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Episode Guide

    • John Wayne / Peggy Lee / Shari Lewis / Jack Jones
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On."

      The Krofft Puppets: "Tweedlee Dee."

      Peggy Lee: "When A Woman Loves a Man"; "I'm Just Wild About Harry"; "Bill"; "Alright, Okay, You Win."

      Dean Martin & John Wayne: "Don't Fence Me In."

      Dean Martin & The Krofft Puppets: "I've Got Your Number."

      Shari Lewis: "The Name Game."

      Jack Jones: The Sound of Music Medley: "The Sound of Music" / "My Favorite Things" / "Climb Every Mountain."

      Dean Martin, Peggy Lee & Jack Jones: "I Can't Give You Anything But Love."

      Also appearing:
      Rudy Cardenas (juggler).
      Walker Dare Wahl (comedian).
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    • Shari Lewis / Tommy Sands / The McGuire Sisters / Gisele MacKenzie / Jack Carter / The Treniers

      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin – "I Could Write A Book."
      The McGuire Sisters – "Gonna Get A Boy."
      Dean Martin and The McGuire Sisters – "All I Do Is Dream Of You," "I'm Just Wild About Harry," "Little Girls," "Oh Johnny," "I Don't Want To Walk Without You," "Happiness Is Just A Thing Called Joe," "O Danny Boy" and "Guys And Dolls."
      Tommy Sands – "The Statue."
      Dean Martin and Tommy Sands – "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine."
      Dean Martin - "Always."
      The Treniers – "Together Wherever We Go," "On The Street Where You Live" and "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby."
      Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop – "You'll Never Get Away From Me."
      Dean Martin, Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop – "When The Saints Go Marching In."
      Gisele MacKenzie – "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" and "A Hundred Years From Today"
      Dean Martin and Gisele MacKenzie – "Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries."
      Dean Martin and Jack Carter – medley.
      Dean Martin – "The Party's Over."moreless
    • Louis Armstrong / Robert Goulet / Lainie Kazan
      10/21/65
      10
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "King of the Road"
      --Dean Martin and Louis Armstrong - medley: "My Kind of Girl," "Sweet Sue," "Diane," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Hello, Dolly"
      --Louis Armstrong and hia band - "A Lot of Livin' to Do" and "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It"
      --Robert Goulet - "Come Back to Me" and "Time After Time"
      --Lainie Kazan - "My Man's Gone Now" and "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair"
      --Kirby Stone Four (vocal group)
      Also appearing:
      --Brascia and Tybee (dance team)
      --Helene and Howard (comedic dancers)
      --The Trio Leema (comedic contortionists)moreless
    • James Stewart / Laurie Ichino / Dom DeLuise
      4/8/71
      10

      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Back in Your Own Backyard."
      Dean Martin - "For the Good Times."
      Laura Ichino dances to "Dancing" (first dandes solo and then joined by Dean).
      The Dingalings - "Tennessee Stud."
      The Golddiggers - "You'll Remember Me."
      "Everybody's Got A Little Song" with Dean Martin, Jimmy Stewart, Dom DeLuise and The Golddiggers.
      Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – "Welcome To My World" medley: "Sentimental Journey," "Home" and "America the Beautiful."
      Dean Martin – "Everybody Loves Somebody" (full-length version, which he sang for the finale on the last episode of the season, for the first six years of the series)moreless
    • Ella Fitzgerald / Johnny Mathis / Shelley Berman / The Young Americans

      Guests:
      Dean Martin: "My Kind of Girl"
      The Young Americans: "Pass Me By"
      Dean Martin & The Young Americans: "Under The Lollipop Tree"
      Johnny Mathis: "I'm In Love For The Very First Time"; "Lost In The Stars"
      Dean Martin & Johnny Mathis: "Take Me Out To The Ball Game"
      Dean Martin: "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry"
      Dean Martin & Shelley Berman: "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey"
      Ella Fitzgerald: "That Old Black Magic"
      Dean Martin & Ella Fitzgerald: Gershwin Medley: "S' Wonderful" / "Let's Call The Whole Thing Off" / "How Long Has This Been Going On?" / "They Can't Take That Away from Me" / "Nice Work If You Can Get" / "They All Laughed"

      Also appearing:
      Gene Sheldon (comic-magician)

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    • Ethel Merman / Joey Heatherton / Leslie Uggams / Jack Carter
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Clinging Vine" (with Ken Lane) and "Where Or When"
      --Ethel Merman - "All Alone" and "All by Myself"
      --Dean Martin and Ethel Merman - Broadway medley (see "Recap" for song titles)
      --Leslie Uggams - "Keep Your Head on the Plow," "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" and "Sermonette"
      --Joey Heatherton (singer-dancer) - "Looking for a Boy"
      --The New Christy Minstrels - "Wimoweh"
      Also appearing:
      --Jack Carter (comedian)
      --Leonard Barr (comic dancer, Dean Martin's uncle)
      --The Carlssons (balancing act)moreless
    • Dave Clark Five / Eddie Fisher / Phyllis Diller / Abbe Lane / John Bubbles
      Music:
      The Dave Clark Five - "Catch Us If You Can" and "Having a Wild Weekend.
      Eddie Fisher - "When I Was Young" and "Lady of Spain.
      Abbe Lane - "Pass Me By," "Let's Fall in Love" and "I Know A Place.
      Dean Martin - "Here Comes My Baby."
      Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "C'est Magnifique."
      Dean Martin, Eddie Fisher and John Bubbles - "We Three."
      John Bubbles (singer-dancer) - "Lady Be Good" and "When My Baby Smiles at Me."
      The Kroft Puppets - "I Enjoy Being a Girl."
      Also appearing:
      Phyllis Dillermoreless
    • Allan Sherman / Gordon & Sheila MacRae / Vic Damone / Shani Wallis
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Born to Lose."
      Vic Damone - "Someday" and "You Don't Know Me."
      Ferrante and Teicher (piano duo) - "Brazilian Sleigh Bells."
      Gordon and Sheila MacRae - "Where Would You Be Without Me?"
      Gordon MacRae - "Who Can I Turn To?"
      Allan Sherman (comedian) - sings parodies of "Secret Love," "Old Black Magic" and "Heart."
      Shani Wallis sings "I'm a Girl" and "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?"
      The Curtis Brothers (singing & dancing act) - "It's Not Unusual."
      Also appearing:
      The Hardy Family (balancing act)moreless
    • Milton Berle / Charo & Xavier Cugat / Phil Ford & Mimi Hines
      Music:
      --Dean Martin (with chorus) - "Things"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Nevertheless"
      --Dean Martin, Milton Berle and Lisa Kirk - "Enjoy Yourself," "Happy Talk" and "Sunny Side Up"
      --Milton Berle - "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"
      --Charo (with Xavier Cugat and his orchestra) - "Oh Lonesome Me"
      --Xavier Cugat (with orchestra) - "El Cumbanchero"
      --Ronnie Demarco (dancer) - "Ronnie's Stomp"
      --Lisa Kirk - "Consider Yourself" and "Have I Stayed Too Long at the Fair?"
      --The Windsor Boys Choral Group - "Chim Chim Cheree"
      Also appearing:
      --Phil Ford and Mimi Hines (comedy team)moreless
    • Louis Prima, Gia Maione & Sam Butera / Stanley Holloway / Joanie Sommers
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Everybody but Me"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Blue Moon"
      --Dean Martin, Stanley Holloway and Louis Prima - medley: "The Girl That I Marry," "Aba-Daba Honeymoon" & "Love and Marriage"
      --Janis Paige - "Downtown"
      --Joanie Sommers - "Something's Coming"
      --Stanley Holloway - "Thank You So Much, Missus Lowsborough-Goodbye"
      --Louis Prima, Gia Maione, Sam Butera and the Witnesses - "Las Vegas Woman"
      --Homer and Jethro - "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" --Dean Martin with Homer and Jethro - "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"moreless
    • Eddie Fisher / Don Adams / Kate Smith / Rich Little / Van Alexander
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Here Comes My Baby."
      Dean Martin and Ken Lane (pianist) - "You Made Me Love You."
      Eddie Fisher - medley of Al Jolson songs: "Baby Face," "Liza" and "Rockabye Your Baby."
      Dean Martin & Eddie Fisher - "Back In Your Own Backyard" & "My Baby Just Cares For Me."
      Dean Martin and Don Adams – "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover."
      Kate Smith - "More" & "If Ever I Would Leave You."
      Dean Martin and Kate Smith - medley: "Shine On, Harvest Moon," "Moonlight and Roses" & "Alexander's Ragtime Band."
      Comedy:
      --Don Adams (comedian, Agent 86 from "Get Smart") - talks about the spy business.
      --Rich Little does impressions of celebrities.
      Also appearing:
      The Piero Brothers (jugglers).
      Van Alexander (orchestra conductor)moreless
    • Louis Armstrong / Andrews Sisters / Carol Lawrence / Line Renaud

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Singing the Blues"
      The Andrews Sisters: Medley: "A Lot Of Livin' To Do" / "My Favorite Things"
      Dean Martin & The Andrews Sisters: Medley: "Don't Fence Me In" / "Apple Blossom Time"
      Carol Lawrence: "Funny Face"
      Dean Martin & Carol Lawrence: "Baby Face"
      Line Renaud: "Lui et Moi" ("Side by Side")
      Louis Armstrong: "Someday"; "So Long, Dearie"
      Dean Martin & Louis Armstrong: Medley: "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody" / "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" / "Mississippi Mud" / "Down By The Riverside" / "Swanee" / "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey" / "Gotta Travel On" / "Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight" / "When The Saints Go Marching In"

      Also appearing:
      --Gene Baylos (comedian)
      --Rich Little

      NBC repeated this show on May 12, 1966.

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    • Jonathan Winters / Arthur Godfrey / Vic Grecco & Fred Willard / Sandler & Young

      Music:
      Dean Martin: “Houston”
      Arthur Godfrey, Singers & Dancers: “If I Were A Rich Man”
      Dean Martin & Arthur Godfrey: 1920s Medley: “Doodle-Doo-Doo” / “Has Anybody Seen My Gal?” / “Ain’t She Sweet?” / “Sweet Georgia Brown” / “Singing in the Rain”
      Dean Martin: “Red Sails In The Sunset”
      Tony Sandler & Ralph Young: “C’est Si Bon” / “Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma” / “Gonna Build a Mountain”
      Dean’s Girls (Melissa Stafford, Julie Rinker, Diana Lee): Musical Bridges for Comedy bits in Finale built around the theme of “Yankee Ingenuity”

      Also appearing:
      --Jonathan Winters
      --Vic Grecco & Fred Willard (comedy team)

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    • Christmas with the Martins and Sinatras
      12/21/67
      10

      "Christmas with the Martins and The Sinatras"
      Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra's families gather together for a Christmas show.

      Musical Numbers
      Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra: "A Marshmallow World"
      Gail Martin, Nancy Sinatra and dancers, backed by Jack Halloran's Choir: "It's A Most Unusual Day"
      Gail Martin: "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"
      Nancy Sinatra: "These Boots Are Made For Walking" (w. special Christmas lyrics)
      Gail Martin & Nancy Sinatra: "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" (reprise)
      Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Gail Martin and Nancy Sinatra: Medley: "We Wish You The Merriest" / "More I Cannot Wish You"
      Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Dean-Paul Martin, Frank Sinatra, Jr.: "How Do You Talk To Your Dad?"
      Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Deana Martin and Tina Sinatra: "Do, Re, Mi"
      Dean Martin: "I'll Be Home For Christmas"
      Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra: Medley: "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" / "Too Marvelous For Words" / "Pennies from Heaven" / "A Foggy Day" / "Embraceable You" / "The Lady Is A Tramp" / "Where or When" / "I've Got the World on A String" / "Oh Marie" / "All Of Me" / "When You're Smiling"
      Finale: Medley:
      Entire Cast: "There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays"
      Nancy Sinatra, Dean-Paul Martin, Frank Sinatra, Jr. & Gail Martin:"Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow"
      Nancy Sinatra, Tina Sinatra, Deana Martin, Claudia Martin, Gina Martin:"The Christmas Song"
      Dean Martin & Gail Martin: "White Christmas"
      Frank Sinatra: "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"
      Entire Cast: "Deck The Halls" / "O Little Town Of Bethlehem" / "Joy To The World"
      Dean Martin & Entire Cast: "Silent Night"

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    • Sid Caesar / Abbe Lane / George Gobel / The Lettermen

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "The Birds And The Bees"
      The Lettermen: West Side Story Medley: "Something's Coming" / "Maria" / "Cool" / "Tonight"
      Abbe Lane (with dancers): "Whatever Lola Wants"
      Dean Martin, Abbe Lane & Sid Caesar: "Real Live Girl"
      Marguerite Piazza: "Come Back To Sorrento"
      Dean Martin & Marguerite Piazza: "Santa Lucia"
      Dean & Ken at The Piano
      Dean Martin: "Hands Across The Table"
      Dean Martin, Sid Caesar & George Gobel: "Dames" Medley: ""There Is Nothing Like A Dame" / "Smiles" / "Standing On The Corner" / "Girls" / "I Can Always Find A Little Sunshine In The Y.M.C.A."

      Other segments:
      Sid Caesar (comedian) appears as Dr. Progress B. Wayout, who talks about the latest trends in jazz.
      George Gobel (comedian) does a monologue about his early career as a singer on a Country & Western radio station.
      The Lettermen (vocal group)
      David & Goliath (acrobatic duo)

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    • Mickey Rooney / Kate Smith / Tammy Grimes / Corbett Monica
      Guests:
      --Mickey Rooney
      --Tammy Grimes
      --Kate Smith
      --Corbett Monica
      --Elaine Dunn
      --The Amin Brothers (acrobats)
    • Sid Caesar / Peggy Lee / Arthur Godfrey / Joey Heatherton / Guy Marks

      Guests:
      --Sid Caesar
      --Peggy Lee
      --Arthur Godfrey
      --Joey Heatherton
      --Guy Marks
      --Leonard Barr (Dean's Uncle)
      --Claudia Martin (Dean's daughter)

      Music:
      Dean Martin – "In The Cool Cool Cool Of The Evening"
      Peggy Lee – "Walking Happy" and "Little Girl Blue"
      Dean Martin & Peggy Lee – Medley: "Just You, Just Me," "Exactly Like You," "For You," "The Very Thought Of You," "You're Driving Me Crazy" and "Then I'll Be Happy."
      Dean's Uncle, Leonard Barr, performs some of his patented eccentric dancing to a lively instrumental rendition of "Crazy Rhythm."
      Dean Martin – "Please"
      Joey Heatherton – "I'm Nobody's Baby"
      Dean Martin & Joey Heatherton – "Baby Face" and "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby"
      Arthur Godfrey – "A Little On The Lonely Side" & "Pearly Shells"
      Dean Martin & Arthur Godfrey – "Keep Your Eyes On The Hands"
      Old Time Radio Medley Finale:
      Guy Marks – "Loving You Has Made Me Bananas"
      Peggy Lee & Arthur Godfrey – "Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
      Joey Heatherton & Sid Caesar – "The Woody Woodpecker Song"
      Dean Martin, Peggy Lee & Joey Heatherton – "Three Little Fishies"
      Dean Martin, Arthur Godfrey & Sid Caeser – "Boo Hoo"
      Entire Cast – "The Music Goes Round and Round"

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    • Pearl Bailey / George Gobel / Dino, Desi & Billy / Gretchen Wyler
      Music:
      --Dino, Desi and Billy (Dean Martin Jr., Desi Arnaz Jr. and Billy Hinsche) - "I'm A Fool" and "Not the Lovin' Kind"
      --Pearl Bailey - "What Is a Man?" and "You Can't Make It Anywhere"
      --Serendipity Singers - "Sobbin' Women"
      --Dean Martin - "Take These Chains"
      --Dean Martin, Pearl Bailey & George Gobel - "In a Little Spanish Town" and "It Happened in Monterey"
      --Gretchen Wyler - "Bidin' My Time"
      --The Dukes of Dixieland - "Muskrat Ramble" and "Exactly Like You"moreless
    • Lucille Ball / Bill Cosby / Rowan & Martin / Kate Smith
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Where or When"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Melancholy Baby"
      --Bill Cosby and Dean Martin - "You Gotta Be a Football Hero"
      --Lucille Ball, Kate Smith and Dean Martin - Vaudeville medley: "Give My Regards to Broadway," "Wait till the Sun Shines Nellie" and "Yankee Doodle Boy" (and possibly "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree" and "I Don't Care")
      --Kate Smith - "Climb Every Mountain" and "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"
      --Big Tiny Little (pianist, with his band) - "Caledonia"
      Also appearing:
      --Rowan & Martinmoreless
    • Engelbert Humperdinck / Patricia Crowley / Charles Nelson Reilly

      Guests:
      Engelbert Humperdinck, Patricia Crowley, Dom DeLuise and Charles Nelson Reilly.

      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin: "Walkin' My Baby Back Home
      Patricia Crowley: "Rockin' Ghost"
      Dean Martin & Patricia Crowley: Positive Song Medley: "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive" / "You Mustn't Feel Discouraged" /
      Dean Martin & The Golddiggers: "Hallelujah"
      Engelbert Humperdinck: "My Wife, The Dancer" (featuring Golddigger Wanda Bailey as the dancer)
      Dean Martin & Engelbert Humperdinck: "Crosby, Sinatra & Me"
      Dean & Leo DeLyon: "Blue Skies" (comical rendition)
      Dean Martin: "I Cried For You"
      Dean Martin, Engelbert Humperdinck & Dom DeLuise: "Three Coins In The Fountain" (comic version, w. dancing by Golddigger Wanda Bailey)
      Dean Martin, Engelbert Humperdinck, Patricia Crowley, Dom DeLuise, The Golddiggers: "Everybody's Got A Song" (singing impressions and parodies)
      Dean Martin & the Golddiggers: "Welcome To My World" Medley: "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" / "It's Been A Blue, Blue Day" / "Look for the Silver Lining"

