CTVA US Music Variety - "The Donald O'ConnorShow" (NBC)(1954-55)

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The Donald O'Connor Show (1954-55)
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THE DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW
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NBC
Produced by Edward D. Glicksman

US Music Variety series 1954-55 (30 min)

Hosted by Donald O'Connor
Regulars:
Regina Gleason
Sid Miller
Joyce Smight
Jan Arvan
Joyce Holden
Laurette Luez
Olan Soule
Nestor Paiva
Eileen Janssen

The Al Goodman Orchestra

Background:
Singer-Dancer Donald O'Connor had previously hosted "The Colgate Comedy Hour" (1951-54)
and was probably best known for the film musical "Singin' In The Rain" (1952)

Most Music Variety series were either "Live"/ "Kinescope" or "Videotaped"
"The Donald O'Connor Show" was unusual in that it was shot on Film. (to be verified)

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NBC Saturdays 9:30-10:00pm ET (30 min) (9Oct54-10Sep55) (fortnightly)
Alternating with "The Jimmy Durante Show"

The Donald O'Connor Show (1968)

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Donald O'Connor returned to television in 1968
with a Syndicated Interview series
Regulars:
The Alan Copeland Orchestra
Announcer: Joyce Jameson

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