Dinah's guests are Emergency! actor Robert Fuller, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman actress Mary Kay Place, boxer Ken Norton, entertainer Charo and The Temptations.
The Temptations perform "Up the Creek (Without a Paddle)" and "A Song for You".
Mary Kay Place sings "Baby Boy".
Charo and Dinah sing a medley of American folk tunes.
Dinah sings "I Didn't Mean to Love You" and "Yodel Blues".
Dinah's guests are actor Michael Douglas, actress Connie Stevens, singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb, Country singer Waylon Jennings, comedian Lonnie Shorr and a phone call from Glen Campbell.
Connie Stevens sings "See You Then".
Waylon Jennings performs "MacArthur Park".
Jimmy Webber does "Christian No".
Dinah sings "Didn't We".
Dinah's guests are actor-comedian Don Knotts, boxing champ Muhammad Ali, singer-dancer Lola Falana, singer-songwriter Tom Sullivan, Dr. Joyce Brothers and comic Stan Kann.
Lola Falana sings "Ali Is My Friend".
Tom Sullivan sings "Leaning on a Bygone".
Dinah, Tom and Lola sings "God Bless the Child".
Dinah sings "That's When the Music Takes Me".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Stack, actress Bonnie Franklin, singer Diana Trask, comedian Joey Bishop and rock group Blood, Sweat and Tears.
Blood, Sweat and Tears perform "You're the One" and "Hi-De-Ho".
Bonnie Franklin sings "Lullaby of Broadway".
Diana Trask sings "Let's Get Down to Business" and "Cry".
Dinah sings "Killing Me Softly With His Song".
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Shirley Jones, singer-dancer Melba Moore, Peanuts writer-animator Charles Schultz, actor Anson Williams and comedian Pat Paulsen.
Melba Moore sings "Lean On Me" and "This Is It".
Shirley Jones sings "One At a Time".
Anson Williams sings "Let the Good Times Roll".
Dinah sings "It Takes All Kinds of People".
Dinah's guests are comedian Jerry Lewis, actor Chad Everett, composer Marvin Hamlisch, entertainer Charo and singer Julius LaRosa.
Jerry and Dinah duet to "On the Sunny Side of the Street".
Marvin Hamlisch performs "My Man's Gone Now".
Julius LaRosa sings "Never, Never, Never".
Dinah's guests are musician Maynard Ferguson, Country singer Freddy Fender, sportscaster Jim McKay and comedian Rich Little.
Maynard Ferguson performs "Pagliacci".
Freddy Fender sings "Vaya Con Dios".
Dinah and Jim sings "You Made Me Love You".
Dinah's guests are singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey, singer-dancer actress Priscilla Lopez, actor Nick Benedict, fashion designer-writer Mary McFadden, Country musician-comedian Gary Mule Deer and R&B group Tavares.
Tavares performs "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel".
Priscilla Lopez sings "What I Did For Love".
Dinah sings "Summertime" and "Walking in Rhythm".
Robert Klein is the substitute host, guests are singer Melissa Manchester, actress Virginia Mayo, comedienne Liz Torres, Latin Jazz musician Tito Puente, magician David Luna and football player Lynn Swann.
Liz Torres sings "Mockin'bird Hill".
Melissa Manchester sings "Happy Endings".
Tito Puente and his Orchestra performs "Para Los Rumberos".
Dinah's guests are actress Susan George, Emergency! actors Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe, TV game show host Alex Trebek, basketball star Julius Erving and paramedic Bob Hoff who demonstrates first-aid techniques.
Susan George sings "I'll Get Over You".
Dinah performs "No More Blues" and "Only Love Is Real."
Dinah's guests are criminal lawyer F. Lee Bailey, singer Al Jarreau, comedian Norm Crosby and actor William Christopher.
Al Jarreau sings "Rainbow in Your Eyes" and "Aqua De Beber".
Dinah sings "Desafinado".
Dinah's guests are comedian-actor George Burns, actor Beau Bridges, Country singer Bobbie Gentry, M*A*S*H actors Jamie Farr and Gary Burghoff, The Dramatics and a Pirate Fashion Show.
George Burns performs "Nora Malone," "Willy the Weeper," "I'll Buy a Ring and Change Your Name to Mine" and "High Society".
