American Bandstand - Season 10

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Episode Guide

  • The Sunshine Company
    9/2/67
    7.1
    The Sunshine Company - "Happy" & "Blue May."
  • Leonard Nimoy / Bobby Vee
    8/26/67
    10

    Leonard Nimoy (from "Star Trek") sings "Bilbo Baggins."
    Bobby Vee sings "Take Good Care of Her" and "Come Back When you Grow Up."
    A telephone interview with "Ode to Billie Joe" singer Bobbie Gentry.

  • Freddy Cannon / The Platters
    8/19/67
    10
    Freddy Cannon sings "20th Century Fox." The Platters perform "Washed Ashore (On A Lonely Island In The Sea)" and "Twilight Time."
  • AB's 10th Anniversary Show, Part 2
    8/12/67
    10

    AB's 10th Anniversary Show, Part 2
    Vintage clips from past shows:
    The Mamas and the Papas - "California Dreamin'."
    The Supremes - "I Hear a Symphony."
    The Olympics - "Western Movies."
    On film:
    A "Where Are They Now?" look at some of the youngsters, now adults, who danced on the first "American Bandstand" show in August 1957.

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  • AB's 10th Anniversary Show, Part 1
    8/5/67
    10

    AB's 10th Anniversary Show, Part 1
    A telephone interview with Eddie Brigati Jr. of the Young Rascals.
    Vintage clips from past shows:
    --Chubby Checker - "Let's Twist Again."
    --Brenda Lee - "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree."
    --James Brown - "It's a Man's Man's Man's World."
    --Bobby Rydell - "Volare."

  • The Byrds / The Forum (July 29, 1967)

    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 Doors / The Bee Gees (on film)
    7/22/67
    8.6
    The Doors perform "Light My Fire" & "Crystal Ship." On film: The Bee Gees perform "New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen my Wife, Mr. Jones?)"
  • Tommy Roe / The Impressions
    7/15/67
    7.7

    The Impressions perform "You've Got Me Runnin'."
    Tommy Roe sings "Little Miss Sunshine."
    A telephone interview with Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart.

  • The Five Americans / Donna Loren
    7/8/67
    8.2

    Donna Loren sings "Let's Pretend."
    The Five Americans perform "Western Union" and "Zip Code."
    A telephone interview with Ray Manzarek of The Doors.

  • The Ventures / Tina Turner (July 1, 1967)

    The Ventures - "Vibrations."
    Tina Turner - "I'll Never Need More Than This."

  • The 5th Dimension
    The 5th Dimension
    Episode 42
    6/24/67
    6.7

    The 5th Dimension performs "Up-Up And Away."

     

  • Johnny Rivers / Don & the Goodtimes
    6/17/67
    10

    Johnny Rivers sings "The Tracks of My Tears."
    Don & the Goodtimes perform "I Could Be So Good to You."
    Dick Clark interviews songwriter-record producer Bob Crewe.
    A telephone interview with Marvin Gaye.


  • The Grass Roots / ? and the Mysterians
    The Grass Roots - "Let's Live for Today."
    ? and the Mysterians - "Can't Get Enough of You, Baby" and "Girl (You Captivate Me)."
  • Jefferson Airplane
    Jefferson Airplane
    Episode 39
    6/3/67
    9.1
    The Jefferson Airplane - "Somebody to Love" & "White Rabbit."
    Plus a telephone interview with Otis Redding.
  • The Buckinghams
    The Buckinghams
    Episode 38
    5/27/67
    7.7

    The Buckinghams perform "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy."

    'Hot Line' segment: A telephone interview with Al Nichol of The Turtles.

  • The Seeds / The Alan Price Set (on film)
    The Seeds - "Can't Seem to Make you Mine" and "Painted Doll."

    On film: The Alan Price Set - "Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear"

    In interview segments, Dick Clark talks with Gene Cornish (guitarist from the Young Rascals) and a Honolulu disc jockey.
  • Jerry Butler / The Merry-Go-Round
    5/13/67
    9.0
    The Merry-Go-Round - "Live."
    Jerry Butler - "You Walked into My Life" and "I Dig You Baby."

    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Grace Slick of the Jefferson Airplane. Dick Clark also interviews an Erie, PA disc jockey.
  • Electric Prunes / Brenda Holloway (May 6, 1967)

    The Electric Prunes - "Get Me to the World on Time."
    Brenda Holloway - "Just Look What You've Done."
    'Hot Line' segments: a telephone interview with Jeff Beck. Dick Clark talks with disc jockey Bill Vermillion (of WLOF-AM, Orlando).

