The Hollywood Palace: Season 3, Episode 19

Episode #3.19 (5 Feb. 1966)

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Vincent Edwards is the weeks host and begins the show by singing, "A Fellow Needs a Girl", "Lulu's Back in Town" and "Maria" solo. Then, the Rogge Sisters perform an acrobatic routine by ... See full summary »

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Miss Elizabeth ...
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Liliane Montevecchi ...
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Vincent Edwards is the weeks host and begins the show by singing, "A Fellow Needs a Girl", "Lulu's Back in Town" and "Maria" solo. Then, the Rogge Sisters perform an acrobatic routine by walking around on top of giant rubber balls, while the audience tries to decide if this even qualifies as a routine. A young Joan Rivers then does a stand-up comedy act. And, Liza Minnelli performs "Where Did You Learn to Dance?" and "There Is a Time", immediately followed by, Vincent Edwards and Liza Minnelli dueting, "Everything I've Got Belongs to You". Next up, is Bertha and Tina, a trained elephant act, followed by, Bette Davis doing a dramatic reading of a Dorothy Parker poem. The show ends with Vincent Edwards doing a solo of, "Ida". Written by brtndr

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A Fellow Needs a Girl
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Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Vince Edwards
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