List Of Films And TV Series Set In Palm Springs, California

This is a list of films and TV series set in Palm Springs, California. It covers topical settings and storyline subjects set in Palm Springs and other nearby resort communities of the Coachella Valley. These communities, which include Palm Springs, Bermuda Dunes, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Mecca, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, and the Salton Sea, are in Riverside County, southern California. Included are individual episodes of TV series.

Films

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1930s

  • Lucky Dog - 1933 film[1]
  • Palm Springs (a.k.a. Palm Springs Affair) - 1936 film[2]
  • Screen Snapshots - 1924-1958 short films
    • Series 15, No. 7 (1936)
    • Series 16, No. 6 (1937)
    • Series 17, No. 5 (1938)
  • Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs - 1936 film[3]
  • Three Wise Guys - 1936 film[4]

1940s

1950s

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

2010s

Television and radio

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1940s

1950s

  • The Bob Cummings Show - 1955-1959 TV series
    • Season 4, Episode 32, "Grandpa's Old Buddy" (1958)
  • The Bob Hope Show (radio) - March 11, 1952[69]
  • The Charles Farrell Show - 1956 TV series[70]
  • Date with the Angels - 1956-1957 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 8, "Little White Lie" (1957)
  • The Frank Sinatra Timex Show - 1957-1960 TV series[71]
    • Season 2, Episode 2, "You're invited to spend the afternoon at the Frank Sinatra Show" (1959)[72]
  • General Electric Theater - 1953-1962 TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 30, "Into the Night" (1955)
  • The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show - 1950-1958 TV series[73]
    • Season 1, Episode 9, "To Go or Not to Go" (a.k.a. "Live Show #9") (1951)[74]
    • Season 2, Episode 12, "Trip to Palm Springs" (1952)[75]
    • Season 3, Episode 25, "Gracie Reports Car Stolen" (1953)[76]
    • Season 7, Episode 21, "Going to Palm Springs" (1957)[77]
  • I Love Lucy - 1951-1957 TV series
    • Season 4, Episode 26, "In Palm Springs" (1955)
  • It's a Great Life - 1954-1956 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 33, "The Palm Springs Story" (1956)[78]
  • The Jack Benny Program (also broadcast as The Jack Benny Show) - 1932-1965 radio and TV series[63]
    • "From Palm Springs California" (radio) - March 26, 1950 (with Bob Hope and The Guadalajara Trio)
    • "From Palm Springs California" (radio) - April 2, 1950 (with Al Jolson and Connie Barlow)
    • "How Palm Springs Was Founded" (radio) - February 11, 1951 (at the American Legion Hall)[66][79]
    • "Palm Springs Murder Mystery" (radio - AFRS rebroadcast) - December 9, 1951
    • "Jack Renews His Driver's License" (radio) - December 16, 1951[80]
    • "Palm Springs Steak Ride" (radio) - February 8, 1953
    • "How Palm Springs Was Founded" (radio) - March 15, 1953[81] (included Mel Blanc's Mexican gag)
    • "Steak Ride in Desert" (radio - AFRS rebroadcast) - May 24, 1953
    • "Golf Game - Discovery of Palm Springs" (radio - AFRS rebroadcast) - June 29, 1953
    • "To Palm Springs without Polly" (radio) - December 6, 1953
    • "Christmas Show from Palm Springs" (radio) - December 13, 1953
    • "Preparing for Palm Springs Vacation" (radio - AFRS rebroadcast) - May 10, 1954
    • "Preparing for Palm Springs" (also titled "In Palm Springs") (radio) - December 12, 1954
    • "Christmas at Palm Springs" (radio) - December 19, 1954
    • Season 6, Episode 13, "Jack Drives To Palm Springs" (1956)
  • The People's Choice - 1955-1958 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 16, "Sock's Master Plan" (1957)
  • Person to Person - 1953-1961 TV series
    • Season 5, Episode 17, (January 3, 1958)
  • The Phil Silvers Show - 1955-1959 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 34, "The Colonel Breaks Par" (1957)
  • Studio 57 - 1954-1956 TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 6, "Palm Springs Incident" (1956)[82]

