VARIETY SPECIALS

LYNDA CARTER VARIETY SPECIALS

005 LYNDA CARTER - BODY AND SOUL

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Lynda Carter: Street Life

Premiere: CBS, Friday, March 16, 1984, 8:00 PM.

Director: Don Mischer.    Writer: Robert Arnott.
GUEST-STARS:

EDDIE RABBITT.

BEN VEREEN.
SONGS FEATURED:

[1] "I GOT A NAME" Performed by Lynda Carter.

[2] "CHATTANOOGA CHOO-CHOO" Performed by Lynda Carter.

[3] "I'VE GOT A GIRL IN KALAMAZOO" Performed by Ben Vereen.

[4] "BLUES IN THE NIGHT" Performed by Lynda Carter.

[5] "DEED I DO" Performed by Lynda Carter.

[6] "RHUMBA GIRL" Performed by Lynda Carter.

[7] "NOTHING LIKE FALLING IN LOVE"  Performed by Eddie Rabbitt.

[8] "JUST YOU AND I" Performed by Lynda Carter & Eddie Rabbitt.

[9] "30s MOVIES MEDLEY" [Featuring TOP HAT, WHITE TIE AND TAILS, LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE, STEPPING OUT WITH MY BABY, FASCINATING RHYTHM, CHEEK TO CHEEK, DANCE IN HEAVEN, 42ND STREET,  and LULLABY OF BROADWAY.] Performed by Lynda Carter.

[10] "THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY" Performed by Lynda Carter.

  [11] "GIMME SOME LOVING" Performed by Lynda Carter.
  [12] "ALWAYS" Performed by Lynda Carter.
CREDITS:
Producer: Don Mischer.
Executive Producer: Lynda Carter, Don Mischer.
Associate Producer: Jan Cornell.
Musical Director: Johnny Harris.

Executive In Charge of Production: David J. Goldberg.

Production Associate: Rudi Hinkson.
Choreographer: Walter Painter.
Costumes Designed by: Pete Menefee.
Assistant To The Producer: Lesley Maynard.
Set Decorator: Debe Hale.

Associate Choreographer: Charlene Painter.

Technical Director: Karl Messerschmidt.
Lightning Director: Olin Younger.
Audio: Joe Ralston.
Art Director: Romain Johnston.
Creative Consultant: Joyce Temple Harris, Johnny Harris.
Production Coordinator: Kristin Sheets.
Assistant Director: Jan Cornell, Wenda Fong.
Assistant Costume Designer: Diana Eden.
Assistant to Lynda Carter: Trisha Malin.
Props: Darrell Crane.
Production Associate: Geoff Bennett.
Best Girl: Mavis.
Production Aide: Kermit W. Plinton, II.
Production Manager: Bob Gould.
Stage Managers: Steven J. Santos, Sheila Stewart.
Video: Jerry Smith.

Cameras: Bruce Bottone, George Falardeau, Jim Herring, Mike Stramisky.

Arizona Sequences:
Lightning Director: Red McKinnon.
Audio: Doug Nelson.
Video: Malan McCubbin.
Cameras: Larry Heider, Tom Geren.
Recording Engineer: Gregg Venable.
Post Production Mix: Ed Greene.
Make-Up: Antonio V.
Hair: Connie Nichols.
Wonder Woman clip courtesy of Warner Bros. Wonder Woman panels used by permission of DC Comics.
Portions of this show were filmed in the Coconino National Forest, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Lynda Carter: Street Life
Lynda Carter: Street Life
Lynda Carter: Street Life
Editors: Mark West, Jerry Wade.

Special Musical Material by: Joyce Temple Harris, Johnny Harris.

A Presentation of Potomac Productions in association with Don Mischer Productions.

  1984 Elsie Productions Inc. dba Potomac Productions. All Rights Reserved.

Awards: Awards: "Emmy Award" nomination for "LYNDA CARTER'S BODY AND SOUL" for Outstanding Art direction for a variety or music program (Romain Johnston's Art Direction and Debe Hale's Set Decoration). Sunday, September 23, 1984, Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA. Lynda Carter was executive producer of the show. / "Emmy Award" nomination for "LYNDA CARTER'S BODY AND SOUL" for outstanding Lightning direction for a limited series or special (Olin Younger and Fred McKinnon as Lightning Directors). Sunday, September 23, 1984, Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA. Lynda Carter was executive producer of the show. / "Emmy Award" nomination for "LYNDA CARTER'S BODY AND SOUL" for outstanding technical direction, camerawork, video for a limited series or a special (Technical Director: Karl Messerchdmidt, Cameramen: Bruce Bottone, George Falardeau, Tom Geren, Larry Heider, Jim Herring and Mike Stramisky; Senior Video Control: Jerry R. Smith). Sunday, September 23, 1984, Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA. Lynda Carter was executive producer of the show.

STATS MEDIA TRIVIA

RUNNING TIME: 0:50:00 [1 hour including commercials].
VHS: Not available on commercial video. Available on VHS thru fan services.
DVD: Not available on commercial video.
INFO: This is Lynda Carter's fifth and last television special.
AUDIO: [1] "I GOT A NAME" MP3.
[2] "CHATTANOOGA CHOO-CHOO" MP3.
[3] "THE HERO" MP3.
[4] "BLUES IN THE NIGHT" MP3.
[5] "DEED I DO" MP3.
[6] "JUST YOU AND I" MP3.
[7] "30s MOVIES MEDLEY" MP3.
[8] "THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY" MP3.
[9] "GIMME SOME LOVING" MP3.
[10] "ALWAYS" MP3.
VIDEO: [1]  "I GOT A NAME" WMV.
[2]  "CHATTANOOGA CHOO-CHOO" WMV.
[3]  "THE HERO" WMV.
[4]  "BLUES IN THE NIGHT" WMV.
[5]  "DEED I DO" WMV.
[6]  "JUST YOU AND I" WMV.
[7]  "30s MOVIES MEDLEY" WMV.
[8]  "THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY" WMV.
[9]  "GIMME SOME LOVING" WMV.
[10]  "ALWAYS" WMV.
TRIVIA: [] Last of the specials produced by Lynda Carter's own husband then, Ron Samuels.
[] The show won two Emmys out of three nominations.
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