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Episode Guide

  • Season 6
    • June 16, 1964
      June 16, 1964
      Episode 34
      6/16/64
      0.0
      For Garry's final program of the series, his troupe returns for a final curtain call, included are Carol Burnett, Allen Funt, Marion Lorne, Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Carol Burnett, Alan King, Allen Funt and Marion Lome join Garry for his swan song. Clowns, secretaries and "Candid Camera" sequences are the subjects the troupe reminisce about in this final hour.moreless
    • May 26, 1964
      May 26, 1964
      Episode 33
      5/26/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Rosemary Clooney, Don Knotts and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: The gang opens with "Let's Get the Banjo Out of the Attic". Don is a billionaire in a skit and a fire insurance salesman in another. Don Knotts performs "Ol' Hoot". Roy performs a specialty dance. A snappy needling of the presidential contenders. Rosemary Clooney sings "Miss Otis Regrets" and "Baby the Ball is Over".moreless
    • May 19, 1964
      May 19, 1964
      Episode 32
      5/19/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eileen Farrell, Dom DeLuise and Ruth Buzzi. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon Durward Kirby. Highlights: Eileen Farrell sings "Vissi d'Arte" from Tosca. Eileen also sings "I Hate Men". Dom DeLuise performs magic tricks. Dorothy sings "No New Tunes". Dorothy and Durward are in a sketch about a Hollywood script girl. A skit with the gang lampooning interviewing celebrities at a Broadway opening.moreless
    • May 12, 1964
      May 12, 1964
      Episode 31
      5/12/64
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      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme and Bernie West. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Eydie Gorme sings "The Friendliest Thing" and "Baubles, Bangles and Beads". Bernie West and Dorothy Loudon appear in two skits with Garry. Bernie as a lawyer drawing up Garry's will whil his wife eavesdrops. Dorothy narrates a TV inspired fashion show. Eydie closes with "I Wish You Love".moreless
    • May 5, 1964
      May 5, 1964
      Episode 30
      5/5/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Nancy Walker and Shani Wallis. Also with regulars Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: A few sharp topical digs filed away in a time capsule sketch. Alan King does a routine about his wife's telephone calls. Alan and Nancy duet with "I Remember It Well". Nancy's nutty wife of a thrifty senator. Shani sings "I'm Just Wild About Harry".moreless
    • April 28, 1964
      April 28, 1964
      Episode 29
      4/28/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Terry-Thomas, Steve Lawrence, Shani Wallis and Allen and Rossi. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: Steve Lawrence sings two songs from his hit Broadway musical, "What Makes Sammy Run?". Shani Wallis performs an African jazz dance. Steve is Napoleon in a broad take-off of "What's My Line?" Terry-Thomas in an appropriately dopey sketch kidding Scotland Yard. Allen and Rossi and their "Hello Dere" routine. The finale is Terry-Thomas narrating a mad children's ballad, "Seymour and the Moose".moreless
    • April 21, 1964
      April 21, 1964
      Episode 28
      4/21/64
      0.0
      Garry's guest is Boris Karloff. Also with regulars Alan King, Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Dorothy Loudon's "We'll Be Ready" routine as a World's Fair hostess and her medley of flirtation songs. Alan King talks about women and their organizations in his usual satircal way. Boris Karloff's version of a TV kiddie show and his rendition of "Tiptoe Through the Tulips".moreless
    • April 14, 1964
      April 14, 1964
      Episode 27
      4/14/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Jazz pianist Erroll Garner, comedian Norm Crosby and dancer Gwen Verdon. With regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Erroll Garner performs "Fly Me to the Moon" and "I Get a Kick Out of You". Gwen Verdon does a song-and-dance to "I'm Old Fashioned". Dorothy sings "My Crazy Sister Rose". A sketch on buying a toaster in a discount store. Sketches include a cheap European vacations, and a take-off of "Huntley-Brinkley Report" interviewing the President. And songs by Victor Herbert round out the program.moreless
    • March 31, 1964
      March 31, 1964
      Episode 26
      3/31/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Chita Rivera and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1943. The entire cast does a medley from "Oklahoma". Alan King does a routine on the cost of an evening out on the town. Chita Rivera sings "That Great Come and Get It Day". Roy Castle performs "Spring Is Here". Garry as Walter Crankcase with a "Camera on America" visit to Count Dracula's castle with Chita as Countess Dracula.moreless
    • March 24, 1964
      March 24, 1964
      Episode 25
      3/24/64
