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Season 07, Episode 01 Host: Bing Crosby / Sweetwater

S07 E01

Oct 11, 1969
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Host: Bing Crosby / Sweetwater Oct 11, 1969 Host: Bing Crosby --Bing Crosby sings about Hollywood Palace's new season --Gwen Verdon (sings and dances) - song about a new dance, the ""…Psychedelic Stomp"" (very long title, abbreviated). Western bar set with male dancers) --Sweetwater (rock group) - ""Motherless Child"" --Dick Shawn (stand-up comedian) --Bobbie Gentry - ""You've Made Me So Very Happy"" --Bobby Gentry and Bing Crosby - ""Put A Little Love in Your Heart"" duet --The Rodriguez Brothers (high wire act) --Engelbert Humperdinck - ""I Could Have Danced All Night"" (with dancers) & ""I'm A Better Man"" --Medley of Beatles' songs: ""Yellow Submarine"" (Crosby & Humperdinck); ""Can't Buy Me Love"" (Verdon, Crosby, Humperdinck); ""Fool on the Hill"" (Gentry); ""Yesterday"" (Humperdinck); ""With A Little Help from My Friends"" (Dick Shaun, Gentry & Verdon); ""And I Love Her"" (Crosby); and ""Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"" (Bing, Engelbert & cast) --Bing Crosby sings ""Love's Been Good to Me"" (correct song title?) --Throughout the

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Season 07, Episode 02 Hosts: Diana Ross & the Supremes / The Jackson 5

S07 E02

Oct 18, 1969
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Hosts: Diana Ross & the Supremes / The Jackson 5 Oct 18, 1969 --Diana Ross & the Supremes (Mary Wilson & Cindy Birdsong) - Where Do I Go?"" ""Good Morning, Starshine,"" ""Can't Take My Eyes Off of you"" and ""Someday We'll Be Together"" --The Jackson 5 - ""I Want You Back"" and ""Sing a Simple Song"" --Sammy Davis Jr. - ""You've Made Me So Very Happy"" --Diana Ross and Sammy Davis Jr. - do a song-and-dance routine reminiscent of the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers' musicals. --Diana Ross, Sammy Davis Jr. and the Jackson Five - ""There Was a Time"" and ""One More Time"" --Alan Sues (comedian) - sings ""Good Times Are Here to Stay"" (with female dancers) and appears in a ""Dames at Sea"" production number. --Willie Tyler (ventriloquist)

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Season 07, Episode 03 Host: Engelbert Humperdinck / Gladys Knight & the Pips

S07 E03

Oct 25, 1969
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Host: Engelbert Humperdinck / Gladys Knight & the Pips Oct 25, 1969 --Engelbert Humperdinck (host) - ""Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In,"" ""Am I That Easy to Forget?"" ""Cuando, Cuando, Cuando,"" ""Les Bicyclettes de Belsize,"" The Last Waltz"" and ""There Goes My Everything"" --Engelbert Humperdinck and Nancy Ames - ""I'll Never Fall in Love Again"" and ""I Wish I Were in Love Again""--Gladys Knight & the Pips - ""Nitty Gritty"" & ""Ain't No Sun"" --Sid Caesar (comedian) - appears in a sketch with Maureen Arthur and Mickey Deems --Nancy Ames - ""Games People Play"" and ""With a Little Help from My Friends"" --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --Lonnie Donegan - ""Keep On The Sunny Side,"" ""Chewing Gum"" & ""Chesapeake Bay""

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Season 07, Episode 04 Host: Sammy Davis Jr. / Cass Elliott

S07 E04

Nov 1, 1969
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Host: Sammy Davis Jr. / Cass Elliott Nov 1, 1969 --Sammy Davis Jr. (host) - ""My Funny Valentine,"" ""My Way"" and ""Spinning Wheel"" --Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Rosey Grier - ""Walkin' Happy""--""Mama"" Cass Elliott - ""Make Your Own Kind Of Music"" --Sammy Davis Jr. & ""Mama"" Cass Elliott - ""I Dig Rock & Roll Music"" --Lionel Hampton and his orchestra - ""Cherokee"" --Sammy Davis Jr. and Lionel Hampton - ""Flyin' Home"" --Peter Lawford - ""Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In"" (with dancers) --Rosey Grier - ""Deeper in the Hole"" --The Dells - ""Oh, What A Night"" --Dana Valery (singer) - ""More Today Than Yesterday"" & ""Volare""

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Season 07, Episode 05 Hosts: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans / Everly Brothers

