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Thursday, 5 September 2013

Various Artists - 'Hullabaloo' on DVD

Hullabaloo was a musical variety show on NBC that aired from January 12, 1965 to April 11, 1966 (with reruns continuing until August 29, 1966) and featured some of the most popular pop/rock acts of the mid-60s.

It was introduced as an hour-long show midway through the 1964-65 season. The first thirteen shows featured segments taped in London hosted by the Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein, who usually introduced a British act.

When Hullabaloo returned for it's second season in the fall of 1965, it switched to a half-hour.

Unlike most musical variety shows, Hullabaloo featured a different guest host every week (although several people appeared more than once). One highlight of the show's format was the Top Pop Medley, which had the guest host and featured musical guests doing brief renditions of whatever was hot on the charts at the time. Also, the last song of each episode was usually performed on a set which resembled a mod night club - this was called "Hullabaloo A Go-Go."

The 16 DVDs detailed below contain 44 of the 48 episodes that were made, with 4 currently “missing” (8-11-65, 22-11-65, 31-1-66 & 7-2-66).  

Quality varies from ropey to excellent (generally the later half-hour shows are better quality than the 1 hour shows), and all are in black and white with the exception of three colour episodes: 20-9-65, 29-11-65 & 11-4-66.

DVD 1:

Show #1: 12th January 1965 (Time-Coded)

Host: Jack Jones

1) Jack Jones (host) – "Hello Young Lovers"
2) The New Christy Minstrels (including Barry McGuire) - "Freedom Medley" and "(Glory, Glory) When I Lay My Burdon Down"
3) The New Christy Minstrels - "Ida Red"
4) Joey Heatherton joins the Hullabaloo dancers for a routine featuring a combination of different dances.
5a) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
5b) Gerry and the Pacemakers - "I'll Be There" and "It's Gonna Be Alright"
6) Hanover, NJ High School Marching Band - "Put On A Happy Face" (120 band members perform)
7) Jack Jones – "Call Me Irresponsible" (with marching band)
8) Jocelyn (13-year-old singer from France) - "Les Garcons"
9) Joey Heatherton sings and dances "The Hullabaloo," a new dance she demonstrates with the Hullabaloo dancers.
10a) The Zombies introduce themselves individually.
10b) Zombies – "She's Not There"
11) Woody Allen stand-up comedy monologue
12) Jack Jones – "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face"
13) The New Christy Minstrels, Jack Jones and Joey Heatherton - "This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land"

Show #2: 19th January 1965 (Time-Coded)

Host: Paul Anka

1) Paul Anka (host) – "Young, Alive and In Love"
2) Johnny Rivers – "Memphis"
3) Dionne Warwick – "Reach Out for Me"
4) The Nashville Teens – "Tobacco Road"
5) Paul Anka & Johnny Rivers – "Mountain of Love"
6) Fred Smoot (comedy monologue)
7) US Merchant Marine Academy Glee Club – "In Amsterdam"
8) Liza Minnelli – "Gypsy in My Soul"
9) TOP POP medley (song excerpts)
9a) Dionne Warwick – "You'll Never Get to Heaven"
9b) Paul Anka – "Diana"
9c) Dionne Warwick – "Walk On By"
9d) Paul Anka – "Put Your Head On My Shoulder"
9e) Liza Minnelli lip synchs to Louis Armstrong's recording of "Hello Dolly"
10) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
10a) Marianne Faithfull – "As Tears Go By"
10b) Brian Epstein interviews Marianne Faithfull
11) Peter Nero – "Show Me" and "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" (mock-classical version of song)
12) Liza Minnelli & dancers – "Together"
13) Anka, Glee Club & orchestra – "Longest Day"

DVD 2:

Show #3: 26th January 1965 (Time-Coded)

Host: George Hamilton

1) George Hamilton (host) – "Shall We Dance"
2) The Hullabaloos – "I'm Gonna Love You Too"
3) Nancy Ames - "Be Ready"
4) Tony Hendra & Nick Ullett (British comedians)
5) The Supremes – "Come See About Me"
6) Back Porch Majority – "Old Dan Tucker"
7) George Hamilton & Nancy Ames - medley of Hank Williams' songs (please see "Recap" for song titles).
8) Angel Flight, an all-female drill team from Florida State University, perform several drill routines
9) The Supremes - medley: "Where Did Our Love Go?," "When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes" and "Baby Love"
10) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
10a) Freddie & the Dreamers - "I'm Telling You Now" and "I Understand"
11) The Hullabaloos – "Did You Ever?"
12) George Hamilton – "And I Love Her"
13) Shirley Ellis – "The Name Game" (with George Hamilton, Nancy Ames, The Supremes and The Hullabaloos)

Show #4: 2nd February 1965 

Host: Paul Anka

1) Paul Anka (host) - "Falling in Love"
Paul Anka introduces Jay and the Americans (To introduce Jay & the Americans, Anka sings a song that mentions recent British invasion bands.)
2) Jay & the Americans - "Only in America" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
3)The Everly Brothers - "Gone, Gone, Gone"
4) Bill Dana (comedian, in character as Jose Jiminez) - does his Cheerleader monologue.
Paul Anka introduces a 1950s clip of Brenda Lee.
5) Brenda Lee - "Thanks a Lot"
6) Rocky Roberts & the Airedales - unknown song title, possibly "Come On Pretty Mama"
7) Paul Anka interviews Barbara Helmann (Miss American Teenager of 1964).
8) Marvin Gaye - "How Sweet it Is"
9) The Everly Brothers - "You're My Girl"
10) Brenda Lee & Paul Anka sing a medley of Elvis hits: "Hound Dog," "Love Me Tender" and "Heartbreak Hotel"
11) Hullabaloo London segment. Brian Epstein introduces Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers
11a) Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers - "One Way Love"
12) Bill Dana - monologue, tells jokes about teenagers
13) Jay & the Americans - "Let's Lock the Door"
14) Petula Clark - "Downtown"
15) Paul Anka - "Feed the Birds" (song from "Mary Poppins")

DVD 3:

