The Dean Martin Show - Season 1

NBC (ended 1974)




Episode Guide

  • Bill Cosby / Liberace / Guy Marks / Dorothy Loudon

    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).

    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.

  • Patti Page / Chita Rivera / Roger Miller / Jack Jones / Gordon & Sheila MacRae
    Gene Baylos (comedian)
    Jack Jones
    Gordon MacRae
    Sheila MacRae
    Roger Miller (singer)
    Patti Page
    Chita Rivera (singer-dancer)
    --Dean Martin and Roger Miller sing a humorous version of "King of the Road"
  • The Righteous Brothers / Lainie Kazan / George Jessel / Swingin' Lads
    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'"
  • Sid Caesar / Bob Newhart / Paul Anka / Pat Suzuki
    --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"
    (Please see "Recap")moreless
  • The Supremes / Herb Alpert / Imogene Coca / Jackie Mason / Jane Morgan (March 24, 1966)


    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 / Joey Heatherton / Allen & Rossi / Hal LeRoy

    --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)

  • Ella Fitzgerald / Johnny Mathis / Shelley Berman / The Young Americans

    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)

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

    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)

  • Eddie Fisher / Don Adams / Kate Smith / Rich Little / Van Alexander
    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."
    --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
  • Julie London / Phyllis Diller / Eddie Albert / Mahalia Jackson
    --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
  • Lucille Ball / Bill Cosby / Rowan & Martin / Kate Smith
    --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
  • Bob Hope / Joel Grey / Juliet Prowse / Pete Fountain / The Lively Set


    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."

  • Polly Bergen / Rowan & Martin / Stanley Holloway / Bill Dana
    --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
  • 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
  • Mahalia Jackson / Kay Starr / Soupy Sales / John Byner / Vic Dana
    --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
    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
  • Louis Prima, Gia Maione & Sam Butera / Stanley Holloway / Joanie Sommers
    --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
  • Ella Fitzgerald / George Gobel / Barrie Chase / Gordon & Sheila MacRae
    --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
  • Louis Armstrong / Andrews Sisters / Carol Lawrence / Line Renaud

    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.

  • Tony Bennett / Nanette Fabray / Barbara McNair / Guy Marks
    --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
  • Milton Berle / Charo & Xavier Cugat / Phil Ford & Mimi Hines
    --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
  • Mickey Rooney / Kate Smith / Tammy Grimes / Corbett Monica
    --Mickey Rooney
    --Tammy Grimes
    --Kate Smith
    --Corbett Monica
    --Elaine Dunn
    --The Amin Brothers (acrobats)
  • Ethel Merman / Joey Heatherton / Leslie Uggams / Jack Carter
    --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
  • Jane Powell / Johathan Winters / Louis Jordan / John Gary
    --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
  • Louis Armstrong / Robert Goulet / Lainie Kazan
    --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
  • Pearl Bailey / George Gobel / Dino, Desi & Billy / Gretchen Wyler
    --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
  • Allan Sherman / Gordon & Sheila MacRae / Vic Damone / Shani Wallis
    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
  • Dave Clark Five / Eddie Fisher / Phyllis Diller / Abbe Lane / John Bubbles
    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
  • John Wayne / Peggy Lee / Shari Lewis / Jack Jones

    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).
  • Frank Sinatra / Diahann Carroll / Jan & Dean / Joey Heatherton
    Premiere Episode of The Dean Martin Show.
    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