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Hello Dolly

Der Goldene Schuss

Louis Armstrong

1965
TV show, Hoechst, Germany, March 25, 1965. With The All Stars, Max Greger and Big Band

Hello Dolly

Der Goldene Schuss

Louis Armstrong

TV showGermanyB&WLive performanceEntry id = 15206
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Hello Dolly, When The Saints Go Marching In, Mack The Knife, Blueberry Hill, Old Man Time*

Hollywood Palace

Louis Armstrong

1965
First broadcast May 1, 1965. *With Jimmy Durante. Show includes tributes to Louis for 50 years in show business.

Hello Dolly, When The Saints Go Marching In, Mack The Knife, Blueberry Hill, Old Man Time*

Hollywood Palace

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4654
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Well-Dressed Man, What A Day, Alley Cat, Again You Turn-a, Old Man Time*

Hollywood Palace

Jimmy Durante

1965
First broadcast May 1, 1965. *With Louis Armstrong

Well-Dressed Man, What A Day, Alley Cat, Again You Turn-a, Old Man Time*

Hollywood Palace

Jimmy Durante

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4660
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My Shining Hour, Who Can I Turn To, I've Got You Under My Skin Medley, One For My Baby*

The Frank Sinatra Spectacular

Sammy Davis Jr

1965
Filmed Kiel Opera House, St Louis, June 20, 1965. With Count Basie Orchestra, conducted by Quincy Jones. *Includes impressions of Louis Armstrong, Mel Torme and others

My Shining Hour, Who Can I Turn To, I've Got You Under My Skin Medley, One For My Baby*

The Frank Sinatra Spectacular

Sammy Davis Jr

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 3306
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When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Struttin' With Some Barbecue, A Lot Of Livin' To Do, Avalon, My Man*, Mack The Knife, Ole Miss

Shindig!

Louis Armstrong

1965
Filmed July 1965, first broadcast November 11, 1965. *Jewel Brown - vocal

When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Struttin' With Some Barbecue, A Lot Of Livin' To Do, Avalon, My Man*, Mack The Knife, Ole Miss

Shindig!

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 15273
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Cabaret

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1966
First broadcast September 11, 1966

Cabaret

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 20500
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Blueberry Hill, C'est Si Bon, Hits Medley*

The Danny Kaye Show

Louis Armstrong

1966
First broadcast November 16, 1966. With Danny Kaye, Caterina Valente

Blueberry Hill, C'est Si Bon, Hits Medley*

The Danny Kaye Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 22609
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It's Today*,Louis Armstrong Hits Medley** I'll Remember April, A Door Will Open

The Danny Kaye Show

Caterina Valente

1966
First broadcast November 16, 1966. *With Danny Kaye. **With Danny Kaye, Louis Armstrong

It's Today*,Louis Armstrong Hits Medley** I'll Remember April, A Door Will Open

The Danny Kaye Show

Caterina Valente

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 22610
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So Long Dearie, 'German Town' song, When The Saints Go Marching In*

The Danny Kaye Show

Louis Armstrong

1967
First broadcast January 4, 1967. *With Danny Kaye

So Long Dearie, 'German Town' song, When The Saints Go Marching In*

The Danny Kaye Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 22182
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Cheesecake

Hollywood Palace

Louis Armstrong

1967
First broadcast April 1, 1967. Includes Tyree Glenn - vocals

Cheesecake

Hollywood Palace

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 19403
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Hello Dolly

Operation : Entertainment

Louis Armstrong

1967
ABC TV show, filmed December 20, 1967. Fort Hood Army Base, Kileen, Texas. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars

Hello Dolly

Operation : Entertainment

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 3827
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When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Instrumental, Blueberry Hill, Sunrise Sunset, Mack The Knife, Undecided, Mood Indigo, That's My Desire, There'll Be Some Changes Made*,I Left My Heart In San Francisco*,Bare Necessities,What A Wonderful World,Hello Dolly

Show Of The Week

Louis Armstrong

1968
First broadcast August 2 and 9, 1968. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars. *With Jewel Brown - vocals

When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Instrumental, Blueberry Hill, Sunrise Sunset, Mack The Knife, Undecided, Mood Indigo, That's My Desire, There'll Be Some Changes Made*,I Left My Heart In San Francisco*,Bare Necessities,What A Wonderful World,Hello Dolly

Show Of The Week

Louis Armstrong

TV showUKColourLive performanceEntry id = 3847
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Hello Dolly

Hello, Dolly!

