The Dean Martin Show - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • 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
  • 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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  • 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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  • Keely Smith / Vincent Edwards
    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"
  • Connie Francis / Phil Harris / Don Cherry
    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
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • Florence Henderson / Jack Jones / Kaye Stevens
    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
  • Sergio Franchi / Stanley Holloway
    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.
  • 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
  • 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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  • Robert Goulet / Gisele MacKenzie / Deana Martin

    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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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • George Gobel / Vikki Carr / Phil Harris

    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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  • 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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  • 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"

    NBC repeated this show on April 20, 1967.moreless

  • 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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