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Best of Bandstand DVD Collection

The Best of Bandstand

One of the most loved and longest running music shows in Australian history, Bandstand aired weekly on Australian TV for an incredible 14 years from 1958-1972. Hosted by Brian Henderson, the show featured a huge array of regulars including: The Delltones, Col Joye and the Joy Boys, Little Pattie, Bryan Davies, Laurel Lea and many more. 2-5 DVDs, 8-18 episodes, 190-850 mins.
Best of Bandstand DVD CollectionSKU: MBEST
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BEST OF BANDSTAND - VOLUME 6

DISCS:  3 DVDs
TOTAL RUNNING TIME:  435 mins (7 hrs and 15 mins)
LANGUAGES:  English
GENRE:  TV Series / Music / Variety
SUBTITLES:  No
SINGERS:  Chubby Checker, Eartha Kitt, Al Martino, Ethel Azama, Damita Jo, The Delltones, The De Kroo Brothers, Col Joye and the Joy Boys, Pat Carroll, Judy Stone, Lonnie Lee, Laurel Lea, Jimmy Hannon and more
RATING:  G - General
FORMAT:  B&W, PAL
ASPECT:  4:3 Standard
AUDIO:  Dolby Digital 2.0
REGIONS:  ALL (Worldwide)
YEAR:  1963
Disc 1 (10th April, 1963)
1. David Bridge - Boss Guitar
2. The David Bridge Trio – Pipeline
3. Pat Carroll – Some Day
4. Jay Justin – Proud of You
5. Vicki Forrest – Like I Do
6. Buddy Bond – Old Dan Tucker
7. Jimmy Hannon – All the Kings Horses
8. Jimmy Hannon – I’m Just a Country Boy
9. Jimmy Hannon – Interview with Brian
10. The Davie Bridge Trio – The Swan
11. Vicki Forrest – Summer Holiday
12. Album Reviews/Col Joye Skiing Footage
13. Leilani – Tamoure
14. Jimmy Hannon – There’ll Never Be Another You
Disc 1 (8th June, 1963)
15. Ethel Azama – The Gypsy in my Soul
16. Ethel Azama – All I Need is You
17. Jimmy Stewart – 18 Yellow Roses
18. Pat Carroll – Our Day Will Come
19. The Bee Gees – Little Band of Gold
20. Jerry J Wilder - Let’s
21. The Shirley Regan Dancers perform The Bossa Nova Incorporating the Stomp
22. Pat Carroll – The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else
23. Jimmy Stewart – Nobody’s Darling but Mine
24. Jerry J Wilder – Oh! Claire
25. The Bee Gees – Please Please Me
26. Ethel Azama – You Don’t Know What Love Is
27. Ethel Azama – Thou Swell
Disc 1 (19th August, 1963)
28. Colin Cooper – I Want You to Want Me
29. Robyn Alvarez – A Doodlin’ Song
30. The Hi Fi’s – Standing on the Corner
31. The Hi Fi’s – You Don’t Learn That at School
32. Steve Stevenson – I Remember You (Mime)
33. George Rich – Falling
34. The Bee Gees – Blowin’ in the Wind
35. Steve Stevenson – Big Bad John
36. Robyn Alvarez – Little Boat
37. Colin Cooper – (You’re the) Devil in Disguise
38. Poncie Ponc – This Could be the Start of Something Big
39. Poncie Ponc - Lazy River
40. George Rich – That Old Black Magic
41. The Bee Gees – Take Hold of That Star
42. The Hi Fi’s – Red Shoes
43. Robyn Alvarez – This Little Light of Mine
Disc 2 (31st August, 1963
44. Laurel Lea – No Trespassing
45. Lonnie Lee – Acres of Everything But Love
46. Adrian Usher – Talk Back Trembling Lips
47. Pam Bradley & Adrian Usher Duet – The Shade of the Old Apple Tree
48. Sue Raney – Fun Time Again
49. Sue Raney – What is this Thing Called Love
50. The Delltones – Surf City
51. Kerry Neilsen – Try Being Nice to Me
52. Pam Bradley & Adrian Usher Duet
53. Pam Bradley – It’s My Party
54. Lonnie Lee – I’d Like to Leave If I May
55. Laurel Lea – My Block
56. Laurel Lea – Little Yellow Roses
57. Al Lane – Roses and Girls
58. Kerry Neilsen – Exactly Like You
59. Sue Raney – Fly Me to the Moon
