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Episode Guide

    • May 29, 1962
      May 29, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 32
      5/29/62
      9.5
      Garry's guests are Robert Goulet, Barbra Streisand and Allen and Rossi. Also with regulars Durward Kirby and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1929. Charles Lindbergh married Ann Morrow. Lt. Jimmy Doolittle made the first instrument flight and Ramsay MacDonald was the first British Prime Minister to address Congress. Two other Britishers attracted the attention of the Broadway critics that year, a young comedian named Bob Hope and a chorus boy named Archie Leach who later changed his name to Cary Grant. The show opens with a production of "Team Work". Garry sings "Show Me a Rose". Robert Goulet sings "Lost in the Stars". A sketch called "Vacation Time 2000 AD" Garry is the owner of "Rent-a-Rocket" outer space travel agency, which is a Pledge commercial with Durward Kirby, blast off with Pledge! Comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, Steve sings "With a Song in My Heart". Barbra Streisand sings "When the Sun Comes Out". In a comedy sketch, Durward Kirby, Carol Burnett and Garry review the TV season, Durward is Dr. Ben Casey and Carol is his nurse. Barbra Streisand sings "Happy Days Are Again". Steve Rossi sings Al Jolson's "Sonny Boy". Robert Goulet sings "Ain't Misbehavin'". Carol Burnett sings "Mean to Me". Durward Kirby sings a chorus of "Singin' in the Rain". Garry sings "Honeysuckle Rose". Barbra sings "Moaning Low". Marty Allen sings "May I Kiss Your Hand Madam". The male chorus sings "Springtime in the Rockies". Steve Rossi sings "Without a Song". Cole Porter's 1929 play "One Million Frenchmen" production number with the Eiffel Tower and twelve beautiful girls.moreless
    • December 17, 1963
      December 17, 1963
      Season 6 - 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
    • April 4, 1961
      April 4, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 26
      4/4/61
      7.5
      Garry's guests are Nat King Cole and Carol Lawrence. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1950. Setting the mood with "The Springtime Cometh" (from "Camelot"). Songs include "From This Moment On", "Dearie", "Nevertheless", "Mona Lisa" and "Autumn Leaves". Durward, Carol and Marion do a skit titled "Found Money".moreless
    • April 9, 1963
      April 9, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 27
      4/9/63
      7.0
      Garry's guests for his Easter Show are Vic Damone, Nancy Walker and Alan King. Also regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1935. A take-off on "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp" with Nancy as the genie enpowered to grant Garry's wildest dreams also in the sketch are Durward and Alan. Vic Damone sings "Begin the Beguine" Nancy Walker sings "On the Good Ship Lollipop". All join in for the finale to "Happy to Make Your Acquaintance".
      "That Wonderful Year" - 1935moreless
    • April 10, 1962
      April 10, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 27
      4/10/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Roberta Peters and Alan King. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1937. 1937 When Joe Louis became world's heavyweight boxing champion. Alan King discusses income tax in a routine. Roberta Peters sings two solos.
    • April 24, 1962
      April 24, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 28
      4/24/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eileen Farrell and Bob Williams and his dog Louie. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1917. 1917 songs include "Over There", "Oh, Johnny" and "Smiles". Eileen Farrell sings "I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues". Carol plays a hung-over "Cinderella". Eileen and Carol duet on the closing suffragette song.moreless
    • May 1, 1962
      May 1, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 29
      5/1/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Julie Andrews and English comic Roy Castle. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1947. Songs from "Finian's Rainbow" are performed. Julie and Roy give Carol a "Cockney lesson" and 'cor blimey' she learns how. Carol is a "first lady pitcher" in a skit on the New York Mets.moreless
    • March 27, 1962
      March 27, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 26
      3/27/62
      0.0
      George Gobel replaces the vacationing Garry. Guests are Vic Damone and Susan Johnson. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1926. George does a dopey monologue about his 'family tree'. George and Carol do a skit about a frustrated son-in-law working in his wealthy father-in-law's business. Susan Johnson sings "In the Still of the Night" and "Better Luck Next Time". George and Marion appear in a spoof of Sidney Howard's "The Silver Cord".moreless
    • March 20, 1962
      March 20, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 25
      3/20/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon and Allen and Rossi (Marty Allen and Steve Rossi). Also with Durward Kirby and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1933. Singer-dancer Gwen Verdon displays her talents in a production number based on the song "Shoo Fly Pie". Steve Rossi sings "I've Got the World On a String". Marty does a rock 'n roll teenager bit as well as their "Hello Dere" record bits while Steve sings and Marty dances. Carol plays a television kiddie show proprietor and instructs the little ones in how to mix martinis. There also a parody called "Teahouse 90" with a Nipponese version of "Riddle Led Liding Hood" involving Garry, Carol, Marty and Durward. Carol does her Greta Garbo impersonation. Steve Rossi sings "Temptation". Marty is an early singing telegram delivery boy.moreless
    • March 17, 1964
      March 17, 1964
      Season 6 - 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
    • February 13, 1962
      February 13, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 20
      2/13/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Mel Torme and Cliff Norton. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1930. Cliff does a monologue on the state of TV today and his football coach routine on tackling a coed team. Mel sings "Shine on Your Shoes". Carol sings "I'm Confessin'" and "Ten Cents a Dance". Two more sketches one titled "Last Woman on Earth" and "Sweepstakes".moreless
    • February 20, 1962
      February 20, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 21
      2/20/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Jo Stafford and Bobby Ramsen. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1955. Jo Stafford sings "Misty". Carol plays "Peter Pan" in skit. Bobby pokes fun at credit cards. Carol, Durward and Garry spoof the radio sound effects man.
