Pat Boone Chevy Showroom - Season 3

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Episode Guide

  • June 23, 1960
    June 23, 1960
    Episode 39
    6/23/60
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    Pat, his wife Shirley, and their young daughters Cherry, Lindy, Laury and Debby are moving to California this summer. Tonight in this final show of the series, the Boones and the Artie Malvin chorus and the Bill Foster dancers sing and dance their way through their moving preparations.
  • June 16, 1960
    June 16, 1960
    Episode 38
    6/16/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests the Hi-Los. Highlights: Pat joins in playing games with dancers in chimps' and gorillas' clothes. Pat sings "Slap That Bass" The Hi-Los perform "Something's Gotta Give". Pat closes with "You'll Never Walk Alone".
  • June 9, 1960
    June 9, 1960
    Episode 37
    6/9/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Bobby Rydell. Highlights: Pat sings "I Hear Music", "Cathy's Clown" and "Moonglow". Bobby and Pat duet with "The Old Lamplighters". Bobby sings "Swinging School". Mort Lindsay Orchestra does an instrumental with "Volare". Pat closes with "Climb Every Mountain".
  • June 2, 1960
    June 2, 1960
    Episode 36
    6/2/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests 19-year-old French songstress Jacqueline Boyer and The Roman Twins. Highlights: Jacqueline sings "Tom Pillibi" and "Comme Au Premier Jour". Jacqueline duets with Pat on "Happy Talk". Pat sings "Pennies From Heaven".
  • May 26, 1960
    May 26, 1960
    Episode 35
    5/26/60
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    Host Pat Boone still has his European trip on his mind and he runs off some films of Stockholm, Copenhagen and Venice to keep the memory alive. No guests on this one. Highlights: Pat Boone and his regular singers and dancers join him for tunes like "Greenfields", "Piccolino" and "Whispering Hope".moreless
  • May 19, 1960
    May 19, 1960
    Episode 34
    5/19/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Mel Torme. Highlights: Pat talks about his trip abroad and gives Mel a few pointers on its glories. In between the boys sing tunes like "The Gypsy in My Soul", "Tintarella di Luna", "Thanks for the Memory" and "Kids".
  • May 12, 1960
    May 12, 1960
    Episode 33
    5/12/60
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    Pat solos on this program with a scrapbook full of rhymes by "Anonymous" and other well-known poets, backed up by the usual roster of songs. Highlights: Pat sings, "Soliloquy", "Serenade in Blue" and "Build a Stairway to Paradise".
  • May 5, 1960
    May 5, 1960
    Episode 32
    5/5/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests actress Pier Angeli and the Marino Marini Quartet. Highlights: Pat's last show abroad takes a look at the sights of Venice, from the fabulous Piaza Sanz Marco, to grand canal, the small canals, the Bridge of Sighs and the ever present gondolas and gondoliers. Pier sings "Arrivederci". Pat sings "Summertime in Venice" and "There's No Tomorrow".moreless
  • April 28, 1960
    April 28, 1960
    Episode 31
    4/28/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest actor Arthur O'Connell. Highlights: Pat joins the Austrian Boys choir for "Inchworm" from a town square in St. Gilgen that's over 3,000 feet up in the mountains. There's a stop at the museum built on Mozart's birthplace, a lovely view of Mirabell Gardens and a song by Pat on a ski lift with actor Arthur O'Connell.moreless
  • April 21, 1960
    April 21, 1960
    Episode 30
    4/21/60
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    "Paris by Night" as host Pat Boone welcomes guests singers Juliette Greco and Gilbert Becaud. Highlights: The flavor of Paris as its famous sights the Left Bank's St. Germain area as well as Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and the Arc De Triomphe are shown. Juliette Greco sings "Coin de Rue". Gilbert Becaud does "Sacre Fille". Pat sings "All Dressed Up and No Place to Go" and "Fascination".moreless
  • April 14, 1960
    April 14, 1960
    Episode 29
    4/14/60
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    Host Pat Boone begins a four week series abroad his first stop is "Paris By Day" with guests singer Gilbert Bacaud, 19-year-old French songstress Jacqueline Boyer and The Little Singers.
  • April 7, 1960
    April 7, 1960
    Episode 28
    4/7/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer-actress Carol Lawrence of Broadway's "West Side Story".

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Carol sings "Looking For a Boy".
    Pat and Carol duet with "It Had to Be You" and "Nobody's Business But My Own".
    Pat solos with "Little White Lies" and "Long, Long Way From Home".

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  • March 31, 1960
    March 31, 1960
    Episode 27
    3/31/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest British comedian Dave King.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Dave King does a pretty good job of making Pat feel like he's a visitor on the Dave King Show.
    Dave King also offers a comedy sketch on airplanes.

