CTVA US Music Variety - "The Keane Brothers Show" (CBS)(Summer 1977)

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The Keane Brothers Show (1977)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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THE KEANE BROTHERS SHOW
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Pierre Cossette Production
CBS Fridays at 7pm
Executive Producer Pierre Cossette
Producer Buz Kohan
Associate Producer Allan Baumrucker
Director Tony Charmoli
Writers: Bob Arnott, Garry Ferrier and Aubrey Tadman
Musical Director Alan Copeland
Choreographer Anita Mann
Art Director Jack McAdam

US Music Variety series 1977  4 episodes x 30 min
Staring:
The Keane Brothers
Tom Keane (age 13) John Keane (age 12)
Regulars:
Impressionist Jimmy Caesar
The Anita Mann Dancers

*NOTE: This was a four week summer series.

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CBS Fridays at 7pm

[01] The Keane Brothers Show
12Aug1977 CBS Friday
Guest
Burt Reynolds
plus regulars
impressionist Jimmy Caesar
Anita Mann Dancers
Highlights:
The Keane Brothers perform "Help" and "Come on Home, Country Boy".
Jimmy Caesar as their neighbor Mr. Goober sells the boys tickets to a fund-raising dinner featuring alot
of well-known celebrities.
Anita Mann Dancers join the brothers in a concert spot for "I Wanna Get Back on the Floor and Boogie".
John solos with "My Song".
The Keane Brothers close with "Cute".
*NOTE: Film sequence by Stu Bernstein and Eytan Keller.
*NOTE: The Keane Brothers performed for the Burt Reynolds Supper Club.

[02] The Keane Brothers Show
19Aug1977 CBS Friday
Guest
Andy Williams
plus regulars
impressionist Jimmy Caesar
Anita Mann Dancers

Highlights:
The Keane Brothers open the show with "Sherry" after their neighbor Mr. Goober (Jimmy Caesar) gives them some
instructions in the correct use of a microphone.
Jimmy Caesar as Mr. Goober sings "Feelings" done by several famous personalities.
Andy sings "It Was A Very Good Year" with Tom and John singing their own version.
The Anita Mann Dancers join Tom and John in the music room to practice their production number and then the
brothers perform "The Ugly One".
Tom and John perform "Sing, Sing, Sing" in the concert segment.
Tom solos with "Georgia On My Mind".
The Keane Brothers close the show with "Four Brothers".
*TRIVIA: The boys asked Andy how much money he made from "Moon River". Andy tells the boys that he was able
to buy a little property. The boys asked what and Andy replied "Canada".

*NOTE: View this episode at  http://www.casttv.com/video/9fy2zy1/andy-williams-on-the-keane-brothers-show-1977-video

[03] The Keane Brothers Show
26Aug1977 CBS Friday
Guest
Betty White
plus regulars
impressionist Jimmy Caesar
Anita Mann Dancers
Highlights:
Betty White camps it up with the Keane Brothers for "The Man I Love".
The Keane Brothers perform "Amy (Show the World You're There)" their tribute to President Carter's daughter.
Jimmy Caesar plays the make-belive neighbor Mr. Goober of the Keanes' who comes by to get a photograph of the
boys for a celebrity book and then tries to identify the other stars in their album.
The Keane Brothers sing "God Loves Little Girls".
The Keane Brothers are joined by the Anita Mann Dancers in the production number "Me Corazona-La Bamba".
John solos with "We're All Alone".
The Keane Brothers close the show with an instrumental number "Flying Home".

[04] The Keane Brothers Show
02Sep1977 CBS Friday
Guest
Bob Keane, former band leader, and father of Tom and John Keane
plus regulars
impressionist Jimmy Caesar
Anita Mann Dancers
Highlights:
Jimmy Caesar, as the boys wacky neighbor, Mr. Goober, visits with the exciting news that he's auditioning for
a talent show and "tests" his act on Tom and John.
The Keane Brothers perform "Keep on Rollin'," are visited by The Anita Mann Dancers for one last rehearsal,
then play "Goodbye Summer."
In the concert segment, they perform a production number with the dancers, "Grandma's Feather Bed," Tom solos
with "Misty," and their father, Bob Keane, joins them with his clarinet for "Wire Brush Stomp."


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