1960s

  • The Andy Williams Show - 1959-1971 TV series
    • Season 4, Episode 19, (March 21, 1966)
  • The Beverly Hillbillies - 1962-1971 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "The Clampetts Meet Mrs. Drysdale" (1962)
  • Good Morning, World - 1967-1968 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 10, "Feet of Clay and a Head to Match" (1967)
    • Season 1, Episode 17, "First Down and 200 Miles to Go" (1968)
  • Happy - 1960-1961 TV series
  • I Spy - 1965-1968 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 1, "So Coldly Sweet" (1966)
    • Season 2, Episode 8, "Will the Real Good Guys Please Stand Up?" (1966)
  • The Jack Benny Program (also broadcast as The Jack Benny Show) - 1932-1965 radio and TV series[63]
    • Season 15, Episode 21, "Rainy Day in Palm Springs" (1965)
  • The Lucy Show - 1962-1968 TV series
    • Season 5, Episode 8, "Lucy and Carol [Burnett] in Palm Springs" (1966)[83]
  • Mannix - 1967-1975 TV series
  • Mayberry R.F.D. - 1968-1971 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 10, "Palm Springs, Here We Come" (1969)[85]
    • Season 2, Episode 11, "Palm Springs, Here We Are" (1969)[86]
    • Season 2, Episode 12, "Millie and the Palm Springs Golf Pro" (1969)[87]
    • Season 2, Episode 13, "Palm Springs Cowboy" (1969)[88]
  • The Merv Griffin Show - 1962-1963, 1965-1986 TV series
    • Season 4, Episode 169, (April 27, 1967)
    • Season 4, Episode 170, (April 28, 1968)
  • My Favorite Martian - 1963-1966 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 29, "Uncle Martin's Bedtime Story" (1965)
  • Pete and Gladys - 1960-1962 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 14, "Misplaced Weekend" (1960)
  • The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show - 1959-1964 animated cartoon series

1970s

  • City of Angels - 1976 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 7, "Palm Springs Answer" (1976)
  • Here's Lucy - 1968-1974 TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 17, "Lucy's Vacation" (1971)
  • Lou Grant - 1977-1982 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 20, "Convention" (1979)

1980s

  • It's a Living - 1980-1982 and 1985-1989) TV seroes
    • Season 4, Episode 10, "Critic's Choice" (1986)
  • L.A. Law - 1986-1994 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 9, "Divorce with Extreme Prejudice" (1987)
    • Season 5, Episode 18, "As God Is My Co-Defendant" (1991)
    • Season 6, Episode 19, "Silence of the Lambskins" (1992)
  • Murder, She Wrote - 1984-1996 TV series
    • Season 6, Episode 4, "The Error of Her Ways" (1989)
  • Too Close for Comfort - 1980-1986 TV series
    • Season 5, Episode 8, "The Two Faces of Muriel" (1985)
  • The Tracey Ullman Show - 1987-1990 TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 20, "D.U.I." (1989)

