Network: CBC Television Network
Broadcast Run: 1969
Broadcast Medium: Television
Aired Monday evenings at 9 pm during the summer of 1969.
Similar in content to The Good Company, produced in Winnipeg, this show also featured a young cast of Canadian talent, only this show featured comedy, music and dance in the true spirit of variety television. The cast featured the debuts of Alan Thicke who later went on to American television fame, and writer, and Bob Ezrin who later went on to produce Pink Floyd records. [See The Good Company ]
Performers: Alan Thicke, Dee Higgins, Bill McKeown, Brian Russell, Vera Biloshisky, and Sandy Crawley, who sang the theme song each week.
Producer/director: Dave Thomas
Senior writer: Mark Sheckter
Writers: Rick Sanders, Cliff Jones, Maribeth Solomon
Musical Director: Jim Pirie
Arrangements by Doug Riley and Rick Wilkins
Vocal coach: Vern Kennedy
Choreographers: Judi Richard and Malcolm Gale
Written by John Corcelli – May, 2005