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Dinah's guests are actors Edward Asner and LeVar Burton, model Cheryl Tiegs, Country singer Freddy Fender, actor Anthony Daniels who portrayed the robot C3P0 in the movie Star Wars and singer Mary MacGregor.
Freddy sings "If You Don't Love Me" and "The Rains Came".
Mary MacGregor sings "For a While" and "The Lady I Am".
Dinah's guests are singer Aretha Franklin, comedian Charles Nelson Reilly, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Dorothy Rodgers author of "A Personal Book" and the comedy team of Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon.
KC and the Sunshine Band perform "I'm Your Boogie Man".
Aretha Franklin sings "Break It To Me Gently".
Dinah sings "The Sweetest Sounds".
Dinah's guests are actor Bob Crane, singer-actress Carol Lawrence, stage and screen actor Maurice Evans, singer-actor Robert Clary, game show host Allen Ludden and actor-singer Larry Kert.
Larry Kert sings "A Song for You" and "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight".
Robert Clary sings "I Will Wait For You".
Dinah's guests are singer Ray Stevens, musician Mickey Finn, harpsichordist Judith Norell and pianist-composer Walter Murphy.
Ray sings "Feel the Music."
Dinah's guests are baseball great Mickey Mantle, game show host Bert Convy, comedian Billy Crystal and England Dan & John Ford Coley.
England Dan & John Ford Coley perform "It's Sad to Belong".
Bert Convy sings "You've Let Yourself Go".
Dinah's guests are TV game show host Alex Trebek, pianist Peter Nero, tennis player Vitas Gerulaitis, Alvin Kahn author of "Love and Hate on the Tennis Court" and the Bay City Rollers.
Peter Nero performs "Send in the Clowns".
Bay City Rollers do "You Made Me Believe in Magic".
Dinah's guests are actresses Joanne Woodward, Jodie Foster, Susan Blakely, Barbara Eden and Cheryl Crawford author of "One Naked Individual".
Barbara Eden sings "I Honestly Love You".
Dinah's guests are TV personality Barbara Walters, actor-comedian Ted Knight, economist John Kenneth Galbraith and ABC programming executive Bob Shanks.
Dinah's guests are actress Suzanne Somers, actor McLean Stevenson, comedienne Dody Goodman, singer Larry Gatlin and comedian Lonnie Shorr.
Larry Gatlin sings "I Don't Want to Cry."
Dinah's guests are actor George Montgomery, Star Wars actors Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill, Nancy Drew actress Pamela Sue Martin, singer Marlena Shaw and psychologist Wayne Dyer author of "Your Erroneous Zones".
Marlena sings "Go Away, Little Boy".
Dinah's guests are actress Rue McClanahan, singer Mary MacGregor, actor Patrick Duffy, comic Tom Dreesen and Bob Rosefsky author-financial analyst of "Financial Security for the Mature Family".
Mary MacGregor sings "This Girl (Has Turned Into a Woman)".
Dinah sings "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'".
Dinah welcomes the children of famous parents, Desi Arnaz Jr., Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Robert Carradine, Vincent Van Patten and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Dinah sings "God Bless the Child".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Reed, actress Bonnie Franklin, TV game show host Monty Hall, badminton players Chris Kinard and Pam Bristol, the Gospel group The Happy Goodman Family and coauthors Sam Janus and Barbara Bess of "A Sexual Profile of Men in Power".
Bonnie Franklin sings "Summer Me, Winter Me".
The Goodman Family performs "Hallelujah".
Dinah's guests are singer-dancers Bobby Van and Donald O'Connor, actress Polly Bergen, actor Scatman Crothers, humorist Fred Smoot and the Hues Corporation.
Scatman Crothers performs "Nagasaki".
Hues Corporation sing "I Can't Put My Finger On It".
Donald and Scatman duet with "Walking My Baby Back Home".
Dinah sings "Riders to the Stars".
Dinah's guests are singer Englebert Humperdinck, singer-dancer Lola Falana, comedian Jamie Farr and actress Julie Kavner.
Engelbert Humperdinck sings "After the Lovin'".
Dinah sings "I Believe In Miracles" and "A Woman's Work Is Never Done".
Dinah's guests are singers Minnie Riperton and Helen O'Connell, columnist Erma Bombeck, author Irving Wallace and his daughter Amy Wallace co-authors of "The Book of Lists".
Helen O'Connell sings "I Need to Be in Love".
Minnie Riperton sings "Wouldn't Matter Where You Are".
