The Engelbert Humperdinck Show

ABC (ended 1970)


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Episode Guide


  • Season 1
    • May 27, 1970
      May 27, 1970
      Episode 17
      Engelbert's guests are Vince Edwards, Shirley Bassey, Stiller and Meara, Kenny Ball and the Jazz Men. Highlights: Engelbert sings "If I Had a Hammer," "Green River" and "If Ever I Should Leave You" Vince and Engelbert perform "Girl Talk". Shirley Bassey sings "Sea and Sand" and "The Joker". Vince Edwards performs "Mirage". Kenny Ball and the Jazz Men perform "So Do I" and "Up a Lazy River".moreless
    • May 13, 1970
      May 13, 1970
      Episode 16
      Engelbert's guests are Liberace, musical comedienne Fay McKay and comic Allen Drake. Highlights: Engelbert sings "Cabaret," "Release Me," "There's No You" Liberace performs "Mixed Emotions," love theme from "Romeo and Juliet".
    • April 29, 1970
      April 29, 1970
      Episode 15
      Engelbert's guests are Juliet Prowse, Jack Wild, comedian Jack E. Leonard and the rocking Blue Mink. Highlights: Engelbert sings "A Taste of Honey", "We Kiss in a Shadow" and "What Now My Love". Engelbert in a skit with Jack E. Leonard and Jack Wild about oldtime vaudeville. Juliet Prowse sings and dances to "Tomorrow Never Knows". Jack sings "Standing on the Corner" Blue Mink performs "Good Morning Freedom" and "I Can Feel It Baby".moreless
    • April 22, 1970
      April 22, 1970
      Episode 14
      Engelbert's guests are Dusty Springfield, Buddy Greco and Jonathan Winters. Highlights: Salute to Busby Berkeley as Engelbert, Dusty, Buddy and Jonathan spoof all those lovely big brassy Hollywood musicals. Engelbert sings "Foolish Heart", "Light My Fire" and "Both Sides Now". Engelbert and Dusty duet to "Ain't No Mountain High Enough".
    • April 15, 1970
      April 15, 1970
      Episode 13
      Engelbert's guests are Elke Sommer, the Four Tops and comedian Carl Ballantine. Highlights: Engelbert sings "This Guy's in Love with You" and "Bridge over Troubled Water". The Four Tops perform "It's All in the Game". Elke and Engelbert duet with "Our Love is Here to Stay".
    • April 8, 1970
      April 8, 1970
      Episode 12
      Engelbert's guests are Jack Jones, Connie Stevens, Harry Secombe and comedian Louis Nye. Highlights: A spoof of the "The Forsythe Saga" continues.
    • April 1, 1970
      April 1, 1970
      Episode 11
      Engelbert's guests are Jack Benny, song-and-dance man Bobby Van, Shani Wallis and Irish singer Clodagh Rodgers. Highlights: Shani Wallis sings "Down With Love" and "Yesterday I Heard Rain". Bobby Van performs "After Today". Clodagh Rodgers performs "Wolf". Engelbert sings "That's The Way It Was in Vaudeville" with Bobby Van. A takeoff sketch on "Midnight Cowboy" called "Midnight Cowhand".moreless
    • March 25, 1970
      March 25, 1970
      Episode 10
      Engelbert's guests are Joel Grey, Laugh-In's Jo Anne Worley, Lana Cantrell and Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66. Highlights: Joel Grey performs "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and "With A Little Help From My Friends". Engelbert sings "Falling In Love With Love", "Take A Letter, Maria" and "Wandering Star". Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 perform "Easy to Be Hard" and "Norwegian Wood". Lana Cantrell sings "My Life". Jo Anne Worley sings "I Love You, Engelbert" and then with Engelbert does "Do You Love Me?"moreless
    • March 18, 1970
      March 18, 1970
      Episode 9
      Engelbert's guests are Ken Berry, Georgia Brown, Kaye Stevens and Pop singer Tommy Roe. Highlights: Engelbert sings "On a Wonderful Day Like Today". Georgia sings "Just Leave Everything to Me". Tommy Roe and Engelbert duet with "Stir It Up and Serve It". Kaye Stevens sings "God Bless the Child". Ken Berry performs "Yankee Doddle Dandy".moreless