S07 E05

Nov 8, 1969
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Hosts: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans / Everly Brothers Nov 8, 1969 --The Everly Brothers - ""Mama Tried"" --The Everly Brothers with Roy Rogers & Dale Evans - medley: ""All I Have to Do is Dream,"" ""Wake Up, Little Susie"" and ""Bye-Bye Love""--Roy Rogers & Dale Evans (hosts) - ""Country Music and Western Music"" --Roy Rogers & Dale Evans with the Sons of the Pioneers - ""Don't Fence Me In,"" ""Try a Little Kindness,"" ""Less of Me"" and ""Get to Know the Lord"" --Roy Clark - ""Sally Was A Good Ol Girl,"" ""White Lightning,"" ""Foggy Mountain Breakdown"" & ""Orange Blossom Special""--Minnie Pearl (comedian) --Junior Samples (comedian) --Sammy Shore (comedian) --The Berosini animal act

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Season 07, Episode 06 Host: Milton Berle / The Youngbloods

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Nov 22, 1969
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Host: Milton Berle / The Youngbloods Nov 22, 1969 --Milton Berle (host) - ""Make 'em Laugh"" --Irving Benson (comedian, known as ""Milton's favorite heckler"") --Steve Allen --Connie Stevens - ""Dancing in the Streets"" --Martha Raye - ""Let Go"" & ""Watch What Happens"" Also, Raye appears in a comedy sketch in which a judge tries to determine the father of her daughter (played by Sarah Sue Gleis)--The Youngbloods - ""Get Together"" (excerpt) & ""Sunlight"" --Hines, Hines & Dad (song-and-dance trio with Gregory Hines) - ""Singing in the Rain""

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Season 07, Episode 07 Host: Diahann Carroll / Stevie Wonder

S07 E07

Nov 29, 1969
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Host: Diahann Carroll / Stevie Wonder Nov 29, 1969 Host: Diahann Carroll --Stevie Wonder - ""Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday"" --Stevie Wonder & Diahann Carroll - ""Pretty World"" --Diahann Carroll - ""Smiling Phases,"" ""Here, There and Everywhere,"" ""Let the Sunshine In"" & ""Yesterday"" --Robert Culp (actor) - dramatic reading of Thomas Paine's essay ""These Are the Times That Try Men's Souls"" --John Byner (comedian) --Godfrey Cambridge (comedian) --The Alvin Ailey (interpretative dancers) - ""Move, Members, Move"" & ""Sinner Man"" --Rudi Schweitzer (juggler)

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Season 07, Episode 08 Host: Anthony Newley / Lulu / Dyan Cannon

S07 E08

Dec 6, 1969
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Host: Anthony Newley / Lulu / Dyan Cannon Dec 6, 1969 Host: Anthony Newley --Lulu --Dyan Cannon (actress, making her singing debut) --Lola Falana --Jo Anne Worley --Marissa Berman

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Season 07, Episode 09 Host: Flip Wilson / Friends of Distinction

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Dec 13, 1969
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Host: Flip Wilson / Friends of Distinction Dec 13, 1969 Host: Flip Wilson (co-hosting with Janos Prohaska, a scene-stealing bear from the Andy Williams Show) --Friends of Distinction - ""Going in Circles"" & ""Grazin' in the Grass"" --O.C. Smith - ""Can't Take My Eyes Off of You"" & ""Me and You"" --Judy Carne - ""Don't Tell Mama"" --Gene Baylos (comedian) --Dana Valery - ""You've Made Me So Very Happy"" & ""Get in Line, Girl"" --The Dancing Devils (Argentine folk dancers) --The Villams (jugglers)

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Season 07, Episode 10 Host: Perry Como (Christmas show)

S07 E10

Dec 20, 1969
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Host: Perry Como (Christmas show) Dec 20, 1969 1969 Christmas show Host: Perry Como --Perry Como & singers - ""Home for the Holidays,"" ""Love in a Home,"" ""Christmas Eve,"" ""The First Noel,"" ""Oh Holy Night,"" ""Christ Is Born"" & ""Hark! The Herald Angels Sing."" --Diahann Carroll - ""Sweet Beginning,"" ""Remember"" & ""How Deep Is the Ocean?"" --Perry Como and Diahann Carroll - ""Silver Bells"" --Shecky Greene (comedian)--Edward Villella (dancer from the New York City Ballet) - dances to ""Little Drummer Boy"" --Burr Tillstrom's Kukla & Ollie (puppets)

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Season 07, Episode 11 Hosts: George Gobel & Vikki Carr

S07 E11

Dec 27, 1969
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Hosts: George Gobel & Vikki Carr Dec 27, 1969 Hosts: George Gobel & Vikki Carr --Pat Cooper --Edwin Hawkins Singers --Enrico Macias --The Meeners

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Season 07, Episode 12 Host: Bing Crosby