Dinah sings "Glory of Love".
Dinah's guests are actor McLean Stevenson, comedienne Betty White, comedian Rich Little, animal psychologist Bea Lydecker and gospel group The Staples.
The Staples perform "Pass It On".
Dinah sings "You've Got a Friend".
Dinah's guests are Three's Company actor John Ritter, Grizzly Adams actor Dan Haggerty, actress Beatrice Straight, Midge Costanza, assistant to President Carter and pop group The Babys.
The Babys perform "Lookin' For Love" and "Wild Man".
Dinah sings "Evergreen".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Fuller, singers Mary MacGregor and Ed Ames, comedian Ronnie Schell and Mary Conroy author of "The Rational Woman's Guide to Self-Defense".
Mary MacGregor sings "This Girl".
Ed Ames sings "Sunrise, Sunset".
Dinah's guests are actor Tony Curtis, actress Diahann Carroll, comedian Martin Mull, actor Robert Powell of the film Jesus of Nazareth and vocal group Hot.
Hot performs "Angel In Your Arms" and "You Can Do It".
Diahann Carroll sings "The Way We Were" and "You and Me Against the World".
Dinah and Martin duet with "Normal".
Dinah sings "I Don't Know How to Love Him".
Dinah's guests are actress Kate Jackson, comedienne Betty White, actor James Brolin, singers Marvin Gaye and Guanda.
Dinah sings "So Far Away".
Marvin Gaye sings "I Heard It Through the Grapevine".
Guanda sings "Let Them Talk".
Dinah's guests are actor McLean Stevenson, bodybuilder-actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, singer Shaun Cassidy, game show host Chuck Barris and singer-actor Beau Kayser.
Shaun Cassidy performs "Da Doo Ron Ron".
Dinah sings "I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'".
Dinah's guests are comedienne Lucille Ball, actors James Garner and James Coburn.
Dinah sings "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face."
Dinah salutes Father Knows Best with cast Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Billy Gray and Lauren Chapin. Other guests include singer-actress Florence Henderson and Opera singer Shirley Verrett.
Dinah sings "The Second Time Around".
Dinah's guests are actresses Bette Davis and Jane Fonda, actors Robert Wagner and Peter Strauss.
Bette Davis sings "I Wish You Love".
Dinah sings "One of a Kind".
Dinah's guests are actress Jean Simmons, actor Vincent Price, comedian Rich Little, actor Ben Johnson and DJ Rick Dees.
Rick Dees sings "Bionic Feet"
Dinah sings "Desperado".
Dinah's guests are actresses Valerie Perrine and Susan Sullivan, singer-dancer Lola Falana and comedienne Dody Goodman. Dinah discusses being a single woman.
Lola sings "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" and "I Who Have Nothing".
Dinah sings "Too Late Now".
Dinah's guests are Pearl Bailey and her daughter Dee Dee Bellson, Mel Tillis and his daughter Pam and Mel Torme and his son Steve March.
Steve March sings "Ease On Down the Line"
Mel Tillis sings "Burning Memories".
Pearl Bailey sings "The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You".
Dinah sings "Child of Mine".
Steve and Mel duet with "Lulu's Back in Town".
Dinah's guests are actors David Carradine, Fred Williamson and James Darren, actress Hattie Winston, juvenile court judge Joseph Sorrentino and singer Mel Shannon.
James Darren sings "You Take My Heart Away".
Dinah sings "Undun".
Dinah's guests are producer-writer-director-actor Orson Welles, actor Richard Crenna, entertainer Charo and the Hues Corporation.
Dinah sings "Snowbird".
Dinah's guests are singer Bobby Goldsboro, actor Dan Haggerty, TV host David Frost, singer Thelma Houston and comedian Martin Mull.
Bobby Goldsboro sings "Me and the Elephant".
Thelma Houston sings "Don't Leave Me This Way".
Dinah's guests are actors Efrem Zimbalist Jr. and Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs, TV game show host Alex Trebek, violinist Itzhak Perlman and pop group Pablo Cruise.
Pablo Cruise performs "Tonight My Love, Tonight".
Dinah sings "Goofus".
Dinah's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, journalist Shana Alexander, guitarist Robert White, singer-songwriter John Valenti, Dr. Milton Friedman and Adolfo Fashion Show.
Robert White sings "When You and I Were Young, Maggie".
John Valenti sings "I Wrote This Song".
Dinah's guests are Rocky actors Sylvester Stallone, Burgess Meredith and Burt Young, comedian Ronnie Schell and The Sylvers.