  • Brenton Wood / The Yellow Balloon
    4/29/67
    10

    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.

  • The Blues Magoos / Gene Chandler
    4/22/67
    9.0
    The Blues Magoos--"Pipe Dream."
    Gene Chandler--"Girl Don't Care"
  • Martha & the Vandellas / The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
    Martha & The Vandellas--"Dancing in the Street" & "Jimmy Mack."
    The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band--"Buy for Me The Rain."
  • Lesley Gore / The Music Machine (April 8, 1967)

    Lesley Gore - "California Nights."
    The Music Machine - "Masculine Intuition."

    "Hot Line" segment: a telephone interview with Jim Lowe of the Electric Prunes.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" (telephone interview) - Dick Clark talks with a Seattle, Washington disc jockey.
    Still photos of Davy Jones (of the Monkees), from his childhood up to the present, are shown.

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  • The Turtles / Freddy Cannon
    4/1/67
    10
    The Turtles--"You Baby" & "Happy Together."
    Freddy Cannon--"(Welcome to) Maverick Flats"
  • Dobie Gray / Dino, Desi and Billy
    3/25/67
    10
    Dobie Gray - "River Deep, Mountain High."
    Dino, Desi and Billy - "If You're Thinking What I'm Thinking."
    'Hot Line' segment: A phone interview with members of the New Vaudeville Band. Dick Clark also interviews a Sir Thomas, Virgin Islands disc jockey.
  • Marvin Gaye / The Hard Times
    3/18/67
    9.9
    The Hard Times - "They Said No."
    Marvin Gaye - "It Takes Two" and "Pride and Joy."
    Note: This appears to be the episode where a large rag doll takes the place of Kim Weston on the "It Takes Two" duet. (Kim Weston probably didn't appear as she was now with MGM Records, and no longer affiliated with Motown.)
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  • The Beatles (on film) (March 11, 1967)

    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.

  • Cannonball Adderley / Chris Montez
    3/4/67
    9.5
    "Cannonball" Adderley--"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy."
    Chris Montez (singer).
    Additional guests? Peaches & Herb--"Let's Fall in Love."
  • The McCoys / Felice Taylor
    2/25/67
    8.9
    The McCoys - "I Got to Go Back"
    Felice Taylor - "It May Be Winter Outside"
    'Hot Line' segment: A phone interview with Bob Crewe, of the Bob Crewe Generation.
  • The 5th Dimension / P.J. Proby
    2/18/67
    9.3
    The 5th Dimension - "Go Where You Wanna Go."
    P.J. Proby - "Niki Hoeky."
    'Hot Line' segment: A phone interview with Gene Hughes of the Casinos. Dick Clark also interviews a Pocatello, Idaho disc jockey.
  • Jimmy Castor / The Mojo Men
    2/11/67
    7.8
    The Mojo Men - "Sit Down I Think I Love You."
    Jimmy Castor - "Hey, Leroy, Your Mama's Callin' You."
    'Hot Line' segment: A phone interview with actor-singer James Darren. Dick Clark also interviews an Anchorage, Alaska disc jockey.
  • Tommy Roe / Joe Simon (February 4, 1967)

    Tommy Roe - "It's Now Winter's Day."
    Joe Simon - "My Special Prayer."

  • The Standells / Davy Jones (phone interview)
    The Standells perform "Dirty Water" and "Try It."
    In the 'Hot Line' (phone interview) segment, Dick Clark talks with Davy Jones of The Monkees.
  • Buffalo Springfield / Otis Redding
    1/21/67
    8.3
    The Buffalo Springfield - "For What's it Worth."
    Otis Redding - "Try A Little Tenderness."
    In the 'Hot Line' (phone interview) segment, Dick Clark talks with Barry Winslow of The Royal Guardsmen.
  • The Youngbloods / Mike Williams
    1/14/67
    9.6

    The Youngbloods - "Tears Are Falling" and "Grizzly Bear."
    Mike Williams - "Something You Didn't Done."

    "Hot Line" segments: A phone interview with Geoff Daking of the Blues Magoos. By phone, disc jockey Nick Charles of KXOK Radio, St. Louis, selects the Spotlight Dance record.