1990s

2000s

  • $40 a Day - 2002-2005 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 15, "Palm Springs" (2003)
  • 90210 - 2008- TV series
  • America's Most Smartest Model - 2007 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 10, "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 11, "Never Trust a Rottweiler" (2007)
  • The Anna Nicole Show - 2002-2003 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 10, "Anna (Palm) Springs into Action" (a.k.a. "Gimme a Spring Break") (2003)[96]
  • Antiques Roadshow - 1997- TV series
    • Season 13, Episode 1, "Palm Springs: Hour 1" (2009)
    • Season 13, Episode 2, "Palm Springs: Hour 2" (2009)
    • Season 13, Episode 3, "Palm Springs: Hour 3" (2009)
  • Art Mann Presents - 2005- TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 2, "Palm Springs/NBA All-Star Mayhem" (2009)
  • The Bachelor - 2002- U.S. TV series
  • Bam's Unholy Union - 2007 TV series
  • Bikini Destinations - 2003 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 12, "Palm Springs" (2003)
  • Boy Meets Boy - 2003 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 1, "Boy Meets Boys and Overexuberant Host" (2003)
    • Season 1, Episode 2, "Where Have All The Possibly Straight Cowboys Gone?" (2003)
    • Season 1, Episode 3, "It's Raining Gay and Secretly Straight Men" (2003)
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "Yeah, But Do You LIKE Me?" (2003)
    • Season 1, Episode 5, "The Possibly Straight Cat's Out Of The Bag" (2003)
    • Season 1, Episode 6, "Finale" (2003)
  • Bump! - 2004- TV series
    • Season 5, Episode 4, "Palm Springs" (2011)
  • The Comeback - 2005 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 8, "Valerie Relaxes in Palm Springs" (2005)
  • Cops - 1989- TV series
    • Season 19, Episode 6, "Drug Arrests #2 Special Edition" (2006)
    • Season 19, Episode 24, "Coast to Coast #15" (2007)
  • Destination Tennis - 2006- TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "Palm Springs" (2007)
  • Dirty Jobs - 2003- TV series
  • Dweezil & Lisa - 2004 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 8, "Trip to L.A. and Palm Springs, CA" (2004)
  • Eddie Griffin: Going for Broke - 2009 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 6, "Going For Broke" (2009)
  • Eisenhower & Lutz - 1988 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 1, "The Whiplash Kid Returns (1)" (2008)
  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition - 2003-2012 TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 15, "The De'Aeth Family" (2006)
  • Family Guy - 1999- animated TV series
  • Flavor of Love - 2006-2008 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 7, "Flav's Trippin'" (2006)
  • Flipping Out - 2007- Bravo TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 5, "The Inspector" (2007)
  • Getaway - 1992- TV series
    • Season 15, Episode 10, (2006)
  • Haunted Hotels - 2001-2005 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "Wandering Spirits" (2002)
  • Hello Paradise - 2004- TV series
    • 81 episodes total (which include non-Palm Springs and desert episodes)[98]
  • Hidden Palms - 2007 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 2, "Ghosts" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 3, "Party Hardy" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "What Liza Beneath" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 5, "Mulligan" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 6, "Dangerous Liaisons" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 7, "Stand By Your Woman" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 8, "Second Chances" (2007)
  • The Hills - 2006-2010 TV series
  • House Hunters - 1999- TV series
    • Season 15, Episode 1, "Palm Springs Dreamin'" (2005)[99]
    • Season 40, Episode 10, "Vacation Home in Palm Springs" (2010)[100]
    • Season 40, Episode 12, "Vacation Home in Palm Springs" (2010)[101]
    • Season 44, Episode 8, "Settling Down in Los Angeles" (2012)
    • Season 74, Episode 9, "Couple Clashes Over Style in Palm Springs" (2013)[102]
  • Huff - 2004-2006 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 4, "Sweet Release" (2006)
  • I Love New York - 2007-2008 TV series
  • Intervention - 2005- TV series
  • The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency - 2006-2008 TV series
  • Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List - 2005-2010 TV series
