As "the Collector."
Making the infamous entrance! The walking the dog scene.
The party scene.
Paying homage to the classic horror film "The Shining" in this scene from Season 1, Episode 8.
CHRISTOPHER makes an appearance in a dance routine in the style of the old MGM musicals from the hit ABC TV series "The Real O'Neals." Directed by VICTOR NELLI.
The party scene. At screenings of this film, audiences actively participate by yelling out CHRISTOPHER'S infamous line, "and you're a bitch!"
CHRISTOPHER in the opening scene of "My Fair Lady," set in Covent Garden.
CHRISTOPHER in the Ascot Gavotte scene of "My Fair Lady."
CHRISTOPHER in the Embassy Ball scene of "My Fair Lady."
CHRISTOPHER attends a funeral.
This compilation video contains three of the four episodes in which CHRISTOPHER appeared:
Man In A Chariot (1964)
Ballad For A Ghost (1965)
Brass Ring (1965)
The Old Man Picked A Lemon (1965)
CHRISTOPHER greatly enjoyed working with CELESTE HOLM in the episode 'The Old Man Picked A Lemon.'
CHRISTOPHER appears with The Monkees in this episode from 1967.
From CHRISTOPHER: Of course, I LOVED doing this show. LUCY and I got along great; and she thought I was wonderful. She dragged everybody in to see me dance. She and VIVIAN would watch me rehearse, and get the biggest kick out of it. She even called her friend, MARY WICKES in,
to watch the rehearsals.
From CHRISTOPHER: Coming from stage, I caused LUCY no problems. The show was shot live, in front of an audience, so she wanted you to act as though we were doing a play. Made sense to me; but not to everyone who was used to doing filmed TV. Then, I could see a bit of the BALL temperament. But this lady sure knew what she was doing. And, what everyone else was doing, too.
From CHRISTOPHER: I got to work with my old pal, HAL KING, the famous make-up artist. He was with LUCY forever.
When the show was over, LUCY told me, "We'll be having you back." But it never happened. However, when I was Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Professional Dancer's Society, she always sent a big check, and came to the Awards and did whatever I asked her to do. "You're the boss HERE, honey."
The "Smorgasbord" dance number.
Working with CONNIE FRANCIS in this hilarious dance scene.
Dancing in the party scene.
From the episode 'The Costume Competition' - Season 4, Episode 4.
CHRISTOPHER appears in a spirited dance number from the episode 'The Senior Play' from "The Andy Griffith Show" in 1966.
The big dance number in the film. You can see CHRISTOPHER and ELVIS together in the beginning of the scene.
CHRISTOPHER was involved in the choreography and also danced in this film. This is the poolside dance number 'Geronimo.'
TV broadcast of "The Hollywood Palace" show, March 7, 1964. This dance number with BARRIE CHASE and CHRISTOPHER was originally part of the BARRIE CHASE act at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas.
CHRISTOPHER appears as a gang member in this episode which originally aired in January of 1967. Season 1 Episode 18. Here's some more about this episode from CHRISTOPHER:
That's SANDY BARON, on the far left. What a delightful young actor to work with. In this, I also got to work with a pal; the wonderful KATHLEEN FREEMAN. Our mutual friend, BETTY GARRETT had introduced us some years ago; and I'd loved the lady ever since I saw her in "Singin' in the Rain." Needless to say, I was thrilled to be working with her.
And, this Episode was Directed by the young JERRY PARIS. You would recognize him from "The Dick Van Dyke Show." He was a brilliant Director. But then, most actors that become directors, are!
(If you can't tell, that's me, in the middle, wearing the striped T-shirt.)
This time, CHRISTOPHER appears as 'The Deacon' in season 2, episode 5 of this hit ABC comedy serries.
The Spade Cooley Show was a live, local television variety show seen on KTLA-TV in Los Angeles. This musical number features CHRISTOPHER in the lead of The John Castle Dancers.
This film starred FRANK SINATRA, DEAN MARTIN and DEBORAH KERR and featured many familiar character actors as well.
This film starred Ann-Margret and Louis Jourdan and included a night club dance scene featuring CHRISTOPHER.
The opening dance number from the Elvis Presley film "Double Trouble."
CHRISTOPHER appears as a Nightclub Dancer. Season 1, Episode 22.
In this one, CHRISTOPHER dances the 'Cat-tusi.' Season 2 Episode 3.
As "the Warlock."
CHRISTOPHER appears in the 'Beach Shack' dance number.
CHRISTOPHER appears as a soldier in this episode from season 2.
CHRISTOPHER appears in the indoor party scene.