The Hollywood Palace: Season 7, Episode 12

Episode #7.12 (3 Jan. 1970)

TV Episode  |  TV-G  |   |  Comedy, Family, Music
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Musical highlights include Bing singing "This Is The Life" and joining Mary Costa in "Pollution".She solos with "I'm In Love With Vienna". Sergio Franchi sings "To Give" and "Stay". The ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host
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Mary Costa ...
Herself - Singer
The Establishment ...
Themselves - Singers
Sergio Franchi ...
Himself - Singer
The Kuban Cossacks ...
Themselves - Russian Dancers
The Nick Perito Orchestra ...
Themselves - Musicians
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Herself - Singer
Tom Patchett ...
Himself (as Patchett and Tarses)
Mac Ronay ...
Himself
Jay Tarses ...
Himself (as Patchett and Tarses)
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Musical highlights include Bing singing "This Is The Life" and joining Mary Costa in "Pollution".She solos with "I'm In Love With Vienna". Sergio Franchi sings "To Give" and "Stay". The Establishment does a medley from the Broadway show "Hair", and the rest join in a medley that includes "Temptation", "Learn To Croon","Pennies From Heaven", and "Swingin' On A Star". Written by WesternOne

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