The Kenny Everett Video Show (later renamed The Kenny Everett Video Cassette) was a British television comedy and music programme made by Thames Television for ITV from 3 July 1978 to 21 May 1981. Philip Jones, Thames Television's head of light entertainment, asked his son who he would like to see on television - he replied Kenny Everett.
With Kenny Everett, Hot Gossip, David Essex, Cliff Richard. This show featured music set to imagery, just prior to MTV. Most of it was concert footage though some had effects and a theme. It had a choreography segment featuring dancers known as "Hot Gossip". At the end of the episode, Kenny Everett would burst through the "THAMES" logo. The film was shown backwards, so it appeared that the paper was being repaired rather than torn. One version had an extended version of the Thames theme, another version had the crew laughing while the logo was being "repaired".
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The Kenny Everett Video Show, lays down the blueprints for the zany comics later and more influential Television show, but in its own right is as funny, innovative and as welcome as anything Cuddly Ken had ever created on the airwaves or the tube. Although Everett had flirted with the medium before,. More most notably on TV Sketch Series like The Kenny Everett Explosion, Making Whoopee and Ev, it was only by 1978, that the technological advances of Television had found its way up to his unique level
The 'Will Kenny Everett Make It to 1980?' Show (Roxy Music). 3. The Kenny Everett New Year's Daze Show (David Essex). 12/31/1980 Volume 1. 06/12/1981 Volume 2. 06/12/1982.
The Kenny Everett Video Show photos, posters, stills and award nominations.
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