The Hollywood Palace: Season 1, Episode 10

Episode #1.10 (7 Mar. 1964)

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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host
Leonard Barr ...
Himself - Acrobatic Dancer
Herself - Singer
The Berosini Chimps ...
Herself - Dancer
Himself - Comedian
Piccola Pupa ...
Herself - Italian Child Singer
Rola & Rolan ...
Themselves - Acrobats (as Rola and Rolan)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ludwig Stössel ...
Little Ole Wine Maker
Billboard Girl


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Comedy | Family | Music




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7 March 1964 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Program Lineup: Dean sings "Volare" and "On An Evening In Roma," the Berosini Chimps appear as the Beatles, Rola and Rolan do a balancing act, Jackie Mason performs a monologue about the Presidential campaign of 1964, Barrie Chase does an electrifying dance to "Days of Wine and Roses," Dean sings a medley of "You Made Me Love You," "It Had to Be You" and "Nevertheless," Ludwig Stossel appears with Dean as 'That Little Old Winemaker' from the Italian Swiss Colony Wine commercials, Vickie Carr sings "Surrey with the Fringe on Top," Leonard Barr does an eccentric dance, Piccola Pupa sings "Quando, Quando, Quando," and duets with Dean on "That's Amore." At the end of the show Groucho Marx makes a surprise appearance with Billboard Girl Raquel Welch to tell Dean the following week's guests. See more »


Himself - Host: [Dean's opening monologue] I want to thank Jerry for building this theatre for me..."
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That's Amore
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Jack Brooks
Performed by Dean Martin and Piccola Pupa
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