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
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