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    • Tony Bennett / Nanette Fabray / Barbara McNair / Guy Marks
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Blue, Blue Day"
      --Dean Martin and Tony Bennett - medley: "San Francisco," "Houston," "I Love Paris," Foggy Day in London Town" and "My Kind of Town"
      --Tony Bennett - "Who Can I Turn To?" and "Moment of Truth"
      --Dean Martin and Barbara McNair - "The Best Things in Life Are Free"
      --Barbara McNair - "Daddy" and "Don't Rain on My Parade"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "If You Were the Only Girl"
      --Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "The Darktown Strutters' Ball"
      --Nanette Fabray - "It's a Most Unusual Day"
      Also appearing:
      --Guy Marks (comedian)
      --Yonely (musical-comedian) - plays a piano by using a baseball bat.moreless
    • Mahalia Jackson / Kay Starr / Soupy Sales / John Byner / Vic Dana
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "S'posin'"
      --Vic Dana - "Ramona," "Down by the Riverside"
      --Mahalia Jackson - "Just a Closer Walk with Thee"
      --Kay Starr - "Rock and Roll Waltz," "My Favorite Things" and "Bluesette"
      --Key Star and Dean Martin - medley: "Silver Dollar," "Money Burns a Hole in My Pocket" and "Wheel of Fortune"
      --Soupy Sales - "The Rain in Spain"
      --The Swingle Singers - Bach's "Salfeggletto" and "La Marche de Limoges"
      Also appearing:
      --Yonely (musical comedian)
      --Davis and Reese (comedy team)
      --John Byner (comedian)moreless
    • Peggy Lee / Frankie Avalon / Rose Marie / Allan Sherman / Guy Marks
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Bye Bye, Blackbird."
      Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now."
      Peggy Lee - "It's a Wonderful World" and "When the World Was Young."
      Frankie Avalon - "Standing on the Corner," "Making Whoopee" and "There Is Nothing Like a Dame."
      Rose Marie - "Little Girl Blue."
      Rose Marie and Dean Martin - "Smile."
      Allan Sherman - "It's a Most Unusual Play."
      The Kelly Sisters - "The Grass Is Greener."
      Dean Martin and Peggy Lee – Medley: "I Love Being Here With You," "Mañana" and "It's A Good Day."
      Dean Martin, Allan Sherman and Guy Marks – "Good Advice."moreless
    • Ella Fitzgerald / George Gobel / Barrie Chase / Gordon & Sheila MacRae
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Bumming Around" & "Thank Heaven for Little Girls"
      --Dean Martin & George Gobel - "Take These Chains"
      --Dean Martin & Ken Lane - "I'm Confessin'"
      --Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald & Gordon MacRae - medley: "You Are My Sunshine," "Red River Valley" and "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie"
      --Ella Fitzgerald - "Can't Buy Me Love"
      --Barrie Chase - "Who Can I Turn To"
      --Gordon and Sheila MacRae - medley: "Desert Song," "Fly Me to the Moon" and "Dark Town Strutters Ball"moreless
    • Julie London / Phyllis Diller / Eddie Albert / Mahalia Jackson
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I Will"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "True Love"
      --Julie London - "Girl Talk" and "Never on Sunday"
      --Julie London and Dean Martin - "Two Sleepy People"
      --Mahalia Jackson - "The House I Love In"
      --Eddie Albert - "Ya Got Trouble"
      --Guy Marks, Eddie Albert and Dean Martin - "Style"
      --Phyllis Diller and Dean Martin - "I Hate Men" and "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby"
      --The Swingle Singers - Bach's Prelude No. 9moreless
    • Polly Bergen / Rowan & Martin / Stanley Holloway / Bill Dana
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Slow Boat to China"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Pennies from Heaven"
      --Polly Bergen - medley: "Who Can I Turn To?" "Remember?" "I Can't Give You Anything but Love" and "Paper Moon"
      --Buddy Greco - "Falling in Love with Love" and "Girl from Ipanema"
      --Stanley Holloway - "Mrs. Worthington" and "Comedy Tonight"
      Also appearing:
      --Bill Dana (comedian, in character as Jose Jimenez, "the world's greatest movie director")
      --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (comedy team)moreless
    • Jane Powell / Johathan Winters / Louis Jordan / John Gary
      Music:
      --Jane Powell - "Do I Hear a Waltz?"
      --Dean Martin, Jane Powell and Jonathan Winters - medley of songs from classic movie musicals.
      --Dean Martin - "They'll Never Believe Me"
      --Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "Give Me a Little Kiss"
      --John Gary - "How Deep Is the Ocean?" and "Possum Song"
      --Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five - "Caledonia" and "Honey Bee"
      --The Krofft Puppets - "What's New Pussycat?"moreless
    • Barbara Feldon / Irene Ryan / Van Johnson / Paul Lynde / Jackie Gayle
      Music:
      Dean Martin – "Make It Rain" (opening number).
      Dean Martin - "I'm Confessin'."
      Barbara Feldon - "Murder, He Says"
      Barbara Feldon and Van Johnson - "Partners."
      Irene Ryan - "He Had Refinement."
      Irene Ryan and Dean Martin - "You're Just in Love."
      Van Johnson - "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home."
      Van Johnson and Dean Martin - "Standing on the Corner."
      Paul Lynde - "Think Pink."
      Also appearing:
      Jackie Gayle (comedian)moreless
    • Barbara Feldon / David Frost / Jim Brown / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Guests:
      David Frost, Barbara Feldon, Jim Brown and Charles Nelson Reilly.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Love" and “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife”
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "Somewhere There’s a Someone,” “Once in a While" and “People”
      --The Golddiggers - "Gimme Dat Ding”
    • Zero Mostel / Ruth Buzzi / Paul Lynde
      2/4/71
      10
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I'm Sitting on Top of the World" and "The Tip of My Fingers"
      --Zero Mostel - "Sunrise, Sunset"
      --Ruth Buzzi - "Dancing on the Ceiling"
      --Ruth Buzzi and Kay Medford - "A Little Brains, a Little Talent"
    • Art Carney / Ruth Buzzi / Lynn Kellogg
      10/14/71
      10

      Music:
      Dean Martin & Ruth Buzzi: "Rose Garden" / "On a Slow Boat to China"
      Lynn Kellogg: "A Woman's World"
      The Dingaling Sisters: "Want Ads"
      Dean Martin and The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "Cuddle Up a Little Closer" / "Close to You"
      Dean Martin and Lynn Kellogg: "Loch Lomond" and "Goodnight, Irene"
      Dean Martin: "Young At Heart"

      Also appearing:
      --Art Carney
      --Lonnie Schorr
      --Clair and McMahon

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    • Sid Caeser / Adam West / Trini Lopez / Patrice Munsel
      Guests:
      Sid Caeser, Adam West, Patrice Munsel, Trini Lopez
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin – "Back In Your Own Backyard."
      Adam West – "Call Me."
      Dean Martin and Adam West – "Nobody."
      Dean Martin – "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me."
      Patrice Munsel – "By Strauss."
      Dean Martin and Patrice Munsel – foreign locales medley
      Trini Lopez – "Happy," "Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now" and "You Are My Sunshine."
      Dean Martin and Trini Lopez – "Down By The Riverside."
      Dean Martin And Sid Caeser – song-and-dance medley.moreless
    • Frank Sinatra / Diahann Carroll / Jan & Dean / Joey Heatherton
      Premiere Episode of The Dean Martin Show.
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Houston."
      Frank Sinatra sings "Is It Love" and "September Song."
      Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra – "(Oldest Established) Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York."
      Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Diahann Carroll – "Witchcraft."
      Diahann Carroll – "I'll Never Go There Again," "Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Told Me" and "Anyplace I Hang My Hat Is Home."
      Jan & Dean - "Little Old Lady From Pasadena."
      Joey Heatherton – "I've Got Your Number."
      The Sid and Marty Krofft Puppets – "Everything's Coming Up Roses"
      Also appearing:
      Bob Newhart
      Danny Thomas
      Steve Allen
      Frankie Avalonmoreless
    • Carroll O'Connor (Celebrity Roast)
      Carroll O'Connor (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 11
      12/7/73
      9.5
      A full hour of roasting as Carroll O'Connor gets the needle from his fellow roasters:
      Barry Goldwater
      John V. Lindsay
      Robert Wood
      Redd Foxx
      Gene Kelly
      Mike Connors
      'Mama' Cass Elliot
      Marty Allen
    • Herman's Hermits / Eddie Fisher / Abbe Lane / Corbett Monica / Gene Barry

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Baby Face"
      Abbe Lane: "I Love Paris" & "Milord"
      Dean Martin & Abbe Lane : "C'est Magnifique"; "C'est Si Bon"
      Gene Barry: "Sherry" (includes a pas de deux w. Wisa D'Orso)
      Dean Martin: "Paper Doll" (sung to a toy doll)
      Herman's Hermits: "Dandy"; "There's A Kind Of Hush"
      Dean Martin & Herman's Hermits: "Mairzy Doats"
      Dean Martin: "Look For The Silver Lining"
      Dean Martin, Abbe Lane, Eddie Fisher, Gene Barry: Baseball Medley: "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" / "Bless Them All"

      Also appearing:
      Corbett Monica (comedian)

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    • Joey Bishop
      Joey Bishop
      Season 7 - Episode 27
      4/6/72
      7.3
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Turn the World Around”
      --Dean Martin and Joey Bishop - "Birth of the Blues" and “Bye, Bye, Blues”
      --The Ding-a-Lings - "Fire and Rain,” “Smiling Phases” and “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy”
      Comedy:
      --Dean Martin and Marian Mercer poke fun at the women's liberation movement.
      --Joey Bishop gives Dean Martin lessons on how to do celebrity impersonations.
      --Joey Bishop tries his hand at hypnotism.
      --British comedian Billy Baxter talks about July 4th, America's Independence Daymoreless
    • Bob Hope / Joel Grey / Juliet Prowse / Pete Fountain / The Lively Set

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "C'est Si Bon."

      Juliet Prowse: "Blue Prelude."

      The Lively Set: "Try to Remember."
      Dean Martin & The Lively Set: "Get Happy."

      Joel Grey: "Shine On Your Shoes"/"Whipped Cream."

      Dean Martin & Juliet Prowse: Dance Medley: "Gotta Dance" / "I Won't Dance" / "Let's Face The Music And Dance" / "Ballin' The Jack" / "Begin The Beguine" / "Ten Cents A Dance" / "The Varsity Drag" / "Dancing With Tears In My Eyes" / "The Old Soft Shoe" / "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?"

      Dean Martin: "Home."

      José Greco: Flamenco Dance Number.
      Donna Butterworth (8-year-old singer): "Hello Dolly."
      Dean Martin: "Real Live Girl" (sung to Donna Butterworth while dancing with her).
      Donna Butterworth: "It's So Nice To Have A Man Around The House" (sung to Dean)."
      Dean Martin & Donna Butterworth: "Together"

      Pete Fountain: "Basin Street Blues."

      Dean Martin, Juliet Prowse & Bob Hope: "Brush Up Your Shakespeare."

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    • Jack Benny (Celebrity Roast)
      Jack Benny (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 19
      2/22/74
      6.8
      A full hour of roasting with Jack Benny in the spotlight.
      Additional guests:
      James Stewart
      Pearl Bailey
      Wayne Newton
      Gary Burghoff
      Demond Wilson
      Zubin Mehta
    • Hank Aaron (Celebrity Roast)
      Hank Aaron (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 24
      3/29/74
      5.0
      Hank Aaron Celebrity Roast
      Also on this episode:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “It Had to Be You" and “That Old-Time Feeling”
      --Lou Rawls - “Cold, Cold Heart”
      Additional guests: Eddie Matthews, Dizzy Dean, Jackie Kahane, Lynn Anderson, Jeannine Burnier
    • Tommy Tune / Gordon MacRae / Dom DeLuise / Stanley Myron Handelman / Gail Martin
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Gentle on My Mind" and "Release Me"
      --Gordon MacRae - "Soliloguy"
      --Tommy Tune and Gail Martin - "The Boy Friend"
      --Gail Martin - "Papa, Don't Preach to Me"
      --Dean Martin and Gail Martin - "Paris"
      Also appearing:
      --Stanley Myron Handelman
      --Dom DeLuise
    • Duke Ellington / The Andrews Sisters / Frank Gorshin
      Music:

      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
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    • Peter Sellers / Phyllis McGuire
      Peter Sellers / Phyllis McGuire
      Season 8 - Episode 27
      4/5/73
      0.0
      Music:

      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: "I Can't Give You Anything But Love."

      Dean Martin & Phyllis McGuire: "This Could Be The Start Of Something Big."

      The Dingaling Sisters: Club Dingaling Intro.

      Dean Martin: "Just Say I Love You."

      Dean Martin & Cast: "At The Movies" Finale pays tribute to the 1944 MGM musical Meet Me in St. Louis starring Judy Garland.

      Comedy:

      Peter Sellers plays a nutritionist who has some strange ideas about good nutrition.

      Sellers also appears as a detective who's searching for a Cat Burglar that actually steals cats.
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    • Liberace / Jane Powell / Tennessee Ernie Ford / Barbara McNair
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Clinging Vine"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "The Nearness of You"
      --Jane Powell - "Walkin' Happy" and "Young and Foolish"
      --Liberace - "42nd Street," "You Are My Lucky Star," "Flirtation Waltz" and "Lullaby of Broadway"
      --Liberace and Dean Martin - "Empty Saddles"
      --Barbara McNair - "Nothing Can Stop Me Now"
      --Barbara McNair and Dean Martin - "On the Sunny Side of the Street"
      --Tennessee Ernie Ford - "Sixteen Tons," "John Henry" and "Red Roses for a Blue Lady"
      --Dean Martin and guests - medley of "Hillbilly" songs
      Also appearing:
      --Hal LeRoy (dancer)moreless
    • Jimmy Stewart / Orson Welles / Juliet Prowse
      9/14/67
      0.0
      Third Season Premiere.

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "The Birds and The Bees."

      Juliet Prowse: "The Very Soft Shoes."

      Dean Martin & Orson Welles: "Brush Up Your Shakespeare."

      Dean Martin & Juliet Prowse: "Cheek To Cheek."

      Dean Martin: "Welcome To My World."

      Dean Martin: "Real Live Girl" (sung in voiceover, while Dean romps with children of Dean Martin Show staffers)

      Dean Martin & Jimmy Stewart: "Ragtime Cowboy Joe."

      Dean Martin, Jimmy Stewart & Orson Welles: "Personality."
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    • Diahann Carroll / The Step Brothers / Sid Caesar / Phyllis Diller
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "A Million And One."

      Diahann Carroll: "Falling in Love with Love"; "Am I Blue?"; "What Did I Have?"

      Dean Martin & Diahann Carroll: "A Hundred Years from Today."

      Dean Martin: "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?"

      Dean Martin, Sid Caesar & Phyllis Diller, plus Jack Halloran's Choir: "Applause, Applause" Finale: "Strangers In The Night" / "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody."

      Also appearing:

      The Step Brothers (dancers)
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    • Eddie Albert / Jonathan Winters / Lynn Kellogg
      11/4/71
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin & Eddie Albert: "Take Me Home Country Roads" / "Georgia Sunshine"
      The Dingaling Sisters: "Mack The Knife"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "Nearness Of You" / "I Am Woman, You Are Man"
      Dean Martin: "The River Seine"
      Dean Martin & Lynn Kellogg: "Day In, Day Out" and "Come Rain or Come Shine"
      Dean Martin & Entire Cast: Records 'Round and 'Round Finale

      Also appearing:
      --Lonnie Schorr (comedian)
      Comedy:
      --Eddie Albert plays a tango dance instructor and the female singer in a vocal trio.
      --Jonathan Winters plays an obnoxious airplane passenger and does a character study of a space alien.

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    • Joe Namath (Celebrity Roast)
      Joe Namath (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 25
      4/5/74
      0.0
      A full hour of roasting with New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath in the spotlight.
      Also appearing:
      Don Meredith
      Weeb Eubank
      Paul 'Bear' Bryant
      Dick Butkus
      Jim Plunkett
      David Janssen
      Angie Dickinson
      Charlie Callas
      Slappy White
    • Art Carney / Howard Cosell / Lonnie Shorr
      12/30/71
      0.0
      Music:
      --Art Carney and Dean Martin - "Get Me to the Church on Time" and "Love and Marriage"
      --Dean Martin - "Make the World Go Away"
      Comedy:
      --Howard Cosell, Art Carney and Dean Martin appear in two sketches:
      (1) The three play senior citizens trying to stay awake so they can ring in the New Year.
      (2) As construction workers disparging comments about three celebrities (themselves).
      Also appearing:
      --Lonnie Shorr (comedian)moreless
    • Jonathan Winters / Frank Sinatra Jr. / Norm Crosby
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. – "I've Gotta Be Me" and "I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am."
      The Dingalings – "Consider Yourself."
      Dean Martin and the Dingalings - "If I Had You" and "What A Man."
      Dean Martin - "What's Yesterday?"
      Frank Sinatra Jr. - "The Trolley Song."
      Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr., with The Dingalings - Medley of Frank Sinatra Sr.'s songs: "I'll Never Smile Again," "Witchcraft," "My Kind of Town," "All the Way," "It Was A Very Good Year," "Night and Day," "Strangers in the Night," "High Hopes" and "Love and Marriage."
      Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.

      Also appearing:
      Jonathan Winters appears in comedy sketches.
      Norm Crosby - does a comedy monologue on the Women's Lib.moreless
    • Dennis Weaver / Leslie Uggams / Dick Martin
      9/30/71
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "C'est Magnifique"
      --Leslie Uggams and Dean Martin - "Joy to the World" and "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You"
      --Leslie Uggams - "What the World Needs Now"
      Comedy:
      --Dean Martin as an embarassed priest who didn't know he was dining at a strip club.
      --Dick Martin in drag as a hostess at a dance hall.
      --A "King Kong" parody.moreless
    • Art Carney / Petula Clark / Liberace / Johnny Carson / Richard Castellano
      7th Season Premiere
      Guests:
      Art Carney, Petula Clark, Liberace, Johnny Carson (cameo) and Richard Castellano.
      Musical numbers:
      Petula Clark and Dean Martin - "For Once In My Life," "We've Only Just Begun."
      The Dingalings – "Get It On."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "I Get No Kick From Champage" and "You're An Old Smoothie."
      Liberace, Art Carney, Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Hot Pants."
      Dean Martin and Petula Clark – Dreams medley: "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "All I Do Is Dream Of You," "Dream" and "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams."
      Dean Martin - "Non Dimenticar."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Dancing Medley: "Steppin' Out With My Baby," "Hernando's Hideaway," "Sway," "Cheek To Cheek," "Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry" and "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?"
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    • Lena Horne / Andrews Sisters / Don Rickles
      11/30/67
      0.0
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" and "If You Knew Susie."
      Lena Horne - "I'll Plant My Own Tree" and "Some Day My Prince Will Come."
      Dean Martin and The Andrews Sisters – medley: "Lay That Pistol Down," "Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and "Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar"
      Dean Martin and Lena Horne – medley: "It Seems To Me I've Heard That Song Before," "Honeysuckle Rose," "Paper Moon," "As Long As I Live," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "On A Slow Boar To China" and "On The Sunny Side Of The Street."
      Dean Martin, Lena Horne and The Andrews Sisters – "When the Idle Poor Become The Idle Rich"
      Also appearing:
      --Don Rickles (comedian) - recreates his nightclub act in which he pokes fun at celebrities in the audience. The audience includes Don Adams, Polly Bergen, Pat Boone, Barbara Eden, Joey Heatherton, Bob Hope, Rose Marie, Ross Martin, Ricardo Montalban and Danny Thomas.moreless
    • Flip Wilson / Petula Clark / Don Rickles / Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
      Guests:
      --Flip Wilson
      --Don Rickles
      --Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
      --Petula Clark
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin – "Nobody But You."
      Chorus – "Wait For The Wagon."
      Roy Rogers – "Born Free."
      Dale Evans - "The Best Things In Life Are Free."
      Roy Rogers & Dale Evans – "I Taught Her (Him) Everything He (She) Knows."
      Dean's Girls – "Button Up Your Overcoat."
      Petula Clark - "Call Me" and "Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)?"
      Dean Martin and Petula Clark – 'Love' medley: "I'm In Love Again," "Until The Real Thing Comes Along," "If This Isn't Love," "True Love" and "Love, Love, Love."moreless
    • Don Rickles (Celebrity Roast)
      Don Rickles (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 17
      2/8/74
      0.0
      The tables are turned when the King of Putdowns, Don Rickles gets paid back with 90 minutes of roasting.
      Guests include:
      Charlie Callas
      Carol Channing
      Kirk Douglas
      Lorne Greene
      Jack Klugman
      Cliff Robertson
      Telly Savalas
    • Bill Cosby / Liberace / Guy Marks / Dorothy Loudon

      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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    • Joey Heatherton / Victor Borge / Susan Cowsill / Bobbi Martin
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," "Home" and "Back in Your Own Back Yard"
      --Joey Heatherton - "How Come You Do Me like You Do?" and "How Long Had This Been Going On?"
      --Bobbi Martin - "For the Love of Him"
      Also appearing:
      --Susan Cowsill (of the Cowsills)
      --Victor Borge
      --Don Rice IIImoreless
    • Dan Rowan & Dick Martin (Celebrity Roast)
      3/22/74
      0.0
      The hosts of "Laugh-In," Dan Rowan & Dick Martin, are roasted.
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”
      --Dorsey Burnette - “I Let Another Good One Get Away”
      --Dean Martin, Steve Lawrence and Buck Owens - “We’ve Got a Lot in Common”
      --The Golddiggers - “Let Me Be There”moreless
    • Caterina Valente / Bob Newhart / Dom DeLuise / Guy Marks

      Guests:
      Caterina Valente, Bob Newhart, Dom DeLuise and Guy Marks

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Where Or When"
      Caterina Valente: "What A Night This Is Going To Be"
      Caterina Valente (w. dancers): "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"
      Dean Martin & Caterina Valente: "Rain" Medley: "Rain" / "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine" / "Sunny Side Up" / "Look For The Silver Lining" / "There's a Rainbow Round My Shoulder"
      Dean Martin & Dean's Girls: "Walking on New Grass"
      Dean & Ken at The Piano
      Dean Martin: "Oh, You Beautiful Doll"
      Dean Martin, Caterina Valente & Dom DeLuise perform in a bittersweet sketch, set to the soundtrack of Caterina singing "Ten Cents A Dance"
      Dean Martin, Caterina Valente, Bob Newhart & Dom DeLuise: "Seven-and-a-Half Cents"

      Comedy:
      Bob Newhart (comedian) - in a telephone monologue, Bob instructs a caller on how to disable a live bomb.
      In a comedy sketch, Dom DeLuise plays Superman.