Show #5: 9th February 1965

Hosts: Frank Sinatra Junior & Gary Crosby

1) Frank Sinatra Jr. and Gary Crosby (co-hosts) - "Hey Look Us Over"
2) Gary Lewis and the Playboys - "This Diamond Ring"
3) Judy Collins - "Coal Tattoo"
4) Joe and Eddie - "Swing Down Chariot"
5) Tommy Dorsey Group, Gary Crosby, Joe & Eddy - "Dry Bones"
6) Frank Sinatra Jr & the Pied Pipers - "This is A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening"
7) Frank Sinatra, Jr. & the Tommy Dorsey Band - "From this Moment On" and "Everybody's Twistin''
8) The Shangri-Las - "Give Him a Great Big Kiss"
9) Danny Meehan (song and dance man) - "Nobody Knows You"
10) Joe & Eddie - "Water Boy"
11) Barbara Helmann (Miss American Teenager of 1964) performs a dance routine
12) Judy Collins - "Maid of Constant Sorrow"
13) Hullabaloo London segment
13a) Herman's Hermits - "I'm into Something Good"
13b) Brian Epstein introduces Richard Lester who talks about the new Beatles' film "Help"
13c) Herman's Hermits - "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat"
14) Gary Crosby - "A Change is Gonna Come"
15) Gary Crosby & Frank Sinatra Jr. - "Swell Party"

Show #6: 16th February 1965

Hosts: Frankie Avalon & Annette Funicello

1) Frankie Avalon & Annette Funicello (host) – "All I Need is the Girl"
2) The Kinks – "You Really Got Me"
3) Dobie Gray – "The ‘In' Crowd"
4) The Brothers Four – "Sakura" (Japanese Folk Song) and "Rock Island Line"
5) Annette Funicello – "Chim Chim Cheree"
6) Sue Thompson - "Paper Tiger"
7) Freddie & the Dreamers - "I Love You Baby"
8) Freddie & the Dreamers – "I'm Telling You Now" (Freddie shows Frankie and Annette how to dance "The Freddie" during song.)
9) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
9a) Band of Angels - "Not True as Yet"
9b) Brian Epstein interviews Andrew Loog Oldham
10) Frankie Avalon & Annette Funicello (medley) – "Beach Party," "By the Sea," "On the Boardwalk in Atlantic City," "Love Letters in the Sand" and "My Coney Island Baby."
11) Comedy skit: Frankie interviews "Mr. Surfboard" (Don Adams).
12) The Kinks – "All Day and All of the Night"
13) The Brothers Four – "Somewhere"
14) Frankie Avalon – "The Best is Yet to Come"
15) Frankie and Annette announce next week's guests. Closing credits with instrumental version of "I'm Telling You Now"

DVD 4:

Show #7: 23rd February 1965

Host: Sammy Davis Junior (Time-Coded)

1) Sammy Davis, Jr. (host) – "Walk Right In"
2) Joey Heatherton – "When I Fall in Love"
3) Beau Brummels – "Laugh, Laugh"
4) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "Young and Foolish"
5) Bobby Goldsboro – "Little Things"
6) Sammy Davis Jr. – "If I Ruled the World"
7) Marilyn Michaels – "Johnny One Note"
8) Marilyn Michaels and Sammy Davis Jr. sing "People" while doing impressions of various celebrities.
9) The Drifters – "At the Club"
10) Bud & Travis – "La Bamba"
11) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
11a) The Searchers – "What Have they Done to the Rain?" & "Love Potion Number 9"
12) "West Side Story" medley with Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Heatherton and the Hullabaloo dancers.
13) Sammy Davis Jr. – "This is All I Ask"

Show #8: 3rd March 1965 (Time-Coded)

Host: Trini Lopez

1) Trini Lopez (host) - "If I Had a Hammer"
2) Hullabaloos - "Why Do Fools Fall in Love"
3) Lesley Gore - "Sunshine, Lollipops, & Rainbows" & "All My Life"
4) Chad Mitchell Trio - "Me Voy Pa Bete" (probably the correct title) and "You Were on My Mind"
5) David Winters & Hullabaloo dancers - dance to "Goldfinger" theme
6) Dionne Warwick - "Who Can I Turn To"
7) Trini Lopez. Lesley Gore, the Chad Mitchell Trio, Dionne Warwick and the Hullabaloos sing "Lemon Tree"
8) The Astronauts - "Twist and Shout"
9) Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (comedy routine)
10) Rocky Roberts and Los Airedales - "Turn On Your Love Light"
11) Trini Lopez, Lesley Gore, and Dionne Warwick - "Puff the Magic Dragon"
12) Trini Lopez - "Scarlet Ribbons"
13) Wayne Fontana and the Mind Benders - "Game of Love" (Hullabaloo London segment, introduced by Brian Epstein)
14) Trini Lopez - "What'd I Say"

DVD 5:

Show #9: 9th March 1965

Host: Bobby Vinton

1) Bobby Vinton (host) – "There Ain't Gonna Be An Opening Number"
2) The Hullabaloos – "Did You Ever?"
3) Barbara McNair – "Don't Rain on My Parade"
4) The Youngfolk – "Come Judgement Day"
5) Johnny Rivers – "Midnight Special" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
6) Bobby Vinton – "But Beautiful"
7) MEDLEY of children's songs
7a) The Youngfolk – "Skip to My Lou"
7b) Barbara McNair – "I've Got A Tiger By the Tail"
7c) Bobby Vinton – "You Are My Sunshine"
7d) The Hullabaloos – "Jimmy Crack Corn"
7e) Bobby Vinton and guests - "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"
8) SONG MEDLEY with Chad & Jeremy and Bobby Vinton
8a) Chad and Jeremy – "If I Loved You"
9b) Bobby Vinton and Chad & Jeremy -- "Blue Velvet" and unknown song
9c) Bobby Vinton with Chad & Jeremy – "Lonely" and "Willow Weep for Me" (end of medley)
10) Four Tops – "Ask the Lonely"
11) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
11a) Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas – "It's Got to Last Forever" and "The 12th Day of Never"
12) The Hullabaloos – "I'm Gonna Love You Too" (with film footage of the Hullabaloos in NYC, running from fans, looks like scene from "Hard Day's Night")
13) The Hullabaloos – "Beware"
14) Bobby Vinton and his band – "Mama Don't Allow" (Vinton plays the krazy klezmer clarinet, saxophone and trumpet)

