Pat Boone Chevy Showroom - Season 1

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Episode Guide

  • June 26, 1958
    June 26, 1958
    Episode 39
    6/26/58
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    Pat's guests are singers Julius LaRosa and Andy Williams.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Down By the River Side" and "April Love".
    Julius sings "Cheek to Cheek".
    Pat and Julius duet to "What a Little Moonlight Can Do".
    Andy Williams joins the boys in the finale for "That's ".

  • June 19, 1958
    June 19, 1958
    Episode 38
    6/19/58
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    Pat's guest is singer-actress Gale Storm.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Give it All You've Got" and "Young at Heart".
    Gale sings "Soon I'll Wed My Love".
    Pat and Gale duet with "Yata-Ta, Yata-Ta" and "Hollywood or Bust".
    Pat solos with "Sleepy Time Down South".
    Pat and Gale reprise "Give It All You've Got" as the show closer.

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  • June 12, 1958
    June 12, 1958
    Episode 37
    6/12/58
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    Pat's guests are singer Jaye P. Morgan and her brothers, The Morgan Brothers Quartet.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "You Make Me Feel So Young" and "Sugar Moon".
    Jaye P. and her brothers sing "Bill Bailey".
    Pat and Jaye sing "We Belong Together" and "Now You Has Jazz".
    Pat sings "Lonesome Road".

  • June 5, 1958
    June 5, 1958
    Episode 36
    6/5/58
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    Pat's guests are singer-actor Gary Crosby and comedian Jack Carter.

    Highlights:
    Pat and Gary sing "Sometimes I'm Happy", "Moonlight Day", "Get a Load of Me", "Maggie Blues", "Return to Me" and "They All Laughed".

  • May 29, 1958
    May 29, 1958
    Episode 35
    5/29/58
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    Pat's guests are The Mills Brothers.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Tender Trap" and "Sugar Moon".
    The Mills Brothers sing "Opus One".
    All join in for "Smack Dab in the Middle".
    Pat sings "They Can't Take That Away From Me", "Juke Box Saturday Night" and a medley including "Learnin' the Blues", "At the Hop" and "Witch Doctor".

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  • May 22, 1958
    May 22, 1958
    Episode 34
    5/22/58
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    Pat's guests are singer Andy Williams and The Vagabonds.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Sometimes I'm Happy" and "Happy Habit".
    Andy sings "Cheek to Cheek".
    Pat and Andy duet to "You Don't Learn That in School".
    Pat sings "Don't Worry About Me".
    A big number with singers, dancers, Andy and Pat doing "Gossip Song".
    Pat and Andy duet with "Well, Did You Ever" and repeat the merry "You Don't Learn That in School" for a closer.

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  • May 15, 1958
    May 15, 1958
    Episode 33
    5/15/58
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    Pat's guests are French singer Genevieve and The Michigan State University Choir.

    Highlights:
    Pat and Genevieve duet with "Dites Moi" and "C' et C Bon".
    Genevieve sings "Portuguese Washerwoman".
    The choir sings "In the Still of the Night", "Chanson D'Amour" and "Great Day".
    Pat sings "Cherie, I Love You".

  • May 8, 1958
    May 8, 1958
    Episode 32
    5/8/58
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    Pat's guests are Tony Bennett and Johnny Puleo and His Harmonica Gang.

    Highlights:
    Pat duets with Tony on "Making Whoopee", "Spring in New York" and "Hang Up".
    Tony sings "Lullaby of Broadway".
    Pat sings "Something's Got to Give" and "Long, Long Way From Home".
    Johnny Puleo and his group do "Sabre Dance" and "Heart of My Heart".

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  • May 1, 1958
    May 1, 1958
    Episode 31
    5/1/58
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    Pat's guest is comedian Herb Shriner.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Gal in Calico" and "Lost in the Stars".
    Pat and Herb duet with a witty song called "Optimist and Pessimist".
    All join in for "Skip to My Lou".

