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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Tv Appearances 1960's Up for Trade

Ginger and the cast of "Mame" perform  for the Queen.

cast of HELLO, DOLLY!


Image quality 6/10 Missing few seconds from the final goodbyes.
Ginger is a guest star PANELISTMystery guest: Harry Belafonte

Harlow's Premiere - Newsreel - 1965 - 20 mins       *** New ***
Ginger and Carol Lynley are interviewed at the premiere of "Harlow".

The 17th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Tv Special - 1965 - 10 mins   *** New ***
Image quality 7.5/10
Ginger is introduced by Sammy Davis Jr. to presents the "Best Outstanding Individual Achievement 
in the Area of Entertainment" which is won by Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt but accepted by
 Joan Crawford and Melvin Douglas.


What's My Line? - Game Show - 1965 - 9 mins     *** New ***
Ginger Rogers and Carol Channing appears as mystery guests in this episodes of What's My Line?.

Suspence story starring Ginger as a controlling mother living on a remote 
island with her daughter and awaiting the return of her son.

Preview available here


Ginger performs in 2 numbers including a wonderful pantomine dance set to "These Foolish Things" and the closing singing number with Phil Harris, the host of that evening.

Ginger performs in 2 dancing numbers including a wonderful group dance and a duet of "How About You" with the Host of that evening.


The Ed Sullivan Show - Variety Show - December 8, 1963 - 57 mins
     *** New ***
Ginger performs two wonderful singing numbers. In the first one Ginger sings "Something's Gotta Give" surronded by male dancers. In the second Ginger sings a very poignant version of "They Can't Take That Away From Me".

What's My Line? - Game Show - August 5, 1962 - 25 mins      *** New ***


Password - Game Show - March 6, 1962 - 25 mins     *** New ***
Ginger is a contestant on Password.

I've Got a Secret - Game Show - February 26, 1962 - 20 mins    *** New ***
Ginger serves as a co-host for part of this episode of I've Got a Secret.

Ginger performs a lovely dance number to "I Could Have Dance All Night", sings "Some of These Days" with Georges Burn and Dinah and "Alice Is Very Beautiful" with Nat King Cole, George and Dinah.

Ginger presents award to tennis champion of 1961.
Kraft Music Hall ( The Perry Como Show ) - Variety Show - November 9, 1960 -  56 mins 
Image quality 6/10
Ginger gets in snappy introduction dialogue with Perry Como, do a classy, sexy dance to "Sweet Georgia Brown", sings a mendley of "I Won't Dance" songs with Perry and appears in a photoplay dance montage.

Ginger, Perry Como and Bob Hope appears in over 8 sketches together in this political satire.



Ginger appears in 4 numbers. She sings and dances to "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries, proves that sexy female comedians are funnier, poses as a kid with her own tv show and sings a trio with Steve Allen and Tony Bennett.



Ginger sings "I Got Rythm", plays a sneaky dancing Spanish Dame, and sings 
"Ballin' The Jack" with Bob Hope.



Never Too Late - The Zane Grey Theater - Tv Series - 1960 - 23 mins
A ranch owner (Ginger) hires a "foreman" to help her stand up to powerful men in the
county who thinks they are the law.