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This Is Tom Jones And His Hits, 1969 Live in London & Los Angeles
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This Is Tom Jones And His Hits, 1969 Live in London & Los Angeles Running from a period of almost 3 years(1969, 70, 71), this show showcased some of the finest talent In entertainment around at the time. Each show had 2/3 main guests including The Bee Gee's, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Tony Bennett, Aretha Franklyn, Janis Joplin, the Who, Mary Hopkins, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, The Moody Blues, Sergio Mendez, Peter Sellers, Richard Prior, George Carlin, Herman's Hermits, Nancy Wilson, Davy Jones, Rich Little, Lulu, Terry Thomas, Julie Driscoll, The 5th Dimension, Dusty Springfield, Engelbert Humperdinck, The Foundations, Paul Anka, The Dave Clark Five, Anita Harris, Donovan, The Hollies, Cleo Laine, Sonny and Cher, Sammy Davis Junior, Bobby Darin, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Anthony Newley, Crosby, stills Nash and Young, Jose Feliciano, Wilson Pickett, Matt Monroe, Charles Aznavour, Mama Cass Elliot, Johnny Cash, June Carter, Jeannie C. Riley, Glen Campbell, Sandi Shaw, Liza Minelli, Frankie Vaughan, Victor Borge, Lonnie Donegan, Phil Harris, Kenny Rogers, Joe Cocker, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Bob Hope, Billy Eckstine, Bobbie Gentry, Raquel Welch, Lou Rawls, Ray Charles, Anne Bancroft, Burt Bacharach, Diahann Carroll, Nancy Sinatra, Jerry Reed, Jim Sullivan, Perry Como, Debbie Reynolds, Ray Stevens, Jack Jones, Buddy Greco, Ella Fitzgerald, Shirley Bassey, John Denver, Petula Clark, Tina Charles, Frank Gorshin, Liberace, Dave Edmunds, Connie Stevens & the Muppets, Bruce Forsyth & Juliet Prowse - What a selection. The series disappeared from our screens untill about 6 years ago when Time Life started releasing compilation sets of the show. Many shows were thought missing as the archive was split on both sides of the Atlantic. Many of the earlier shows being shot in both colour and black and white (with two sets of camera's) colour for the American 525 line NTSC colour market and the UK and Europe being mostly still on monochrome 625 line(commercial TV gen

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