The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

NBC (ended 1962)




Episode Guide

    • March 15, 1959
      March 15, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 24
      Dinah welcomes is Ray Bolger, Gary Crosby (filling in for an ill Peggy Lee) and newly Oscar nominated for "Gigi", pianist-composer Andre Previn in this Paris themed show.

      Dinah sings, "Come Gather Round", "Paris, Paris" and "Bells Will Be Ringing".

      Gary sings,"Mr. Saturday Dance, I Don't Get Around Much Anymore" and "Jamboree Jones".

      Andre plays and Dinah sings, "You Are" & "Twilight Time" (also known as "Under Paris Skies", sung by Andy Williams). Andre also performs a solo.

      Ray imitates Maurice Chevalier singing "Louise" to a group of small children.

      Andre, Dinah and Gary sing, "Doodlie, Doodlie, Doo".

      Ray does a dance routine and closes with a beautiful waltz with Dinah.

      And all join in singing C'est ca fini!moreless
    • December 29, 1957
      December 29, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      Dinah welcomes Fred MacMurray, Ann Miller, Bob Crosby, Edward L. Richmond, Jack Costanza, The Dixie Small Fry (Jeff Woodruff, Bill Baldwin, Frank Straight) and The Michigan State Glee Club. Musical Highlights: Ann Miller taps & sings to "I'm Gonna Live 'Til I Die" in a duet with Jack Costanzo (aka Mr. Bongo) on bongos. Fred MacMurray plays saxophone as he sits in with the Dixie Small Fry on "Rampart Street Parade". Ann, Dinah and Fred perform, "Baby, It's Cold Outside".moreless
    • May 17, 1959
      May 17, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 33
      Dinah welcomes Miss Peggy Lee, Van Johnson and Cliff Arquette (aka Charlie Weaver). Also appearing are dancers Sujanta and Asoka, from India, who perform a "slithering wedding dance."

      Dinah visits Weaver at his Mount Idy general store.

      Van Johnson sings,"I Love the Girl I'm Near". Dinah sings, "I Thought About You" and "When I Fall In Love".

      Van & Dinah duet on, "Sunshine Cake".

      Peggy sings, "I'm Just Second Best", "I Just Love Him So" and "The Way You Did Before". Dinah sings, "I Got Rhythm" and Peggy joins in with "Fever" and "I Got Plenty of Nothing" and blend both together. Great duet!

      All join in for "Lotus Flower".moreless
    • Blues & All That Jazz
      Blues & All That Jazz
      Season 5 - Episode 11
      They're swinging at Dinah's tonight. On hand to keep the music jumping: Ella Fitzgerald, Andy Williams, mambo man Perez Prado and the Al Hirt Jazz Sextet, The Even Dozen and the Harry Zimmerman orchestra.

      Musical highlights: Dinah Shore sings, "Night Train" Ella Fitzgerald & Andy Williams sing, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" Al Hirt Sextet perform "Piano Roll Blues" Andy Williams sings, "South Rampart Street Parade" Dinah & Andy & Al Hirt Sextet perform, "Nothin' But the Blues" The Even Dozen perform "Jazz On Point" Dinah Shore & Ella Fitzgerald duet on a "Blues Medley". Perez Prado performs, "Mambo Jambo" And All join in with "When the Saints Come Marching In".moreless
    • January 12, 1958
      January 12, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      Dinah welcomes Julie Andrews, Chita Rivera, Art Carney, Comedian Ted Reid. Musical Highlights: Dinah and the cast sing, "Take Me Back to Manhattan". Chita sings, "A Woman Would Be a Woman". Dinah and Art duet on, "Thirteen Men" and "Back In the Old Routine". Dinah, Art and Julie sing, "Life Upon the Wicked Stage". Julie sings, "I Could Have Danced All Night" from her Broadway show My Fair Lady. Dinah, Art, Julie and Chita sing, "Blue Moon". Dinah & Julie sing, "Whispering Hope". Dinah, Chita & Julie sing, "I've Got the World on A String". Chita sings, "We're in the Money". Julie sings, "Three Little Maids". Dinah sings, "St. Louis Blues". Ted performs his Bobo the Columnist routine.moreless
    • October 18, 1959
      October 18, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      Dinah Shore takes her monthly week off. Tony Randall, Jimmy Dean, Shari Lewis, Louis Prima and Keely Smith, the Alfredo Alaria Dancers and Sam Butera and the Witnesses provide the entertainment for the hour. Also appearing the Paul Weston orchestra.

      (Musical) Highlights: Keely Smith sings "Be My Love" & "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain". Smith & Prima perform "Sing, Sing, Sing". Prima & Butera do "I've Got the World on a String". Butera & the Witnesses perform "There'll Be No Next Time". Jimmy Dean sings "Stay A Little Longer". Alaria Dance Troupe perform "Cafe, Cafe" & "Gaucho". All join in for a medley of "Smile".moreless
    • December 29, 1961
      December 29, 1961
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      Dinah welcomes Ginger Rogers, Nat King Cole, George Burns and the Even Dozen to the show.

      Dinah and Nat sing a collection of blues and spirituals written for them by Ticker Freeman and Earl Brown. George Burns does a monologue about the happenings at a New Year's Eve Party. Dinah and George sing, "I Ain't Got Nobody". Dinah sings, "Ain't We Got Fun?", "Down Home Rag" and "Scarlet Ribbons". Dinah, Ginger and George sing, "Some of These Days".moreless
    • June 25, 1961
      June 25, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 39
      Dinah welcomes Nanette Fabray and the Even Dozen. Dinah sings, "Sentimental Journey" and with the aid of film clips, reviews her past 10 years on TV.

      Dinah's reprise includes "It's De-Lovely", her first song on television; "Red Underwear" with Sally Ann Howes and a tramp routine with Yves Montand. Nanette sings, "Down by de Winegar Woiks", which she sang at her professional debut at the age of three, and "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?". Together, Dinah and Nanette do a series of sketches about 'Telephone TV' of the future, and they sing "To Keep My Love Alive".

      Dance director Tony Charmoli and members of the Even Dozen are introduced for a production of "How High the Moon?".

      The finale is a repeat of "Sentimental Journey".moreless
    • November 3, 1961
      November 3, 1961
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      Dinah welcomes Dean Martin, Donald O'Connor and the Even Dozen to the show.

      Dean and Donald team up for a spoof on the grand old institution of TV, including the primitive techniques of its early days, the current "Hurry-up" method of shooting TV film, the hazard's of putting on a "live" TV show and a look at the television of the future.moreless
    • December 9, 1962
      December 9, 1962
      Season 7 - Episode 3
      Dinah welcomes Frank Sinatra, the Gerry Mulligan Quartet (featuring saxophonist Ben Webster) and Bessie Griffin and the Gospel Pearls.

      (Musical) Highlights:

      Frank Sinatra sings, "Please Be Kind" and "Moonlight in Vermont". Dinah and Frank duet on "It's a Good Day", "It's Almost like Being in Love", "Great Come and Get It Day", "Great Day", "Where or When", "I See Your Face Before Me", "That Face", "You're Sensational" and "Best Things in Life Are Free". Dinah Shore performs an Irving Berlin medley: "All Alone", "Remember" and "How About Me?". Dinah Shore sings "Mad About Him Blues". Bessie Griffin performs "Deep River", "New Jersusalem" and "When the Saints Come Marching In" Dinah Shore and Gerry Mulligan duet on "Lazy River" and Gerry Mulligan perform "Who's Got Rhythm?" and "Go Home".

    • November 11, 1962
      November 11, 1962
      Season 7 - Episode 2
      Dinah welcomes Dean Martin and James Garner to the show.

      (Musical) Highlights:

      Dinah Shore and James Garner duet with "I Wish I Were in Love" James Garner sings, "You'll Never Get Away from Me" Dinah, Dean and James perform "Consider Yourself".
    • June 1, 1962
      June 1, 1962
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      Dinah welcomes Robert Preston, Rita Moreno, Vic Damone, and the Frank DeVol orchestra.

      Vic sings, "Flamingo", Robert sings, "Trouble", Dinah & Vic sing, "June medley", Rita sings, "Teamwork", "Jim", "I Walk Alone" and "Mad About Him Blues". Dinah & Rita sing,"The Lady Wants to Twist" and All sing, "Ain't Down Yet".moreless
    • February 23, 1962
      February 23, 1962
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      Dinah welcomes Vince Edwards, George Chakiris, Keely Smith and Big Tiny Little and his Combo to the show.

      Vince Edwards forsakes his surgical greens tonight to perform strictly as a song-and-dance man, while in one number Chakiris delves into his family origins and comes with a genuine Greek folk dance.

      Harry Zimmerman conducts the orchestra.moreless
    • December 1, 1961
      December 1, 1961
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      Dinah welcomes guests Frankie Avalon, Nelson Eddy, Milton Berle and the Even Dozen. Frank Devol conducts the orchestra.

