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Dick Clark presents music videos for The Beatles' records "Strawberry Fields Forever" & "Penny Lane." Following each video, Mr. Clark asks the audience for their reactions.
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with members of The Harpers Bizarre.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark talks with a California disc jockey.
The Byrds - "Have You Seen Her Face" & "Lady Friend."
The Forum - "The River Is Wide."
A filmed segment on dune buggies.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews an Iowa disc jockey.
The Premieres perform "Farmer John."
Dale & Grace sing "Darling, It's Wonderful."
Marvin Gaye - "Hitch Hike" & "How Sweet it is to be Loved by You."
Johnny Rivers - "Mountain of Love."
Adam Faith - "It Sounds Good" and "It's Alright."
Neil Sedaka - "Bad Girl."
Vito & The Salutations - "Unchained Melody."
Roy Orbison - "Oh, Pretty Woman."
The Sunrays - "Andrea."
The Guess Who - "These Eyes"
Solomon Burke - "Proud Mary."
Jack Scott - "My True Love" & "Leroy."
Mother Earth - (possibly) "Goodnight Nelba Grebe"
On film: Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Bob Guadio of The Four Seasons.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark talks with Phoenix, Arizona DJ Phil Motta.
Andy Kim - "Baby, I Love You."
The Peppermint Rainbow - "Don't Wake Me Up in the Morning, Michael."
The Peppermint Rainbow - "Will You Be Staying After Sunday?"
--Shirley Ellis sings "The Nitty Gritty."
--Steve Wahrer (singer & drummer of the Trashmen) - "Surfin' Bird."
Plus, Dick Clark plays some of the top records of 1963 including "You Can't Sit Down" (The Dovells), "Blue Velvet" (Bobby Vinton), "Be My Baby" (The Ronettes), "Da Doo Ron Ron" (The Crystals), and "Telstar" (The Tornados - a 1962 release, but still on the US charts in early 1963).
Marvin Smith - possibly "Time Stopped."
Note: According to newspaper listings, this episode ran only 15 minutes, airing from 1:30-1:45pm Eastern. (Starting at 1:45pm, ABC aired the Army vs. Navy NCAA Football game.)
Strawberry Alarm Clock - "Incense And Peppermints."
Steve Alaimo - "New Orleans."
The Merry-Go-Round - "On Your Way Out" and "You're a Very Lovely Woman."
Dick Clark interviews a Portland, Oregon disc jockey.
Plus, a fashion show for young girls.
Dick Clark debuts "Soul Shakin' Psychedelic Sally" by The Hallmarks on the Rate-a-Record portion of the show.
Brenton Wood -"The Oogum Boogum Song."
The Yellow Balloon - "Yellow Balloon" (with actor Don Grady on drums).
'Hot Line' segment: A phone interview with Arthur Connelly.
Also: A phone call fromWLS-AM Chicago disc jockey Ron Riley.
Otis Redding - "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Ken Ellner of The Count Five.
Note: According to newspaper listings, this episode ran only 15 minutes, airing from 1:30-1:45pm Eastern (shortened due to an NCAA football game).
American Bandstand celebrates its 1st anniversary on network television.
TV Guide lists The Coasters and Jerry Wallace as the guests.
The Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper lists the guests as The Coasters and Duane Eddy.
The Olympics - "Big Boy Pete."
The Gentrys - "Keep on Dancing" and "Everyday I Have To Cry."
"Hot Line" segment: a telephone conversation with Bobby Fuller.
John D. Loudermilk - "Susie's House" (3:00pm half-hour).
Jody Reynolds - "Endless Sleep" (4:00pm hour).
Dick Duane - "Eternally" (3pm half-hour).
The Ames Brothers - "A Very Precious Love" (4pm half-hour)
Dee Dee Sharp sings "I Really Love You" and "Mashed Potatoes."
The Deep Six perform "The Rising Sun" and "Strollin' Blues."
Also, an interview with Lou Christie.
Part 2 of AB's 9th Anniversary Show:
Lou Christie - "Two Faces Have I" and "If My Car Could Talk."
Former Bandstand regular Ken Rossi sings "Bad Boy."
The Hollies - "Bus Stop."
Tommy Roe - "Hooray For Hazel."
Don and the Goodtimes - "Sally."
Little Dion (7-year-old singer, protege of Jackie Wilson) - "Lonely Teardrops."
Johnny Nash sings "Lovey Dovey."
Willie Mitchell performs "30-60-90."
Plus, interviews with Joe South, and an Ohama, Nebraska DJ.
Mel Carter - "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" & "Another Saturday Night."
The Yellow Payges perform "Never Put Away My Love For You."
Plus, interviews with Fred Farran of The Arbors, and a Springfield, Massachusetts disc jockey.
The Ohio Express - "Mercy."
The 1910 Fruitgum Co. - "Indian Giver."
Plus, a Salute to Tom Jones featuring an interview filmed in England.
The Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost - "Stormy."
Neil Sedaka sings "Star-Crossed Lovers."
An interview with singer Johnnie Taylor (via telephone?).
Dick Clark interviews a disc jockey from Jacksonville, Florida.