  • April 24, 1958
    April 24, 1958
    Episode 30
    4/24/58
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    Pat's guest is actor Don Ameche.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "American Beauty Rose", "Sugar Moon" and "Gone Fishing".
    Don sings "Thank Heaven for Little Girls".
    Pat and Don sing "Give 'em Hoke" and "Spring, Spring, Spring".
    The dancers perform to "You're All the World to Me" and "Dancing in the Dark".

  • April 17, 1958
    April 17, 1958
    Episode 29
    4/17/58
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests singer Teresa Brewer comedian-actor Dick Van Dyke with a modern minstrel show. Highlights: Songs included are "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight", "Nobody", "Pickin' on the Banjo", "Wait Til the Sun Shines Nelly", "Asleep in the Deep", "Saloon" and "Alabama Jubilee".
  • April 10, 1958
    April 10, 1958
    Episode 28
    4/10/58
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    Pat's guests are singing duo Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "All Dressed Up and No Place to Go" and "Too Young".
    Steve sings "Come Rain or Come Shine".
    Pat & Steve duet on "Open Up That Dog House".
    Pat sings "Scarlet Ribbons".
    Eydie sings "I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues".
    Pat, Eydie & Steve sings "I Love a Piano" and "Piano Roll Blues".

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  • April 3, 1958
    April 3, 1958
    Episode 27
    4/3/58
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    Pat's guests are singer Pearl Bailey and boxer Rocky Graziano.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Most Unusual Day", "It's Too Soon to Know" and "The Lord's Prayer".
    Pat and Pearl duet with "Someday There Just Ain't No Fish".
    Pat and Rocky offer "That's Entertainment".
    All three join in for "Singin' In the Rain".

  • March 27, 1958
    March 27, 1958
    Episode 26
    3/27/58
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    Pat's guests are comedienne Pat Carroll, singer Jaye P. Morgan and The Morgan Brothers (Jaye's brothers Bob, Dick, Duke and Charlie).

    Highlights:
    Songs include, "Way Down Yonder", "A Very Precious Love", "Wonderful Time Up There", "Take the Time" and "These Will Be the Good Ole Days".

  • March 20, 1958
    March 20, 1958
    Episode 25
    3/20/58
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    Pat's guests are actress Gertrude Berg and French song stylist Genevieve.

    Highlights:
    "Molly Goldberg" (Gertrude Berg) cripples the language in her amiable and inimitable manner.

  • March 13, 1958
    March 13, 1958
    Episode 24
    3/13/58
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    Pat's guests are Carmel Quinn and The Four Lads.

    Highlights:
    St. Patrick's Day show.
    Pat sings "Great Day for the Irish".

  • March 6, 1958
    March 6, 1958
    Episode 23
    3/6/58
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    Pat's guests are singer-actress Shirley Jones and actor-comedian Dick Van Dyke.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Oh, Oh, I'm Falling in Love", "April Love", "Lucky Old Sun" and "It's No Secret".
    Pat, Shirley and Dick do a song and dancer routine of "Mention My Name in Sheboygan".

  • February 27, 1958
    February 27, 1958
    Episode 22
    2/27/58
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    Pat's guests are singer Andy Williams and dancer Neile Adams.

    Highlights:
    Songs include "Young at Heart", "Day In and Day Out", "Wonderful Time Up There", "Personality", "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" and "It's No Secret".

  • February 20, 1958
    February 20, 1958
    Episode 21
    2/20/58
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    Pat's guest is singer Peggy Lee. Highlights: Peggy sings "People Like You and Me", "Swing Low" and "What Would I Do". Pat sings "Wabash Cannon Ball", "Too Soon to Know" and "You're My Girl". Pat closes with "Because".
  • February 13, 1958
    February 13, 1958
    Episode 20
    2/13/58
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    Pat's guests are actress Gina Lollobrigida and singer Jimmy Dean.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "A Very Special Love", "Opus 1" and "Always".
    Pat & Gina duet on a medley of American and Italian songs including "That's Amore"
    Jimmy Dean solos with "Makin' My Mind Up".
    Pat & Jimmy team up for "Big D".
    Pat closes with the hymn "One Little Candle".

