The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams

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Episode Guide

    • September 25, 1958
      September 25, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 13
      9/25/58
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      Andy's guest is singer Anita Wood, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Anita sings "Walking After Midnight".
      Andy sings "I've Got You Under My Skin", "After You've Gone" and "It Had to Be You".

    • July 3, 1958
      July 3, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      7/3/58
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      Andy's guest is pianist-drummer-composer Barry Miles, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and the Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "You Do Something To Me", "When I Fall In Love" and "Now Is the Time of the Evening".

    • August 11, 1959
      August 11, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      8/11/59
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      Andy's guests are comedian Buddy Hackett, singer-actress Diahann Carroll, the Mello-Larks and dancer Joan Holloway;
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "Day In, Day Out".
      Diahann Carroll sings "More Than You Know" & "Summertime".
      Mello-Larks perform "Up Above My Head".
      Diahann performs "All or Nothing at All".
      Andy sings "You Are My Lucky Star".

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    • July 10, 1958
      July 10, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      7/10/58
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      Andy's guest is comedian Jack Carter, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Andy and Dick sing a slightly whacky version of "Two Lost Souls".
      The Hamilton Trio dance to "Superstition".
      Andy sings "Foggy Day", "Gypsy in My Soul" and a medley of "Stars Fell on Alabama", "Jeepers Creepers" and "Night and Day".

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    • July 17, 1958
      July 17, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      7/17/58
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      Andy's guest is singer Betty Anne Steele, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and the Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Songs include "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You", "Gypsy in My Soul", "All I Do Is Dream of You", "I Get a Kick OUt of You" and "Meet Me Where They Play the Blues".

    • September 4, 1958
      September 4, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      9/4/58
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      Andy and regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio perform.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "Sometimes I'm Happy", "Breezing Along With the Breeze" and a medley of Rodgers and Hammerstein songs.
      Dick Van Dyke does a take off on a detective bit called "Meet McGraw".
      The Hamilton Trio folls Dick's lead with a dance to "Drugstore Cowboy".
      Andy muses amiably to "Ladies Man".

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    • August 18, 1959
      August 18, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      8/18/59
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      Andy's guests are Eydie Gormé, Mel Tormé and comic magician Carl Ballantine. Highlights: Eydie Gormé sings a Broadway Musicals Medley. Mel Tormé sings "Blues in the Night". Andy sings an Irving Berlin medley. Eydie Gormé sings "I Got Lost in His Arms".
    • August 7, 1958
      August 7, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      8/7/58
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      Andy and Dick Van Dyke with the Bob Hamilton Trio perform.

      Highlights:
      Dick does a routine about marriage and its pitfalls.
      Dick and Andy talk about the good old days of songs from 1950.
      Andy sings "This is My Lucky Day", "There'll Be Some Changes Made" and "Volare".

    • August 28, 1958
      August 28, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      8/28/58
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      Andy guest is singer Anita Wood, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      The Hamilton Trio perform "Boardwalk".
      Dick does a solo job to "Western".
      Andy duets with Anita for "Would You Like To Take a Walk".

    • July 7, 1959
      July 7, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      7/7/59
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      Andy's guests are talk show host Johnny Carson, singer-actress Janis Paige, singer-actor Eddie Hodges and vibraphonist Peter Appleyard and his quartet.

      Highlights:
      Eddie Hodges harmonizes with Andy on "Swinging on a Star".
      Janis and Peter Gennaro do "Married I Can Always Get".
      Eddie Hodges joins three young lasses to "Thank Heaven for Little Girls".

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    • September 18, 1958
      September 18, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      9/18/58
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      Andy's guest is singer-songwriter Johnny Mercer, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings a medley of Johnny Mercer songs "Hit the Road to Dreamland", "I'm Old Fashioned" and "Accentuate the Positive".
      There's an entry from the Corvettes called "Holy Smoke".
      A modern dance from the Hamilton Trio.

    • September 1, 1959
      September 1, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      9/1/59
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      Andy's guests are singer-actress Carol Lawrence, comedian Stan Freberg, dancer Ken Berry and The Mills Brothers.
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      14 pairs of hands stick out through holes in a white background and Andy begins to sing "Clap Your Hands".
      Carol sings "The French Lesson with Andy and solos with "Thou Swell".
      Ken Berry does a great Fred Astaire in dance with "Music For Screaming" and "Music for Non-Thinkers".
      The Mills Brothers perform "Paper Doll".
      Andy sings "Bye, Bye Blackbird" and "Look for the Silver Lining".
      Stan Freberg and Orville, his outer space puppet do some moon talk.
      The closing song is Johnny Mercer's "Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home".

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    • July 31, 1958
      July 31, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 5
      7/31/58
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      Andy and regulars Dick Van Dyke and the Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", "Up a Lazy River", "Serenade in Blue" and "Jubilee".
      Andy and Dick duet with "Everybody Loves a Lover".
      The Hamilton Trio perform "The Blacksmith Blues".

    • July 14, 1959
      July 14, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      7/14/59
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      Andy's guests are actress-singer Miyoshi Umeki, Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang, impressionist Frank Gorshin and Betty and Jan Rhodes (mother-daughter comedy act);
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Miyoshi sings "Getting to Know You" and "By the Light of the Silvery Moon".
      Other songs include "It Had to Be You", "They Can't Take That Away From Me" and "Gigi".
      Frank Gorshin does an ambitious routine, making like a Senate committee while he imitates Broderick Crawford, Marlon Brando, Richard Widmark, Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster.