    • February 27, 1962
      February 27, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 22
      2/27/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon and Milt Kamen. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1948. Gwen sings and dances to "Pretty to Walk With". All join in for a sketch on "Palace Intrigue" in which Carol plays the reigning Queen over courtly chaos. Gwen appears as a charm school teacher who transforms Garry from a shy square into a polished man-of-the-world. Gwen teams up with Carol in the finale of "Be a Clown".moreless
    • March 6, 1962
      March 6, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 23
      3/6/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Barbara McNair and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1921. In a skit satirizing psychological warfare, Garry and Durward are opposing soldiers engaged in some hand-to-hand combat. Alan King does a routine about dogs. Carol is Supergirl in one skit about a girl who can do anything except find true love. In a sketch called "Strike It Sick" Carol plays a guest with much to complain about. Barbara sings "Wang Wang Blues". In a sketch Durward plays a matador, Alan is the husband whose wife (Carol) is fascinated by Rudolph Valentino.moreless
    • March 13, 1962
      March 13, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 24
      3/13/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Red Skelton, Bob Melvin and Steve Lawrence. Also with Durward Kirby and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1909. Red as Clem Kadiddlehopper delivers Chinese food to the office of the head of a record company just as Conway Twerp (Durward Kirby) walks out on his contract, he is about to be transformed into the Nation's new singing idol by Garry as Carol appears as the seductive young lady who tries to lure Skelton into signing a contract. Carol Burnett plays a woman President of the United States in 1990 and Garry is the reporter who discovers some interesting angles in interviewing her. Steve sings "If Ever I Should Leave You". All join in for "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now".moreless
    • May 8, 1962
      May 8, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 30
      5/8/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Don Knotts, Denise Lor and Duke Ellington. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1956. Duke Ellington and his Band perform "Rockin' in Rhythm". Don is a TV weather man stranded without his weather department report. Denise Lor sings "Mack the Knife".moreless
    • June 5, 1962
      June 5, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 33
      6/5/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse and Jack Jones. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1951. Jack Jones sings "You Make Me Feel So Young" and "Too Late Now". The year of Senator Kefauver's crime committee investigations. Garry, Don and Carol appear in a sketch about advertising executives. Gwen and Bob team up for an original dance production "Dancin' Man". Carol, Durward and Garry present their wild outlook on the pitfalls of marriage.moreless
    • June 12, 1962
      June 12, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 34
      6/12/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Diahann Carroll and Tim Conway. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1931. Carol does her "Dr. Sisters" routine Carol as the legendary wife of Peter Piper, the man who picked a peck of pickled peppers, stands trial in a highly alliterative courtroom comedy, with Garry as the counsel for the Crown, who wrings a startling disclosure from Carol over the objections of her attorney, played by Durward and Marion Lorne is the court stenographer. Tim and Carol do a spoof of "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" Diahann and Carol duet with the finale "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries".moreless
    • October 30, 1962
      October 30, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 6
      10/30/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Carol Burnett, Roy Castle and Allen and Rossi. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1948. Long-playing records were introduced, the mambo was the dance craze and plastic bubble gum appeared on the American scene. This was also the year Harry Truman bested the pollsters and Jane Wyman and Sir Laurence Olivier won Oscars. Carol with Garry and Durward sings a song telling how wonderful it is to be free from the weekly television grind. Carol plays a violinist who is so careful of her hands her right hand has never touched her left hand. Carol sings "I've Got a Loverly Bunch of Coconuts". The finale is called "After the Brawl".moreless
    • November 13, 1962
      November 13, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 7
      11/13/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eileen Farrell, Roy Castle, Alan King and former regular Marion Lorne. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: Eileen Farrell sings "Andrea Chenier". Alan King does a monologue about suburban house parties. Roy Castle sings and dances "Why Not Me?" Marion Lorne back on the show for the first time this season talks about her new fur coat.moreless
    • November 20, 1962
      November 20, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 8
      11/20/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Nat King Cole, Carol Burnett and Allen Funt. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is ?. Nat King Cole sings "The Way You Look Tonight", "Dear Lonely Hearts" and "Too Young". Allen Funt brings along some candid films of Garry talking to 4 and 5 year olds who are very profound in some remarks. Carol as Snow White and Durward Kirby plays the jealous Wicked Queen and Garry is both narrator and Prince Charming. Carol is a shoplifter in a skit and sings "Let Me Entertain You". All join in for a "Tennessee Waltz" finale which spoofs Tennessee Williams.moreless
    • November 27, 1962
      November 27, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 9
      11/27/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme, Peggy Cass and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1928. Peggy plays Garry's wife in a skit about a henpecked man buying a suit. Durward Kirby as Mother Benson, runs a loan company. Roy Castle is a Buckingham Palace Guard with a mosquito on his nose in one skit. Peggy does a documentary-style takeoff with Garry and Durward on the hardships of coast-to-coast travel in the year 1928. Eydie Gorme sings "Granada". Roy Castle does a song-and-dance routing with "Strike Up the Band". Eydie Gorme does a flapperish finale with "You Belong to Me".moreless
    • October 23, 1962
      October 23, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 5
      10/23/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Steve Lawrence and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1938. Garry and Durward parody TV shows. Steve portrays an Erich Von Stroheim type, silent film star. Steve sings "This Can't Be Love" and "The Second Time Around". Garry, Durward and Steve are married men receiving advice from bachelor Roy via a song, "Get Married". Roy Castle also does a song-and-dance routine to "I've Got Rhythm". Steve Lawrence performs that 1938 classic "This Can't Be Love". Roy Castle performs "Jeepers Creepers" in a harem setting.moreless
    • October 16, 1962
      October 16, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 4
      10/16/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Dorothy Collins, Nancy Walker and Alan King. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is ?. Nancy Walker appears in two sketches, "Pinocchio" and the movie classic "7th Heaven" are the highlights. Dorothy Collins sings "Blame It On My Youth" and "Running Wild". Alan King does a monologue about his childhood.moreless
    • October 9, 1962
      October 9, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 3
      10/9/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Dennis Weaver, Bob Newhart and Barbara McNair. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1932. Barbara McNair sings "All About Love". Garry plans parodies of "The Defenders" and "Mutiny on the Bounty". Dennis and Durward duet to "We're Not Built to Be Sidekicks". A spoof of "The Defenders" that makes the grade when Mr. Defenders introduces his son (Dennis Weaver). Bob Newhart does a routine on a "Friend and his dog".moreless
    • June 19, 1962
      June 19, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 35
      6/19/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Don Knotts, Barbara McNair and Alan King. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1900. Songs from 1900 include Garry singing "My Wild Irish Rose", Barbara sings "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and Carol sings "I'm Only a Bird in a Guilded Cage". Garry, Don and Carol do a broad lampoon on advertising executives called "Tranquilizers". Barbara McNair sings "If You Love Me". Alan King targets insurance in his comedy routine. Don plays a man who is madly in love with Carol.moreless
    • June 26, 1962
      June 26, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 36
      6/26/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests for his season finale are Carol Haney and Alan King. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1900. Carol Haney sings "Mack the Knife". Carol, Marion and Durward appear in a skit about the emotional reactions to family members when one of them finds a large sum of money. The two Carols duet with "You Are My Sunshine". At the end of the program Garry introduces Jim Backus the host of "Talent Scouts" the summer replacement series for The Garry Moore Show.moreless
