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Sep. 27, 1962
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USA
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The Andy Williams Show (1962)

Following on from the 1958 show of the same name this showcased the talents of Andy Williams. The format was Andy would sing a song then introduce other artistes and sometimes duet with them and finally finish the show.

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05x27 Ike & Tina Turner / José Feliciano Aired: Mar. 19, 1967

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  • Although Edward Stephenson was Andy Williams' series art director, for the "Kaleidoscope Company" music variety special, James (Jim) Trittipo was the Production Designer. The TV Special was…
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    Although Edward Stephenson was Andy Williams' series art director, for the "Kaleidoscope Company" music variety special, James (Jim) Trittipo was the Production Designer. The TV Special was prepped during the early summer of 1967, taping in August at NBC TV Burbank.
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  • "Andy Williams' Kaleidoscope Company" advertising sponsor was Colonel Saunders' Kentucky Fried Chicken. Provided a "star dressing room" adjacent to the NBC Studio-Stage 2 double door…
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    "Andy Williams' Kaleidoscope Company" advertising sponsor was Colonel Saunders' Kentucky Fried Chicken. Provided a "star dressing room" adjacent to the NBC Studio-Stage 2 double door entrance, Colonel Saunders, during the three day taping schedule, held court greeting every member of the cast-crew as they sampled pieces of the new original recipe for his fried chicken product. KFC was introduced to the U.S.A. and this one hour musical variety show was probably the first national advertising exposure. The crew's daily dinner break was held in a rehearsal studio opposite NBC Studios-Stage 1, (Bob Hope's dedicated show stage, later, the Johnny Carson Tonight Show stage). KFC served the entire menu of the following: biscuits and honey, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn on the cob, cold-cabbage slaw, and buckets of fried chicken. Colonel Saunders was always seated with Andy Williams at the cast banquet table while signing autographs and posing for crew photographs.
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  • During the 1967-68 and 1968-69 seasons, the number of shows was reduced to three specials per year before returning to the weekly format on 20 September 1969. During these two seasons, four…
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    During the 1967-68 and 1968-69 seasons, the number of shows was reduced to three specials per year before returning to the weekly format on 20 September 1969. During these two seasons, four specials were made.
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