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.
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.
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".
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.
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".
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.
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".
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".
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."