    • September 25, 1962
      September 25, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      9/25/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Keely Smith, Roy Castle and Alan King. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1918. Keely opens with a song-and-dance tribute to Garry's miniature tugboat, "Little Toot". Alan King does a monologue about his recent European jaunt. Keely sings "What Kind of Fool Am I?" and "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby". Roy Castle, a British singer-dancer-comedian demonstrates all three of his talents on "Ain't She Sweet?". Keely sings "After You've Gone". Roy Castle does an imitation of Leon Erroll and the "Smiles" finale.moreless
    • October 2, 1962
      October 2, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 2
      10/2/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme, Bob Melvin and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1951. Durward Kirby plays Mother Benson, the owner of a roadside antique store in a sketch. The chorus sings "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered", we see a series of Constance Bannister baby pictures illustrating the lyrics. Eydie Gorme sings "Blues in the Night". Roy Castle sings "Get Happy". Garry gets a Cheese Festival Award from "stagehands" and the finale is a Hit Parade Spoof called "Catherine and her Presents".moreless
    • February 6, 1962
      February 6, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 19
      2/6/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Ed Wynn and Shirley Bassey. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1935. All join in the opening production of "Hang On". Shirley Bassey sings "Tonight" and "I'm in the Mood for Love". Carol, Durward and Ed join in a wild fable "The Queen's Train". Ed and Garry appear in a skit playing a doctor who delivers quintuplets. Durward and Carol give a burlesque of the stage and screen play "Separate Tables". Carol portrays "Julie Growse" and her impending marriage to "Frank Clan".moreless
    • January 30, 1962
      January 30, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 18
      1/30/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon and Bob Williams with his trained dog Louie. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1940. Carol plays Garry's office secretary giving him a birthday present. Carol and Durward are in a sketch about two dedicated archeologists who find a love potion in an Egyptian tomb. Gwen sings and dances "Forty-Nine Percent". Songs from 1940 are "Cabin in the Sky" and "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered". Gwen and Carol are in the finale to "Let's Be Buddies".moreless
    • April 11, 1961
      April 11, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 27
      4/11/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are George Gobel and Diahann Carroll. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1922. A takeoff skit on "Name the Right Price" with George Gobel as the host and Carol and Marion as the contestants. Diahann Carroll sings "Chicago". Other songs include "My Buddy" and "On the Alamo".moreless
    • April 25, 1961
      April 25, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 29
      4/25/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Jo Stafford, Don Adams and Ken Berry. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1915. Ken Berry does a funny number called "Let's Get Drunk" where he puts the seal of approval on getting drunk. Jo sings "Come Rain or Come Shine". Don Adams joins in a sketch on a "Millionaire's Club" where Carol is the noisy waitress.moreless
    • May 1, 1961
      May 1, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 30
      5/1/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Julie Andrews, Arthur Treacher and Allen Case. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett.
    • May 8, 1961
      May 8, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 31
      5/8/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Anna Maria Alberghetti and Jack Carter. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett.
    • March 28, 1961
      March 28, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 25
      3/28/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Diana Dors, Frank D'Rone and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett.
    • March 14, 1961
      March 14, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 24
      3/14/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Steve Lawrence, Dorothy Collins and Comedian Bob Lewis. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1933. Songs include "Don't Blame Me", "Let's Fall in Love" and "It's Only a Paper Moon". A skit with Carol as Garry's wife and Durward as the presumed dead ex-husband who reappears. Allen Funt, Dorothy's boss on "Candid Camera" makes a surprise appearance.moreless
    • March 7, 1961
      March 7, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 23
      3/7/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Denise Lor, Alan King and Steve DePass. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1905. Steve DePass performs a Calypso song.
    • February 7, 1961
      February 7, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      2/7/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Mel Torme, Gale Storm, Bill Dana and Billy Gilbert. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1923. Gale joins Carol in a drawing room sketch.
    • February 14, 1961
      February 14, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 20
      2/14/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Ed Wynn, Gretchen Wyler and Allen Case. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1919. Garry, Ed, Durward and Carol present their version of "Sunset Boulevard". A satire on daytime television serials is also staged.
    • February 21, 1961
      February 21, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 21
      2/21/61
      0.0
      Peter Lawford is the guest host substituting for Garry, guests are Sally Ann Howes and Jonathan Winters. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1932. Peter, Durward and Carol do a skit titled "Father Knows Mother Best". All join in for "Shanty Town" and "Night and Day".moreless
    • February 28, 1961
      February 28, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 22
      2/28/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are George Burns and Kay Thompson. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Carol Burnett and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1957. George Burns keeps pretty busy doing a routine, singing that Frank Sinatra favorite "All the Way". Kay Thompson sings "Back Home Again in Indiana".
    • May 22, 1961
      May 22, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 32
      5/22/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Mel Torme, Carol Haney and Jackie Mason. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett.
    • May 29, 1961
      May 29, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 33
      5/29/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gordon MacRae, Sheila MacRae and Morey Amsterdam. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1955. Gordon and Sheila MacRae sing "Love and Marriage" in three languages. Gordon imitates Arthur Godfrey while Sheila cuts up as Tallulah Bankhead in a sketch.moreless
    • January 2, 1962
      January 2, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 14
      1/2/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Johnny Carson and Gisele MacKenzie. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1936. Carol is in a skit "The Morning After" about housewife madness over trading stamps. Gisele sings an original romantice song in French and English. There's a walk-on appearance by Joy Harmon as a stagehand. Johnny Carson and Carol Burnett are in a spoof of "Gone With the Wind". Gisele sings "These Foolish Things". Carol & Gisele duet with "Let Yourself Go".moreless
    • January 9, 1962
      January 9, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 15
      1/9/62
      0.0
      Guest hosts for tonight are Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme. Jack Carter guests. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1955. While Garry's away (one week only) Durward tries to play congenial host but Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme clear the air right off and host the show tonight. Durward and Carol appear in a newlywed skit. Steve & Eydie duet with "A Lot of Livin' To Do" and "Make Someone Happy".moreless
    • January 16, 1962
      January 16, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 16
      1/16/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Denise Lor and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1919. All join in for "The Beer Barrel Polka". Denise Lor sings "Moon River". Durward and Denise appear in a take-off on "The Moon and Sixpence". Carol and Denise join in for the final production number "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm?" Carol spoofs Dr. Brothers and is a bargain happy shopper.moreless
    • January 23, 1962
      January 23, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 17
