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STEVE ALLEN SHOW 1956 (Rockabilly Christmas)

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THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW 1956 (Rockabilly Christmas)
U.S. TV show. Dec-23-56. Lots of Santa Claus and Christmas tree fun! Rockabilly duo The Collins Kids (Larry and Lorrie Collins), tear the place up!

The stage is decked out with a Christmas and the Collins Kids belt out "Rock Around The Clock" and "In My Teens." Larry twirls and gyrates while rocking on double-neck guitar.

Ricky Vera and Steve Allen sing, "Can I Wait Up For Santa Claus." Alan Young (future "Wilbur" on Mr. Ed) as a down-on-his-luck street corner Santa Claus who teaches a ragamuffin kid the true meaning of Christmas.

"Man on the Street." Topic: Do you believe in Santa? Norman Vincent Peale talks about the holidays. The Vienna Boys Choir performs "Silent Night" from the UN building. Martha Raye, Alan Young, the Vienna Boys Choir, the Collins Kids, Ricky Vera, Norman Vincent Peale, Skitch Henderson, Louis Nye. Includes original commercials.

THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW 1957
U.S. TV show. Jan-27-56. Rockabilly duo The Collins Kids (Larry and Lorrie Collins), go wild on "Razzle Dazzle." Pearl Bailey sings "You've Got It Made" and "Hooray for Love." Don Adams (future Maxwell Smart) does a stand-up routine on women's intuition.

Charles Van Doren (quiz show winner and future man of shame) talks with Steve about his winnings on the quiz show Twenty-One. Steve Lawrence sings "Banana Boat Song" and "Up A Lazy River."

Steve investigates America's weight problem in "The Allen Report to the Nation." The Collins Kids, Pearl Bailey, Charles Van Doren, Don Adams, Steve Lawrence, Lilli Palmer. Includes original commercials.


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