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#6100: HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: LISA BRIGHT AND DARK
1973-11-28, NBC, 90 min.
John Forsythe, Anson Williams, Ann Baxter, Kaye Lenz

A sobering drama about a teenage girl in the throes of a nervous breakdown. Kaye Lenz, Ann Baxter, John Forsythe, Anson Williams, and others.
#8498: MAGNIFICENT MARBLE MACHINE, THE
1975-10-25, NBC, 30 min.
Leslie Uggams, Art James, Arte Johnson, Adrienne Barbeau, Anson Williams

July 11th, 1975-June 11th, 1976.

Daytime game show that tried to capitalize on the pinball machine craze. Celebrity and contestant pairs played a word game with the winning pair earning the opportunity to play a giant pinball machine for prizes.   

Host: Art James          
#3868: MAC DAVIS SHOW, THE
1976-03-18, WNBC, 52 min.
Dean Martin, Mac Davis, Tina Turner, Anson Williams, Shields and Yarnell

July 11, 1974-August 29, 1974; December 19, 1974-May 22, 1975; March 18, 1976-June 17, 1976. This was the first broadcast of the series. Singer Mac Davis hosted three hour-long variety shows. Regulars included mimes Shields and Yarnell.
#7776: BREAK THE BANK
1976-04-22, ABC, 30 min.
Jan Murray, Tom Bosley, Pat McCormick, Sandy Duncan, Lee Meriwether, Liz Torres, Anson Williams, Alex Karras, Tom Kennedy, Janet DuBois

April 12, 1976 - July 23, 1976 (76 first run episodes)
September 18, 1976 - February 26, 1977 (19 first run episodes)
(Re-runs beginning in February 29, 1977 to September 11, 1977)

Break the Bank had two separate runs on American television. The first was as a daily series that aired from April 12 to July 23, 1976, on ABC, airing at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/1:30 Central. Although the series was popular, the network canceled it in order to expand the soap operas One Life to Live and General Hospital, both of which followed it on the daytime schedule, from 30 minutes to 45 minutes. The show quickly returned as a weekly syndicated game from September 18, 1976, to September 11, 1977.

The ABC daytime series had 76 episodes, including the 3/23 and 5/20 pilots. The syndicated series had 24 episodes with 5 of them being rerun. The last episode for the entire series was on February 26, 1977, with reruns airing until September 11th of that year. In 1994, GSN added Break the Bank to their lineup. This continued until 1997, and since then, no episodes from the series have been broadcast on television again. Currently, 17 episodes from the original Tom Kennedy series and 3 episodes from the syndicated Jack Barry series have been uploaded and steam on YouTube.

NOTE: complete with all commercials.  
                                                                                                   
#7780: BREAK THE BANK
1976-05-28, ABC, 30 min.
Rip Taylor, Jan Murray, Dick Gautier, Soupy Sales, Anson Williams, Meredith MacRae, Tom Kennedy, Joyce Brothers, Jaye P Morgan, Mary Ann Mobley

 April 12, 1976 - July 23, 1976 (76 first run episodes)
September 18, 1976 - February 26, 1977 (19 first run episodes)
(Re-runs beginning in February 29, 1977 to September 11, 1977)

Break the Bank had two separate runs on American television. The first was as a daily series that aired from April 12 to July 23, 1976, on ABC, airing at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/1:30 Central. Although the series was popular, the network canceled it in order to expand the soap operas One Life to Live and General Hospital, both of which followed it on the daytime schedule, from 30 minutes to 45 minutes. The show quickly returned as a weekly syndicated game from September 18, 1976, to September 11, 1977.

The ABC daytime series had 76 episodes, including the 3/23 and 5/20 pilots. The syndicated series had 24 episodes with 5 of them being rerun. The last episode for the entire series was on February 26, 1977, with reruns airing until September 11th of that year. In 1994, GSN added Break the Bank to their lineup. This continued until 1997, and since then, no episodes from the series have been broadcast on television again. Currently, 17 episodes from the original Tom Kennedy series and 3 episodes from the syndicated Jack Barry series have been uploaded and steam on YouTube.

NOTE: Complete with commercials. 

                                                                                                                
#7848: CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES
1976-06-11, NBC, 30 min.
Arte Johnson, Anson Williams, James Farentino, Kate Jackson, Carol Wayne, Jim McKrell, Pat Harrington Jr

Daytime- April 1st, 1974- October 1st, 1976
Syndicated- September 9th, 1974- September 1975
Syndicated- September 20th, 1976- September 1977
Announcers: Bill Armstrong, Dick Tufeld, John Harlan

A game show involving two contestants, six celebrities, and the studio audience. Frequently seen on the celebrity panel were Carol Wayne, Buddy Hackett, Dick Martin, and Joey Bishop. 

Host: Jim McKrell. Very few episodes of this quiz show survive.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           
#2295: EASY DOES IT... STARRING FRANKIE AVALON
1976-09-15, WCBS, 26 min.
Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Anson Williams

August 25, 1976-September 15, 1976. This was the final broadcast of the series. A four-week summer variety series starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello.
#8114: EASY DOES IT... STARRING FRANKIE AVALON
1976-09-15, WCBS, 26 min.
Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Anson Williams

August 25, 1976-September 15, 1976. This was the final broadcast of the series. A four-week summer variety series starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello.  

