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Season 9 (NBC) (1966-67)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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NBC

9.01 [--] The Bell Telephone Hour: CHRISTMAS THROUGH THE AGES
18-Dec-1966
written by Margaret Lewerth
directed by Sid Smith
produced by Dan Lounsbery
Host Florence Henderson
starring
Sherrill Milnes, Gianna d'Angelo
Brunilda Ruiz, Richard Gain
Anita Gillette, Bruce Yarnell
This episode presents Christmas music from various time periods and dance performances.

9.02 [--] The Bell Telephone Hour: FIRST LADIES OF OPERA
01-Jan-1967
written by Robert Sherman
directed by Kirk Browning
producer Dan Lounsbery
starring
Birgit Nilsson, Leontyne Price
Joan Sutherland, Renata Tebaldi
This episode presents performances by four women opera singers and
discussions between them and the host about their careers.

9.03 [--] The Bell Telephone Hour: THE SOUNDS AND SIGHTS OF SAN FRANCISCO
29-Jan-1967
written by Ed Spiegel
directed by Ed Spiegel
produced by Ed Spiegel
director of photography Eric Daarstad
narrated by Carl Princi
hosted by Don Voorhees

This San Francisco music tour swings from jazz to opera. Cameras view
musicians against a backdrop of Bay City landmarks. John Handy, top alto
saxophonist in the Downbeat Jazz Critics' Poll, plays at Stern Grove
before an audience of 22,000; Sylvia Davis and the San Francisco Opera
Company rehearse and perform Mozart's The marriage of Figaro; and Zola
Dishong dances to the electronically composed Le tombe de Edgar Allan
Poe. Also seen and heard: the folk-rockin' Jefferson Airplane group, in a
psychedelic-light environment; young pianist Patricia Michaelian,
appearing with the San Francisco Symphony; husband-and-wife pianists Milton
and Peggy Salkind; and the San Francisco Ballet. Highlights: Spanish
lady, Scheme no. 1--Handy; Schumann's Piano Concerto in A
Minor--Michaelian; Chopin's Variations in D Major, Gravities, Polka--the Salkinds;
It's no secret--Jefferson Airplane.

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