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    • Rosemary Clooney / Buddy Hackett / David Steinberg / Minnie Pearl
      Guests:
      --Rosemary Clooney
      --Buddy Hackett
      --Minnie Pearl
      --David Steinberg
    • Sid Caesar / Bob Newhart / Paul Anka / Pat Suzuki
      3/31/66
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Somewhere There's a Someone" and "Pretty Baby"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane -"It's the Talk of the Town"
      --Paul Anka - "It Only Takes a Moment" and "Red Roses for a Blue Lady"
      --Morgana King - "Mountain High, Valley Low"
      --Morgana King and Dean Martin - "Loch Lomond" and "Goodnight, Irene"
      --Dean Martin and Pat Suzuki - "Sole, Sole, Sole"
      --Pat Suzuki - "Sunday Kind of Love" and "Hooray for Hollywood"
      --Dean Martin, Bob Newhart and Sid Caesar - medley: "My Heart Sings" and "Singin' in the Rain"
      Comedy:
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    • Buck Owens / Orson Welles / Joey Heatherton / Professor Backwards

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Things"
      Joey Heatherton & Dancers: "You Came A Long Way From St. Louis"
      Dean's Girls: "My Mammy" Intro to Bob Melvin (w. special lyrics)
      Dean & Dean's Girls high-kick to an instrumental version of "Who Cares" (Station Break Tease)
      Dean & Ken at The Piano
      Dean Martin: "Welcome To My World"
      Buck Owens and The Buckaroos: "How Long Will My Baby Be Gone"
      Dean Martin & Buck Owens: "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail"; "Love's Gonna Live Here"
      Joey Heatherton: "You Can Have Him"
      Dean Martin & Joey Heatherton: "Just in Time"

      Also appearing:
      Orson Welles
      Bob Melvin (comedian)
      Professor Backwards (comedian)

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    • Bobby Darin / Bob Newhart / Phyllis Diller / The Mills Brothers
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad," "Little Green Apples" and "Green, Green Grass of Home"
      --Bobby Darin - "Long Line Rider"
      --Bobby Darin and Dean Martin - medley of Al Jolson songs ("I'm Sitting on Top of the World," "There's a Rainbow Round My Shoulder" and "Toot, Toot, Tootsie")
      --The Mills Brothers - "The Ol' Race Track"
      --The Mills Brothers and Dean Martin - "Paper Doll" and "The Glowworm"
      --Phyllis Diller - "I Took My Harp to a Party"
      --Phyllis Diller and Dean Martin - medley: "Gimme a Little Kiss, Will Ya Huh?" "Cuddle up a Little Closer" and "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey"
      Also appearing:
      --Bob Newhart - does a monolog about King Kong scaling the Empire State Building.
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    • Buddy Ebsen / Cyd Charisse / Barbara McNair / Wisa D'Orso / Albert T. Berry

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Turn to Me"
      Cyd Charisse dances to "Music To Watch Girls By"
      Dean Martin & Cyd Charisse: "I Won't Dance"
      Dean & Ken at The Piano
      Dean Martin: "Nevertheless"
      Buddy Ebsen, Wisa D'Orso & Dean's Girls: "I Like The Likes Of You"
      Dean Martin & Buddy Ebsen: 'Sam's Song"
      Barbara McNair: "Nothing Can Stop Me Now"; "Where Am I Going?"
      Dean Martin & Barbara McNair: "Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea"
      Dean Martin, Buddy Ebsen & Dom DeLuise: "I'll Never Be Jealous Again"
      Dean Martin, Cyd Charisse, Barbara McNair, Buddy Ebsen, Dom DeLuise: "That's Entertainment" Finale: "That's Entertainment" / "Bye Bye Blues" / "He Touched Me" / "Be My Love"

      Also appearing:
      Albert T. Berry (comedian)

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    • Donald O'Connor / Jonathan Winters / Flip Wilson / Nancy Ames

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "I'm Gonna Change Everything"
      Donald O'Connor dances to "España Cañi"
      Dean Martin & Donald O'Connor: Workout Medley: "The Lady's in Love with You" / "They Didn't Believe Me" / "My Buddy" / "He's a Ladies' Man"
      Dean Martin: "I'm Confessin' That I Love You"
      Nancy Ames: "Pow, Pow, Pow"; "Fly Me to the Moon"
      Dean Martin & Nancy Ames: Medley
      Dean Martin, Nancy Ames, Donald O'Connor, Jonathan Winters: "To The Movies We Go" Finale

      Also appearing:
      --Flip Wilson
      --Jonathan Winters

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    • Polly Bergen / Pat Cooper / The Mills Brothers
      12/28/67
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Almost Like Being in Love" and "Blue Moon."
      --Polly Bergen - "Gonna Build a Mountain" and "Hi Lili Hi Lo."
      --Polly Bergen and Dean Martin - "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and "Crawdad Song."
      --The Mills Brothers - "Glowworm" and "Cab Driver."
      --The Mills Brothers and Dean Martin - "Lazy River."
      --Dean Martin and guests - Beer Garden medley: "Cabaret," "Ach du Lieber" and "Blue Danube Waltz."
      Also appearing:
      Pat Cooper (comedian)moreless
    • Michael Landon / Bobbi Martin / Stu Gilliam / Dom DeLuise
      Guests: Michael Landon, Bobbi Martin, Dom DeLuise, Stu Gilliam, Will Jordan, and The Kids Next Door.

      Musical Numbers:

      Dean Martin: "The Birds and The Bees."

      The Kids Next Door: Medley: "Cotton Candy And A Toy Balloon" / "Love Makes The World Go 'Round" / "Lydia" / "Be A Clown."

      Dean Martin & The Kids Next Door: "I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts."

      Dean & Dean's Girls: Musical Questions.

      Bobbi Martin: "I Walk the Line."

      Dean Martin & Bobbi Martin – "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: "True Love."

      Michael Landon: Dixieland Medley: "Old Folks at Home" ("Swanee River") / "Swanee" / "Rock-a-bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody" / "Waiting For The Robert E. Lee."

      Dean Martin & Michael Landon: Dixieland Medley: "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?" / "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" / "Sweet Georgia Brown" / "Hard Hearted Hannah."

      Dean Martin , Dom DeLuise & Dean's Girls: "A – You're Adorable."

      Cast plus Dean's Girls Chorus: "Wonderful, Wonderful Television" Finale.

      Comedy:

      Will Jordan and Stu Gilliam do monologues.
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    • Angie Dickinson / Pat Boone / George Gobel / Bobbi Martin
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I Don't Know Why" and "On a Slow Boat to China"
      --Angie Dickinson - "I'll Never Fall in Love Again"
      --Angie Dickinson and Dean Martin - "Surrey with the Fringe on Top"
      --Pat Boone - "Take 10 Terrific Girls"
      --Pat Boone and Dean Martin - "Style"
      --Bobbi Martin - "She'll Have to Go" --Bobbi Martin and Dean Martin - "Hey, Good Lookin'" and "Just a Little Lovin'"
      Also appearing:
      --George Gobel
      --Paul Gilbertmoreless
    • Lena Horne / Zero Mostel / Buddy Ebsen
      9/19/68
      0.0
      Fourth Season Premiere

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Gentle On My Mind"

      Lena Horne: "Live For Life"

      Dean Martin & Lena Horne: "The Two Of Us"

      Dean & Dean's Girls: "Let's Play" Musical Questions

      Zero Mostel: "Show Me a Rose"

      Dean Martin & Zero Mostel: "A Couple of Swells."

      Buddy Ebsen & Dean's Girls: "Ballin' the Jack"

      Dean Martin & Buddy Ebsen: "Mr. Gallagher And Mr. Shean"

      Dean Martin & Little Girls: "If I Was a Millionaire"

      Dean Martin, Lena Horne, Buddy Ebsen, Zero Mostel, Shecky Greene & Dean's Girls Chorus: "Sign of The Times" Finale.

      Also:

      --Barbara Heller
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    • David Janssen / Elke Sommer / Charles Nelson Reilly / Don Rice
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Here Comes My Baby."

      Elke Sommer (singing to Dean): "Just A Little Lovin'."

      Dean Martin & Dean's Girls: "Let's Play" Musical Questions and "Sing-on" of David Janssen.

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix."

      Elke Sommer & Dean's Girls: "Strip Polka."

      Entire Cast: "Here We Go Again" Finale.

      Charles Nelson Reilly - "Dear Mr. Martin."

      Also appearing

      Don Rice (comedian)
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    • Phil Harris / Paul Winchell / Sally Ann Howes / The Kessler Twins
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Love"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "It's the Talk of the Town"
      --Phil Harris - "It Was a Very Good Year"
      --Dean Martin and Phil Harris - "If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd Have Baked a Cake"
      --Sally Ann Howes - "Typically English"
      --Dean Martin and Sally Ann Howes - "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off"
      --The Kessler Twins - "Big Spender"
      --Dean Martin and the Kessler Twins - "A Lovely Conversation"
      Also appearing:
      --Paul Winchell (ventriloquist)
      --Bob Melvin (comedian)moreless
    • Woody Allen / Kate Smith / Kaye Stevens / Janie Gee
      11/23/67
      0.0
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "(Open Up The Door) Let The Good Times In."

      Dean's Girls: "Anything Goes."

      Dean Martin: "Home."

      Kate Smith: "Anyone Can Move a Mountain" and "At the Moving Picture Ball."

      Dean Martin & Kate Smith: "Let Me Call You Sweetheart."

      Dean Martin & Kaye Stevens: "I Wish I Were in Love Again."

      Dean Martin & Janie Gee: Medley: "Little Girl"/"You're An Old Smoothie"/"You Make Me Feel So Young."

      Dean Martin & Kate Smith: Medley of Travel Songs

      Also appearing:
      --Woody Allen
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    • Keely Smith / Mickey Rooney / Minnie Pearl / Don Cherry
      Music:
      Keely Smith - "Begin the Beguine"
      Mickey Rooney - "Treat Me Rough"
      Minnie Pearl - "I Love Paris"
      Don Cherry - "Green Green Grass of Home"
    • Glen Campbell
      Glen Campbell
      Season 8 - Episode 12
      12/14/72
      0.0

      Music:
      -- Dean Martin & Glen Campbell: "Let the Good Times In"
      -- Glen Campbell: "One Last Time"
      -- Dean Martin & Glen Campbell: Medley of traveling songs: "Breezin' Along With The Breeze" / "King Of The Road" / "Bumming Around" / "Wahoo"
      -- The Dingalings: "I Am Woman"
      -- Dean Martin: "Always"
      -- Movies Finale pays musical tribute to"On the Town," a 1949 musical starring Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, Ann Miller, and others.

      Comedy:
      --Dean Martin and Glen Campbell's golf game comes to a halt when one of the golf balls lands on the naval of a female sun bather.

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    • The Righteous Brothers / Lainie Kazan / George Jessel / Swingin' Lads
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Born to Lose"
      Dean Martin & George Jessel - "Carolina in the Morning"
      Dean Martin & Ken Lane - "Imagination"
      The Righteous Brothers - "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration"
      Lainie Kazan - "I Cried for You"
      The Swingin' Lads - "Hand Clappin'"
    • John Wayne / Bill Cosby / Joey Heatherton / Rowan & Martin
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Red Sails in the Sunset"
      --John Wayne and Dean Martin - "I'm an Old Cowhand"
      --Joey Heatherton - "Frankie and Johnnie" and "You Made Me Love You"
      --Gail Martin - "Rose of Washington Square"
      --Gail and Dean Martin - "Bye, Bye Blackbird," "Mister Meadowlark," "Back in Your Own Backyard" and "Honey"
      Also appearing:
      --Bill Cosby
      --Dan Rowan and Dick Martinmoreless
    • Bette Davis (Celebrity Roast)
      Bette Davis (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 6
      10/19/73
      0.0
      Bette Davis Celebrity Roast

      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Non Dimenticar”
      --Tom T. Hall - “I Love”
      --Jeannie C. Riley and Tom T. Hall - "This Ole House”

    • Nino Benvenuti / Gloria Loring / Patti Austin / Paul Gilbert
      Guests:
      Nino Benvenuti; Gloria Loring; Patti Austin; Paul Gilbert; Charles Nelson Reilly; the Golddiggers.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Easy to Remember"
      --Nino Benvenuti (heavyweight boxing champ) and Dean Martin - "That's Amore"
      --Gloria Loring - "The Windmills of Your Mind"
      --Dean Martin and Gloria Loring - "Embraceable You"
      --Patti Austin - "Let the Sunshine In"
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - medley ("The Lady's in Love with You," "My Baby Just Cares for Me" and "Guys and Dolls")
      --The Golddiggers - "The Kumquat Tree" and "My Favorite Things"moreless
    • Sergio Franchi / Stanley Holloway
      Sergio Franchi / Stanley Holloway
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      12/29/66
      0.0
      Music includes:
      --Sergio Franchi - "C'est Magnifique" and "Climb Every Mountain"
      --Stanley Holloway - "Down at the Old Bull and Bush," "Champagne Charley," "Wot Cher" and "I'm Old Fashioned"
      --Stanley Holloway also performs a song with his wife Elaine.
    • Peggy Lee / Buddy Hackett / Rowan & Martin / Dorothy Provone

      Music:
      Dean Martin: “Don’t Let The Blues Make You Bad”
      Peggy Lee: “You’ve Got Possibilities”; “The Shing Sea”
      Peggy Lee & Dean Martin: “Good Morning” medley
      Dean Martin: “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You”
      Dorothy Provine: “Lorelei”
      Dean Martin, Buddy Hackett, Rowan & Martin, Peggy Lee, Dorothy Provine: Guys and Dolls Finale: “The Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game” / “Guys and Dolls”

      Also appearing:
      --Buddy Hackett
      --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (comedy team)
      --Guy Marks

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    • Arthur Godfrey / Elaine Dunn / Eddy Arnold / Dom DeLuise
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I'm Gonna Change Everything"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Just Friends"
      --Elaine Dunn - "Like Young" and "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You"
      --Eddy Arnold - "Cotton Fields Back Home," "Tips of My Fingers" and "I'm Sitting on Top of the World"
      --Eddy Arnold and Dean Martin - "Singing the Blues," "Blue, Blue Day" and "Any Time"
      --Arthur Godfrey - "Sid, Old Kid"
      --Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - "Tiny Bubbles"
      --Dom DeLuise, Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - "Little Tin Box"moreless
    • Orson Welles / Edgar Bergen / Patricia Crowley
      9/26/68
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Rainbows Are Back in "
      Patricia Crowley: "All I Need Is The Boy"
      Dean Martin & Patricia Crowley: "Baby, It's Cold Outside"
      Dean Martin: "That Old Time Feeling"
      Dean Martin, Orson Welles, Jack Gilford, Patricia Crowley, Dean's Girls: "Everybody Ought To Have A Maid"
      Dean Martin, Patricia Crowley, Jack Halloran's Choir: "Orange Colored Sky"

      Also appearing:
      --Edgar Bergen
      --Stanley Myron Handelman

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    • Gina Lollobridgida / Phil Silvers / Milburn Stone
      2/13/69
      0.0
      Guests:
      Gina Lollobridgida
      Phil Silvers
      Milburn Stone
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin – "Lay Some Happiness On Me."
      Gina Lollobrigida – "C'est Magnifiqué" and "C'est Si Bon."
      Dean Martin and Gina Lollobrigida – "SI Si" and "Volare."
      Dean Martin and Milburn Stone – "When You And I Were Young."
    • Ethel Merman / Roger Miller / Lainie Kazan / Carl Ballantine
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Clinging Vine."

      Ethel Merman: "I've Still Got My Health."

      Station Break Tease: Dean Martin, Dean's Girls & male dancers dance the kazatzka to "Brahms Hungarian Dance."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: "That Old Time Feeling."

      Lainie Kazan: "Sunny."

      Dean Martin & Lainie Kazan: Medley: "Cuddle Up A Little Closer" / "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey" / "Gimme A Little Kiss, Will Ya, Huh?"

      Dean Martin & Roger Miller: "Dang Me" / "Chug-a-Lug" / "England Swings" / "You Can't Roller-Skate In A Buffalo Herd."

      Roger Miller: "Husbands And Wives."

      Dean Martin, Ethel Merman, Lainie Kazan: Finale Medley: "Let Me Sing And I'm Happy" / "Everything's Coming Up Roses" / "(It's Gonna Be) A Great Day" / "Blow, Gabriel, Blow" / "Whispering" / "Secret Love" / "Friendship" / "Love Is Sweeping The Country" / "Hooray For Hollywood" / "San Francisco" / "The Trolley Song" / "Swanee."

      Also appearing:

      John Barbour (comedian).

      Carl Ballantine
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    • Olivia Newton-John / William Conrad
      10/26/72
      0.0
      Musical Numbers:
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?" and "Dixieland."
      The Dingalings - "Hoedown."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings - Medley: "Mountain Greenery" and "Home On The Range."
      Dean Martin – "Cryin' Time."
      Olivia Newton-John – "If."
      Dean Martin and Olivia Newton-John – Medley: "Just A Little Lovin'" and "True Love."
      Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Rose Marie" (1936).

      Also appearing:
      --William Conrad (of TV's "Cannon")
      Comedy includes:
      Tarzan and Jane visit a marriage counselor.moreless
    • Johnny Carson (Celebrity Roast)
      Johnny Carson (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 8
      11/2/73
      0.0
      A full hour of roasting with Johnny Carson in the spotlight.
      Also appearing:
      Jack Benny
      Redd Foxx
      Hubert Humphrey
      Bette Davis
      Doc Severinsen
      Mike Connors
      Dionne Warwick
      Jack Klugman
      Tony Randall
      Wilt Chamberlain
      Kent McCord
      Martin Milner
      Howard Cosell
    • Loretta Lynn / Audrew Meadows / Joey Bishop / Howard Cosell / Tom T. Hall
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “There’s a Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder" and “The Glory of Love”
      --Dean Martin, Dick Martin, Joey Bishop - “Little Tin Box”
      --Dean Martin, Loretta Lynn and Tom T. Hall - perform a Country medley
      Comedy sketches:
      --Sportscaster Howard Cosell announces a blow-by-blow account of an argument between a husband and wife (Dean Martin and Audrey Meadows).
      --Dean Martin also plays a disillusioned husband who's growing tired of his group marriage.moreless
    • Art Carney / Barbara McNair / Jackie Mason
      3/16/72
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin & Barbara McNair: "Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again" / "Pennies from Heaven"
      The Dingaling Sisters: "On the Good Ship Lollipop"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "Mean to Me" / "Why Can't You Behave?"
      Dean Martin: "I Don't Know What I'm Doing"
      Barbara McNair: "Something's Comin' On"
      Dean Martin and Barbara McNair : "Bumming Around"
      Dean Martin: "Pardon"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Musical Questions
      Entire Cast: "Records 'Round and 'Round" Finale (comical lip-synching to vintage pop recordings)

      Comedy sketches:
      --Art Carney plays a bumbling devil trying to steal Dean Martin�s soul.
      --Art Carney and Marian Mercer play Thomas Jefferson and his shrewish wife.
      --Jackie Mason has some advice for Dean Martin, on romance.