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Jan 3, 1970
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Host: Bing Crosby Jan 3, 1970 Music: --Bing Crosby - ""This Is The Life"" --Mary Costa - ""I'm In Love With Vienna"" --Bing with Mary Costa - ""Pollution"" --Sergio Franchi - ""Stay"" --Sergio Franchi - ""To Give""--The Establishment - ""Hair"" medley: ""Aquarius,"" ""Where Do I Go?"" and ""Let The Sunshine In""Crosby Medley: ""Love In Bloom"" (Sergio Franchi), ""June In January"" (Mary Costa), ""Love Is Just Around The Corner"" (Bing with Leland Palmer), ""Please"" (Bing), ""Learn To Croon"" (Bing), ""Down The Old Ox Road"" (Bing with Sergio Franchi, Leland Palmer & Mary Costa), ""Temptation"" (Sergio Franchi), ""Happy Feet"" (Bing with Leland Palmer), ""The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid"" (Bing with Leland Palmer & Sergio Franchi), ""Pennies From Heaven"" (Bing), ""True Love"" (Mary Costa & Sergio Franchi) and ""Swinging On A Star"" (Bing with Leland Palmer, Mary Costa & Sergio Franchi)Also appearing: --The Nick Perito Orchestra --Patchett & Tarses --The Kuban Cossacks --Mac Ronay

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Season 07, Episode 13 Hosts: Burt Bacharach & Angie Dickinson / Dusty Springfield / Sam & Dave

S07 E13

Jan 10, 1970
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Hosts: Burt Bacharach & Angie Dickinson / Dusty Springfield / Sam & Dave Jan 10, 1970 --Dusty Springfield - ""The Look of Love,"" ""Wishin' and Hopin'"" and ""Brand New Me"" --Sam & Dave - ""Hold On, I'm Coming"" & ""I Take What I Want""--Burt Bacharach & Angie Dickinson (co-hosts) - ""I'll Never Fall in Love Again"" --Burt Bacharach with the Ray Charles singers - ""Always Something There to Reming Me"" and ""What the World Needs Now"" --Scoey Mitchill (comedian) --Bill Shoemaker (jockey making his singing and dancing debut) - ""The Race Is On""

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Season 07, Episode 14 Hosts: Bobbie Gentry, J. Hartford & Roy Clark / Brooklyn Bridge

S07 E14

Jan 17, 1970
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Hosts: Bobbie Gentry, J. Hartford & Roy Clark / Brooklyn Bridge Jan 17, 1970 Co-hosts: Bobbie Gentry, John Hartford & Roy Clark --Brooklyn Bridge - ""He's Not a Happy Man --Bobbie Gentry - ""The Rainmaker"" & ""Raindrops Keep Falln' on My Head"" --John Hartford - ""Natural to Be Gone"" --Roy Clark - ""Then She's A Lover"" --Bobbie Gentry, Frankie Laine, Roy Clark and John Hartford - medley: ""Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show,"" ""When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder"" & ""Bye and Bye"" --Frankie Laine (singer) --Louis Nye (comedian) --Jackie Gayle (comedian) --Szony and Agnese (dancers)

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Season 07, Episode 15 Hosts: Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme / Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca

S07 E15

Jan 24, 1970
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Hosts: Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme / Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca Jan 24, 1970 Hosts: Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme --Steve Lawrence - ""The Drifter"" --Eydie Gorme - ""Tonight I'll Say a Prayer"" --Steve & Eydie - ""You've Made Me So Very Happy"" & ""Golden Rainbow"" --Roy Rogers & Dale Evans - ""What a Wonderful World,"" ""Sittin' on Top of the World"" & ""Happy Heart"" --Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca - appear in a comedy sketch --Steve Allen & Jane Meadows - in a sketch play a couple on their second honeymoon Comedy sketch: --""The Men vs. the Women"" - three married couples take sides.

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Season 07, Episode 16 Host: Don Knotts / Bobby Goldsboro

S07 E16

Jan 31, 1970
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Host: Don Knotts / Bobby Goldsboro Jan 31, 1970 Host: Don Knotts --Bobby Goldsboro --Joey Heatherton & Lance Rentzel --Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill (comedy team) --Sunni Walton --The Baja Marimba Band

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Season 07, Episode 17 Host: Bing Crosby (Final episode with highlights from past shows)

S07 E17

Feb 7, 1970
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Host: Bing Crosby (Final episode with highlights from past shows) Feb 7, 1970 Host: Bing Crosby (Last show of the series) --Bing introduces ""Hollywood Palace"" highlights. From past shows: Don Adams, Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass, Fred Astaire, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Ray Bolger, Victor Borge, George Burns, James Brown, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Bette Davis, Sammy Davis Jr., Phyllis Diller, Jimmy Durante, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Eydie Gorme, Buster Keaton, Gene Kelly, Don Knotts, Dean Martin, Groucho Marx, Ethel Merman, ""Mrs. Miller,"" Martha Raye, Debbie Reynolds, Buddy Rich, Don Rickles, Gloria Swanson, Tiny Tim, Ed Wynn, and novelty acts like The Wallendas. --Also, ""Hollywood Palace"" bloopers such as Alan Sherman with his fly unzipped.

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