The show was released on DVD in 2000, but became quite rare, resulting in prices shooting up to about $100 per copy.
But in 2009, the series was re-released, bringing prices down. Because of this, some of the Noel Harrison clips which were featured below have now been deleted.
For a good price on the DVDs go to Amazon. Noel is featured on the first two collections.
Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter
Noel's first appearance on Hullabaloo was on April 27, 1965 when he sang the single Barbara Allen and a song called Mrs Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter, which was a hit for Herman's Hermits at the time. The appearance was not included on the Hullabaloo DVDs.
A Young Girl
On his second Hullabaloo appearance on October 25, 1965, Noel sang the Charles Aznavour song, A Young Girl, which he released as a single the same year.
In this clip, he is introduced by that week's host, Petula Clark, who had just had a hit with the song Downtown.
Knees Up, Mother Brown
Immediately after Noel finished singing A Young Girl, he joined Petula Clark to sing the old-time music hall song, Knees Up, Mother Brown.