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Bernadette Peters in Concert is one of the "Exclusive for DiscoVision" programs filmed in Edmonton, Alberta.
The disc includes stereo DiscoVision music at the beginning of side 1 and the normal orange and white spiral
bumpers at the side break. However, there is no music on the opening bumper for side 2. The photo on the back
jacket is backwards, as is the artwork on Mel Tormé and Della Reese.
The quality of the audio and video transfer is sharp and clear. The program contains full range music which appears
full of life. Bernadette Peters was actually the last of the ITV productions recorded, but the first to
be released to disc. Neil Sedaka was the first production recorded in 1976 followed by
Mel Tormé and Della Reese in 1978, and finally Bernadette Peters in 1979.
The show itself is awful.
Bernadette Peters in Concert, along with the other ITV titles, was prepared exclusively for DiscoVision under a contract with ITV and the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton Alberta. It was never reissued on LaserDisc.
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