If you like your musical numbers big, showy, silly and glitzy, then you've hit the jackpot, friends: They don't get much bigger, showier, sillier and glitzier than this Las Vegas–themed blowout from Golden Rainbow, a vehicle for married pop stars Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé that ran for nearly a year on Broadway in 1968.
Other than Steve and Eydie themselves—whose record label forbade them from appearing on the telecast—this Tony number has it all: Slot machines! Tambourines! Fake jazz trumpeters in tight green shirts! A showgirl on a flying cutout of a horse! A dead ringer for Chris Kattan's Mango! An interlude of hand clapping! Future A Chorus Line Tony winner and Gilmore Girls granny Carole Bishop working a long white boa! A strong contender for the gayest four-man stage cross of all time (2:42)! And, as a button, a final shout-out of the title of the show, in case you might have missed it: "Golden Rainbow!!!"
Watch it in full below. You're welcome.