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  1. 1h. IMDb RATING. 7.9 /10. 45. YOUR RATING. Rate. Comedy Music. Add a plot in your language. Stars. Sammy Davis Jr. Lester Wilson. Lola Falana. See production info at IMDbPro. Add to Watchlist. Episodes 14. Browse episodes. 1 Season 1966. Photos. Top cast. Sammy Davis Jr. Self - Host. 7 episodes • 1966. Lester Wilson. Self. 3 episodes • 1966.

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    • 1966-01-07
    • Comedy, Music
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  2. 14 de abr. de 2022 · Lee Daniels‘ long-gestating Sammy Davis Jr. biographical series has been ordered at Hulu, with Elijah Kelley set to play the lead role. The untitled series has received an eight-episode order...

  3. The Sammy Davis Jr. Show is a 1966 studio album by Sammy Davis Jr., released to coincide with his television show of the same name. The album is collated from five studio sessions from 1961 to 1966. "We Open in Venice" had previously appeared on Reprise Musical Repertory Theatre (1963).

    • 33:55
    • February 1966
  4. In 1966, he had his own TV variety show, titled The Sammy Davis Jr. Show. While Davis's career slowed in the late 1960s, his biggest hit, " The Candy Man ", reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in June 1972, and he became a star in Las Vegas, earning him the nickname "Mister Show Business".

  5. Track listing. Release notes. This album received an official reissue by Collector’s Choice in the US. It is also readily available for download and on streaming platforms. The Sammy Davis, Jr. Show premiered on NBC in 1966. Despite all appearances, this is not a ‘soundtrack’ album. It does contain several studio gems, though!

  6. En 1966, el artista recibió a su propio programa televisivo de variedades de corta duración, The Sammy Davis Jr. Show. Años después, fue el anfitrión de nuevo en el programa de entrevistas Sammy y compañía , emitido entre 1975 y 1977.

  7. Actor. Producer. Director. IMDbProStarmeterSee rank. Play trailer2:38. Sammy Davis, Jr.: I've Gotta Be Me (2017) 10 Videos. 99+ Photos. Sammy Davis Jr. was often billed as the "greatest living entertainer in the world". He was born in Harlem, Manhattan, the son of dancer Elvera Davis (née Sanchez) and vaudeville star Sammy Davis Sr..