    • Season 5, Episode 10, "Kathy Is a Star...Kind Of" (2009)[104]
    • Season 6, Episode 7, "Getting My House in Order" (2010)[105]
  • Kathy Griffin: stand up specials - 1996- television and DVDs
  • The L Word - 2004-2009 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 11, "Looking Back" (2004)
  • A Lez in Wonderland - 2006 TV documentary[106]
  • Lost Worlds - 2005-2006 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 5, "Secret U.S. Bunkers" (2007)
  • Mad Men - 2007- TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 11, "The Jet Set" (2008)
  • The Mentalist - 2008- TV series
  • My Super Sweet 16 - 2005-2008 TV series
  • National Open House - 2006- HGTV series
    • Season 1, Episode HNOH-105, "Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Asheville" (2006)[108]
    • Season 1, Episode HNOH-109, "New York, Missoula, Palm Springs" (2006)[109]
    • Season 2, Episode HNOH-204, "Palm Springs, Moorestown, Austin" (2007)[110]
    • Season 2, Episode HNOH-208, "Des Moines, Boston, Palm Springs" (2007)[111]
  • Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica - 2003-2005 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 13, "Celebrity Issues" (2004)
  • Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County - 2007-2008 MTV TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 101, "Crush...Interrupted" (2007)[112]
  • Notes from the Underbelly - 2007-2008 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 7, "The List" (2008)
    • Season 2, Episode 9, "Baby on Board" (aired 2010)
  • The O.C. - 2003- TV series
  • Palm Springs with Huell Howser - 2003-2011 TV series[113]
  • The Parkers - 1999-2003 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 18, "It's a Spring Bling Thing" (2000)
  • Private Practice - 2007- TV series
  • Property Ladder - 2005 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 3, "Desert DIY Disaster" (2005)
  • Real Chance of Love - 2008-2009 TV series
  • Road Rules - 1995-2007 TV series
  • Samantha Brown's Great Weekends - 2008- TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 5, "Palm Springs" (2010)[114]
  • Scott Baio Is 46...and Pregnant
    • Season 1, Episode 3, "Commitment" (2008)
  • Sell This House - 2003- TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 6, "Palm Springs, CA: Michael Trefun & Tom Mendel" (2005)
    • Season 5, Episode 24, "Palm Springs, CA: Tim & Andy" (2008)
    • Season 5, Episode 25, "Palm Springs, CA: Maria & Joe" (2008)
  • SexTV - 1998-2008 TV series
    • Season 10, Episode 4, "Desert Shadows/Joe Gallant/A Naked Portrait: The Cowboy" (2007)
  • Shootout - 2003-2008 TV series
    • Season 4, Episode 11, "Palm Springs Film Festival 2007 part 1" (2007)
    • Season 4, Episode 12, "Palm Springs Film Festival 2007 part 2" (2007)
    • Season 5, Episode 14, "Palm Springs Film Festival" (2008)
  • Sons of Hollywood - 2007 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 5, "Making of a Male Actor" (2007)
  • Street Patrol - 2009 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 24, "Palm Springs/Kansas City/Riviera Beach" (2009)
  • The Surreal Life - 2003-2006 TV series
    • Season 2, Episode 5, "Nude Resort" (2004)
  • Totally Spies! - 2001- TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 18, "Evil Boyfriend" (2002)
  • Trading Spouses - 2004-2007 TV series
    • Season 3, Episode 4, "Solomon/Parodi (1)" (2006)
    • Season 3, Episode 5, "Solomon/Parodi (2)" (2006)
  • Trista & Ryan's Wedding - 2003 ABC miniseries (at The Lodge luxury resort in Rancho Mirage)[115]
  • Untold Stories of the E.R. - 2005- TV series
    • Season 4, Episode 8, "Too Close to Home" (2006)
  • The Wandering Golfer - 2004-2006 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 13, "Palm Springs, California" (2005)[116]
  • Welcome to the Parker - 2007 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 1, "Guess Who's Coming to (Criticize) Dinner?" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 2, "Let Them Eat Tarts" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 3, "Drag Queens and a Drama Queen" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "The Business of Pleasure" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 5, "Making Up is Hard to Do" (2007)
    • Season 1, Episode 6, "Last Looks" (2007)
  • Work Out - 2006-2008 TV series
    • Season 1, Episode 2, Episode 102, (2006)
    • Season 1, Episode 4, "Jackie's Away, Trainers Will Play" (2006)
    • Season 1, Episode 5, "Inner Strength" (2006)

