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  • Season 2
    • 9/22/1956
      9/22/1956
      Episode 52
      9/22/56
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      In the series finale, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey's guests include singers Ella Logan and Gale Storm, and comedian Archie Robbins.
    • 9/15/1956
      9/15/1956
      Episode 51
      9/15/56
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      The Dorseys' scheduled guests include singer Eddie Fontaine, comedian Leo De Lyon and pop vocal group The Crew Cuts.
    • 9/8/1956
      9/8/1956
      Episode 50
      9/8/56
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      Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey's scheduled guests include comedian Bob Hopkins, George Jessel and vocalist Sunny Gale.
    • 9/1/1956
      9/1/1956
      Episode 49
      9/1/56
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      Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey's scheduled guests include comedian Morey Amsterdam, puppeteers The Martin Brothers, and vocalist Merv Griffin.
    • 8/25/1956
      8/25/1956
      Episode 48
      8/25/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include singer Dick Haymes, comedian Eddie Hanley and singer Sirata.
    • 8/18/1956
      8/18/1956
      Episode 47
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include comedian Larry Storch, vocalist Della Reese, and acrobats The Seven Ashtons.
    • 8/11/1956
      8/11/1956
      Episode 46
      8/11/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include nightclub comedian Gene Baylos, singing impressionist Sunny Howard and gutarist Ron Hargrave.
    • 8/4/1956
      8/4/1956
      Episode 45
      8/4/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests inclued vocalists Merv Griffin, Sarah Vaughn and comedian Lew Parker.
    • 7/28/1956
      7/28/1956
      Episode 44
      7/28/56
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      The Dorseys' scheduled guests include singer Eileen Rogers, comedian Frank Fontaine, and pop vocal group The Crew Cuts.
    • 7/21/1956
      7/21/1956
      Episode 43
      7/21/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include vocalist Dick Haymes, comedian Henny Youngman and spiritual singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
    • 7/14/1956
      7/14/1956
      Episode 42
      7/14/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include comedian Jay Jason and vocal group Somethin' Smith and the Redheads.
    • 7/7/1956
      7/7/1956
      Episode 41
      7/7/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include singer Tony Bennett, pianist Jack Fina, and comic actor Steppin Fetchit.
    • 6/30/1956
      6/30/1956
      Episode 40
      6/30/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include vocalist Helen O'Connell, comedian Wally Brown, vocal group The Platters, and band leader Russ Morgan.
    • 6/23/1956
      6/23/1956
      Episode 39
      6/23/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include vocalist Fran Warren, comedian Earl Hall, baseball star Jackie Robinson and young singer Jimmy Randolph.
    • 6/16/1956
      6/16/1956
      Episode 38
      6/16/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers welcome sinver Connie Francis and musical group The Treniers.
    • 6/9/1956
      6/9/1956
      Episode 37
      6/9/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include vocal group The Colts, comedian Jack Durante, jazz harpist Adele Girard and clarinetist Joe Marcella.
    • 6/2/1956
      6/2/1956
      Episode 36
      6/2/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include comedian George Jessel, singer Sunny Gale, and dancers the Four Step Brothers.
    • 5/26/1956
      5/26/1956
      Episode 35
      5/26/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include Eileen Barton, comedian George Kirby, and Joe Novelle and his "Poodle Symphony".
    • 5/19/1956
      5/19/1956
      Episode 34
      5/19/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include singer/actress Roberta Sherwood and the Kirby Stone Quartet.
    • 5/12/1956
      5/12/1956
      Episode 33
      5/12/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers pay tribute to songwriter Irving Berlin. Their scheduled guests include singers Dick Haymes and Roberta Sherwood and tap dancers the Hines Brothers. Featuring the June Taylor Dancers.
    • 5/5/1956
      5/5/1956
      Episode 32
      5/5/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include comedian Morey Amsterdam and vocalist Sarah Vaughn. The Dorsey's orchestra features a medley of requested songs.
