Later he made a guest appearance on the third episode of the first season of The Bobby Vinton Show in September 1975, singing "I've Got The Music In Me" and "Never Can Say Goodbye." He successfully sang the Polish lyrics with Vinton to the show's "My Melody of Love" theme song.
A triple heart bypass survivor, he participated in the "superstars" celebrity TV sports competitions of the seventies, in addition to making several appearances on the popular celebrity game show Match Game. He also made numerous appearances on several incarnations of Pyramid from the early 1970s to the early 1990s.
“It’s not like they had a space for Ann to list her actual house in Troy. Rodney Davis of Taylorville in a district that stretches from Madison County to Champaign-Urbana.
The records show details of transactions involving the purchase and sale of real estate involving Callis and her husband, St. Miyashiro said Holloran listed his Kirkwood house because that was all the space available on the various documents.“Since Jim was the primary signer of that, he just put his Missouri house” on the form, Miyashiro said.
In the Big Studio period, musical beds -- with either sex -- sometimes as a partner, was simply part of the ethos of the time, before the media's prying eyes started to expose things studio publicity departments worked hard to keep hush-hush.
Much of the material in comes from "trusted sources," or naked gossip basically, although both authors use the same sources for many Blood Moon books, and in the past, Blood Moon has come out with some truths about Hollywood that the movie machinery and the stars themselves had once desperately (or ruthlessly) tried to conceal.
2 hit "Never Can Say Goodbye." He appeared on Broadway as Valentine in Galt Mac Dermot and John Guare's musical Two Gentlemen of Verona, based on the Shakespeare comedy of that name.
Davis' romantic interest with songstress and Broadway performer Melba Moore led to his co-starring role on her musical variety television show.