TV's Grooviest Variety Shows of the '60s and '70s

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Cumberland House, 2006 - Performing Arts - 235 pages
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TV's Grooviest Variety Shows (of the '60s and '70s)' is an irresistible page-turning account of TV's greatest and goofiest variety shows of the psychedelic 1960s and '70s. Designed to be browser-friendly, the book covers the main shows of the era?Ed Sullivan, Lawrence Welk, Dean Martin, the Smothers Brothers, 'Laugh-In, ' Flip Wilson, 'Sonny and Cher, ' 'Midnight Special, ' classic 'Saturday Night Live' (1975-80), 'SCTV, ' and 'The Muppets.' Each of these key chapters is fast-moving and fun, with quick, easy-to-skim sidebars like Memorable Moments,"" ""Quotable Quotes,"" and ""Bloopers & Breakups,"" plus a brisk narrative of the show's behind-the-scenes dramas, cast, and history. ""

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