Show #10: 16th March 1965

Host: Jack Jones

1) Jack Jones (host) - 'It Only Takes a Moment"
2) The Detergents -"Double-O-Seven" ("'007")
3) Soupy Sales (with the Hullabaloo dancers) - demonstrates a new dance called "The Mouse"
4) Roosevelt ('Rosie') Grier - "On Broadway"
5) Mary Wells - "Never Never Leave Me"
6) Serendipity Singers - "Let Me Fly" and "My Heart Keeps Following You"
7) Sylvie Vartan - "I Made My Choice"
8) Sylvie Vartan & Jack Jones - "Comin' Home Baby"
9) Medley titled "Hullabaloo Hootenanny" includes Jack Jones and guests performing "Michael Row the Boat Ashore"
10) Jack Jones - "The Race is On" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
11) Little Anthony & the Imperials - "Hurts So Bad"
12) Hullabaloo London segment with Brian Epstein
12a) Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Point of No Return" and "Yeh, Yeh"
13) Little Anthony and the Imperials - "I'm Alright"
14) Jack Jones & Soupy Sales - "Real Live Girl"

DVD 6:

Show #11: 23rd March 1965

Host: Dean Jones

1) Dean Jones (host) - "Women"
2) The Astronauts - "Roll Over, Beethoven"
3) The Youngfolk - "They Call the Wind Maria"
4) Leslie Uggams - "I Know a Place"
5) Leslie Uggams & Dean Jones - "Moonlight Bay" (with humorous subtitles)
6) Hullabaloo Dancers dance segment.
7) Gene Pitney - "Town Without Pity"
8) Top Pop medley (song excerpts):
8a) Dean Jones - "King of the Road"
8b) Leslie Uggams - "Can't You Hear My Heart Beat"
8c) The Youngfolk - "The Place I Love"
8d) The Hullabaloo dancers - music: "Downtown"
8e) Gene Pitney - "Stop in the Name of Love"
8f) The Astronauts - "Eight Days a Week"
8g) Dean Jones and guests - "A Thing Called Love" (end of medley)
--Hullabaloo A-Go-Go segment with Dean Jones intro
9) Jr. Walker & the All-Stars - "Shotgun"
10) Gene Pitney - "I Must Be Seeing Things"
11) Hullabaloo London segment: Brian Epstein introduces The Moody Blues
11a) The Moody Blues - "Go Now" (and possibly "I Go Crazy")
12) Shani Wallis - "Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?" and "I'm Old Fashioned"
13) The Astronauts - "Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day"
14) Dean Jones - "A Moment Too Soon"

Show #12: 30th March 1965 (Time Coded)

Host: Michael Landon

1) Michael Landon (host) – "Don't Fence Me In"
2) Cannibal & the Headhunters – "Land of a Thousand Dances"
3) Dionne Warwick – "You Can Have Him"
4) Ian & Sylvia – "Makes a Long Time Man Feel Bad"
5) The Vibrations - medley: "What'd I Say," "Shout" and "Watusi Music"
6) Wayne Wadhams & the D-Men - "Just Don't Care"
7) Peter & Gordon - medley ("World Without Love" "I Go to Pieces" and "My Babe") and "True Love Ways"
8) Michael Landon with Peter & Gordon sing "I'm Telling You Now" (while dancing "The Freddie")
9) Dionne Warwick & Dee Dee Warwick – "Children Go Where I Send Thee"
10) HULLABALOO LONDON segment with Brian Epstein
10a) Joe Brown & His Bruvvers – "Teardrops in the Rain" and "Seguadilla" (from "Carmen")
11) SONG MEDLEY (titled "Hullabaloo A Hoe Hoe")
11a) Hullabaloo dancers dance to "Bonanza" theme
11b) Michael Landon – "Home on the Range"
11c) Dionne Warwick – "Some Other Time"
11d) Ian & Sylvia – "The Moonshine Can"
11e) Peter & Gordon – "I Walk the Line"
11f) Michael Landon, Dionne Warwick, Ian & Sylvia, Peter & Gordon - "This Old House" (end of medley)
12) Michael Landon – "Dear Heart"

DVD 7:

Show #13: 6th April 1965

Host: Paul Anka

1) Paul Anka (host) – "My Kind of Show" (sung to the tune of "My Kind of Town")
2) David Clayton Thomas and the Shays – "Walk That Walk"
--Paul Anka is shown playing ice hockey
3) Rita Pavone – "Viva La Pappa Col Pomodore" 4) Paul Anka & Rita Pavone – "Kiddy, Kiddy, Kiss Me"
5) The Greenwood County Singers – "Trombone Cholly"
Commercial: Mazola margarine
6) Chubby Checker – "The Twist" and "At the Discotheque"
7) Paul Anka and Sylvie Vartan – "I'm Watching You"
8) Sylvie Vartan – "One More Day"
9) Joe and Eddie – "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"
10) Del Shannon – "Stranger in Town"
11) Chubby Checker – "Do the Freddie" (sings and dances)
12) Hullabaloo London segment: Brian Epstein introduces Marianne Faithfull
12a) Marianne Faithful – "Come and Stay With Me"
13) Top Pop medley:
13a) Paul Anka – "Yeh Yeah"
13b) Rita Pavone & Sylvie Vartan – "I'm Telling You Now"
13c) Del Shannon – "The Game of Love"
13d) The Greenwood County Singers – "Tired of Waiting"
13e) Chubby Checker & Paul Anka – "Eight Days a Week"
13f) Joe & Eddie – "King of the Road"
13g) Paul Anka and guests - unknown song (end of medley)
14) Paul Anka – "Red Roses for a Blue Lady"

Show #14: 13th April 1965 (Time Coded)

Host: Steve Lawrence

1) Steve Lawrence (host) – "The Sweetest Songs"
2) The Hullabaloos – "Don't Stop"
3) The Highwaymen & Steve Lawrence – "Cotton Fields"
4) The Highwaymen – "Heaven So High"
5) Françoise Hardy – "However Much"
6) Everly Brothers – "Lonely Weekend"
7) The Hullabaloo Dancers – dance to "April Showers" and "Singin' in the Rain"
8) Françoise Hardy & Steve Lawrence – "I Wish You Love"
9) Vic Damone – "You Were Only Fooling"
10) Joe Tex – "You Got What It Takes"
11) Jackie & Gayle – "What Have They Done to the Rain"
12) Everly Brothers – "I Got a Woman"
13) Everly Brothers & Steve Lawrence – "Dream"
14) GRAMMY AWARDS medley:
14a) Jackie and Gayle, Everly Brothers – "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
14b) Steve Lawrence – "People"
14c) Françoise Hardy – "The Girl from Ipanema"
14d) All guests – "Downtown" (end of medley)
15) Steve Lawrence – "The Party's Over"