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    • Liberace / Caterina Valente / George Jessel / Pat Buttram
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Little Old Wine Drinker Me" and "A Hundred Years from Today"
      --Liberace - medley: "Autumn Leaves," "Beer Barrel Polka," "Georgy Girl" and "A Man and a Woman"
      --Caterina Valente - "It's a Most Unusual Day" and "That Old Black Magic"
      --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - "It Had to Be You" and a medley of songs about New York
      --George Jessel and Dean Martin - "Toot, Toot, Tootsie!"
      Also appearing:
      --Pat Buttram (comedian, from "Green Acres")
      --Pat Henrymoreless
    • Tony Randall & Jack Klugman (Celebrity Roast)
      12/21/73
      0.0
      Tony Randall & Jack Klugman (of TV's "The Odd Couple") are roasted by Dean Martin and guests.
      Also appearing:
      Leonard Barr, Gary Burghoff, Ruth Buzzi, Jack Carter, Mike Connors, Loretta Lynn, Soupy Sales, Jackie Vernon.
      Also on this show:
      --Dean Martin sings "Turn the World Around" and "As Time Goes By"
      --Doug Kershaw performs "Louisiana Man" and "Sweet Jole Bion"moreless
    • Florence Henderson / Kate Smith / Frank Fontaine / Bill Dana
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Bye Bye, Blackbird"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "It Had to Be You"
      --Florence Henderson - "You Got Me," "I'm Not Interested in You" and "Where Is He?"
      --Florence Henderson and Dean Martin - "Just in Time" and "Making Whoopee"
      --Kate Smith - "If He Walked into My Life Today" and "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"
      --Frank Fontaine - Dear Heart"
      Also appearing:
      --Bill Dana
      Additional songs? (need to verify):
      --Kate Smith - "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" and "I Remember It Well"moreless
    • Ginger Rogers / Norm Crosby / Arte Johnson / Don Meredith

      Music:
      Dean Martin & Ginger Rogers: "Too Marvelous For Words"
      Ginger Rogers Medley: "That's How Young I Feel /" "Ain't She Sweet" / "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" / "Brazil" / "Change Partners And Dance" / "Sing, Sing, Sing"
      Dean Martin & Ginger Rogers: "Dancing"
      The Dingaling Sisters: "Girl Talk"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "I Only Have Eyes For You" / "You Do Something To Me"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Musical Questions
      Dean Martin & Ginger Rogers: "Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered"
      Dean Martin: "The Tips Of My Fingers"
      Entire Cast: Records 'Round And 'Round Finale (comical lip-synching to vintage pop recordings)

      Also appearing:
      --Don Meredith
      --Arte Johnson (comedian) - appears as a Ukranian football player.
      --Norm Crosby (comedian) - does a comedy monologue on American pioneers, gamblers and astrologers.

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    • David Janssesn / Lainie Kazan / Minnie Pearl
      11/14/68
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Do You Believe This Town?" and "Oh, You Beautiful Doll"
      --Lainie Kazan and Dean Martin - "Love Is Just Around the Corner," "Dream a Little Dream of Me" and "Show Me the Way to Go Home" --Lainie Kazan - "Johnny One Note" and "Come Rain or Come Shine" --Minnie Pearl - "Out Behind the Barn" Also appearing: --David Janssen --Stu Gilliam --Stanley Myron Handelmanmoreless
    • Zero Mostel / Fred Smoot / Jackie Vernon
      2/25/71
      0.0

      Guests:
      --Zero Mostel, Fred Smoot, Jackie Vernon

      Music
      Dean Martin: "There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder"
      The Dingaling Sisters: "Do The Funky Chicken"
      Dean & Ken at The Piano
      Dean Martin: "It's The Talk Of The Town"
      Dean Martin & Zero Mostel: "Brush Up Your Shakespeare"
      Dean Martin, Zero Mostel & Tommy Tune: "Me And My Shadow"
      Zero Mostel & Kay Medford: "Do You Love Me?"
      Dean Martin & The Golddiggers: "Welcome to My World" Medley: "I Could Write a Book" /"Just Friends" / "It's Easy to Remember"

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    • Buddy Hackett / Jeannine Burnier / Don Rice III / Laurie Ichino
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Green, Green Grass of Home”
      --Dean Martin and Laurie Ichino - “Love is a Simple Thing”
      --Dean Martin and The Ding-a-Lings - "I’ll Never Fall in Love Again,” “Someday,” “All I Do is Dream of You" and “You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me”
      --The Ding-a-Lings: “You Do Something to Me”
      Comedy:
      --In sketches, Buddy Hackett plays a love-struck fireman rescuing a lady from a bathtub, a 160 year-old Indian Chief who enters a kissing contest, and a young mountaineer distracted by an attractive young woman.
      Also appearing:
      --Jeannine Burnier
      --Don Rice IIImoreless
    • Barbara Eden / Mickey Rooney / Norm Crosby / Kate Smith / Times Square Two

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Not Enough Indians"
      Barbara Eden: "I Wish I Could Shimmy like My Sister Kate"
      Dean Martin & Barbara Eden: Medley: "Stumbling" / "Jada" / "At Sundown" / "Diga Diga Doo"
      Times Square Two: "Hello, Hawaii, How Are You"
      Dean Martin: "Young At Heart"
      Dean Martin & Dean's Girls: Musical Questions
      Kate Smith: "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever"; "As Long As He Needs Me"
      Dean Martin & Kate Smith: School Days Medley: "School Days" / "The Farmer In The Dell" / "Mary Had A Little Lamb" / "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" / "A-Tisket, A-Tasket" / "Little Annie Rooney" / "Barnacle Bill The Sailor"
      Dean Martin, Kate Smith, Barbara Eden, Mickey Rooney, Norm Crosby & Chorus: Patriotic Medley: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" / "God's Country" / "My Old Kentucky Home" / "Back Home In Indiana" / "Yankee Doodle" / "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" / "California, Here I Come" /"Stars And Stripes Forever" / "You're A Grand Old Flag"
      Kate Smith: "God Bless America"

      Also appearing:
      --Mickey Rooney
      --Norm Crosby
      --The Times Square Two (comedy singers)

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    • Glen Campbell / Gale Gordon / Dom DeLuise
      12/17/70
      0.0
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "She's a Little Bit of Country."
      Glen Campbell - "Gotta Travel On."
      Dean Martin and Glen Campbell – Medley: "Blue Blue Day," "Singin' The Blues," "We'll Sing In The Sunshine" and "You Are My Sunshine."
      Dean Martin - "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head."
      The Golddiggers – "Knowing When to Leave."
      "Everybody's Got A Little Song" with Dean Martin, Glen Campbell, Gale Gordon, Dom DeLuise and The Golddiggers.
      Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – "Welcome To My World" Medley – "You're My Everything," "Things" and "The Best Things In Life Are Free."

      Comedy sketches:
      --Dean Martin plays a liquor guzzling doctor in the Old West.
      --Gale Gordon (of "The Lucy Show" and "Here's Lucy") plays a salesman with the perfect gifts for people you dislike.
      --Dom DeLuise appears in sketches as a dog psychiatrist and a klutzy waiter.moreless
    • Nancy Wilson / Romy Schneider / Milburn Stone / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Welcome to My World" and "Not Enough Indians"
      --Romy Schneider - "Ain't Misbehavin'"
      --Nancy Wilson - "Son of a Preacher Man"
      --Milburn Stone - "Lida Rose"
      --Milburn Stone and Dean Martin - medley: - "K-K-K-Katy," "Ma Blushin' Rosie," "Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider," "Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah" and "Serenade to an Old Fashioned Girl"
      Also appearing:
      --Charles Nelson Reillymoreless
    • Jimmy Stewart / Shecky Greene / Wisa D'Orso / George Gobel
      Final new show of the 3rd season.

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Nobody's Baby Again."

      Wisa D'Orso: "I'm the First Girl In The Second Row In The Third Scene Of The Fourth Number."

      Dean Martin & Wisa D'Orso: "For Me And My Gal."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: "It's Easy To Remember."

      Dean Martin, Jimmy Stewart, Shecky Greene, Wisa D'Orso & The Kids Next Door: "Wild Wild West" Finale.

      Dean Martin: "Look For The Silver Lining."

      Dean Martin: "Everybody Loves Somebody" (full-length version, which he sang at the end of every season finale for the first six years of the series).

      Also appearing:

      George Gobel
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    • October 5, 1973
      October 5, 1973
      Season 0 - Episode 10
      0.0
    • Frank Sinatra / Ruth Buzzi / Kay Medford / Barbara Heller
      Guests:
      Frank Sinatra, Ruth Buzzi, Kay Medford, Charles Nelson Reilly, Barbara Heller and Inga Neilsen.

      Music:
      Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra - Medley: "Love Is Just Around the Corner," "My Kind of Girl," "But Beautiful," "Love," "I Get a Kick Out of You," "Goody Goody" and "Guys And Dolls."
      Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and The Dingalings – "Dingaling" medley.
      Dean Martin - "Young at Heart."
      Frank Sinatra - "Something."
      "Everybody's Got A Little Song" with Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Ruth Buzzi, Ken Lane and The Golddiggers.
      Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and The Golddiggers – "Welcome To My World" medley: "Now Is The Hour," "So Long, It's Been Good To Know You" and "Auld Lang Syne."

      Please see "Recap" for Comedy sketches.moreless
    • Orson Welles / Petula Clark / Joey Bishop / Kay Medford / Laurie Ichino
      6th Season Premiere
      Guests:
      Orson Welles, Petula Clark, Joey Bishop, Kay Medford, Laurie Ichino.
      Music:
      Petula Clark - “Call Me”
      Dean Martin and Petula Clark - medley of songs about "Happiness"
      Dean Martin - “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" and “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife”
      Laurie Ichino (teenage singer) and Dean Martin - “I’d Like to Get to Know You”
      Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "I Will Wait for You,” “Houston" and “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”moreless
    • Bob Newhart / Abbe Lane / Gordon MacRae
      11/21/68
      0.0
      Music: --Abbe Lane and Dean Martin - "I Could Have Danced All Night" --Gordon MacRae - "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top," "People Will Say We're in Love" and "June Is Bustin' Out All Over" --Gordon MacRae - "If I Loved You" --Gordon MacRae, Paul Lynde and Dean Martin - "The Game" Also: --Bob Newhartmoreless
    • Carol Channing / Walter Brennan / Victor Borge / Dom DeLuise
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Cryin' Time" and "The Sun Is Shining"
      --Carol Channing - "That's How Young I Feel" and "Softly as I Leave You"
      --Walter Brennan and Dean Martin - "I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore"
      Also appearing:
      --Victor Borge
      --Dom DeLuise
    • Orson Welles / Nancy Ames / Ben Blue / Hendra & Ullett / Jerry Shane
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "April Showers" and "Things"
      --Dean Martin and Nancy Ames - "Cinderella Rockefella"
      --Nancy Ames - "On Green Dolphin Street"
      --Orson Welles - "So Danco Samba"
      Also appearing:
      --Ben Blue
      --Hendra and Ullett (comedy team)
      --Jerry Shane (comedian)
    • Lorne Greene / Red Buttons / Jane Morgan / Skiles & Henderson
      Music:
      --Lorne Greene - "The Man in the Looking Glass"
      Lorne Greene and Dean Martin - "Don't Fence Me In," "I'm an Old Cowhand," "Home on the Range" and "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie"
      --Dean Martin - "Blue, Blue Day" and "I Don't Know Why"
      Dean Martin and Jane Morgan - "We Could Make Such Beautiful Music," "I Don't Know Enough About You" and "You're the Cream in My Coffee"
      --Jane Morgan - "It Takes Love"
      Also appearing:
      --Red Buttons
      --Skiles & Hendersonmoreless
    • Joel Grey / Lainie Kazan / Phil Harris / Don Cherry / Pat Henry
      Music:
      --Joel Grey - "The Joker" & "Be A Clown"
      --Lainie Kazan - "If You Go Away"
      Also appearing:
      --Phil Harris
      --Don Cherry
      --Pat Henry
    • Steve Lawrence / Charles Nelson Reilly / Rodney Dangerfield
      Music:
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings: "I'm Sitting on Top of the World."
      Steve Lawrence: "I've Got to Be Me."
      Dean Martin and Steve Lawrence: Medley: "Swingin' Down The Lane," "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans," "The Birth of The Blues" and "It's A Good Day."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings: Medley: "Buttons and Bows" and "Red River Valley."
      Dean Martin: "Arrivederci Roma."
      Movies Finale pays tribute to the 1944 MGM musical "The Ziegfeld Follies."
      Comedy includes:
      A sketch predicting what marriage will be like in the year 2000.
      Also appearing:
      --Rodney Dangerfield
      --Charles Nelson Reilly
      --Don DeLuise
      --Nipsey Russell
      --Kay Medfordmoreless
    • Keely Smith / Joey Heatherton / Allen & Rossi / Hal LeRoy

      Music:
      --Keely Smith - "I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry" and "Birth of the Blues"
      --Keely Smith and Dean Martin - Old West medley (please see "Recap" for song titles).
      --Dean Martin - "They'll Never Believe Me"
      Dean Martin and Ken Lane (piano player) - "It's Easy to Remember"
      --Frankie Randall - "Look for the Silver Lining" & "Rules of the Road"

      Also appearing:
      --Joey Heatherton (singer-dancer) - plays Little Red Riding Hood in a song-and-dance routine
      --Marty Allen & Steve Rossi (comedy team)
      --Hal LeRoy (tap dancer)
      --Godfrey Cambridge (comedian)
      --The Tangiers (acrobats)

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    • Frank Gorshin / Rose Marie / Jane Morgan / The Kim Sisters
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Ma Blushin' Rosie"
      --Jane Morgan - "Ten Cents a Dance"
      --Jane Morgan and Dean Martin - "It's Only a Paper Moon"
      --Rose Marie - "The Trolley Song"
      --Rose Marie and Dean Martin - "Happiness Is"
      --Frank Gorshin - "My Home Town"
      --The Kim Sisters - "You're Gonna Hear from Me"
      --The Kim Sisters and Dean Martin - "Getting to Know You"moreless
    • Van Johnson / Patrice Munsel / Susan Barrett / John Barbour
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Love" and "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody"
      --Van Johnson - "To Be a Performer"
      --Patrice Munsel - "Alfie" and "What The World Needs Now Is Love"
      --Patrice Munsel and Dean Martin - "Makin' Whoopee"
      --Susan Barrett - "If My Friends Could See Me Now"
      --Susan Barrett and Dean Martin - "Something's Gotta Give"
      --Dean Martin and guests - 'Collegiate' medley: "Varsity Rag" "Pass That Football" and "Collegiate"
      Also appearing:
      --John Barbour (Canadian comedian)
      --Wisa D'Orso (need to verify, may not have appeared)moreless
    • Hubert Humphrey (Celebrity Roast)
      Hubert Humphrey (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 10
      11/23/73
      0.0
      A full hour of roasting with Senator Hubert Humphrey as the target of choice.
      Scheduled guests include:
      Senator Lowell Weicker, Foster Brooks, Gene Kelly, Ted Knight, Audrey Meadows, Nipsey Russell and Mort Sahl.
    • Ella Fitzgerald / Red Buttons / Edie Adams / Dom DeLuise

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"
      Edie Adams: "If Love Were All" ; "Gotta Dance"
      Dean Martin & Edie Adams: "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon"
      Dean Martin & Red Buttons: "Thank Heaven For Little Girls"
      Dean Martin: "Born To Lose"
      Ella Fitzgerald: "Hallelujah, I Love Him So"; "You've Changed"
      Dean Martin & Ella Fitzgerald: Medley: "For You" / "I'd Climb The Highest Mountain"
      Finale: Dean, Dom DeLuise, Edie Adams & Red Buttons: Medley of Children's Songs: "I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard" / "Playmates"

      Also:
      --Dom DeLuise and wife Carol Arthur appear with Dean in a barroom skit.

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    • George Burns / The Mills Brothers / Joey Heatherton / Orson Bean / Jack Gilford

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Singing the Blues"
      Joey Heatherton: "Nice 'N' Easy"
      Dean Martin & Joey Heatherton: Medley: "London Bridge Is Falling Down" / "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" / "The Farmer in the Dell" / "Surrey With The Fringe On Top" / "A Tisket, A Tasket" / "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
      Dean Martin: "Where The Blue And Lonely Go"
      Dean & Dean’s Girls: Musical Questions
      Dean & Dean's Girls "Sing-on" Orson Bean
      The Mills Brothers: "Paper Doll"
      Dean Martin & The Mills Brothers: "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"; “Bye Bye Blackbird”
      Entire Cast: "Here We Go Again" Finale

      Also appearing:
      --Orson Bean
      --Jack Gilford

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    • Lynn Anderson / Glenn Ford / Dom DeLuise
      12/21/72
      0.0
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – "Marshmallow World."
      Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – Medley consisting of snippets of many songs, and ending in a big finish with "Style."
      Lynn Anderson – "Fool Me."
      Dean Martin and Lynn Anderson – Medley: "This Old House" and "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To."
      Dean Martin – "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
      Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Till The Clouds Roll By" (1947).

      Comedy:
      Dom DeLuise and Lynn Anderson play a bickering Mr. and Mrs. Claus. After spending the night on the town, Santa comes home to his angry wife.moreless
    • Ann-Margret / Bob Newhart
      Ann-Margret / Bob Newhart
      Season 5 - Episode 22
      2/26/70
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Second Hand Rose” & “Welcome to My World”
      --Dean Martin and Ann-Margret - medley (please see "Recap" for song titles)
      --Dean Martin, Ann-Margret, Bob Newhart - “It’s Better With a Union Man”
      Comedy:
      --Bob Newhart does a comedy monologue about the launching of the first elevator.
      --Dean Martin as a patient whose doctor is Ann-Margret.moreless
    • The Supremes / Herb Alpert / Imogene Coca / Jackie Mason / Jane Morgan (March 24, 1966)

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "I'm Gonna Change Everything."
      The Step Brothers (dance act) perform, and are then joined by Dean for some additional fancy footwork.
      Imogene Coca: "People" (performed in pantomime, with her vocals on the soundtrack).
      Dean Martin: "When You're Smiling" (sung to Imogene Coca).
      Dean Martin: "I Don't Know Why."
      Diana Ross and The Supremes: "Mother Dear."
      Dean Martin & Marty (a Krofft Puppet): "Side by Side."
      Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: "Bittersweet Samba" / "Winds of Barcelona."
      Jane Morgan: "Downtown"; "More."
      Dean Martin, Jane Morgan, Imogene Coca, Diana Ross and The Supremes: Love Medley: "Love Makes the World Go 'Round" / "I'm in the Mood for Love" / "Our Language of Love" / "Fools Fall In Love" / "Let There Be Love" / "Careless Love" / "Hooray for Love" / "Down with Love" / "It's Love" / "Love Is The Sweetest Thing" / "Love" / "Love Is A Simple Thing" / "Love Is Just Around The Corner" / "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" / "Love Is The Reason."

      Also appearing: Jackie Mason (comedian) - stand-up monologue: tells jokes about Dean Martin, Barry Goldwater, Bobby Baker, and American aid to foreign countries.

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    • William Conrad / Nancy Sinatra
      William Conrad / Nancy Sinatra
      Season 8 - Episode 28
      4/12/73
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin, Dom DeLuise, Nipsey Russell: "Somebody Stole My Gal"
      Dean Martin & Nancy Sinatra: Medley of "Happy" songs
      William Conrad: Medley of Anthony Newley songs
      The Dingaling Sisters: "Love is Surrender"
      Dean Martin & Nancy Sinatra: "Where Or When"
      Dean Martin & William Conrad: Medley of songs about Girls
      Dean Martin & Cast: "At The Movies" Finale pays tribute to the MGM musical Easter Parade (1948)

      Comedy:
      --A sketch spoofing movie courtroom scenes.
      --Barbershop Sketch - the barbershop gang discusses psychiatry.

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    • Jimmy Stewart / Frank Sinatra Jr.
      Jimmy Stewart / Frank Sinatra Jr.
      Season 8 - Episode 25
      3/22/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “The Glory of Love”
      --Dean Martin and Jimmy Stewart - “Alexander’s Ragtime Band”
      --Frank Sinatra Jr. - “A Horse with No Name”
      --The Ding-a-Lings - “Beautiful”
      --Finale: Dean Martin and cast salute "Pal Joey," Columbia studio's 1957 classic starring Frank Sinatra and Rita Hayworth.
      Comedy:
      --Jimmy Stewart and Dean Martin file an embarassing police report: They were robbed by a gang of nudists.
      --Barbershop Sketch - Jimmy and Dean join the barbershop gang for a discussion of housing problems.moreless
    • 5/10/57
      5/10/57
      Season 0 - Episode 1
      0.0
    • Forrest Tucker / Norm Crosby / Gene Baylos / Gail Martin
      Guests:
      Forrest Tucker, Gail Martin, Gene Baylos, Norm Crosby, Charles Nelson Reilly, Janice Harper
      --Dean Martin - "Blue Moon," "I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am"
      --Forrest Tucker - “Take Me Along" & "Then I’ll Be Happy"
      --Gail Martin - "He Loves Me”
      --Janice Harper -“Light My Fire" & “Goin’ Out of My Head”
      Comedy:
      --Charles Nelson Reilly plays an annoyed instructor at a fitness salon.moreless
    • Barbara Feldon / Lloyd Bridges / Anna Moffo
      9/21/72
      0.0
      Music:
      Dean Martin - “The Small Exception of Me.”
      Anna Moffo - “Je veux vivre dans ce reve” (from Gounod’s “Romeo et Juliette”).
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "If I Could Be With You" (opening number)
      The Dingalings – "That Old Black Magic."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter" and "I Cried For You."
      Dean Martin and Kitty – "Let's Fall In Love."
      Dean Martin, Anna Moffo and Lloyd Bridges – Medley: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix," "I Feel The Earth Move," "Proud Mary," "Little Green Apples" and "Close To You."
      The Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Gigi."

