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Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests guitarist Carlos Montoya, singer Wilson Pickett, comedian Ronnie Martin and Broadway singer-dancer Sandra O'Neill.
Barbara starts the show off singing "Cabaret".
Sandra O'Neill performs "Don't Tell Mama".
Sandra O'Neill then sings the bluesy song "The Music That Makes Me Dance" from Funny Girl.
Carlos Montoya performs "La Rosa" & "Soleares".
Wilson Pickett performs "I'm In Love" and "Wait Till Midnight Hour".
Comedian Ronnie Martin performs a stand-up routine.
Barbara sings a My Fair Lady medley with "Wouldn't It Be Loverly", "Show Me Now", "On the Street Where You Live" and "I've Grown Accustomed to His Face".
Barbara pulls a guy named Bill Serus from the audience who sings "Yesterday".
Carlos Montoya performs.
Barbara and Sandra duet with "Marry the Man Today" from Guys and Dolls.
Barbara sings "Alfie".
Barbara closes with "Doing It".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Brook Benton, songstress Mary Lou Collins, comic Dick Shawn and The Cowsills.
Mary Lou sings, "Save the Country"
Barbara sings, "Put a Little Love in Your Heart".
The Cowsills perform, "Blowin' in the Wind".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests actress Virna Lisi, singer Bobby Sherman, comics Skiles and Henderson and the singing Big Foot.
The singing Big Foot performs "California Lights".
Bobby sings, "Catch the Wind"
Barbara sings, "Mona Lisa".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Tommy Hunter, comic Professor Irwin Corey, singer Betty Robertson and The Five Stairsteps.
Barbara sings "This Is My Life" and "Love Walked In."
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests pianist Peter Nero, singing duo Ian and Sylvia Tyson, comic Sandy Baron and singer Freddy Weller.
Peter and Barbara perform, "Mountain Greenery".
Peter Nero performs a "Hair" medley.
Ian and Sylvia Tyson duet on "Shinbone Alley".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests The Righteous Brothers, musician Carlos Montoya, comedian Gordy Tapp from "Hee Haw", and Tranquility Base.
Carlos Montoya performs "Malaga" and "Jota"
The Righteous Brothers sing "Unchained Melody".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests R&B singer Lou Rawls, Gospel singer Tobi Lark, vibraphonist Peter Appleyard and comics Hart and Lorne.
Lou sings, "With Your Love"
Tobi sings "A Change Is Gonna Come"
Peter performs, "All the Things You Are".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests comedian Soupy Sales, vocalist Vanda King, singer Josh White Jr., The Irish Rovers and Professional Hockey players Bobby Orr and Mike Walton.
Josh White Jr. sings, "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" and "My Little Boy".
Barbara does an "Annie Get Your Gun" medley.
The Irish Rovers perform, "The Orange and the Green" and "Years May Come, Years May Go".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Johnny Mathis, songstress Carolyn Daye and the Ace Trucking Company.
"Alfie" and "Close to You".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer O.C. Smith, comedienne Betty Walker, singers Green and Banks and Betty Robertson
O.C. sings, "My Cherie Amour"
Barbara & O.C. duet on "That's Life"
Green & Banks perform, "Blackbird"
Betty performs, "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"
Barbara sings, "Once in a Lifetime".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer O.C. Smith, comedian Bob Blasser, Rowena Emmet and The Irish Rovers.
O.C. sings, "Wichita Lineman" and "Don't Let Me Lose This Dream"
Barbara & O.C. sing, "Little Green Apples".
The Irish Rovers & Barbara sing, "Whisky on a Sunday".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests musician Jose Greco, Canadian singer-actress Catherine MacKinnon, impressionist Rich Little and folk singer Josh White Jr.
Josh White Jr. sings, "Early Morning Rain"
Barbara sings "Easy to Be Hard" and "Just a Little Lovin'"
Barbara & Josh duet on "This Guy's in Love with You".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests R&B singer Lou Rawls, singer Carolyn Daye, impressionist Rich Little and Japan's Daikagura Troupe (jugglers and dancers).
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer-actress Debbie Reynolds, musicians Hagood Hardy and Leon Bibb. Debbie joins Barbara for comedy sketches.
Hagood Hardy performs, "Eli's Coming"
Barbara sings "Softly, as I Leave You."