  • Neil Diamond / The Electric Prunes (January 7, 1967)

    Neil Diamond sings "You Got to Me" & "Solitary Man."
    The Electric Prunes perform "I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)."

    Dick Clark interviews Tim Conway, Guy Marks and Norman Alden, the stars of the new ABC-TV Western-Comedy series "Rango." (Frankie Laine's recording of the "Rango" theme song is featured in the 'Rate-A-Record' segment.)

    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Sean Bonniwell of The Music Machine.
    'Hollywood Hot Line' (telephone) segment: KBLA disc jockey Vic Gee suggests Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston's duet "It Takes Two."

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  • Blues Magoos / Mrs. Miller (December 31, 1966)

    Blues Magoos - "(We Ain't Got) Nothing Yet."
    Mrs. Miller (singing grandmother Elva Miller) - "Downtown" (and possibly "A Lover's Concerto").

    Dick Clark plays some of the top records of 1966.
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with singer Keith.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Charleston, West Virginia, disc jockey.

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  • The Hard Times / Freddy Cannon (December 24, 1966)

    The Hard Times - "Fortune Teller."
    Freddy Cannon - "In My Wildest Dreams."

    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark talks with a San Francisco disc jockey.

  • The Sandpipers / Tina Mason (December 17, 1966)

    The Sandpipers perform "Louie Louie."
    Tina Mason sings "Any Way That You Want Me."

    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones of The Monkees.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Nashville, Tenn., disc jockey.

  • The Music Machine / Drake Levin (December 10, 1966)

    The Music Machine - "Talk Talk."
    Drake Levin (formerly of Paul Revere and the Raiders, now serving in the National Guard).
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Mitch Ryder.

  • Otis Redding (December 3, 1966)
    12/3/66
    10

    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).

  • Marvin Smith (November 26, 1966)
    11/26/66
    10

    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.)

  • The Count Five (November 12, 1966)
    11/12/66
    9.6

    The Count Five perform "Psychotic Reaction" & "Peace of Mind."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Michael Piano of the Sandpipers.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Washington, D.C. disc jockey.

  • Gene Pitney (November 5, 1966)
    11/5/66
    9.3

    Gene Pitney sings "Cold Light Of Day."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Lee Kiefer of the Hard Times.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Louisville, Kentucky disc jockey.

  • 13th Floor Elevators / Billy Stewart (October 29, 1966)

    The 13th Floor Elevators - "You're Gonna Miss Me."
    Billy Stewart - "Secret Love."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Graham Nash of the Hollies.

  • The Left Banke / Bobby Rydell (October 22, 1966)

    The Left Banke - "Walk Away Renee."
    Bobby Rydell - (possibly) "Open for Business As Usual."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Cass Elliot of The Mamas and the Papas.

  • Stevie Wonder / Jackie DeShannon (October 15, 1966)

    Stevie Wonder - "Blowin' in the Wind."
    Jackie DeShannon - "I Can Make it With You."
    "Hot Line" segment: a telephone interview with members of The Association.

  • Mel Carter / Roy Head
    10/8/66
    0.0

    Mel Carter sings "Take Good Care of Her."
    Roy Head sings "To Make A Big Man Cry."
    In the "Hot Line" segment, a telephone interview with Johnny Rivers.

  • ? (Question Mark) and the Mysterians / Lesley Gore (October 1, 1966)

    ? (Question Mark) & The Mysterians - "96 Tears."
    Lesley Gore - "Treat Me Like a Lady."

  • Martha & the Vandellas / The Robbs (September 24, 1966)

    The Robbs perform "Next Time You See Me."
    Martha & The Vandellas sing "Dancing in the Street" and "Come and Get These Memories."
    In the "Hollywood Hot Line" segment, Dick Clark talks with disc jockey Reb Porter, of WIFE radio, Indianapolis.

  • Neil Diamond / Tommy Boyce (September 17, 1966)

    Neil Diamond - "Cherry, Cherry" and "Solitary Man."
    Tommy Boyce - "Sunday, the Day Before Monday."
    "Hot Line" segment: a telephone interview with "Johnny Dark" (Dude Walker), a disc jockey at WMPS, Memphis, Tenn.

  • The Hollies / Tommy Roe (September 10, 1966)

    The Hollies - "Bus Stop."
    Tommy Roe - "Hooray For Hazel."

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