Pat's guests are Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet along with the behind-the-scenes personnel for the final show of the season.
Pat's guest is Country singer-performer Red Foley who is also Pat's father-in-law and Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet.
The Ja-Das perform "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street".
Pat sings "Jealous Heart" and "Boll Weevil".
Red Foley joins in for a medley of famous standards like "Pack Up Your Troubles", "I Want a Girl", "Smiles", "Just Like the Girl" etc.
Pat's guests are The McGuire Sisters and Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet.
Pat's program might as well be called "In the Good Old Summer Time" with songs like "Lazy", "Picnic Song" and others.
Pat's guests are actor Edd Byrnes and actress Connie Stevens of "77 Sunset Strip" and Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet.
Connie and Edd duet to "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb".
Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet do "Alabamy Bound".
Pat sings "Twixt Twelve and Twenty", "Personality" and "Tenderly".
Pat's guests are Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet and the usually behind the scenes, choral director Artie Malvin, musical conductor Mort Lindsey and choreographer Bill Foster share special duets with Pat Boone.
Pat's guests are actor-announcer Cliff Norton, comedienne Pat Suzuki, Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet and the Artie Malvin Chorus.
Songs include "Push De Button", "It's a Wonderful World", "Heaven Can Wait" and "Roar, Lion, Roar".
Pat's guests are actor Jackie Cooper and musical comedy star Eddie Hodges.
Pat and Jackie duet with "Love is the Reason".
Eddie and Pat sing "Saints".
Pat solos with "Swing on a Star".
Pat's guests are Jo Stafford and Margaret Ann & the Ja-Da Quartet.
Songs include, "Music Makers", "Embraceable You" and "Serenade in Blue" and ends with a folk song medley.
Pat's guest is actor David Wayne and Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet.
Pat's guests are actor Tab Hunter and 13-year-old recording artist Dodie Stevens.
Pat's guests are comic actor Eddie Bracken and ventriloquist Shari Lewis.
Pat & Shari duet on "When the Red Red Robin Goes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along".
Pat's guests are Maureen O'Hara.
Pat and Maureen sing Irish tunes.
Pat's guests are singer-actor Frankie Avalon, The Four Lads and Pat's wife Shirley Boone.
18-year-old Frankie Avalon sings "Venus".
The Four Lads sing "Girl on Page Forty Four".
Pat and his wife Shirley duet with "Side By Side".
Pat's guest is Metropolitan Opera star Dorothy Kirsten.
Dorothy Kirsten sings the "Merry Widow Waltz".
Pat sings "Girls, Girls, Girls".
Pat dresses up in costume of an operatic tenor and sings a duet with Dorothy Kirsten.
Pat's guests are TV personality Arthur Godfrey and singer Connie Francis.
Pat sings "My Happiness".
Connie sings "Queen of Hearts".
Arthur Godfrey shows a 1954 Talent Scout kinescope of Pat is shown to remind him of his "youth".
Pat is crowned "King of Hearts" by the American Heart Association.
Pat's guest is singer Dinah Shore.
Pat and Dinah take a good-humored musical jaunt across the U.S.A. as they sing "Rhode Island is Famous for You", "Carolina in the Morning", "Chicago", "Georgia On My Mind" and "Moonlight in Vermont".
Pat's guests are Bing Crosby's four sons' Dennis, Gary, Pat and Philip Crosby.
Pat and the Crosby boys sing a medley with "Dust Off My Old Piano", "Girl of My Dreams", "I Want a Girl", "Row, Row, Row" and "I Love a Piano".
Dennis, Philip and Lindsay deliver a boisterous version of "I Had a Dream Rock".
Pat and Gary harmonize to "Sam's Song".
Pat's guests are singer Gisele MacKenzie and bandleader-pianist Esquivel.
Pat sings "Just in Time" and "The Nearness of You".
Gisele sings "You Are My Lucky Star".
Esquivel performs "Hoya Negra" on the piano.
Pat's guest is singer-dancer-actress Ginger Rogers.
Ginger sings "A Lady Loves".
Pat sings "Brand New Suit".
Pat and Ginger duet with "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off".