The Sylvers sing "Hot Line".
Dinah's guests are actress Ann-Margret, singer Natalie Cole, comic-impressionist Fred Travalena, makeup artist George Masters and Olympic gold medalist skater Dianne de Leeuw.
Ann and Dinah duet with "My Favorite Things".
Natalie Cole sings "Party Lights".
Dinah sings "Moonlight in Vermont".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, actor McLean Stevenson, comedian Harvey Korman, singer-dancer Melba Moore, pianist-arranger Walter Murphy and the England Dan & John Ford Coley musical group.
England Dan & John Ford Coley sing "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" and "Nights Are Forever Without You".
Loretta Lynn sings "She's Got You".
Melba Moore sings "Lean On Me".
Walter Murphy performs "A Fifth of Beethoven".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Merle Haggard, actor Claude Akins and comedienne Ruth Buzzi.
Merle Haggard sings "Okie From Muskogee" and "White Line Fever".
Merle and Claude duet with "Movin' On".
Dinah sings "Silver Wings".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are comedian Jackie Gleason, actor Danny Thomas, actress Rita Moreno, ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy and New Zealand entertainer Frankie Stevens.
Dinah and Jackie duet with "Call Me Irresponsible".
Frankie Stevens sings "The More I See You" and "More".
Dinah and Danny duet on "I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby".
Dinah solos with "Desperado".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are comedian Redd Foxx, actress Bonnie Franklin, sportscaster Frank Gifford and The Supremes.
The Supremes sing "You're the Heart of Me" and "Let Yourself Go".
Dinah sings "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face".
Frank & Dinah duet with "Good Times, Good Music, Good Friends".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are TV game show host Monty Hall, singer Dick Haymes, The Pointer Sisters, comedian Lonnie Shorr and rock group Brick.
The Pointer Sisters sing "You Gotta Believe".
Brick performs "Dazz".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Sammy Davis Jr., singer-dancer Donald O'Connor, composer Marvin Hamlisch and comedian Andy Kaufman.
Dinah sings "Corner of the Sky".
Sammy Davis Jr. sings "I Write the Songs".
Donald O'Connor does "Change Partners".
Marvin Hamlisch performs "Music and the Mirror".
Andy Kaufman sings "Kiss, Kiss, Kiss".
Dinah's guests are TV host Ed McMahon, singer Aliza Kashi, Country music singer-songwriter Sammi Smith, comedian Kelly Monteith and actor-director Larry Jacobs.
Ed McMahon and Dinah duet with "Nice Work If You Can Get It".
Aliza Kashi sings "Feelings".
Larry Jacobs performs "Welcome Back, Kotter theme".
Sammi Smith sings "I Just Want to Sing".
Dinah's guests are Roots cast members, actors Ed Asner, Ralph Waite, Ben Vereen and LeVar Burton and "Roots" producer Stan Margulies.
Ben Vereen sings "Grandma's Hands" and "Our Love is Here to Stay".
Dinah and Ben duet with "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head".
Dinah sings "What the World Needs Now is Love", "The Lady is a Tramp" and "Alexander's Ragtime Band".
Dinah's guests are actor David Birney, singer-actress Diahann Carroll, actresses Rita Moreno and Susan George and Reverend Cleophus Robinson.
Rita Moreno sings "Meantime".
Reverend Cleophus Robinson performs "Wrapped Up in Jesus".
Dinah sings "Who Will Buy?" and "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight".
Dinah's guests are actor Fernando Lamas, comedian Ronnie Schell, singer-songwriter John Valenti, singer-actress Elly Stone, fitness expert Dr. Neil Solomon, Perri Wickham, Mrs. Randy O'Neil, a speed-reading instructor and an 8-year-old speed-reading course graduate.
John Valenti sings "Anything You Want".
Elly Stone sings "Alexander's Song".
Dinah sings "It's All Right With Me".
Dinah's guests are actress Valerie Perrine, singer-actor Pat Boone, impressionist Frank Welker, Jazz bassist Pat Collins, fashion designer Bob Mackie and a Cole swimsuit fashion show.
Pat Boone sings "The Lines of Age".
Dinah sings "Beautiful".
Dinah's guests are actors William Holden, Lee Marvin and Ray Walston, actresses Carol Lynley and Mary Martin and director Josh Logan.
Dinah sings "Some Enchanted Evening".
Other songs include, "I Talk to Trees" and "They Say It's Wonderful".
