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Max Liebman Spectaculars, aka Max Liebman Presents, is an American television anthology series, presented monthly in a 90-minute format. A total of 28 episodes aired every fourth Sunday (some Saturday) from September 12, 1954, to June 9, 1956, on NBC. Each episode incorporated music and dance and several episodes were dedicated to musical presentations alone. Authors included Neil Simon, Elmer Rice, and Billy Friedberg. Max Liebman produced and directed. Among the guest stars were Judy Holliday, Natalie Wood, Steve Allen, Frank Sinatra, Marcel Marceau, Tony Randall, Ann Sothern and Maurice Chevalier.
|January 2, 1955||Good Times||Judy Holliday, Steve Allen, Dick Shawn, the Ritz Brothers|
|January 15, 1955||Naughty Marietta||Patrice Munsel, Alfred Drake|
|October 1, 1955||Heidi (musical adaptation)||Wally Cox, Jeannie Carson|
|April 14, 1956||The Adventures of Marco Polo||Alfred Drake, Doretta Morrow|
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