Bobbie Gentry sings "Ode to Billie Joe".
Dinah sings "Ain't Misbehavin'."
The Dramatics perform "Treat Me Like a Man".
Dinah's guests are actor-writer-director Orson Welles, singer Eydie Gorme, actor Wayne Rogers, singing duo Seals & Crofts and a fashion show of Sandra Rhodes designs clothes modeled by Mrs. Edgar (Frances) Bergen, Mrs. Lorne (Rita) Greene, Mrs. George (Sherry) Peppard.
Seals & Crofts sing "Get Closer" and "Baby Blue".
Eydie Gorme sings "Quereme Mucho".
Eydie & Dinah sing a Blues medley.
Dinah's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, bodybuilder-actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor Steve Forrest, Country singer Tom T. Hall and TV game show host Jim McKrell.
Tom T. Hall performs "I Remember the Day that Clayton Delaney Died" and "You Took a Big Bite Out of My Heart".
Steve & Dinah duet with "There's A Small Hotel".
Dinah's guests are singer Eddy Arnold, actors Gary Burghoff, and James Luisi, humorist Mort Sahl and wrestler Antoino Inoki.
Eddy Arnold sings "Cowboy".
Gary Burghoff performs "This Is My Lucky Day".
Eddy & Dinah duet with "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?"
Dinah's guests are entertainer Ethel Merman, actor Vincent Price, singers Abbe Lane and Frankie Valli and comedian Jimmie Walker.
Ethel Merman sings "I Got Rhythm".
Abbe sings a Blues medley.
Frankie Valli sings "Fallen Angel".
Dinah sings "Silly Love Songs".
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Tammy Grimes, TV game show host Alex Trebek, poet Maya Angelou, singer Jim Stafford and comic Michael Preminger.
Tammy sings "They Didn't Believe Me".
Maya performs "City Called Heaven".
Jim and Dinah sing "I've Been Everywhere".
Dinah's guests are actor James Whitmore, comedienne Phyllis Diller, actor Earl Holliman, comedian-actor Jamie Farr and Country music singer Barbara Fairchild.
Barbara sings "Under Your Spell Again".
Earl sings "Girls".
Earl and Dinah duet with "Love Is a Simple Thing".
Dinah's guests are actor Jason Robards, actress Jacqueline Bisset, football star Alex Karras, actor Ralph Waite, Jazz pianist-composer Barbara Carroll and singer Rita Coolidge.
Rita with Barbara on the piano sings "Mean to Me".
Rita sings "Black Coffee".
Dinah sings "Looking For Space".
Dinah's guests are Senator Barry Goldwater, singer John Davidson, TV personality Dick Clark and singer-songwriter Lesley Gore.
John sings "Everytime I Sing a Love Song".
Lesley sings "Can't Seem to Live Our Good Times Down".
Dinah sings "Travelin' Band" in various musical .
Comedian Joey Bishop co-hosts, guests are singer-actress Cher, singer Lynn Anderson, actors Peter Strauss and Richard Anderson and magician Harry Blackstone Jr.
Lynn sings "All the King's Horses".
Joey sings "Your Cheatin' Heart".
Lynn, Joey and Dinah sing "Daddy Sang Bass".
Dinah's guests are Vice President Spiro Agnew and his wife Judy, Agnew discusses his novel "The Canfield Decision" and offers views on the press and briefly talks about his resignation of the Vice Presidency, singer-songwriter Paul Williams and British singer Maxine Nightingale.
Paul sings "Don't Call It Love".
Maxine sings "Right Back Where We Started From".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Glen Campbell, actors Charlton Heston and Cliff Robertson, comic Mike Neun, Bill Steed and The Christy Minstrels.
Glen Campbell sings "Don't Pull Your Love (Out)".
Christy Minstrels perform "Ballad for Americans".
Glen and Dinah duet with "All I Have to Do Is Dream".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are actor-singer-dancer Joel Grey, actor-comedian Bill Cosby and his 7-year-old son Ennis, comic David Brenner, actress Jane Powell, The Hues Corporation and The Oak Ridge Boys.
Jane sings a medley of hits.
Hues Corporation sing "Rock the Boat".
Dinah sings a Blues medley.
Dinah's guests are actors Billy Dee Williams and Don Adams, actresses Mary Kay Place of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and Cindy Williams of Laverne and Shirley, TV game show host Bob Barker and Country singer-musician Thom Bresh.
