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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 32. Tony and the Tigers, The Bantams, Little Lisa, More!
Dec-20-65. Christmas episode. Host: Jerry Lewis: "This Old Man," "Old McDonald March" Tony and the Tigers: "When The Party's Over." (Group with Soupy Sales' sons Tony & Hunt). Little Lisa: "Puppet On A String." Dick Williams Kids: "What's New Pussycat?" Jerry Lewis with sons Chris & Scotty: "Jingle Bells," "Just Because We're Kids." Jerry Lewis and cast: "12 Days of Christmas." Jerry Lewis with sons: "Edelweiss." Hullabaloo Kids: "The Twelve Days Of Christmas." (w/ Special Hullabaloo lyrics). The Bantams: "Do You Love Me," "Susie Q." Jerry Lewis: "Goodnight Little People."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 33. The Young Rascals, Brenda Lee, The Womenfolk, More!
Dec-27-65. Host: Alan King: "I Won't Dance." The Young Rascals: "I Ain't Gonna Eat My Heart Out Any More." Brenda Lee: "Who Can I Turn To?" Hullabaloo Dancers: "England Swings." Members of the New York Knicks basketball team are introduced. The Womenfolk: "Quittin' Time." Medley: Alan King and Brenda Lee: "Wham," "Caldonia," "Downtown," "Let Me Off Uptown," "Shanty In Old Shanty Town." The Young Rascals: "Good Lovin'."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 34. The Beatles, Lesley Gore, Ramsey Lewis, More!
Jan-3-66. Host: Roger Smith: "Chim Chim Cheree." The Beatles: "Day Tripper" (Promo video, taped in England.) Jonathan King: "Everyone's Gone to the Moon," "Where the Sun Has Never Shone." Lesley Gore: "We Know We're In Love." Top Pop medley (Top hits of 1965): Jonathan King, Lesley Gore, and Roger Smith: "You Were On My Mind." Ramsey Lewis: "The In Crowd." Lesley Gore and Roger Smith: "You're the One I Love." Lesley Gore: "Downtown." Hullabaloo Dancers: "Help." Jonathan King: "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling." Lesley Gore: "Stop In the Name of Love." Lesley Gore, Jonathan King, Roger Smith and Ramsey Lewis: "Satisfaction." Roger Smith: "Can't Help Myself." Entire cast: "Wooly Bully." The Beatles: "We Can Work It Out." (Promo video, taped in England). Ramsey Lewis Trio: "Hang On, Sloopy."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 35. The McCoys, Peter & Gordon, Barry McGuire, More!
Jan-10-66. Host: Leslie Uggams: "I Could Have Danced All Night." The Shangri-La's: "Long Live Our Love." Barry McGuire: "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands." Peter & Gordon: "Woman." Leslie Uggams, Peter & Gordon: "You Are My Sunshine." Leslie Uggams and Barry McGuire: medley: "England Swings," "In The Summertime," "Do Wacka Do," "You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd," "Chuga Lug Chuga Lug," "Engine Engine Number Nine," "King Of The Road." The McCoys: "Fever."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 36. Everly Brothers, Freddie & Dreamers, The Vogues, More!
Jan-17-66. Host: Trini Lopez: "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey." The Vogues: "Five O'Clock World." The Everly Brothers: "The Price of Love." The Everly Brothers and Trini Lopez: medley: "Wake Up, Little Susie," "Bye Bye, Love," "Bird Dog." David Winters: "The Anti-Protest Song." Freddie and the Dreamers: "A Windmill in Old Amsterdam." Trini Lopez: "Made in Paris," Trini Lopez: "La Bamba."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 37. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Bruce Scott, More!
Jan-24-66. Host: Dean Jones: "Every Day." Peter Nero: Theme from "Thunderball." Bruce Scott: "You Can't Lose Something." The Bitter End Singers: "Let Me in Or Keep Me Out." Medley of Disney songs: Dean Jones: "That Darn Cat." Dean Jones and The Bitter End Singers: "Hi Ho," "Hi Diddle Dee," "When I See An Elephant Fly," "Zip A Dee Doo Dah," "Mickey Mouse Song." Dean Jones: "Counting Flowers On The Wall." The Bitter End Singers: "Day Tripper." Bruce Scott: "Sounds Of Silence." Dean Jones and The Bitter End Singers: "We Can Work It Out." Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels: "Jenny Take A Ride."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 38. INCOMPLETE. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles.
Jan-31-66. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles: "Going To A Go Go."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 39. INCOMPLETE. The Lovin' Spoonful, The Four Seasons.
Jan-31-66. Feb-7-66. The Lovin' Spoonful: "Daydream." Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons: "Hurt Yourself," "Working My Way Back To You Babe."

HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 40. The Marvelettes, Chad & Jeremy, Jackie & Gayle, More!
Feb-14-66. Host: Skitch Henderson: "Hard Day's Night." The Steel Bandits: "It's Not Unusual." Skitch Henderson begins to sing but is interrupted by a clip of Johnny Carson. The Marvelettes: "Don't Mess With Bill." David Winters & The Hullabaloo Dancers: "Zorba The Greek." Chad & Jeremy: "Teenage Failure." Skitch Henderson: "Oh Yeah." Jackie & Gayle: "My Funny Valentine," "Call Me." Chad, Jeremy, & Skitch Henderson: "Summer Song." Skitch Henderson & Orchestra: "Day Tripper."

HULLABALOO SEASON TWO - VOLUME 13 & 14 1965-1966 on DVD!

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