This show was preceded by a 7-episode summer series in 1972, titled "The Bobby Darin Amusement Company." When the show premiered as a regular series, in January 1973, it was titled simply, ... See full synopsis »
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 Himself - Host 13 episodes, 1973
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 Himself / ... 12 episodes, 1973
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 Himself - Announcer / ... 10 episodes, 1973
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 Himself / ... 8 episodes, 1973
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 Himself / ... 7 episodes, 1973
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This show was preceded by a 7-episode summer series in 1972, titled "The Bobby Darin Amusement Company." When the show premiered as a regular series, in January 1973, it was titled simply, "The Bobby Darin Show" (But it kept the name "Amusement Company" for the production company name, listed at the end credits).The show features Darin playing characters in vignettes with his guest stars and co-stars --with the women, he plays Groucho Marx, a favorite impression in those days; he and his friend, Richard ("Dick") Bakalyan, portray a couple of guys from "the old Neighborhood"--Angie and Carmine, who converse about various things. Darin has a singing duet with his beautiful female guest star every week (Nancy Sinatra, Connie Stevens, Cloris Leachman, Freda Payne, Helen Reddy, Petula Clark, and more), whilst gazing into their eyes, sexily. These sizzling duets included: Cloris Leachman, Petula Clark and Freda Payne; Connie Stevens' duet with him was less sexy than very friendly and joyous...

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19 January 1973 (USA)  »

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El show de Bobby Darin  »

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Bobby Darin Show Availability aka Bobby Darin Amusement Co.
27 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

Will this variety show ever be available on DVD or broadcast on TV? Has it ever been shown after the original broadcast? Does anyone know who owns the rights to the show ( NBC perhaps)? Are the shows are still in existence in the can somewhere? I understand that several TV series are available on DVD. I know there must be an audience for these. Maybe they could be direct marketed to a fan club . The Bobby Darin.net web site could sell them to his devoted fans. Many of Bobby's devoted, rabid fans were not alive or cognizant when he was performing. I am sure I speak for many fans of TV shows in general that we would like greater access to old TV shows. In this age of internet streaming and You Tube, I would think that this is not a difficult task. Also, it would possibly be more cost effective now.


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