  • March 24, 1960
    March 24, 1960
    Episode 26
    3/24/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Jimmie Rodgers.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    The Bill Foster dancers perform to "Theme from "A Summer Place".
    Jimmie Rodgers joins Pat in "Delaware and a rousing rendition of "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho".
    Pat closes with "I Know What God Is".

  • March 17, 1960
    March 17, 1960
    Episode 25
    3/17/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests songstress Carmel Quinn and The Kingston Trio.

    Highlights:
    St. Patrick's Day show
    In an Irish medley Carmel and Pat duet to "If You're Irish, Come Into the Parlor".
    The Kingston Trio perform "The Minstrel Boy".
    The group will sing "Dear Ol' Donegal".

  • March 10, 1960
    March 10, 1960
    Episode 24
    3/10/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest musical comedy actress Janet Blair.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Janet sings "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate."
    Janet duets with Pat on "High Society".
    Pat solos with "Dixieland Band", "Careless Love", "South Rampart Street Parade", "He'll Have To Go" and "I Almost Lost My Mind".
    A production number set during Mardi Gras with a medley of Dixieland tunes.
    Pat closes with "When You Come to the End of the Day".

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  • March 3, 1960
    March 3, 1960
    Episode 23
    3/3/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Dorothy Collins.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Pat's guest this evening is Dorothy Collins, who will relive her days as the singing star of Your Hit Parade. "Cross Over the Bridge," which was a hit on the old show for quite a while, keeps turning up all night in all kids of settings.
    Pat will sing "Love Letters in the Sand" as he slowly sinks out of sight in quicksand.
    Dorothy will warble "Little Things Mean a Lot" with Pat as the extra who is sung to.
    There's a little comedy thrown in here as Boone tries to steal the act. Things end with Pat doing "I Believe."

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  • February 25, 1960
    February 25, 1960
    Episode 22
    2/25/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest heavyweight boxing champion Ingemar Johansson.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Ingemar sings "The Girl That I Marry" in Swedish (translation by Pat) and a folk song from home.
    Pat solos with "Welcome New Lovers" and "This Train".

  • February 18, 1960
    February 18, 1960
    Episode 21
    2/18/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest actress Miyoshi Umeki.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Dressed in Japanese garb for the ceremonial tea service Miyoshi sings "I Wonder Why".
    Pat and Miyoshi duet with "Far Away Places" and together perform a "Cherry Bloom" song with a bit of Japanese patter in it too.

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  • February 11, 1960
    February 11, 1960
    Episode 20
    2/11/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests songstress Jo Stafford and folksinger-composer Jimmy Driftwood.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Jo duets with Pat on "Route 66".
    Pat solos with "Words".
    Pat joins Jimmy and his guitar for "Gee, But I Wanna Go Home".
    All join in for "Yankee Doodle".

  • February 4, 1960
    February 4, 1960
    Episode 19
    2/4/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest actress Zsa Zsa Gabor.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Pat invites Zsa Zsa to decorate the stage and join in singing "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby".
    Zsa Zsa solos with "I Might Be Your Once in a While".
    Pat sings "Hoop-de-do", "Where or When" and "I Like Old People".

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  • January 28, 1960
    January 28, 1960
    Episode 18
    1/28/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest folksinger-actor Theodore Bikel.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Pat and Theodore Bikel take a musical tour around the world stopping in Israel, Africa, Russia, England, then back home in America.
    Tunes include "Shenandoah," Russian Gypsy Song, ''Hush, Little Baby," "Climb Every Mountain."

  • January 21, 1960
    January 21, 1960
    Episode 17
    1/21/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests British vocalist Cliff Richard and the Chad Mitchell Trio.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Cliff Richard sings "Living Doll".
    Pat and Cliff duet with "Pretty Blue Eyes".
    Pat solos with "Pass That Peace Pipe".
    The Chad Mitchell Trio perform "I Do Adore Her".

  • January 14, 1960
    January 14, 1960
    Episode 16
    1/14/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests actor Don Ameche and songstress Belinda Blanchard.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Don Ameche sings "Here and There" and "All of You".
    Pat sings "Dreams".
    Pat & Don duet on "At the Moving Picture Ball".

  • January 7, 1960
    January 7, 1960
    Episode 15
    1/7/60
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Mel Torme.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Pat and Mel Torme recall the days of he first crooners in a medley of songs made famous by Rudy Vallee, Russ Columbo and Bing Crosby
    with "I'm So Glad I'm Not Young Anymore", "My Time is Your Time", "Learn to Croon" and "Love Thy Neighbor".
    Pat sings "I Like the Likes of You".
    Mel solos with "Sing You Sinners".