      Eddy-Avalon-Berle do a number entitled "Take Five". Dinah demonstrates some of the goings-on during a show's rehearsals. Berle and Dinah portray a battling husband and wife in a musical-comedy sketch titled "Who's Sad?". Dinah sings "Tonight". Dinah and Even Dozen perform, "They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me" and All join in for "Stout-Hearted Men".moreless
    • January 26, 1962
      January 26, 1962
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      Dinah welcomes Yves Montand, Steve Allen, Audrey Meadows, Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy to the show. After an opening riverboat production number, Yves Montand receives a few lessons in American customs. In one of the sketches Yves, Steve and Audrey do a Gallic version of an American TV comedy series, and in another, Steve presents his views on how American men make use of their leisure time.moreless
    • October 6, 1961
      October 6, 1961
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      Dinah welcomes Nanette Fabray, Al Hirt and her husband George Montgomery.
    • January 31, 1960
      January 31, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 18
      Dinah's guests are singer-actress Polly Bergen, comedian Johnny Carson and pianist Andre Previn.
      Also, a return appearance of the nine young ballet dancers who performed on Dinah's show a few weeks earlier. In a dance segment, the girls demonstrate what they want to be when they grow up.
    • December 30, 1962
      December 30, 1962
      Season 7 - Episode 4

      Music from the movies is the theme of tonight's show. Joining Dinah are Jack Lemmon and Cyd Charisse. Dinah sings a medley of all 28 Oscar-winning songs, and Miss Charisse is featured in "Dance of the Ages", a dance spectacular about a love goddess.

      (Musical) Highlights:
      Dinah sings, "Old Black Magic," "Moon River," "Days of Wine and Roses," "Blackbirds and Bluebirds," and an Oscar Medley.
      Dinah & Cyd Charisse perform "Bowl of Chop Suey".
      Jack Lemmon performs "Peasant Love Song".
      Jack & Cyd duet on "Love with a Capital You".
      Jack playing piano while Dinah sings "You Can't Take that Away From Me" and "Cheek to Cheek". From Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire's movies Top Hat.

    • August 16, 1959
      August 16, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 46
      Hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt, guests include Dorothy Kirsten, Alice Ghostly and Bobby Sargent.
    • August 9, 1959
      August 9, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 45
      Hosted by Janet Blair and John Raitt, guests include the comedy team of Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, and arranger/composer Matt Dennis.

    • October 20, 1957
      October 20, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      Dinah welcomes Danny Thomas, Nanette Fabray and Tab Hunter to the show. Highlights: Danny Thomas jokes, Nanette Fabray sings, and Tab Hunter and Dean Jones duet with Dinah. Nanette and Dinah get together in a sprightly number called "Low Fashion Show", a show stopper.
    • June 14, 1957
      June 14, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      Dinah welcomes Nanette Fabray, Fred MacMurray, Minnie Pearl and Dean Jones to the show. Comedy sketch: Dinah and guests appear in "Foreign Fatigue," a spoof of spy dramas. Musical Highlights: Dinah sings "Lucky in Love" and "Around the World.". Dinah and Dean Jones duet on "So Rare." Dinah, Nanette Fabray and Minnie Pearl perform "Love Letters in the Sand" (with Minnie playing a musical jug). Dinah and Fred MacMurray perform "I Won't Dance." Dinah and Nanette sing "Swing."moreless
    • May 12, 1963
      May 12, 1963
      Season 7 - Episode 9
      Dinah closes out her series with a bang. Guests included, Barbra Streisand, Georgia Brown, Sam Fletcher and the Chad Mitchell Trio.

      (Musical) Highlights: Dinah sings "Best Is Yet to Come" and "This Could Be the Start of Something Big". Georgia Brown sings "As Long As He Needs Me", "Bill Bailey" and "Don't Dilly-Dally on the Way". Sam Fletcher performs "Tall Hope", "Stella by Starlight" and "I Believe in You". Barbra Streisand sings "Cry Me A River" and "Happy Days Are Here Again". Chad Mitchell Trio perform "Alberta," "Lizzie Borden" and "You Can Tell the World". Dinah, Georgia, Barbra, Sam and the Chad Mitchell Trio sing "Brotherhood Of Man" (from "How To Succeed in Business").

    • January 20, 1963
      January 20, 1963
      Season 7 - Episode 5
      Dinah welcomes Liberace, Ray Charles, Peter Nero and Big Tiny Little to the show. The program traces the history of the piano from the lyrical precision of Chopin to the spirited improvisations of modern jazz. Highlights: Dinah joined by Liberace sings "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows". Peter Nero performs "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean". Dinah sings "I Concentrate on You". Ray Charles and his Singers perform "Georgia" and "Tell Me What I Say". Big Tiny does "Woodchoppers Ball" and "Hindustan". Liberace performs Chopin's "Polonaise Militaire" Ray Charles sings "Just a Little Lovin'". Dinah solos to a medley of oldies including "Heart of My Heart".moreless
    • February 17, 1963
      February 17, 1963
      Season 7 - Episode 6
      Dinah welcomes Bing Crosby, Al Hirt and Bud and Travis to the show.

      (Musical) Highlights:

      Bing sings, "In a Little Spanish Town" Al performs, "Easy to Love" and "Chop Suey" Dinah sings, "Wonderful Boy" and "Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year" Bud and Travis perform, "Raspberries" and "La Bamba" Dinah and Bing perform, "You'll Never Get Away", "Buddies", "Let the Rest of the World Go By" and "'S Wonderful". Dinah, Bing and Al perform, "South Rampart Street Parade" Dinah and Al do "Serenade in Blue".moreless
    • March 17, 1963
      March 17, 1963
      Season 7 - Episode 7
      Dinah welcomes Ella Fitzgerald and Joan Sutherland in this salute to St. Patrick's Day show.

      (Musical) Highlights: Dinah sings "Something's Coming" and "I Get Along Without You Very Well" Ella Fitzgerald sings "Body and Soul" and "Running Wild".

      Joan Sutherland performs "Ah, fors' e lui" (from 'La Traviata') and "Vissi d'arte" (from 'Tosca'). Dinah, Ella and Joan sing "Three Little Maids" and "Lover, Come Back to Me". Dinah Shore sings "Kerry Dance" and "Molly Malone" Joan Sutherland performs "Last Rose of Summer" and Ella Fitzgerald does "I Got It Bad".moreless
    • Easter Show
      Easter Show
      Season 7 - Episode 8
      "A Girl ... a Boy ... A Piano" is the theme of Dinah's Easter Show featuring guest stars: Bobby Darin and Andre Previn. (Musical) Highlights: Andre Previn plays Second Chance, the Oscar nominated song he composed for "Two for the Seesaw". Dinah sings, "Man I Love", "Lazy Afternoon" and "Just In Time".moreless
    • June 18, 1961
      June 18, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 38
      Hosted by George Gobel; guests include Maureen O'Hara, Audrey Meadows, The Wiere Brothers and Ray Anthony and his Bookends.

      1) Audrey Meadows teams up with Georgie for the comedy. One of their targets is the institution of Father's Day and Gobel gets the typical treatment from his loving spouse.

      2) Maureen O'Hara joins George for a vocal fling. The duet: "You Are My Sunshine". Maureen also joins George and Audrey for a spoof on a TV show called, "Princess For A Day".

      3) The Wiere Brothers provide additional drollery with a zany brew of "music" and gags.

      4) Ray Anthony and the Bookends round out the list of performers. The singing Bookends: Annita Ray and Diane Hall off "My Kind of Love" and "We've Got Rhythm".

      Axel Stordahl and his orchestra conduct.moreless
    • Gone Shopping
      Gone Shopping
      Season 5 - Episode 37
      Dinah welcomes Craig Stevens, Don Knotts, Lloyd Bridges and the Even Dozen.
    • Hello World
      Hello World
      Season 5 - Episode 36
      Hostess Janet Blair puts on her traveling shoes for an excursion to some exotic places.

      In Tahiti, the Otea troupe performs tribal dances. In Australia, the Horri Dargi Quartet sings to the accompaniment of an instrument called a wobble board. The Fiji Island Men's Chorus offers a medley of folk songs. Temple dancers in Bali demonstrate their art. A Virgin Island steel band plays for a Limbo dancer. And in Portugal, we see the Nazare folk dance group. In a stopover back in the States, Senor Wences does his ventriloquist act and the Swiss Trio Smeed adds a selection of Alpine songs and yodels.

      Janet's musical contribution to this filmed and taped hour includes, "Bon Jour", "Put On A Happy Face", "Come Closer", "Look to the Rainbow" and "Yankee Doodle Dandy".

      Tom Hanson is the choreographer and Paul Weston conducts the orchestra.moreless
    • February 5, 1961
      February 5, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 19
      Dinah welcomes guests Ingemar Johansson, The Swe-Danes, Dirch Passer, Preben Uglebjerg, Kirsten Simone, Henning Kronstam and The Tivoli Boys Band.
    • Autumn Crocus
      Autumn Crocus
      Season 5 - Episode 20
      An aging schoolmistress discovers her Prince Charming is a happily married man.
    • February 19, 1961
      February 19, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 21
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, guests include Ken Boen, Pete Logan, The Sons of the Pioneers and Trigger, Jr.
    • February 26, 1961
      February 26, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 22
      Dinah welcomes guests James Garner, Al Hirt and Paul Anka.
    • January 29, 1961
      January 29, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 18
      Dinah welcomes guests Tony Bennett, Harpo Marx, George Shearing, Louis Armstrong and Kay Starr who sings, "Swingin' at the Summit".
    • January 22, 1961
      January 22, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 17
      Dinah welcomes guests Charles Laughton, Bob Newhart and Miyoshi Umeki.