DVD 8:

Show #15: 20th April 1965

Host: Sammy Davis Junior

1) Sammy Davis, Jr. sings the "Hullabaloo" theme and "On A Wonderful Day Like Today"
2) The Animals – "Bring it on Home to Me"
Sammy Davis, Jr., singing "Whatever Lola Wants," introduces Lola Falana
3) Lola Falana – "Some of These Days"
4) Jay & the Americans – "Think of the Good Times"
5) Bruce Scott – "I Made An Angel Cry"
6) Dusty Springfield – "My Coloring Book"
7) SONG MEDLEY (mostly songs from movies):
7a) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "Chim Chim Cheree"
7b) Jay & the Americans – "I Feel Fine"
7c) The Animals & Sammy Davis, Jr. – tunes from "My Fair Lady"
7d) Lola Falana – "Goldfinger" theme
7e) Bruce Scott – "You've Lost that Loving Feeling"
7f) Dusty Springfield – "Can't You Hear My Heart Beat"
7g) Hullabaloo cast (guests)– "Supercalifragilisticsuperalidocious" (END of medley)
8) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "Unforgettable" (Nat King Cole song)
9) The Animals – "I'm Crying"
10) Alan Sherman – "Crazy Downtown" (parody of Petula Clark's "Downtown")
11a) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "I Wanna Be With You"
11b) Sammy Davis, Jr. & Lola Falana – "Do I Hear a Waltz"
11c) Lola Falana – "Don't Rain on My Parade"
11d) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "The Joker"
11e) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "Hello Dolly" (end of medley)
12) Sammy Davis, Jr. – "The House We Live In"

Show #16: 27th April 1965

Host: George Hamilton

1) George Hamilton – "I Love Being Here With You"
2) Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders – "She's Got the Power"
3) The Womenfolk – "My Heart Tells Me to Believe"
4) Brenda Lee – "Too Many Rivers"
5) Brenda Lee & George Hamilton – "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "Jambalaya" medley
6) Op Art Fashion Show with models in mod clothes. Then the Hullabaloo Dancers dance to "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter"
7) Noel Harrison (son of Rex Harrison) – "Barbara Allen"
8) The Ronettes – "Is This What I Get for Loving You"
9) The Hollies – "Yes I Will" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
10) The Impressions – "Woman Got Soul"
11) Linda Bennett – "Cry Me a River"
12) Wayne Fontana & the Mind Benders – "Game of Love"
13) TOP POP medley:
13a) George Hamilton – "It's Not Unusual"
13b) The Ronettes – "Silhouettes"
13c) Wayne Fontana & the Mind Benders – "Count Me In"
13d) The Womenfolk – "I'll Never Find Another You"
13e) Noel Harrison – "Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter"
13f) Linda Bennett – "Tired of Waiting"
13g) Brenda Lee - "The Race Is On"
13h) The Hullabaloo Dancers dance to instrumental version of "The Clapping Song"
13i) George Hamilton and guests - "I Know A Place" (scene switches to "Hullabaloo a Go-Go set) (END of medley)

DVD 9:

Show #17: 4th May 1965

Host: Trini Lopez

1) Trini Lopez - "What'd I Say"
2) Sir Douglas Quintet - "She About A Mover"
3) Vikki Carr - "There Goes My Heart"
4) Trini Lopez and Vikki Carr - "If I Had A Hammer"
5) Herman's Hermits - "Baby, Baby, Can't You Hear My Heartbeat"
6) Herman's Hermits - "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter"
7) The Travellers Three - "San Francisco Bay Blues"
8) Martha and the Vandellas - "Nowhere To Run"
9) Freddie and the Dreamers - "You Were Made For Me"
10) Freddie and the Dreamers - "Do The Freddie"
11) Chuck Berry - "Johnny B. Goode"
12) Trini Lopez and Chuck Berry - "Memphis"
13) The Four Seasons - Medley: "Dawn (Go Away)," "Rag Doll," "Toy Soldier," and "Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye)"
14) Herman's Hermits - "Silhouettes"
15a) Trini Lopez – “My Favorite Things”
15b) Vicki Carr – “I’m Into Something Good” (Vicki Carr singing to Peter Noone)
15c) Peter Noone & Freddie – “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”
15d) Four Seasons – “Do You Want to Dance?”
15e) Trini Lopez and guests - “With a Little Bit of Luck” (end of medley)
16) Trini Lopez - "Sad Tomorrow"
17) Trini Lopez - "I've Lost My Love For You"

Show #18: 11th May 1965

Host: Frankie Avalon

1) Frankie Avalon (host) - "Once In A Lifetime"
2) Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs - "Wooly Bully"
3) Barbara McNair - "When The Sun Comes Out"
4) Hullabaloo Dancers segment introduced by Frankie Avalon.
(4a) Photo montage of the dancers
(4b) Frankie Avalon introduces the individual dancers
(4c) Dancers perform to instrumental songs.
5) Peter & Gordon - "True Love Ways" (Buddy Holly song)
Frankie Avalon (singing) introduces Joanie Sommers
6) Joanie Sommers – "Don't Pity Me"
7) The Supremes – "Back In My Arms Again"
8) The Byrds - "Mr. Tambourine Man"
9) Frankie Avalon, Joanie Sommers, & Barbara McNair – Beatles medley
10) The Byrds – "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better" (Hullabaloo a Go Go segment) Note: Lada Edmund Jr., dancing in right cage, does her trademark screams (or "yelps") during song.
11) The Supremes - "You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You"
12) TOP POP MEDLEY (song excerpts):
12a) Frankie Avalon - "Downtown"
12b) The Supremes - "I Feel Fine"
12c) Barbara McNair - "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" (missing from MPI release)
12d) Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs - "This Diamond Ring"
12e) Joanie Sommers - "I'm Telling You Now"
12f) Frankie Avalon & The Supremes - "Stop In The Name Of Love"
12g) Peter & Gordon - "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter"
12h) Frankie Avalon and The Supremes - "Game Of Love"
12i) All (Hullabaloo guests) - "Eight Days A Week" (end of medley)
13) Frankie Avalon & Hullabaloo dancers closing comments (with clips of past Hullabaloo hosts saying "Goodbye"). Closing credits, Hullabaloo theme