Dinah's guests are comedian Don Rickles, Country singer Mel Tillis, actors Gary Burghoff and John Schuck.
Mel Tillis sings "Burning Memories".
Dinah sings "Fernando".
Dinah's guests are Senator Barry Goldwater, comedienne Betty White, actor Hal Linden, singer Kelly Garrett and musician Walter Murphy.
Kelly Garrett sings "It's Too Late".
Walter Murphy performs "A Fifth of Beethoven".
Dinah's guests are producer-writer-director-actor Orson Welles, actor Rob Reiner and actress Dyan Cannon.
Dinah sings "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, actor Michael Landon, singer-songwriter Paul Williams and actress Phyllis George.
Dinah sings "All in Love is Fair".
Paul Williams sings "Bugsy Malone".
Dinah's guests are actor William Holden, actress Connie Stevens, comedian-actor Ted Knight and pop group Average White Band.
Average White Band performs "Pick Up the Pieces".
Dinah and Ted sing "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows".
Dinah's guests are actor Charlton Heston, comedian-actors George Burns and Red Buttons and Ken Murray author of "The Body Merchant".
Songs include, "I'm Easy", "All the Way", "High Hopes" and "The Look of Love".
Dinah's guests are actor Lee Majors, actress Beatrice Arthur, comic actor Don Knotts, TV game show host Bob Barker and Producer Norman Lear.
Dinah & Bea duet with "My Way".
Dinah sings "The Games People Play".
Dinah's guests are singer Sonny Bono, TV personality Dick Clark, actor Peter Graves, actress Loretta Swit and comedian Redd Foxx.
Sonny and Dinah sing "The Beat Goes On".
Dinah sings "Them There Eyes".
Dinah's guests are Charlie's Angels actress Kate Jackson, actors Richard Hatch, Jack Albertson and Gary Burghoff and singer-actress Bonnie Franklin.
Dinah and Jack duet with "If I Could Be With You".
Gary Burghoff sings "Melancholy Baby".
Dinah's guests are actor Richard Chamberlain, Raymond Massey actor-author of "When I Was Young" and former co-star of Richard's from the 1960's TV series Dr. Kildare, Country singer Tammy Wynette, TV game show host Peter Marshall and singer-actor Anson Williams.
Dinah sings "Don't Rain on My Parade" and "Dr. Kildare Theme".
Anson Williams sings a medley of songs.
Peter Marshall sings "I Miss Nat".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Glen Campbell, pop singer Bobby Goldsboro, sportscaster Don Meredith and Tim Gallwey author of "The Inner Game of Tennis".
Glen Campbell sings "Bloodline".
Bobby Goldsboro sings "Butterfly for Bucky".
Dinah's guests are entertainer Bob Hope, actress Lana Turner, actor Dean Jones, pianist Peter Nero and comedian Lonnie Shorr.
Peter Nero performs "Tara's Theme".
Dinah sings "Time and Love".
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, composer Michel Legrand, actress Deborah Raffin and comedian Ronnie Schell.
Michel Legrand performs "There'll Be a Song" and "Ask Yourself Why".
Robert Goulet sings "Summer Me, Winter Me" and a medley including "Camelot".
Dinah sings "Get Out of Town".
Dinah's guests are producer-director-writer-actor Orson Welles, actor Cliff Robertson, singer Maureen McGovern and Gladys Knight & the Pips.
Maureen McGovern sings "I'm Easy".
Gladys Knight & the Pips sings "So Sad the Song" and "I Feel a Song (In My Heart)".
Dinah sings "Corner of the Sky" and "Desperado".
Dinah's guests are actor Jack Lemmon, Gladys Knight & the Pips, tennis pro Billie Jean King, singer Eddie Rabbitt and impressionist-voice actor Frank Welker.
Gladys Knight & the Pips perform "So Sad the Song" and "I've Got to Use My Imagination".
Eddie Rabbitt sings "Rocky Mountain Music".
Dinah sings "Embraceable You" and "The Best of My Love".
Dinah's guests are actor Vincent Price, actress Susan Clark, TV game show hosts Allen Ludden and Don Cornelius, comedian Jay Leno, fashion designer Mary McFadden and pop group The Whispers.
The Whispers perform "One for the Money".
Dinah sings "The Song is Love" and "I'm Easy".
Dinah's guests are TV game show host Chuck Woolery, mimes Shields & Yarnell, comedian Ronnie Schell and ex-bank robber Willie Sutton.
