The Hollywood Palace (1964–1970)
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Various guest hosts present a musical variety show.
Popular, long-running Saturday night variety show of the mid to late 1960s, originating from the Hollywood Palace Theater (formerly the El Capitan) on Hollywood Boulevard. There was a revolving guest host, usually a singer or comedian, each week. Bing Crosby was the most frequent guest host (including, of course, the Christmas Week show), but other frequent guest hosts included Sammy Davis, Jr., Jimmy Durante, Don Adams, Fred Astaire, and Judy Garland. The Rolling Stones made their first U.S. television appearence on this show in 1964. The waning popularity of weekly variety shows contributed to this show being cancelled in early 1970, but it's still well-remembered by its many fans.
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