      Highlights: Bob does routine or two from his album "The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back" and Laughton joins Dinah for a pantomime entitled, "The Painter and His Subject". Everybody sings, and gets together for a parody of exotic adventure shows on TV with Dinah portraying the sultry heroine, Laughton the beachcomber, Miyoshi a visitor and Newhart the correspondent-narrator.moreless
    • December 25, 1960
      December 25, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 13
      Dinah Shore welcomes guests Yukiji Asaoka, the Yamakawa Sisters, Kabuki Dancers, Komo Zura, Tony Toyoda, Mitsumi Maki, Tony Charmoli and the Three Ohmori Brothers.

      Musical Highlights:
      Dinah Shore - "Night After Christmas."
      Yukiji Asaoka sings "My Secret."
      Dinah Shore and Yukiji Asaoka sing "I'd Like to Know More About You."
      The Yamakawa Sisters (musicians playing the three-stringed Samisen) do a Samisen duet.
      The Ohmari Brothers (tap dancers) - "Toyko Today."
      Tony Toyoda and Matsumi Maki (singers) - "Blues"
      Kaici Namba (acrobat) and the Kotetsu Jugglers perform a Kabuki Warrior Dance.
      Dinah joins her guests for "Dance of the Kyoto Dolls" and "Sayonara."moreless
    • January 1, 1961
      January 1, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 14
      Dinah welcomes guests Peggy Lee, George Gobel, Percy Faith and Frankie Avalon. The Harry Zimmerman Orchestra conducts.

      Highlights: Peggy and Avalon handle the vocals, with Avalon doubling on trumpet and doing a little hoofing as well. Lonesome George does a segment from his night-club routine. There’ll be no transition dialog tonight: the singers and dancers under musical director Harry Zimmerman and choreographer Tom Hansen performing the transition chores. Dinah and Peggy sing, "I Got Rhythm" and "Fever".moreless
    • January 8, 1961
      January 8, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 15
      Dinah welcoms guests Fabian, Wayne & Schuster, Dorothy Loudon and Al Hirt & His Orchestra.
    • The Aquarodeo Show II
      The Aquarodeo Show II
      Season 5 - Episode 16
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans guests include Bubbles, Bimbo and Buttons (three trained whales). The annual Aquarodeo from Marineland of the Pacific.

      Roy & Dale sing, "By the Sea", "Be A Clown" and "Paddlin' Madeline Home". Dale & the Aquamermaids perform, "East of the Sun".
    • March 5, 1961
      March 5, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 23
      Dinah welcomes guests Shirley Jones, Jonathan Winters and Meredith Willson (composer of "The Music Man" and "The Unsinkable Molly Brown")

      Highlights: Dinah sings, "76 Trombones" Shirley sings, "Spanish Rose" Meredith sings, "Talking People" and "Trouble" Dinah & Meredith sings, "I Ain't Down Yet".
    • O'Halloran's Luck
      O'Halloran's Luck
      Season 5 - Episode 24
      Tim O'Halloran sets sail for America, confident that the Luck of the Irish will help him on his road to love and fortune. His luck however, is in the custody of some leprechauns, an impulsive lot who feel that Irish luck should stay in Ireland.
    • March 19, 1961
      March 19, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 25
      Hosted by Art Linkletter, guests included Vic Damone, Eddie Albert, Jane Wyatt, Pat Harrington, Jr. and The Little Angels.

    • Dude Ranch U.S.A.
      Dude Ranch U.S.A.
      Season 5 - Episode 32
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans; guests include Walter Brennan, Helen Traubel, Dodie Stevens, Monty Montana, Jay Sisler and his Australian Shepherds and The Sons of the Pioneers. And The Paul Weston Orchestra.
    • May 14, 1961
      May 14, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 33
      Dinah welcomes Carol Channing, Jack Jones, Red Norvo & His Group and The Norad Command Band.
    • May 21, 1961
      May 21, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 34
      Hosted by Andy Williams; guests include Gogi Grant, Claudine Longet, Jonathan Winters his brothers, Don Williams, Bob Williams and Dick Williams. And Vic Schoen and his Orchestra.
    • May 28, 1961
      May 28, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 35
      Dinah welcomes Dick Van Dyke, Laurence Harvey and Jackie and Roy. And the Paul Weston Orchestra.
    • April 30, 1961
      April 30, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 31
      Dinah welcomes André Previn, Dorothy Loudon, Joey Bishop and the David Rose Orchestra.
    • Happiest Day
      Happiest Day
      Season 5 - Episode 30
      A musical play about a heavenly messenger who is sent down to Earth to deliver a "Commercial" in a world-wide television network. He says that people's lives can be free from worries about money and health, and announces that he'll prove his point by showing a day in the life of Kathy Hewitt.moreless
    • Brief Encounter
      Brief Encounter
      Season 5 - Episode 26
      This love story was changed to 1908 Boston and is the story of two star-crossed lovers.
    • April 2, 1961
      April 2, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 27
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, guests included Cliff Arquette (aka Charley Weaver), Eddy Arnold, Martin Milner, George Maharis, Cathie Taylor and The Limeliters. Paul Weston & his Orchestra conducts.
    • April 9, 1961
      April 9, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 28
      Dinah Shore welcomes guests Polly Bergen, Louis Nye, Al Hirt and His Group and the University of Michigan Glee Club.
    • April 16, 1961
      April 16, 1961
      Season 5 - Episode 29
      Dinah welcomes guests James Garner, pianists Ferrante & Teicher, comedy duo of Davis & Reese, Even Dozen and Los Angeles Dodgers baseball coach Leo Durocher with team members Don Drysdale, Don Demeter, Larry Sherry, Duke Snider, Maury Wills, Gil Hodges, John Roseboro, Wally Moon and Johnny Podres.
    • August 2, 1959
      August 2, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 44
      Hosted by Janet Blair and John Raitt, guests include Dorothy Collins, Gene Sheldon, and the Collins Kids.
    • July 26, 1959
      July 26, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 43
      Hosted by Janet Blair and John Raitt, guests include Wally Cox and Joyce Jameson.
    • September 21, 1958
      September 21, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 47
      Hosted by John Raitt, Janet Blair and Edie Adams, guests are Carol Burnett and Eddie Foy.
    • September 28, 1958
      September 28, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 48
      Hosted by John Raitt, Janet Blair and Edie Adams, guests are Dorothy Kirsten and Stan Freberg.
    • November 9, 1958
      November 9, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      "The Chevy Show" presents live, the Grand National World Championship Rodeo, starring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans with The Sons of the Pioneers. Special added attraction, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and World Champion Cowboys.
    • December 14, 1958
      December 14, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 11
      Dinah's guests are Shirley Temple, Tony Randall, Shirley MacLaine and jazzman Red Norvo.
    • September 14, 1958
      September 14, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 46
      Hosted by John Raitt, Janet Blair and Edie Adams, guests are Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.
    • September 7, 1958
      September 7, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 45
      Hosted by John Raitt, Janet Blair and Edie Adams, guests Carol Burnett and Mickey Shaughnessy are welcomed to the show.
    • August 3, 1958
      August 3, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 40
      Hosts John Raitt, Edie Adams and Janet Blair welcome guests Dan Rowan and Dick Martin to the show.
    • August 17, 1958
      August 17, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 42
      Hosts John Raitt, Edie Adams and Janet Blair welcome guest Carol Burnett to the show.
    • August 24, 1958
      August 24, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 43
      Hosts John Raitt, Janet Blair and Edie Adams welcome guests Dan Rowan and Dick Martin. And the Harry Zimmerman Orchestra.

      Musical Highlights: Janet sings "Carioca" & "Hernando's Hideaway". John sings "The Breeze and I". John and Edie duet on "I Said My Pajamas". All join in for "Sound Off".
    • August 31, 1958
      August 31, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 44
      Hosts John Raitt, Janet Blair and Edie Adams welcome guests Dorothy Kirsten, Elliot Reid and Stan Freberg to the show. Musical Highlights: All join in for "Tain't What You Do". Edie Adams sings "Go West, Young Man" and "Nearness of You". John Raitt sings "Maria" and "Hey There". Janet Blair sings "Cow Cow Boogie", "Gentleman is a Dope" and "Sunday Kind of Love".moreless
    • December 28, 1958
      December 28, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 13
      Dinah's guests are Lisa Kirk, Elaine May and Mike Nichols.
    • January 4, 1959
      January 4, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 14
      Dinah has a "Country-style Howdown" with Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Boone, Jo Stafford, Eddy Arnold, Rex Allen and the comedy team of Homer and Jethro, the Sons of the Pioneers and the Hollywood Square Dancers. Paul Weston Orchestra conducts.
    • April 12, 1959
      April 12, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 28
      Dinah's guests are Gary Crosby, Red Norvo, Tony Randall with a salute to Hawaii.
    • June 7, 1959
      June 7, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 36
      Hosts John Raitt and Janet Blair welcome guests: Dorothy Kirsten, Joe Bushkin, the Kim Sisters and Kukla and Ollie. Lots of singing, and the entire cast tunes in for a medley on musical instruments that includes "Piccolo Pete".
    • June 14, 1959
      June 14, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 37
      Hosts John Raitt and Janet Blair welcome pianist Joe Bushkin and Eddie Foy Jr.
    • June 21, 1959
      June 21, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 38
      Hosts John Raitt and Janet Blair welcome guests Dorothy Kirsten and the comedy team of Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.

