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Changing Scene (1970)

Presented by Chevrolet, "Changing Scene" combined music, comedy, and dancing in equal parts on this entertaining Variety Special from 1970. The hour special was hosted by Gene Kelly and ... See full summary »

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Presented by Chevrolet, "Changing Scene" combined music, comedy, and dancing in equal parts on this entertaining Variety Special from 1970. The hour special was hosted by Gene Kelly and guest starred Barbara Eden, James Garner, Arte Johnson and The Mike Curb Congregation. Gene sings "Feelin Groovy", followed by Barbara performing "Windmills of your Mind". The Mike Curb Congregation sing "Sweet Gingerbread Man" and then, for the finale, the entire cast sings a rousing rendition of "Mame". Written by Walter Down

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10 September 1970 (USA)  »

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This was the first of four "Changing Scene" TV specials. "Changing Scene II" aired December 10, 1970 with Gene Kelly hosting and guests Lee Marvin, Marty Allen, Arte Johnson, Jud Strunk & Yvonne Wilder. "Changing Scene III" aired January 7, 1971 with Engelbert Humperdinck hosting and Don Adams, Jud Strunk, The The Osmonds & Yvonne Wilder as guests. "Changing Scene IV" aired April 14, 1971 with Robert Culp hosting and Robert Goulet, John Denver, Johnny Brown & Bernie Kopell as guests. Barbara Eden & The Mike Curb Congregation appeared on all four shows. See more »

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