Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers

Season 1 Episode 7

Episode #7

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Aug 01, 1968 on NBC
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Regular co-host Joey Heatherton was absent from this episode for reasons that are unclear. Filling in for her was guest star Gail Martin, Dean Martin's then-23-year-old daughter, who had served as one of three co-hosts of her father's 1967 summer replacement series (the other two were Vic Damone and Carol Lawrence), and who would return as co-host (with singer Lou Rawls) of the 1969 edition of The Golddiggers summer series. Also guest starring on this episode was Wisa D'Orso, who served as assistant choreographer, and occasional on-camera singer and dancer, on Dean Martin's regular season variety show.

Musical Highlights
Gail Martin: "Every Street's A Boulevard in Old New York" (a song sung by her father and Jerry Lewis in both the motion picture "Living It Up" and several times when the duo hosted The Colgate Comedy Hour)
Frank SInatra, Jr.: "S'Wonderful
Wisa D'Orso: "A Shine On Your Shoes"
Frank Sinatra, Jr. & Gail Martin: "Will You Still Be Mine?"
Frank Sinatra, Jr., Gail Martin, and Paul Lynde: "Cheerful Little Earful"
Barbara Heller & Paul Lynde: "What Do You See In Her?"
Entire Cast: Finale: A Musical Salute to Maurice Chevalier

Comedy
Paul Lynde plays a kissing bandit; Skiles and Henderosn illustrate a radio reporter's difficulties with an Indian chief; Stu Gilliam toasts the repeal of Prohibition; Barbara Heller kids a showbiz veteran; and Stanley Myron Handleman gets the Depression blues as a job applicant.

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