      Musical Highlights: Dorothy Kirsten has a big night singing such old tunes as "Tumbling Tumbleweed" & "It's a Big Wide Wonderful World" (in a duet with John Raitt), and "Cool, Cool of the Evening" (with Janet Blair). Comics Rowan and Martin do a bit on muscle beach, Raitt sings about a "Sunday Barbeque" and Janet turns to "Back in Your Own Backyard".

    • March 29, 1959
      March 29, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 26
      Guest hosts Edie Adams, Janet Blair, and John Raitt welcome Dorothy Kirsten, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, Fred MacMurray and Rhonda Fleming.
    • March 8, 1959
      March 8, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 23
      Dinah's guests are Tony Randall, Ella Fitzgerald, and Betty Grable.

      Musical Highlights: Ella joins Dinah for a blues medley. Tony Randall sings with Alexandra Danilova, and teams up with Dinah and Betty Grable in a 1920 sequence. An entertaining session.
    • January 11, 1959
      January 11, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      Dinah's guests include Eve Arden, Dick Shawn and Red Norvo Quintet. Also appearing are the Asian dance team of Sujata and Asoka.

      Musical Highlights: "Flying Down To Rio" sequence with Dinah and Eve, Dick and the Red Norvo Quintet. Dinah even "balances" on the wings of an aeroplane as she sings "Flying Down To Rio". Eve Arden sings "South America, Take It Away". Dinah sings, "Going to take a Sentimental Journey". Dinah sings, "Baia" with Eve Arden & Dick Shawn.moreless
    • February 8, 1959
      February 8, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      DInah's guests are Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jane Powell and Mel Torme.

      Together they join in for the opening "mad ball" number, and get ready for a real songfest. Between songs, Fairbanks changes the tune and reads "The Legacy."
    • February 15, 1959
      February 15, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 20
      Dinah's guests are Craig Stevens, Vera Ellen, Andre Previn and George Gobel.

      Highlights: Vera Ellen dances to the "Peter Gunn theme". Pianist Andre Previn and Dinah hook up for a medley of jazz songs. And actor Craig Stevens sings with George Gobel and Dinah.
    • March 1, 1959
      March 1, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 22
      Art Carney is the guest host with guests Shirley Temple, Alfred Drake and Janis Paige.

      Musical Highlights: Art Carney, Shirley Temple, Alfred Drake, and Janis Paige sing "Just Like That," each solos to "How High the Moon" in his or her own fashion. There's a take-off on westerns by Carney and Drake, and a comic-strip sequence by the whole cast.moreless
    • July 27, 1958
      July 27, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 39
      Hosts John Raitt, Edie Adams and Janet Blair are joined by guests Mickey Shaughnessy and Stan Freberg.
    • July 13, 1958
      July 13, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 37
      Hosts John Raitt, Edie Adams and Janet Blair welcome Stan Freberg and soprano Dorothy Kirsten to the show. Highlights: Janet Blair sings "Anything Goes". Dorothy Kirsten sings "I Could Write a Book". John Raitt performs "The Way You Look Tonight". Stan Freberg, Orville the Puppet and Edie Adams come through with "I've Got the Sun in the Morning". Janet, Edie and Stan perform "Civilization".moreless
    • June 22, 1958
      June 22, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 34
      This is the first show of the Summer series hosted by Edie Adams, Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests include Dan Rowan and Dick Martin and Dorothy Kirsten. Musical Highlights: Edie Adams sings "Namely You". John Raitt sings "If I Loved You". Janet Blair sings "Honeybun". Edie with guests Dan Rowan and Dick Martin do a USO Comedy Sketch about a recreation hall at an isolated radar outpost. John Raitt sings "Song of the Open Road". Janet Blair sings "Please, Mr. Brown". Dorothy Kirsten and John Raitt duet with "Carolina in the Morning". All join in for "Songs They Don't Write Anymore".moreless
    • December 15, 1957
      December 15, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      Dinah's guests are Lisa Kirk, Hugh O'Brian, Carol Channing. Musical Highlights: Dinah does "Blues in the Night". Lisa Kirk recalls "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" and together with Dinah, they belt out "Fascinating Rhythms". For laughs Carol Channing leads a community sing of "Jingle Bells".
    • December 22, 1957
      December 22, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      Dinah's guests are Roy Rogers, Esther Williams, Dizzy Dean, John Raitt, and the Sons of Pioneers. Musical Highlights: The opener has ice skaters cavorting at Burbank, California to "Winter Wonderland". Dizzy Dean reads a Christmas legend for kids, and then joins Dinah, Esther Williams, and John Raitt in "White Christmas". Esther hunts all over for an unfrozen swimming pool, and Roy Rogers heads for the cow country singing "Christmas on the Plains".moreless
    • February 2, 1958
      February 2, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 15
      The Chevy Show presents World Championship Rodeo from Fort Worth, Texas, starring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans with Trigger and Trigger, Jr., Sons of the Pioneers, and Special Guest Gabby Hayes. Highlights: An old-fashioned calf-roping, bronc-riding, steer-wrestling, Western get-together set to music. Also appearing are the Denver Westernaires. Rogers' Musical Rodeo. Most of tonight's show is taken up with a rodeo and you'll see bareback riding, calf riding, bronc busting, and other events. Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes, and the Sons of the Pioneers play host and get in a song or two apiece. And Roy's performing Liberty horses.moreless
    • February 10, 1958
      February 10, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      Dinah and Steve Allen start a tune on Allen's show and finish it here if they don't stumble in the corridor. Other guests include Ann Blythe, Rory Calhoun and Gower & Marge Champion. Musical Highlights: Another Shore repeat has Dinah and Marge Champion with their "Honey Sisters" act, a charming routine. Rory Calhoun rolls to "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" and teams with Gower Champion in "I've Turned It Down". The Champions dance is six inches of water and Anne Blyth sings some Helen Morgan tear-jerkers.moreless
    • December 1, 1957
      December 1, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      Dinah's guests are Jimmy Durante, Rossano Brazzi, Pat Suzuki, Ted Reid, The Steiner Brothers and the Mary Kaye Trio. Highlights: Jimmy Durante and Rossano Brazzi, Italian film star, compete as lovers. Brazzi is at his best singing Italian folk songs with Dinah.
    • November 24, 1957
      November 24, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      Dinah welcomes Edie Adams and Ernie Kovacs, her husband George Montgomery and Louis Prima, Keely Smith and Sam Butera and the Witnesses to the show. Musical Highlights: Dinah and chorus rock to "Hey, Babe." Dinah joins Louis Prima, Keely Smith, Sam Butera, and The Witnesses in a song and dance number. Dinah, Edie Adams, and Keely Smith do "Homework" and then their husbands, George Montgomery, Ernie Kovacs, and Louis Prima join them in "It's Wonderful". Dinah sings, "Give Thanks to Thanksgiving" with George, Ernie, Edie, Keely and Louis around the Thanksgiving table getting ready to carve the turkey. After the Thanksgiving dinner they join in for a rousing rendition of "Dry Bones". There also is an Edward R. Murrow take-off.moreless
    • July 19, 1959
      July 19, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 42
      Hosted by Janet Blair and John Raitt, guests include Dorothy Kirsten, Larry Storch, and Barbara Heller.
    • July 12, 1959
      July 12, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 41
      Hosted by John Raitt and Janet Blair, guests include Gene Sheldon, Joel Grey and Conley Graves.
    • July 5, 1959
      July 5, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 40
      Hosted by John Raitt and Janet Blair, guests include Dorothy Kirsten and Alan Young.
    • November 10, 1957
      November 10, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      Tony Martin fills in as host as Dinah takes a the week off. Red Buttons and Joan Davis share the comedy chores, and dancer Maria Tallchief does an interesting ballet with an underwater motif. Nat (King) Cole croons and joins his wife Marie in one number.
    • February 16, 1958
      February 16, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 17
      Dinah's guests include comedian Ed Wynn, Nanette Fabray and Mel Torme. Also appearing are ballet dancers Eugene Slavin and Gertrude Tiven. Highlights: Ed Wynn tells about his inventions. Ballet dancers Eugene Slavin and Gertrude Tiven spin thru "Impala" and a pas de deux. Mel Torme and Nanette Fabray join in the singing and Nanette and Dinah poke fun at reducing salons. The windup has Ed Wynn reminiscing about the days with Ziegfeld.moreless
    • February 23, 1958
      February 23, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 18
      Dinah welcomes Bette Davis, Alan King and two newlywed vocalists Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. Highlights: Bette joins Dinah in a sketch making fun of the Actors Studio and the "method." There's a fashion show featuring the creations of top designers. Dinah and several others intend to pull a "Peter Pan" and fly across the stage for the finale.moreless
    • May 4, 1958
      May 4, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 27
      Dinah's guests are Shirley Temple, Sally Forrest, John Raitt and Kay Thompson. Musical Highlights: Shirley Temple sings "Flim, Flam, Floo" and joins Dinah, Kay Thompson and John Raitt in a toyroom Fantasy. Shirley's a princess doll, Dinah's a Raggedy Ann, Raitt's a tin soldier and Kay Thompson's a Jill-in-the-box.
    • May 11, 1958
      May 11, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 28
      Dinah's guests are Nanette Fabray, Gisele MacKenzie, Julius La Rosa, and Eddie Foy Jr. Highlights: A cute finale tonight as Dinah gives Nanette Fabray a baby shower.
    • May 25, 1958
      May 25, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 30
      Shirley MacLaine is the guest host and welcomes Walter Pidgeon, Andy Williams, Gogi Grant and Mickey Shaughnessy to the show.