The 17th Anniversary Show (taped in Philadelphia):
Bobby Rydell performs "Kissin' Time," "Swingin' School" and "Lovin' Things."
Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - "Spreadin' Honey."
On film: The Grass Roots
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with comedian Bill Cosby.
"Hollywood Hot Line": Dick Clark interviews a Charleston, South Carolina disc jockey.
Trini Lopez performs "Lalena" and "Come A Little Bit Closer."
The Feather performs "Moccasin."
An interview with singer Joe Simon.
Dick Clark interviews a Milwaukee, Wisconsin disc jockey.
--Stevie Wonder - "My Cherie Amour" (and possibly "Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday").
--Smokey Robinson & The Miracles (listed as guests in TV Guide).
James Brown & the Famous Flames - possibly "I Love You, Yes I Do."
Smith - "Baby It's You."
Steppenwolf - "Move Over."
The Underground Sunshine - "All I Want Is You" and "Birthday" (Beatles' cover).
Dick Clark announces the winning couple in the American Bandstand dance contest.
Jr. Walker & The All Stars - "What Does it Take to Win your Love?"
Bobby Bare - "Which One Will It Be?"
The Clingers (aka The Clinger Sisters) possibly "Something Here In My Heart."
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark talks with a Pittsburgh disc jockey.
The Grass Roots perform "Live for Love."
Beau Sybin sings "Been A Long Time A Comin'."
--The American Breed -possibly "Ready, Willing And Able" (released April 1968).
--Mother Hubbard (billed as "the world's oldest hippie")
(Mother Hubbard was a 60-year-old singer whose single "Green Paper" b/w "Children" was released 6 Feb 1968 on Columbia records).
Oliver sings "Good Morning Starshine."
Ronnie Dove - "I Need You Now."
Dance Contest segment: Dick Clark introduces the seven couples competing this year's dance contest. The couples come from Chicago, Detroit, El Paso, Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
Linda Ronstadt sings "Long Way Around."
The New Life performs "Backwoods Annie" and "Ha Lese (Le Di Khanna)."
A swimwear fashion show is presented.
Dick Clark interviews a Sioux Falls, South Dakota disc jockey (probably via telephone).
Chris Montez - "Love Is Here To Stay."
Vanilla Fudge - "You Keep Me Hangin' On."
Oliver sings "Angelica."
Lee Marvin sings "Wandering Star" (from his movie "Pain Your Wagon").
Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart - "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight."
The Sunshine Company - "Look, Here Comes the Sun."
1910 Fruitgum Co. - "Simon Says."
Brenton Wood - "Lovey Dovey Kinda Lovin'."
Lenny Welch - "Darling Stay with Me."
Traffic -(possibly) "Heaven Is In Your Mind" b/w "No Face, No Name And No Number."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Cissy Houston of The Sweet Inspirations.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interview a Butte, Montana disc jockey.
The Byrds - "Eight Miles High" and "You Ain't Going Nowhere."
On film: Four Jacks and a Jill - "Master Jack."
Also, an interview with Tommy James of The Shondells.
Dick Clark interviews a Minneapolis disc jockey.
Steppenwolf - "Born to be Wild."
Dyke & The Blazers - "Funky Walk Part 1."
Iron Butterfly - "You Can't Win."
Tommy Roe - "Dottie I Like It."
'Hot Line' segments: Telephone interviews with Frank Jeckell of The 1910 Fruitgum Company, and a Dayton, Ohio disc jockey.
Frankie Valli - "Can't Take My Eyes Off You."
Kim Weston - "Nobody."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Marvin Gaye.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Spokane, Washington disc jockey.
The Music Explosion - "What You Want (Baby I Want You)."
Ray Chafin -(possibly) "Good Time Girl."
Kenny O'Dell sings "Beautiful People."
On film: The Turtles - "She's My Girl."
Dick Clark interviews a Birmingham, Alabama disc jockey.
Blue Cheer - "Summertime Blues."
Joe Tex - "Skinny Legs and All."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Chuck Barksdale of the Dells.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Lansing, Michigan disc jockey.
James Brown performs "Cold Sweat."
Marva Whitney (James Brown's protegee) sings "Unwind Yourself"
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Jay Proctor of Jay and the Techniques.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews an Atlanta, Georgia disc jockey.
John Fred & His Playboy Band - "Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)."
Bill Page gives a demonstration of amplified sound.
Joe Simon - "No Sad Songs."
On film: The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me."
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Phoenix disc jockey, Pat McMahon.
Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band - "Love Land" & "Express Yourself."
Bandstand's annual dance contest continues.
The Avant-Garde - "Naturally Stoned" or "Fly With Me."
This show features highlights from the "Miss 16" Contest, taped October 13, 1968, with judges Regis Philbin, Andy Kim, Mark Lindsay and Lydia Lane. Christie Jensen of Seattle is selected as the winner.
The Grass Roots - "Midnight Confessions."
Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul & Mary).
Michael J. James sings "She Needs The Same Things I Need."
On film: Leapy Lee - "Little Arrows."