2010s

See also

References and notes

  1. ^ Lucky Dog at the American Film Institute Catalog
  2. ^ Palm Springs at the TCM Movie Database and Palm Springs at the American Film Institute Catalog
  3. ^ Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs at the TCM Movie Database
  4. ^ Three Wise Guys at the TCM Movie Database and Three Wise Guys at the American Film Institute Catalog
  5. ^ Flight to Nowhere at the American Film Institute Catalog
  6. ^ The Glass Alibi at the TCM Movie Database and The Glass Alibi at the American Film Institute Catalog
  7. ^ The 9 minute segments were combined and released on VHS in 1989. See: Hedda Hopper's Hollywood. Los Angeles, CA: Republic Pictures Home Video. ISBN 1555265200 ISBN 978-1555265205 OCLC 22404038, 422976061. Also see: Hedda Hopper's Hollywood (1959/1960). Rexall TV Special. OCLC 81489893.
  8. ^ Initial crime plot is to stage a robbery in a Palm Springs resort. High Sierra at FilmReference.com
  9. ^ Hollywood Newsreel: B6. Hollywood Stars and the Palm Springs Parade at Complete Index to World Film
  10. ^ Passkey to Danger at the American Film Institute Catalog
  11. ^ The Saint in Palm Springs at the American Film Institute Catalog. Adapted from The Saint Goes West - a collection of three mystery novellas by Leslie Charteris (1942). New York, NY: Avon. pp. 154. LCCN 48-10747
  12. ^ Yokel Boy at the American Film Institute Catalog
  13. ^ 711 Ocean Drive at the American Film Institute Catalog
  14. ^ The Big Bluff at the TCM Movie Database and The Big Bluff at the American Film Institute Catalog
  15. ^ Drive a Crooked Road at the TCM Movie Database and Drive a Crooked Road at the American Film Institute Catalog
  16. ^ Jet Pilot at the TCM Movie Database and Jet Pilot at the American Film Institute Catalog
  17. ^ Mr. Imperium at the TCM Movie Database and Mr. Imperium at the American Film Institute Catalog
  18. ^ Star Studded Ride (1954). Universal Pictures. Summary (from Library of Congress data): "A group of desert riders from Palm Springs, Calif., on their weekly ride watch Ben Hogan demonstrate some golf shots at the Tamarish [sic] Country Club, see Gussie Moran and Dave Gillam play a set of tennis at Charles Farrell's Racket Club, and observe Pat McCormack and Stubby Kreuger [sic] in a diving exhibition at the El Mirador Hotel. Credits: Producer, Thomas Mead; director, William C. Menzies; script, Allan Kitchel, Jr.; narrator, Tex Antoine; music, Jack Shaindlin; editor, Ed Bartsch." LCCN fi54-948
  19. ^ The Cool Ones at the TCM Movie Database
  20. ^ Eagah! at the American Film Institute Catalog
  21. ^ Music Mice-tro on IMDb
  22. ^ Library of Congress film data: LCCN fi67-1299; Library of Congress recording data: LCCN r650-1181; Palm Springs Weekend at the TCM Movie Database; and Palm Springs Weekend at the American Film Institute Catalog. Released on DVD in 2009, Burbank, CA: Warner Home Video, OCLC 298862518, 716402273. The film served to glamorize the city as a spring break destination: see New York Times review and Gianoulis, Tina (2000). "Spring Break." St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. Gale. Retrieved January 7, 2013 from HighBeam Research
  23. ^ The Restless Ones at the TCM Movie Database
  24. ^ Strangers When We Meet at the American Film Institute Catalog
  25. ^ Kotch at the TCM Movie Database and Kotch at the American Film Institute Catalog
  26. ^ A Masterpiece of Murder (a.k.a. A Nice, Pleasant, Deadly Weekend in Palm Springs and A Nice, Pleasant, Deadly Weekend) at the TCM Movie Database
