PLAYBOY AFTER DARK {JO ANNE WORLEY, MILTON BERLE} (TV)

Summary

One in this series of variety programs hosted by Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner in a party setting. Musical guests include singer/songwriter Tony Joe White performing several of his "swamp soul" songs, including "Groupie Girl"; and the rock group Muscatel. In other highlights, comedienne Jo Anne Worley talks about her chicken joke book and sings a serious ballad, "Too Long at the Fair"; comedian Milton Berle performs card tricks and sings some of the songs that he has written, after musical director Tommy Oliver sings a few; and dancer Barrie Chase performs and speaks about her work in the Fred Astaire television specials. Commercials deleted.

(This syndicated series aired in 1969.)


Details

  • NETWORK: Syndicated
  • DATE: 1969
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:46:59
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T:24964
  • GENRE: Variety
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Comedy
  • SERIES RUN:
  • COMMERCIALS:

Credits

  • David Sontag … Executive Producer
  • Lester Colodny … Producer
  • Rose Pichinson … Associate Producer
  • Bill R. Foster … Director
  • Ann Elder … Writer
  • Tony Hendra … Writer
  • Ken Shapiro … Writer
  • Tommy Oliver … Music (Misc. Credits), Musical Director
  • Cy Coleman … Theme Music by, "Playboy's Theme" composed by
  • Byron Gilliam … Dance Supervision by
  • Barrie Chase … Dancer
  • Muscatel … Music Group
  • Hugh Hefner … Host
  • Tony Joe White … Performer
  • Jo Anne Worley … Performer
  • Barbi Benton … Guest
  • Milton Berle … Guest