The Kraft Music Hall (1967–1971)

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A few years after Perry Como left as host, "The Kraft Music Hall" was revived as a regular series from 1967-71. There was no set host during this period, and various guest hosts, usually a ... See full summary »

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  • Don Rickles in The Kraft Music Hall (1967)
  • Jerry Lewis and Charlie Callas in The Kraft Music Hall (1967)
  • Jerry Lewis in The Kraft Music Hall (1967)
  • Jerry Lewis in The Kraft Music Hall (1967)
  • Milton Berle, Jerry Lewis, Johnny Carson, and Alan King in The Kraft Music Hall (1967)
  • Jerry Lewis and Jack Carter in The Kraft Music Hall (1967)

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8 January 2005 | aragoncanarzda
dancing
It was a fun show. I would like to see the names of the choreographers and dancers. I know Betsy Haug was one of the dancers for one season or series. I think we need a cable channel just for variety shows so we can see all the old shows again. Or somehow get new ones on the air. Where are the talented singers, dancers, actors supposed to appear? How are new songs supposed to get introduced? Where are choreographers supposed to create? This is why our popular culture has no culture, no class, no talent or quality. It takes skills, training, and the desire to do things better, not just different, or louder. One needs to build from the past, not just throw it aside.

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