Don and Dinah sing "Indian Love Call" ala Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald.
Tom sings "Homemade Love".
Dinah sings "I Write the Songs".
Dinah's guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., singer Jack Jones, singing duo Bill Davis & Marilyn McCoo, comic Mike Neun and stuntman-director Hal Needham. Also offbeat men's fashions are modeled.
Sammy does a medley of "Now That We're in Love" and "I Write the Songs".
Jack sings "Send in the Clowns" and "Once in a While".
Dinah's guests are actress Bea Arthur, singer-actor Hal Linden, lyricist Jule Styne and gardener Jerry Baker.
Beatrice sings "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man".
Beatrice and Dinah sing "Someplace to Be Bad".
Dinah sings "A Most Unusual Day" and "Birth of the Blues".
All join in for "Gypsy".
Dinah's guests are entertainer Pearl Bailey, singers Ray Stevens and Lana Cantrell, Broadway musical writers Gretchen Cryer & Nancy Ford, comic duo Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon.
Pearl and Dinah duet with "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You".
Ray performs "Cornball".
Lana sings "I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way".
Gretchen and Nancy do "Changing".
Ray and Dinah sing "Night and Day".
Dinah's guests are actress Cicely Tyson, actor Art Carney and his wife Barbara Carney, Shaft star actor Richard Roundtree and actor Paul Eichel.
Art and Dinah duet with "Skylark".
Dinah sings "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year" and "Mockingbird".
Dinah's guests are comedian Frank Gorshin, singer-actor Pat Boone, actress Susan Clark and Jack Valenti, President of the Motion Picture Association of America.
Pat and Dinah do a medley of songs about April,
Susan sings "When You've Gone Away".
Pat sings "Glory Train".
Frank sings "April Showers".
Dinah's guests are actor Walter Matthau, TV game show host Monty Hall, dancer-actor Bobby Van, Walter's co-stars from the film Bad News Bears actors Brett Marx and George Gonzales and The Oakridge Boys.
Oakridge Boys of "Heaven Bound".
Dinah sings "South Rampart Street Parade".
Dinah's guests are actress Nanette Fabray, actor Donald O'Connor, Hollywood columnist Rona Barrett, singing duo Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. and writer Michael Preminger.
Marilyn and Billy duet with "I Hope We Get to Love in Time".
Dinah sings "In the Still of the Night" and "What Is This Thing Called Love?"
Dinah's guests are actress Connie Stevens, comedian Marty Allen, actor Scatman Crothers, singer Joanie Sommers, producer-manager Irving Fein (the late Jack Benny's manager) and John Lamont.
Scatman performs "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter".
Joanie sings "Swearin' to God".
Dinah's guests are from the film The Sunshine Boys actors George Burns, Walter Matthau and Richard Benjamin and writer Neil Simon.
Dinah sings "Make 'Em Laugh".
A clip from "The Sunshine Boys" is shown.
Dinah's guests are Country singer Buck Owens & the Buckaroos, actress Nanette Fabray, actors James Darren and Gary Burghoff and psychic Kenny Kingston.
Buck Owens & the Buckaroos perform "Battle of New Orleans".
James Darren sings "Love Will Keep Us Together".
Gary does "You're Gonna Hear From Me".
Dinah, Buck & the Buckaroos do "Crawdad".
Dinah sings "I'm Sorry".
Dinah's guests are celebrity Zsa Zsa Gabor, singer Jaye P. Morgan, comedians George Kirby, and Dick Gautier, songstress Maureen McGovern and cooking author Merle Ellis.
Jaye P. Morgan sings "Keep the Customer Satisfied".
Dinah and Jaye duet with "You've Got to See Mama Ev'ry Night".
Maureen McGovern sings "Even Better Than I Know Myself" and "Living in the City".
Dinah sings "Show Me".
Dinah's guests are baritone Robert Merrill, actress Bonnie Franklin, actor Robert Fuller, bandleader Lawrence Welk and comedian Jamie Farr.
Bonnie sings "You're the Cream in My Coffee".
Dinah sings "Married".
All join in for "Sweet Adeline".
Dinah's guests are actors Jack Lemmon and Henry Fonda and comedian John Byner.