60. Sue Raney – Some of these Days
Disc 2 (19th October, 1963
61.  Johnny Rohan – Come Back
62. Laurel Lea – Get Him
63. Colin Ifield – The Wonder of You
64. The Bee Gees – Da Do Ron Ron
65. The Bee Gees – Sweets for my Sweet
66. Pat Carroll – Dance On
67. Pat Carroll – Dance On
68. Johnny Rohan – Boulevard of Broken Dreams
69. The Joy Boys – Murphy the Surfie (film Clip)
70. Doug Owen – Pay Me My Money Down
71. Doug Owen – Shenandoah
72. Al Martino – I Love You Because
73. Al Martino – Painted Tainted Rose
74. Colin Ifield – Tips of My Fingers
75. Brian Henderson & Pee Wee Wilson reading wind up doll entires
76. The Delltones – Beach Party
77. Hootenanny Dance Competition Studio Contest
Disc 2 (23rd November, 1963)
78. Chubby Checker – Limbo Rock
79. Chubby Checker – Men Smart, Woman Smarter
80. Damita Jo – I Believe in You
81. Damita Jo – The Last Dance
82. The Treniers – Rag Mop
83. Unidentified  artist – Rock a Bye Baby with a Dixie Melody
84. Al Martino – I Love You Because
85. Al Martino – Living a Lie
86. Diane Hart – You Don’t Know Me
87. Diane Hart – In the Summer time (You Don’t Want My Love)
88. Duke Hazlett – Just in Time
89. Sue Raney – Fly Me to the Moon
90. Sue Raney – Some of these Days
91. Mark Wynter – Lazy River
92. Mark Wynter – Heaven’s Plan
93. Eartha Kitt – You’re My Man
Disc 3 (Moomba Festival Special)
94. The Joy Boys – Perform (Instrumental)
95. The De Kroo Brothers – Silver Threads and Golden Needles
96. The De Kroo Brothers – Language of Love
97. Lorraine Davies – A Lot of Livin’ to Do
98. Johnny Rohan – The Night has a Thousand Eyes
99. The Delltones – Come a Little Bit Closer
100. Grantley Dee – The Cry of the Wild Goose
101. Grantley Dee  - Running Scared
102. Judy Stone – Swanee River Rock
103. Judy Stone – Save All Your Loving’ for Me
104. Judy Stone – Let’s Have a Party
105. Col Joye – Kissin’ Time
106. Col Joye – Sweet Dreams of You
107. Col Joye – Bye Bye Baby Goodbye
108. Col Joye – What’d I Say
109. Col Joye and Cast – When the Saints Go Marching In
1963 (Airdate unknown)
110. Lonnie Lee – When the Bells Stop Ringing
111. Johnny Byrell – Hello Young Lovers
112. Judy Stone – It’s a Good Day
113. Brian & Judy introduce twist segment
114. The Sundowners – Hawaiin War Twist
115. Hector Epi – Impersonator
116. The Sundowners – The Story of a Maori Motor Car
117. The Sundowners – What’d I Say
118. Brian interviews French film star Marie-France Pusier
119. Johnny Byrell – Can’t Help Falling in Love
120. Lonnie Lee – I Want you So
121. Judy Stone – You Don’t Know
122. Judy Stone – (‘til) I Kissed You
123. Johnny Byrell – Tonight
124. Pee Wee & The Delltones beach segment
125. Johnny Rebb – City of Tears
126. Johnny Rebb – Walk On Boy
Country & Western Special
127. The Delltones – My Voice Keeps Changing on Me
128. Judy Stone – You Used to Be
129. Col Joye – A White Sports Coat
130. Judy Stone – Buttons and Bows
131. Col Joye & Brian discuss Country & Western music
132. The De Kroo Brothers – It Never Came True
133. Shirley Regan & Kevan Johnston dance to Gently Johnny
134. Len Hutchinson – medley of songs on his electric guitar
135. Entire Cast – Deep in the Heart of Texas
136. Judy Stone – Sentimental Me
137. Judy Stone and Col Joye – Til the End of the World
138. The Delltones – High Noon
139. Col Joye – The Man that Killed my Brother Lou
140. Col Joye – The World is Waiting for the Sunrise
141. Col Joye & Brian tribute to Don Gibson, sing a variety of songs