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  • February 6, 1958
    February 6, 1958
    Episode 19
    2/6/58
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    Pat's guest is singer-actor-comedian Dennis Day

    Highlights:
    Dennis Day sings "Where or When".
    Pat solos with "Bingo", "Catch a Falling Star", "More Than You Know" and "Wonderful Time Up There".
    Pat and Dennis duet on a medley of popular favorites.
    Pat sings the hymn "One Little Candle".

  • January 30, 1958
    January 30, 1958
    Episode 18
    1/30/58
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    Pat's guests are comedian-actor Dick Van Dyke and The Mills Brothers.

    Highlights:
    Pat and The Mills Brothers sing "You Always Hurt the One You Love".
    Pat sings "Sugar Time", "Why Don't They Understand" and "The Glory of Love".
    The Mills Brothers perform "Get a Job", "Tiger Rag", "Til Then", "Opus No.1", "Jones Boy", "Glowworm" and "Paper Doll".

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  • January 23, 1958
    January 23, 1958
    Episode 17
    1/23/58
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    Pat's guests are singer Dorothy Collins and The Billy Williams Quartet.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Buzz, Buzz, Buzz", "Why Don't They Understand" and Birth of the Blues".
    Dorothy Collins sings "Long, Long Ago".
    The Billy Williams Quartet performs "Them There Eyes".
    Pat and The Billy Williams Quartet sing "Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries".
    Pat concludes with "America the Beautiful".

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  • January 16, 1958
    January 16, 1958
    Episode 16
    1/16/58
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    Pat's guest is actor Tab Hunter. Highlights: Pat sings in a big production number in a new version of "Put It There, Pal" (an old Crosby-Hope duet) with Tab Hunter. Pat sings "Clover in the Meadow". Tab sings "Lafayette Escadrillo".
  • January 9, 1958
    January 9, 1958
    Episode 15
    1/9/58
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    Pat's guests are Opera singer Helen Traubel and bandleader Billy Vaughn. Highlights: Pat sings "Smack Dab in the Middle", "Till", "Lazy River" and the hymn "Beyond the Sunset". Pat and Helen sing in German with a rock'n'roll version of "Love Me". Bandleader Billy Vaughn repeats his record hit, "Silvery Moon".
  • January 2, 1958
    January 2, 1958
    Episode 14
    1/2/58
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    Pat's guests are singer Andy Williams, Dick Clark and Danny & the Juniors. Highlights: Pat sings "Shake, Rattle and Roll", "Very Special Love", "April Love" and "Never Be Afraid". Andy sings "Breezin' Along the Breeze" and "I Get a Kick Out of You". DJ Dick Clark introduces an act called Danny and the Juniors with "At the Hop".moreless
  • December 26, 1957
    December 26, 1957
    Episode 13
    12/26/57
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    Pat's guest is singer Carmel Quinn. Highlights: Pat sings "All the Way". Carmel performs "Mother Kelly's Doorstep". Pat and Carmel duet with "Zing a Little Zong". The finale is "God Bless America."
  • December 19, 1957
    December 19, 1957
    Episode 12
    12/19/57
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    Pat's guests are Soprano Elaine Malbin, The Texas Boys Choir and puppeteers The Trotter Brothers.

    Highlights:
    Elaine Malbin sings an aria from Puccini's "La Boheme".
    Pat and Elaine duet with "Madame Butterfly".
    Texas Boys Choir perform "Oh, Tannenbaum".
    Pat sings "Someone to Watch Over Me", "Santa's Coming to Town" and "Silent Night".

  • December 12, 1957
    December 12, 1957
    Episode 11
    12/12/57
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    Pat's guests are singer Peggy King and The Four Lads.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "You Do Something To Me".
    Peggy teaches Pat the Stanislavsky School of Acting.
    Peggy sings "The St. Louis Blues".
    The Four Lads perform "A Light in the Window".
    Pat sneaks in a musical plug for his movie "April Love"
    and joins The Four Lads in a weather prediciton, "Rain".

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  • December 5, 1957
    December 5, 1957
    Episode 10
    12/5/57
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    Pat's guests are comedian-actor Stubby Kaye, the Fontane Sisters, and ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson with Danny O'Day and Farfel.

