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Dinah's guests are comedian-actor Gabe Kaplan, actor Peter Bonerz, TV game-show host Jack Barry and The Supremes.
The Supremes perform "Get Out of Town".
Dinah sings "99 Miles From L.A.".
Dinah's guests are TV game show host Allen Ludden, singer-actress Gloria Loring, R&B group Tavares, Country singer Ronnie Milsap and financial columnist Sylvia Porter.
Gloria Loring sings "Let Me Serenade You".
Tavares performs "Free Ride" and "Remember What I Told You To Forget".
Ronnie Milsap does "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends".
Dinah sings "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me".
Dinah's guests are TVgame-show host Monty Hall, The Young & the Restless actress Janice Lynde, The Captain and Tennille, pianist Peter Nero and Journalist Shana Alexander.
Captain and Tennille perform "Love Will Keep Us Together" and "God Only Knows".
Peter Nero performs "Nothing From Nothing".
Janice Lynde sings "You're My Best Friend".
Peter and Dinah sing "This Can't Be Love", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was", "Falling In Love with Love".
All join in for "Our Day Will Come".
Dinah's guests are actress Brenda Vaccaro, composer Marvin Hamlisch, psychiatrist Dr. Theodore Rubin and soul group Kool & the Gang.
Kool and the Gang rock the house and perform "Hollywood Swinging".
Dinah's guests are writer Carl Reiner, singer Frankie Valli, comedian Lonnie Shorr and Tim Gallwey author of "The Inner Game of Tennis".
Frankie Valli sings "Swearin' to God".
Dinah sings "Sooner or Later" and "Fire and Rain".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Shaw, TV personality Dick Clark, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods, singer Melissa Manchester and comedian Johnny Brown.
Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods perform "Our Last Song Together".
Melissa Manchester sings "Midnight Blue".
Dinah sings "I'm a Brass Band".
Dinah's guests are actor Cliff Robertson, actress Elke Sommer, actor Martin Milner, comic Dap Sugar Willie and actresses Melissa Gilbert and Melissa Sue Anderson both from Little House On the Prairie.
Cliff and Dinah duet with "By the Beautiful Sea".
Dinah sings "Lovin' You" and "Fly Me to the Moon".
Dinah's guests are entertainer Carol Channing, actor Mike Connors, actress Connie Stevens and Dr. Aldo Gucci, founder of a chain of high-fashion shops. Also: a fashion show with the wives of Johnny Carson, Edgar Bergen and Sammy Davis Jr. as models.
Carol sings "Bye, Bye, Baby".
Dinah sings "Love Will Keep Us Together".
Dinah's guests are actors Robert Young and Jack Klugman, comic Billy Holliday, poker champion Bryan "Sailor" Roberts and Perdita Huston of the American Bicentennial Administration.
Dinah sings "Get Together" and "Yes Sir, That's My Baby".
Dinah's guests are actress Sally Kellerman, actor Robert Blake, comedian Redd Foxx, comedienne LaWanda Page, singer Timmie Rogers and Burbank, California mayor William Rudell.
Dinah sings "Everybody's Talkin'".
Salute to New York with Dinah Shore and guests actresses Bea Arthur and Ellen Burstyn, comedienne Betty White, singer-actor Robert Goulet, singer-pianist Matt Dennis and singing group The Blackbyrds.
Beatrice sings "Everything Happens to Me".
Robert and Dinah duet with "Let's Get Away From It All".
Beatrice and Betty sing "42nd Street".
Matt Dennis performs "Angel Eyes".
The Blackbyrds sing "Walkin' in Rhythm".
Dinah sings "New York, New York".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Blake, actress Elizabeth Ashley, celebrity Zsa Zsa Gabor and singer Bobby Vinton.
Bobby Vinton sings "Sealed With a Kiss".
Dinah's guests are McCloud star actor Dennis Weaver, comic Pat Paulsen, actor Scatman Crothers, comedian Bill Daily and columnist Rona Barrett.
