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The Joey Bishop Show w/Regis Philbin Sammy Davis Jr DVD, Download, USB

The Joey Bishop Show w/Regis Philbin Sammy Davis Jr DVD, Download, USB
The Joey Bishop Show w/Regis Philbin Sammy Davis Jr DVD, Download, USB
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A Full Hour Of The Joey Bishop Show With Regis Philbin With Special Guests Sammy Davis Jr. And Peter Lawford, Complete With Classic Commercials From This Pivotal Era Of American Television History, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, February 3, 1968, 59:14). #TheJoeyBishopShow #TheJoeyBishopShowTalkShow #JoeyBishopShow #JoeyBishopShowTalkShow #JoeyBishop #RegisPhilbin #SammyDavisJr #PeterLawford #RatPack #TalkShows #TV #Television #TVShows #TelevisionShows #TVInTheUS #TelevisionInTheUS #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

A very special one hour segment of the 1967-1969 Joey Bishop Show with Regis Philbin - it's the night that Joey & Regis show up in mod dress, according to the wishes of their star guest of the evening Sammy Davis Jr, and after a surprise celebration of Joey's birthday that evening, Peter Lawford appears to promote his new movie SALT AND PEPPER along with Sammy, his costar in that film. Wild antics, dance competitions, cake shenanigans and more come at you from all points, and mixed in-between are classic commercials of the day, including: Andy Grannetelli for STP Oil Treatment, Clairol Softique, Sta-Puf Fabric Softener, Sta-Flo Spray Starch, ABC Saturday (The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game, The Lawrence Welk Show, Hollywood Palace with Phil Silvers), It Takes A Thief, Walk on the Wild Side on The ABC Sunday Night Movie, 101 Cigarettes from Chesterfield, All Detergent, Final Touch Fabric Softener, ABC Sunday Night (Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, The F.B.I., The Sunday Night Movie with "Walk On The WIld Side", The ABC News Special "Venice: City In Danger" with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.). A memorable once-in-a-lifetime event captured live on video tape for rebroadcast, and a classic addition to any classic TV collection.

The Joey Bishop Show (Talk Show; not to be confused The Joey Bishop Show (TV series)) was an American talk show that had its first broadcast on ABC on April 17, 1967. It was hosted by Joey Bishop, and featured Regis Philbin as Bishop's sidekick/announcer (similar to Ed McMahon's job with Johnny Carson) in his first ongoing role with national television exposure. Created to challenge The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, the show lasted 33 months, with the last show airing on December 26, 1969. Bishop was part of the legendary 1960s entertainment phenomenon "the Rat Pack", and other members Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Peter Lawford occasionally appeared on his show, sometimes as unbilled surprises, though Frank Sinatra never did. Famously, sidekick/announcer Regis Philbin walked off the program as a result of the continuous drubbing he had been receiving from critics, stating that the network never wanted him and he feared that he was injuring the series, but he soon returned. This proved to be one of the few installments of the series to top The Tonight Show in the ratings. In 2011, Philbin revealed that Bishop had conceived the walk-off as a stunt. The show was created to challenge The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, which Bishop frequently guest hosted in its early seasons. Unable to attract high ratings, the show was cancelled after two seasons. The program was shown five nights a week, Monday through Friday, with Carson as competition on NBC and Merv Griffin also hosting a talk show on CBS, all in the same time slot, from 11:30 pm to 1:00 am. Jack Paar appeared on one of the early broadcasts as a kind of co-host as a favor to Bishop. The show ended on December 26, 1969, with Bishop leaving after his monologue, declaring that this was the last show. Philbin was left to finish the final episode. The time slot was filled by The Dick Cavett Show. Within two years, Bishop was once again a regular guest host on The Tonight Show.