      1/23/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Paul Ford, Carol Lawrence, Andre Previn and Bea Arthur. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1938. Paul Ford plays the father of twin Carols in one skit and the husband of Bea Arthur in another set at the time of Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" men-from-Mars broadcasts. Garry reads very funny excerpts from the book, "Kids Letters to President Kennedy". Carol Lawrence sings "Going to Wear Your Love". Andre Previn plays "Something's Coming". Carol and two of the girl singers miming "The Andrew Sisters". All join in for the finale "At Long Last Love".moreless
    • December 26, 1961
      December 26, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 13
      12/26/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Peter Lawford, Janice Rule and Dick Haymes. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1961. All join in for "Chime In". In a comedy sketch, Peter marries Carol Burnett and brings her home to the family estate and Durward the butler hates her on sight. Janice sings "I Won't Dance". Dick Haymes sings "Second Time Around". All join in for "Who Put the Bomp in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp?"moreless
    • December 19, 1961
      December 19, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 12
      12/19/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Julie Andrews and Gwen Verdon. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1961. Julie sings "My Favorite Things". Gwen Verdon and a choir perform an enchanting "The Beautiful Trees of Christmas". Garry and Durward remind us that in Washington, the Internal Revenue Department takes no time out for merriment, Santa is in trouble for never having filed a return. Gwen, Julie and Carol perform "Everybody's Doin' It". Carol does the Henry's famous Christmas story, "The Gift of the Magi".moreless
    • December 12, 1961
      December 12, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 11
      12/12/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme and Alan King. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1905. Garry opens with "Deck the Halls" to set the holiday mood. Carol Burnett has a comedy version of vaudeville star Eva Tanguay's famous number, "I Don't Care". Alan King talks about health foods which come in for some spoofing with the help of an encyclopedia. Eydie sings "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" and "Give My Regards to Broadway". Carol Burnett is "Mother of the Year" with a brood of 13. Durward Kirby is Houdini in a blackout bit. A parody of "Cyrano".moreless
    • June 6, 1961
      June 6, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 34
      6/6/61
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      Garry's guests are Opera star Eileen Farrell, comedian Alan King and the Jonah Jones Quartet. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1900. The 1900 song is "Bird in a Gilded Cage". Jonah Jones Quartet play some jazz at the start. A skit called "Marryin' Max" with Carol and Durward as the honeymooning couple. Eileen Farrell performs "Vissi d'Arte" from the opera "Tosca" and "I've Got it Bad and That Ain't Good". The finale is "The Bowery" with Carol Burnett and Eileen Farrell.moreless
    • June 13, 1961
      June 13, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 35
      6/13/61
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      Garry's guests are Jerry Lewis and Carol Lawrence. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1925. Carol Burnett as a flapper sings "Sweet Georgia Brown". Carol Lawrence sings "When the World Was Young". A sketch about a society marriage with Carol Burnett and Jerry Lewis. All join in the finale "Cecilia".moreless
    • June 27, 1961
      June 27, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 36
      6/27/61
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      Garry's guests are Dick Haymes, Fran Jeffries and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1954. Garry's opening production number has him blasting off in a rocket. Dick and Fran duet on "Hallelujah" and "Little White Lies". A repeat skit where Carol gets an accidental clobbering from a safety committee chief. The Broadway play "Pajama Game" is highlighted. The finale with all joining in for "Hernando's Hideaway". Watch for Garry's fadeout scene.moreless
    • December 5, 1961
      December 5, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 10
      12/5/61
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      Garry's guests are Gretchen Wyler and Jack Carter. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1946. A sketch about supermarkets and how they photograph customers who want to cash a check. All join in to poke fun at "High Noon". A parody of "The Lost Weekend".moreless
    • December 4, 1962
      December 4, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 10
      12/4/62
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      Garry's guests are Shirley Bassey, Dorothy Louden and Rossi and Allen. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1956. All join in for the opening number is "Little Me". Garry and Dorothy play a couple at a summer resort looking for romance. (Done before with Carol Burnett) A parody of "The Jackie Gleason Show". Shirley Bassey sings "As Long as He Needs Me" and "I Could Have Danced All Night". A skit with Durward and Dorothy as a married couple having troubles, he is a "day" person and she is a "night" person. Dorothy performs "I'm Going Back" for the finale. Allen and Rossi do a take-off on "Marty". The finale has Dorothy Louden as a switchboard operator in "I Want to Be Treated Like a Human Being".moreless
    • December 11, 1962
      December 11, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 11
      12/11/62
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      Garry's guests are Nancy Walker, Steve Lawrence and Anita Gillette. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1935. Nancy and Durward appear in a skit about an abdicated King and his commoner wife, 20 years after. Nancy plays Ginger Rogers to Garry's Fred Astaire in a comedy spot poking fun at toy commercials on television, then try to sell a game called "Greed". Steve Lawrence sings "What Kind of Fool Am I?" Steve Lawrence plays Gov. Thomas Dewey to Nancy Walker in the finale "Lulu's Back in Town".moreless
    • December 31, 1963
      December 31, 1963
      Season 6 - 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
    • January 7, 1964
      January 7, 1964
      Season 6 - 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
    • January 14, 1964
      January 14, 1964
      Season 6 - 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 21, 1964
      January 21, 1964
      Season 6 - 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
    • December 24, 1963
      December 24, 1963
      Season 6 - 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 10, 1963
      December 10, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 11
      12/10/63
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      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
      Season 6 - 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
    • October 29, 1963
      October 29, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      10/29/63
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      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
    • November 5, 1963
      November 5, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      11/5/63
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      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
    • November 19, 1963
      November 19, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      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 26, 1963
      November 26, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 9
      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
    • February 4, 1964
      February 4, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 19
      2/4/64
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      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
    • February 11, 1964
      February 11, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 20
      2/11/64
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      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
    • May 5, 1964
      May 5, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 30
      5/5/64
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      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
    • May 12, 1964
      May 12, 1964
      Season 6 - 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 19, 1964
      May 19, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 32
      5/19/64
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      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 26, 1964
      May 26, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 33
      5/26/64
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      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
    • April 28, 1964
      April 28, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 29
      4/28/64
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      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
      Season 6 - Episode 28
      4/21/64
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      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
    • March 31, 1964
      March 31, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 26
      3/31/64
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      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
