The life and love of a young couple is told through a series of monologues, sketches, and song and dance routines. Each episode followed how they met, fell in love, and subsequent married ... See full summary »
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1969   1968  
Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. See more awards »

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E.J. Peaker ...  Gloria Quigley Dickson / ... 26 episodes, 1968-1969
Robert Morse ...  Robert Dickson 26 episodes, 1968-1969
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The life and love of a young couple is told through a series of monologues, sketches, and song and dance routines. Each episode followed how they met, fell in love, and subsequent married life. Numerous guest stars helped round out the cast. Written by A Dude Named Dude

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Comedy | Musical

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USA

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English

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24 September 1968 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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"That's Life" had a live studio audience in New York.
20 December 2005 | by dcooper288See all my reviews

I attended many TV shows in New York as a child, including talk shows and game shows. But the most unique show that I saw as a member of the studio audience was "That's Life".

I saw the taping of several episodes, including the first one, if memory serves. There was also an episode that featured Terry Thomas, who, like Morse, had a gap in his teeth. The two made light of the fact that they shared this trait, and even sang a song about it.

There were edits, and sometimes the sessions were very long, but for the most part, it was "live to tape". There was even a studio orchestra. It was a fun show to watch from the theater.

They changed the location after a while, and like most TV shows, "over distributed" tickets, and it was hard to get a seat. I think it also had become a "hot ticket" in New York, in that it was very much like a Broadway show, and it was free!

I would love to see these episodes again. I wonder if the tapes still exist.


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