  27. ^ Famous Movie Locations: Wheel Inn Restaurant from 'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' (Cabazon, California), by Kim Potts, Aug 10, 2010, Moviefone. Retrieved 2011-08-21.
  28. ^ With Jan Berry and Dean Torrence, Chaz Bono, Sonny Bono, Dion DiMucci, Dion and the Belmonts, Donovan, Donovan Leitch, The Grass Roots, The Mamas & The Papas, Peter Noone and Mackenzie Phillips Rockin' the Night Away on IMDb; UPC 082551070220
  29. ^ a b Palm Springs Visitors Center. "Coachella Valley Feature Film Production 1920-2011". Filming in Palm Springs. Palm Springs, CA. Archived from the original on October 1, 2012. Retrieved 2012.  ? Download (Downloadable PDF file)
  30. ^ Slow Burn at AllMovie and Slow Burn on IMDb
  31. ^ Ebert, Roger "After Dark, My Sweet". The Chicago Sun-Times film review, March 13, 2005. Accessed: August 28, 2012. Also: Farber, Stephen (January 21, 1990). "In the Desert, a Jim Thompson Novel Blossoms on Film". New York Times. Retrieved 2012. 
  32. ^ Betty at the TCM Movie Database and Betty on IMDb and Betty at TV Guide
  33. ^ Holden, Stephen (March 14, 1997). "Dishonor Among Thieves". New York Times. Retrieved 2012. 
  34. ^ Dead Silence at the TCM Movie Database
  35. ^ Fugitive Nights Danger in the Desert at the TCM Movie Database From the book Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert - (1992). New York, NY: W. Morrow. pp. 336 ISBN 978-0688111281 OCLC 23767167
  36. ^ Ebert, Roger (September 13, 1996). "Grace of My Heart". Chicago Sun-Times
  37. ^ I'll Love You Forever ... Tonight on IMDb Also see: Holden, Stephen (June 4, 1993). "Gay Film Festival: The Personal and the Political". New York Times. Retrieved 2012. 
  38. ^ Mirage at the TCM Movie Database
  39. ^ Play Time at the TCM Movie Database and UPC 768738006236 (with Monique Parent)
  40. ^ Adapted from mystery novel Poodle Springs, written by Raymond Chandler
  41. ^ Round Trip to Heaven on IMDb
  42. ^ Still Kicking: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies (1997). Santa Monica, CA: Little Apple Productions. VHS. (39 minutes). OCLC 38964599
  43. ^ "Alpha Dog". The Numbers. Nash Information Services. Retrieved 2012. 
  44. ^ The Aviator at the American Film Institute Catalog
  45. ^ Cat City at the TCM Movie Database
  46. ^ Coachella: The Film at Rotten Tomatoes; Coachella: The Film at AllMovie; OCLC 67228885
  47. ^ Roger Ebert (August 4, 2000). "The Eyes of Tammy Faye". Chicago Sun-Times
  48. ^ Harley-Davidson: The Spirit of America at TV Guide
  49. ^ De La Baume, Maïa (January 28, 2011). "For a Filmmaker, the Green Things in Life Are Free". New York Times. Retrieved 2012. 
  50. ^ Into the Wild at the American Film Institute Catalog
  51. ^ Jerks at the TCM Movie Database
  52. ^ Ebert, Roger (October 8, 2004). "Raise Your Voice". Chicago Sun-Times
  53. ^ Inland Empire Film Commission: IEFC Film Credits (the IEFC is a Regional Film Office Partner with the California Film Commission (CA Regional Film Offices))
  54. ^ Slumber Party on IMDb; OCLC 192071920
  55. ^ "It Takes Three" UCLA Extension: Entertainment Studies
  56. ^ Holden, Stephen (October 13, 2011). "Last Resort Remains an Oasis of Dreams". New York Times. Retrieved 2012. 
  57. ^ Desert Utopia: Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs at AllMovie; Desert Utopia: Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs at Rotten Tomatoes; Desert Utopia: Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs on IMDb
  58. ^ Encore of Tony Duran at the TCM Movie Database
