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Club Oasis

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NBC (ended 1958)

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Episode Guide

  • Season 2
    • September 6, 1958
      9/6/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Helen Grayco and The City Slickers. Highlights: For the closing show the boys hoke up "The Black and Blue Danube". The horse around with "Fiddle Faddle" and play "Hour of Parting" and "One For My Baby" straight for Helen Grayco. Spike also gets in on the "Volare" craze to round out the show.moreless
    • August 30, 1958
      August 30, 1958
      Episode 7
      8/30/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver, Helen Grayco and the City Slickers. Highlights: Helen sings the program's opening number with the ensemble "Lover Come Back to Me". The production number is "Comic Strips in Rock and Roll". Joyce Jameson as Little Orphan Annie will sing "Hound Dog" to Billy Barty playing Sandy. Spike will play Rick Stacey as he rends "Rock Around the Roll", Bryon Farnon as Prince Violent sings "Don't Be Cruel" as he lies stretched out on a rack and Gil Bernal will complete the madness as Jungle Jim Dandy singing "Fever". The honor album of the week will be "76 Trombones" from "The Music Man" played by the band. Helen Grayco will sing "Guess Who I Saw Today".moreless
    • August 16, 1958
      August 16, 1958
      Episode 6
      8/16/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver, Helen Grayco and the City Slickers. Highlights: Kidding is the order of the day or the evening that is Spike Jones plays college songs, and the alma maters are driving schools, barber colleges, etc. Then he goes in for a race track massacre called "The William Tell Overture." Helen Grayco makes a return visit with "Baubles, Bangles and Beads".moreless
    • August 2, 1958
      August 2, 1958
      Episode 5
      8/2/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver, The King Sisters and the City Slickers. Highlights: Spike Jones will be legit at the Club Oasis, spinning off "In the Good Old Summertime," and "By the Sea." Then they'll do their Spooktacular Scareytale, a very special Jones interpretation of Cinderella has Joyce Jameson as Cindy, Spike as Dracula, Billy Barty as the Purple People Eater. The Boys toast Eydie Gorme's album and actually follow the notes in their opening song "I Love Paris".moreless
    • July 19, 1958
      July 19, 1958
      Episode 4
      7/19/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver, The King Sisters (Alice, Marilyn, Louise and Yvonne) and the City Slickers. Highlights: The King Sisters perform "Easy to Love". Among the selections will be a 35-song medley of movie songs sparked by Joyce Jameson (as Judy Garland) doing "Over the Rainbow". The rest of the Jones gang complete with guns and dishes so there'll be restful music.moreless
    • July 5, 1958
      July 5, 1958
      Episode 3
      7/5/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars, Helen Grayco, Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver and the City Slickers. Highlights: Spike opens the show with a medley of Christmas tunes. The highlight of the show is a musical adult western as it might be performed by the La Scala Opera Company of Milan, Italy. It is entitled, "Have Gondola Will Travel" or "The Tales of Wells Rigaro". Billy Barty does his impression of George M. Cohan singing "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and "Stars and Stripes Forever", with the piano quartet. Helen Grayco does a medley of Duke Ellington tunes.moreless
    • June 21, 1958
      June 21, 1958
      Episode 2
      6/21/58
      0.0
      Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Helen Grayco, Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver and the City Slickers. Highlights: Spike and the Band That Plays For Fun will satirize some records that have reached that million mark including "That Old Black Magic", "That's Amore", "Temptation" and "Dinah". Spike and the Boys offer "Zorro" featuring Billy Barty as the "smallest Zorro in the World". Spike does a rock 'n' roll number especially written for the show titled "I Was a Teenage Brain Surgeon". Len Carrie will be the vocalist. The "Oasis Honor Album" selection of the week will be "Come Rain, Come Shine" sung by Helen Grayco.moreless
    • June 7, 1958
      June 7, 1958
      Episode 1
      6/7/58
      0.0
      The show returns for a summer run now titled Club Oasis starring Spike Jones. Hosted by Spike Jones with regulars Helen Grayco, Joyce Jameson, Doodles Weaver and the City Slickers. Highlights: Spike Jones and his band start the summer season tonight. Helen Grayco sings "Just in Time" and "I Get a Kick Out of You". Spike has 40 sticky fingers on four pianos do a "South Pacific" medley. He pokes fun at the Shirley Temple fairy tale series, with a Curley Dimple Storybook on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, featuring Joyce Jameson and Billy Barty.moreless
  • Season 1
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