On film: B.J. Thomas - "Hooked on a Feeling."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Mark Gutkowski of the 1910 Fruit Gum Company.
"Hollywood Hot Line" - Dick Clark talks with a Muscle Shoals, Alabama disc jockey.
Norman Greenbaum - "Spirit in the Sky" and "Tars of India."
Tommy Roe - "Jam Up and Jelly Tight" and "Stir It Up and Serve It."
Brenton Wood - "Gimme Little Sign" and "It's Just A Game Love."
Joe Tex - "You Need Me, Baby" and "Skinny Legs and All."
On film: English singer Don Fardon (possibly "(The Lament Of The Cherokee) Indian Reservation.")
B.J. Thomas - "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" & "Everybody's Out of Town."
Merilee Rush - "That Kind of Woman."
The Vogues - "My Special Angel."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Frank Jeckell of The 1910 Fruitgum Company.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Shreveport, Louisiana disc jockey.
Steppenwolf - "Born to be Wild."
Joe Tex - "Keep The One You Got."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Joe Pope of The Tams.
"Hollywood Hot Line": Dick Clark interviews a a Tulsa, Oklahoma disc jockey.
11th Anniversary Show (Part 2)
The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me" & "Anyway That You Want Me."
Mother Hubbard (billed as "the world's oldest hippie")
"Hot Line" segment: a telephone interview with Jimmy Mack, a DJ at WLWI radio, Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Ohio Express - "Down at Lulu's."
Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus - "Down In Tennessee."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Terry Kirkman (of The Association).
Clarence Carter sings "Slip Away."
People! perform "Apple Cider" and "Crying Shoes."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with singer Betty Wright.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark talks with Raleigh, North Carolina disc jockey Bob Kelly.
O.C. Smith - "Little Green Apples."
Merle Haggard - "The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde" and "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive."
"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Fats Domino.
"Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark talks with a Providence, R.I. disc jockey.
The Chairman of the Board - "Give Me Just A Little More Time" and "(You've Got Me) Dangling on a String."
Bob Maurice (producer of "Woodstock") introduces film clips from the film and is interviewed by Dick Clark.
The American Bandstand dance contest continues.
TV Guide lists the (scheduled) guests as Tommy Payne and Eddie Fontane.
But The Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper lists the guests as Lawrence Welk and The Lennon Sisters. (Welk and his band were in Philadelphia for a concert at Convention Hall.)
Dion (Di Muci) - "Donna the Prima Donna."
Major Lance - "The Monkey Time."
The Ronettes perform "Be My Baby."
Bobby Rydell sings "Let's Make Love Tonight."
Dee Dee Sharp sings "Wild!"
Linda Scott sings "Let's Fall in Love."
Gene Pitney sings "Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa."
Sunny & The Sunglows perform "Talk to Me."
Dale and Grace - "I'm Leaving it Up to You."
Wayne Newton - "Shirl Girl."
The Chiffons perform "A Love So Fine" (and possibly "He's So Fine").
Bobby Bare - "500 Miles (Away From Home)."
Brian Hyland - "Let Us Make Our Own Mistakes."
The Beau Brummels - "Just A Little."
Steve Alaimo - "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" and "Everyday I Have to Cry."
Jeremy Slate (actor) is interviewed.
The Hondells perform "Little Honda."
Lou Christie - "The Gypsy Cried" and "Have I Sinned?"
Dick Clark interviews singer Bobby Darin.
The Everly Brothers - "Gone, Gone, Gone" & "Cathy's Clown."
Bobby Vinton sings "It's Better To Have Loved" and "Mr. Lonely."
Dick Clark interviews singer Bobby Freeman.
Another All-Beatles Show with film footage of the Fab Four. Plus, the AB regulars dance to Beatles' records.
Johnny Rivers performs "Maybelline."
Jerry Wallace sings "In the Misty Moonlight."
Dick & DeeDee - "The Mountain's High" and "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
Terry Black - "Unless You Care" and "Can We Go Somewhere?"
Plus, an interview with guitarist Duane Eddy.
The Beau Brummels - "Laugh, Laugh" and "Still In Love with You, Baby."
Vic Dana - "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" and "Blue Ribbons."
Johnny Mathis (possibly an interview).
Johnny Tilloston - "Worried Guy."
Linda Scott -"Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?"
American Bandstand celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the launch of Elvis Aron Presley's musical career. It covers his 8 years in the Pop Charts.
Brenda Holloway - "Every Little Bit Hurts."
Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier (of The Los Angeles Rams) sings "Fool, Fool, Fool."
Betty Everett - "There'll Come a Time" and "I Can't Say No to You."
The Bubble Puppy perform "Hot Smoke and Sassafras."
Also, an interview with Warren Entner of the Grass Roots.
Bobby Goldsboro - "Voodoo Woman" and "If You Wait for Love."
Freddy Cannon - "Action" ("Where the Action Is" theme) and "Abigail Beecher."
Arthur Prysock - "Close Your Eyes."
Freddy Cannon - "Tallahassee Lassie" and "Too Much Monkey Business."
Neil Sedaka - "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen" and "I Hope He Breaks Your Heart."