Dupe Of # 2295.           
#2170: DOLLY
1976-10-23, WNEW, 27 min.
Anson Williams, Dolly Parton

1976-1977 (Syndicated). A half hour of country and western music, hosted by Dolly Parton.
#8305: HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1976-10-27, NBC, 30 min.
Paul Lynde, Rose Marie, Bernadette Peters, Charlie Callas, McLean Stevenson, Anson Williams, Peter Marshall, Earl Holliman, Karen Valentine, Vic Braden

October 17th, 1966- June 20th, 1980 (Daytime)
January 12th, 1968- September 13th, 1968 (Prime Time)
November 1st, 1971- September 1981.(Syndicated)

One of the longest-running daytime game shows on NBC television.

Host: Peter Marshall                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
#10015A: GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS, 34TH ANNUAL, THE
1977-01-29, NBC, 90 min.
Carol Burnett, Sophia Loren, Jack Jones, Tom Bosley, Henry Winkler, Shelley Winters, Paul Williams, Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner, Raquel Welch, Mary Tyler Moore, Harry Belafonte, Mel Brooks, Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand, Charo, Lee Majors, Rita Moreno, Penny Marshall, Anson Williams, Darleen Carr, Cindy Williams, Gavin MacLeod, Karen Valentine, Paul Michael Glaser, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lynda Carter, Kate Jackson, Edward Asner, Roy Scheider, Michael Douglas, Piper Laurie, Faye Dunaway, Maureen OHara, Peter Finch, Slyvester Stallone, Jodie Foster, Katherine Ross, Farrah Fawcett, Nick Nolte, Peter Strauss, Jill Ireland, John Cassavetes, Jessica Lange, Al Molinaro, Gena Rowlands, Cybil Sheperd, Jan-Michael Vincent, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Stephanie Zimbalist

The 34th Annual Golden Globe Awards for 1976 are presented.

Host: Harry Belafonte.

                                     
#5073: BING: A 50TH ANNIVERSARY GALA
1977-03-20, WCBS, 78 min.
Debbie Reynolds, Martha Raye, Bob Hope, Paul Anka, Pearl Bailey, The Mills Brothers, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Sandy Duncan, Donald O'Connor, Anson Williams, Kathryn Crosby, Mary Frances, Nathaniel Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet, Bette Midler

Bing Crosby celebrates 50 years in show business dancing and singing with his family.
#7010: BING: 50TH ANNIVERSARY GALA
1977-03-20, CBS, 00 min.
Debbie Reynolds, Bob Hope, Paul Anka, Pearl Bailey, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Sandy Duncan, Anson Williams, Kathryn Crosby, Mary Frances, Nathaniel Crosby, Bette Midler, Mills Brothers, Joe Bushkin Quartet

Bing Crosby celebrates 50 years in show business, dancing and singing with his family.  

Dupe Of 5073.                        
#7785: BREAK THE BANK
1977-05-14, SYN, 30 min.
Pearl Bailey, Jan Murray, Anne Meara, Nipsey Russell, Shelley Winters, Jimmie Walker, Anson Williams, Bob Crane, Jack Barry, Vikki Lawrence

April 12, 1976 - July 23, 1976 (76 first run episodes)
September 18, 1976 - February 26, 1977 (19 first run episodes)
(Re-runs beginning in February 29, 1977 to September 11, 1977)

This is a re-run episode originally broadcast in September 1976.

Break the Bank had two separate runs on American television. The first was as a daily series that aired from April 12 to July 23, 1976, on ABC, airing at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/1:30 Central. Although the series was popular, the network canceled it in order to expand the soap operas One Life to Live and General Hospital, both of which followed it on the daytime schedule, from 30 minutes to 45 minutes. The show quickly returned as a weekly syndicated game from September 18, 1976, to September 11, 1977.

The ABC daytime series had 76 episodes, including the 3/23 and 5/20 pilots. The syndicated series had 24 episodes with 5 of them being rerun. The last episode for the entire series was on February 26, 1977, with reruns airing until September 11th of that year. In 1994, GSN added Break the Bank to their lineup. This continued until 1997, and since then, no episodes from the series have been broadcast on television again. Currently, 17 episodes from the original Tom Kennedy series and 3 episodes from the syndicated Jack Barry series have been uploaded and steam on YouTube.   

NOTE: Complete with commercials.                                                                                                                                                                                         
#2155G: DOLLY
1977-06-25, WNEW, 27 min.
Anson Williams, Dolly Parton

1976-1977 (Syndicated). A half hour of country and western music, hosted by Dolly Parton.
#8888: MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW, THE
1977-10-11, SYN, 90 min.
Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Mike Douglas, Anson Williams, Donny Most, Linda Lavin, Polly Holliday, Beth Howland

1963-1982 (SYNDICATED). Mike Douglas hosted one of television's longest-running talk shows (19 years). Each week Douglas was joined by a different co-host. In 1967, "The Mike Douglas Show" became the first syndicated talk show to win an Emmy Award.

Broadcast from 1963-1978 in Philadelphia Broadcast from 1978-1982 in Los Angeles Guests are Donny Most, Anson Williams, Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Beth Howland, Polly Holliday, Donny Most, and Linda Lavin.
#2263: DONNY AND MARIE
1977-10-23, WABC, 52 min.
Marie Osmond, Lola Falana, Donny Osmond, Anson Williams, Abe Vigoda, Donny Most

January 23, 1976-January 19, 1979. This was the Birthday Special broadcast. The first variety hour hosted by a brother-and-sister team. Additional regulars included Jim Connell and Hank Garcia.
#1804: CHUCK BARRIS RAH-RAH SHOW, THE
1978-03-14, WNBC, 52 min.
Bobby Vinton, Chita Rivera, Chuck Barris, Anson Williams, Rose Royce, Gary Mule Deer, Tavares, The Oak Ridge Boys

February 28, 1978-April 11, 1978. A prime-time variety hour hosted by game show magnate Chuck Barris. The show featured celebrity guest stars as well as acts originally seen on "The Gong Show."
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