CKCO-TV - The GARY BUCK Christmas Special (1977)

Hosted by Gary Buck with guests - Audi Henry, The Post Family and Trudy Lynn Buck.

Produced and Directed by George Copeland
Production Consultant - Cy True
Associate Producer - Gary Buck
Production Co-Producer - George Moskal
Music Director - Gary Buck

Settings - Don Bowen - Larry Ernewein
Technical Director - Eric Sutherland
Technical Supervisor - Bill Strain
Audio - Eric Posner
Cameras - Mike Ellis - Brian Dunseith
Video Tape Editing - Paul Nyhout - Earl Pierson
Lighting - Jack Alexander

Make-Up - David Antscherl
Hairstylist - Jerry Spataro

Audio Re-Recording - RCA Studios Toronto

This Program Was Pre-Recorded At Doon Pioneer Village, Kitchener

Executive Producer - Don Willcox

A CKCO-TV Mobile Production
1977
In this Video Artist(s) Gary Buck
Posted: Jul. 5, 2021 via artsvictoria.ca
Filmed: Dec. 1, 1977

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