The Big T.N.T. Show


1966

Film Details

Also Known As
This Could Be the Night
Release Date
Jan 1966
Premiere Information
Los Angeles opening: 19 Jan 1966
Production Company
American International Productions
Country
United States

Synopsis

David McCallum dashes into a Hollywood auditorium called The Moulin Rouge, and thousands of teenagers mob him. Finally reaching the orchestra, he waves a baton and introduces the first in a succession of musical entertainers who perform their hit recordings. Highlights include: Joan Baez singing "Five Hundred Miles," Roger Miller singing "King of the Road," Ray Charles singing "Georgia on My Mind," Petula Clark singing "Downtown," Donovan singing "Universal Soldier," The Byrds with "Mr. Tambourine Man," The Lovin' Spoonful singing "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice," and Ike and Tina Turner performing many of their hits.

Crew

Samuel Z. Arkoff

Executive Producer

Jeff Barry

Composer

Robert Boatman

Director of Photography

Steve Boone

Composer

Leonard Borisoff

Composer

John Braislin

Camera

James Brown

Composer

Hoagy Carmichael

Composer

Ray Charles

Composer

Petula Clark

Composer

Ray Conners

Tech Director

Sam Cooke

Composer

Idris Davis

Composer

Don Dunbar

Sound Recording

Bob Dylan

Composer

Ward Ellis

Choreography

Jerry Goldstein

Associate Producer

Stuart Gorrell

Composer

Ellie Greenwich

Composer

Ernest Hall

Camera

Carl Hanseman

Video engr

Tony Hatch

Composer

Marjorie Holcomb

Wardrobe

O'kelley Isley

Composer

Randolph Isley

Composer

Rudolph Isley

Composer

Del Jack

Production Manager

Mick Jagger

Composer

Lawrence Klein

Art Director

S. Richard Krown

Post-prod Supervisor

Kenneth Lamkin

Camera

Leonard Lee

Composer

Larry Levine

Audio cons

John Madera

Composer

Barry Mann

Composer

David Mccallum

Orch Conductor

Rose Marie Mccoy

Composer

Ellas Mcdaniel

Composer

Sylvia Mckinney

Composer

Roger Miller

Composer

Eve Newman

Film Editor

James H. Nicholson

Executive Producer

Philm Ochs

Composer

Don Randi

Assistant Music Director

Anthony Ray

Assistant Director

Keith Richard

Composer

Teri Robinson

Choreography & Assistant choreography

Buffy Sainte-marie

Composer

Henry G. Saperstein

Executive Producer

Henry G. Saperstein

Company

John B. Sebastian

Composer

Pete Seeger

Composer

Ronald Sinclair

Film Editor

Phil Spector

Producer

Phil Spector

Composer

Lionel St. Peter

Audio eng

Gary Stanton

Camera

Cynthia Weil

Composer

Hedy West

Composer

David White

Composer

Oscar E. Wilson

Tech Supervisor

Film Details

Also Known As
This Could Be the Night
Release Date
Jan 1966
Premiere Information
Los Angeles opening: 19 Jan 1966
Production Company
American International Productions
Country
United States

Quotes

Trivia

Notes

Filmed before a live audience November 29, 1965. Prerelease title: This Could Be the Night.