 

BEST OF BANDSTAND - VOLUME 7

DISCS:  2 DVDs
TOTAL RUNNING TIME:  360 mins (6 hrs)
LANGUAGES:  English
GENRE:  TV Series / Music / Variety
SUBTITLES:  No
SINGERS: Jimmie Rodgers, Wayne Newton, Max Merrit & the Meteors, Janice Slater, Sandy Scott, Judy Stone, Lucky Starr, Laurel Lea, Robin Alvarez, Normie Rowe, The Delltones, Jimmy Little, Col Joye and the Joy Boys, Jacki Weaver, Helen Reddy
RATING:  G - General
FORMAT:  B&W, PAL
ASPECT:  4:3 Standard
AUDIO:  Dolby Digital 2.0
REGIONS:  ALL (Worldwide)
YEAR:  1964-1965
Disc 1- 1964
1. Sandy Scott – I Who Have Nothing
2. Lynne Fletcher – Interview with Brian
3. Lynne Fletcher – The First Time
4. The Delrays – Acrobatic Performance to the Grand Opera
5. The Delrays – Interview with Brian
6. Sandy Scott – I Listen to my Heart
7. Sandy Scott – Roy Orbison Tribute
8. The Shirley Regan Dancers
9. Paul and Paula – Hey Paula
10. Paul and Paula – Interview with Brian
11. Paul and Paula – Flipped Over You
12. Lynne Fletcher – The Night Has Just Begun
13. Sandy Scott & Lynne Fletcher – Long Tall Texan
Disc 1 - 30th May, 1964 (Best of 1964)
14. Sandy Scott – America
15. Judy Stone – Walks Like a Man
16. Laurel Lea & Kevin Todd – This Could be the Start of Something Big
17. Pam Liversidge – Tribute to Al Jolson
18. Robin Alvarez – Strike up the Band
19. Lorrae Desmond – Moon River
20. Jack Jones – Wives and Lovers
21. Wayne Newton – Mack the Knife
22. Freddy Paris with Don Burrows – Sweet Georgia Brown
23. Lucky Starr – That’s How it Went
24. Laurel Lea – Anyone Who Had a Heart
25. The Delltones – Medley from the Best of the Delltones
26. Brian Introduces the “Star Search International” Competition
27. Robyn Alvarez & Peter Brandon – Love’s a Ball
28. Jimmy Hannan & Laurel Lea – This Can’t Be Love
29. Col Joye & Danielle Dorice – We’ll Make the Best of It
Disc 1 – 21st November, 1964 (Col Joye Special)
30. Col Joye & the Joy Boys – Tell Me What I Say
31. Judy Stone – Hands
32. Jimmy Little – Dixie Melody
33. Col Joye – Swanee
34. Col Joye – Toot Toot Tootsie
35. Cheryl Bracken – Ask Me How Do I Feel
36. Cheryl Bracken – Too Darn Hot
37. Col Joye & the Joy Boys – Dream Lover
38. Col Joye & the Joy Boys – All Shook Up
39. Col Joye & the Joy Boys – I Got a Woman
40. The Shirley Regan Dancers – Perform
41. Judy Stone – You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
42. Jimmy Little – Fools Rush In
43. Jimmy Little – Call Up the Lifeline
44. Col Joye – Bye Bye Blackbird
45. Col Joye – Sleepytime Gal
46. Col Joye – I’ll Give You Love
47. Col Joye & the Joy Boys – Peggy Sue
48. Col Joye & the Joy Boys – Shake, Rattle N Roll
Disc 1 – 15th May, 1965 (Academy Hit Parade)
49. Shirley Regan & Kevan Johnston – The Continental
50. Brian introduces an Academy Awards “Oscar” Statue
51. Jacki Weaver – Buttons and Bows
52. Johnny Rohan – Gigi
53. The Chantinos – Lullaby of Broadway
54. Denis Keane – It Might as Well be Spring
55. Denis Keane – Never on a Sunday
56. Sandy Scott – Days of Wine and Roses
57. Sandy Scott – High Noon
58. Brian introduces “The Starflight International” Competition
59. Marcia Jones (Starflight Contestant) – Goldfinger
60. Gino Cunico (Starflight Contestant) – Till
61. Jacki Weaver – Swinging on a Star
62. Johnny Rohan – All the Way
63. Johnny Rohan – Atcheson Topeka & The Santa Fe
64. Sandy Scott – Moon River
65. The Chantinos – Love is a Many Splendoured Thing
66. The Chantinos – Zippa De Doo Da
