Guests are Bette Davis, Mickey Rooney, and rock band The Who. In a sketch, Elizabeth I of England (Davis) imprisons a much younger suitor (Tommy). Rooney is forced to do a separate duet with Tommy and Dick at the same time. Pat delivers an incoherent political talk. The Who perform "I Can See For Miles" and "My Generation."
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Did You Know?
During the rehearsals the band noticed that the smoke bomb effect was not to their liking so they asked the stage hand to pack a little more of the power into Keith Moon
's drum kit to give it a more spectacular effect. However, while the band and the crew went out for lunch, Moon returned and packed even more powder into the drums essentially turning it into a bomb and during the finale of "My Generation" as the band were doing their usual instrument smashing finale, the drums exploded. As a result, Moon suffered cuts on his arm, Pete Townshend
's hair caught fire and 'Bette Davis' fainted. However, Townshend also suffered permanent damage to a hearing as a result of the prank. See more
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Composer Pete Townshend
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