N.p. N.p., 1966. Set of three remarkable double weight photograph of Carol Burnett, Rock Hudson, Frank Gorshin, and Ken Berry on the set of one of Carol Burnett's earliest television specials, "Carol and Company," which aired on October 9, 1966.
CBS tested the waters with Carol Burnett four times with specials between 1963 and 1966. This photograph was shot on the set of the fourth of these, introducing audiences to several of her own characters, her unique brand of skits, and choice guest stars. Ken Berry, featured in one photograph, would go on to become an important fixture in Ms. Burnett's stable of comedians.
About one year later, on September 11, 1967, "The Carol Burnett Show" made its debut. It was wildly successful, quickly becoming the most popular variety show in the history of television, running for 11 seasons until 1978.
14 x 11 inches (25 x 41 cm). Fine.