    Highlights:
    Pat's doing his Christmas shopping early and his favorite department store is the hangout for entertainers.
    Stubby Kaye is Santa Claus, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson runs the toy department and the Fontane Sisters have those salesgirl blues.
    Stubby contributes "Jubilation T. Cornpone".
    Pat sings "It's Beginning to Look Alot Like Christmas".
    Jimmy Nelson's routine is selling his dog, Farfel which is amusing.

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  • November 28, 1957
    November 28, 1957
    Episode 9
    11/28/57
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    Pat's guests are singer-actress Celeste Holm and Pat's father-in-law Country star Red Foley.

    Highlights:
    Celeste Holm sings "Getting to Know You".
    Pat, Red and Celeste sing "Do It Yourself".
    Pat sings the traditional "I've Got Plenty to Be Grateful For".

  • November 21, 1957
    November 21, 1957
    Episode 8
    11/21/57
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    Pat's guests are The Ames Brothers, Martha Davis and Spouse and singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "April Love" and winds up with "You'll Never Walk Alone".
    The Ames Brothers sing "Melodie d'Amour".

  • November 14, 1957
    November 14, 1957
    Episode 7
    11/14/57
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    Pat's guests are singer Jaye P. Morgan, French comedian-ventriloquist Robert Lamouret and his hilarious duck and dog and singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey.

    Highlights:
    Jaye P. Morgan sings "You Gotta See Momma Every Night".
    Robert and his amorous French duck has some fun with Jaye P. Morgan.
    Jaye and her webfooted pal duet with "Aren't You Glad You're You".
    Pat sings "Sunday" and "April Love".

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  • November 7, 1957
    November 7, 1957
    Episode 6
    11/7/57
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    Pat's guest are singer-actress Dolores Gray and singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey.

    Highlights:
    Dolores Gray takes a musical round-the-world tour with songs "A Foggy Day in London Town", "Pigallie", "Arrivederci Roma" and "Manhattan".
    Pat sings "All Alone" and "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy".
    Pat and Joel sing "Wake Up, Little Susie".

  • October 31, 1957
    October 31, 1957
    Episode 5
    10/31/57
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    Pat's guests are singer Beatrice Lillie and singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey of "Jack in the Beanstalk".

    Highlights:
    Beatrice Lillie sings "Apologize".
    Pat sings "April Love", "All I Do is Dream of You" and the inspirational "Just a Closer Walk With Thee".
    Joel appears as a young man who's working his way through college.

  • October 24, 1957
    October 24, 1957
    Episode 4
    10/24/57
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    Pat's guests are actress Terry Moore and ventriloquist Paul Winchell and his puppet Jerry Mahoney.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Chances Are", "Jamboree Jones", "I Cried For You" and the inspirational "Sweet Hour of Prayer".
    Winchell and Mahoney duet with "If'n".
    The whole gang does "Tutti Frutti".

  • October 17, 1957
    October 17, 1957
    Episode 3
    10/17/57
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    Pat's guest is singer-actress-comedienne Janis Paige.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "It's Good to Be Alive", "My Heart Reminds Me" and "When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano".
    Pat and Janis duet with "Let's Take a Walk Around the Block".
    Janis solos with "At Long Last, Love".
    A circus production number features Gautier's steeplechase.
    Pat also presents the third Sport Magazine Award to the most valuable player in the World Series.

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  • October 10, 1957
    October 10, 1957
    Episode 2
    10/10/57
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    Pat's guests are singer-actress Shirley Jones who costars with Pat in the film "April Love" and Pat's kid brother singer Nick Todd.

    Highlights:
    Pat Boone sings "Ain't That a Shame".
    Nick Todd sings "Plaything".
    Pat and Shirley duet with "April Love".
    Shirley solos with "You Make Me Feel So Young".
    Pat sings "Honeycomb" and closes with the hymn "Peace in the Valley".

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  • October 3, 1957
    October 3, 1957
    Episode 1
    10/3/57
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    Pat's guest is Italian singer-actress Anna Maria Alberghetti.

    Highlights:
    Pat sings "Love Letters in the Sand".
    Pat and Anna Maria duet with a "Coffee Break" medley.

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