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    • August 21, 1958
      August 21, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      8/21/58
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      Andy guest is singer Anita Wood, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Andy and the Hamilton Trio perform "Fever".
      Andy sings a medley of "Sweet Sue", "Say It Isn't So" and "Me and My Shadow".
      Dick Van Dyke has some pertinent comments on giving up cigarettes and also does a duet with Anite Wood on "The French Lesson".
      Andy and his brother Dick plug their new recording of Kay Thompson's "Promise Me Love".
      The Soap Box Derby winner will take a bow.

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    • August 14, 1958
      August 14, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      8/14/58
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      Andy's guest is singer Anita Wood and a surprise visit by Jimmy Dean, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and the Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Anita Wood sings "You Made Me Love You".
      Andy sings "Blackbird", "Do-Do-Do" and "Three O'Clock in the Morning".
      Dick portrays an expectant father who has four girls in a row.
      The Bob Hamilton Trio and Andy sing "S'Wonderful".

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    • August 4, 1959
      August 4, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      8/4/59
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      Andy's guests are singer Dorothy Collins, musical-comedy performer Gretchen Wyler, comedian Morey Amsterdam and puppetteers Bil and Cora Baird;

      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Gretchen Wyler sings "My Sugar is So Refined".
      The Bairds perform "Banana Boat Song".
      Andy sings "Ain't We Got Fun".
      Andy and Morey team up for "Makin' Whoopee".
      And a "Too Darn Hot" medley.

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    • August 25, 1959
      August 25, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      8/25/59
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      Andy's guests are singer Peggy King, comedian Dick Van Dyke and the Hi-Lo's.
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "Lonely Street" and "There'll Be Some Changes Made".
      Peggy solos on "Everything Comes Up Roses".
      The Hi-Lo's perform "Great Day" and "Back Home in Indiana".
      Peter Gennaro dances to the music of "West Side Story".
      Dick Van Dyke does his popular Ed Murrow take-off.

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    • September 11, 1958
      September 11, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      9/11/58
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      Andy and regulars Dick Van Dyke and The Bob Hamilton Trio perform.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings a medley of old-timers like "Blue Moon" and "You're the Top".

    • September 22, 1959
      September 22, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      9/22/59
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      Andy's guests are singer Jane Morgan, ventriloquist Shari Lewis, singer-songwriter Johnny Mercer and comedian Dave Barry.
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      A Williams-Mercer duet in a medley of Mercer hits that easily span the alphabet beginning with "Atchison Topeka, Santa Fe" and on.
      Jane Morgan sings "By Myself" and "The Moon Was Yellow".
      Shari and Andy perform "Old Macdonald".
      The LP section boasts a "Silent" record, vintage old-movie days.

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    • July 24, 1958
      July 24, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      7/24/58
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      Andy's guest is TV personality Steve Allen, with regulars Dick Van Dyke and the Bob Hamilton Trio.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings You're the Top", "My Time of Day", "You're an Old Smoothie", "Down in the Valley", "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me" and his new hit "Your Hand, Your Heart, Your Love".
      The Bob Hamilton Trio perform "After Hours".

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    • July 28, 1959
      July 28, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      7/28/59
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      Andy's guests aresinger-actress Julie London, bandleader-singer Cab Calloway, comedian Jack Durant and singer-pianist Norma Douglas;
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "One for My Baby" and "I Get a Kick Out of You".
      Cab Calloway sings "It Ain't Necessarily So" and "Blues in the Night".
      Julie sings "Comin' Through the Rye".
      Andy and Julie duet with "I Like the Likes of You".

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    • September 15, 1959
      September 15, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      9/15/59
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      Andy's guests are singer Steve Lawrence, songstress Gloria Lambert, talk show host Johnny Carson and the dance team of Cole and Atkins;
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.
      Highlights:
      Andy sings "Let Yourself Go" & "When I Fall In Love".
      Steve Lawrence sings "I Concentrate On You" & "Without a Song".
      Andy & Steve do a medley of "Love" songs with "Hooray For Love", "What is This Thing Called Love" and "At Long Last Love".
      Johnny Carson does a take-off on "Things That Never Seem to Happen on TV".
      Gloria Lambert singers "Lose That Long Face".

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    • July 21, 1959
      July 21, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      7/21/59
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      Andy's guests are singer-actor Andy Griffith, singer-actress June Valli, ventriloquist Clifford Guest and the Bohemians;
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Andy Williams sings "Because of You" and then Andy Griffith does a comedy version of the same number.
      June Valli sings "I Love You, Porgy" and a blues medley.
      Andy Griffith sings "Once Knew a Fella" and "St. James Infirmary".
      And the choral group, The Bohemians who'll soon be leaving to sing for service men overseas perform "Down in the Valley".

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    • September 8, 1959
      September 8, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      9/8/59
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      Andy's guests are singer Dorothy Collins, comedienne Kaye Ballard, actor-comedian Jim Backus and singer Leslie Uggams.
      with regulars Dick Williams Singers, Peter Gennaro Dancers and Jack Kane Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Andy sings "This Is My Lucky Day".
      Jim Backus performs as the incredible Mr. Magoo
      Kaye Ballard sings the ditty "The Mirror".
      Andy sings "Mack the Knife".
      The dancers perform "Music For Frustrated Conductors".
      Andy and Leslie duet with "Inchworm".

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