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The Hollywood Palace

The Hollywood Palace

Big name acts were featured on this variety show and a different celebrity hosted each week. At first, vaudeville acts were included, but they faded away after a while. Hollywood Palace is best remembered today as the show on which the Rolling Stones made their American television debut.
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Dick TufeldDick Tufeld
voiced Announcer (1964-1970)
Les Brown (1)Les Brown (1)
As Orchestra Leader (1964)
Mike PostMike Post
As Orchestra Leader (1969-1970)
Mitchell AyresMitchell Ayres
As Orchestra Leader (1964-1969)

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Executive Producer: Nick Vanoff
Musical Director: Mitchell Ayres

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Recurring Guests

Bing Crosby (31 eps)
Milton Berle (12 eps)
Jimmy Durante (10 eps)
Sammy Davis, Jr. (8 eps)
Carl Reiner (7 eps)
Sid Caesar (7 eps)
Victor Borge (7 eps)
Diahann Carroll (6 eps)
George Burns (6 eps)
Donald O'Connor (6 eps)

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Warning: The Hollywood Palace guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Variety
Genre: Comedy | Music
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 09:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 04, 1964
Ended: February 07, 1970
• The Saturday Night Hollywood Palace (original title)
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