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The Jack Paar Tonight Show 

Tonight Starring Jack Paar (original title)
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Series cast summary:
Hugh Downs ...  Himself - Announcer / ... 1,091 episodes, 1957-1962
Jose Melis Jose Melis ...  Himself - Bandleader / ... 1,026 episodes, 1957-1962
Jack Paar ...  Himself - Host 809 episodes, 1957-1962
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USA

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English

Release Date:

29 July 1957 (USA) See more »

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The Jack Paar Show See more »

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Berlin, Germany See more »

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Mono

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Black and White (1957-1960)| Color (1960-1962)

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1.33 : 1
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Many episodes of this series are believed to be lost. See more »

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Jack Paar: [Jack Paar's last words as host of The Tonight Show, calling to his dog sitting in the audience] Come on, Lika... we're going home.
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Follows Tonight! America After Dark (1957) See more »

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Walk Out Was One Of A Few
14 August 2011 | by bobbydiasSee all my reviews

Me,Bobby Dias AKA Kissing Bobby, had been appearing on the Tonight show and then The Jack Paar Show at the Burbank Studios. Jack had been thinking of traveling a lot and his office was full of travel brochures, mostly Africa and China. A few times Jack would just not feel like going on with the show so others would sub for him, including a few times myself. I was good enough, they thought, for them to offer me a contract to the host of what they would call "The Tonight Show"(in the contract offer. This was before Johnny Carson and others were offered the job. I declined the offer, saying that at 14 I did not want to stay in the so-called "grown-up" world of show business people and millionaires and billionaires and politicians and the like that I had been for the last 7 years. Whatever about that, Jack had stayed off and walked off a few times before- just his time to move on. The final walk-off was one of those times there was not me or anybody else there able and willing to jump in to keep the show going. Two days later he said to me that the censorship had nothing to do with him walking off the set or quitting the show and that he did not care if they sued him for every penny he had for breach of contract. Just his time for whatever else.


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