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  • After the variety show had been on the air, Dale Robertson hosted his first Hollywood Palace (seventh show to air). The finale of the show featured the Hollywood Palace's "Billboard Girl -…
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    After the variety show had been on the air, Dale Robertson hosted his first Hollywood Palace (seventh show to air). The finale of the show featured the Hollywood Palace's "Billboard Girl - Raquel Welch" joining the host with a billboard flier featuring the line-up for the next week show. The host would read the paper flier prior to the closing credits. During the dress "taped" show, Dale Robertson handed the billboard flier back to Raquel, telling her to read the performers. Raquel, unprepared, stumbled through the reading. Taping the air show, Dale, after receiving the flier, read the performer's and the show's host names. On Dale Robertson's second hosting assignment (19th show), he repeated his dress rehearsal reading of the billboard, handing the flier back to Raquel. This time, Raquel read and expertly announced the performers names. Dale turned to the audience and said in surprise "they taught her how to read since I was last here!" Nick Vanoff, preventing any future repeat of embarrassing situation, had made Raquel read the billboard for each show's dress rehearsal.
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  • An adjacent parking lot to the Hollywood Palace Studio/Theater became a production area for circus trapeze and animal acts, which required a greater footprint for staging. The CBS TV New York…
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    An adjacent parking lot to the Hollywood Palace Studio/Theater became a production area for circus trapeze and animal acts, which required a greater footprint for staging. The CBS TV New York Ed Sullivan Show could not accommodate these performers. The unique staging area became a major asset for the performers appearing on the Hollywood Palace. All of these acts were performed at night, with an audience sitting in bleachers. Engineering required extra facilities requirements, which included cameras, sound, lighting, costumes, scenery, and technical staffs. These acts and performances were "banked" on tape (held in the tape vault) and scheduled into the series show schedule. Scheduling these acts and performances required major expense to pay for travel expenses, set-ups, residential accommodation, and contract agreements. The producers, Nick Vanoff and Bill Harbach, spared no expense to showcase novel world renowned performers. With the exposure of the Knickerbocker Hotel sign, atop the hotel located directly behind the Hollywood Palace Theater, viewers planning a vacation would try to book hotel reservations! The Knickerbocker Hotel had been purchased by the Methodist Church for a retirement home. The Methodist's were not running a hotel turning away many telephone reservation requests.
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  • With the third season completed, the King Sisters, having appeared on the Hollywood Palace, negotiated with Nick Vanoff and Bill Harbach (Zodiac Productions) to produce a musical television…
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    With the third season completed, the King Sisters, having appeared on the Hollywood Palace, negotiated with Nick Vanoff and Bill Harbach (Zodiac Productions) to produce a musical television pilot variety series for ABC Television. In August, 1966, Zodiac Productions (the Hollywood Palace's staff show team-personnel) assembled the "The King Sisters and Family", taped as a pilot series presentation and submitted to the ABC TV Network. The principle selling point was to match the studio-stage "Lawrence Welk Show" scheduling, alternating the week with another television family show for the new 1966-1967 Network program schedule. ABC TV "bought the pilot" and the King Sisters' show went into production. The Art Department (Jim Trittipo and Hub Braden) was replaced with Romaine Johnston (Production Designer) and Michael Baugh (Art Director). Additional new hires replaced the "Zodiac personnel" positions.
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