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  • December 31, 1959
    December 31, 1959
    Episode 14
    12/31/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests teenage singer Dodie Stevens and the George Shearing Quintet.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Songs include, "April Love", "Marianne", "Too Young", "Stranger in Paradise" and "The Whole World".

  • December 24, 1959
    December 24, 1959
    Episode 13
    12/24/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests little Augie Rios and the Stuart Gardner Group.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Augie Rios sings "Donde Este Santa Claus".
    Louise O'Brien sings "Have Yourself a Merry Christmas".
    Pat sings "Scarlet Ribbons" and "Joy to the World".

  • December 17, 1959
    December 17, 1959
    Episode 12
    12/17/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer-actress Polly Bergen.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Scattered in among the music is three vignettes, comedy fun-poking at such movie standbys as the Air Force film, the monster film and the cute little girl film.
    Polly as a soloist sings "Trolley Song", "Over the Rainbow" and "It Might as Well Be Spring".
    Polly and Pat duet with "Thanks for the Memory" and "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening".
    Pat solos with "I Feel a Song Coming On", "I Won't Dance" and "Love is a Many Splendored Thing".
    Pat, Polly and the entire cast sing "White Christmas".

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  • December 10, 1959
    December 10, 1959
    Episode 11
    12/10/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests singer-actress Julie London and John Zacherley, TV horror-movie host.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Pat and Julie duet with "Baby, It's Cold Outside".
    Pat, Julie and the chorus do "Winter Wonderland".
    Other songs included are "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm", "Unforgettable", "Ain't Winter Wonderful?" and "Beyond the Sunset".

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  • November 26, 1959
    November 26, 1959
    Episode 9
    11/26/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests folksinger Jimmy Driftwood, John Zacherley, TV horror-movie host and the Chad Mitchell Trio.

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Square dancing and folk music is the flavor of the show.

  • November 19, 1959
    November 19, 1959
    Episode 8
    11/19/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer-actress Janet Blair.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Janet sings "Give My Regards to Broadway" and "Climb Every Mountain".

  • November 12, 1959
    November 12, 1959
    Episode 7
    11/12/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest actor Tab Hunter.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Tab and Louise duet with "Gallagher and Shean", "They Go Wild Over Me" and "Silvery Moon".
    Pat solos with "Sweet Sue", "Sweet Sixteen" and "Never Be Afraid".

  • November 5, 1959
    November 5, 1959
    Episode 6
    11/5/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Dorothy Collins.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    A stroll through a penny arcade as Pat meets Dorothy Collins at a photo booth with a gag ending.
    Dorothy plays a tramp in a nickelodeon movie and off to a golf range where Pat spots Louise O'Brien.
    Louise sings "Nice Work if You Can Get It".
    Pat and Dorothy duet with "Flattery".
    Dorothy and Louise sing "My Darling" and "Marry the Man Today".
    Pat closes with "Battle Hymn of the Republic".

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  • October 29, 1959
    October 29, 1959
    Episode 5
    10/29/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald

    with regulars
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Ella sings "A-Tisket, A-Tasket".
    Pat and Ella sings "Primrose Lane", "Ridin' High", "I Almost Lost My Mind", "Makin' Whoopee", "I Wish I Were in Love Again" and "It Don't Mean a Thing, If It Ain't Got That Swing".

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  • October 22, 1959
    October 22, 1959
    Episode 4
    10/22/59
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    Host Pat Boone with regulars singer Louise O'Brien, Artie Malvin chorus, Bill Foster dancers and the Mort Lindsey Orchestra.

    Highlights:
    Pat joins choreographer Bill Foster in a special dance routine as he introduces his television family in a program.
    Pat sings "Now Hear This".
    Louise sings "My Romance".
    Pat's other songs are "More Than You Know", "Whispering" and "Home".

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  • October 15, 1959
    October 15, 1959
    Episode 3
    10/15/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guests the Mary Kaye Trio.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    The Mary Kaye Trio do a medley with "I'm In Love", "Lover Come Back" and "Begin the Beguine".
    Louise O'Brien tries her hand at comedy aping Joni James and sings "My Heart Stood Still".
    Pat sings "Lonely Street", "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" and "He Leadth Me".

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  • October 8, 1959
    October 8, 1959
    Episode 2
    10/8/59
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    Host Pat Boone welcomes guest singer Steve Lawrence.

    with regulars
    Louise O'Brien
    Artie Malvin chorus
    Bill Foster dancers
    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Highlights:
    Steve and Pat duet on "Don't Call Me Seymour".

  • October 1, 1959
    October 1, 1959
    Episode 1
    10/1/59
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    For the season 3 opener host Pat Boone welcomes guests Nat "King" Cole, singer-actor Fabian, songstress Gogi Grant and comedian Jack E. Leonard.

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