (1959–1968)
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The Bell Telephone Orchestra ...
Themselves
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Jukiet
Mel Brandt ...
Himself - Announcer
Erik Bruhn ...
Himself - ballet dancer
Carla Fracci ...
Herself - ballet dancer
Larry Kert ...
Himself - singer
The Kingston Trio ...
Themselves
Sándor Kónya ...
Himself - Tenor
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Herself - singer-dancer
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Herself - opera singer
Nick Reynolds ...
Himself (as The Kingston Trio)
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Romeo
Bob Shane ...
Himself (as The Kingston Trio)
John Stewart ...
Himself (as The Kingston Trio)
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8 September 1967 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Larry Kert and Carol Lawrence at their best.
6 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Purely by accident I had the pleasure of watching on television a rebroadcast of this episode of the Bell Telephone Hour featuring the great Larry Kert and Carol Lwrence as they sang the featured song "Tonight" from the iconic classic all-time musical masterpiece "West Side Story" directed by Jerome Robbins and music by Leonard Bernstein. This particular clip from the show is significant because Mr. Kert and Ms. Lawrence originated the roles of Tony and Maria and here they are, ten years after the show, recreating their roles and doing a marvelous job. After all, it was their roles, their creations and no matter how many times the show may be reprised, Larry Kert and Carol Lawrence's performances will always be the best.


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