67. Jacki Weaver & Brian Henderson – Chim Chim Cheree
68. The Bandstand Cast – High Hopes
Disc 2 – 22nd May, 1965 (Sing, Sing, Sing)
69. Bill and Boyd – Sing, Sing, Sing
70. Merv Benton – Pretty Girls Everywhere
71. Max Merrit & The Meteors – Heatwave
72. Brian introduces “The Starflight International” Competition
73. Sandra Lynne (Starflight Contestant) – Secret Love
74. Cheryl Bracken – Birds and Bees
75. Cheryl Bracken – It’s Not Unusual
76. Marianne Woods – I Can’t Even Cry
77. Bill and Boyd – Cloudy Summer Afternoon
78. Bill and Boyd – Doodling Song
79. The Kay Sisters (Starflight Contestant) – Sailor
80. Sharon Black (Starflight Contestant) – Under the Smile of Love
81. Brian interviews Sharon Black (Starflight Winner of 1964)
82. Sharon Black – I Know a Place
83. Max Merritt and the Meteors – So Long Baby
84. Merv Benton – Mess of Blues
85. Brian interview Merv Benton
86. Merv Benton – Cincinatti Fireball
87. Bill and Boyd – Be Boop
Disc 2 – 12th June, 1965
88. Jimmie Rodgers – World I Used to Know
89. Pat Carroll – That’s All You Do
90. The Delltones – Glad All Over
91. Laurel Lea – Gone Away
92. Laurel Lea – Long Live Love
93. Bill and Boyd – Got a Lot of Living to Do
94. Brian interviews Bill and Boyd
95. Bill and Boyd – Wamred Over Kisses
96. Bill and Boyd – Are You Kissing More Now (But Enjoying it Less)
97. Brian introduces Round 2 of the Starflight Contest
98. Gerald Heaslip (Starflight Contestant) – It Only Takes a Moment
99. Helen Reddy (Starflight Contestant) – I Belong
100. Jimmy Rodgers – If I Had a Hammer
101. Jimmie Rodgers – Someplace Green
102. Brian interviews Jimmie Rodgers
103. Jimmie Rodgers – Honeycomb
104. Pat Carroll – Where Have You Been
105. The Delltones – Shoop Shoop
106. Brian interviews Pee Wee from the Delltones
107. The Delltones – Candyman
108. Jimmie Rodgers – Town & Country
Disc 2 – 14th August, 1965
109. The Delltones – First Gear
110. Janice Slater – I’m Over You
111. Janice Slater – Shake it Up Baby
112. Sharon O’Brien
113. Normie Rowe – I Just Don’t Understand
114. Michelle Edwards (Starlight Contestant) – Try and Catch the Wind
115. Peter Blizzard & Tony Johnson (Starlight Contestants) – Performances on Piano and Drums
116. The Barry Sisters – Won’t You Come Home
117. Freddie Paris – Working on the Chain Gang
118. Brian interviews Freddie Paris
119. Freddie Paris – Mona Lisa
120. Freddie Paris – Point of No Return
121. Sharon O’Brien – Little Home
122. The Delltones – Walk
123. The Delltones – Cotton Fields
124. Freddie Paris – Georgia Brown
Disc 2 – 20th November 1965
125. Brian recaps the past contestants for Starflight International
126. John Denver (Starlight Contestant) – What’s New Pussycat
127. Lee Sanders – Imprevu
128. Mervyn DeSouza – Where are You Going to My Little One
129. Peter Fox – What Kind of Fool Am I
130. Robyn Smith (1964 Starlight Contestant) – Quit Your Lowdown Ways
131. Tess Keegan – Everybody Loves a Lover
132. The Lincoln Greens – Very Unfortunate Man
133. Graham Chapman – You Were on My Mind
134. Gaye Hudson – It’s Alright with Me
135. Tony Cole (1964 Starflight Contestant) – Boomerang Baby
136. Tony Cole (1964 Starflight Contestant) – Bewitched
137. Cheryl Bracken (1964 Starflight Contestant) – I’ve Got you Under my Skin
138. Emma Hannah – Hello Young Lovers
139. Barbara Gibson (1964 Starflight Contestant) – Call Me
140. Barbara Gibson (1964 Starflight Contestant) – I Don’t Want to Live
141. Brian recaps 1965 Starflight Contestants

