The Dean Martin Show

Season 1 Episode 30

Bill Cosby / Liberace / Guy Marks / Dorothy Loudon

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Aired Unknown May 05, 1966 on NBC
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Bill Cosby / Liberace / Guy Marks / Dorothy Loudon
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Last New Show of the First Season


Music:
Dean Martin: "That Old Clock On The Wall."
Guy Marks: "Granada" (a comical version of the song, followed by a monologue about acting lessons and imitations of a piece of driftwood, a neon sign, and a fly).
Liberace: "Clair de Lune" (piano recital, to which the show's dancers perform a ballet in the background).
Dean & Liberace (in place of Ken Lane) at The Piano: Song Parodies.
Dean Martin: "The Last Time I Saw Paris."
Liberace: "The Poor People Of Paris" (instrumental).
Dean Martin & Liberace: "I Love Paris."
Dean Martin, Liberace & Guy Marks: "Lovely To Look At" (comical version, sung as an introduction to comedienne Dorothy Loudon).
Dorothy Loudon: Musical Comedy Segment in which she sings "Every Little Movement (Has A Meaning All Its Own)", "If You Talk In Your Sleep" and "I Just Can't Make My Eyes Behave" to a phalanx of tuxedoed gents that includes The Dean Martin Show's Musical Director, Lee Hale, and Choral Director, Jack Halloran).
Dean Martin & Liberace: Medley that applies special lyrics to the melodies of several w.k. standards — "Pretty Baby", "Hallelujah", "Makin' Whoopee" and "Ain't We Got Fun" — in reviewing the highlights of the first season of Dean's series.
Dean Martin: "Everybody Loves Somebody" (marking the first time in the series' run that he sang the full version of the song, in what would become a tradition on the final show of the season for the first six years of the series).


Other segments:
Animal act Tanya The Elephant.
Bill Cosby (of I Spy) delivers a monologue recalling how frightened he used to get when listening to old radio mystery programs.

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