1960's Teen Dance Shows - Volume 1 takes us back to a simpler time of great early rock and roll TV.
The Jack Spector Show (1961):
U.S. TV show, New York City's WMCA "Good Guy" Jack Spector hosts his own American Bandstand-like teenage music TV show on WPRO-TV in Providence, Rhode Island. Jack's awesome music guests include:
The Metros (male vocal group a.k.a. The Crystals, not to be confused with the girl group of the same name)
The Dave Sennett Dance Party (1962):
U.S. TV show, cool nostalgia rock 'n' roll TV. WPRO-TV Channel 12, Rhode Island, teenage rock 'n' roll and dance TV show. The kids dance to rock 'n' roll hits of the day (including Ricky Nelson on record) and in-studio performers including:
Carlos Gerace (records for Philadelphia's record label Chancellor)
Larry Verne lip syncs to his hit "Mr. Custer".
Very cool local dance TV show!
PLUS LOTS OF GREAT BONUS MATERIAL:
Art Laboe Teen Dance Show (1958)
Movie Promo Trailer: “Don’t Knock The Rock”
Commercial: The now infamous Flintstones Winston Cigarettes
Commercials: “Canada Dry Ginger Ale” and “Handi-Wrap”
Movie Theatre Intermission Reels
Quality: Varies from acceptable to good, about a 7.5 to 8.0, using our Quality Rating Table located on upper left side of our home page. Click on appropriate link for detailed information on our numbered Quality Rating System.
Running Time: 120 minutes.
DVD Type / Format: 1 NTSC disc.