 

BANDSTAND LIVE - CILLA BLACK & THE SHADOWS 1968

DISCS:  1 DVD
TOTAL RUNNING TIME:  100 mins
SUBTITLES:  No
PERFORMERS:  Cilla Black, The Shadows, Olivia Newton-John, Pat Carroll, Don Spencer, George Golla, Roger Whittaker
PRESENTED BY:  Brian Henderson
RATING:  G - General
FORMAT:  B&W, PAL
ASPECT RATIO:  4:3 Standard
AUDIO:  Dolby Digital
REGIONS:  ALL (Worldwide)
YEAR:  1968
Disc 1 - Cilla Black (1968)
1. Cilla Black - You're My World
2. Don Spencer – It's a Most Unusual Day
3. Don Spencer – Exactly Like You
4. George Golla – There’ll Never be Another You (Bandstand Guitarist)
5. George Golla – Lot of Livin’ to Do
6. Roger Whittaker – Emily
7. Roger Whittaker – The Russian Whistling Song
8. Roger Whittaker & Do Spencer – Sam Miguel
9. Cilla Black – Follow Me
10. Cilla Black – What the World Needs Now is Love
11. Brian Interviews Cilla
12. Cilla Black –You’d be so Nice to Come Home to
13. Cilla Black –Step Inside Love
14. Cilla Black –Love of the Loved
15. Cilla Black – It’s for You
16. Cilla Black – Suddenly You Love Me
The Shadows (1968)
17. The Shadows – Hank Marvin (lead guitar), Bruce Welsh (Rhythm Guitar), John Farrar (Bass) and Brian Bennett (Drums)                    perform Bombay Duck
18. Jesse Davis – Our Day Will Come
19. Marcie and the Cookies – Heatwave
20. Alan Dean – You Came a Long Way from St. Louis
21. Olivia Newton-John  – Love Never Dies
22. Pat Carroll – What the World Needs Now is Love
23. Olivia Newton-John  & Pat Carroll – Today
24. Jesse Davis  - Something to Think About
25. Jesse Davis – Love
26. Marcie and the Cookies – Waling Along
27. Allan Dean – Folks Who Live on the Hillo
28. Allan Dean – Miss Elaine E.S. Jones
29. The Shadows – The Day I Met Marie
30.  Brian Interviews Hank Marvin and Bruce Welsh
31. The Shadows – Last Train tho Clarkesville (Instrumental)
32. The Shadows – Dear Old Mrs Bell
33. The Shadows – The Rise and Fall of Fingel Bunt