The Dean Martin Show

Season 4 Episode 14

1968 Christmas Show

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Aired Unknown Dec 19, 1968 on NBC
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1968 Christmas Show
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1968 Christmas Show

Music:
Opening Production Number, sung by Jack Halloran's Choir & featuring Dean Martin, Dean's Girls & the show's dancers dressed as Santa Claus: "Look At That Face"; "Be A Santa"
Dean Martin: "Marshmallow World"
The Golddiggers: "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"
Dean Martin & The Golddiggers: Medley: "Daddy" / "True Love" / "We Wish You The Merriest"
Dean Martin: "I'll Be Home For Christmas"
Dennis Weaver: "The Marvelous Toy"
Entire Cast: Medley of Christmas Carols: "Deck The Halls" / "Joy To The World" / "Silent Night"
Dean Martin: "Christmas Is For Kids" (sung over footage of Christmas toys)
Entire Cast: "We Wish You A Merry Christmas"

Also appearing: Bob Newhart and Dom DeLuise, plus cameos by dozens of celebrities, including Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra Jr. and Johnny Carson, announcing the sending of gifts of toys to children in hospitals and throughvarious charities.

Note: This episode was repeated two seasons later, on Christmas Eve, 12/24/70, with several new cameos inserted at the end of the program.

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Tom Bosley

Tom Bosley

Regular Performer (1971-1972)

Rodney Dangerfield

Rodney Dangerfield

Regular Performer (1972-1973)

Teri Garr

Teri Garr

Herself

Marian Mercer

Marian Mercer

Regular Performer (1971-1972)

Kay Medford

Kay Medford

Regular Performer (1970-1973)

Dom DeLuise

Dom DeLuise

Regular Performer (1972-1973)

Dom DeLuise

Dom DeLuise

Himself

Recurring Role

The Golddiggers

The Golddiggers

Themselves

Recurring Role

Bob Newhart

Bob Newhart

Himself

Recurring Role

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