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Monday, February 15, 2021

This Day in TV History: A night of specials

50 years ago tonight, NBC brought us its latest Bob Hope Special, co-starring Teresa graves, Petula Clark, and in a sketch I don't think I want to see, "Miss Worley plays an obnoxious child who drives a burglar crazy," as per Ultimate70s.com. In his book Thanks for the Video Memories, Wesley Hyatt gives the special *** but Bob himself **** and singles out the opening skit with Der Bingle for praise.

Following Bob on this Monday night: Pure Goldie, a new variety special starring Goldie Hawn and produced by sitcom vets Sam Denoff and Bill Persky. They had all worked together on Good Morning, World in the 1967-68 season.

The special is an apparent rarity, but I did find this clip with Kermit the Frog:

40 years ago tonight, NBC had an interesting lineup: new special Doug Henning's World of Magic, a screening of Animal House, and the original production Women Who Rate a 10. I'm sure that last one is as classy and non-exploitative as all TV from the era is. Believe it or not, though, the ladies got their say first; this is a follow-up to Fall 1980's Men Who Rate a 10.




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