Andy Williams started appearing on television in the 1950s. Williams premiered his variety television show in the early 1960s
on NBC. The program lasted for several years as one of NBC's top ranked programs. The collection consists of television scripts
The Andy Williams Show.
In his teens Andy Williams began his singing career as one of the Four Williams brothers. The group teamed with comedianne
Kay Thompson and formed a nightclub group. The group disbanded in 1952 and in 1954 Williams became a featured vocalist on
The Tonight Show. After appearing in several summer replacement shows, Williams was given a fall series on NBC. The hour variety show lasted
five seasons (1962-67) and featured The New Christy Minstrels and the Osmond Brothers. The show was produced by Bob Finkel
and Edward Stephenson, directed by Bob Henry, and featured writers Don Hinkley, Harry Crane, and Mel Diamond.
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