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The Dramatics/Barbara Mason/Ben E. King 

1st Dance = "Reality" by James Brown [ #19 R&B / #80 Pop ]. 1st lip-sync was "From His Woman To You" by Barbara Mason [ #3 R&B / #28 Pop ]. 2nd Dance = "My Little Lady" by Bloodstone [ #4 R... See full summary »

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Himself - Host
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Himself (as The Dramatics)
Joe Cobb ...
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Herself
The Dramatics ...
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Himself
Barbara Mason ...
Herself
Sid McCoy ...
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Debbie Sledge ...
Herself (as Sister Sledge)
Queen Turner ...
Dancer
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1st Dance = "Reality" by James Brown [ #19 R&B / #80 Pop ]. 1st lip-sync was "From His Woman To You" by Barbara Mason [ #3 R&B / #28 Pop ]. 2nd Dance = "My Little Lady" by Bloodstone [ #4 R&B / #57 Pop ]. The Scramble board answer was "Gladys Knight" [ see "goofs" about this segment ]. 2nd lip-sync was "Me Myself & I" by The Dramatics [ LP cut ]. 3rd Dance = "One Beautiful Day" by Ecstacy Passion & Pain [ #14 R&B & Disco / #48 Pop ]. 3rd lip-sync was "Supernatural Thing - Part 1" by Ben E. King [ #1 R&B / #5 Pop ]. 4th Dance = "Satin Soul" by Love Unlimited Orchestra [ #11 Disco / #22 Pop / #23 R&B ]. 4th lip-sync was "Me & Mrs Jones" by Ron Banks & The Dramatics [ #4 R&B / #47 Pop ]. 5th lip-sync was "Shackin' Up" by Barbara Mason [ #9 R&B / #91 Pop ]. Line Dance = "Once You Get Started" by Rufus & Chaka Khan [ #4 R&B / #6 Disco / #10 Pop ]. 6th lip-sync was "The Stars In Your Eyes" by Ron Banks & The Dramatics [ #22 R&B / #81 Pop ]. Written by Keith Alexander

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19 April 1975 (USA)  »

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