Louis Armstrong

FilmUSAColourMimedEntry id = 2748
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Just A Closer Walk With Thee

Newport Jazz Festival 1970

Mahalia Jackson

1970
Festival Field, Newport, Rhode Island, July 10, 1970. With Louis Armstrong

Just A Closer Walk With Thee

Newport Jazz Festival 1970

Mahalia Jackson

Concert filmUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 10947
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I'm Confessin'

Newport Jazz Festival 1970

Dizzy Gillespie

1970
Festival Field, Newport, Rhode Island, July 10, 1970. Includes impression of Louis Armstrong

I'm Confessin'

Newport Jazz Festival 1970

Dizzy Gillespie

Concert filmUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 11067
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When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Pennies From Heaven, Blueberry Hill

Newport Jazz Festival 1970

Louis Armstrong

1970
Festival Field, Newport, Rhode Island, July 10, 1970

When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Pennies From Heaven, Blueberry Hill

Newport Jazz Festival 1970

Louis Armstrong

Concert filmUSAB&W Live performanceEntry id = 14049
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Mack The Knife, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate*, The Whiffenpoof Song, When The Saints Go Marchin' In, I'm A Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas*

The Flip Wilson Show

Louis Armstrong

1970
First broadcast October 22, 1970. *With Flip Wilson

Mack The Knife, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate*, The Whiffenpoof Song, When The Saints Go Marchin' In, I'm A Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas*

The Flip Wilson Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 3674
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Blue Yodel No.9 (Standin' On The Corner)

The Johnny Cash Show

Louis Armstrong

1970
First broadcast October 28, 1970. With Johnny Cash

Blue Yodel No.9 (Standin' On The Corner)

The Johnny Cash Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 1580
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What A Wonderful World

David Frost's International Variety Show

Louis Armstrong

1970
Finsbury Park Astoria, London, October 29, 1970. Relayed by CCTV to regional cinemas in the UK

What A Wonderful World

David Frost's International Variety Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUKB&WLive performanceEntry id = 12650
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When I Fall In Love

The Flip Wilson Show

Johnny Brown

1970
First broadcast December 3, 1970. Impressions of Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong

When I Fall In Love

The Flip Wilson Show

Johnny Brown

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 3212
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When It's Sleepytime Down South, That's My Desire*, Boy From New Orleans (When The Saints Go Marching In), Blueberry Hill**

The David Frost Show

Louis Armstrong

1971
First broadcast February 10, 1971. *With Tyree Glenn. **With Bing Crosby

When It's Sleepytime Down South, That's My Desire*, Boy From New Orleans (When The Saints Go Marching In), Blueberry Hill**

The David Frost Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 12644
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Blueberry Hill

The David Frost Show

Bing Crosby

1971
First broadcast February 10, 1971. With Louis Armstrong

Blueberry Hill

The David Frost Show

Bing Crosby

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 12649
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Includes - You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine, Groovy People, Bad Bad Leroy Brown, Gone At Last*, You've Got A Friend**, Tributes to Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke, Nat King Cole***

The Lou Rawls Special

Lou Rawls

1977
First broadcast April 21, 1977. *With The Emotions. **With Crystal Gayle. ***Includes impression of Louis Armstrong

Includes - You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine, Groovy People, Bad Bad Leroy Brown, Gone At Last*, You've Got A Friend**, Tributes to Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke, Nat King Cole***

The Lou Rawls Special

Lou Rawls

TV showUSAColourMimed / Live performanceEntry id = 18120