    • February 18, 1964
      February 18, 1964
      Season 6 - 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 25, 1964
      February 25, 1964
      Season 6 - 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
    • March 3, 1964
      March 3, 1964
      Season 6 - 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
    • March 24, 1964
      March 24, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 25
      3/24/64
      0.0
      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
    • October 22, 1963
      October 22, 1963
      Season 6 - 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
      Season 6 - 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
      Season 6 - 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
    • February 5, 1963
      February 5, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 19
      2/5/63
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      Garry's guests are Dorothy Loudon, singer Keely Smith and Jerry Van Dyke. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1920. A courtroom trial set to music, the swing spiritual "Gonna Build a Mountain". Jerry Van Dyke does a routine as the Lone Ranger's first meeting with Tonto. Dorothy Loudon sings "New Hampshire Southern Belle". Keely Smith performs "Going Through the Motions" and "To Each His Own". A skit on living in Florida on retirement insurance is a fun piece of satire.moreless
    • February 12, 1963
      February 12, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 20
      2/12/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Jane Powell, Roy Castle and Joey Forman. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1936. Jane Powell sings "Nobody's Fool". Roy Castle performs a song-dance-trick routine to "I Won't Dance" Comic Joey Forman does an offstage glad-hander who freezes as a contestant on a TV show. Durward Kirby imitates Rudy Vallee to Roy Castle's Jack Benny. Garry does a take-off of his own "I've Got a Secret" show. Jane Powell sings "Loads of Lovely Love".moreless
    • February 19, 1963
      February 19, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 21
      2/19/63
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      Garry's guests are Carol Lawrence, Jonathan Winters, Dorothy Loudon, plus former regular Marion Lorne. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1954. Carol Lawrence sings and dances to "Days of Wine and Roses". Jonathan Winters as a resident of a home for old hipsters. Dorothy sings "The Good Peacut". Jonathan Winters as a grandmother in a take-off on "The Old Man and the Sea". Corrina Manetto steps out of the chorus to sing "The Man That Got Away". Carol Lawrence sings "Baubles, Bangles and Beads".moreless
    • March 5, 1963
      March 5, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 22
      3/5/63
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      Garry's guests are Rosemary Clooney, Roy Castle and Dorothy Loudon. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: In place of "That Wonderful Year" segment a medley of songs taken from the Fred Astaire - Irving Berlin movies is performed. All join in for the opening with "California Here We Come". A spoof on "The Beverly Hillbillies" with Dorothy Loudon as the fashion commentator describing the Hillbillies' wardrobe. Roy Castle performs with "Things Are Swinging". A spoof on "Naked City" in which Dorothy is a telephone operator whose efficiency stymies an attempt at getting an execution stopped.moreless
    • January 29, 1963
      January 29, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 18
      1/29/63
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      Garry's guests are Carol Burnett, Steve Lawrence and Allen and Rossi. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1930. Carol plays the gunslinging Belle Starr invading "Kitty's Saloon" in Dodge City. Steve sings "Go Away Little Girl". Durward Kirby plays the father to Carol's tomboy who would rather wrestle than romance until young Garry comes along. Steve and Allen and Rossi are grand in a bit about a reporter interviewing a World War I German Air Ace. Carol belts out the finale with an Ethel Merman verve with "I've Got Rhythm".moreless
    • January 22, 1963
      January 22, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 17
      1/22/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Nancy Walker, Dorothy Collins and the British comedy team of Blackburn and Reeves. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1946. In a spoof on the sexy-night-club bunnies, Nancy generates a ton of laughs as Durward and Garry drop the club. Dorothy Collins sings "Who Will Buy", one of the hit songs from the Broadway musical "Oliver!" Nancy and Durward appear in a take-off on "The Postman Always Rings Twice". Garry and Nancy played a murder-minded pair of lovers. Dorothy sings "Five Minutes More". All join in for the finale with "Chiquita Banana".moreless
    • January 15, 1963
      January 15, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 16
      1/15/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Tammy Grimes, Dorothy Loudon and Alan King. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1911. Tammy sings "Gonna Build a Mountain" from 'Stop the World'. Tammy is a snooty wealthy honeymooner in a sketch with Durward as her husband. Dorothy is in a skit "Love the bank approach" as Mona Lisa. Alan King does his impression of Harry Lauder. Dorothy sings "My Melancholy Baby". Alan King does a routine on physical fitness. Tammy Grimes has the finale with "If You Talk in Your Sleep".moreless
    • December 18, 1962
      December 18, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 12
      12/18/62
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Carol Channing, Barbara McNair and Alan King. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1949. Carol Channing plays "Miss Coiffure" a horror movie addict and Durward Kirby is Dracula, Garry plays Carol Channing's husband. Carol sings "Little Girl from Little Rock". Barbara McNair sings "Some People" and "Let Me Entertain You". Alan King does a routine on lawyers.moreless
    • December 25, 1962
      December 25, 1962
      Season 5 - Episode 13
      12/25/62
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      Garry's guests are George Gobel, Dorothy Loudon and former regular Marion Lorne. Also with Durward Kirby. Highlights: Dorothy Loudon starts off with "Christmas Bauble". George makes fun of his relatives' gifts. Marion Lorne reads Henry Van Dyke's "A Christmas Wish". Dorothy plays a Christmas tree angel who's left alone on her perch. Garry plays Dorothy's boss in an office secretary sketch. Garry plays an off-beat street-corner Santa. George horses around in a spoof of "What's My Line?" The Bill Brown Choir sings excerpts from Handel's "Messiah".moreless
    • January 1, 1963
      January 1, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 14
      1/1/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon, Carol Burnett and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1900. The year of the desperado Dalton Brothers of the Wild West. Garry and Durwood do a bit on new numeric telephone numbers. A takeoff on swashbucking adventure stories as Carol a dull girl dreams she's a famous lady pirate, her rival is played by Lucienne Bridou, a famous Broadway showgirl. Roy's routine is that Garry is a producer who discovers and signs him to a contract. Gwen Verdon does a dance "Ecstasy". Carol, Gwen and Roy appear in the finale "My Mother Was a Lady".moreless
    • January 8, 1963
      January 8, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 15
      1/8/63
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      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme, Allan Sherman and Dorothy Loudon. Also with regular Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1924. Dorothy and Allen duet on "Sarah Jackman". Eydie sings "Some of These Days". Dorothy is in a skit about a woman who lavishes more attention on her dog than her husband. Garry Moore does his "Buster Keaton" routine and Durward Kirby does his "Carl Sandburg". Eydie sings "All Alone".moreless
    • March 12, 1963
      March 12, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 23
      3/12/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Keely Smith, Allen and Rossi, Roy Castle and Dorothy Loudon. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1908. Durward Kirby plays the man who wrote "Mother". Garry plays the first G-man applicant. A skit showing what could happen if television commercials went wrong - with Garry as that certain washing machine repair man. Roy Castle is a guy who drops into a rented car. Marty Allen is a drunken wine sipper. Allen and Rossi do a golf routine. Honoring the year 1908 the entire troupe joins in for "Shine On, Harvest Moon".moreless
    • March 19, 1963
      March 19, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 24
      3/19/63
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      From Lake Tahoe, Garry's guests are Carol Burnett, Alan King and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: Carol plays a wife who takes to gambling while on vacation, while her husband (Garry) stares in disbelief at the gaming tables while Alan King chops the chips. Roy Castle performs to Gershwin's "I Was Doing All Right". Carol sings "Meantime". Garry and Durward don old ladies frock to play two philosophical biddies. Carol as an opera star in the finale with "Mimi Pizzeria".moreless
    • May 28, 1963
      May 28, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 33