Dennis Weaver sings "Hollywood Freeway".
Scatman performs "Walking My Baby Back Home".
Dinah sings "For Me".
Dinah's guests are actress Karen Valentine, actor Lorne Greene, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, comedy team of Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass perform "The Work Song" and "Somewhere".
The Tijuana Brass do "Mexican Hat Dance".
Dinah sings "You're the Top" and "Being Alive".
Dinah's guests are actress Ingrid Bergman, comedian Jimmie Walker, actor David Groh and The Hudson Brothers.
Hudson Brothers perform "If You Really Need Me".
Dinah sings "Love's Theme" medley of "Aren't You Glad You're You", "Anastasia", "As Time Goes By".
Dinah's guests are actress Glenda Jackson, entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., actor Gary Burghoff and singer B.J. Thomas.
Sammy sings "This Love of Mine" and "The More I See You".
B.J. Thomas sings "Another Somebody Don Somebody Wrong Song (Hey, Won't You Play)".
Dinah sings "Good News".
Dinah's guests are actor Barry Newman, singer Nancy Sinatra and her husband Hugh Lambert, comedian Arte Johnson and The Dramatics.
Nancy and Hugh duet on "Husbands and Wives".
Nancy, Hugh and Arte do a love medley.
Nancy sings "Memphis".
The Dramatics perform "What You See Is What You Get".
Dinah sings "Going to Chicago (Blues)".
Dinah's guests are Undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, comedienne-actress Betty White, comedian Dom DeLuise and singer Mel Tillis.
Mel Tillis sings "Best Way I Know How".
Dinah sings "It's Today" and "Beyond the Seas".
Dinah's guests are producer Norman Lear, comedienne Lucie Arnaz, actor Alan Arkin and actress Cloris Leachman.
Songs include, "Follow Me".
Dinah's guests are actor Burt Reynolds, singer Bobby Vinton, songstress Bobbie Gentry, comedian John Byner, football player Larry Csonka and Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods.
Bobby Vinton sings "My Melody of Love".
Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods perform "Billy, Don't Be a Hero".
Dinah's guests are singer Dionne Warwick, actor Jack Gilford, Country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford, pop singer Andy Kim and soul group Main Ingredient.
Tennessee Ernie Ford sings "Sixteen Tons".
Dionne Warwicke sings "I'll Never Fall in Love Again".
Andy Kim sings "Rock Me Gently".
Dinah sings "I Believe in Music".
Main Ingredient perform "Just Don't Want To Be Lonely".
Dinah's guests are singer Rosemary Clooney, actress-singer Shirley Jones, singer-actor Gordon MacRae, rock singer David Essex, actor Ronnie Schell and The Righteous Brothers.
Gordon & Shirley sing an "Oklahoma!" medley.
Righteous Brothers sing "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'".
Rosemary Clooney sings "The Way We Were".
David Essex performs "Rock On".
Dinah's guests are Tony Orlando & Dawn, Country singer Anne Murray, TV personality Dick Clark, comedian John Byner and singer Teresa Brewer.
Anne Murray sings "Snowbird".
Tony Orlando & Dawn perform "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree".
Dinah's guests are actor Richard Harris, actress Sally Kellerman, singer-actor Clifton Davis, TV personality Ed McMahon and dart throwing expert Tom Fleetwood.
Sally sings "Deep in the Night".
Clifton sings "Never Can Say Goodbye".
Richard Harris performs "Children".
Sally and Dinah duet on "The Gentleman is a Dope".
Dinah's guests are comedian-actor Jerry Lewis, singer-actor Michael Gray, Dr. Thelma Moss and the US Navy Band.
Jerry and Dinah duet to "Makin' Whoopee".
Michael sings "Rings and Things".
Dinah sings "A Taste of Honey".
US Navy Band performs "Cute".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Duvall, actress Sandy Duncan, The Righteous Brothers, dancer Ann Corio and tennis player Pancho Segura.
