Cher

Season 2 Episode 13

Show 27

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Dec 07, 1975 on CBS
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1. Cher opens the show with a medley of "An Old Fashioned Love Song" and "I Dig Rock and Roll Music", followed by a monologue based on popular jargon from the '60s. 2. A spoof of the "beach party" movies is featured, with a cast including a couple of motorcycle greasers, an illiterate football player and a Mr. Nice Guy. 3. Pat sings "Magnificent Sanctuary Band" 4. Cher joins Pat for "I Almost Lost My Mind" 5. Regular Gailard Sartain appears as a long-haired, guitar-toting Army draftee named Elvis Presley. 6. Frankie Valli performs a medley of "Swearin' To God" and "My Eyes Adored You." 7. Frankie Avalon sings "One Hell Of a Woman" 8. Cher is cast as a high school teacher with a rowdy bunch of kids. 9. A slow student (Frankie Avalon) appears before his high school principal (Pat). 10. Dion sings "The Wanderer" 11. Cher joins Dion for "Abraham, Martin and John" 12. Cher and her guests highlight the hour with a rock and roll medley. Featured songs include: "I Dig Rock and Roll Music" (Cher), "April Love" (Pat), "Love Letters In the Sand" (Cher and Pat), "Venus" (Avalon), "De De Dinah" (Cher and Avalon), "Let's Hang On To What We've Got" (Valli), "Working My Way Back To You" (Cher and Valli), "Ruby Baby" (Dion), "Runaround Sue" (Cher and Dion), "All I Really Want To Do" (Cher), and "The Beat Goes On" (Cher with Dion, Pat, Avalon and Valli). 13. Cher closes the show, reprising "I Dig Rock and Roll Music" with her guests.moreless

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