  59. ^ Ebert, Roger (June 16, 2010). "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work". Chicago Sun Times
  60. ^ Little Birds synopsis
  61. ^ Pink Squirrels on IMDb
  62. ^ OTR.Network Library: Abbot and Costello [sic]
  63. ^ a b c OTR.Network Library (Beta) and Jerry Haendiges Vintage Radio Logs - Series: "The Jack Benny Show", "The Canada Dry Program", "The Lucky Strike Program"
  64. ^ "Palm Springs Home To Radio Veterans: Stars of 'Golden Era'". Pittsburg Post-Gazette. AP. December 18, 1974. Retrieved 2012. ...Benny played a sheriff who couldn't get into the exclusive Racquet Club to solve a murder. He wasn't a member. Benny's solution: 'Then throw the body over the fence'. 
  65. ^ Recordings of this and other Jack Benny Programs were released on cassette in the 1990s by Radio Spirits, Schiller Park, IL. OCLC 27637580
  66. ^ a b Jack Benny: Remotes (2011). Audiobook on CD. Little Falls, NJ: Radio Spirits. ISBN 978-1570199721 OCLC 744449954
  67. ^ Haendiges notes that the show of April 15 was pre-empted when President Roosevelt died.
  68. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 2001-655052
  69. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 2001-664537
  70. ^ This 12 episode program served as a summer replacement for I Love Lucy. Farrell starred as the owner and manager of his Palm Springs Racquet Club, see: The Charlie Farrell Show on CBS at TV Guide. Reruns were aired in 1957 on ABC and in 1960 by CBS, see: cached copy from classicthemes.com Archived 2010-12-15 at the Wayback Machine.. For episode data see: TV.com: The Charles Farrell Show and Classic TV Archive: The Charlie Farrell Show (1956).
  71. ^ TV.com The Frank Sinatra Show
  72. ^ Video recording of the 1959 ABC Television program, released as a DVD in 2004 by Quantum Leap. Taped in Palm Springs. Credits include: Bill Colleran (producer & director); Johnny Bradford (writer); Frank Sinatra; Ella Fitzgerald; Peter Lawford; Juliet Prowse; Hermione Gingold; Red Norvo; Nelson Riddle and his orchestra; Sammy Cahn; Jimmy Van Heusen; and The Hi-Lo's. Hobart Productions. OCLC 58470954 and TV.com: An Afternoon with Frank Sinatra
  73. ^ Released on DVD in 2010. Narbeth, PA: Alpha Video Classics. OCLC 802867899
  74. ^ To Go or Not to Go on IMDb
  75. ^ Trip to Palm Springs on IMDb
  76. ^ Gracie Reports Car Stolen on IMDb
  77. ^ Going to Palm Springs on IMDb
  78. ^ The Palm Springs Story at Complete Index to World Film
  79. ^ OCLC 423662561
  80. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 2003-646226 LCCN 2003-646227
  81. ^ OCLC 423624066
  82. ^ Palm Springs Incident at Complete Index to World Film
  83. ^ The fifth season was released on DVD in 2011. See: The Lucy Show: The Official Fifth Season. CBS Paramount Network Television. ISBN 1415757674. ISBN 978-1415757673. OCLC 758003834; TV.com The Lucy Show, "Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs"
  84. ^ TV.com: Mannix, Season 1, Episode 1, "The Name is Mannix".
  85. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 98-507945
  86. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 98-507946
  87. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 98-507948
  88. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 98-507947
  89. ^ Rimski And Korsakoff Go To Palm Springs or Song Of Indio at The Big Cartoon DataBase
  90. ^ TV.com Behind the Music "Sonny Bono"
  91. ^ OCLC 25659774, 655396424, 63154433, 26068946, 81363369
  92. ^ TV.com Hot Springs Hotel And Hot Springs Hotel on IMDb