      Shirley does a Kabuki theater bit, getting mixed up in a number of parts she's supposed to play. She also does a little singing with Walter Pidgeon and a rock-n-roll number with Mickey Shaughnessy.

    • June 15, 1958
      June 15, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 33
      Dinah's guests are Marge and Gower Champion and Art Carney. Musical Highlights: Dinah sings "All Alone" and "Tomorrow". Dinah, Marge and Gower and Art team up for "Hey, Babe". At the close Dinah introduces Janet Blair, Edie Adams and John Raitt who will take over for her during the summer.
    • April 20, 1958
      April 20, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 25
      Dinah's guests are Jose Greco, Van Johnson, Anna Maria Alberghetti and child dancer Michael Davis. Musical Highlights: Dinah repeats her popular version of "76 Trombones" and gives the pitch for the evening. Jose Greco and company present "The Four Horsemen". Dinah sings "I Remember April". Dinah and Anna Maria duet on "La Paloma". Van and Dinah duet a song number with special lyrics. Jose Greco is joined in a dance number by seven-year-old Michael Davis. Regular Ted Reid also appears.moreless
    • April 13, 1958
      April 13, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 24
      Dinah's guests are Eve Arden, Eddie Bracken and the Mary Kaye Trio. Highlights: Dinah duets with Mary Kaye. There's a satire on cosmeticians and their valuable oils, from Eve Arden and Dinah, and a salute to baseball week from Eddie Bracken.
    • March 9, 1958
      March 9, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 19
      Dinah's guests are Bob Cummings, Pat Boone, Carol Burnett and Shirley MacLaine. Musical Highlights: Surrounded by drums, Dinah opens with an imaginative version of "Begin the Beguine" in this nicely balanced bill. Pat Boone sings one of his hits, and appears in a duet with Dinah. Shirley MacLaine returns for a dance bit in Persian, Texas, and modern hipster styles. Comic Carol Burnett does a monolog.moreless
    • March 16, 1958
      March 16, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 20
      Dinah's guests are Beatrice Lillie, Janis Paige and Jimmie Rodgers. Musical Highlights: The group perform songs from Rodgers' South Pacific.
    • March 23, 1958
      March 23, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 21
      Dinah's guests are Tony Martin, Peter Lawford and Betty Hutton. Musical Highlights: Bouncing Betty Hutton and Dinah sing some old hits to the tune of 12 costume changes. Dinah and Betty do a duet, "Songs Through the Years - 1860-1958". Peter Lawford joins in for "There'll Be Some Changes Made". Dinah sings "Music, Maestro, Please".moreless
    • April 6, 1958
      April 6, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 23
      Dinah and guests, Ray Bolger, the McGuire Sisters, and Jan Clayton take to the air on wires, and tour an Easter fantasy land.
    • Home For Christmas
      Home For Christmas
      Season 5 - Episode 12
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans & Trigger, guests include Roy & Dale's children & grandchildren also join in the festivities. Also actor Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Gale Storm, The King Sisters, The Sons of the Pioneers and the Paul Weston and Orchestra.


      Dale Evans sings "Home For Christmas" & "Fat Man With the Big White Beard" and "One Little Candle". Roy sings, "Christmas on the Plains" Gale Storm sings, "Winter Warm" Dale & Gale sing, "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo" The Sons of the Pioneers perform, "Saddle Up" And Roy & Dale sing "Happy Birthday, Gentle Savior". Also some filmed excerpts of the Hollywood "Santa Claus Lane" parade are shown for the children.moreless
    • December 4, 1960
      December 4, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 10
      Dinah Shore welcomes guests Charles Boyer, Victor Feldman Combo and The Opera Comique Ballet.
    • March 30, 1958
      March 30, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 22
      Ethel Merman is the hostess and welcomes Polly Bergen, Andy Williams, Jack Paar, Hugh Downs, Genevieve and Al Kelly. In flashbacks, Merman shows how she rounded up tonight's stars. Back in the studio Polly and Ethel exchange songs on the theme of what singer's life story Polly should undertake next. Musical Highlights:You Make Me Feel So Young and The Party's Over (Ethel Merman, Polly Bergen); The year's hit love songs and Are You Sincere? (Andy Williams); Dragnet in Paris (Jack Paar & Genevieve); Talk to Him (Polly Bergen); Jack Paar does a parody of the Tombstone follies. And all join in for I Like a Happy Ending.moreless
    • April 27, 1958
      April 27, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 26
      Betty Hutton is the hostess and welcomes actor George Sanders, Miyoshi Umeki, Louis Prima & Keely Smith and Sam Butera and the Witnesses.
    • May 18, 1958
      May 18, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 29
      Dinah welcomes Ginger Rogers, Mike Nichols & Elaine May, Howard Duff & Ida Lupino. Also regulars: The Skylarks. Musical Highlights: Ginger Rogers dances to "Fango Tango" and joins Dinah in a number they are sure no one else has done. Howard Duff and Ida Lupino have a nightmare sequence on a familiar theme, some of which is very funny, showing all the things that can go wrong on a TV show. And Mike Nichols and Elaine May perform a comedy routine.moreless
    • May 24, 1959
      May 24, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 34
      Dinah welcomes Johnny Mercer, Joseph Schildkraut (currently performing in "Diary of Anne Frank"), Harry James and his orchestra and Cliff Arquette (aka Charlie Weaver) returns.

      Charlie Weaver brings his mother to the show. He somehow has gotten the idea that his mom is going to be the next vocalist with the Harry James orchestra.

      Dinah and Joseph Schildkraut reenact the Christmas shopping scene from the play "The Affairs of Anatol," a drama written by Arthur Schnitzler.

      (Musical) Highlights:
      Dinah sings "Put the Blame on Me."
      Johnny Mercer joins Harry James & his band for a medley.moreless
    • January 26, 1958
      January 26, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 14
      Dinah welcomes Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford, Ted Reid and The Steiner Brothers. Musical Highlights: A swinging opening as Frank Sinatra, Dinah, and Peter Lawford snap to "Memphis Blues". Dinah and Frank repeat their smash routine of singing tunes remembered from their radio days. Dinah sings, "That Great Come and Get It Day" and Ted Reid does a comic routine.moreless
    • January 19, 1958
      January 19, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 13
      Dinah welcomes Ethel Merman, Andy Griffith and Cyril Ritchard. Highlights: An amusing routine features Ritchard, the suave Englishman, and Griffith, the country boy, as a pair of swains, trying to win Dinah's hand. Also recommended is Ritchard's explanation of American love songs. They confuse him.
    • October 27, 1957
      October 27, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      Dinah welcomes Robert Cummings, Boris Karloff and Gale Storm to this Halloween party show.

      Boris Karloff joins the Steiner brothers on "Whistle a Happy Tune".
    • November 3, 1957
      November 3, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      Dinah's guests are Maureen O'Hara, Robert Wagner, Howard Keel and Shirley MacLaine. Highlights: The theme for tonight's show is style changes in clothes, songs, and automobiles. Howard Keel does some singing with Dinah, Maureen O'Hara tries her hand at folk singing, and even Robert Wagner warmes up his pipes.
    • December 8, 1957
      December 8, 1957
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      Nanette Fabray hosts tonight's show guests include Bob Crosby, Shirley MacLaine and the comedy team of Dan Rowan & Dick Martin. Comedy Highlights: Nanette Fabray and Bob Crosby click with "Man and Woman" and Nan and Shirley MacLaine share an amusing night club bit.
    • January 5, 1958
      January 5, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      Tom Ewell hosts and welcomes Thelma Ritter, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Shirley MacLaine and John Raitt. Musical Highlights: Tom Ewell comments on "sounds" in New York. Your previewer's favorite routine features the original "sloppy" lyrics to hit tunes by Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, and Cole Porter. Shirley MacLaine dances, John Raitt and Anna Maria sing. Thelma Ritter does her showstopper, "Flings", from the Broadway musical, "New Girl in Town".moreless
    • June 8, 1958
      June 8, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 32
      Dinah welcomes Miyoshi Umeki, Steve Lawrence, Shirley MacLaine and her husband George Montgomery.