Jack sings "I Wanna Know, Honey".
Dinah and Jack duet with "It's Easy to Remember".
John does impressions of singers.
Dinah sings "The Days of Wine and Roses".
Dinah's guests are comedian Joey Bishop, singer Vic Damone, actor Anson Williams, actress Louise Lasser and screenwriter-author Gail Parent.
Vic Damone sings "Feelings".
Anson does "Hooked On a Feeling".
Vic and Dinah duet with a medley of hits.
Dinah sings "Solitaire".
Dinah's guests are actress Joan Hackett, TV game show host Bob Barker, singer-dancer Lola Falana, comedian Robert Klein and author Laurence Peter.
Lola Falana sings "Feelings".
Joan Hackett performs "Lady With a Braid".
Dinah sings "Nearer".
Dinah's guests are actress Karen Valentine, actor Barry Newman, comedian David Steinberg, Country singer Charley Pride, actor-stuntman Thom Bresh, baseball player Johnny Bench and polygraph examiner Al Burdick.
Charley Pride sings "The Happiness of Having You".
Barry and Dinah duet with "Manhattan".
Dinah sings "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover".
Dinah's guests are actors Roy Scheider and Edward Asner, singer-songwriter Michael Murphey, singer Leslie Uggams and comedian George Gobel.
Edward and Dinah duet with "S Wonderful".
Leslie sings "I Want to Make It Easy For You".
Michael Murphey sings "Wildfire".
Dinah's guests are actor Vincent Price, singer Anne Murray, singer-songwriter Morris Albert, composer Henry Mancini, Miss America Tawny Godin and Joan Embery from the San Diego Zoo.
Henry and Dinah perform "The Days of Wine and Roses".
Henry plays "Mr. Lucky".
Anne Murray sings "Snowbird" and "Everything Old is New Again".
Morris Albert sings "Feelings" and "Sweet Loving Man".
Dinah sings "Moon River" accompanied by Henry Mancini on the piano.
Dinah's guests are actor Hal Linden of Barney Miller, comedian Rich Little, singer Bobby Goldsboro and actor Jack Albertson.
Hal sings "In My Own Lifetime".
Jack sings "More I Cannot Wish You".
Bobby sings "Honey".
Dinah and Rich do a selection of novelty tunes.
Dinah's guests are comedian Joey Bishop, actor James Coco, actress Marisa Berenson, TV game show host Bert Convy and singer-songwriter Tom Waits.
Tom Waits sings "Warm Beer and Cold Women".
Dinah sings a blues medley.
Dinah's guests are actress Mary Tyler Moore, comedienne Betty White, singer-actor-dancer Joel Grey and pop duo Seals & Crofts.
Joel Grey sings "The More I See You".
Dinah and Joel duet with "It Couldn't Please Me More".
Seals and Crofts perform "Advance Guards".
Dinah sings "Saved".
Dinah's guests are actress Jane Fonda, musician Chet Atkins, singer Stephanie Mills and from The Monkees, Micky Dolenz & Davy Jones, and Boyce & Hart singers & composers Bobby Hart & Tommy Boyce, who wrote several of The Monkees hit songs.
A medley of The Monkees hits.
Chet performs "The Night They Burned Atlanta".
Stephanie sings "This Empty Place".
Jane and Dinah duet with "We've Been Everywhere".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are singer Jose Feliciano, comedians George Kirby and Norm Crosby, The Mills Brothers, Lassie and her trainer Rudd Weatherwax.
Jose sings "Angela".
Mills Brothers sing a medley of past hits.
George Kirby doing impressions of various performers does "Going to Chicago (Blues)".
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Hal Linden, comedienne Liz Torres, singer Kenny Rankin, James Jones author of "From Here to Eternity".and Danny Davis & the Nashville Brass.
Hal sings "I'll Never Pass This Way Again".
Kenny sings "Up From the Skies".
Liz sings "Down On Me".
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass perform "Satin Sheets".
Dinah's guests are actor Richard Chamberlain, actress Deborah Kerr, author Joseph Wambaugh, actor Abe Vigoda and jazz singer Al Jarreau.
Richard and Dinah sing "On a Clear Day".
Al sings "We Got By" and "Sweet Potato Pie".