DVD 10:

Show #19: 13th September 1965

Host: Sammy Davis Junior

1) Sammy Davis, Jr. - "This Could Be The Start Of Something Big"
2) The Lovin' Spoonful - "Do You Believe In Magic"
3) Sonny And Cher - "I Got You Babe"
4) The Supremes - "Nothing But Heartaches"
5) Sammy Davis, Jr. and The Supremes - "Toot Toot Tootsie"
6a) Sammy Davis, Jr. – “Hard Day's Night”
6b) Lovin' Spoonful - "Help"
6c) The Supremes – “I Can't Help Myself”
6d) Sonny & Cher – “Satisfaction” (Cher has trouble with cue cards.)
6e) Sammy Davis, Jr. – “I’m Henry VIII, I Am”
7) Sammy Davis, Jr. - "I Know A Place"
8) The Strangeloves - "I Want Candy"

Show #20: 20th September 1965 (Colour!)

Hosts: Jerry & Gary Lewis

1) Jerry Lewis and Gary Lewis (co-hosts) - "Help!"
2) Gary Lewis and the Playboys - "Everybody Loves A Clown"
3) Joannie Sommers - "Before And After"
4) Barry McGuire - "Eve Of Destruction"
5a) Jerry Lewis – "Kansas City Star"
5b) Joanie Sommers – "Action"
5c) Barry McGuire – "Hang On, Sloopy"
5d) Gary Lewis & the Playboys – "It Ain't Me, Babe" (end of medley)
6) Jerry Lewis – "I'll See Your Light"
7) Paul Revere and the Raiders - "Ooh Poo Pah Doo" (Note: Goldie Hawn is the go-go dancer in the left "cage")

Show #21: 27th September 1965 

Host: Dave McCallum

1) David McCallum (host, appearing in character as "Ilya Kuryakin" from "Man from U.N.C.L.E.")
2) Beau Brummels – "Don't Talk to Strangers"
3) Peter and Gordon – "Yesterday"
4) Brenda Lee – "Rusty Bells"
5) The Animals – "We Gotta Get Out of This Place"
6a) David McCallum – "Agent Double-O-Soul"
6b) Brenda Lee with Peter & Gordon – "Mohair Sam"
6c) Beau Brummels – "Catch Us If You Can" (end of medley)
7) The Animals – "Club A Go-Go" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)

Show #22: 11th October 1965 

Host: George Maharis

1) George Maharis (host) – "Teach Me Tonight" and "Something's Gotta Give"
2) The Animals – "It's My Life"
3) Dionne Warwick – "Looking with My Eyes"
4) George Maharis & Dionne Warwick – "Mohair Sam"
5) Joe & Eddie – "Walking Down the Line"
6) Medley (Tribute to Bob Dylan):
6a) George Maharis – "Like a Rolling Stone"
6b) Joe and Eddie – "What I Really Want to Do"
6c) Hullabaloo Dancers dance to instrumental version of "Mr. Tambourine Man"
6d) Dionne Warwick – "Mr. Tambourine Man"
6e) The Animals – "It Ain't Me, Babe"
6f)George Maharis and guests - "Blowing in the Wind" (end of medley)
7) George Maharis – "World Without Sunshine"
8) The Gentry's – "Keep On Dancing"

DVD 11:

Show #23: 18th October 1965

Host: Paul Anka

1) Paul Anka – "It Only Takes A Moment"
2) Diana Ross and the Supremes – "I Hear A Symphony"
3) Leslie Uggams – "Alexander's Ragtime Band"
4) The Back Porch Majority – "Wait And See"
5) David Winters dance segment - "Yesterday" (instrumental version recorded by Peter Matz)
6) Paul Anka – "Treat Her Right"
7) Leslie Uggams & The Back Porch Majority – "Everybody Loves A Clown"
8) Diana Ross & The Supremes - "Lovers' Concerto"
9) Paul Anka and guests - "A Little Bit Better"
10) Len Barry – "One Two Three" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
11) David Winters – "Hang On Sloopy" (with the Supremes?)

Show #24: 25th October 1965

Host: Petula Clark

Petula Clark (host) – "I Know A Place" and "Downtown" medley
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs – "Ring Dang Doo"
Kim Weston – "Take Me In Your Arms"
Noel Harrison (Rex Harrison's son) – "A Young Girl"
Petula Clark & Noel Harrison – "Knees Up Mother Brown"
The Toys – "A Lover's Concerto"
Pat Adiarte – "Five Different Girls"
Petula Clark – "Round Every Corner"

Show #25: 1st November 1965

Host: Peter Noone

1) Herman's Hermits (hosts) – "I'm Henry VII, I Am" (brief)
--Herman's Hermits – "Henry the VII" (with special Hullabaloo lyrics)
2) Lola Falana – "A Foggy Day In London" (brief) and "Chicago"
3) The Lovin' Spoonful – "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice"
4) Herman (Peter Noone) – "Real Live Girl" (brief)
5) Lesley Gore – "My Town, My Guy and Me"
6) Dick Kallman – "Looking Around" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
7) David Winters dance segment – theme from "Hullabaloo-A-Go-Go"
8a) Herman (Peter Noone) – "Positively Fourth Street"
8b) The Lovin' Spoonful – "May The Bird Of Paradise"
8c) Lola Falana & David Winters – "Everyone's Gone To The Moon"
8d) Leslie Gore & Dick Kallman – "Everybody Loves A Clown" (end of medley)
9) Herman's Hermits – "Just A Little Bit Better"

Show #27: 15th November 1965

Host: Barry McGuire

1) Barry McGuire (host) – "The Lonesome Road" (or "Look Down That Lonesome Road")
2) The Kingsmen – "Louie, Louie" (abridged) and "Money"
3) Brenda Lee, Brenda McNair and Barry McGuire – "Gotta Get A Goin'"
4) Barbara McNair – "You're Gonna Love My Baby"
5) Brenda Lee – "Yesterday's Gone"
6) Brenda Lee, Brenda McNair and Barry McGuire – "Gotta Get A Goin'" (reprise)
7) Rolling Stones film footage (instrumental version of "Satisfaction")
8) The Rolling Stones – "She Said Yeah" and "Get Off Of My Cloud" (live vocals with pre-recorded backing music).
9) Barry McGuire – "This Precious Time"

DVD 12:

Show #29: 29th November 1965 (Colour!)