      Miyoshi Umeki sings and shows Dinah and hubbie George Montgomery how Japanese wives treat their husbands.

      Musical Highlights: Unusual visual background effects highlight Dinah's opener, "I'm Sitting on Top of the World." Dinah sings, "Hey, Babe", Steve Lawrence sings, "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street". Miyoshi Umeki & Dinah duet with "Inchworm". A marionette number as Dinah and Shirley MacLaine do "Look At Me".moreless
    • June 29, 1958
      June 29, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 35
      Hosted by Edie Adams, John Raitt and Janet Blair with special guests Dorothy Kirsten, Stan Freberg and Dean Jones. A musical sketch with the entire cast in a guessing game called Little-known verses of well-known songs. Musical Highlights: "Dry Bones" (All) "Mad About the Boy" (Adams, Blair, Kirsten, Freberg) Takeoff on show openings (Adams, Blair, Raitt) "I Like You Just the Way You Are" (Blair, Orville)moreless
    • January 18, 1959
      January 18, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 16
      Dinah Shore welcomes Louis Jourdan, Audrey Meadows and Eddie Bracken.
      Also appearing: Tony Charmoli, the show's choreographer, performs a dance number.
    • January 25, 1959
      January 25, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 17
      Dinah's guests are Van Johnson, Marge & Gower Champion, Dorothy Kirsten and Cliff Arquette (aka Charlie Weaver). Dinah sings, "Today, I Love Everybody". Art Clokey (creator of Davey & Goliath and Gumby & Pokey) is the art director behind the beginning show sequence which was done in claymation.
    • February 1, 1959
      February 1, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 18
      Louis Jourdan visits Shirley MacLaine, as she acts as hostess for a Japanese variety show. Thirteen Japanese entertainers perform: songstress Izumi Yukimura; James Shigeta, singing TV star; classical dancer Wakana Hanayagi; female jazz musician Haru Tominaga, who plays the koto, an ancient instrument; the Rice Paddies, comedy team of three girls and two boys; and the Baseball Kings, a quartet of pantomime artists who lampoon baseball.moreless
    • February 22, 1959
      February 22, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 21
      Dinah welcomes Gordon MacRae, Gisele MacKenzie, Jacques D'Amboise, Violette Verdy and Cal Tjader.
    • December 21, 1958 Christmas Show
      December 21, 1958 Christmas Show
      Season 3 - Episode 12
      Dinah welcomes Burl Ives, Gale Storm, John Raitt, Frederick Davis, Missy Montgomery and The Mormon Choir of Southern California.
    • December 7, 1958
      December 7, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 10
      Sid Caesar hosts and welcomes guests Audrey Meadows, Dolores Gray, Cliff Norton, The Szonys and the Tony Scott Quintet.
    • July 6, 1958
      July 6, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 36
      Hosted by Edie Adams. John Raitt, Janet Blair & Eddie Foy Jr., special guests Shelley Berman and Dorothy Kirsten are welcomed. Highlights: Comedy sketches include a dressing room sequence featuring Edie Adams and Janet Blair and an apartment house pantomime with Eddie Foy, Jr. Dorothy Kirsten's solo is the aria One Fine Day from Puccini's Madame Butterfly.moreless
    • July 20, 1958
      July 20, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 38
      Hosted by John Raitt, Edie Adams, Janet Blair and Eddie Foy Jr., special guest Mickey Shaughnessy is welcomed. Musical Highlights: "Pass that Peace Pipe" (All) "Left Right Out of Your Heart" and "Don't Cry" (Edie Adams) Vaudeville routine (Eddie Foy Jr., John Raitt) "Get Me to the Church on Time" (Eddie Foy Jr., Mickey Shaughnessy) "You'll Never Walk Alone" (John Raitt) "Sand Dance" (All).moreless
    • August 10, 1958
      August 10, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 41
      Hosted by John Raitt, Edie Adams and Janet Blair, special guests Stan Freberg and Dorothy Kirsten are welcomed. Highlights: All join in for "Yes Indeed". Janet Blair sings "Feudin', Fussin' and Fightin'", "Too Darn Hot" and "Gone With the Wind". John Raitt sings "Song of the Vagabonds" and "High Noon". Edie Adams performs "South Rampart St. Parade", "To Keep My Love Alive" and "Tender Trap". Opera star Dorothy Kirsten performs "Love Walked In", "It's Nice to Be Traveling" and "Song From Moulin Rouge".moreless
    • November 2, 1958
      November 2, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      Guest host Sid Caesar welcomes Art Carney, Shirley MacLaine, Jo Stafford, and The Kirby Stone Four.
    • June 2, 1957
      June 2, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      Hosted by Pat Boone & Shirley MacLaine, guests include George Gobel, Gisele MacKenzie and Jeff Donnell. Bemoaning the fact that she's the only one of the group without her own TV show, Shirley is given the chance to display her talents in a production number based on several fairy tales. Comedy Sketch: Cast: Rumpelstiltskin, (George Gobel); Princess, Gretel, Beauty, (Shirley MacLaine); Beast, (Pat Boone); Witch (Gisele MacKenzie). In another sketch, Pat decides to audition a TV wife for his fall series. George offers advice, and even lets Pat do a scene opposite Alice, as played by Jeff Donnell.moreless
    • May 17, 1957
      May 17, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      Dinah welcomes Art Carney, Betty Hutton, Boris Karloff, Gloria DeWerd and Nancy Kilgas. Also regulars: The Skylarks. (Musical) Highlights: Dinah sings "I Want to be Happy." Dinah and Art Carney duet on "Bibberty Bobberty Boo." Betty Hutton sings "It Had to Be You." Dinah and Hutton perform a medley of 'good old ballads'. Dinah and Boris Karloff do a duet of "Momma, Look a Boo Boo."moreless
    • November 23, 1958
      November 23, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      Dinah welcomes Maurice Evans, Gordon MacRae and his wife Sheila MacRae, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, and Dinah's husband George Montgomery.
    • November 16, 1958
      November 16, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      Dinah welcomes Sid Caesar, Mahalia Jackson, Jose Greco, Cliff Norton and Michael Davis.

      Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson performs a duet with Dinah.
      Jose Greco does a Spanish dance number with Dinah, and introduces his young protege Michael Davis.
      Sid and Dinah do a Roaring '20s sketch.
    • One Woman Show
      One Woman Show
      Season 7 - Episode 1
      A one-woman show is the result of Dinah's wish "to do one show in which I can just sing and sing and sing." Backed by Frank DeVol's orchestra and her long-time accompanist Ticker Freeman, she'll do just that, concentrating on spirituals, blues and ballads.

      Musical Highlights: Blues: "St. Louis Blues," "Sent for You Yesterday", "Blues in the Night," "The Man I Love". Ballads: "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams", "Hello Young Lovers", "After You've Gone", "Please Don't Talk About Me", "Some of These Days", "Without Love", "Glory of Love", "I Ain't Down Yet", "Hi Lili" and "I Get Along Without You". Spirituals: "Motherless Child", "Joshua", "All God's Children" and "Ezekiel".moreless
    • Ghosts, Goblins & Kids
      Ghosts, Goblins & Kids
      Season 5 - Episode 5
      A children show hosted by Jay North, Angela Cartwright and Teddy Rooney. Guests include Cherylene Lee, Teagarden Trampoline Acrobats, the Dolores Black Dancers, Ann Nauseda, Joey Alfi and Mike Robertson. Angela Cartwright sings, "I Enjoy Being A Girl".
    • November 30, 1958
      November 30, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 9
      Dinah welcomes Bob Cummings and Shirley Booth.
    • October 12, 1958
      October 12, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      Dinah welcomes Ella Fitzgerald, Peter Lawford and Jimmy Durante.
    • October 11, 1959
      October 11, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      Dinah welcomes Zsa Zsa Gabor, Pat Boone and Art Carney.
    • October 26, 1958
      October 26, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      Dinah welcomes Maurice Chevalier, Elsa Lanchester, Julius LaRosa and Joan Davis to the show.
    • October 19, 1958
      October 19, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      Dinah welcomes Ethel Merman, Danny Thomas and Rusty Hamer, and Marge & Gower Champion.
    • October 5, 1958
      October 5, 1958
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      Dinah welcomes Burl Ives, Art Carney, Louis Jourdan and Gwen Verdon. Dinah sings "Something Wonderful" (from "The King and I") and duets with Burl Ives on "Early One Morning".
    • Children Are People
      Children Are People
      Season 4 - Episode 29
      Jay North, Jerry Mathers and Angela Cartwright host this show dedicated to kids. Also appearing Linda Thornton, Cubby O'Brien, Rebecca Pennet, the Pasadena Boys' Club Marching band and the Teagarden Acrobatics (Rick, Linda, Mark, Jack, Phyllis Teagarden).
    • January 10, 1960
      January 10, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 15
      Dinah welcomes Ella Fitzgerald, Ida Lupino and Howard Duff, The Limelighters, Dinah's daughter Melissa Montgomery and The Ballet School.
    • January 13, 1957
      January 13, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 5

      Dinah welcomes Perry Como, Art Carney, Stubby Kaye, Count Basie and Joe Williams. Also regulars: The Skylarks.

