Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters - Season 1

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  • April 4, 1970
    April 4, 1970
    Episode 23
    4/4/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Jimmy Dean, Rich Little and Jo Ann Castle to the final show. Highlights: Jimmy Durante sings a classic "A Piano Is A Delicate Thing". Jo Ann Castle performs "Hello Dolly". A "Finian's Rainbow" medley by the Lennons. A western skit by Rich Little including impressions of Jimmy Stewart, Kirk Douglas, James Arness and Gary Cooper.moreless
  • March 28, 1970
    March 28, 1970
    Episode 22
    3/28/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Perry Como, John Hartford and Charlie Callas to the show. Highlights: Perry sings, "Dream Along With Me" and "Little Green Apples". The Lennon Sisters perform "Let's Go", "All of Me" and "Dear Hearts and Gentle People". Jimmy sings, "Make Believe, Not War" and "I'm Making Believe". John Hartford sings "Frustrated Bird".moreless
  • March 14, 1970
    March 14, 1970
    Episode 21
    3/14/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Jerry Lewis and Jack Jones to the show. Highlights: In a comedy skit Jerry directs Jimmy as a Canadian Mountie and Jack as the wanted man. The Lennon Sisters perform, "Give Me the Simple Life" and "This Is a Lovely Way to Spend An Evening". Jack Jones sings, "Golden Slumbers" and "Something". Jimmy sings, "The Father of Girls". Jack Jones and the Lennon Sisters perform, "Coffee Time". Kathy sings, "If He Walked Into My Life".moreless
  • March 7, 1970
    March 7, 1970
    Episode 20
    3/7/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Leslie Uggams, Vic Damone and Arte Johnson to the show. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters perform, "More", "It's Only A Paper Moon" and "It's Easy to Remember". Leslie Uggams sings, "If My Friends Could See Me Now" and "I Love Paris". Vic Damone sings, "Didn't We?". Jimmy sings, "I Still See Eliza". Laugh-Ins Arte Johnson plays artistic genius Toulouse Lautrec in a sketch set in Gay Paree.moreless
  • February 28, 1970
    February 28, 1970
    Episode 19
    2/28/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Tony Randall, Wayne Newton and Senor Wences to the show. Highlights: Dressed as an old-time medicine man Jimmy opens the hour of comedy and song with a pitch to the citizens of Minnesota to buy his wares Of course there isn't really a guarantee to make you better, he assures them, but will make being sick more fun. Jimmy then introduces the four Lennon Sisters who sing "There's the Latest News" and "There's a Meeting Here." Jimmy singing "One of Those Songs". Wayne Newton sings "Time After Time". Jimmy Durante plays Cyrano de Bergerac to Peggy Lennon's Roxanne in a spoof of the man with the big nose. A sentimental conversation piece with the girls, who talk about how they met their husbands.moreless
  • February 21, 1970
    February 21, 1970
    Episode 18
    2/21/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Dinah Shore and Walter Brennan to the show. Highlight: Dinah sings, "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?". The Lennon Sisters perform, "Wonderful, Wonderful Day", "They Say It's Wonderful" and "Where or When". Jimmy Durante and the Watts Community Choir perform, "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother". Walter and Jimmy duet on "Good Morning, Starshine".moreless
  • February 14, 1970
    February 14, 1970
    Episode 17
    2/14/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Birthday boy Jack Benny and Sammy Davis Jr. to the show. Highlights: Jimmy opens the show with a football skit in which he plays coach talking to players Benny and Davis. Sammy sings and dances to "Spinning Wheel" and "Will You Be My Valentine?" The Lennon Sisters surprise birthday party for Jack at Jimmy's house and a salute to Benny's birthplace, Waukegan, Illinois.moreless
  • January 16, 1970
    January 16, 1970
    Episode 16
    1/16/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Ed Ames, David Frye and Ferrante & Teicher to the show. Highlights: David Frye impersonates Presidents and other political figures. Ed Ames sings "A Thing Called Love". Ferrante and Teicher play the theme from "Midnight Cowboy" before the duo becomes a trio with Jimmy.moreless
  • January 9, 1970
    January 9, 1970
    Episode 15
