Telly...Who Loves Ya, Baby?

Tagline : 3 Beautiful Women and One Telly

Runtime : 60 mins

Genre : Music Comedy TV Movie

Plot : At the height of his KOJAK TV series fame, Telly Savalas starred in this variety special that was sponsored by Kraft Foods and shown without commercial interruption. Barbara Eden, Cloris Leachman, Diahann Carroll and others appear and join in the singing and dancing and mugging.

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