      Comedy sketches:
      --A couple is celebrating their 180th anniversary.
      --An operatic take on commercials.

      In the concluding segment, Dean kicks off his weekly tongue-in-cheek college poll, with the help of University of Minnesota coed Colleen Camp, who would later go on to become an actress appearing in a number of big box office films, including "Apocalypse Now".moreless
    • Bobby Riggs (Celebrity Roast)
      Bobby Riggs (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 21
      3/8/74
      0.0
      Bobby Riggs Celebrity Roast
      with Chuck Connors, Wayne Newton, Leo Durocher, Vincent Price, Alex Karras, Lynn Anderson, Rosemary Casals
    • Joey Bishop / Karen Black
      Joey Bishop / Karen Black
      Season 8 - Episode 4
      10/5/72
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I Don’t Know What I’m Doing”
      --Dean Martin and The Ding-a-Lings - medley: “It’s All Right with Me" and “Once In a While”
      --The Ding-a-Lings - ”I Believe in Music" and “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans”
      Finale: A tribute to the movie "Three Little Words."
      Comedy:
      --A planet is looking for one husband for its ten-thousand women.
      --A thrifty housewife can't resist a bargain, even when it's a discount on a sex-change operation.moreless
    • Martin Milner / Anna Moffo / Lonnie Shorr
      3/29/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "She’s A Little Bit Country”
      --Dean Martin, Anna Moffo and Martin Milner perform an Italian medley
      --The Ding-a-Lings - “The Physician”
      --Finale: Dean Martin and cast salute "Lovely to Look At," a 1952 MGM film which starred Red Skelton, Ann Miller, Howard Keel, and Marge and Gower Champion.
      Comedy:
      --Sketches cover topics such as muggers and sexy fashions.
      Also appearing:
      --Lonnie Shorrmoreless
    • Anne Murray / Hugh O’Brian / Monty Hall
      10/12/72
      0.0
      Guests:
      Anne Murray
      Hugh O’Brian
      Monty Hall
    • Lou Rawls / Nancy Kwan / Phil Harris / Arte Johnson
      Guests:
      Lou Rawls; Nancy Kwan; Phil Harris; Arte Johnson
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Bye Bye Blackbird" & "If I Had You"
      --Lou Rawls - "I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone"
      --Dean Martin and Lou Rawls - medley of Al Jolson songs
      --Nancy Kwan - "The Simple Joys of Maidenhood"
      --Phil Harris - "A Boy Named Sue"
      --Dean Martin, Arte Johnson and Phil Harris - "There Is Nothing Like a Dame," "Girls" and "I Can Always find a Little Sunshine"moreless
    • Peter Graves / Jill St. John / Paul Lynde / Kathleen Freeman
      Guests:
      --Peter Graves (actor, from "Mission Impossible"), Jill St. John, Kathleen Freeman, comedians Ronnie Barker and Ron Corbett, and Paul Lynde.
      Musical Numbers:
      --Dean Martin - "I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" and "S’posin’."
      --Jill St. John - "Femininity."
      --Dean Martin and Jill St. John - "One of Those Songs."
      --Peter Graves and the Golddiggers - "I’d Rather Lead a Band."
      --The Ding-a-Lings - "Lucretia MacEvil."
      Finale:
      Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing," "The Glory Of Love" and "But Beautiful"moreless
    • George Washington Roast
      George Washington Roast
      Season 9 - Episode 22
      3/15/74
      0.0
      A whimsical salute to George Washington.
      Roasting the first President are George's wife Martha (Audrey Meadows), his press secretary (Foster Brooks) and his aide-de-camp (Steve Lawrence doing a Groucho Marx impersonation).
      Other guests include:
      Euell Gibbons and Henny Youngman
      Also on this show:
      Dean Martin sings “For the Good Times" and “Lay Some Happiness on Me"moreless
    • Jack Benny / Lynn Anderson
      Jack Benny / Lynn Anderson
      Season 8 - Episode 9
      11/23/72
      0.0
      Musical Numbers:

      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters" "Then I'll Be Happy" Lynn Anderson: "Stand By Your Man"

      Dean Martin & Lynn Anderson: Flowers Medley: "April Showers" / "Tiptoe Through The Tulips" / "Sweet Violets" / "Sweet and Lovely" / "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden"

      Dean Martin & Kitty (Joy Hawkins): "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?"

      Dean & Kitty at The Piano

      Dean Martin : "Non Dimenticar"

      The Dingaling Sisters: "The Laziest Gal In Town"

      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "Love Is Just Around The Corner" / "My Ideal"

      Dean Martin and Jack Benny hold a sing-off, each with their own set of Dingaling Sisters, performing: "Mr. Wonderful", "Why Don't We Do This More Often?", "Anything You Can Do", and "You"

      Dean Martin & Cast: "At The Movies" Finale pays tribute to the MGM musical Word and Music (1948)

      Comedy:

      Jack Benny appears in a barbershop sketch involving sex education.
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    • Kirk Douglas (Celebrity Roast)
      Kirk Douglas (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 5
      10/12/73
      0.0
      Kirk Douglas Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin, Lynn Anderson and Ray Price - “The Sun is Shinin’,” “Make it Rain,” “Sing About Love" and “You’re the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me”
      Comedy:
      --Tim Conway plays his old man character who appears to move in slow-motion.moreless
    • Barbara Feldon / Fess Parker / Jennifer Warren / Dino, Desi & Billy
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Born to Lose" and "Nobody but a Fool"
      --Dino, Desi and Billy - "Spinning Wheel" and "I Live for You"
      --Fess Parker - "Sitting Here Drinking"
      --Barbara Feldon - "Murder, He Says"
      --Jennifer Warren - "I Walk the Line" and "Let the Sunshine In"
      Also appearing:
      --Charles Nelson Reillymoreless
    • Buddy Hackett / Rowan & Martin / Barbara Heller / Susan Barrett
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Young at Heart" and "I Will"
      --Barbara Heller - "Forget Me"
      --Susan Barrett - "Strike Up the Band"
      --Susan Barrett and Dean Martin - "The Gypsy in My Soul," "King of the Road," "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!," "Bumming Around" and "Breezin' Along with the Breeze"
      --Dean Martin and guests - "What a Country"
      Also appearing:
      --Buddy Hackett (comedian)
      --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (comedians)
      --Brascia and Tybee (adagio dancers)moreless
    • Lou Rawls / Lainie Kazan / Shecky Greene / Stanley Myron Handelman
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?" and "Release Me"
      --Lou Rawls - "Feeling Good" and "I Love You, Yes I Do"
      --Lainie Kazan - "Peel Me a Grape"
      Also appearing:
      --Shecky Greene
      --Stanley Myron Handelman
    • Peggy Lee / George Gobel / Guy Marks / Eddie Foy Jr.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "That Old Clock on the Wall" and "I'm in the Mood for Love"
      --Peggy Lee - "Come Back to Me" and "Here's to You"
      --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - Doodlin' medley: "Doodlin' Song," "Doodle Doo Doo," "Do Do Do," "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" and "Hoop-Dee-Doo"
      --George Gobel and Dean Martin - "Ode to Billy Joe"
      --Eddie Foy Jr. - "I'm Clarence Fitzgerald"
      Finale:
      --Dean Martin and guests - medley of Spike Jones tunes: "Cocktails for Two," "I Get a Kick Out of You" and "You Always Hurt the One You Love"
      Comedy:
      --Guy Marks does a comedy monologue about a visit to his psychiatrist.moreless
    • Eddie Albert / George Burns / Florence Henderson / Janie Gee
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Singing The Blues"

      Florence Henderson: "Smarty"

      Florence Henderson & Dean Martin: medley of 1930's "Depression" songs.

      George Burns & Lisa Miller: "Some Of These Days"

      Dean Martin & George Burns: "It's A Well-Known Fact"

      Dean Martin & Janie Gee: "Sleepy Time Gal."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano

      Dean Martin: "S'posin'"

      Eddie Albert: "Live a Little" & "Did I Ever Really Live."

      Eddie Albert: & Dean Martin: "Mighty Lak a Rose."

      Entire Cast, plus Jack Halloran's Choir: "Love and Marriage" Finale
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    • Peggy Lee / Peter Graves / Minnie Pearl / Dino, Desi and Billy
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I Will" and "That Old Feeling"
      --Peggy Lee - "Some Day My Prince Will Come" and "Didn't We?"
      --Peter Graves - "A Well-Known Fact"
      --Dino, Desi and Billy - "Tell Someone You Love Them" and "Away"
      --Minnie Pearl - "That's Good Enough for Me" and "Careless Love"
      Also appearing:
      --Stanley Myron Handelmanmoreless
    • Louis Armstrong / Ray Bolger / Nanette Fabray / Lainie Kazan
      Music:
      --Louis Armstrong (jazz musician, with his band) - "Mame"
      --Louis Armstrong and Dean Martin - "Georgia on My Mind," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Hardhearted Hannah"
      --Dean Martin - "I'm Living in Two Worlds"
      --Ray Bolger and Dean Martin - "The Object of My Affections"
      --Ray Bolger - "The Men in My Little Girl's Life"
      --Nanette Fabray - "Minute Waltz"
      --Lainie Kazan - "Trolley Song" & "What Now, My Love?"
      Also appearing:
      --Allan Drake (comedian)moreless
    • George Burns / Dinah Shore / Jonathan Winters / The Pair Extraordinaire
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "If You Knew Susie."

      Dean Martin & Dinah Shore: Medley: "It's Wonderful" / "Take It Easy" / "Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better."

      Dinah Shore: "Bye Bye Blackbird."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: I'm in the Mood for Love."

      The Pair Extraordinaire: "Love."

      Jonathan Winters & Wisa D'Orso: "Standing on the Corner."

      Dinah Shore: "I Had Myself a True Love."

      Vaudeville Finale: George Burns: "It Was A Very Good Year"

      Dean Martin & George Burns: "I Ain't Got Nobody."

      Dean Martin & Dinah Shore: "Shine On Harvest Moon"

      Dean Martin, George Burns, Dinah Shore, Jonathan Winters & Wisa D'Orso: "Yankee Doodle Dandy"/"Give My Regards To Broadway."
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    • Bing Crosby, Polly Bergen, Don Cherry, Rowan & Martin
      Final new show of the 2nd season.
      Guests:
      Bing Crosby
      Polly Bergen
      Don Cherry
      Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin – "Second Hand Rose."
      Polly Bergen – "Cabaret."
      Dean Martin & Polly Bergen – "Let's Do It," "Let's Get Away From It All" and "Let's Fall In Love."
      Dean Martin – "It's Easy To Remember."
      Dean Martin & Don Cherry – "Hick Town."
      Dean Martin & Bing Crosby – a medley of some of Bing's old hits.
      Dean Martin, Bing Crosby and Don Cherry – "Style."
      Dean Martin – "Everybody Loves Somebody" (full-length version, which he sang at the end of every season finale for the first six years of the series).moreless
    • Sebastian Cabot / Bob Newhart / Caterina Valente / Stanley Myron Handelman
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Rainbows Are Back in Style" and "That Old-Time Feeling"
      --Sebastian Cabot - "Here's to You"
      --Caterina Valente - "Volga Boatman" and "It Only Takes a Moment"
      --The Golddiggers - "It's Fun to Be Young"
      Also appearing:
      --Bob Newhart
      --Stanley Myron Handelman
    • Patti Page / Chita Rivera / Roger Miller / Jack Jones / Gordon & Sheila MacRae
      Guests:
      Gene Baylos (comedian)
      Jack Jones
      Gordon MacRae
      Sheila MacRae
      Roger Miller (singer)
      Patti Page
      Chita Rivera (singer-dancer)
      Music:
      --Dean Martin and Roger Miller sing a humorous version of "King of the Road"
    • 1968 Christmas Show
      1968 Christmas Show
      Season 4 - Episode 14
      12/19/68
      0.0

      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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    • Cyd Charisse / Don Cherry / Linda Bennett
      10/17/68
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Green, Green Grass of Home" and "Almost Like Being in Love" --Cyd Charisse and Dean Martin - "I Got Rhythm" --Cyd Charisse - "Katie Went to Hati" --Don Cherry and Dean Martin - "Oh, Lonesome Me" --Don Cherry - Take a Message to Mary" --Linda Bennett - "You Do Something to Me" and "You've Got That Thing" Also appearing: --Ben Blue --Stanley Myron Handelmanmoreless
    • Bob Newhart / Celebrity Offspring including Dino, Deana and Gail Martin; Frank Sinatra Jr.; Lucie Arnaz & Desi Arnaz Jr.

      Guests:
      --Bob Newhart
      The other guests are offsprings of celebrities:
      Frank Sinatra Jr.
      Dean Paul, Deana and Gail Martin (Dean's children)
      Lucie Arnaz & Desi Arnaz Jr.
      Maureen Reagan
      Meredith MacRae
      Billy Hinsche


      Music:
      Dean Martin: "On A Slow Boat to China"
      Celebrity Offspring: "Applause"
      Dean Martin and Celebrity Offspring: "Love Is The Reason"
      Frank Sinatra Jr., Deana Martin and Lucie Arnaz: "Side by Side by Side"
      Dean Martin: "Mean to Me"
      Dino, Desi, and Billy: "Lady Love"
      Meredith MacRae, Gail Martin and Maureen Reagan: "Triplets"
      Dean Martin, Bob Newhart and Celebrity Offspring:"Everybody's Got A Little Song"(singing impressions and parodies)
      Dean Martin and the Golddiggers: "Welcome To My World" medley: "Street of Dreams" / "Memories Are Made of This" / "The Very Thought of You"

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    • Lena Horne / George Gobel / Skiles & Henderson
      11/28/68
      0.0
      Music:
      --Lena Horne - "Out of This World"
      --Dean Martin and Lena Horne - "Crazy Rhythm," "I'm Old Fashioned" and "Nice 'n' Easy" --Dean Martin - "Home" and "Blue, Blue day" --Skiles and Henderson (comedy team) - "Big Noise from Winnetka" --The Golddiggers - "It's Fun to Be Young"

      Also appearing: --George Gobelmoreless

    • Fess Parker / Eve Arden / Lynn Anderson
      9/28/72
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "All Of Me."
      The Dingalings – "I Want To Be Happy."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Memories Are Made Of This" and "It's Easy To Remember."
      Dean Martin and Kitty – "Cuddle Up A Little Closer."
      Dean Martin – "Turn The World Around"

      Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Girl Crazy" (1943).

      Comedy:
      --Wife swapping...in a harum.
      --Earning extra trousseau money through moonlighting.

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    • Jonathan Winters
      Jonathan Winters
      Season 7 - Episode 23
      3/2/72
      0.0
      Guest:
      Jonathan Winters
      Musical Numbers:
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Somebody Stole My Gal."
      The Dingalings – "Close To You."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Don't Blame Me" and "You're Driving Me Crazy."
      Dean Martin - “By the Time I Get to Phoenix."
      Records 'Round And 'Round Finale

      Comedy:
      --In a monologue, Jonathan Winters improvises different characters, including Maude Frickett as Dean Martin's school teacher.
      --A comedy sketch about a misunderstanding in Ken Lane's household.moreless
    • Alice Faye / Van Johnson / Jackie Mason
      10/24/68
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Honey" and "Love"
      --Van Johnson - "The French Lesson"
      --Sue Raney - "Getting to Know You"
      --Alice Faye, Van Johnson and Dean Martin - medley of songs from Ms. Faye's movies ("Rose of Washington Square," "Ma Blushin' Rosie," "Blue Skies," "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "You'll Never Know")

      Also appearing:
      --Jackie Mason
      --Hendra and Ullettmoreless

    • Wayne Newton / Paul Lynde / Rip Taylor / Don Rice
      10/21/71
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Arrivederci, Roma" and "Gigi"
      --Dean Martin and Wayne Newton - medley of Al Jolson songs: "Swanee," "Carolina in the Morning," "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?" "Alabamy Bound," "April Showers" and "Toot Toot, Tootsie"
      --Wayne Newton - "Snowbird"
      Also appearing:
      --Paul Lynde
      --Rip Taylor
      --Don Ricemoreless
    • Dennis Hopper / Charley Pride / Charles Nelson Reilly / Leonard Barr
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Try a Little Tenderness”
      --Charley Pride performs a medley of Hank Williams songs including "Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Hey Good Lookin’,” “Jambalaya" and “I Can’t Help It”
      --Dean Martin and cast -"Singing in the Rain” finale, which includes scenes from the 1952 MGM classic "Singing in the Rain."
      Also appearing:
      --Dennis Hopper
      --Charles Nelson Reilly
      --Leonard Barrmoreless
    • Carol Channing / Mike Connors
      Carol Channing / Mike Connors
      Season 8 - Episode 11
      12/7/72
      0.0
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin and the Dingalings – "Almost Like Being In Love."
      Carol Channing – "Brand New Key."
      Dean Martin and the Dingalings – Medley: "The Sun Is Shining" and "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows."
      Dean Martin – "On An Evening In Roma."
      The Dingalings – "Hands."
      Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Show Boat" (1951)
      Comedy includes:
      Carol Channing and Dean Martin in a sketch about a plant psychiatrist.moreless
    • Jackie Mason / Leslie Uggams / Allen & Rossi / Eddie Foy Jr.

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "A Marshmallow World"
      Steve Rossi: "My Lonely Room"
      Marty Allen & Steve Rossi: "Let's Face The Music And Dance"
      Leslie Uggams (with Jack Sperling on drums & dancers): Medley: "Fascinating Rhythm" / "Slap That Bass"
      Dean Martin & Leslie Uggams: Medley: "Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive" / "Clap Yo Hands" / "Snap Your Fingers"
      Dean Martin & dancers: "Playmates" Station Break Tease
      Dean & Ken at The Piano
      Dean Martin: "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face"
      Eddie Foy Jr. & dancers mime to "Standing On The Corner"
      Eddie Foy Jr. (accompanied in dancing by Barbara Perry): "Gigi" (comic version)
      Dean Martin & Eddie Foy Jr. tap-dance to "Tea For Two"
      Dean Martin, Leslie Uggams, Eddie Foy Jr., Marty Allen, Steve Rossi, Jackie Mason: Back Porch Medley: "Sing Along" / "On Moonlight Bay" / "Heart Of My Heart" / "When You Wore A Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose" / "Toot Toot Tootsie (Goodbye)" / "Ma (She's Making Eyes At Me" / "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover"

      Comedy:
      Marty Allen and Steve Rossi do a sketch about lion hunters.
      Jackie Mason talks about tax problems.

