The Piano Show (1955)

The Liberace Show

Wladziu Valentino Liberace (May 16, 1919 – February 4, 1987), best known simply as Liberace, was a famous American pianist and vocalist. His fifteen-minute network television program, The Liberace Show, began on July 1, 1952, but did not lead to a regular network series. Instead producer Duke Goldstone mounted a filmed version of Liberace's local show performed before a live audience for syndication in 1953, and sold it to scores of local stations. The widespread exposure of the syndicated series made the pianist more popular and prosperous than ever. His first two years' earnings from television netted him $7 million and on future re-runs he earned up to 80% of the profits
San Francisco (1952)
Christmas Episode (1954)
Great Personalities (1954)
The Piano Show (1955)
Music of the Dances (1956)
Personal Holidays (1956)
Remembering Liberace (2001)
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