The Dinah Shore Chevy Show - Season 7

NBC (ended 1962)




Episode Guide

  • Easter Show
    Easter Show
    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
  • December 9, 1962
    December 9, 1962
    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
    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".
  • December 30, 1962
    December 30, 1962
    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.

  • January 20, 1963
    January 20, 1963
    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
    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
    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
  • May 12, 1963
    May 12, 1963
    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").

  • One Woman Show
    One Woman Show
    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