HAPPY DAYS {HELEN FORREST; HARRY JAMES, JOHN GARFIELD} (TV)

Summary

One in this series of variety programs that recreates the popular culture of the 1930s and 1940s. Program highlights include the following: Harry James plays "Don't Be That Way"; Happy Days Singers perform "Hut Sut Song"; producer Jack Burns hosts a dance marathon; Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding perform a radio show parody; Helen Forrest sings "I Had the Craziest Dream"; Chuck McCann plays a bumbling magician; host Louis Nye plays "The Song Tester"; Alan Copeland sings "Easy To Love"; Laara Lacey performs "My Funny Valentine"; Bob and Ray perform again; by interspersing clips from his films as a response to questions posed by an interviewer, John Garfield is "interviewed"; Ray plays a human fly in another Bob and Ray comedy sketch; and the Happy Days Singers perform again. Commercials deleted.

Details

  • NETWORK: CBS
  • DATE: July 2, 1970 Thursday 8:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:51:54
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T82:0521
  • GENRE: Variety
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Comedy
  • SERIES RUN: CBS - TV series, 1970
  • COMMERCIALS:

CREDITS

    • Frank Peppiatt … Executive Producer
    • John Aylesworth … Executive Producer
    • Jack Burns … Producer
    • George Yanok … Producer
    • Rita Scott … Associate Producer
    • Al Simon … Associate Producer
    • Terry Kyne … Director
    • Gerald Gardner … Writer
    • Dee Caruso … Writer
    • Ed Hider … Writer
    • Pat McCormick … Writer
    • Louis Nye … Host
    • Alan Copeland … Singer
    • Helen Forrest … Singer
    • Jack Burns … Performer
    • Bob Elliott … Performer
    • Ray Goulding … Performer
    • Harry James … Performer
    • Laara Lacey … Performer
    • Chuck McCann … Performer
    • John Garfield
    • Bob and Ray
    • Happy Days Singers