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HULLABALOO SEASON TWO - VOLUME 11 & 12 1965

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The BEST QUALITY EPISODES of HULLABALOO!

Hullabaloo is one of American's most fondly remembered pop music TV programs of the 1960s. It showcased some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll, R&B and folk, and introduced America to many British invasion artists and groups.

These are complete 1/2 hour episodes from season two. Most include original commercials.

Hullabaloo aired from January 1965 through April 1966. Season one episodes ran 60 minutes. Season two episodes were shortened to 30 minutes. Hullabaloo went off the air on April 11, 1966.


Note: This title comes on two discs.

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 23. The Supremes, Len Barry, Leslie Uggams, Paul Anka, More!
Oct-18-65. Host: Paul Anka: "It Only Takes A Moment." Diana Ross and the Supremes: "I Hear A Symphony." Leslie Uggams: "Alexander's Ragtime Band." The Back Porch Majority: "Wait And See." David Winters Dancers: "Yesterday." Paul Anka: "Treat Her Right." Leslie Uggams & The Back Porch Majority: "Everybody Loves A Clown." Diana Ross & The Supremes: "Lovers' Concerto." Paul Anka and cast: "A Little Bit Better." Len Barry: "One Two Three." David Winters: "Hang On Sloopy."


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 24. Petula Clark, Kim Weston, Sam The Sham, More!
Oct-25-65. Host: Petula Clark: "I Know A Place," "Downtown." Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs: "Ring Dang Doo." Kim Weston: "Take Me In Your Arms." Noel Harrison: "A Young Girl." Petula Clark and Noel Harrison: "Knees Up Mother Brown." The Toys: "A Lover's Concerto." Pat Adiarte: "Five Different Girls." Petula Clark: "Round Every Corner."


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 25. Herman's Hermits, The Lovin' Spoonful, Lesley Gore, More!
Nov-1-65. Hosts: Herman's Hermits: "I'm Henry VII, I Am." Lola Falana: "A Foggy Day In London," "Chicago." The Lovin' Spoonful: "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice." Peter Noone: "Real Live Girl." Lesley Gore: "My Town, My Guy and Me." Dick Kallman: "Looking Around." David Winters Dancers: "Hullabaloo-A-Go-Go." Top Pop medley: Peter Noone: "Positively Fourth Street." The Lovin' Spoonful: "May The Bird Of Paradise." Lola Falana and David Winters: "Everyone's Gone To The Moon." Leslie Gore and Dick Kallman: "Everybody Loves A Clown." Herman's Hermits: "Just A Little Bit Better."


HULLABALOO - Season 2, Show 26. INCOMPLETE. Marvin Gaye, Dusty Springfield.
Nov-8-65. Marvin Gaye: "People," "Ain't That Peculiar?" Dusty Springfield: "Some of Your Lovin'."


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 27. The Rolling Stones, The Kingsmen, Brenda Lee, More!
Nov-15-65. Host: Barry McGuire: "The Lonesome Road." The Kingsmen: "Louie, Louie," "Money." Brenda Lee, Barbara McNair and Barry McGuire: "Gotta Get A Goin'." Barbara McNair: "You're Gonna Love My Baby." Brenda Lee: "Yesterday's Gone." Rolling Stones film. The Rolling Stones: "She Said Yeah," "Get Off Of My Cloud." Barry McGuire: "This Precious Time."


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 28. EPISODE MISSING.
Nov-22-65.


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 29. Jackie DeShannon, The Byrds, Paul Revere & Raiders, More!
Nov-29-65. Host: Michael Landon: "I Like It Like That." The Byrds: "The Times They Are A-Changin'." Jackie DeShannon: "A Lifetime Of Loneliness." Hullabaloo Dancers: "Satisfaction." Chad And Jill: "The Cruel War." Top Pop medley: Michael Landon: "You Were On My Mind." Jackie DeShannon: "You've Got Your Troubles." The Byrds: "Do You Believe In Magic?" Chad and Jill, Michael Landon: "Houston." Paul Revere and The Raiders: "Steppin' Out." Note: This episode was supposed to air October 4, 1965 but was pre-empted by news coverage of Pope Paul VI's visit to New York City.


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 30. The Hollies, Nancy Sinatra, The Yardbirds, More!
Dec-6-65. Host: Frankie Avalon: "Do I Hear A Waltz?" The Hollies: "Look Through Any Window." Nancy Sinatra: "So Long Babe." Lola Falana: "Wouldn't It Be Lovely." Medley: Current TV theme songs. The Yardbirds: "I'm A Man."


HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 31. The Four Tops, The Supremes, Steve Miller, More!
Dec-13-65. Host: Robert Vaughn: "I Want a Girl." Goldberg-Miller Blues Band (with Steve Miller): "The Mother Song." The Supremes: "Children's Christmas Song." The Serendipity Singers: "When Peaches Grow On Lilac Trees." The Four Tops: "Something About You." Robert Vaughn: "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter." The Four Tops: "A Taste of Honey." The Supremes: "My Favorite Things." Robert Vaughn and the Serendipity Singers: "Second Hand Rose." Robert Vaughn and cast: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." Pete Matz and His Orchestra: "Hullabaloo A Go-Go Symphony."

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