Sandy and Dinah sing "Inchworm".
The Righteous Brothers sing "Oh, Babe".
Dinah sings "Delta Dawn".
Dinah's guests are actor Burt Reynolds, TV critic Cleveland Amory, celebrity Zsa Zsa Gabor, actor Robert Fuller, the Righteous Brothers, karate expert Chuck Norris and his wife Dianne Holchek Norris.
The Righteous Brothers sing "Rock and Roll Heaven".
Dinah sings "Fever".
Dinah's guests are The Pointer Sisters, comedian Arte Johnson, actors Wayne Rogers and Mike Evans, columnist Erma Bombeck, basketball coach John Wooden, basketball player Charles Gaines and bodybuilding champion Franco Columbo.
Songs include: "Pony Boy," "Let It Be Me," "Until It's Time for You to Go."
Dinah's guests are actress Sandy Duncan, columnist Abigail Van Buren, TV game show host Bert Convy, comedian Bill Daily and songwriter-musician Johnny Bristol.
Songs include "Razzle Dazzle," "Hang On in There Baby."
Plus a spoof of soap operas.
Dinah's guests are actress Jessica Walter, actor Alan Young, baritone Robert Merrill, comedian-actor Jamie Farr and The Lettermen.
Songs include, "Tell Me Why," "Because of You," "Top of the World," "Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By."
Dinah's guests are actor Richard Harris, comedian Don Rickles, actress Ellen Corby, comic Charlie Callas and Country singer Marty Robbins.
Dinah sings "Everybody Had the Blues".
Marty Robbins sings "Life".
Dinah's guests are actresses Lauren Bacall and Colleen Dewhurst, sports commentator Howard Cosell, singer Helen Reddy and a fashion show featuring the wives of Robert Stack, George Hamilton and Henry Mancini.
Dinah sings "Come Rain or Come Shine".
Helen Reddy sings "Angie Baby."
Dinah's guests are Harry-O star actor David Janssen, actress Karen Valentine, comedian John Byner and singer Lou Rawls.
Songs include "I'm Flying."
Dinah's guests are Columbo star, actor Peter Falk, comedian Buddy Hackett, TV game show host Wink Martindale and poet-songwriter Rod McKuen.
Songs include "A Lot of Livin' to Do."
Dinah's guests are comedian Jackie Gleason, singer Sarah Vaughan, humorist Sam Levenson and the singing Rhodes Kids.
Songs include, "Over the Rainbow" and "I've Got a Crush On You".
Dinah's guests are singer Vikki Carr, producer Quincy Jones, comedian Norm Crosby and author-journalist Eliot Janeway.
Music includes the theme from "Ironside," "Wind Me Up," "Need to Be," "Hallelujah, I Love Him So."
Dinah's guests are comedienne Totie Fields, actor Barry Newman, singer Billy Daniels and author and money expert Bob Rosefsky.
Songs include, "That Old Black Magic," "Try a Little Tenderness."
Dinah's guests are singer-musician Jose Feliciano, comedian Bill Daily, boxer George Foreman, actor Mike Evans and singer-actress Conny Van Dyke.
Songs include, "Mimi," "Pennies from Heaven," "Day In, Day Out."
Dinah's guests are actor James Franciscus, actresses Amanda Blake and Barbara Rush, singer Syreeta, wildlife conservationist Norma Foster and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Songs include, "Leave Me Alone," "Just a Little Piece of You," "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams."
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Karen Morrow, TV game show host Gene Rayburn, actors Paul Sand and McLean Stevenson and comic Walter "Zany" Blaney.
Songs include, "I Can See Clearly Now," "New World Coming," "My Favorite Things," "It Never Entered My Mind."
Special Christmas Show. Dinah's guests are actor Rock Hudson, comedian-actor Bill Dana, comedian Arte Johnson, The Lennon Sisters, columnist Erma Bombeck, USC Trojan Marching Band and Dr. Arthur Bartner.
