ENJOY GREAT SONGS & JOYFUL LAUGHS WITH PERRY COMO IN COLOR!From the 1940s into the 1990s, Perry Como was a warm and welcoming presence on television with his long-running, award-winning programs. For much of the same period, Perry also ranked among the biggest-selling male vocalists in America, recording dozens of hit records such as Till The End Of Time, Catch A Falling Star, and It's Impossible.In 1959, he began hosting a weekly show called Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall. This later became a series of monthly specials with stellar guest stars. This Special Edition presents a rare April 1967 live "In Living Color" broadcast from NBC-TV studios in New York, with Perry welcoming rising comic George Carlin along with pop-jazz singer Nancy Wilson and young ballerina Joyce Cuoco. In prime form, Perry sings his latest hit Stop! And Think It Over and other favorites, such as A Taste Of Honey, How Beautiful The World Can Be, Dindi, Breezin' Along With The Breeze, and The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy). Bonus Features include Perry in a comedy skit with Flip Wilson, singing and clowning with Carol Burnett, a duet of "Talk To The Animals" with country icon Bobbie Gentry, and a variety of colorful Como solo performances (including Dear Heart and America The Beautiful).