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests comedian Bill Dana, actor Brock Peters, comic duo Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill, singer Sue Burns and The King Cousins.
Brock Peters sings "Hello, Young Lovers"
The King Cousins perform "What Now, My Love?"
Sue Burns sings "Aquarius"
Barbara sings "Cabaret".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests songstress Freda Payne, singer Bobby Vee, impressionist Rich Little and Cathy Emery and Morris Donaldson aka Inrie and Donaldson.
Freda Payne sings, "Rock Me In the Cradle" and "Deeper and Deeper".
Barbara and Freda sing, "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?"
Bobby sings, "Just Can't Help Believin'".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests The Righteous Brothers, Jazz singer Dianne Brooks, comedienne Betty Walker and Doctor Magic.
The Righteous Brothers perform a Ray Charles medley.
Dianne Brooks sings "Love, I Had a Ball".
Doctor Magic perform, "You Can Make It".
Barbara McNair sings, "Don't Rain On My Parade".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Julie Budd, actor Rudy Webb, comic Phil Foster and The Brothers Cain.
Julie sings, "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows"
Barbara & Rudy sing, "Homeward Bound"
Barbara & Julie sing, "Teach Your Children"
Barbara McNair sings, "In the Ghetto".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests comedian Soupy Sales, singer Dakota Staton and flautist Moe Koffman.
Soupy Sales sings "It's My Ego"
Dakota & Moe perform, "He's Funny That Way"
Barbara sings "Son of a Preacher Man" and a "Gypsy" medley.
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Billy Daniels, songstress Hanna Aroni, comics Hart and Lorne.
Billy Daniels sings "Black Magic" & "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?"
Hanna Aroni sings, "I'll Do It Again"
Barbara sings "Rules of the Road".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests musician B.B. King, singer-actress Gloria Loring, comic Billy Baxter and The Friendly Persuasion.
B.B. performs, "Ask Me No Questions"
Gloria Loring sings, "The Dove"
Barbara sings a "Graduate" medley and "That Loving Feeling"
The Friendly Persuasion perform "Goin' Out of My Head".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, singer Ed Evanko, comic Milt Kamen and rock group Edward Bear.
Mahalia Jackson sings, "Precious Lord" and "Down by the Riverside"
Mahalia and Barbara duet on, "Motherless Child"
Barbara sings, "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head"
Edward Bear performs, "You, Me and Mexico".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Freda Payne, comic Dick Shawn, singer Jan Rubes and The Cowsills.
Freda Payne sings, "Band of Gold" and "The Time Has Come to Say Goodbye".
Barbara sings "Both Sides Now", "Windows of the World" and "What the World Needs Now".
The Cowsills perform, "Folsom Prison Blues".
Jan Rubes sings, "The Impossible Dream" and All perform "United We Stand".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests Little Richard, singer Andy Kim, songstress Bonnie Sher and comic Professor Irwin Corey.
Little Richard performs, "Greenwood, Mississippi" & "Somebody Saw You".
Andy Kim sings, "Sugar, Sugar".
Bonnie Sher sings, "Things Are Looking Good".
Barbara McNair"After Today," "If I Ruled the World" and an "Oliver" medley.
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, comedian Jack E. Leonard, Jan Rubes and The Cowsills.
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests comics Sandy Baron and Professor Irwin Corey, singers Freddy Weller and Elan Stuart and The Edwin Hawkins Singers.
Freddy and Elan sing, "The Straight Life"
The Edwin Hawkins Singers sing, "Blowin' in the Wind".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Daniele Dorice, the satirical Ace Trucking Company and The Cowsills.
Barbara sings a Beatles medley and "I Can't Stop Loving You."
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Tony Martin, songstress Julie Budd, comic Jackie Kahane and rock group The Machinery.
Tony Martin sings "Cuando Caliente el Sol"
Tony & Barbara sing, "I Will Wait For You"
Julie sings, "Games People Play"
Barbara & Julie duet on "Get Together"
The Machinery perform "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show".
Host Barbara McNair welcomes guests singer Della Reese and The Rascals.
Della sings, "Proud Mary"
Barbara and Della sing a duet of "Make Your Own Kind of Music"
The Rascals perform, "People Got to Be Free".