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    Sunday Night at the London Palladium: Volume 2




    Making its debut on ITV’s opening weekend in 1955, Sunday Night at the London Palladium swiftly established itself as one of the weekly televisual highlights for the British viewing public. Gaining average viewing figures of 14 million and Top Ten placings almost every week, it is undoubtedly one of the main shows that helped establish commercial television in the UK.

    This was a weekly television event that appealed to all classes, denominations and age groups - an unquestionable success which still provides a high benchmark that today’s variety shows can only aspire to. This DVD set contains some of the best of what remains in the archives (in its guise as The New London Palladium Show) for the original 1960s run, including one edition from 1966 in full colour. These editions include Bruce Forsyth, Jimmy Tarbuck. Cliff Richard and the Shadows, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, The Searchers, Frankie Howerd, The Hollies, Arthur Haynes, Des O’Connor, Spike Milligan, Cleo Laine, The Johnny Dankworth Seven and many more.

    Special Features
    [] 10 December 1961 – “Programme as Broadcast” reel for the first part of this show, including never-before-seen footage of sound and vision set-ups and the warm-up man working the audience
    [] Extensive image galleries featuring pictures of performers from shows that no longer exist – these include Jimmy Tarbuck, Roy Orbison, Bob Hope, Eartha Kitt, Liza Minelli and more

    • Catalogue Number : 7953546
    • Available Since : 02/09/2011
    • Classification Exempt
    • Number of Discs 2
    • Picture 1.33:1 / 16:9 / Colour / Black and White
    • Sound Mono / English
    • Subtitles None
    • Region 2 / PAL
    • Time 360 mins approx
    • Short Name Palladium 2

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    Sunday Night at the London Palladium: Volume 2

    Sunday Night at the London Palladium: Volume 2

    Making its debut on ITV’s opening weekend in 1955, Sunday Night at the London Palladium swiftly established itself as one of the weekly televisual highlights for the British viewing public. Gaining average viewing figures of 14 million and Top

    Write your review

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