Dinah's guests are actor Rock Hudson, comedian Dom DeLuise, actress Sally Struthers, comic actor Marty Feldman and 12 Disney characters.
Sally sings "Jingle Bells".
Dom sings "Deck the Halls".
Rock and Dinah duet with "We Wish You a Merry Christmas".
Marty sings "Happy Holiday".
Dinah sings "Silent Night".
Dinah's guests are TV host Ed McMahon, comedian Jerry Lewis, singer Sonny James, musician Jose Perez, journalist Tom Braden and author Connie Spooner.
Sonny sings "There Goes My Everything".
Dinah sings "So What's New?"
Dinah's guests are Mr. Television comedian Milton Berle, Country singer Donna Fargo, former director of the FBI Clarence M. Kelley, actor Whitman Mayo and Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods.
Donna Fargo sings "Whatever I Say".
Dinah sings "Fly Me to the Moon".
From New York. Dinah's guests are newsman Mike Wallace, comedian Alan King, actress Stephanie Mills and Blood, Sweat and Tears.
Blood, Sweat and Tears perform "Life" and "HiDeHo".
Stephanie Mills sings "Home" and "Ease On Down the Road".
Dinah sings "My Personal Property".
From New York. Dinah's guests are Opera star Beverly Sills, Country singer Charley Pride, actor Anthony Perkins, composer Marvin Hamlisch and guitarist Barry Zweig.
Beverly Sills sings "A Kiss in the Dark".
Beverly, Charley and Dinah sing "Glow-Worm".
Dinah sings "Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home".
From New York, Dinah's guests are actor Yul Brynner, entertainer Ethel Merman, singer-actor Robert Preston, TV talk show host Dick Cavett and New York City Mayor Abraham Bearne.
Ethel Merman sings "Riding High" and "There's No Business Like Show Business".
Yul and Dinah duet with "Shall We Dance?"
Dinah has a salute to Tony Orlando and Dawn's for their fifth anniversary as a group. Guests include TV personality Dick Clark, comedian Freddie Prinze, comedienne Ruth Buzzi and singer actor Jim Nabors, Tony Orlando and Dawn singers, Joyce Vincent Wilson & Telma Hopkins.
Tony and Dinah sing "You Say the Sweetest Things".
Dinah's guests are actor Peter Graves, comedienne Betty White, actress Ellen Corby, singer Billy Preston and hula-hoop experts Derek Nuuhiwa & Mat Plendl.
Billy Preston sings "Fancy Lady" and "Song of Joy".
Dinah sings "No More Blues" and "Walk Right In".
Dinah's guests are Soul singer James Brown, singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka, singer Frankie Laine and Country performer Freddy Fender.
James Brown performs a medley of his hits.
Neil Sedaka sings "Bad Blood" and "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do".
Frankie Laine sings "You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me".
Freddy Fenders sings "Secret Love"
Dinah sings "Solitaire" with piano accompaniement by Neil Sedaka.
Dinah's guests are politican Robert Kennedy Jr., actress Cybill Shepherd, comedian Joey Bishop, comedienne Rhonda Bates and Ebony magazine's fashion director Eunice Johnson and fashion editor Audrey Smaltz.
Dinah and Joey sings "The Man I Love".
Dinah's guests are actress Deborah Kerr, singer Diana Ross and singer-actress Shirley Jones.
Diana Ross sings "Do You Know Where You're Going To?"
Shirley Jones sings "Chasing Shadows".
Dinah sings "Down With Love" and "How Lucky Can You Get?"
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Pat Boone, actress Carol Wayne, comedian Robert Klein and "Dear Abby" columnist Abigail Van Buren.
Pat sings "Goody Goody".
Dinah sings "Rainy Day People".
Dinah's guests are comedian Freddie Prinze, Country singer Freddy Fender, actress Stockard Channing and Sports-documentary producer Bud Greenspan.
Freddy sings "Before the Next Teardrop Falls".
Dinah, Freddie and Freddy sing "Cielito Lindo".
Dinah sings "Ain't No Mountain High Enough".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Blake of "Baretta", actress Ellen Corby of "The Waltons", singer-actress Bernadette Peters, Country singer Freddy Fender and policeman Jim Starr.
Freddy sings "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights" and "I Love My Rancho Grande".
Bernadette sings "I Love"
Jim Starr sings "Alone Again (Naturally)".