The Kraft Summer Music Hall
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The Kraft Summer Music Hall was a 1966 television music comedy series broadcast in America. It was written by George Carlin starring George Carlin and John Davidson as the host. The Four King Cousins were regular performers known then as The Five King Cousins which included member Tina Cole who later starred in TVs My Three Sons. A total of ten episodes aired from June 13 to August 29, 1966.
The weekly musical group was the We 5 Comedians Flip Wilson, George Carlin and Richard Pryor were regular performers on the series.The series was selected by the American Forces Radio and Television Service for airing over its overseas TV stations.
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