      5/28/63
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Carol Lawrence, Nancy Walker, Roy Castle and The Smothers Brothers. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1956. Garry and Durward read from children's books aimed at city kids vs. country kids. Carol Lawrence sings "I Could Go On Singing". The Smothers Brothers offer one of their patented lunacy routines. Roy Castle gives Garry a very thin glass loving cup, then reprises "The Clown". Nancy Walker appears as a bored wife on safari as Cliche Pictures presents "Lawrence of Nairobi", Durward is the great white hunter and Garry is Nancy's dull husband known as "Bwana Drip". Carol Lawrence performs her dance number to "Poor People of Paris". Nancy and Roy team up for the finale with "Show Me".moreless
    • June 4, 1963
      June 4, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 34
      6/4/63
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      Garry's guests for his last new show of the season are Eileen Farrell, Don Knotts and Roy Castle. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1923. Dorothy plays the cheeky wife of an astronaut (Don Knotts). Roy Castle sings "If You Were Here". Don plays a man faced with a problem trying to contact a doctor on New Year's Eve. Eileen Farrell sings "Un Bel Di" an aria from Puccini's "Madame Butterfly". Eileen and Dorothy duet with a jazz song "You've Got to See Mamma Ev'ry Night".moreless
    • September 24, 1963
      September 24, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      9/24/63
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      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
    • October 1, 1963
      October 1, 1963
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      10/1/63
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      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
    • May 21, 1963
      May 21, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 32
      5/21/63
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      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon and Melody Condos (Martha Raye's daughter). Also with regulars Alan King, Dorothy Loudon and Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1936. When Republicans wore sunflower campaign buttons in support of Alf Landon and FDR carried every state in the nation except Maine and Vermont. It was also the year that Edward VIII gave up the British throne for the "woman he loved". Alan King gives his version of a father's involvement with a suburban small-fry baseball league. Dorothy and Garry are in a comedy sketch about a travel agency whose advertising convinces Garry he's better off staying at home. Durward Kirby as "Mother Benson" runs an insurance company from which Garry tries to collect $200 for injuries. Gwen Verdon sings "Love" and does an old-fashioned soft-shoe. Jim Tusher, one of the show's regular choral singers, has a specially written solo, "In All My Life". All join in for the finale of "Haven't Got a Nickel".moreless
    • May 7, 1963
      May 7, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 31
      5/7/63
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      Alan King steps in to host for the vacationing Garry. Guest is singer Mel Torme. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1926. Mel Torme sings "Someone To Watch Over Me". Dorothy plays Alan's wife in a comedy skit about a wife who insists on watching her husband shave in the morning. A mock trial is set-up "The Trial of Alan King" as the females are out to get him for his anti-female cracks. A spoof on a toothpaste commercial.moreless
    • April 30, 1963
      April 30, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 30
      4/30/63
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      Garry's guests are George Gobel, Rosemary Clooney and Nancy Walker. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1931. A comedy take-off on Thorne Smith's "Night Life of the Gods" with Garry as Eros, George as Bacchus and Durward as Apollo. Durward and Rosemary play newleyweds haunted by their former spouses played by Garry and Nancy. Rosemary Clooney sings "The Prisoner's Song". Nancy is in a take-off skit on "Twilight Zone" that calls Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" briefly to mind. Composer Arthur Schwartz chats with Garry about those wonderful 1931 songs. Rosemary performs the finale with "Dancing in the Dark".moreless
    • March 26, 1963
      March 26, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 25
      3/26/63
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      Garry's guests are Barbara McNair, Jonathan Winters, Dorothy Loudon and Roy Castle. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1927. Salutes the musical "Good News" with Kirby as a football hero, Garry as the College Dean, Dorothy as a flapperish coed and Barbara singing "When I Was Very Small". Jonathan does a routine about a movie director hiring stunt men and Indians. Barbara sings "On the Other Side of the Tracks". Roy Castle does a song-and-dance number. Jonathan as Gaylord Grim, Tree Surgeon and Dorothy as his nurse.moreless
    • April 2, 1963
      April 2, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 26
      4/2/63
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      Garry's guests are Jane Powell, Jack E. Leonard, Roy Castle and Dorothy Loudon. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1929. Roy Castle performs "The Man Who Wallabys". Jack E. Leonard does a routine about his federal agent in a bootlegger skit. Jane sings "St. Louis Blues". Dorothy plays a docile understudy to Jane's diva before showtime. Durward as a baseball star who is more interested in his commercial endorsements than in the game. Dorothy as a manicurist and Durward as the barber who breaks up the happy home of his boss (Garry). Jane Powell sings the finale "Singing in the Rain".moreless
    • April 16, 1963
      April 16, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 28
      4/16/63
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      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme, Allen and Rossi and Dorothy Loudon. Also with regular Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1949. Dorothy performs "The Intellectuals Rag". Allen and Rossi do a mind-reading routine. Eydie duets with Garry on "Blame It on the Bossa Nova". Eydie performs the finale to "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair".moreless
    • April 23, 1963
      April 23, 1963
      Season 5 - Episode 29
      4/23/63
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      Garry's guests are Steve Lawrence and Bob Melvin. Also with regulars Dorothy Loudon and Durwood Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1915. The show opens with blackouts involving girdles, Gunsmoke, Jackie Gleason and gorillas. Dorothy sings "My Crazy Sister Rose". Bob Melvin does a comedy routine about kids at the beach and camp. Steve Lawrence sings "Wagon Wheels". Garry and Dorothy are a pair of unsuccessful students attending a class reunion. A movie spoof about a Great Profile, a World War I drama of tangled romance. Steve sings "They Didn't Believe Me". Dorothy sings the finale "I Love a Piano".moreless
    • January 31, 1961
      January 31, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 18
      1/31/61
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      Garry's guests are Dorothy Collins and Morey Amsterdam. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1916. Garry and company are overwhelmed as they face an audience of 8,000 people in St. Paul's Muncipal Arena in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Winter Carnival in the snow. Garry and Carol do a "Peter Pan" and fly over the heads of the audience. Morey does a routine with his cello and the two old women gossips in a skit. Carol delivers a message to her janitor back home by singing "Habanera" from Carmen with special lyrics.moreless
    • January 24, 1961
      January 24, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 17
      1/24/61
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      Garry's guests are Johnny Carson, Dick Haymes and Carol Lawrence. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1936. The opening number is a bullfight sequence and the closing is a production number built around Gershwin's spoof of a Viennese waltz, called "By Strauss". Carol Lawrence dances to "Slide Boy Slide". Dick Haymes sings "I've Heard That Song Before". A sketch about a Japanese version of American shows and commercials are presented in Nippon.moreless
    • December 23, 1958
      December 23, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      12/23/58
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      Garry's guests are Mahalia Jackson, Marge and Gower Champion, Carol Burnett and Magician Al Floss. Plus regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: The theme tonight is "Christmas is Every Year". Durward selling Christmas trees in one sketch. Mahalia sings "Silent Night" and "I Wonder a I Wander". Carol Burnett performs "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer". Marge and Gower Champion perform a Christmas Waltz.moreless
    • December 30, 1958
      December 30, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 13
      12/30/58
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      Garry Moore presents The LOOK Magazine Awards. Appearing are Jack Benny, Robert Young, Fred Astaire, Melvyn Douglas, Perry Como, Patty McCormack, Steve Allen and Dorothy Kilgallen.
