Category: 60s tv shows

Judy Garland hosts The Hollywood Palace. Airdate: May 7, 1966.

The Sammy Davis Jr. Show (1966)

In the fall of 1965, Davis made a special for ABC called Sammy and His Friends and signed a contract with the network which said that he was legally prohibited from appearing on any other network show during the three weeks leading up to the broadcast of the special. In October 1965, Davis met with NBC about getting his own TV series, one which would start in January 1966. ABC then scheduled

to air Sammy and His Friends on February 1, which meant that after the debut of The Sammy Davis Jr. Show on January 7, the show was hosted by other people for the following three weeks. The guest host was first Johnny Carson, then Sean Connery, and finally Jerry Lewis. The show was cancelled soon after Davis returned.

The Rolling Stones on the

British

TV show ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’ on November 29, 1964.

Marvin Gaye performing on the British TV Show, “Thank Your Lucky Stars” Airdate: November 28, 1964.

The Rolling Stones performing on Ready Steady Go!

at Wembley Studios in London

on May 27, 1966.

Judy Garland hosts The Hollywood Palace. Airdate: May 7, 1966.

Bruce Lee and

Van Williams

in The Green Hornet (1966)  

Britt Reid (played by Van Williams) was a millionaire newspaper publisher, who moonlights as the crime-fighting masked hero, the Green Hornet, to battle criminals with his faithful sidekick, Kato (Bruce Lee), a martial arts expert, in this 1966-67 series.