The Dean Martin Show

Season 2 Episode 3

Duke Ellington / The Andrews Sisters / Frank Gorshin

Aired Unknown Sep 29, 1966 on NBC
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Duke Ellington / The Andrews Sisters / Frank Gorshin

Dean Martin: "My Heart Cries for You."

The Andrews Sisters: "What Now, My Love?"; "That's How Young I Feel"

Dean Martin & The Andrews Sisters: Medley: "Memories Are Made Of This" / "Manana" / "South America, Take It Away" / "Rum and Coca Cola."

Frank Gorshin (with dancers): "The Riddler."

Dean & Ken at The Piano.

Dean Martin: "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles."

Duke Ellington Trio: Medley: "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me" / "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" / "Mood Indigo" / "Caravan" / "Satin Doll."

Lainie Kazan: "Porgy, I Is Your Woman Now"; "I Loves You, Porgy."

Dean Martin & Lainie Kazan: Medley: "You've Got Possibilities" / "I Got Plenty Of Nothing" / "Teach Me Tonight" / "The Glory Of Love."

Full Cast: Around The Piano Finale: "It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" / "Hold Tight" / "A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba (Dig You Later)" / "The Music Goes Round And Round" / "Swingin' Down The Lane."

Also appearing:

Tom Conway

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Dean Martin

Dean Martin

Himself (host)

Ken Lane

Ken Lane

Regular Performer (1965-1974)

Les Brown

Les Brown

Regular Performer

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