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      Garry's guests are Allan Sherman, Vicki Carr, Steve DePass, Miriam Makeba, The Hi-Los and bandleader Si Zentner. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: Garry and his troupe off an "Easter Parade" medley. Miriam sings "Lakutshn, Fiane" (Lovely Lies) and "The Click Song". All join in for a special Hoagy Carmichael medley instead of "That Wonderful Year" segment.moreless
    • March 17, 1964
      March 17, 1964
      Episode 24
      3/17/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Rosemary Clooney, Barbara Harris, Bob Dishy and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1962. A St. Patrick's Day celebration opening with the Kerry Dancers. Garry reads lost and found ads. Rosemary Clooney sings "All Alone". Barbara Harris and Bob Dishy of "From the Second City" fame, do a satirical sketch about a roadside diner at 4 am. Roy Castle does an orchestral song-and-dance routine. Garry as "Buster Keaton" pantomimes on the woeful life of a litterbug. Rosemary sings "Moon River". Roy Castle closes the finale with "Danny Boy".moreless
    • March 3, 1964
      March 3, 1964
      Episode 23
      3/3/64
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      Garry's guests are Dorothy Provine, Charlotte Rae, Norm Crosby and Randy Hall. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: Charlotte Rae and Durward Kirby (as her husband) lampoon an average day in the homelife of a gangster. Garry and Dorothy play a married couple whose children spend too much time watching television commercials. Charlotte and Dorothy sings "Hole in the Bucket" during a down-on-the-farm segment. Norm Crosby does a Christopher Columbus routine. Garry reads the mail criticizing his spoof of "The Beatles". Randy Hall plays the tin whistle. Dorothy Provine is featured in a song-and-dance number assisted by four male dancers.moreless
    • February 25, 1964
      February 25, 1964
      Episode 22
      2/25/64
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      Garry's guests are Caterina Valente, Nancy Walker and comedians Grecco and Willard (Vic Grecco and Fred Willard). Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Nancy Walker plays a policewoman desperate to make a masher arrest to an overage beatnik (Durward). Caterina sings "There Will Never Be Another You", "Cherokee" and "Flamenco Malaga".moreless
    • February 18, 1964
      February 18, 1964
      Episode 21
      2/18/64
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      Garry's guests are Nat King Cole, George Gobel, Michael Bentine and Karen Morrow. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 19. Nat King Cole sings "My True Carrie Love", "That Sunday, That Summer" and "Get Happy". George Gobel as Mr. Average Man in a consumer research skit. A sketch about NATO members keeping the peace among themselves. All join in for the finale with "Accentuate the Positive".moreless
    • February 11, 1964
      February 11, 1964
      Episode 20
      2/11/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Chita Rivera, Nancy Walker, Magician Mark Wilson and Bernie West. Also with regulars Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 19?. Alan King's wedding anniversary routine as he celebrates his 17th tomorrow. Garry, Alan, Durward and Nancy do a take-off on "The Beatles" called "The Cockroaches". Bernie and Nancy in a sketch about a missile launching general in a count-down search of a missing bolt. Magician Mark Wilson known by youngsters from "The Magic Land of Allakazam". An old fashioned saloon-song medley. Nancy, Alan and Durward do a pantomime to the old classic "Father Dear Father, Come Home With Me Now".moreless
    • February 4, 1964
      February 4, 1964
      Episode 19
      2/4/64
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Nancy Wilson and The Smothers Brothers. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1905. Garry and Durward Kirby show what happens when old acquaintances fail to recognize each other. Durward and Dorothy play a couple defeated by a tape recorder. Nancy Wilson sings "Give My Regards to Broadway" and "Someone To Watch Over Me". The Smothers Brothers discuss the city of Charleston and our Pilgrim fathers in their own comical way.moreless
    • January 28, 1964
      January 28, 1964
      Episode 18
      1/28/64
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      Garry's guests are Carol Burnett, Jose Ferrer, Shani Wallis, Jackie Mason and Bernie West. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Garry & Durward show Carol a film of her accident-prone past performances. Carol is "Doris Night" an elderly Doris Day in a spoof. Shani Wallis sings "Bless 'Em All" and "It's Been a Long Day". Jackie Mason talks about national and international politics. Carol & Jose do a sketch about faulty memories. Garry & Shani Wallis sing with cartoon character Stanley. Carol & Durward duet on "Forget Me". All join in for "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers". And for the finale all join in for a sketch on "The Bach Family" in 'Counterpoint' with Carol playing the mother of Johann's 20 children.moreless
    • January 21, 1964
      January 21, 1964
      Episode 17
      1/21/64