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    • Truman Capote (Celebrity Roast)
      Truman Capote (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 16
      1/25/74
      0.0
      Truman Capote Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Anna Moffo - “West Side Story” medley
      --Johnny Russell - “Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer”
      Also appearing:
      Rocky Graziano
      Ted Knight
      Anna Moffo
      Donald O'Connor
      Johnny Russell
      Jean Simmons
      Joseph Wambaugh
    • George Gobel / Vikki Carr / Phil Harris
      10/6/66
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Today Is Not the Day"
      Vikki Carr: "You're Gonna Hear from Me"; "Before the Parade Passes By"
      Dean Martin & Vikki Carr: "Them There Eyes"
      Dean's Girls dance around George Gobel to "St. Louis Blues"
      George Gobel: "That Old Irish Mother Of Mine"
      Dean Martin & George Gobel: "There's A Hole In the Bucket"
      Dean Martin: "Stars Fell On Alabama"
      Dean Martin & Phil Harris: "Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean"
      Old-Time Medley Finale: Dean Martin, Vikki Carr, Phil Harris, George Gobel, Dean's Girls: "Old Songs" / "Barney Google" / "Row, Row, Row" / "Who Takes Care Of The Caretaker's Daughter?" / "In The Evening By The Moonlight"

      Also appearing:
      --Brascia and Tybee

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    • Louis Prima / McGuire Sisters / Buddy Greco / Janet Blair
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Ol' Man River"
      --Louis Prima - "That's Life" and "Undecided"
      --Buddy Greco - "When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love" and "What Now, My Love?"
      --Janet Blair - "Thoroughly Modern Millie"
      --The McGuire Sisters - "Show Me"
      --Dean Martin and the McGuire Sisters - medley: "I'll Never Smile Again," "My Kind of Town," "Strangers in the Night," "Witchcraft," "High Hopes" and "All the Way"moreless
    • Petula Clark / Phyllis Diller / Jack Jones / Dino, Desi & Billy
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "If You Knew Susie"
      --Petula Clark - "Downtown" and "For All We Know"
      --Dino, Desi & Billy - "If You're Thinkin' What I'm Thinkin'"
      --Jack Jones - "The Mood I'm In," "Runnin' Wild" and "Lady"
      Also:
      --Phyllis Diller (comedian) - gives Dean Martin a tour of her kitchen.
      --Jackie Vernon (comedian)moreless
    • Keely Smith / Vincent Edwards
      Keely Smith / Vincent Edwards
      Season 2 - Episode 24
      3/2/67
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Love! Love! Love!"
      --Keely Smith - "A Lot of Livin' to Do" and "Gone with the Wind"
      --Vincent Edwards - "It's Not Unusual"
    • Janet Leigh / Phil Silvers / Eddy Arnold / Jeremy Vernon

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me"

      Janet Leigh: "Big Spender"

      Dean Martin & Janet Leigh: "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey"

      The Mills Brothers:"Opus One"

      Dean Martin & The Mills Brothers: "Paper Doll"

      Station Break Tease: Dean Martin & Dean's Girls: "Ten Little Indians"

      Dean Martin: "Green Green Grass of Home"

      Eddy Arnold: "Turn The World Around"

      Dean Martin & Eddy Arnold: Medley: "Lay Some Happiness On Me" / "Sometimes I'm Happy" / "Then I'll Be Happy" / "Just a Little Lovin'" / "Let the Good Times In"

      Dean Martin & Phil Silvers: Vaudeville Medley Finale: "Hello Hello" / "That Old Gang Of Mine" / "Sweet Adeline" / "My Buddy" / "Auld Lang Syne"

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    • Peggy Lee / Van Johnson / Homer and Jethro / John Barbour
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Pride" and "Release Me"
      --Peggy Lee - "Alfie" and "The Lonesome Road"
      --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - medley (please see "Recap" for song titles)
      --Van Johnson - "How Could You Believe Me?" (with dancers)
      --Van Johnson and Dean Martin - "Button Up Your Overcoat"
      --Homer and Jethro - "Yellow Rose of Texas" and "Let Me Go Lover"
      --Homer and Jethro with Dean Martin - "I've Got Tears in My Ears"
      Also appearing:
      --John Barbourmoreless
    • Ernest Borgnine / O.C. Smith
      Ernest Borgnine / O.C. Smith
      Season 8 - Episode 14
      12/28/72
      0.0
      Music:
      --O. C. Smith - “On a Clear Day”
      --Dean Martin - “Born to Lose”
      --Dean Martin and The Golddiggers - “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”
      --Dean Martin and cast - "For Me and My Gal” finale.
      Please see "Recap" for comedy sketches.
    • Gene Kelly / Steve Landesberg
      Gene Kelly / Steve Landesberg
      Season 8 - Episode 15
      1/4/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Welcome to My World”
      --Dean Martin and Gene Kelly - “There’s A Rainbow Round My Shoulder" and a "Girls" medley
      --Finale: Dean Martin and cast salute “Anchors Aweigh," the 1953 MGM musical which starred Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
      Also appearing:
      The Golddiggers
      Comedy:
      --In a "Make Love, Not War" sketch, Gene Kelly and Dean Martin play officers bombarded by chocolate-filled artillery shells.
      --A barbershop sketch covering the topic of Fidelity.moreless
    • Ronald Reagan (Celebrity Roast)
      Ronald Reagan (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 1
      9/14/73
      0.0
      Ronald Reagan celebrity roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin sings “Sitting on Top of the World" and “Smile”
      --Dean Martin joins Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson for a medley of country songs.
      Comedy sketch:
      --Dean Martin tries to break Mark of his milk drinking habit.
      Also appearing:
      Jack Benny
      Jonathan Wintersmoreless
    • Orson Welles / Charles Nelson Reilly / Don Rice
      1/14/71
      0.0
      --Orson Welles, in a dramatic monologue, recites the story of Noah.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin sings "Second Rose" and "April Showers"
      Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "Three Coins in the Fountain," "I Love Paris" and "A Foggy Day"
      --The Golddiggers - "Love the Way You Do Your Thing"
    • Dan Dailey / Gloria Loring / Paul Lynde / Don Rice
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Honey" and "Bumming Around"
      --Dean Martin and Dan Dailey - "When My Baby Smiles at Me"
      --Dan Dailey - "The Dance"
      --Gloria Loring - "Blame It on My Youth"
      --Dean Martin and Gloria Loring - "How About You?"
      Also appearing:
      --Paul Lynde (comedian, spoofing Superman and Clark Kent)
      --Don Rice (comedian)moreless
    • Jonathan Winters / Paul Lynde / Norm Crosby / Lonnie Shorr

      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin and the Dingalings – Medley: "Dixieland" and "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?"
      The Dingalings – "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Them There Eyes" and "Witchcraft."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Musical Questions
      Dean Martin - "The Small Expectation of Me."
      Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.
      Comedy:
      Jonathan Winters is a country bumpkin who thinks he can con Dean Martin.
      Jonathan Winters also plays an elderly man who's making a television appearance.moreless
    • Andy Griffith / Sammy Davis Jr. / Paul Lynde / Glenn Ash
      Music:

      Dean Martin: "(Open Up The Door) Let The Good Times In."

      Sammy Davis Jr.: "Wichita Lineman."

      Andy Griffith: "Lydia, the Tatooed Lady."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: "I Don't Know Why."

      Dean & Dean's Girls: "Let's Play" Musical Questions.

      Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.: Medley: "Sam's Song" / "What Kind Of Fool Am I" / "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" / "I've Gotta Be Me" / "Pennies From Heaven" / "Stay Away From My Door" / "Back In You Own Backyard" / "The Birth Of The Blues."

      Dean Martin, Dean's Girls & Cast: "Here We Go Again" Finale.

      Also appearing:

      Glenn Ash (comedian-singer)

      Comedy:

      Andy Griffith does a monologue about the birds and the bees.

      Paul Lynde plays a cocktail lounge pianist whose act is interrupted by noisy customers.
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    • Gina Lollobrigida / Orson Welles / George Gobel / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Red Sails in the Sunset" and "Almost Like Being in Love"
      --Gina Lollobrigida - "Give Him the Oo-La-La"
      --Orson Welles and Dean Martin - "Here's to You" --The Golddiggers (please see "Recap" for song titles)

      Also:
      --Orson Welles does a dramatic reading from Shakespeare's "Richard II"
      Plus:
      Comedy by George Gobel and Charles Nelson Reilly (please see "Recap" for details).moreless

    • Jimmy Stewart / Raquel Welch / Victor Borge
      4/24/69
      0.0
      Final new show of the 4th season. Music: --Dean Martin - "Gentle on My Mind," "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "Little Green Apples" --Raquel Welch - "Show Me" (with dancers) --The Golddiggers - "The Golddiggers' Rag" Also appearing: --Jimmy Stewart --Victor Borge
    • 5th Season Premiere: Goldie Hawn. Dennis Weaver, Dom DeLuise
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin - "Do You Believe This Town?"
      Goldie Hawn - "Star."
      Dennis Weaver - "Ya Got Trouble."
      Goldie Hawn - "I'll Never Fall In Love Again."
      Dean Martin – "Little Green Apples."
      Also appearing:
      Dom DeLuise (comedian).
    • Lena Horne / Sid Caesar / Victor Borge / Times Square Two
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Let the Good Times In" and "What Can I Say, Dear, After I Say I'm Sorry."
      Lena Horne - "Hello, Young Lovers."
      Times Square Two - "I've Got a Feeling for Ophelia."
      Dean Martin & Lena Horne – medley: "Welcome to My World," "Gentle On My Mind," "By The Time I Get To Phoenix," "Honey" and "Up, Up And Away."
      Also appearing:
      --Victor Borge
      --Sid Caesarmoreless
    • Bing Crosby / Eva Gabor / Dom DeLuise / Jack Gilford
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Somebody Stole My Gal" and "It's the Talk of the Town"
      --Bing Crosby - "The Straight Life"
      --Bing Crosby and Dean Martin - medley: "Then I'll Be Happy," "Mississippi Mud," "I'm A Ding Dong Daddy," "Gotta Date with An Angel," "Dig You Later" and "Let Me Sing and I'm Happy"
      Also appearing:
      --Eva Gabor
      --Jack Gilford
      --Dom DeLuisemoreless
    • Tony Bennett / Zero Mostel / Gloria Loring
      11/12/70
      0.0
      Guests:
      --Tony Bennett, Zero Mostel, Gloria Loring.
      Music:
      --Zero Mostel - “If I Were a Rich Man”
      --Tony Bennett - "Something" and “Here, There and Everywhere”
      --Tony Bennett and the Golddiggers - "Sing, You Sinners”
      --Tony Bennett and Dean Martin - medley of Broadway tunes
      --Dean Martin - “Is it True What They Say about Dixie?” and “Make the World Go Away”
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - “Strangers in the Night,” “In the Misty Moonlight" and “Blue Moon”
      --Dean Martin and Gloria Loring - Love song medley
      --Gloria Loring - “Honey Wind Blows”moreless
    • Lee J. Cobb / Buddy Ebsen / Clinger Sisters
      2/19/70
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Is It True What They Say About Dixie?” “What Can I Say After I Say I’m Sorry?”
      --Buddy Ebsen - “Shine on Your Shoes”
      --Dean Martin and The Clinger Sisters - “Getting to know You”
      Also appearing:
      --Lee J. Cobb
      --Charles Nelson Reilly
      --Jackie Vernon
    • Tony Martin / Caterina Valente / Allen & Rossi / Russ Lewis
      Guests:
      --Tony Martin
      --Caterina Valente
      --Russ Lewis
      --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (comedy team)
      Music:
      --Tony Martin and Dean Martin perform "There Is Nothing Like A Dame", "I Could Write A Book", "I've Got You Under My Skin", "I Get A Kick Out of You", "You Make Me Feel So Young" and "They Can't Take That Away From Me"moreless
    • Bing Crosby / Lena Horne / Dom DeLuise
      10/19/67
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "On a Slow Boat to China" and "You Made Me Love You"
      --Bing Crosby and Dean Martin - "Give Me the Simple Life" and a medley of Al Jolson songs.
      --Lena Horne - "Softly As I Leave You" and "You'd Better Love Me"
      --Lena Horne and Dean Martin - "Bummin' Around"
      --Lena Horne, Bing Crosby and Dean Martin - medley (please see "Recap" for song titles).
      Comedy:
      --Dom DeLuise plays an unbearably courteous caddy who tries the patience of golfers Bing Crosby and Dean Martin. Sketch includes a cameo by golfer Byron Nelson.moreless
    • Phil Silvers / Henny Youngman / Morgana King / Helen Grayco
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Is it True What They Say About Dixie?"
      --Helen Grayco performs "The Mood I'm In" and "For Once In My Life"
      --Helen Grayco and Dean Martin - "Walking My Baby Back Home" and "Would You Like to Take a Walk"
      --Morgana King - "I Have Loved Me A Man"
      --Morgana King and Dean Martin - "So Long," "Now Is the Hour" and "Auld Lang Syne"
      Also appearing:
      --Phil Silvers
      --Henny Youngman
      Need to verify:
      --Shelley Berman (may not have appeared this week)moreless
    • Jonathan Winters / Lisa Kirk
      Jonathan Winters / Lisa Kirk
      Season 8 - Episode 23
      3/8/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “C’est Magnifique”
      --Dean Martin and Lisa Kirk - “I Wish I Were in Love Again”
      --The Ding-a-Lings - “Use Me”
      --Finale: Dean Martin and cast do a tribute to “Silk Stockings," the 1957 MGM classic starring Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse, Peter Lorre, Jules Munshin and Janis Paige.
      Comedy:
      --Jonathan Winters does some of his trademark improvisational comedy. In sketches he plays a gas station attendant and an uptight farmer who pulls his daughter out of a chorus line.moreless
    • Phil Silvers / Dom DeLuise / Norm Crosby / Leonard Barr
      Musical Numbers:
      Dean Martin, Phil Silvers, Dom DeLuise and The Dingalings - "Comedy Tonight" and "Make 'em Laugh."
      The Dingalings - "The Look of Love."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Imagination" and "Something's Gotta Give."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Musical Questions
      Dean Martin - "Release Me."
      Dean Martin, Phil Silvers, Dom DeLuise and The Dingalings - "Everybody Ought to Have a Maid."
      Dean Martin - "Red Sails in the Sunset."
      Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.

      Also appearing:
      Norm Crosby
      Leonard Barr
      Comedy Skits:
      Phil Silvers plays a salesman trying to pursuade hospital patient Kay Medford into buying a cemetary plot.
      Other sketches cover such diverse topics as sex education, Julius Caesar, and well-known inventors.moreless
    • Gene Kelly / Gilbert O'Sullivan / Steve Landesberg
      Musical Numbers:

      Dean Martin, Gene Kelly & The Dingaing Sisters: "When You're Smiling" / "I Want To Be Happy."

      Dean Martin & Kitty (Joy Hawkins): "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To."

      The Dingaling Sisters: Club Dingaling Intro

      Gilbert O'Sullivan: "Alone Again (Naturally)."

      Dean Martin & Gilbert O'Sullivan: "Gentle On My Mind."

      Gene Kelly recreates his song-and-dance performance of "Singin' In The Rain" from the MGM movie musical of the same title.

      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "L-O-V-E" / "I Love The Way You Do Your Thing"

      Dean Martin: "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head."

      The Dingaling Sisters: "Four Of A Kind."

      Dean Martin & Cast: "At The Movies" Finale pays tribute to the MGM musical An American in Paris (1951).

      Series regulars:
      Rodney Dangerfield.
      Dom DeLuise.
      Nipsey Russell.
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    • Tony Bennett / Florence Henderson / Dino, Desi & Billy / Bob Newhart

      Musical Segments:

      Dean Martin: "Here Comes My Baby"

      Florence Henderson: Medley: "I've Told Ev'ry Little Star" / "Beyond the Blue Horizon" / "The Continental" / "We're In The Money"

      Dean Martin & Florence Henderson: Dancing Medley: "Steppin' Out With My Baby" / "Hernando's Hideaway" / "Sway" / "Cheek To Cheek" / "Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry" / "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?"

      Dino, Desi & Billy (Dean Paul Martin, Desi Arnaz, Jr. & Billy Hinsche): "My What A Shame"

      Dean & Dean's Girls: Station Break Tease: "Top Hat, White Tie And Tails"

      Dean Martin: "Pennies From Heaven"

      Dean Martin & Dean Paul Martin: "Small Fry"

      Tony Bennett: "Fool of Fools"; "For Once in My Life"

      Dean Martin & Tony Bennett: Medley of songs with women's names in their titles: "There Is Nothing Like A Dame" / "Dolores" / "Sweet Lorraine" / "Mimi" / "Sweet Sue" / "If You Knew Susie" / "Mame"

      Cast & Jack Halloran's Choir: "Wonderful, Wonderful Television" Finale

      Also appearing:

      Bob Newhart - does a comedy monologue in which Sir Walter Raleigh explains tobacco to the English.
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    • Norm Crosby / Alice Faye / Phil Harris / Julius LaRosa
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad" and "What Can I Say Dear, After I Say I'm Sorry"
      --Alice Faye - medley of Lillian Russell songs ("Give My Regards to Broadway," "I Don't Care" and "Darktown Strutter's Ball")
      --Alice Faye and Dean Martin - "You'll Never Know"
      --Phil Harris - "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"
      --Julius La Rosa - "On A Clear Day"
      --Julius LaRosa and Dean Martin - "Vino or Cappucino"
      --The Kids Next Door - "One of Those Songs" and "If You Knew Susie"
      Also appearing:
      --Norm Crosby
      --Yonely (comic musician)moreless
    • Danny Thomas / Charo
      Danny Thomas / Charo
      Season 8 - Episode 7
      11/2/72
      0.0
      Music:

      Dean Martin and The Dingalings: "Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina."

      The Dingalings: "How'd You Like A Pussycat?" (Club Dingaling intro to Rodney Dangerfield).

      Dean, Danny Thomas & Charo: Medley: "A-You're Adorable," "Harrigan," "Massachusetts," "Hernando's Hideaway," "The Rain In Spain" and "Toot Toot Tootsie."

      Dean Martin and The Dingalings: Medley: "Somebody Loves Me" and "(I Love You) Don't You Forget It."

      Dean Martin: "As Time Goes By."

      The Movies Finale pays musical tribute to the 1953 MGM film "The Band Wagon."


      Comedy:

      Dean and Danny play doctors educated at the not-very-prestigious Burbank U. Their patient: The Dean Martin Show's long-time Musical Director, Lee Hale, making a very rare on-camera appearance.

      On their way to Las Vegas, Danny Thomas, Dean Martin and Dom DeLuise find themselves lost in the desert.moreless
    • Bob Newhart / Steve Landesberg
      Bob Newhart / Steve Landesberg
      Season 8 - Episode 16
      1/11/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “It Just Happened That Way”
      --Dean Martin, Bob Newhart and the Ding-a-Lings - “Pennies from Heaven”
      --Finale: Dean Martin and guests salute "The Jolson Story," with film clips from the 1946 movie starring Larry Parks and Evelyn Keyes.
      Comedy:
      --Bob Newhart and Dean Martin are tracing the source of an obscene phone call.
      --At the license bureau, a man has to take an unusual test before they'll issue a marriage license.moreless
    • Steve Lawrence / Dick Martin
      Steve Lawrence / Dick Martin
      Season 8 - Episode 17
      1/18/73
      0.0

      Music:
      -- Dean Martin, Steve Lawrence & Dick Martin: "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams"
      -- The Dingalings: "I Am Woman"
      -- Dean Martin & The Dingalings: Medley: "Ain't Misbehavin'" / "Nice 'n' Easy"
      -- Steve Lawrence: "More"
      -- Dean Martin & Steve Lawrence: "Love" medley: "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" / "Almost Like Being In Love" / "Taking A Chance On Love"
      -- Dean Martin: "Young at Heart"
      -- Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," the 1948 movie starring Frank Sinatra, Esther Williams, Gene Kelly, Betty Garrett and Jules Munshin

      Comedy:
      --A bigamy trial with seven women all claiming to be Dean's wife.

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    • Ginger Rogers / Norm Crosby / Leonard Barr
      3/1/73
      0.0

      Music:
      -- Dean Martin - "Just in Time"
      -- Ginger Rogers - "Hey, Look Me Over"
      -- The Dingalings - "Good Vibrations"
      -- Dean Martin & The Dingalings: Medley: "It's Only A Paper Moon" / "I Believe In You"
      -- Movies Finale pays musical tribute to: "Deep in My Heart," a 1954 MGM film which starred Rosemary Clooney, Jose Ferrer, Gene Kelly, Ann Miller and Jane Powell.

      Comedy:
      --Dean Martin and Ginger Rogers play an airline pilot husband and his flight attendant wife who bring their work home.
      --Norm Crosby and Leonard Barr do comedy monologues covering topics such as gambling and apathy.