    • January 6, 1959
      January 6, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 14
      1/6/59
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      Garry's guests are Julie London, Rudy Vallee, Benny Goodman and His Quintet, Milt Kamen and Dorothy Collins. Plus regular Marion Lorne. Highlights: That Wonderful year is 1929 this time. Garry gets everyone together in medieval costume for an English ballad and the gives each a chance to solo. Julie sings "Why Was I Born?"moreless
    • January 13, 1959
      January 13, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 15
      1/13/59
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      Garry's guests are Ella Fitzgerald, Andy Griffith, Carol Haney and French magician Reyneaux. Plus regulars Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne. Highlights: That Wonderful year is 1936. Ella sings "Blues in the Night". Andy Griffith does a routine on etiquette. Carol Haney does a spirited dance inspired by Western fever. Songs that were the rage are included, "Pennies From Heaven", "I'm An Old Cowhand", "Let Yourself Go", "Goody Goody" and "Hey Babe".moreless
    • December 16, 1958
      December 16, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      12/16/58
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      Garry's guests are Dorothy Collins, Wally Cox, Helen Traubel and Les Chanteurs de Paris. Plus regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1917. Wally brings his own brand of madness and humor to the show. Garry recalls the year 1917 it was the year Jascha Helfetz at 16 made his Carnegie Hall debut and Gloria Swanson was the no. 1 pinup girl. Songs include. "Over There", "Goodbye Broadway, Hello France", "The Bells Are Ringing", "Hold That Tiger" and "Oh Johnny".moreless
    • December 9, 1958
      December 9, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      12/9/58
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      Garry's guests are Mickey Rooney, Martha Raye, Julius LaRosa and Joey Foreman. Plus regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1925. Mickey does ta take-off on a current hit film playing a determined Japanese general tormenting prisoner Joey Foreman. Martha performs "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". Julius helps Garry set the stage for the year 1925, which flappers and gangsters ruled the roost in prohibition time singing "Tea For Two", "Sleepy Time Gal" and "Always".moreless
    • December 2, 1958
      December 2, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      12/2/58
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      Garry's guests are Steve Lawrence, Georgia Gibbs and comedian Alan King. Plus regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1946. Pvt. Steve Lawrence on leave talks to Garry about the joys of Army food. Songs include "Doing What Comes Naturally", "Zippity Doo Dah", "Let It Snow" and "Anything You Can Do".moreless
    • October 28, 1958
      October 28, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 5
      10/28/58
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      Garry's guests are Hedda Hopper, Buster Keaton, Rocky Graziano, Cozy Cole and Jose Greco. Also with regulars, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Inside a bakery shop, Buster Keaton demonstrates the whims of a mischievous youngster of the "old days" when he comes in contact with a gooey pie. All join in for "Dance, Why Not?"moreless
    • November 11, 1958
      November 11, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      11/11/58
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      Garry's guests are Edie Adams, Senor Wences, Gertrude Berg and Frankie Lane. Also with regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1913. Frankie Laine sings "Peg O My Heart". Edie sings "Singing in the Rain". Gertrude Berg as Molly Goldberg chitchats with Garry about TV's ups and downs.moreless
    • November 18, 1958
      November 18, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      11/18/58
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      Garry's guests are Eddie Albert, Kaye Ballard, Carl Ballantine and the McGuire Sisters. Also with regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1938. A big sketch revolves around the year 1938 with Eddie, Kaye, the McGuire Sisters, Marion and Carl Ballantine dancing "The Big Apple" and singing that year's top songs, "My Heart Belongs to Daddy", "Hi Ho" and "He Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby". Eddie plays a sharpy in an amusing skit with Garry. Kaye does her comic song routine. The McGuire Sisters perform a smalltown number.moreless
    • November 25, 1958
      November 25, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      11/25/58
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      Garry's guests are Maureen O'Hara, Johnnie Ray, Denise Lor and the dance team of Noonan & Marshal. Also regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1900. Noonan & Marshal dance and sing to tunes like "After the Ball" and "A Bicycle Built For Two". Denise & Garry duet with "A Hole in the Bucket".moreless
    • January 20, 1959
      January 20, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 16
      1/20/59
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      Garry's guests are Tommy Sands, Eydie Gorme, comic Charles Manna and the Jonah Jones Quartet. Plus regular Marion Lorne. Highlights: That Wonderful year is 1918. All join in for "Riding High". Songs include "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning", "Pretty Baby", "Mademoiselle from Armentieres", "After You've Gone", "Oui, Oui Marie" and "Till We Meet Again".moreless
    • January 27, 1959
      January 27, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 17
      1/27/59
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      Garry's guests are Gordon MacRae, Sheila MacRae and Joey Bishop. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1950. Marilyn Monroe came into prominence then and Gordon and Sheila MacRae do some amusing impersonations of entertainment folk like Perry Como and Marilyn Monroe. Joey Bishop's comedy routing has a devastating effect on suburbia.
    • March 31, 1959
      March 31, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 25
      3/31/59
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      Garry's guests are Jane Morgan, Morey Amsterdam, composer-songwriter-playwright Meredith Willson of "The Music Man" and The Four Step Brothers. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.

      Highlights:
      "That Wonderful Year" is 1924.
      Neon lights (first displayed that year) as "Rhapsody in Blue" played.
      Songs include "76 Trombones" and "Goodnight My Someone".
      For a French sketch the scene is Paris and the song is "Frere Jacques".

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    • April 7, 1959
      April 7, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 26
      4/7/59
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      Garry's guests are Kate Smith, Vic Damone, George Gobel, Georgie Kaye, Margaret Ann and JaDa Quartet. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.

      Highlights:
      "That Wonderful Year" is 1931.
      The year that Kate Smith began her CBS-Radio program.
      Vic Damone sings "I Found a Million Dollary Baby", "As Time Goes By" and "Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries".
      All join in for the closing sequence of "Dancing in the Dark".
      Since Frankenstein was at his peak that year, the closing sequence finds everybody dressed up as our hero, Dracula and Sherlock Holmes.


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    • April 14, 1959
      April 14, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 27
      4/14/59
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      Garry's guests are Diahann Carroll, Martha Raye, Vaudevillians Benny Fields and Blossom Seeley. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.

      Highlights:
      That Wonderful Year is 1919.
      Benny Fields and Blossom Seeley perform "There's No Business Like Show Business".
      Benny and Blossom also duet with "Swanee".
      "Dumb Dora" jokes abounded in 1919 so the segment is full of them with Martha Raye.
      Other songs included are "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles", "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" and "How You Gonna Keep 'Em".


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    • April 21, 1959
      April 21, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 28
      4/21/59
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      Garry's guests are Anna Maria Alberghetti, Steve Lawrence, Billy Gilbert, Martha Davis and Spouse. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.