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      Garry's guests are Nancy Walker, Shani Wallis and Allen and Rossi. And with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1940. When coffee cost 21 cents a pound. A quart of milk was delivered for 12 cents. Nancy Walker plays a woman on a budget cruise sharing a tiny cabin. Garry and Durward play a pair of dispassionate newsmen describing an impending disaster by a meteor. Shani sings "There Goes My Heart" and "The South American Way". Allen and Rossi stop by to say "Hello Dere!"moreless
    • January 14, 1964
      January 14, 1964
      Episode 16
      1/14/64
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      Garry's guests are Florence Henderson, Bernie West and Bill Cosby. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1956. Florence and Durward play a couple facing a moment of decision in a bachelor apartment. Garry plays a man needing a bank loan. Florence Henderson sings "Here and Now". Dorothy and Florence duet with "The Power of Love". Dorothy is a take-off of a bells-are-ringing character. Bernie and Dorothy in a skit about getting lost in a paperback. Bill Cosby offers his impression of television commercials. A lively finale to "Get Me to the Church on Time".moreless
    • January 7, 1964
      January 7, 1964
      Episode 15
      1/7/64
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      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon and Karen Morrow. Also with regulars Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1944. Gwen does a special dance to "I've Got the World on a String". Karen Morrow sings "I'm Not At All in Love". Karen, Garry and Durward appear in a sketch about non-tipping diners. Alan King becomes man's answer to Dr. Joyce Brothers with his own brand of advice to the lovelorn.moreless
    • December 31, 1963
      December 31, 1963
      Episode 14
      12/31/63
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      Garry's guests are Chita Rivera, Roy Castle and Melody Condos (Martha Raye's daughter). Also with regular Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: A joyous New Year's offering from its "Quiet New Year's" opening. Chita does a special dance number pantomiming a romance with a snowman. Melodye sings "Cotton Fields". Dorothy as a child looking for Tinker Bell. Roy chimes in with an original song and dance arrangement. Garry and Durward are joined by Dorothy in a comedy sketch about a complusive eater who is put on a diet by her husband. Chita Rivera's Cleopatra spoof during the "Lazy River" finale.moreless
    • December 24, 1963
      December 24, 1963
      Episode 13
      12/24/63
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      Garry's guests are Eileen Farrell, Dorothy Collins and Norm Crosby. Also with regular Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Garry and Durward do a skit, "The Night They Arrested Santa". Eileen Farrell sings "O Come All Ye Faithful" and "Silent Night". A Christmas poem by William Saroyan is read. Norm Crosby shows his concern for Santa's wife. Dorothy Collins is caught in a mail order fiasco.moreless
    • December 17, 1963
      December 17, 1963
      Episode 12
      12/17/63
      9.5
      Garry's guests are Nancy Walker, Nancy Dussault and Allen and Rossi. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1932. Garry talks to a little cartoon man in the show's opening. Nancy Walker as Rapunzel, "Who says blondes have all the fun? she asks, dragging her long blonde hair. Allen and Rossi do a take-off of "To Tell the Truth". Also a skit about the Barrymore family. Nancy Walker, Marty Allen and Steve Rossi help Garry present awards for the year's best television commercials. Nancy Dussault sings "Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee". Nancy Walker sings "Shuffle Off to Buffalo". All join in for "You Meet the Nicest People". Nancy Walker, Marty Allen and Steve Rossi help Garry present awards for the year's best television commercials.moreless
    • December 10, 1963
      December 10, 1963
      Episode 11
      12/10/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Nancy Dussault, John Gary, Jackie Mason and Joey Forman. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1946. "The Day the Script Girl Didn't Show Up" and a far-fetched portrayal of "Monsieur Beaucaire" are given by Garry and his guests Jackie, Nancy and John. Nancy is in a production number in which she portrays a WAC returning home after the war. John Gary sings "More", "Half As Much" and "All Through the Day".moreless
    • December 3, 1963
      December 3, 1963
      Episode 10
      12/3/63
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      Garry's guests are Mel Torme and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Alan King, Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1935. Skits include a look at the days when people are numbers instead of names. A take-off on "Lives of the Bengal Lancers" with Alan King as tribal chief Ali Ben Casey. Durward and Dorothy are a man and wife trying to assemble a bicycle Mel sings "When the World Was Young". Roy sings "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off". The finale is "I've Got Plenty of Nothin'".moreless
    • November 26, 1963
      11/26/63