Host: Michael Landon

1) Michael Landon - "I Like It Like That"
2) The Byrds - "The Times They Are A-Changin'"
3) Jackie DeShannon - "A Lifetime Of Loneliness"
4) THE HULLABALOO DANCERS (choreographed by David Winters) - "Satisfaction"
5) Chad And Jill - "The Cruel War"
6) TOP POP MEDLEY (song excerpts)
6a) Michael Landon – "You Were On My Mind"
6b) Jackie DeShannon – "You've Got Your Troubles"
6c) The Byrds – "Do You Believe In Magic?"
6d) David Winters – "Baby Don't Go" (missing from MPI release)
6e) Chad and Jill, Michael Landon – "Houston" (end of medley)
7) Paul Revere and the Raiders - "Steppin' Out"

Show #30: 6th December 1965

Host: Frankie Avalon

1) Frankie Avalon (guest host) – "Do I Hear A Waltz?"
--Frankie Avalon introduces the individual members of the Hollies.
2) The Hollies – "Look Through Any Window"
Frankie Avalon sings a few lines from "Nancy With The Laughing Face" to introduce the next guest.
3) Nancy Sinatra – "So Long Babe"
4) The Ronettes – "You Baby" (missing from MPI release)
5) Lola Falana – "Wouldn't It Be Lovely" ("Loverly")
6) Medley of TV Theme songs (excerpts from songs):
6a) Frankie Avalon – "Hullabaloo Theme"
6b) A few lines from the Bonanza Theme are performed.
6c) Frankie Avalon – "Bewitched" theme
6d) Nancy Sinatra, Lola Falana, and Frankie Avalon – "The Andy Griffith Show" theme
6e) Frankie Avalon – "Moon River"
6f) Lola Falana & Nancy Sinatra – "Beverly Hillbillies" theme
6g) Frankie Avalon – "Everybody Loves Somebody"
6h) Lola Falana & Nancy Sinatra – Theme from "Flipper"
6i) Frankie Avalon – "Branded" (a line or two from song)
6j) Theme from "The Flintstones" theme
6k) "Action" theme (end of medley)
7) The Yardbirds – "I'm A Man" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)

Show #31: 13th December 1965

Host: Robert Vaughn

1) Robert Vaughn (host) – "I Want a Girl"
2) Goldberg-Miller Blues Band (with Steve Miller) – "The Mother Song"
3) The Supremes – "Children's Christmas Song"
4) The Serendipity Singers – "When Peaches Grow On Lilac Trees"
5) The Four Tops – "Something About You"
6) Robert Vaughn – "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter"
7) The Four Tops – "A Taste of Honey"
8) The Supremes – "My Favorite Things"
9) Robert Vaughn and the Serendipity Singers – "Second Hand Rose"
Robert Vaughn and guests - "'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
11) Pete Matz and His Orchestra – "Symphony" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go Symphony)

Show #32: 20th December 1965

Host: Jerry Lewis

Jerry Lewis (dressed as Santa Claus) sings "This Old Man"
Jerry Lewis – "Old McDonald March" (Lewis removes Santa suit. Kids march in carrying animals)
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 (Andy Williams is their uncle) – "What's New Pussycat?"
Jerry Lewis with sons Chris & Scotty – "Jingle Bells" (refrain only) and "Just Because We're Kids"
Jerry Lewis and guests sing "12 Days of Christmas"
Scott, Lewis, & Chris – "Edelweiss"
Hullabaloo Kids – "The Twelve Days Of Christmas" (special Hullabaloo Lyrics)
The Bantams – "Do You Love Me?" and "Susie Q" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)
Jerry Lewis – "Goodnight Little People"

DVD 13:

Show #33: 27th December 1965

Host: Alan King

Alan King (host) – "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, music: "England Swings"
Members of the New York Knicks basketball team are introduced.
The Womenfolk – "Quittin' Time"
Alan King & Brenda Lee (medley) – "Wham," "Caldonia," "Downtown," "Let Me Off Uptown" and "Shanty In Old Shanty Town"
The Rascals – "Good Lovin'" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)

Show #34: 3rd January 1966

Host: Roger Smith

Roger Smith (host, from the "Mr. Roberts" TV show) – "Chim Chim Cheree"
--The Beatles – "Day Tripper" (promo video, taped in England)
--Jonathan King – "Everyone's Gone to the Moon" excerpt
--Jonathan King – "Where the Sun Has Never Shone"
--Lesley Gore – "We Know We're In Love"
Top Pop segment (Top hits of 1965 – song excerpts):
1. Jonathan King, Lesley Gore, and Roger Smith – "You Were On My Mind" (brief)
2. Ramsey Lewis (playing piano) – "The In Crowd"
3. Lesley Gore & Roger Smith – "You're the One I Love"
4. Lesley Gore – "Downtown"
5. Dancers, music: "Help" (instrumental version of song)
6. Jonathan King – "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"
7. Lesley Gore – "Stop In the Name of Love"
8. Lesley Gore, Jonathan King, Roger Smith and Ramsey Lewis – "Satisfaction"
9. Roger Smith – "Can't Help Myself"
10. Entire cast (dancers and guests) – "Wooly Bully" (END of medley)
--The Beatles – "We Can Work It Out" (promo video, taped in England)
--Ramsey Lewis Trio – "Hang On, Sloopy" (instrumental version)
Hullabaloo closing titles

Show #35: 10th January 1966

Host: Leslie Uggams

1) Leslie Uggams (host) – "I Could Have Danced All Night"
--Leslie sings an excerpt of a song she performed on the "Sing Along with Mitch" show.
2) The Shangri-La's – "Long Live Our Love"
--Leslie Uggams sings a few lines from "Mr. Tambourine Man," then introduces Barry McGuire.
3) Barry McGuire – "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands"
4) Peter & Gordon – "Woman"
5) Leslie Uggams, Peter & Gordon – "You Are My Sunshine"
6) Leslie Uggams & Barry McGuire - medley (excerpts of Roger Miller songs): "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" and "King Of The Road"
7) The McCoys – "Fever" (Hullabaloo a Go-Go segment)
8) Closing credits

Show #36: 17th January 1966

Host: Trini Lopez

1) Trini Lopez (host) sings "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey"
2) The Vogues - "Five O'Clock World"
3) Everly Brothers – "The Price of Love"
4) Everlys and Lopez - medley: "Wake Up, Little Susie," "Bye Bye, Love" and "Bird Dog."
5) David Winters – "The Anti-Protest Song"
6) Trini Lopez sings a few lines from "I'm Telling You Now" as an intro to Freddie and the Dreamers.
7) Freddie and the Dreamers – "A Windmill in Old Amsterdam"
8) Trini Lopez – "Made in Paris"
9) Trini Lopez – "La Bamba" (or, according to another source, "What'd I Say?")