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    • Florence Henderson / Jack Jones / Kaye Stevens
      1/5/67
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Let the Good Times In"
      --Florence Henderson - "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" and "Love Makes the World Go Round" --Florence Henderson and Dean Martin - "Ain't We Got Fun?" and "Put on a Happy Face"
      --Jack Jones - "Treat Me Rough"
      --Jack Jones and Dean Martin - "Detour"
      --Kaye Stevens - "Red River Valley" and "Get Out of Town"
      --Kaye Stevens and Dean Martin - "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone"moreless
    • Gene Krupa / Carol Lawrence / Liberace / Bob Newhart
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Somewhere There's a Someone"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "That Old Feeling"
      --Dean Martin and Dom DeLuise - "That's Amore"
      --Dean Martin and Carol Lawrence - "Somebody Loves Me"
      --Carol Lawrence - "Falling in Love with Love"
      --Liberace - "Mack the Knife"
      --Gene Krupa (drummer with his jazz quartet) - "Sing, Sing, Sing"
      --Bob Newhart, Dean Martin, Liberace and Dom DeLuise - "It's Better with a Union Man"

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    • Joseph Campanella / Ruth Buzzi / Gail Martin
      3/15/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Pardon”
      --Dean Martin, Ruth Buzzi and Joe Campanella - “Too Marvelous for Words”
      --Finale: Dean Martin and cast salute “Best Foot Forward," a 1943 MGM film starring June Allyson, Lucille Ball, Gloria DeHaven, Harry James, William Gaxton and Nancy Walker.
      Comedy:
      --Ruth Buzzi, as her Laugh-In character Gladys Ormphby, accuses Dean Martin of attacking her in a dark alley.
      --Barbershop sketch - Joeseph Campanella joins the barbershop gang for a discussion of street crime.moreless
    • Peggy Lee / Dale Robertson / Paul Lynde / Morty Gunty / Paula Kelly
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me" and "S'posin'."
      Peggy Lee - "Is That All There Is?"
      Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - "Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah," "I Got Rhythm" and "Beer Barrel Polka."
      Dale Robertson - "Help Yourself."
      Paula Kelly (singer-dancer) - "Two-Faced Woman."
      Paula Kelly and Dean Martin - "Would You Like to Take a Walk?"
      Dean Martin, Dale Robertson and Diane Davis – "The Wild, WIld West."
      Also appearing:
      Paul Lynde
      Morty Guntymoreless
    • Leo Durocher (Celebrity Roast)
      Leo Durocher (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 15
      1/18/74
      0.0
      Leo Durocher Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “I’m Sitting on Top of the World,” “I Walk the Line" and “Georgia Sunshine”
      --Gladys Knight & the Pips - “Midnight Train to Georgia”
    • Zsa Zsa Gabor (Celebrity Roast)
      Zsa Zsa Gabor (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 14
      1/11/74
      0.0
      Zsa Zsa Gabor Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “The Small Exception of Me”
      --Dean Martin, Buddy Hackett, Donald O’Connor, Charles Nelson Reilly - “Along Came Jones”
      Comedy:
      --A "Wide World of Sports" spoof with Dean Martin as a bullfighter and Buddy Hackett as the bull.
    • Stanley Holloway / Jack Gilford / Gail Martin
      10/12/67
      0.0

      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Blue Blue Day" and "It's the Talk of the Town"
      --Dean Martin sings "High Hopes" (to a Little League baseball team)
      --Gail Martin - 'Sing' medley
      --Stanley Holloway - "Fish 'n' Chips" (with dancers)
      --Stanley Holloway and Dean Martin - "It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo" and "With a Little Big of Luck"

      Also appearing:
      --Jack Gilford

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    • Michael Landon / Pat Crowley / Charles Nelson Reilly / Shecky Greene
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Where or When" and "A Hundred Years from Today"
      --Michael Landon - "Son of a Travelin' Man"
      --Michael Landon and Dean Martin - "Gotta Travel On"
      --Pat Crowley - "Always True to You in My Fashion"
      --Pat Crowley and Dean Martin - "Let's Do It"
      Also appearing:
      --Charles Nelson Reilly
      --Shecky Greenemoreless
    • Connie Francis / Phil Harris / Don Cherry
      2/23/67
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?"
      --Connie Francis - "Cute Little Mini Skirt" and "Chella Lia" and "Al di La"
      --Connie Francis and Dean Martin - "Yankee Doodle Boy," "My Old Kentucky Home," Indiana," "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" and "California, Here I Come"
      --Phil Harris - "Philly Boy" and "That's Life"
      --Don Cherry - "There Goes Everything"moreless
    • Shirley Bassey / Kate Smith / The Baja Marimba Band
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Come Running Back"
      --Shirley Bassey and Dean Martin - "Pennies from Heaven" and "April Showers"
      --Kate Smith - "The Hostess with the Mostes'," "It's Today" and "The Impossible Dream"
      --Kate Smith and Dean Martin - "In the Cool, Cool of the Evening," "Are You Having Any Fun?" "It's a Grand Night for Singing" and "Roll Out the Barrel"
      --The Baja Marimba Band - "Gay Ranchero"moreless
    • Leslie Uggams / Paul Lynde / Norm Crosby / Lennie Shorr
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face”
      --Leslie Uggams - "New World Comin’”
      --Dean Martin and Leslie Uggams - medley: “Back in Your Own Backyard,” “When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin’ Along,” “I Love You So Much It Hurts,” Hurts So Bad,” “Body and Soul,” “I’m old Fashioned" and “Spinning Wheel”
      --The Ding-a-Lings: “Easy to Love”moreless
    • Juliet Prowse / Ruth Buzzi / Jerry Collins / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Music:
      --Juliet Prowse - "Don't Rain On My Parade"
      --Juliet Prowse and Dean Martin - medley: "Love Is a Good Foundation" and "L.O.V.E."
      --Dean Martin - "Return To Me"
      Also appearing:
      --Ruth Buzzi
      --Charles Nelson Reilly (comedian-actor)
      --Jerry Collins (comedian)
    • Debbie Reynolds / Marty Feldman / Paul Lynde
      2/11/71
      0.0

      Music:

      Dean Martin: "Somebody Stole My Gal."

      Debbie Reynolds: Medley: "Carolina In The Mornin'" / "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" / "When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam" / "Sweet Georgia Brown" / "Me and My Shadow."

      Dean & Ken at The Piano.

      Dean Martin: "Together Again."

      Dean Martin & Debbie Reynolds: "A Couple of Swells."

      Dean Martin, Debbie Reynolds, Paul Lynde & The Golddiggers: "Everybody's Got A Song" (singing impressions and parodies).

      Dean Martin & The Golddiggers: "Welcome To My World" Medley: "It Happened In Monterey" / "South Of The Border" / "Red Sails In The Sunset".

      Comedy skits:

      "In Trouble with the Law" features Debbie Reynolds as a seductive dancer.

      A "Fantastic Voyage" spoof with a miniaturized Paul Lynde taking viewers on an internal tour of a President's body.

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    • Vince Edwards / Roger Miller / Gloria Loring / Phil Harris
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Bye Bye Blackbird" and "Real Live Girl"
      --Vincent Edwards - "Don't Give Up"
      --Phil Harris - "The Bare Necessities"
      --Roger Miller - "Orange Blossom Special" (on fiddle) and "What I'd Give to Be the Wind"
      --Gloria Loring - "I Stayed Too Long at the Fair"

      Also appearing:
      --Stanley Myron Handelman

    • Lorne Greene / Juliet Prowse / Barbara Heller
      10/3/68
      0.0
      Guests:
      --Lorne Greene --Juliet Prowse --Barbara Heller --Sammy Shore --Don DeLuise
    • Jimmy Stewart / Caterina Valente / Dom DeLuise
      12/5/68
      0.0
      Music: --Jimmy Stewart - plays "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" on piano --Caterina Valente - "It Might as Well Be Spring" --Dean Martin - "Someday" and "Born to Lose" Also appearing: --Dom DeLuise --Stanley Myron Handelman
    • Monty Hall (Celebrity Roast)
      Monty Hall (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 12
      12/14/73
      0.0
      Monty Hall Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin and Gene Kelly - “You Are My Sunshine”
      --Gene Kelly and the Golddiggers - “Count on Me”
      --Doug Dillard and the Golddiggers - "Banjo Man"
      --The Golddiggers - “Open Up Your Heart”
    • Petula Clark / Peter Graves / Gale Gordon
      1/8/70
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “The Birds and the Bees" and “The Green, Green Grass of Home”
      --Peter Graves sings “Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries”
      --Petula Clark - “Don’t Sleep in the Subway" and "You and I”
      --Petula Clark and Dean Martin - medley (please see "Recap")

      Also:
      Gale Gordon appears in a comedy sketch (please see "Recap")moreless

    • Carroll O'Connor / Vikki Carr / Ruth Buzzi
      9/23/71
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin & Vikki Carr: "Proud Mary" / "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans"
      The Dingaling Sisters: unknown
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley
      Vikki Carr: "If I Were Your Woman"
      Dean Martin & Vikki Carr: "Rainbows Are Back In "
      Dean Martin: "Detroit City"
      Dean Martin & Cast: Finale

      Comedy:
      A "Pocahontas" spoof with Ruth Buzzi as the Native American princess, Dean as Capt. John Smith, and Carroll O'Connor as a bigot (reminiscent of his Archie Bunker character on "All in the Family").

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    • Florence Henderson / Morgana King / Avery Schreiber
      Music: --Dean Martin - "If You Knew Susie" and "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" --Florence Henderson - "Play, Fiddle, Play" and "Gypsy Love Song" --Morgana King - "When the World Was Young" Also appearing: --Dom DeLuise --Shecky Greene --Avery Schreiber
    • Ed McMahon (Celebrity Roast)
      Ed McMahon (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 3
      9/28/73
      0.0
      Ed McMahon Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Return to Me”
      --Dionne Warwick - “You’ll Never Get to Heaven”
      --Charlie Rich (country music singer)
      --Doug Dillard (country singer)
      Comedy sketches:
      --Ernest Borgnine plays a door-to-door "Ravon" salesman who stops at Dean's house.
      --Also, Ernest Borgnine and Dean Martin are frantic robbers trying to hold up Dom DeLuise's butcher shop.
      --Dom DeLuise is a practical joker who owns a novelty toy shop.
      Also appearing:
      --Charo
      --Pat Buttrammoreless
    • William Conrad (Celebrity Roast)
      William Conrad (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 4
      10/5/73
      0.0
      William Conrad Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “C’est Magnifique”
      --Dean Martin and Petula Clark - "It’s a Good Day”
      Comedy bits:
      --In a mix-up, Bob Newhart makes arrangements to bury his deceased uncle...in a pet cemetery.
      --In a bar sketch, Bob Newhart plays a friendly, but intoxicated, customer.moreless
    • Lou Rawls / Virna Lisi / Orson Welles / Rocky Graziano / Don Rice III
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad" and "Stars Fell on Alabama"
      --Lou Rawls - "Make the World Go Away"
      --Lou Rawls and Dean Martin - medley (please see Recap)
      --Virna Lisi - No Boom Boom"
      --Rocky Graziano (former middleweight champion) - "My Fortune is My Face"
      --Orson Welles and Dean Martin - "Give Me the Simple Life"

      Also appearing:
      --Don Rice III (comedian)moreless

    • Fran Jeffries / George Gobel / Frank Sinatra Jr.
      1/2/69
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Where or When" and "Red Sails in the Sunset" --Frank Sinatra Jr. - "Let's Face the Music and Dance" --Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. - medley: "They Can't Take That Away from Me," "I Could Write a Book," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Too Marvelous for Words," "I Get a Kick Out of You" and "You Make Me Feel So Young"
      --Fran Jeffries - "It Had Better Be Tonight" and "What Is A Woman?"

      Also appearing:
      George Gobel
      Gene Baylos
      Dom DeLuisemoreless

    • Wilt Chamberlain (Celebrity Roast)
      11/9/73
      0.0
      Wilt Chamberlain is roasted by Dean Martin and others.
      Also on this show:
      --Dean Martin sings "Young At Heart"
      --Ferlin Husky and Dean Martin sing a medley ("Down by the Riverside," "Rosie Cries A Lot," "Houston" and "Ramblin' Rose")
    • Marty Feldman / Odia Coates / Ronnie Corbett & Ronnie Barker
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Sweetheart" & "A Hundred Years from Today"
      --Odia Coates - "Smiling Phases"
      --The Ding-a-Lings - "Soul Cookin'"
      Also appearing:
      --Marty Feldman
      --Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker (comedy team)
    • Orson Welles / Caterina Valente / Jack Gilford / Leonard Barr
      Guests:
      --Orson Welles
      --Caterina Valente
      --Jack Gilford
      --Leonard Barr
    • Sid Caesar / Lou Rawls / Ray Stevens / Gail Martin
      Guests:
      --Sid Caesar
      --Lou Rawls
      --Gail Martin
      --Ray Stevens
      --Stanley Myron Handelman
    • Peggy Lee / Tommy Tune / Albert Brooks / Dom DeLuise
      Guests:
      Peggy Lee, Tommy Tune, Dom DeLuise, Albert Brooks and Art Metrano.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" and "Green, Green Grass of Home"
      --Peggy Lee - "Almost Like Being in Love" and "Watch What Happens"
      --Dean Martin and Peggy Lee - "I Love Being Here with You" and "Manana"
      --Tommy Tune - "Sam, You Made the Pants Too Long"moreless
    • Diahann Carroll / Charles Nelson Reilly
      2/18/71
      0.0
      Music:
      --Diahann Carroll - "Fire and Rain"
      --Diahann Carroll and Dean Martin - "Nice Work if You Can Get It," "Cuddle Up a Little Closer," "Will You Still Be Mine?" "Let the Rest of the World Go By" and "I'm Sitting on Top of the World"
      --The Golddiggers - "Tennessee Bird Walk"
    • Shirley Jones / Paul Lynde / Shecky Greene / Don Cherry
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I'm Sitting on Top of the World" and "Always"
      --Shirley Jones and Dean Martin - medley: "Oh, You Beautiful Doll," "Someone to Watch over Me" and "Lovely to Look At"
      --Shirley Jones - "For Once in My Life"
      --Don Cherry - "To Think You've Chosen Me"
      --Karen Wyman (teenage singer)
      Also appearing:
      --Paul Lynde
      --Shecky Greenemoreless
    • George Burns / Phil Harris / Susan Barrett
      12/12/68
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Little Old Wine Drinker, Me" and "Let the Rest of the World Go By"
      --George Burns - medley: "With a Little Help from My Friends" & "Ain't Misbehavin'"
      --Phil Harris - Gentle on My Mind" --Susan Barrett - "When I'm Not Near the Boy I Love"

      Also appearing:
      --Barbara Heller (comedian)moreless

    • Eddie Albert / Alice Faye / Phil Harris / Jan Murray
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Wallpaper Roses"
      --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home"
      --Eddie Albert and Dean Martin - "Ballin' the Jack"
      --Eddie Albert - "A Smile Is Just a Frown Turned Upside Down" and "Don't Think Twice"
      --Alice Faye and Dean Martin - "You're a Sweetheart"
      --Alice Faye - "You Can't Have Everything," "This Year's Kisses," "You Turned the Tables on Me" and "When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam"
      --Phil Harris - "South Rampart Street Parade"
      --Dean Martin and guests - "Slumming on Park Avenue" and "A Couple of Swells"
      Also appearing:
      --Jan Murray (comedian)moreless
    • Redd Foxx (Celebrity Roast)
      Redd Foxx (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 20
      3/1/74
      0.0

      Redd Foxx Celebrity Roast
      Guests include:
      Demond Wilson
      Slappy White
      John Barbour
      Jim Bailey
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin: “It’s the Talk of the Town”
      Dean Martin: "Oh, You Beautiful Doll"
      Dean Martin & Michelle DellaFave: Medley: "(Open Up The Door) Let The Good Times In" / "Crying Time" / "Party Dolls And Wine"

    • Tony Bennett / Elke Sommer / David Frye
      10/31/68
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Somebody Stold My Gal" and "I'm Confessin'"
      --Tony Bennett - "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" and "Just in Time"
      --Elke Sommer and Dean Martin - medley: "Side by Side," "Gimme a Little Kiss, Will Ya Huh?" and "It's Been a Long Long Time"

      Also appearing:
      --David Frye (comedian, impressionist) --Skiles and Henderson (comedy team) --The Golddiggers (troupe of singers-dancers)moreless

    • Sid Caesar / Marty Robbins / Barbara Anderson / Gale Gordon / Alice Ghostly
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I'm Sitting on Top of the World," "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "Young at Heart"
      --Barbara Anderson (actress, from "Ironside") - "Hello, I Love You, Good-Bye"
      --Marty Robbins - "Camelia"
      --Dean Martin and Barbara Anderson - medley
      --Dean Martin and Marty Robbins - country medley
      Also appearing:
      --Sid Caesar
      --Gale Gordon
      --Alice Ghostleymoreless
    • Mike Connors / Dr. Joyce Brothers / Ruth Buzzi / Bobbi Martin
      Music:
      --Mike Connors and Dean Martin sing "When You're Hot, You're Hot"
      --Dean Martin - "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beacoup"
      --Bobbi Martin and Dean Martin - "Singing the Blues" and "Blue, Blue Day"
      --Bobbi Martin - "The Happening"
      Comedy sketches:
      --Dr. Joyce Brothers tries to analyze her patient Dean.
      --Mike Connors plays one of the Andrews Sisters.
      --Ruth Buzzi plays a flight attendant on the verge of suicide.moreless
    • Shirley Jones / Peter Falk / Joe Namath / Kenny Rogers & the First Edition

      Guests:
      Peter Falk, Shirley Jones, Joe Namath, Kenny Rogers & the First Edition, and Paul Lynde

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Heart Over Mind"
      Shirley Jones: "On the Road"
      Dean Martin & Shirley Jones: "Bidin' My Time"
      Kenny Rogers and The First Edition: "Tell It All, Brother"
      Dean Martin & Kenny Rogers and the First Edition: "Hey, Good Lookin'"
      Dean Martin: "Turn the World Around"
      Dean Martin & The Golddiggers: "Welcome To My World" Medley: "Everything is Beautiful" / "Gentle on My Mind" / "Little Green Apples"

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    • Elke Sommer / Frank Sinatra Jr. / Deana Martin / Don Rice III

      Guests:
      Elke Sommer, Frank Sinatra Jr., Deana Martin (Dean's daughter), Charles Nelson Reilly and Don Rice III.
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin: "They Didn't Believe Me"
      Elke Sommer: "It's Saturday Afternoon"
      Elke Sommer, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Charles Nelson Reilly: "Shall We Dance"
      Dean Martin and Elke Sommer: A medley of 'Alphabet' songs
      Dean Martin & Dean's Girls: Musical Questions
      Dean Martin:"I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"
      Frank Sinatra Jr.: "I Concentrate on You"
      Deana Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr.: "Darn It, Baby, That's Love"
      Dean Martin, Deana Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr.: "The Glory of Love"

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    • Vince Edwards / Morgana King / Billy DeWolf / Linda Bennett
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Second Hand Rose" and "Always"
      --Vince Edwards - "Song-and-Dance Man"
      --Vince Edwards and Dean Martin - "The Honeymoon Is Over"
      --Morgana King - "I Have Loved Me a Man"
      --Morgana King and Dean Martin - "So Long," "Now Is the Hour" and "Auld Lang Syne"
      --Linda Bennett - "Goody-Goody"
      --The Kids Next Door (singing troupe) - "Fortuosity"
      Also appearing:
      --Billy De Wolfe
      --Colvin and Wilder (comedy team)moreless
    • Eddie Albert / Dom DeLuise / Linda Bennett / Georgie Kaye
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Stars Fell on Alabama" and "Do You Believe This Town?"
      --Dean Martin and Linda Bennett - "Nevertheless"
      --Eddie Albert - "John Henry"
      --Linda Bennett - "Blues in the Night"
      Also appearing:
      --Dom DeLuise
      --Georgie Kaye
    • Eva Gabor / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Eva Gabor / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Season 7 - Episode 22
      2/24/72
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Party Dolls and Wine”
      --Eva Gabor and Dean Martin - "Oh, You Beautiful Doll” and “The Lady is a Tramp”
      --The Ding-a-Lings - "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" and “Last Summer”
      Comedy:
      In a fairy tale sketch, Eva Gabor plays Snow White.
    • William Conrad / Lonnie Shorr
      William Conrad / Lonnie Shorr
      Season 8 - Episode 21
      2/22/73
      0.0

      Music:
      -- Dean Martin - "Where or When"
      -- William Conrad: "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face"
      -- The Dingalings - "Reflections"
      -- Dean Martin & The Dingalings: Medley: "Nice Work If You Can Get It" / "These Foolish Things"
      -- Movies Finale pays tribute to: "Kismet," the 1955 MGM musical starring Howard Keel, Ann Blyth, and Vic Damone.

      Comedy:
      --Barbershop sketch with a discussion of polygamy.
      --"The Cheating Game" takes a look at how a TV game show host confronts his cheating wife.

