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ABC Stage 67 is the umbrella title for a series of 26 weekly American television shows that included dramas, variety shows, documentaries and original musicals.

ABC Stage 67 is the umbrella title for a series of 26 weekly American television shows that included dramas, variety shows, documentaries and original musicals.

Original Release

09/14/1966 on ABC

Cast

The Doodletown Pipers Themselves
John F. Kennedy Himself (archive footage)
Diahann Carroll Herself
Godfrey Cambridge Husband
Dorothy Stickney Mrs. Monday
Charles Moore Himself (as Charles Moore)
David Doyle Crying Man
J. Pat O'Malley
Cass Elliot Herself (as The Mamas and the Papas)
John Baragrey Ed Bartlett
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Love Song of Barney Kempinski Wednesday, 14 September 1966
2 Dare I Weep, Dare I Mourn? Wednesday, 21 September 1966
3 Where It's At Wednesday, 28 September 1966
4 The Kennedy Wit Wednesday, 05 October 1966
5 Olympus 7-0000 Wednesday, 12 October 1966
6 The Confession Wednesday, 19 October 1966
7 The Canterville Ghost Wednesday, 02 November 1966
8 The People Trap Wednesday, 09 November 1966
9 Evening Primrose Wednesday, 16 November 1966
10 Noon Wine Wednesday, 23 November 1966
11 The Legend of Marilyn Monroe Wednesday, 30 November 1966
12 On the Flip Side Wednesday, 07 December 1966
13 The Brave Rifles Wednesday, 14 December 1966
14 A Christmas Memory Wednesday, 21 December 1966
15 The Trap of Solid Gold Wednesday, 04 January 1967
16 Sex in the Sixties Thursday, 12 January 1967
17 General Eisenhower on the Military Churchill Thursday, 26 January 1967
18 David Frost's Night Out in London Thursday, 02 February 1967
19 The Light Fantastic, or How to Tell Your Past, Present and Maybe Your Future Through Social Dancing Thursday, 09 February 1967
20 C'est La Vie Thursday, 23 February 1967
21 Rodgers & Hart Today Thursday, 02 March 1967
22 Trilogy: The American Boy - Skaterdater/The River Boy/Reflections) Thursday, 09 March 1967
23 I'm Getting Married Thursday, 16 March 1967
24 A Time for Laughter: A Look at Negro Humor in America Thursday, 06 April 1967
25 The Wide Open Door Thursday, 20 April 1967
26 The Human Voice Thursday, 04 May 1967
27 Eat The Document

Directors

Ted Kotcheff, Paul Bogart, Stanley Prager, Frank Perry, James Gilbert, Sam Peckinpah, Alex Segal, Franklin J. Schaffner, William A. Graham, John Robins, Noel Black, Joe Layton, Win Opie, Paddy Sampson, Lew Schwartz, Gerald Freedman, Laurence E. Mascott, Arthur Storch, Terry Sanders, Bill Davis

Writers

Murray Schisgal, Norman Lear, Barry Cryer, Dick Vosburgh, Sam Peckinpah, John Cleese, Buck Henry, Dick Cavett, Pat McCormick, Jean Cocteau, John Osborne, Noel Black, David Frost, Tim Brooke-Taylor, T.E.B. Clarke, William A. Attaway, Stanley Mann, Bill Adler, Theodore Strauss, Peter Vincent, David McKellar, Neil Shand, Ellen M. Violett, Earl Hamner Jr., Bill Adler, Laurence E. Mascott, David Karp, Stanley Mann, Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Arthur Laurents, Clive Exton, John Collier, David Nobbs, Truman Capote, Oscar Wilde, Ron Friedman, Robert Sheckley, Terry Sanders, Larry Hovis, Tom Waldman, Frank Waldman, Robert Emmett, Jerome Chodorov, James Goldman, John D. MacDonald, John le Carré, Burt Shevelove, Eleanor Perry, Katherine Anne Porter, Tom Koch

Cast

The Doodletown Pipers Themselves
John F. Kennedy Himself (archive footage)
Diahann Carroll Herself
Godfrey Cambridge Husband
Dorothy Stickney Mrs. Monday
Charles Moore Himself (as Charles Moore)
David Doyle Crying Man
J. Pat O'Malley
Cass Elliot Herself (as The Mamas and the Papas)
John Baragrey Ed Bartlett
Charlotte Rae Woman in Window
Phyllis Newman Mary Severance
Stanley Simmonds Man
Derek Francis Dr Leander
Jill Andre Pearl
Robert Emhardt Burleigh
Jackie Robinson
Queen Elizabeth II Herself (archive footage)
Steve Sanders Arthur
Tippy Walker Virginia Otis

Producers

Editors

Ralph Rosenblum, Arthur Schneider, Terry Sanders

1967 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Program Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Program Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama Won
1967 Emmy Special Classifications of Individual Achievements Won
1967 Emmy Outstanding Variety Special Nominated
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