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      Garry's guests are Rosemary Clooney and comic Bill Cosby. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1956. Dorothy as a telephone answering service girl who uses accents suitable to her clients' business. Rosemary, Garry, Dorothy and Durward read letters to and from a department store and how the stor corrects a simple error. Garry and Durward in a "Buntley-Hinkley" report illustrating the dispassionate attitude of good newsmen. Rosemary sings "A Good Man is Hard to Find". Dorothy sings "The Power of Love". Bill Cosby does a routine on television commercials. The finale involves Martha and Jenny those two little old ladies who look like Garry and Durward in "Get Me to the Church on Time".moreless
    • November 19, 1963
      11/19/63
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      Garry's guests are Nancy Dussault, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1934. Nancy Dussault sings "I'm Old Fashioned". A skit about a couple in dire need of a maid (Mimi). A dance to Bach's latest jazz hit "Prelude No. 9" by Johann Sebastian Bach. Garry and Durward give their interpretation of "Ah, Wilderness!" Nancy Dussault sings the finale "I Get a Kick Out of You".moreless
    • November 5, 1963
      November 5, 1963
      Episode 7
      11/5/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Terry-Thomas and Gwen Verdon. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1914. Dorothy sings "Twelfth Street Rag" in a 1914 Kansas City setting. Gwen Verdon presents a modern version of "Two Little Maids From School". Gwen sings and dances to "St. Louis Blues". All join in a sketch about a harried husband who plans to do away with his wife.moreless
    • October 29, 1963
      October 29, 1963
      Episode 6
      10/29/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Allan Sherman and Nancy Dussault. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1929. A pre-Halloween opening production number to "I'm Flying". Dorothy Loudon's demonstration of the trick with Peter Foy's assistance (he flew Mary Martin in "Peter Pan".) Allan the folksinger does a medley of his favorite "sons" songs. Nancy does a soft-shoe routine with Durward and Nancy sings "Singin' in the Rain". Garry and Dorothy as the wife of a hypochondriac.moreless
    • October 22, 1963
      October 22, 1963
      Episode 5
      10/22/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Nancy Walker, Shani Wallis and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 19?. The opening song is politically charged with elections two weeks away "As Long As You Vote". Alan King does a routine about his wife and politics. Roy and garry duet with "Little Tin Box" from "Fiorello". Nancy Walker in a sketch with Garry and Durward titled "The Devil and Senator Morfit". Shani Wallis sings "I Just Voted". Roy and Shani duet with "Let's Not Sing About Politics". Nancy Walker does a take-off of Mme. Nhu The "Mayor Quagmire" sketch comes across as overdone and in poor taste.moreless
    • October 15, 1963
      October 15, 1963
      Episode 4
      10/15/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Brock Peters and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1927. Brock Peters sings "The Eagle and Me" and "Ol' Man River". Dorothy and Durward join Garry in a sketch about a husband going to college while his wife works. Dorothy Loudon's take-off od Helen Morgan singing "Bill". Roy Castle's "Flight of the Bumble Bee". A bit about courtesy on the subway Tokyo style.moreless
    • October 8, 1963
      October 8, 1963
      Episode 3
      10/8/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Steve Lawrence and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1920. Steve Lawrence in a bit about a pizza pie investigation in Washington and a take-off on an old German film. Roy Castle's marionette dance singing "Get Married" with Garry, Steve and Durward as he introduces his wife Fiona. Dorothy appears as silent screen star Elsie Teardrop. Steve sings "Night and Day", "Without a Song" and "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home". Dorothy as Snow White in a fairytale version of "Eleventh Hour". All join in for the finale on "Look For the Silver Lining".moreless
    • October 1, 1963
      October 1, 1963
      Episode 2
      10/1/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme and The Smothers Brothers. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1937. The Smothers Brothers do a take-off on TV medical dramas. Eydie Gorme sings "I Don't Care" and "After You've Gone". The folk-singing Smothers Brothers perform "Git Along Little Doggie" and a thing called "Cabbage". Dorothy does a skit about the influence of quiz shows as a TV addict. Dorothy and Eydie duet with "The Lady is a Tramp".moreless
    • September 24, 1963
      9/24/63
      0.0
      Garry's guest is Eileen Farrell. with regulars Dorothy Loudon, Alan King and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Eileen sings "My Man's Gone Now" from Porgy and Bess. A skit about a quiet day on an expanded news report. A medley of songs on "Manhattan". A slapstick bit about a holdout householder in an airport.moreless
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