Dinah prepare eggnog for the guests.
Arte reads from Charles Dickens' story "The Chimes".
Songs include, "The Twelve Days of Christmas", "Christmas Waltz" and "Silent Night".
Dinah's guests are actress Gloria Swanson, composer Marvin Hamlisch, newsman Dan Rather, comedian Bill Daily and child singer Lena Zavaroni.
Lena sings "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows".
Dinah's guests are boxer Sugar Ray Robinson, singer Chuck Berry, sportscaster Curt Gowdy, comedian Mike Neun and singer Gisele Mackenzie.
Chuck Berry sings "Maybellene" and "Johnny B. Goode".
Gisele sings "Mr. Sandman".
Dinah's guests are actors David Groh, Conrad Bain and Michael Callan, The Hager Twins, comic Franklyn Ajaye and author Bob Rosefsky. Topics include, misleading advertising and curing ailments through psychic powers.
Dinah sings "I'm a Woman".
The Hagers sing "All Your Love".
Dinah's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, actor Ronnie Schell, singer Bobby Vinton, TV game show host Peter Marshall, singer Monica Mancini (Henry Mancini's daughter) and author Marc Fasteau. A recipe for an organic breakfast drink and a discussion of household gadgets.
Bobby Vinton sings "Melody of Love".
Peter Marshall sings "I Love My Friend".
Monica and Peter duet on "I Love You, I Honestly Love You".
Dinah's guests are comic actor Tony Randall, actor Joseph Bologna, comedienne Renee Taylor, singer Roz Clark and Dr. Neil Solomon with losing weight tips.
Tony sings "I Came Here to Talk to Joe".
Roz performs "Take Life a Little Easier" and "I Won't Last a Day Without You".
Dinah's guests are comedian Red Skelton, singer Frank Sinatra Jr., comic Stan Kann, Puppeteers Paul and Mary Ritt and the Ritts Puppets.
Frank Sinatra Jr. sings "Because of You".
Red discusses his writing and his oil paintings.
Red does a pantomime and sings "My Love is Coming Home".
Dinah's guests are actors Cesar Romero and Ken Murray, Baseball great Leo Durocher, musician Tex Beneke, jazz drummer George T. Simon and celebrity agent George "Bullets" Durgom.
Tex Beneke performs "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo" and "Elmer's Tune".
Dinah's guests are actor-dancer Donald O'Connor, singer-actor Clifton Davis, comedian-actor Paul Sand, TV game show host Geoff Edwards and Ann Farady author of "Dream Power".
Dinah sings "Bye Bye Blues", "Something Wonderful" and "Something".
Dinah's guests are Michael York, Nancy Walker, Reverend Jesse Jackson, singer Linda Hopkins and blooper-collector Kermit Schaefer.
Michael fixes English tea and discusses politics.
Nancy prepares chicken soup and tells about her early career.
Linda and Dinah offer a musical tribute to blues performer Bessie Smith.
Dinah's guests are comedienne Lucille Ball, actor George C. Scott and his wife Trish Van Devere discuss their film "The Savage Is Loose" and The Kingston Trio.
The Kingston Trio perform "Hard Travelin'" and "Little White Cloud In A Lonesome Summer Sky".
Dinah's guests are Walter Cronkite who discusses his early ambitions and answering questions from the studio audience; Singer-composer Tim Moore, winner of the American Song Festival competition and comedian Shecky Greene.
Songs include, "Reach Out and Touch".
Dinah's guests are actor Vincent Price, comedian David Steinberg, football player Larry Csonka, pianist Walt Wagner and Indian wrestler Donna Myers.
Dinah sings "I'm a Brass Band".
Dinah! premieres guests on the show are Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass), Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., actor Rock Hudson, actress Mary Tyler Moore, comedian Jack Benny, actor Bill Macy, singer-actress Florence Henderson and The Pointer Sisters.