Liberace's career hits a low point at the start of the 60's, attributed to his overexposure on television and his legal problems from the late 50's. But Liberace continued to tour and perform in concert halls and auditoriums around the country and begins to establish his firm roots in Las Vegas.










Liberace performs at the London Palladium.

Liberace performs along with Nat King Cole and Sammy Davis Jr. at the first televised Royal Performance for Queen Elizabeth II. Liberace was presented to the Queen as well as the Queen Mother.


Liberace gets a star on the
Hollywood Walk Of Fame.


Snapshots from a Liberace show in 1961.



The Movieland Wax Museum in Buena vista California unveils a wax figure of Liberace. Unfortunately it's no longer on display. Melting away in some storage closet no doubt.



November 1963, a year most of us will never forget. Liberace almost dies from renal failure.

He collapsed back stage during a performance after inhaling carbon tetrachloride, a cleaning chemical used to clean one of his soiled costumes for that nights performance. Liberace decided to clean it himself in his hotel room. Hmmm.

Liberace appears at the Riviera Hotel with special guest Barbra Streisand.



"When The Boy's Meet The Girls", premieres. This is Liberace's third film credit.



Liberace Interiors and Object d'Art opens in Hollywood California.


Liberace plays twins on two of the highest rated episodes of "Batman."

Liberace plays a casket salesman in

"The Loved One."

This cameo appearance is not to be missed!


The release of "Liberace Now."



$$$$ The IRS questions some of Liberace's tax deductions. From 1962 through 1964 Liberace deducted over $153,000 for items such as jeweled jackets, candelabras and his mansions. Liberace states these items are necessary for him to keep up the "Liberace" image. The IRS allows him $19,000 and requests the rest as back taxes.