The Lawrence Welk Show

Veteran's Day Show

Season 15, Ep 11, Aired 11/8/69
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  • Episode Description
  • Veteran's Day/Tribute to Irving Berlin. Highlights: Bobby, Jimmy, Dick, Ken, Sandi, Salli, Cissy, Charlotte perform "This Is a Great Country". Norma Zimmer sings "I'll Be Seeing You". The Orchestra performs "Soft Lights and Sweet Music". Clay Hart sings "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay". Sandi Griffith & Salli Flynn duet on "Strike Up the Band". Bob Ralston on the organ plays "Somewhere My Love" (Theme from Dr. Zhivago). Ken Delo performs "A Nightingale Sang in Barkley Square". "A Shine on Your Shoes" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Salli Flynn & Dick Dale duet on "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree". "(How Ya Gonna Keep 'em) Down on the Farm" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. Myron Floren on accordion plays a medley of "The American Patrol/Dixie/Yankee Doodle Dandy". Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion perform "The White Cliffs of Dover". "Don't Give Up the Ship" is danced by Bobby, Arthur & Jack with singers Joe, Larry, Dick, Jimmy, Ken. Ralna English sings "Doin' What Comes Naturally". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts with violinist Joe Livoti perform "Remember?". The Orchestra performs "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody". Tanya Falan sings "How Deep Is the Ocean?" Bob Lido with the Hotsy Totsy Boys, the whole cast and Bob Havens on trombone perform "Alexander's Ragtime Band". Larry Hooper sings "Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning". The Orchestra with Neil Levang on guitar play "Yesterday When I Was Young". Norma Zimmer and men's chorus perform "God Bless America".moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Lawrence Welk

    Host

  • Arthur Duncan

    Singer/Dancer/Himself (1964 thru 1982)

  • Bobby Burgess

    Dancer Bobby Burgess

  • Cissy King

  • Ralna English

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