    • 4/28/1956
      4/28/1956
      Episode 31
      4/28/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests are singer Tony Bennett, singing group the DeMarco Sisters, violinist Charles Castleman, and comedian Roger Ray. With the June Taylor Dancers.
    • 4/21/1856
      4/21/1856
      Episode 30
      4/21/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers welcomes guests Jayne and Audrey Meadows, vocalist Helen O'Connell, acrobats the Seven Ashtons, and voilinist Charles Castleman.
    • 4/14/1956
      4/14/1956
      Episode 29
      4/14/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers's scheduled guests include vocalists Ella Logan and Bob Eberly, vocal group the Four Aces, comedy team Marshall and Farrell, Jackie Robinson and singer Jimmy Randolph.
    • 4/7/1956
      4/7/1956
      Episode 28
      4/7/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests are actresses Jayne and Audrey Meadows, vocalist Helen O'Connell and acrobatic act the Seven Ashtons.
    • 3/31/1956
      3/31/1956
      Episode 27
      3/31/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers welcome comedian Joey Bishop, singer Roberta Sherwood and choirs from Brown and Pembroke colleges.
    • 3/24/1956
      3/24/1956
      Episode 26
      3/24/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include "king of the one-liners" Henny Youngman, and future "king of rock 'n roll" Elvis Presley. Elvis performs "Money Honey" and "Heartbreak Hotel".
    • 3/17/1956
      3/17/1956
      Episode 25
      3/17/56
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      Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey's scheduled guests include comedian Henny Youngman, 11-year-old organist Glenn Derringer, and singer Elvis Presley. Elvis performs "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Blue Suede Shoes".
    • 3/10/1956
      3/10/1956
      Episode 24
      3/10/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests are singing group The Crew Cuts, comedian/impressionist George Kirby, and acrobatic act Les Cardinals.
    • 3/3/1956
      3/3/1956
      Episode 23
      3/3/56
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      The Dorseys' celebrate Jimmy's birthday with singers Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberle, who used to sing for his band. The two recall the good ole days with the song "Time Was" and perform hits including "Tangerine", "Amapola", and "Green Eyes". Also appearing are dancers the Clark Brothers and comedian Wally Brown.moreless
    • 2/25/1956
      2/25/1956
      Episode 22
      2/25/56
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      The Dorsey Brother's scheduled guests include singer Dick Haymes, comedian Morey Amsterdam and spiritual vocalist Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
    • 2/18/1956
      2/18/1956
      Episode 21
      2/18/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include comedian George DeWitt and singer Elvis Presley. Elvis performs "Tutti Frutti" and "I Was the One".
    • 2/11/1956
      2/11/1956
      Episode 20
      2/11/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include singer Ella Fitzgerald, comedian Jackie Miles and singer Elvis Presley. Elvis performs "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Blue Suede Shoes".
    • 2/4/1956
      2/4/1956
      Episode 19
      2/4/56
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      Joining Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey and the June Taylor Dancers is comedian Joe E. Brown, acting as guest emcee, singer Elvis Presley, and chimpanzee act Tippy and Cobina. Elvis performs "Baby, Let's Play House" and "Tutti Frutti".
    • 1/28/1956
      1/28/1956
      Episode 18
      1/28/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests are vocalist Sarah Vaughan, comedian Gene Sheldon, Cleveland radio DJ Bill Randle, and, making his national television debut, Elvis Presley. Elvis performs a medley of "Shake, Rattle & Roll/Flip, Flop & Fly", and "I Got a Woman".
    • 1/21/1956
      1/21/1956
      Episode 17
      1/21/56
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      The Dorseys' guests include film actor/singer Keefe Brasselle, vocal group the Four Aces, and emcee Jack Carter.
    • 1/14/1956
      1/14/1956
      Episode 16
      1/14/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include emcee Jack Carter, vocalist Delores Hawkins, comedians Wallis and Carroll, and actor George Raft, who hoofs with the June Taylor Dancers.