DVD 14:

Show #37: 24th January 1966

Host: Dean Jones

1) Dean Jones (host) – "Every Day" (or "Everyday")
2) Peter Nero - Theme from "Thunderball"
3) Bruce Scott – "You Can't Lose Something"
4) The Bitter End Singers – "Let Me in Or Keep Me Out"
5) MEDLEY of Walt Disney songs:
5a) Dean Jones - "That Darn Cat" theme
5b) Dean Jones & The Bitter End Singers – "Hi Ho" and "Hi Diddle Dee"
5c) Dean Jones & The Bitter End Singers (medley) – "When I See An Elephant Fly," "Zip A Dee Doo Dah" and "Mickey Mouse Song."
6) Dean Jones – "Counting Flowers On The Wall"
7) The Bitter End Singers – "Day Tripper"
8) Bruce Scott – "Sounds Of Silence"
9) Dean Jones & The Bitter End Singers – "We Can Work It Out"
10) Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels – "Jenny Take A Ride" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)

Show #40: 14th February 1966

Host: Skitch Henderson

1) Skitch Henderson (host) – "Hard Day's Night" (instrumental)
2) The Steel Bandits (from Long Island) play "It's Not Unusual" on steel oil drums.
3) Skitch Henderson starts to sing but is immediately interrupted by a clip of Johnny Carson.
4) The Marvelettes – "Don't Mess With Bill"
5) David Winters & The Hullabaloo Dancers dance to "Zorba The Greek"
6) Chad & Jeremy – "Teen Age Failure"
7) Skitch Henderson & Orchestra – "Oh Yeah"
8) Jackie & Gayle – "My Funny Valentine" and "Call Me"
9) Chad, Jeremy, & Skitch Henderson – "Summer Song"
10) Skitch Henderson & orchestra – "Day Tripper" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)

Show #41: 21st February 1966

Hosts: The Righteous Brothers

1) The Righteous Brothers (hosts) – "Let The Good Time Roll"
2) Paul Revere and the Raiders – "Kicks"
3) Nancy Sinatra – "These Boots Are Made For Walking"
4) Bob Lind – "Elusive Butterfly"
5) Paul & Barry Ryan – "Have Pity On The Boy"
6) Medley of songs from the Beatles' "Rubber Soul" album (song excerpts):
6a) Righteous Brothers – "I've Just Seen A Face"
6b) Nancy Sinatra & The Righteous Brothers – "Run For Your Life"
6c) The Righteous Brothers – "Girl"
6d) Nancy Sinatra & The Righteous Brothers – "Wait"
6e) The Righteous Brothers – "Michelle"
6f) Nancy Sinatra & The Righteous Brothers – "I've Just Seen A Face" (end of medley)
7) The Righteous Brothers – "Soul and Inspiration"
8) Paul Revere and the Raiders – "Just Like Me" (with closing credits)
The Righteous Brothers talk during part of "Just Like Me" by announcing next week's guests. George Hamilton cameo.

Show #42: 28th February 1966

Host: George Hamilton

1) George Hamilton (host) – "Let's Face The Music And Dance"
2) The Young Rascals – "Slow Down"
3) Lainie Kazan – "I Cried For You"
4) Medley of comic strip theme songs:
4a) George Hamilton – theme from "Orphan Annie"
4b) Theme from "Barney Google"
4c) "Popeye" theme
4d) Hullabaloo Dancers dance to "Batman" theme (end of medley)
5) Simon & Garfunkel – "Homeward Bound"
6) Mel Carter – "All Of A Sudden My Hearts Sings" (excerpt) and "Love Is All We Need" (or "Love Is All I Need")
7) George Hamilton & Mel Carter – "Memphis, Tennessee"
8) The Young Rascals – "Good Lovin''

DVD 15:

Show #43: 7th March 1966

Host: Pat Boone

1) Pat Boone – "Every Little Movement"
2) The Turtles – "You Baby"
3) Nancy Ames – "Where Am I Going?"
4) Pat Boone & Nancy Ames – "The Spanish Flea"
5) Pat Boone – "The Green Beret"
6) Pat Boone & The Womenfolk – "Womenfolk"
7) The Womenfolk – "Reno, Nevada"
Pat Boone introduces Donovan (in song)
8) Donovan – "Genevieve"
9) The Turtles – "Almost There"

Show #44: 14th March 1966

Host: Gary Lewis

1) Gary Lewis - "The Wild Blue Yonder"
2) The Mamas and the Papas - "California Dreamin'"
3) Dionne Warwick - "Message To Michael"
4) Bobby Rydell - "The Joker"
5) Noel Harrison - "(It's All Over Now) Baby Blue"
6) Top Pop Medley (song excerpts):
6a) Gary Lewis & The Playboys – “I’m Sure Gonna Miss Her”
6b) The Mamas & The Papas – “Nowhere Man”
6c) Dionne Warwick and Noel Harrison – “Homeward Bound”
6d) Bobby Rydell & Hullabaloo Cast – “Daydream” (end of medley)
7) Gary Lewis and the Playboys - "Run For Your Life"

Show #45: 23rd March 1966 (Time Coded)

