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THIS IS BOBBY DARIN 1960

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THIS IS BOBBY DARIN 1960
U.K. TV. Apr-23-60. Val Parnell's Spectacular Presents: "This Is Bobby Darin." Bobby Darin hosts the show, performs and introduces other artists including Duane Eddy and Clyde McPhatter. Live performances!

Bobby Darin performs: "Guys and Dolls" and "Mack the Knife." Pete Murray assists Bobby introducing Duane Eddy and the Rebels who perform, "Shazam."

Bobby mentions he likes folk songs, he then hands a guitar to Duane Eddy who plays as Bobby sings, "I'm Just A County Boy." Pete Murray introduces Bobby singing, "The Gal That Got Away." Bobby introduces Clyde McPhatter who sings, "Think Me a Kiss."

A terrific segment with Bobby playing piano while Clyde McPhatter sings, "Have Mercy Baby." Darin introduces Rosemary Squires singing, "Solitude" (with dancing by Irving Davies and Frances Pidgeon).

Bobby sings, "La Mer (Beyond the Sea)" followed by his new single, "Clementine." Bobby has an interview with Pete Murray, followed by a short dance lesson from Irving Davies. Rosemary Squires joins Darin to sing, "Crazy Over You." Bobby sings closing number.

Bobby Darin, Duane Eddy and the Rebels, Clyde McPhatter, Rosemary Squires, Pete Murray. This TV special was recorded in England one week after the terrible loss of Eddie Cochran. This Is Bobby Darin!

Plus this bonus selection...

COKE TIME 1960
U.S. TV show. Variety show hosted by Pat Boone. A special episode focusing on the years between twelve and twenty – the teenage years! Starring: Bobby Darin, Paul Anka, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes, Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Bob Denver (as Maynard G. Krebbs), Anita Bryant.


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