    • March 11, 1970
      March 11, 1970
      Episode 8
      Engelbert's guests are Don Knotts, Caterina Valente, singer Malcolm Roberts and The Edwin Hawkins Singers. Highlights: The Edwin Hawkins Singers perform "Oh Happy Day" and "I Believe". Engelbert sings "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head". Caterina sings "What the World Needs Now" and "Fascinating Rhythm". Engelbert, Malcolm and Caterina perform "Johnny One Note" Don Knotts does a sketch about unrecognized inventors.moreless
    • March 4, 1970
      March 4, 1970
      Episode 7
      Engelbert's guests are Jerry Lewis, Lulu, Ray Charles and impersonator Marilyn Michaels. Highlights: Jerry Lewis appears in sketches about a doctor, a lawyer and Frankenstein. Marilyn Michaels does impersonations of Ethel Merman, Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland. Jerry sings "Blues in Hoss' Flat".
    • February 25, 1970
      Engelbert's guests are Milton Berle, Carmen McRae, Nyree Dawn Porter and Oliver. Highlights: Milton Berle teaches Engelbert all about comedy, Mr. Television style. Nyree sings "When in Rome" and "The Music That Makes Me Dance". Nyree joins Engelbert and Milton for "Let's Do It". Engelbert does a medley with "Aquarius" and "Let the Sunshine In". Oliver sings "Jean". Engelbert sings "For Once in My Life".moreless
    • February 18, 1970
      Engelbert's guests are Paul Anka, Phil Silvers, Dana Valery and Millicent Martin. Highlights: Phil Silvers performs "All I Need is the Girl" Paul Anka sings "Watch What Happens". Millicent performs "When I Die". Dana Valery sings "Get in Line Girl".
    • February 11, 1970
      Engelbert's guests are Lena Horne, Joel Grey, Trisha Noble and the Vanity Fare. Highlights: Lena Horne sings "From this Moment On" and "A Flower is a Lovely Thing". Joel Grey presents a medley from "Fiddler on the Roof" and sings "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head". Vanity Fare performs "Early in the Morning".moreless
    • February 4, 1970
      February 4, 1970
      Episode 3
      Engelbert's guests are Gina Lollobrigida, Lou Rawls, Roger Whittaker and comedienne Kaye Ballard. Highlights: Gina and Englebert do a sketch on silent films with Engelbert as Rudolph Valentino, Gina also does the Charleston and the Tango. Lou Rawls sings "Ol' Man River" and "On a Clear Day". Roger Whittaker does "Durham Town". Comedienne Kaye Ballard sings a rousing solo and romps through a skit.moreless
    • January 28, 1970
      January 28, 1970
      Episode 2
      Engelbert's guests are Elke Sommer, Roger Miller, Georgia Brown and Laugh-In's Arte Johnson. Highlights: In sketches, Engelbert and guests parody TV's The Forsyte Saga; Elke and Engelbert make like young marrieds. Engelbert sings "Day by Day" and "Spanish Eyes". Elke and dancers perform "Any Place I Hang My Hat". Roger Miller sings "Dang Me". Georgia Brown performs "Strike Up the Band". Arte Johnson does "Top Hat, White Tie and Tails."moreless
    • January 21, 1970
      January 21, 1970
      Episode 1
      From London, England the premiere of The Engelbert Humperdinck Show with guests Tony Bennett, Leslie Uggams and Donald O'Connor. Highlights: Engelbert sings "When I Fall in Love" and "Marry Me". Tony Bennett sings "What the World Needs Now", "MacArthur Park" and "For Once In My Life". Leslie Uggams sings "Come Together" and "Free Again". Donald O'Connor and Engelbert do a World War I flying aces sketch. Donald O'Connor performs "The Joker".moreless
    • December 26, 1969
      Engelbert's special is a prelude to his new series starting in January. His guests from London are Jose Felicano, Tom Jones, Dionne Warwick and Barbara Eden. Highlights: Engelbert sings "Didn't We" and "Release Me".