Pat's guests are actor Alfred Drake and the 94-man Annapolis Glee Club.
The Glee Club sings "Anchors Aweigh", "Salvo Song" and "Nothing Like a Dame".
Pat and Midshipmen do "Anywhere I Wander".
Pat, Alfred and the Glee Club conclude with "As the Girls Go".
Pat's guest is singer Johnny Mathis.
Johnny sings "April Love".
Pat sings "It's Not For Me to Say".
Pat and Johnny duet with "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and sing a medley with "Chipmunk Song", "Let's Love", "The Wind and the Rain" and end with "Peace on Earth".
Pat's guests are actor Eddie Albert and dancer Jacques D'Amboise.
Eddie Albert does a soliloquy in Central Park where "For Lovers It's Always Springtime".
Pat sings "You're What I've Waited For" and "You're My Girl".
Pat's guests are Count Basie Orchestra with Joe Williams and singer Jaye P. Morgan.
Pat sings "It's All in the Game".
Jaye P. Morgan sings "You Came a Long Way from St. Louie".
Count Basie and his Orchestra with Joe Williams perform "Jumping at Woodside".
Joe Williams and Pat duet on "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".
Pat's guests are singer-actor Robert Clary and singer-actress Jeanne Carson.
Robert sings "April in Paris".
Pat sings "There But For You Go I".
Robert sings "Alouette".
Jeannie and Pat duet with "Fiddle Dee Dee".
Pat's guest is TV personality Steve Allen
Pat sings "Imagination", "Tom Dooley" and "Let There Be Peace on Earth".
Pat and Steve duet on "Loyalty".
Pat's guests are ventriloquist Shari Lewis with Lambchop and Charley Horse and comedian Louis Nye.
Pat sings "Pennies From Heaven", "That's All" and "The End".
Shari performs "There's A Smile in a Song" and "No Strings" with her puppets.
Pat's guests are Jazz singer Keely Smith, French actress Christine Carere and five double bass players.
Pat and Keely sing a medley with "It's All Right With Me", "S'posin'" and "Love Me or Leave Me".
Pat's guests are singer Gordon MacRae and Canadian pop star Gloria Lambert.
Pat sings "I'm Bidin' My Time" and "St. Louis Blues".
Gordon MacRae sings "Lost in the Stars".
Pat & Gordon duet on "Foggy Foggy Dew".
Gordon MacRae sings "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair".
Pat & Gordon do a medley with "The Cooper of Fyfe", "Man in the West" and "Froggy Went A-Courtin'".
Pat's guests are actor Jackie Cooper and singer Andy Williams.
"Three Men on a Spree" sets the tone for the evening as Jackie Cooper, Andy Williams and Pat cavort about the stage.
Jackie performs "Last Night on the Back Porch".
Andy sings "I've Got You Under My Skin".
Pat sings "Stardust".
All join in for "Why Don't We Do This More Often".
Pat's guests singer-actress Kathryn Grayson and comic husband and wife team, Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy.
Kathryn sings "Un Bel Di" from Madame Butterfly.
Pat and Kathryn duet with "Wunderbar".
Kathryn solos with "I've Told Every Little Star".
Pat's guests are comedienne-singer Edie Adams, TV western stars James Garner and Jack Kelly of Maverick, Ty Hardin of Bronco, Will Hutchins of Sugarfoot, John Russell of Lawman, Peter Brown of Black Saddle and Wayde Preston of Colt .45 and five jazz drummers.
Edie sings "You Can't Get a Man With a Gun".
Pat sings "High Noon" and "Remember Tonight".
Pat's guests are Cowboy star Roy Rogers and The Sons of the Pioneers.
Roy sings "Texas Plains".
Pat sings "Top Hat, White Tie and Tails" and "Love is a Many Splendored Thing".
Pat and Roy sing a medley of Country songs.
Also a square dance.
Pat's guests are The McGuire Sisters, comedian Bert Wheeler and the top 5 jazz drummers.
The McGuire Sisters sing "Jefferson Davis Tyler's General Store".
Pat sings "For You" and "Sweet Georgia Brown".
All join in for "Tiptoe Through the Tulips".