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    • Britt Ekland / Godfrey Cambridge / Ruth Buzzi / Dom DeLuise / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Guests:
      Britt Ekland (credited as Britt Eklund), Godfrey Cambridge, Ruth Buzzi, Dom DeLuise and Charles Nelson Reilly.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Detroit City" and “I’m Confessin’”
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - “More,” “I Will" and “Honey”
      --Dean Martin, Ruth Buzzi, Dom DeLuise, Charles Nelson Reilly and Ken Lane - “Somebody Loves Me”
      --Dean Martin and guests - "A Little Tin Box”moreless
    • Jonathan Winters / Dan Rowan / Lonnie Shorr
      12/23/71
      0.0
      Guests:
      Jonathan Winters, Dan Rowan, Lonnie Shorr
      Series regulars:
      Ken Lane, Kay Medford, Lou Jacobi, the Ding-a-Lings, Marian Mercer and Tom Bosley.
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin and Jonathan Winters - "Walkin’ My Baby Back Home" and "My Baby Just Cares for Me."
      The Dingalings - "I Feel the Earth Move."
      Dean Martin and the Dingalings - "That Old Feeling" and "Too Close for Comfort."
      Kay Medford and Lou Jacobi - "I’ll Never Be Jealous Again."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Musical Questions
      Dean Martin - "Marshmallow World."
      Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.
      Comedy includes:
      Jonathan Winters plays a wisecracking Santa.moreless
    • Art Carney / Caterina Valente / Jeannine Burnier
      1/6/72
      0.0
      Show #197
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "What's Yesterday?"
      --Caterina Valente - "Sun on My Face"
      --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - "Where or When," "My Melancholy Baby" and "Time and Love:"
      Also appearing:
      --Art Carney
      --Jeannine Burnier
    • Robert Goulet / Gisele MacKenzie / Deana Martin
      12/8/66
      0.0

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Cold Cold Heart"
      Robert Goulet: "I'll Take Romance"
      Dean Martin & Robert Goulet: "Breezin' Along with the Breeze"
      Dean Martin: "The Things We Did Last Summer"
      Gisele MacKenzie: "Mrs. Worthington"
      Dean Martin: "You Are My Lucky Star"
      Dean Martin & Deana Martin (making her TV singing debut): "Side by Side"
      Dean Martin, Robert Goulet, Gisele MacKenzie, Jonathan Winters: "Silent Movie" Finale

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    • Dionne Warwick / Marty Feldman / Vince Edwards / Rocky Graziano
      Guests:
      Dionne Warwick, Marty Feldman, Vince Edwards and Rocky Graziano.
      Music:
      --Dionne Warwick - “Paper Mache”
      --Dean Martin and Dionne Warwick - “Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive" and a medley of Love songs.
      --Dean Martin - “Once a Day" and “Tips of My Fingers”
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "Born Free,” “I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am" and “Release Me”
      --Rocky Graziano - "Treat Me Rough”moreless
    • Jimmy Stewart / Leslie Uggams / Dom DeLuise / Albert Brooks
      Guests:
      Jimmy Stewart, Leslie Uggams, Dom DeLuise, Danny Lockin, Albert Brooks, Jan Daley.
      Comedy:
      --Jimmy Stewart does impersonations. He also appears in a skit with Dean Martin and Dom DeLuise.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I Will" & "Hands Across the Table"
      --Leslie Uggams - “Louisville Lou”
      --Dean Martin and Leslie Uggams - medley: “Basin Street,” “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans,” “Mississippi Mud,” “Waitin’ for the Robert E. Lee" and “Swanee”
      --Danny Lockin - “Dancing”
      --Jan Daley - “The Other Man’s Grass is Always Greener”moreless
    • Mike Connors / Ruth Buzzi / Laurie Ichino / Dom DeLuise
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am" and "Home"
      Mike Connors, Dean Martin and Dom DeLuise - "Style"
      --Dean Martin and Laurie Ichino - "I Got Rhythm"
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers perform a medley of songs (Please see "Recap" for song titles)
      Comedy:
      Please see "Recap" for comedy sketches.moreless
    • Eva Gabor / Joey Heatherton / Joe Frazier / Norm Crosby / Paul Lynde
      Guests:
      Eva Gabor, Joey Heatherton, Joe Frazier, Norm Crosby and Paul Lynde.
      Music:
      --Joey Heatherton - "Mad about the Boy” and a medley of Burt Bacharach songs.
      --Dean Martin, Eva Gabor, Joey Heatherton and Paul Lynde - “Wanting You”
      --Eva Gabor - “To Keep My Love Alive”
      --Joe Frazier - “Answer Me”
      --Dean Martin and Joe Frazier - “Makin’ Whoopee”
      --Dean Martin - "Red, Red, Robin” and “Try a Little Tenderness”moreless
    • Dennis Weaver / Bob Newhart / Bobbie Martin
      1/7/71
      0.0
      Music:
      Dean Martin - "Georgia Sunshine."
      Dennis Weaver - "Another Way."
      Dean Martin and Dennis Weaver - "Don't Fence Me In."
      Dean Martin - "How Deep Is the Ocean?"
      Dean Martin and Bobbi Martin – 'Country' Medley: "She's A Little Bit Country," "Anytime," "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love WIth You)" and "Just A Little Lovin'."
      "Everybody's Got A Little Song" with Dean Martin, Dennis Weaver, Bob Newhart and Bobbi Martin.
      Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "Welcome To My World" Medley: "You Always Hurt the One You Love," "Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You" and "The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else."

      Comedy:
      --Bob Newhart and Dean Martin play newsmen reporting from a nudist colony.
      --Bob Newhart does a comedy monologue wondering what would happen if food were banned.moreless
    • Glenn Ford / Barbara Feldon / Charles Nelson Reilly / Lancelot Link & The Evolution Revolution
      Guests:
      --Glenn Ford, Barbara Feldon, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Lancelot Link and Evolution Revolution (musical chimps from the "Lancelot Link" TV series)
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Invisible Tears" and “Don’t Blame Me”
      --Barbara Feldon - "100 Ways to Lose a Man”
      --Glenn Ford, Dean Martin and Charles Nelson Reilly - "Elegance”
      --Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries,” “Don’t Let the Blues Make You Bad" and "For the Good Times”
      Comedy:
      --Glenn Ford explains to Dean how to study body language.
      --Charles Nelson plays a reluctant "human cannonball"moreless
    • Raymond Burr / Diahann Carroll / Pat Henry
      1/21/71
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "For Once in My Life" and "Raining in My Heart"
      --Diahann Carroll - "This Is Your Life"
      --Diahann Carroll and Dean Martin - "Gypsy in My Soul," "King of the Road," "Bummin' Around" and "Breezin' Along with the Breeze"
      --Barbara Heller and Kay Medford - "Get Married, Shirley"
      --The Golddiggers - "I Wanna Be Loved"moreless
    • Peggy Lee / Ernest Borgnine / Dom DeLuise / Fred Smoot
      Guests:
      Peggy Lee, Ernest Borgnine, Dom DeLuise, Fred Smoot
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Bye-Bye, Blackbird" & "Imagination"
      --Peggy Lee - "One More Ride on the Merry-Go-Round"
      --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - "Together Again," "For the Good Times" and "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"
    • Marty Feldman / Norm Crosby / Milt Kamen / Laurie Ichino
      Guests:
      Marty Feldman, Norm Crosby, Milt Kamen, Laurie Ichino
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Almost Like Being in Love" & "P.S. I Love You"
      --Laurie Ichino and Dean Martin - "Cheek to Cheek"
      --The Golddiggers - "Trip with Me" and "Don't Tell Mama"
    • Petula Clark / Billy Baxter / Jeannine Burnier
      1/13/72
      0.0
      Guests: Petula Clark, Billy Baxter, Jeannine Burnier and Ken Lane.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "P.S. I Love You”
      --Petula Clark and Dean Martin - "Put a Little Love in Your Heart,” “When You’re Smiling" and “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off”
      Comedy skits:
      --Petula Clark and Dean Martin play newlyweds who reveal their pasts to each other.moreless
    • Sid Caesar / Vic Damone / Caterina Valente / Don Cherry

      Music:
      Dean Martin: "Nobody's Baby Again"
      Don Cherry: "Married"
      Dean Martin & Don Cherry: "The Glory of Love"; "Gotta Travel On"
      Vic Damone: "She Loves Me"
      Dean Martin & Vic Damone: "Ciao Compare"
      Dean Martin: "Home"
      Caterina Valente: "So Nice" (a.k.a. ""Summer Samba")
      Dean Martin & Caterina Valente: "One Note Samba"
      Dean Martin, Caterina Valente, Vic Damone, Sid Caesar, Don Cherry: International Medley: "Auf Wiedersehen" / "Yankee Doodle Dandy" / "Funiculi Funicula"

      Also appearing:
      --Sid Caesar (comedian) - appears in a comedy sketch as a cafe violinist
      --George Kirby (comedian)

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    • Ralph Nader (Celebrity Roast)
      Ralph Nader (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 18
      2/15/74
      0.0
      Ralph Nader Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "C’est Si Bon”
      --Donna Fargo - "It Do Feel Good”
      --The Statler Brothers: “Carry Me Back”
      Comedy: Ruth Buzzi and Dean Martin do a sketch demonstrating the different ways that a married couple communicates with each other.
      Also appearing:
      Mort Sahl, James Brolin, Jack Klugman, Jane Withers, Steve Landesbergmoreless
    • Shirley Booth / Vikki Carr / Paul Lynde
      3/12/70
      0.0
      Guests:
      Shirley Booth, Vikki Carr, Paul Lynde
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Things" and "Always"
      --Shirley Booth (actress) - sings "He Don't Love Me Any More"
      --Vikki Carr - "On a Clear Day" and "Esta Bien"
      --Dean Martin and Vicki Carr - medley: “Exactly Like You,” “I Wanna Be Loved by You,” “The Very Thought of You”
    • Barry Goldwater (Celebrity Roast)
      Barry Goldwater (Celebrity Roast)
      Season 9 - Episode 7
      10/25/73
      0.0
      Barry Goldwater Celebrity Roast
      Also on this show:
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “Free to Carry On”
      --Dean Martin and Ray Stevens - "Y’all Come,” “Nashville,” “Bumming Around" and “Things”
      Comedy sketches include:
      --William Holden and Dean Martin as monks awaiting a break in their vows of silence.
    • Ernest Borgnine / Everly Brothers / Sugar Ray Robinson / Alan Sues
      Guests:
      Ernest Borgnine, Everly Brothers, Sugar Ray Robinson, Alan Sues, Billy Baxter
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin – "Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina."
      The Everly Brothers - "Mama Tried."
      The Everly Brothers and Dean Martin - "Bye-Bye Love" and "Your Cheatin' Heart."
      Dean Martin – "Cryin' Time."
      Sugar Ray Robinson – "Love Played a Trick on Me."
      "Everybody's Got A Little Song" w. Dean Martin, Ernest Borgnine, The Everly Brothers, Sugar Ray Robinson and Alan Sues and The Golddiggers.
      Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – "Welcome To My World" Medley – "When You're Smiling," "Rainbows Are Back In Style" and "Smile."
      Comedy sketches:
      --Dean Martin appears in a gladiator sketch with guests Ernest Borgnine, Sugar Ray Robinson and Alan Sues.
      --Borgnine plays a thief attempting to rob Sues.moreless
    • Bing Crosby / Richard Castellano / Clair and McMahon
      Musical numbers:
      Bing Crosby and Dean Martin – "Put Your Hand in the Hand," "Lay Some Happiness on Me" and "Beautiful Brown Eyes."
      The Dingalings – "We Can Work It Out."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "I Don't Know Enough About You" and "How About You."
      Dean Martin – "On An Evening In Roma."
      Dean Martin and Bing Crosby, with The Dingalings – Medley of Bing's hits: "Learn To Croon," "I'm An Old Cowhand," "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "Swingin' On A Star," "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive," "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening," "Personality," "Love Thy Neighbor," "True Love," "Love Is Just Around The Corner," "But Beautiful" and "Second Time Around."
      Records 'Round And 'Round Finale


      Comedy:
      Dean and cast lip-synch to vintage recordings.moreless
    • Joey Bishop / Petula Clark
      Joey Bishop / Petula Clark
      Season 8 - Episode 18
      1/25/73
      0.0

      Music:
      -- Dean Martin & Petula Clark: "Exactly Like You"
      -- The Dingalings: "Got to Get You into My Life"
      -- Dean Martin & The Dingalings: Medley: "All The Way" / "Always True To You (In My Fashion)"
      -- Petula Clark: "Baby, I'm Yours"
      -- Dean Martin & Petula Clark: "Togetherness" medley: "Together" / "You Were Meant For Me" / "It Had To Be You" / "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" / "If This Isn't Love"
      -- Dean Martin: "Tips of My Fingers"
      -- Movies Finale pays musical tribute to Annie Get Your Gun," the 1950 MGM musical starring Betty Hutton and Howard Keel.

      Comedy sketches:
      -- At a singles bar, "liberated" women try to pick up Joey Bishop and Dean Martin.
      -- A couple discovers that the picturesque church they chose for their wedding is actually for nudists.

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    • Ruth Buzzi / Lonnie Shorr / Laurie Ichino
      2/1/73
      0.0
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face”
      --Ruth Buzzi - “Just One of Those Things”
      --Laurie Ichino - “Life Upon the Wicked Stage”
      Comedy:
      --A musical sketch with Ruth Buzzi and Dean Martin as a divorced couple dividing up their property.
      --Plus, a salute to the 1935 MGM musical “Naughty Marietta” which starred Nelson Eddy and Jeanette McDonald.moreless
    • Richard Roundtree / Bobby Goldsboro / Jackie Vernon / Steve Landesberg
      Music:
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings: "When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along" (opening song).
      Bobby Goldsboro: "California Wine."
      Dean Martin and Bobby Goldsboro: "The Straight Life" and "Honey."
      Richard Roundtree and The Dingalings: "Shaft."
      Dean Martin: "For the Good Times."
      Movies Finale pays tribute to "Good News," a 1947 MGM musical that starred June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Joan McCracken and Patricia Marshall.

      Comedy:
      --Richard Roundtree jokes about romantic scenes from his movies.
      --Steve Landesberg does a stand-up comedy routine about psychiatrists.moreless
    • Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev / Caterina Valente
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Someday" and "Honey"
      --Caterina Valente - "The Look of Love" and "Canto de Osanha"
      --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - medley: "South American Way," "Orchids in the Moonlight," "Brazil" and "Manana"
      --The Golddiggers - "Shuffle Off to Buffalo" and "Just like an Old Time Movie"
      Also appearing:
      --Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev (ballet dancers) - do a pas de deux from "Sleeping Beauty"
      --Albert Brooks (comedian)
      --Leonard Barr (comedian, Dean Martin's uncle)
      --Corbett Monica (comedian)moreless
    • Ernest Borgnine / Elaine Stritch / Norm Crosby / Leonard Barr

      Music:
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: "Sooner or Later" / "Almost Like Being In Love"
      The Dingaling Sisters: "Fool On The Hill"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Medley: "Embraceable You" / "You Took Advantage Of Me"
      Elaine Stritch: "Someday My Prince Will Come" (comic version, w. assists from Ernest Borgnine & Dean Martin)
      Dean Martin: "La Vie En Rose"
      Dean Martin & The Dingaling Sisters: Musical Questions
      Dean Martin & Cast: "Records 'Round and 'Round" Finale (comical lip-synching to vintage pop recordings)

      Comedy:
      In a musical-comedy spoof, Elaine Stritch sings "Someday My Prince Will Come" to Ernest Borgnine, her love-struck suitor.
      The finale has the cast lip-synching to famous recordings: Dean miming to Rosemary Clooney, Elaine Stritch as Bette Davis, and Ernest Borgnine lip-synching to a Mrs. Miller recording.

      Also appearing:
      --Leonard Barr
      --Norm Crosby

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    • Greg Morris / Ross Martin / Kate Smith / Paul Lynde
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “The Nearness of You" & “Blue Blue Day”
      --Greg Morris - “Love’s Been Good to Me”
      --Ross Martin - “My Walking Stick”
      --Kate Smith-“If Ever I Would Leave You”
      --Kate Smith and Dean Martin - medley (please see "Recap" for song titles)
    • Joey Bishop / Jo Ann Pflug / Kay Medford / Lou Jacobi
      Musical numbers:
      Dean Martin and Joey Bishop - "Born To Lose," "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "She's A Little Bit Country."
      The Dingalings – "Resurrection Shuffle."
      Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Until The Real Things Come Along" and "Show Me."
      Dean Martin – "C'est Si Bon."
      Dean Martin, Joey Bishop and Jo Ann Pflug – "Tea For Two," "No Two People Have Ever Been So In Love," "When I'm Calling You," "Side By Side By Side," "Two Sleepy People" and "Together, Wherever We Go."

      Comedy:
      Pianist Ken Lane and family prepare to appear in a detergent commercial.
      Joey Bishop plays Jimmy Durante in the "lip-synch" finale. (Also, in a comedy bit, Joey shows Dean how to be a more macho singer.)
      Also appearing:
      Kay Medford, Lou Jacobi and the Ding-a-Lings.moreless
    • Tony Bennett / Sid Caesar / Pat Henry / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Music:
      --Dean Marttin - "Love" and "It Just Happened That Way"
      --Tony Bennett - "I've Gotta Be Me" and "What the World Needs Now"
      --Charles Nelson Reilly - "Before the Parade Passes By"
      Also appearing:
      --Sid Caesar
      --Pat Henry
    • Eubie Blake / Petula Clark / Orson Welles / Leonard Barr
      Music:
      --Eubie Blake sings "I'm Just Wild About Harry," his classic 1921 song.
      --Petula Clark - "The Song Is Love"
      --Petula Clark and Dean Martin - "I'm In Love Again" and "Love, Love, Love"
      --Dean Martin - "Swanee" and "Stars Fell on Alabama"
      Comedy:
      --Orson Welles takes Dean on a museum tour.
      Also appearing:
      --Leonard Barrmoreless
    • Peter Graves / Alice Ghostley / Kelly Garrett / Al Cappo / Jeannie Burnier
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "For the Good Times"
      --Peter Graves and Dean Martin - "The Lady's in Love with You," "Guys and Dolls" and "Class"
      --Kelly Garrett - "I Got Love"
      Comedy:
      --Using the style of a used car salesman, Peter Graves does a sales pitch for wives.
      --Rip Taylor and Dean Martin poke fun at Mother Goose.
      Al Cappo, does a pantomine piece as Charles Chaplin.
      Also appearing:
      --Alice Ghostley
      --Jeannie Burnier (comedian)moreless
    • The Temptations / Vikki Carr / Billy Baxter / Charles Nelson Reilly
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Where or When" and "It Had to Be You."
      --The Temptations - medley of their hits: My Girl," "Cloud Nine" and "The Way You Do the Things You Do."
      --Dean Martin and The Temptations - "Get Happy" and "Open the Door and Let the Good Times In."
      --Vikki Carr - "That Lucky Old Sun."
      --Vikki Carr and Dean Martin - "We Got Us," "Tea for Two" and "Just You, Just Me."
      Dean Martin and the Golddiggers - "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You," "Taking A Chance On Love" and "I'll Get By."
      Please see "Recap" for comedy sketches.moreless
    • Carol Channing / Dan Blocker / Joe Cappo
      11/25/71
      0.0
      Guests:
      Carol Channing, Dan Blocker, Jack Kruschen, Dan Johnson, Billy Baxter and mime Joe Cappo.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - "Home”
      --Dean Martin and Carol Channing sing a medley of Broadway tunes: "Tea for Two" and “I Want to Be Happy”
      --Dean Martin, Carol Channing and Dan Blocker - “Style”
      Comedy skits:
      --Dan Blocker and Dean Martin are stay-at-home husbands whose wives have joined women's lib.
      --Carol Channing as a psychologist who gets a little too physical during a group therapy session.
      --A spoof of the Nelson Eddy-Jeanette MacDonald musicals with Carol Channing as Eddy and Dan Blocker as Jeanette!moreless
    • Raymond Burr / Bob Newhart / Elaine Stritch / Marian Mercer
      Guests
      Raymond Burr, Bob Newhart, Elaine Stritch and Marian Mercer.
      Music:
      --Dean Martin - “It’s the Talk of the Town”
      --Dean Martin and Ding-a-Lings - “I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me,” “You’ve Got That Thing,” “The Glory of Love" and “What the World Needs Now”
      --The Ding-a-Lings - “Eli’s Coming”
      Comedy Skits:
      --Elaine Stritch plays a leader of a women's rights organization.
      --Raymond Burr as an overbearing consumer advocate.
      --Bob Newhart gives instructions to a police lineup of off-the-wall characters.
      --Dean Martin, Bob Newhart and Marian Mercer play swingers who answered the same underground newspaper ad.moreless
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