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Last New Show of the First Season
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).
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.
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.
--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"
--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)
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"
Gene Sheldon (comic-magician)
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."
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)
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."
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"
--Gene Baylos (comedian)
NBC repeated this show on May 12, 1966.