  93. ^ Lea DeLaria; Mariah Hanson; Robin Gans; Sandy Sachs; Aarin Burch; (1996). The Club Skirts Girl Bar queens of comedy: in Palm Springs, California during the Dinah Shore Golf Classic week. Tallahassee, FL: Northern Arts/Naiad Press. VHS. ISBN 1562801546 ISBN 978-1562801540 OCLC 38996994
  94. ^ Lea DeLaria; Mariah Hanson; Robin Gans; Sandy Sachs; Aarin Burch; (1997). The Girl Bar [and] Club Skirts queens of comedy: in Palm Springs, California during the 7th annual Dinah Shore Golf Classic week. Tallahassee, FL: Northern Arts/Naiad Press. VHS. OCLC 43665546
  95. ^ Sonny Bono: Pop Songs & Politics (a.k.a. Biography (1/98)) at the TCM Movie Database
  96. ^ TV.com The Anna Nicole Show "Anna (Palm) Springs into Action"
  97. ^ Library of Congress data: LCCN 00-574111
  98. ^ Hello Paradise on IMDb
  99. ^ Episode HNT-1512, Palm Springs Dreamin'
  100. ^ Adrienne wants a vacation home in Palm Springs her whole family can enjoy (1/2).
  101. ^ Adrienne wants a vacation home in Palm Springs her whole family can enjoy (2/2).
  102. ^ Couple Clashes Over Style in Palm Springs on IMDb
  103. ^ Invervention at TV Guide
  104. ^ Bravo TV. Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List Season 5 Finale, 'Kathy gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!'
  105. ^ Bravo TV. Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List Season 6, "Getting My House in Order"
  106. ^ A Lez in Wonderland (original title: Broute-minou à Palm Springs) on IMDb. Also see: Guinevere Turner.
  107. ^ My Super Sweet 16 at TV Guide
  108. ^ Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Asheville
  109. ^ New York, Missoula, Palm Springs
  110. ^ What kinds of homes you can find in Palm Springs, Moorestown, and Austin
  111. ^ Des Moines, Boston, Palm Springs
  112. ^ MTV Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County Ep. 101 "About Episode"
  113. ^ Palm Springs with Huell Howser at TV Guide 22 total episodes
  114. ^ Travel Channel Samantha Brown Episode and Travel Guide. Also see: TV.com Samantha Brown's Great Weekends: Palm Springs
  115. ^ Bruce, Leslie (January 13, 2012). "Where to Sleep and Dine During the Palm Springs Film Festival". The Hollywood Reporter. Los Angeles: Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved 2012. 
  116. ^ Palm Springs on IMDb
  117. ^ The events depicted were written up in a true crime story asRancho Mirage: an American Tragedy of Manners, Madness, and Murder by Aram Saroyan (1993). Fort Lee, NJ. Barricade. ISBN 978-0942637953. The book and episode describes a murder committed by Andrea Claire, a 39-year-old former aspiring actress and call girl. See: Lyons, Arthur; Funk, Stuart (illustrations). "The Black Widow of Rancho Mirage". Palm Springs Life. 
  118. ^ Hotel California, Reimagined (1/2)
  119. ^ Hotel California, Reimagined (2/2)
  120. ^ "Palm Springs Home" the home of Bill Burgess that is built into the mountainside
  121. ^ Party in Palm Springs on IMDb
  122. ^ Martha: "The Palm Springs Show"
  123. ^ BravoTV. Million Dollar Decorators, "The Suite Life"
  124. ^ Great Room, Palm Springs home of Narendra Patel, Patel Architecture
  125. ^ Digging for Sea Salt; Demolishing a Bridge; Atop a Tramway on IMDb
  126. ^ From the Palm Springs International Film Festival on IMDb; Stars attend Palm Springs International Film Fest
  127. ^ Mid-Century Outdoors a Palm Springs-inspired outdoor room (also featuring Albert Frey architecture)
  128. ^ Palm Springs Shimmy on IMDb; TV Guide.com Raising Whitley Episodes

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