The Dean Martin Show

Season 2 Episode 5

George Burns / Dinah Shore / Jonathan Winters / The Pair Extraordinaire

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Aired Unknown Oct 13, 1966 on NBC
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George Burns / Dinah Shore / Jonathan Winters / The Pair Extraordinaire
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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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    Dean Martin

    Dean Martin

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    Ken Lane

    Ken Lane

    Regular Performer (1965-1974)

    Les Brown

    Les Brown

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    Dinah Shore

    Dinah Shore

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    Guest Star

    The Pair Extraordinaire

    The Pair Extraordinaire

    Themselves

    Guest Star

    George Burns

    George Burns

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Jonathan Winters

    Jonathan Winters

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    Wisa D'Orso

    Wisa D'Orso

    Herself

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