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'''''The Hollywood Palace''''' was an [[ABC]] Saturday night TV show broadcast live from the El Capitan Theater (aka ABC Palace Theater) during the 1960s.
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'''''The Hollywood Palace''''' was an [[ABC]] Saturday night TV show broadcast from [[wikipedia:Avalon Hollywood|the ABC Palace Theater]] in [[Hollywood]], [[California]] during the 1960s.
   
The Muppets performed what would become known as the "[[Music Hath Charms]]" sketch on the March 19, 1966 show hosted by Robert Goulet. Also in that episode, [[Nancy Sinatra]] sang "These Boots Were Made for Walking" and "As Tears Go By", and Chita Rivera performed "My Home Is In My Shoes".
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The Muppets performed two acts for the program, both taped during the first week of March in [[1966]].<ref> "[http://www.henson.com/jimsredbook/2013/03/01/31-61966/ Jim Henson's Red Book]" entry, 3/1-6/1966 – In Los Angeles – tape 2 spots on Hollywood Palace. “Music Hath Charms” air March 19, “Glow Worm” air April 30.</ref> The first was what would become known as the "[[Music Hath Charms]]" sketch, which aired on the March 19, 1966 show hosted by [[Robert Goulet]]. Also in that episode, [[Nancy Sinatra]] sang "These Boots Were Made for Walking" and "As Tears Go By", and Chita Rivera performed "My Home Is In My Shoes".
   
On the April 30, 1966 show, hosted by [[Fred Astaire]], [[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]] performed the "[[Inchworm (sketch)|Inchworm]]" sketch. That episode also included performances by Louis Nye, [[Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass]], and lion tamer John Zerbini.
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In the second, which was included on the April 30, 1966 show hosted by [[Fred Astaire]], [[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]] performed "[[The Glow-Worm]]" sketch. That episode also included performances by Louis Nye, [[Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass]], and lion tamer John Zerbini.
   
The Muppets would return to the El Capitan Theater (since renamed "The Hollywood Palace") in 2001 for ''[[The Muppet Show Live]]''.
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The Muppets would return to the very stage where ''The Hollywood Palace'' originated in 2001 for ''[[The Muppet Show Live]]''.
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"Music Hath Charms" from 1966

The Hollywood Palace was an ABC Saturday night TV show broadcast from the ABC Palace Theater in Hollywood, California during the 1960s.

The Muppets performed two acts for the program, both taped during the first week of March in 1966.[1] The first was what would become known as the "Music Hath Charms" sketch, which aired on the March 19, 1966 show hosted by Robert Goulet. Also in that episode, Nancy Sinatra sang "These Boots Were Made for Walking" and "As Tears Go By", and Chita Rivera performed "My Home Is In My Shoes".

In the second, which was included on the April 30, 1966 show hosted by Fred Astaire, Kermit performed "The Glow-Worm" sketch. That episode also included performances by Louis Nye, Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass, and lion tamer John Zerbini.

The Muppets would return to the very stage where The Hollywood Palace originated in 2001 for The Muppet Show Live.

SourcesEdit

  1. "Jim Henson's Red Book" entry, 3/1-6/1966 – In Los Angeles – tape 2 spots on Hollywood Palace. “Music Hath Charms” air March 19, “Glow Worm” air April 30.
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