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A Brilliant 1969 TV Performance By Uncle Milty With Guests Steve Allen, Connie Stevens, Gregory Hines, Irving Benson, Martha Raye, The Youngbloods And More, 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, 1 Hour 1 Minute.) #MiltonBerle #UncleMilty #UncleMiltie #MrTelevision #MisterTelevision #Comedians #Actors #Vaudeville #HollywoodPalace #SteveAllen #ConnieStevens #GregoryHines #IrvingBenson #MarthaRaye #TheYoungbloods #TVVarietyShows #VarietyShows #TVShows #TelevisionShows #TVPrograms #TelevisionPrograms #TV #Television #TVInTheUS #TelevisionInTheUS #GoldenAgeOfTV #GoldenAgeOfTelevision #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
A magical "Mischief Night" October 31st 1969 performance aired November 22nd 1969 of the 47th episode of the beloved top-rated TV variety show "Hollywood Palace", starring the first of the great TV variety show hosts Mitlon Berle, and costarring the father of the TV talk show genre Steve Allen, the last of the great vaudevillian comedians Irving Benson, the singing and dancing act Hines Hines and Dad (one of those Hines is eminent dancer, actor and comedian Gregory Hines). singer and dancer Connie Stevens, singer and comedienne Martha Raye, the rock group The Youngbloods and a Ukrainian dance act called The Kuban Cossacks. Mixed in-between are great one-of-a-kind classic commercials of the day, including: Tang, Birdseye Cool 'n Creamy pudding, Kool cigarettes, Fab laundry detergent, Ultra Brite toothpaste, White Owl cigars, Glo-Coat floor wax, Favor furniture polish, Polident Green denture cleaner, Ex-Lax laxative and The Second Step - The Flight Of Apollo 12 news coverage. A memorable once-in-a-lifetime event captured live on video tape for rebroadcast, and a classic addition to any classic TV collection!
Milton Berle, American comedian and actor (July 12, 1908 - March 27, 2002) was born Mendel Berlinger into a Jewish family in a five-story walkup at 68 W. 118th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. As the host of NBC's Texaco Star Theater (1948-55), he was the first major American television star and was known to millions of viewers as "Uncle Miltie" and "Mr. Television" during TV's golden age. He appeared as a child actor in silent films, beginning with The Perils of Pauline, filmed in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Around 1920, at age 12, Berle made his stage debut in a revival of the musical comedy Florodora in Atlantic City, New Jersey, which later moved to Broadway. By the time he was 16, he was working as a Master of Ceremonies in Vaudeville. He became nationally famous in 1934 when was heard regularly on The Rudy Vallee Hour. The Milton Berle Show radio series brought Berle together with Arnold Stang, later a familiar face as Berle's TV sidekick. Others in the cast were Pert Kelton, Mary Schipp, Jack Albertson, Arthur Q. Bryan, Ed Begley, Brazilian singer Dick Farney, and announcer Frank Gallop. Sponsored by Philip Morris, it aired on NBC from March 11, 1947 until April 13, 1948. Berle later described this series as "the best radio show I ever did ... a hell of a funny variety show". Berle died aged 93 in Los Angeles from colon cancer, on the same day as Billy Wilder and Dudley Moore.