Originally aired Oct 16, 1965. This program features:

– Frank Sinatra: “I’ve Got the World on a String”
– Frank Sinatra and Count Basie: Medley of “Fly Me to the Moon”, “Everybody Has a Right to be Wrong”, “Please Be Kind”, “The Gal That Got Away” and “Too Marvelous for Words”
– Count Basie: “Summertime”
– Jack E. Leonard: Stand up comedy
– Peter Gennaro (choreographer-dancer): “What’s New Pussycat?” production number
– The Kessler Sisters: “The Best is Yet to Come” & “Together Wherever We Go”


29 thoughts on “Hollywood Palace 3-05 Frank Sinatra (host), Count Basie, Jack E. Leonard, Peter Gennaro

  1. Can you "Re-Post" this? Cuz I don't know what happened to the sound on here? I watched it the other night and it was fine with good sound. Thank you

  2. In Judy Garland's "The Man That Got Away" Frank sings at the end "There ain't nothing sadder than a ONE-MAN WOMAN looking for the GAL that got away". Anyone notice that? Major gaff. Macho guy Frank thought for a second he was Judy. The ABC network apparently didn't catch that. An eternal public recorded gaff. I laugh a little every time Frank puts "feeling" his way into this.

  3. Why have a video with no sound? Its like watching TV with no picture. As for violating any copy-write infringements, there are plenty of Hollywood Palace programs on You Tube, sound and all.

  4. Gennaro : Sir, u should yank this particular broadcast from your line up since it is virtually useless to watch since there is no audio & nobody wants to sit around reading lips. I for one.

  5. Too bad someone required the sound to be taken away.
    must be "a money thing". greedy little things they are.

  6. the idiots who own the rights (and they are idiots) should just release an Official version- No One is making Any money on this by muting the audio track.

  7. at least I know now why there is no audio — how ridiculous of youtube to mute the whole show — at home on the YT channel I couldn't see your message about why there was no audio — o/w I love your channel

  8. Só mesmo um idiota desprovido de qualquer consciência cultural, reivindicaria um patrimônio musical desta ordem, editado há cinquenta anos atrás, pretendendo algum lucro…

  9. Can you imagine? Being able to walk out on stage, and seeing all these people, and no matter what you sing, no matter what you say, all of those people are going to love you, and no matter what you do, you'll remain this fantastic, idolized star, because you have a great voice.

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