Dinah sings "I Got Love" and "It Ain't Necessarily So".
Chuck sings "Deja Vu".
Lorene Yarnell performs "Applause".
Dinah's guests are actress-dancer Cyd Charisse and her husband singer-actor Tony Martin, TV game show host Monty Hall, sportscaster Curt Gowdy, comedian George Miller and the Chinese Acrobats of Taiwan.
Dinah sings "Sing Me" and "I Didn't Mean to Love You".
Tony Martin sings "What I Did For Love".
Dinah's guests are singer Mel Torme, TV game show host Geoff Edwards, actress-model Ann Turkel, comic Ed Bluestone, The Manhattans and Cosmetics-firm beauty director Armande Della Maria.
Mel Torme sings "Isn't It a Pity?"
Dinah and Mel duet with "Day by Day".
The Manhattans perform "Kiss and Say Goodbye".
Dinah's guests are singer Tony Bennett, musician Woody Herman, jazz pianists Leonard Feather and Chick Corea and trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie and All That Jazz in a salute to jazz music.
Woody Herman performs "Long, Long Journey".
Tony Bennett sings "Autumn Leaves".
Tony and Dizzy perform "Summertime".
Dinah's guests are TV's Galloping Gourmet Chef Graham Kerr and his wife Treena authors of "The New Seasoning", comedian Robert Klein, singer Joanie Sommers and pop group Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods.
Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods perform "Teenage Rampage".
Joanie sings "I Write the Songs".
Dinah's guests are actor Ed Asner, "Roots" author Alex Haley, singer-actor Pat Boone, actress Debralee Scott and Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band.
Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band perform "A Fifth of Beethoven".
Pat Boone sings "I Won't Be Home Tonight".
Dinah sings "Alexander's Ragtime Band".
Dinah's guests are Rosalynn Carter (wife of President Jimmy Carter), singer Anthony Newley, singer-actress Florence Henderson and The Muppets.
Florence Henderson sings, "Who Can I Turn To?"
Anthony Newley sings, "Teach the Children" and "The Entertainer".
Dinah, Anthony and Florence sing "Happy Together".
Dinah's guests are actor-dancer Donald O'Connor, Six Million Dollar Man actor Lee Majors, singer-actor Jimmy Dean, columnist Erma Bombeck and songstress Vicki Sue Robinson.
Dinah sings "Good Times, Good Music and Good Friends".
Vicki Sue Robinson sings "Turn the Beat Around".
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Rita Moreno, actress Bonnie Franklin, singer-dancer-actress Priscilla Lopez, Silent film actress Vivian Reed and singer-songwriter Dee Dee Bridgewater.
Bonnie Franklin sings "Applause".
Dee Dee Bridgewater sings "If You Believe".
Priscilla Lopez sings "Nothing".
Vivian Reed sings "God Bless the Child".
Rita Moreno sings "I'm Going Back".
Dinah's guests are Tony Orlando & Dawn, actor-comedian Freddie Prinze, comedian George Carlin, comedienne Ruth Buzzi, comic Jerry Martinez and models-dancers with Jag Fashion Show.
Tony Orlando & Dawn perform "Gimme a Good Old Mammy Song".
Dinah and Tony sing a medley of songs.
Dinah sings "Rainbow in Your Eyes".
Dinah's guests are singer-songwriter Paul Anka, lyricist-musician Sammy Cahn, singer-actress Annette Funicello, humorist Art Buchwald and French chef Robert Pascal.
Annette & Paul duet with "Put Your Head on My Shoulder".
Paul sings "The Painter," "Wildflower" and "(You Bring Out) The Best In Me".
Sammy, Dinah and Paul perform "It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House," "I Love Paris" and "A Touch of Class".
Dinah's guests are actors Andy Griffith and Robert Blake, singer-dancer Juliet Prowse, actress Mackenzie Phillips, yoga author-expert Yogi Bikram and the Bay City Rollers.
Bay City Rollers perform "Rock and Roller" and "I Only Wanna Be With You".
Dinah and Juliet sing "Everything Old is New Again".
Dinah sings "Do It Again".
Dinah's guests are actor Dick Van Dyke, actress Mary Tyler Moore, writer Carl Reiner, singers Pratt & McClain and the 3rd Generation Steps, a tap dancing group.
Pratt & McClain perform "Happy Days" and "California Cowboy".
Dick sings "Blue Moon".
Dick & Dinah duet with "Buttons and Bows" and "Enjoy Yourself, It's Later than You Think".