      Dinah opens with "Chantez, Chantez".
      Dinah and Art sing and dance to "Back in the Old Routine".
      Dinah and Perry sing "Wherever You Go - I'm Following You".

    • February 22, 1957
      February 22, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans. Roy & Dale welcome Pat Brady, Pete Logan, Tony Martin and his Orchestra, The Sons of the Pioneers, Kilgore Rangerettes and the Texas Range Riders.
    • March 22, 1957
      March 22, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      Dinah welcomes Dan Dailey, Pat Boone and Shirley MacLaine. Also regulars: The Skylarks. Highlights: Dinah shares a pleasant duet with Pat, dances the cha-cha-cha with Shirley, and joins Dailey in a soft-shoe routine. Finale has the entire cast satirize a gala Hollywood party.
    • April 19, 1957
      April 19, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      Dinah welcomes Dean Martin, Joey Bishop, Hugh O'Brian, Sally Forrest and the Dunhills. Also regulars: The Skylarks. Musical Highlights: Dinah sings "Promises" and "Cattle Call".
    • December 16, 1956
      December 16, 1956
      Season 1 - Episode 4

      Dinah welcomes Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Donald O'Connor, Dizzy Dean and Evelyn Rudie. Plus, regulars The Skylarks.

      Dinah dances with Donald O'Connor.
      Dinah, Donald, Roy and Dale present a satire on western life.

    • November 30, 1956
      November 30, 1956
      Season 1 - Episode 3

      Dinah welcomes guests, Shirley MacLaine, George Gobel, Guy Mitchell and Joel Grey. Also regulars: The Skylarks.

      George Gobel dances cave-man as Dinah and Shirley chase him to the tune of "Lonesome George".
      Guy Mitchell takes a turn on the drums.
      Joel Grey totes along his "beanstalk".

    • June 1, 1958
      June 1, 1958
      Season 2 - Episode 31
      Dinah welcomes Red Buttons, Cyril Ritchard, Mahalia Jackson and Sally Forrest.

      Musical Highlights: Dinah sings, "I'm Sitting on Top of the World" and Dinah & Mahalia duet on, "Down By the Riverside".
    • November 2, 1956
      November 2, 1956
      Season 1 - Episode 2

      Dinah welcomes Betty Grable, Hildegarde, Jaye P. Morgan, Hal March, Dick Humphreys and Jimmy Huntley. Hal appears in a song-and-dance with Dinah and Betty. The four girls will present their impressions of the typical female singer.

      Musical Highlights:
      Dinah & Hildegarde join in on "Freres Jacques".
      Dinah, Jaye P. Morgan and Hildie get together to sing "The Girls".
      Hal March sings and dances "The Tango" with Betty Grable.
      Dinah sings "Put the Blame on Mame".

    • November 15, 1959
      November 15, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 7
      Dinah welcomes French singer Yves Montand, songstress Julie London and comedian Cliff Arquette, who appears as Charley Weaver and as Charley's mother. Montand presents an extended session of songs from his one-man show which was recently seen on Broadway.

      (Musical) Highlights: Julie London sings "Makin' Whoopee". Harry Zimmerman orchestra.
    • October 5, 1956
      October 5, 1956
      Season 1 - Episode 1

      Premiere episode. Dinah welcomes Frank Sinatra. Other guests include Dizzy Dean, Johnny Silver, Pamela Duncan and Leo Durocher. Plus regulars: the Skylarks.

      Frank sings "Jealous Lover".
      Dizzy Dean sings "The Wabash Cannonball".
      Dinah, Frank and Dean comedy sketch of "Showboat".

    • March 22, 1959
      March 22, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 25
      Dinah welcomes Ginger Rogers, Cesar Romero, Mahalia Jackson and Cliff Arquette (aka Charlie Weaver).

      Dinah sings "Charlie, My Boy" for guest Charlie Weaver.
    • April 5, 1959
      April 5, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 27
      Dinah welcomes Louis Prima & Keely Smith, Jose Greco and Sam Butera and the Witnesses.

      (Musical) Highlights: Dinah sings "April Showers" & "I'll Remember April". Jose Greco dances to Ravel's "Bolero". Louis Prima, Keely Smith, and Sam Butera and the Witnesses do a medley of songs in an extended segment.
    • April 19, 1959
      April 19, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 29
      Dinah welcomes Lana Turner, Carl Reiner, Kay Starr and Red Norvo & his jazz combo.
      In a comedy sketch, Dinah tries to interview Lana but has to contend with the director.

      (Musical) Highlights:
      Dinah sings Cole Porter's "It's Alright With Me" in an arrangement very similar to the one she recorded on her Capitol album "Dinah Sings Some Blues With Red (Norvo)".
      Dinah also sings "Save Your Sorrow."

      Kay Starr sings "100 Years from Today" and "Three Letters."moreless
    • Mexican Fiesta
      Mexican Fiesta
      Season 4 - Episode 26
      Hosted by Janet Blair guests include Ricardo Montalban, Gilbert Roland, Dolores Del Rio, Carlos Aruza, Tito Guizar, Lilia Guizar, Cuco Sanchez, Lucha Moreno and Los Costenos.
    • April 3, 1960
      April 3, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 27
      Dinah welcomes Betty Grable, Richard Keith, Vic Damone, the Wiere Brothers Little Ricky's Combo (Desi Arnaz IV, Stanley Seale, Barry Goodman, Mike Ward, Teddy Kruger, Stuart Salsbury, Wendy Cole),
    • April 10, 1960
      April 10, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 28
      Dinah welcomes Lucho Gatica, Eber & Nelida Lobato, Jonas Moura, The Argentina Folk Ballet, The Marinho Sisters, The Trio Felix and Los Huasos Quincheros.
    • April 24, 1960
      April 24, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 30
      Dinah welcomes, George Burns, Dwayne Hickman, Red Norvo and Mata and Hari performing a Silent skit titled "Kiss Me My Love". Dinah sings, "Wherever You Go", "I'm Having Myself a Time" and "This Is A Man". Red Norvo performs on the zylophone with his band and Dinah sings to, "Weary Blues", "I Ain't Got Nothing but the Blues", "Lover Where Can You Be" and "Bye Bye Blues".moreless
    • March 20, 1960
      March 20, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 25
      Dinah Shore welcomes Gordon MacRae and Sheila MacRae, Joey Bishop, Audrey Meadows, Carl Reiner and Ralph Edwards.
    • March 13, 1960
      March 13, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 24
      Dinah Shore welcomes actor Stephen Boyd, Janis Paige, Shelley Berman and Carl Reiner.
    • February 14, 1960
      February 14, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 20
      Dinah welcomes Rossano Brazzi, Domenico "Volare" Modugno, Armando Trovaioli of The Trovajoles jazz group and Joey Alfidi the 11-year-old prodigy who has conducted at Carnegie Hall.
    • February 21, 1960
      February 21, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 21
      Janet Blair hosts and welcomes guests Craig Stevens, William Bendix, Frankie Vaughan, ventriloquist Shari Lewis and the comedy team of Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.
    • February 28, 1960
      February 28, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 22
      Dinah welcomes Chuck Connors, Benny Goodman, Carl Reiner and Liane Dayde & Michel Renault.
    • March 6, 1960
      March 6, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 23
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans guests include Gene Detroy and his Marquis Family of Chimpanzees.
    • The World's First Aqua Rodeo
      The World's First Aqua Rodeo
      Season 4 - Episode 31
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans; guests include John Gaffney, Jake Jacobs, with twenty daring underwater cowboys. Roping, riding and wrestling ferious sharks and vicious sea turtles. Bubbles and Bimbo famous performing whales fun-loving trained porpoises, hilarious trained seals. All staged in the world's only three-ring sea circus 'Marineland of the Pacific'.moreless
    • May 8, 1960
      May 8, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 32
      Dinah Shore welcomes Andy Williams, Sally Ann Howes, The Kim Sisters and Carl Reiner.
    • November 6, 1960
      November 6, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 6
      Dinah welcomes guests Alfonso de la Morena Vicente Escudero, Deolinda Rodriguez, Pacho de Ronda, the Nazare Folklore Dancers and the Coimbra University Chorus.
    • November 13, 1960
      November 13, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 7
      Western show hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, guests include Jimmy Murphy and his Roman Horses. The Sons of Pioneers and Glen Randall's Chariot Horses.
    • November 20, 1960
      November 20, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 8
      Dinah welcomes guests Art Carney, Patti Page and The Four Little Angels.
    • Arabian Nights
      Arabian Nights
      Season 5 - Episode 9
      Curiousity in a curio shop. Janet Blair rubs a genuine imitation Aladdin’s lamp. Abracadabra, a genie appears! This genie, a mixed-up type, not only thinks he’s 15 feet tall, but mistakes poor Janet for Scheherazade. He whisks her by rug back to the Bagdad marketplace and his master, Ali Baba. John Vivyan, who was TV’s Mr. Lucky, plays Sinbad the Sailor in this hour-long taped musical. Louis Nye, Steve Allen’s old cohort, is the genie and John Hoyt is Ali Baba.

