The Dean Martin Show

Season 2 Episode 25

Sid Caesar / Peggy Lee / Arthur Godfrey / Joey Heatherton / Guy Marks

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Aired Unknown Mar 09, 1967 on NBC
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Sid Caesar / Peggy Lee / Arthur Godfrey / Joey Heatherton / Guy Marks
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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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