    1/9/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Mel Torme, Kaye Ballard and Monty Hall to the show. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters sing, "Feelin' Good", "Love Is Just Around the Corner" and "My Cup Runneth Over". Mel sings, "Games People Play". Kaye sings, "Just Say I Love Him". Jimmy and the Lennon Sisters sing, "As Time Goes By". Peggy sings "I Gave My Love a Cherry." Kaye and Mel duet on "For Me and My Gal".moreless
  • December 26, 1969
    December 26, 1969
    Episode 14
    12/26/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Raymond Burr, Al Martino, Eddie Jackson and Sonny King to the show. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters perform, "In the Still of the Night", "Ain't We Got Fun?", "Love is a Very Light Thing" and "Washington Square Dance". Jimmy and the Lennon Sisters perform, "Doodle-ee-Doo". Al Martino sings, "Jean". Eddie Jackson sings, "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?". Sonny and Jimmy sing, "Hey, Look Me Over" and "I Love Ya, Love Ya". Al Martino and the Lennon Sisters sing, "Try to Remember". Sonny sings, "Ragtime Jimmy". And all join in for "This Is A Great Country".moreless
  • December 19, 1969
    December 19, 1969
    Episode 13
    12/19/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Lorne Greene and Jimmy's eight-year-old daughter CeCe for a Christmas program. Highlights: Lorne Greene, 25 members of the Lennon Family and Jimmy Durante's adopted daughter join in for an old-fashioned Christmas celebration. Lorne Greene reads "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus". Jimmy sings "Look Ahead Little Girl" to his daughter CeCe. The Lennon Sisters sing a medley of Christmas Carols.moreless
  • December 12, 1969
    December 12, 1969
    Episode 12
    12/12/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Mike Douglas, comedian Norm Crosby and folk singers, the Stoney Mountain Cloggers to the show. Highlights: The Stoney Mountain Cloggers perform "Down Yonder". Mike Douglas sings "Yesterday When I Was Young". St. Louis is the honored city. Mike Douglas joins the girls in the guise of Charles Lindbergh for a "Lucky Lindy" number devoted to the Spirit of St. Louis. The Lennon Sisters perform "St. Louis Blues". Peggy Lennon impersonates Jenny Lind singing "Meet Me in St. Louis". Norm Crosby presents a comedy skit in a 1904 St. Louis World's Fair setting.moreless
  • December 5, 1969
    December 5, 1969
    Episode 11
    12/5/69
    10
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Milton Berle, Jo Ann Castle and John Stewart to the show. Highlights: In a skit Jimmy is Ponce De Leon with Milton Berle looking for the Fountain of Youth. Jo Ann Castle, longtime friends of the Lennon Sisters in her first appearance since leaving the Lawrence Welk Show. Milton Berle asks the quartet to help him recreate one of his early show biz acts, "Milton Berle and His Dancing Dollies," Singer-composer John Stewart is also on hand. Miami is the city being saluted, though with not quite the reverence Gleason gives it.moreless
  • November 28, 1969
    November 28, 1969
    Episode 10
    11/28/69
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    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Merle Haggard, Corbett Monica and Don Ho to the show. Highlights: Jimmy performs his version of "I'll Be Seeing You". A segment on Nome, Alaska, complete with a song and a sketch. Merle Haggard performs "Working Man Blues". Don Ho sings "Honey, Come Back."moreless
  • November 21, 1969
    November 21, 1969
    Episode 9
    11/21/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Kate Smith, Rosey Grier and Louis Nye to the show. Highlights: Opening with a Lennon Sister reading a composition on Thanksgiving which Jimmy starts to take apart. His version of what really happens is a running story that makes up the program. It features Louis Nye in three different roles from ship's captain to a conniving Indian. Kate Smith as Jimmy's love interest and Rosey Grier, along with the Lennons, as Pilgrims. The program is interspersed with songs like "Pass the Peace Pipe," "Count Your Blessings". Kate Smith closes with "America, the Beautiful".moreless
  • November 14, 1969
    November 14, 1969
    Episode 8
    11/14/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome George Burns, John Gary and Sonny James and his Southern Gentlemen. Highlights: Jimmy sings, "Jungle Jimmy", "When Day is Done" and "The Lost Chord". The Lennon Sisters perform "One-Way Ticket", "The Grass is Greener" and "Softly". George and Jimmy perform "It's A Well-Known Fact". John Gary sings, "Scarborough Fair". Sonny James and his Southern Gentlemen perform "Running Bear". John Gary and The Lennon Sisters sing, "I Will wait For You" and "Me and My Bundle". Peggy and Kathy sing "Lover Come Back to Me". For the finale all join in for "Sidewalks of New York".moreless