    • 1/7/1956
      1/7/1956
      Episode 15
      1/7/56
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include comedian Jack Carter, Gary Crosby and vocal group The Crew Cuts.
    • 12/31/1955
      12/31/1955
      Episode 14
      12/31/55
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      Jack Carter emcees this episode and welcomes comedian Morey Amsterdam, Count Basie and vocalists the Demarco Sisters. With the Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra.
    • 12/24/1955
      12/24/1955
      Episode 13
      12/24/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers' welcome Ringling's circus clown Emmett Kelly, who performs emcee duties in mime. Other guests include actor Raymond Massey, jazz musician Lionel Hampton, puppeteers the Martin Brothers, and vocalist Tony Bennett.
    • 12/17/1955
      12/17/1955
      Episode 12
      12/17/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include singer/host Robert Q. Lewis, Mindy Carson, and the comedy team of Wallis and Carroll.
    • 12/10/1955
      12/10/1955
      Episode 11
      12/10/55
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      The Dorsey's guests include comedian Jack Carter, acting as emcee, singer Vaugh Monroe performing "From This Moment On" and "Don't Go To Strangers", musical group Ricky Zahnd and the Blue Jeaners, and the tap-dancing foursome The Step Brothers.
    • 12/3/1955
      12/3/1955
      Episode 10
      12/3/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include vocalist Gordon McRae, acting as emcee, actress Kim Novak, and Look magazine's All-American football team.
    • 11/26/1955
      11/26/1955
      Episode 9
      11/26/55
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      The Dorsey's guests include comedian Gene Shelton, dancer Gene Nelson, and Eddy Arnold, who sings "Cattle Call" and "That Do Make It Good".
    • 11/19/1955
      11/19/1955
      Episode 8
      11/19/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers' scheduled guests include Eddie Albert, comedian George de Witt, and singer Yma Sumac.
    • 11/12/1955
      11/12/1955
      Episode 7
      11/12/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers' guests include Ken Murray, who emcees, Billy Daniels, and recently of Arthur Godfrey and Friends, Lu Ann Simms.
    • 11/5/1955
      11/5/1955
      Episode 6
      11/5/55
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      Joining the Dorsey Brothers is actor George Raft, who acts as emcee, singer Tony Bennett, and comedian Frank Fontaine.
    • 10/29/1955
      10/29/1955
      Episode 5
      10/29/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers welcome actor Robert Mitchum, who acts as emcee, singer Sarah Vaughn, and comics Marshall and Ferrell. Vaughn performs "C'est la Vie" and Mitchum gives a shot at singing with "Marie".
    • 10/22/1955
      10/22/1955
      Episode 4
      10/22/55
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      The Dorseys' scheduled guests include Jack Haley, comedy team Peter Marshall and Tommy Farrell, pianist Roger Williams, and vocalists the Four Aces. Haley performs "Alexander's Ragtime Band, "You're an Old Smothie" and "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking". The Four Aces sing "Love is a Many Splendored Thing", Williams plays "Autumn Leaves", and the Dorseys do "Fools Rush In" and "The Breeze and I".moreless
    • 10/15/1955
      10/15/1955
      Episode 3
      10/15/55
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      The Fabulous Dorseys welcome their scheduled guests singer Billy Daniels, current recording artist Lillian Briggs and comedian Jerry Lester.
    • 10/8/1955
      10/8/1955
      Episode 2
      10/8/55
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      The Dorsey Brothers, with their orchestra and the June Taylor Dancers, welcome guests comedian Jackie Miles and actress Jeanne Crain.
    • 10/1/1955
      10/1/1955
      Episode 1
      10/1/55
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      Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey begin the run of their weekly series, with the June Taylor Dancers (from The Jackie Gleason Show) as regulars. Guests include vocalist Dick Haymes and actress Jane Russell who also sings.
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