Sing along with Mitch, Show no. 84
NamesMiller, Mitch (Host)Miller, Mitch (Conductor)Berle, Milton (Commentator)Berle, Milton (Narrator)Berle, Milton (Performer)Hyman, Dick, 1927- (Performer)Uggams, Leslie (Performer)McGrath, Bob, 1932- (Performer)Booth, Keith, musician (Performer)Friesen, Paul (Performer)Cortese, Dominic (Performer)Griffin, Victor (Actor)Cotler, Gordon (Author)Cotler, Gordon (Producer)Gang (Musical group) (Performer)Quinto Sisters (Musical group) (Performer)NBC Productions (Broadcaster)Thirteen Productions (Broadcaster)
Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1964-01-20
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LVU 422
TopicsMiller, MitchPopular music -- 1961-1970Choruses, Secular (Men's voices) with orchestraMusic videos
NotesStatement of responsibility: starring Mitch Miller, Leslie Uggams and the Sing-Along Gang, with special guest star Milton Berle.Date: "A reevaluated date: 9-6-84; Thirteen; 356 West 58th Street; (212) 560-2000; series: Mitch Miller; program title: Milton Berle; record date: 9/10/84; copied from no.: 14,000 April 88"--Originally from videocassette container.Date: "NBC; date: 11-25-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #84; scene: Open SA; take 3--Originally from videotape.Date: "NBC; date: 11-26-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #84; scene: party #I; Builder, Eyes on you, Million tomorrows; take 4"--Originally from videotape.Date: "NBC; date: 11-25-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #84; scene: party #II; Sheltering palms; take 2"--Originally from videotape.Date: "NBC; date: 11-26-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #84; scene: party III; Street where you live; take 3"--Originally from videotape.Date: "NBC; date: 11-26-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #84; scene: party IV; Glad you're you; take 6"--Originally from videotape.Date: "NBC; date: 11-25-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #84; scene: Close SA; take 2"--Originally from videotape.Date: "NBC; date: 10-14-63; PB: TBA; title: Mitch #75; scene: Promo; take 1--Originally from videotape.Content: "An All American Features Inc. production"--Originally from videotape.Creation/production credits: Gordon Cotler, writer and producer.Performers: Mitch Miller, host and conductor ; The Gang (Bob McGrath (solo on 8th work only), Jack Brown (5th work), Keith Booth (5th work), Paul Friesen (5th work), and various singers) (1st-2nd, 4th-5th, 9th, 11th-16th works) ; with various dancers ; Leslie Uggams, vocals (3rd, 11th, 14th-16th works) ; Dick Hyman, piano (2nd-3rd, 8th, 13th works) ; The Quinto Sisters, vocals (6th-7th, 14th-16th works) ; Dominic Cortese, accordion (10th work only) ; Milton Berle, vocals (2nd, 7th, 11th-12th), narration (4th work) and additional commentary ; with unidentified orchestra.Venue: Television program video dub NBC Studios, [New York, New York] 1963 November 25-26 (original taping dates) [1964 January 20] (original air date) Thirteen [Productions], 356 West 58th Street, New York, New York 1984 September 10 (copy rebroadcast date) 1984 September 6 (reevaluated date?)
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (U-Matic) (59 min., 08 sec.) : sound, color, NTSC, mono ; 3/4 in.Video is erratic; odd audio between segments.
DescriptionIn episode 84 of "Sing along with Mitch", the Gang has a party at the Hilton Hotel, and wakes up Milton Berle, who ends up joining in the fun. At the end of the video, a promo for episode no. 75 ([Veteran's day]; taped October 14, 1963) is hosted by Mitch Miller, featuring Bob McGrath, Victor Griffen and Jack Brown. Opening sing-along: "Little girl" (The Gang, with a skit performed by Milton Berle) ; Featured music: "You're a builder-upper" (The Gang, Milton Berle and Dick Hyman) ; "I got my eyes on you" (Leslie Uggams and Dick Hyman) ; "I'd give a million tomorrows" (The Gang ; with narration by Milton Berle) ; "Down among the sheltering palms (Trio: Keith Booth, Jack Brown and Paul Friesen ; The Gang) ; "Heart of my heart" (The Quinto Sisters) ; "When Frances dances with me" (Milton Berle & the Dancers ; The Quinto Sisters) ; "On the street where you live" (Bob McGrath and Dick Hyman) ; "No, no, a thousand times no" (The Gang) ; ["El Relicario"] (Dominic Cortese) ; "Aren't you glad you're you" (Leslie Uggams, Milton Berle and the Gang) ; "Italian street song" (The Gang and Milton Berle) ; "Near you" (The Gang and Dick Hyman) ; Closing sing-alongs: "When my sugar walks down the street" ; "Yes! yes! in your eyes" ; "Miss you" (The Gang, Leslie Uggams, The Quinto Sisters, Milton Berle).
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 893620435NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20318483Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 20eac4f0-66a7-0132-b260-3c075448cc4b
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