Hosts: The Serendipity Singers

1) Serendipity Singers (hosts) – "Willowy Billowy Land"
2) Bobby Fuller Four – "I Fought the Law"
3) Linda Bennett – "Any Old Time of Day"
4) Hullabaloo Dancers Pat Adiarte and Tom Cahill dance to "Nowhere Man"
5) Bobby Goldsboro – "It's Too Late"
6a) Serendipity Singers – "It's Spring" and "April Showers"
6b) Linda Bennett – "Spring is Here"
6c) Bobby Goldsboro – "A Young Man's Fancy" (end of medley)
7) Serendipity Singers – "Phoenix Love Theme"
8) Bobby Fuller Four – "Love's Made A Fool Of You"

Show #46: 28th March 1966

Hosts: Chad & Jeremy

1) Chad and Jeremy (co-hosts) – "Where Would You Be Without Me" (or "Where Would I Be Without You?")
2) The Outsiders – "Time Won't Let Me"
3) Joe Tex – "The Love You Save"
4) Baby Jane Holzer – "You're Gonna Hurt Yourself"
5) Chad and Jeremy – "Distant Shores"
6) Chad and Jeremy & the Back Porch Majority – "Ladies Auxiliary Barn Dance"
7) The Back Porch Majority – "Workin' Man"
8) Chad and Jeremy – "Sticks and Stones"

DVD 16:

Show #47: 4th April 1966

Host: Soupy Sales

1) Soupy Sales (host) – "Ballin' the Jack" (1920's song)
2) The Young Rascals – "Good Lovin'"
3) Lada Edmunds, Jr. (Hullabaloo dancer) - sings "I Know Something"
4) Tony and the Tigers – "Day Tripper" (Group with Soupy's sons Hunt and Tony)
5) Soupy, Hunt and Tony – "Ballgame Trio" and "Meet the Mets"
6) We Five – "You Were on My Mind" (excerpt) and "You Let A Love Burn Out"
7) Soupy and the We Five – "Daydream"
8) The Remains – "Diddy Wah Diddy"

Show #48: 11th April 1966 (Colour!)

Host: Paul Anka

1) Paul Anka - "What Now My Love"
2) The Cyrkle - "Red Rubber Ball"
3) Lesley Gore - "Young Love"
4) THE HULLABALOO DANCERS (choreographed by David Winters)
5) Peter and Gordon - "Woman"
6) ACADEMY AWARD Medley - Nominees for Best Song of 1965:
6a) Paul Anka and Lesley Gore - "You're Gonna Hear From Me" (from "Inside Daisy Clover")
6b) Lesley Gore - "I Will Wait for You" (from "Umbrellas of Cherbourg")
6c) Peter and Gordon - "Ballad of Cat Ballou" (from "Cat Ballou")
6d) Paul Anka - "The Shadow of Your Smile" (from "Sandpiper")
6e) The Cyrkle and other guests - "What New Pussycat?"
7) Peter and Gordon - "Wrong From The Start"

… plus nearly 1 hour of “Bonus Tracks” (includes some songs from the “missing” shows)

These 4 Episodes are currently “missing”, and are NOT on the above DVDs:

Show #26: 8th November 1965

Hosts: The Serendipity Singers

1) The Serendipity Singers (hosts) – "Sing Out" 
2) Little Jimmy Dickens – "May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose" 
3) Marvin Gaye – "People" (brief) and "Ain't That Peculiar?" 
4) Dusty Springfield – "Some of Your Lovin'" 
5) Donna McKechnie – "Do I Hear A Waltz?" 
6) Bruce Scott – "So Much to Live For" 
7a) Serendipity Singers – "Yesterday" 
7b) Marvin Gaye – "Taste of Honey" 
7c) Bruce Scott and Dusty Springfield – "Turn, Turn, Turn" 
7d) All (Hullabaloo guests) – "Round Every Corner"

Show #28: 22nd November 1965

Hosts: The Dave Clark Five

1) The Dave Clark Five – "Having A Wild Weekend" 
2) Dionne Warwick – "Are You There?" 
3) The Brothers Four – "Try To Remember" 
4) Lola Falana, Joannie Sommers & The Dave Clark Five – "Catch Us If You Can" 
5) Lola Falana – "Gotta Travel On" 
6) Joannie Sommers – "The Shadow of Your Smile" ("Sandpiper" theme) 
7) MEDLEY (Salute to Burt Bacharach): 
7a) The Dave Clark Five – "Wives & Lovers" 
7b) Joannie Sommers – "You'll Never Get To Heaven" 
7c) Lola Falana – "Wishin' And Hopin'" 
7d) The Brothers Four (& Hullabaloo Dancers) – "What The Worlds Needs Now" 
7e) Dionne Warwick – "Walk On By" 
7f) All (Hullabaloo guests) – "Magic Moments" and 'What's New Pussycat?' (end of medley) 
8) The Dave Clark Five – "Over And Over"

Show #38: 31st January 1966

Host: Frankie Avalon

1) Frankie Avalon – "South Rampart Street Parade" 
2) The T-Bones – "No Matter What Shape Your Stomach's In" 
3) Judi Rolin – "Much More" 
4) Frankie Avalon with Brothers Four – "San Francisco Bay Blues"
5) Brothers Four – "It Was a Very Good Year" 
6) Smokey Robinson & the Miracles – "Going to a Go Go" 
7a) Frankie Avalon – "Uptight" 
7b) Smokey Robinson – "Ain't That Peculiar" 
7c) Judi Rolin – "I Hear a Symphony" 
7d) The Brothers Four – "How Sweet It Is to be Loved by You" 
8) Hullabaloo dancers – "Stop in the Name of Love"

Show #39: 7th February 1966

Host: Roger Smith

1) Roger Smith (host) – "Put On A Happy Face" 
2) The Lovin' Spoonful – "Daydream" 
3) Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons – "Hurt Yourself" and "Working My Way Back To You Babe" 
4) Christine Cooper – "S.O.S" 
Roger Smith sings a few lines from "Michelle" as an intro to Michelle Lee. 
5) Michelle Lee – "Feeling Good" 
Roger Smith and Michelle Lee - sing "Moon River," "Blue Skies," "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds," "Tea for Two," "Beautiful Deamer," "Witchcraft," "It Happened in Monterey" and "A Taste of Honey" 
7) The Lovin' Spoonful – "There She Is" (Hullabaloo A Go-Go segment)

1 comment:

  1. Following my recent "complete" sets of 'Shindig!' and 'Shivaree', here's a near-complete set of 'Hullabaloo' (if anyone has those 4 "missing" shows then please get in touch!).


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