      Highlights: Arabian Mwaaah, Janet Blair Genie with the Light Brown Rug, Janet Blair & Louis Nye Wine, Women and Song, John Vivyan & John Hoyt Jazz in a Harem, Janet Blair ’Till Tomorrow, Janet Blair & John Vivyan Wrong Note Rag, Janet Blair, John Vivyan, John Hoyt.moreless
    • October 23, 1960
      October 23, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 4
      Dinah welcomes Jonathan Winters and The Marquis Chimps.
    • October 16, 1960
      October 16, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 3
      Hosted by Art Linkletter, guests include Chuck Connors, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jimmie Rodgers, Alan Young and Betty Garrett.
    • Pleasant Dreams
      Pleasant Dreams
      Season 4 - Episode 33
      Hosted by Carl Reiner, guests include Jose Ferrer, Jane Powell, Julie London and Audrey Meadows. The troupe materialize in this musical dream sequence also created by Carl Reiner.
    • May 22, 1960
      May 22, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 34
      Dinah welcomes Art Carney, Walter Slezak and Mahalia Jackson.
    • October 2, 1960
      October 2, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, guests include Walter Brennan, Molly Bee and The Brothers Four.
    • October 9, 1960
      October 9, 1960
      Season 5 - Episode 2
      Dinah welcomes Red Skelton, Nat King Cole and Tuesday Weld. Dinah & Nat sing, "Feel So Low Down And Sad" and "Everytime I Have The Spirit".
    • February 7, 1960
      February 7, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 19
      Dinah welcomes Gene Sheldon, Joe Jackson Jr., Armandis and Darvas & Julia Trenier.
    • January 24, 1960
      January 24, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 17
      Dinah welcomes Pearl Bailey, Carl Reiner and Ingemar Johannson. Dinah & Pearl duet on "Mack the Knife".
    • September 6, 1959
      September 6, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 49
      Hosts Janet Blair and John Raitt welcome entertainer Rose-Marie, song-and-dance man Eddie Foy Jr. and ventriloquist Shari Lewis.

      Highlights: Janet Blair sings Something Big, John Raitt sings Tomorrow Mountain, Raitt and Blair sing Indian Love Call and Eddie Foy and Janet Blair perform Pair of entertaining gentlemen.
    • September 13, 1959
      September 13, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 50
      Hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt, guests include Howard Morris, Pat Carroll, Paul Smith and Sam Butera and the Witnesses.
    • September 20, 1959
      September 20, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 51
      Hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt, this is the last show of the summer series. Guests include Opera singer Dorothy Kirsten, comedian Shecky Greene, piano team of Paul & Annette Smith, Don Adams and Loulie Jean Norman.

      In a sequence showing how a show is created, producer, Bob Henry, associate producer Greg Peters, choreographer Jack Regas, script secretary Joan Maas, and writers Ed Simmons, Jack Brooks and Martin Ragaway portray themselves.

      Musical Highlights:

      Janet & John sing, "Everything’s Coming Up Roses"
      Dorothy Kirsten performs "Summertime" and an aria from Madame Butterfly.
      John Raitt performs an aria from Figaro.
      Dorothy & John duet on "Bess, You is My Woman Now".moreless
    • September 27, 1959
      September 27, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 52
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans; guests include Edie Adams, Connie Francis, Audie Murphy, Eddy Arnold, John Terrin, Rafael Mendez, Sons of the Pioneers, Dodie & Debbie Rogers and the Rudell Brothers.
    • August 30, 1959
      August 30, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 48
      Hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt; guests include Howard Morris, Pat Carroll and Paul Smith.
    • August 23, 1959
      August 23, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 47
      John Raitt and Janet Blair host and welcome singers Dorothy Kirsten and Jimmy Dean, and comedian Don Adams to an evening of music, much of it with a Southern accent.


      Swanee and I love Louisa (Janet Blair) I’ve Got Plenty of Nothing and Make a Miracle (John Raitt) Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (Janet Blair, John Raitt, Dorothy Kirsten) Un Bel Di (Dorothy Kirsten) Look at the Good Side (Jimmy Dean) Happy child (Janet Blair & Jimmy Dean) What this World needs (All).moreless
    • April 26, 1959
      April 26, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 30
      Roy Rogers & Dale Evans host a Country and Western music show. The guests include Roy Acuff, Johnny Cash, The Everly Brothers, George Gobel, Betty Johnson, The Kingston Trio, Minnie Pearl and Ernest Tubbs.
    • May 3, 1959
      May 3, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 31
      Dinah welcomes Peter Lawford, Gene Barry and Janis Paige.
    • May 10, 1959 Mother's Day Tribute
      May 10, 1959 Mother's Day Tribute
      Season 3 - Episode 32
      Dinah welcomes Bob Cummings, Steve Lawrence and Marge & Gower Champion.

      As part of a tribute to Mother's Day, Dinah shows baby pictures of herself and her guests. The Champions dance to nursey rhymes. Bob Cummings and Dinah play grandparents. Dinah's guests join her for a satire of dance parties.
      (Musical) Highlights:
      Dinah sings her Mother's Day standard "I Was Too Busy."
      Steve Lawrence sings "Only Love Me."
      Dinah and Steve Lawrence do a medley of World War II songs.moreless
    • May 31, 1959
      May 31, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 35
      Dinah welcomes Tony Bennett, Mike Nichols & Elaine May, Janet Blair and the Clark Sisters.
    • October 4, 1959
      October 4, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 1

      Dinah welcomes Groucho Marx, Gwen Verdon, Carl Reiner, and Ingemar Johansson to the show.

      Dinah adds a notch to her versatility. She has learned to sing in Swedish, and does so in a delightful duet with Ingemar Johansson.

      (Musical) Highlights: Gwen performs "'Erbie's Itch" and duets with Dinah on "I Want to Be Happy". Groucho harasses a supposed audience member, then sings duets with Dinah on "Peasy Weasy."

    • October 25, 1959
      October 25, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      Dinah welcomes Grace Chang, Kim Hee Duk, Yukiji Asaoka, The Rocky Fellers, the Fiji Island Marching Band and the Bavanihan Ballet of the Philippines.
    • December 20, 1959
      December 20, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 12
      Dinah welcomes Charles Laughton, Yves Montand and Donna Atwood.
    • December 27, 1959
      December 27, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 13
      Hosted by Craig Stevens and Gene Barry, guests include Gisele MacKenzie, Sally Ann Howes, Gino Donati, George Sbardela, The Mary Kaye Trio and The Culver City Imperials Drum Corps.
    • Around the World With Nellie Bly
      Around the World With Nellie Bly
      Season 4 - Episode 14
      Story about female journalist who traveled around the world in 72 days.
    • January 17, 1960
      January 17, 1960
      Season 4 - Episode 16
      Hosted by Jane Powell, guests include Tales of Wells Fargo actor Dale Robertson, Peter Gunn star Craig Stevens, Miyoshi Umeki, Taina Elg and Carl Ballantine.
    • State Fair, U.S.A.
      State Fair, U.S.A.
      Season 4 - Episode 11
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans; guests included Molly Bee, Jimmy Dean, Carl Reiner, Dusty Rogers & Sandy Rogers, The Jolly Gadgeteers and the Paul Weston Orchestra.
    • December 6, 1959
      December 6, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 10
      Dinah welcomes Mary Costa, Mahalia Jackson and Alfred Apaka.
    • November 1, 1959
      November 1, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      Dinah welcomes Art Buchwald, Eddie Constantine, Liane Dayde, Marcel Marceau and Michel Renault.
    • November 8, 1959
      November 8, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 6
      Hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans; guests include Pat Brady, Trigger and Trigger, Jr. Robert Armbruster's Hollywood Orchestra and the San Francisco Rodeo Orchestra.
    • November 22, 1959
      November 22, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 8
      Dinah welcomes Jackie Cooper, Betty Grable, Dinah's husband George Montgomery and The Inbal Folk Ballet.
    • November 29, 1959
      November 29, 1959
      Season 4 - Episode 9
      Hosted by Janet Blair guests include Craig Stevens, Gene Barry, Ginny Tiu and Spike Jones & His Orchestra, also Les Marottes.
    • June 28, 1959
      June 28, 1959
      Season 3 - Episode 39
      Hosts John Raitt and Janet Blair welcome guests comedienne Pat Carroll and Howard Morris.

      Highlights: An office theme keeps Janet Blair, John Raitt, Pat Carroll and Howard Morris hopping. Carroll and Morris do a lunch counter vignette and a janitor's bit.