  • November 7, 1969
    November 7, 1969
    Episode 7
    11/7/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Fess Parker, John Byner and Hines, Hines & Dad to the show. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters perform, "This Is My Lucky Day", "The Very Thought of You" and "I'm Glad There Is You". Fess Parker sings, "Comin' After Jinny". Jimmy sings, "Joe Goes Up". John Byner and Peggy sing "I'll Never Be the Same". Hines, Hines & Dad perform, "Papa, Won't You Dance?"moreless
  • October 31, 1969
    October 31, 1969
    Episode 6
    10/31/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Danny Thomas and Jimmie Rodgers to the show. Highlights: Jimmy Durante opens proceedings singing "Rock-A-Bye-Baby" in a baby carriage, and the Lennons deliver "Windmills of Your Mind and "Going Out Of My Head." Danny's special number is "Dionne" for his new granddaughter. Jimmie solos to "This Is All I Ask". Danny joins Durante for a skit about explorers Lewis and Clark. Jimmie Rodgers and Dianne Lennon duet on "Today". A tribute to Seattle segment. The Lennon Sisters feature such numbers as "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening". The closing medley is a series o£ "Apple" songs, running the gamut from "Apple Blossom Time" to "Little Green Apples.moreless
  • October 24, 1969
    October 24, 1969
    Episode 5
    10/24/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Bob Hope, Andy Williams and the Osmond Brothers to the show. Highlights: Jimmy and Bob's duet to "Be Nice to Your Nose". Janet and Andy do a Chaplin and Coogan take-off in a spoof of "The Kid". Andy Williams in the title role, Jimmy Durante and the Osmond Brothers in a World War I epic called "Wings Over France". Bob in a South Sea Island "Road" picture bit with Kathy Lennon as the native girl, sarong and all. The Osmond Brothers do a production bit on "School Days" and join the sisters for a medley of "rain" tunes.moreless
  • October 17, 1969
    October 17, 1969
    Episode 4
    10/17/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Buddy Ebsen, Martha Raye and Bobby Goldsboro to the show. Highlights: Martha and Jimmy do a skit about an old married couple. Buddy dances on to "Make Mine Country Style". The three of them act in a riverboat comedy sketch and sing "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans." Bobby sings The Straight Life" and "Mighty Mississippi Line".moreless
  • October 10, 1969
    October 10, 1969
    Episode 3
    10/10/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Joey Bishop, singer O.C. Smith and Roy Rogers & Dale Evans to the show. Highlights: Kansas City is saluted by such numbers as "Kansas City Kitty", "Kansas City Star" and "Everything's Up to Date in Kansas City".
  • October 3, 1969
    October 3, 1969
    Episode 2
    10/3/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome Glen Campbell, Arte Johnson and The Lettermen to the show. Highlights: Jimmy Durante sings, "Sonny Boy". Jimmy plays Arte's dad in a skit about girls and boys. Arte plays a Civil War mother whose sons, (Glen and Jimmy) go off to fight on opposite sides. The Lettermen perform "Hurt So Bad". Nashville is the city saluted, and the show's feature is a medley of "Grand Ole Opry" tunes.moreless
  • September 26, 1969
    September 26, 1969
    Episode 1
    9/26/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters begin their weekly series with guests, Jack Benny, Noel Harrison, Jimmy Dean and Ed Reimers. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters perform "I'm a Brass Band" and "Here's Love". Jimmy Durante sings, "Young At Heart". Jimmy and the Lennon Sisters perform an oldie from vaudeville days with "Yes Sir, That's My Baby". Noel Harrison sings, "The Great Electric Experiment Is Over". Jimmy Dean sings, "Left My Gal in the Mountains" and "South Side of Chicago". Jack, Noel and Peggy perform "Harrison's Hidewaway".moreless
  • May 6, 1969
    5/6/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Durante and the Lennon Sisters welcome their guests, Desi Arnaz, Bobby Goldsboro and Hines, Hines & Dad to the show. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters perform "You Are My Lucky Star", "'S Wonderful" and "Scarborough Fair". Desi and Jimmy sing "Jack, Jack, Jack". Bobby sings "Can You Feel It?". Desi performs, "El Cumbanchero". Hines, Hines & Dad perform "Put a Little Love In Your Heart" and "What the World Needs Now". And Jimmy Durante sings, "Birth of the Blues".moreless
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