    • March 24, 1959
      March 24, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 24
      3/24/59
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      Garry's guests are Tony Bennett, Roberta Sherwood, Alan King, Carol Haney and Billy Gilbert. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" for this week's program is 1905. The show opens with Tony and Garry singing "Manhattan". Garry joins Durward Kirby and Billy Gilbert in a vaudevillian routine of "It's Nice to Go Travelin'". Carol Haney performs "Nola". Alan King does a monologue on "The Subject of Marriage".moreless
    • March 17, 1959
      March 17, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 23
      3/17/59
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      Garry's guests are Red Skelton, Rosemary Clooney, Andy Williams, Comedy team of Ken Murray and Marie Wilson and Toto the Chimp. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1939. Red Skelton mugs his way into the program for a few good bellylaughs. A humorous poker game between Marie Wilson and Ken Murray is followed by excerpts from their Las Vegas "Blackouts".moreless
    • March 10, 1959
      March 10, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 22
      3/10/59
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      Garry's guests are Ed Wynn, Jane Powell, Sue Carson and The Mills Brothers. Also with regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Ed Wynn sings "Bibbety, Bobbety, Boo". Jane sings a song. Ed does his mindreader skit (ala Dunninger), plus Tarzan (ala Johnny Weissmuller).
    • February 3, 1959
      February 3, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 18
      2/3/59
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      Garry's guests are Alfred Drake, Vivian Blaine, Georgie Kaye and The Kingston Trio with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1932. Radio City, Empire State Building and FDR became part of the national scene. Songs like "42nd Street", "Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee" and "Brother Can You Spare a Dime" were the top tunes. Alfred Drake performs "Lonely Town". Vivian Blaine sings "Making Whoopee". The Kingston Trio perform. Comic Georgie Kaye impersonates a mad psychiatrist.moreless
    • February 10, 1959
      February 10, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 19
      2/10/59
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      Garry's guests are Julie London, Jimmie Rodgers, Nancy Walker and The Baird Puppets. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1940 when "Gone With the Wind" was the hit movie, Wendell Wilkie ran for President, nylon stockings came into vogue and words like "hepcat", "jive" and "in the groove" made their debut. Julie London sings "Imagination". Jimmie Rodgers performs "Cabin in the Sky". The Baird Puppets demur for "Taking a Chance on Love". Nancy Walker hits it with "How High the Moon". Garry does a repeat medieval costume performance with "that old man he played one".moreless
    • February 17, 1959
      February 17, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 20
      2/17/59
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      Garry's guests are Buddy Hackett, Jaye P. Morgan, Johnny Desmond and the Morgan Brothers. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1923. Jack Dempsey fought against Lou Firpo. Coolidge became President, the Charleston shimmied to success and the greatest song hits were, "Yes, We Have No Bananas" (Buddy), "Mexicali Rose" (Johnny Desmond and Jaye P. Morgan), "That Old Gang of Mine" (Morgan Brothers) and "Say It with Music" (all join in for the finale). Buddy is real gone as an Eskimo.moreless
    • March 3, 1959
      March 3, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 21
      3/3/59
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      Frankie Laine guest hosts for the vacationing Garry Moore, guests are Michel Legrand, Lee Pelty, Carl Ballantine, The Wiere Brothers and The Steiner Brothers with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Opening number is "Chopsticks". Frankie Laine sings "Black and Blue", "Melancholy Baby" and the joins Michel LeGrand for a duet of "I Forget the Time". Lee Pelty is "The Lonesomest Gal in Town" until she joins Frankie, Michel and Carl Ballantine, the Wiere Brothers and the Steiner Brothers who are "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee". Marion Lorne trots in and out fo the scenes in search of the missing Garry Moore.moreless
    • October 21, 1958
      October 21, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      10/21/58
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      Garry Moore welcomes guests Jack Carson, Robert Clary, Arthur Treacher, Sid Gould, Kenney Delmar, Peter Donald, Charlie Cantor, Marguerite Piazza and Martha Davis and Spouse. Highlights: Marguerite sings "I Could Have Danced All Night". Robert Clary does "76 Trombones". Martha Davis and Spouse play "St. Louis Blues".
    • October 14, 1958
      October 14, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      10/14/58
      0.0

      Garry's guests include actor Andy Devine, singer Tommy Sands, singer Louise O'Brien and comic actress Audrey Meadows. With a special guest appearance by Mel Blanc. Also with regulars Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.

      Highlights:
      Andy Devine sings "Dear Horse". (Mel Blanc plays the horse).
      Tommy Sands sings "Love is Here to Stay".
      Tommy and Louise duet with "The Stanley Steamer".
      Audrey Meadows tells Garry an unlikely story about a family who lived on the Fifth avenue bus.
      The whole cast finales by taking turns on a sentimental excursion called "La Ronde".


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    • April 14, 1964
      April 14, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 27
      4/14/64
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      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
    • November 10, 1959
      November 10, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      11/10/59
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      Garry's guests are Tommy Sands and the Mary Kaye Trio. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Allen Funt, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: That Wonderful Year is 1939. Songs include "Lady's In Love With You", "Over the Rainbow", "South America Take It Away" and "Three Little Fishes". A skit titled "This Is Your Story - Little Red Riding Hood" spoofing "This Is Your Life".moreless
    • November 24, 1959
      November 24, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      11/24/59
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      Garry's guests are Gertrude Berg and the Jonah Jones Quartet. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1921. Garry does a take-off on "Person to Person" with Little Jack Spratt as the vicitm. The opening is a risque Rodgers and Hart song "Happy Hunting Horn" done in a folksy way. Two skits, one involving the "The Perils of Pauline" and the other about "Hats". Songs include "Wang Wang Blues", "Look for the Silver Lining" and "April Showers".moreless
    • December 1, 1959
      December 1, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      12/1/59
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      Garry's guests are Diahann Carroll and Senor Wences. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Allen Funt, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1933. The year of Chicago World's Fair, end of Prohibition, arrival of FDR and LaGuardia. "The Lonely Goat Herd" from Broadway's "The Sound Of Music" gets things started with lots of yodeling. Kirby turns up in short leather pants, we have a long discussion of Durward's legs. Senor Wences walks on with his friend Johnny-in-the-box. Diahann Carroll sings "Goody, Goody". Durward is in a skit playing a bedazzled admirer of Diahann's. Marion Lorne looks inside Senor Wences' box and finds Kirby's head in it. Durward wanting to be a great singer, performs "Mr. Wodnerful" to himself. There's a famous trials spoof with Peter Piper accused and Mrs. Piper (Carol Burnett) the accusee. Carol plays a fan dancer in another sketch. Diahann sings "Stormy Weather". Other songs performed were "Lazy Bones", "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?" and "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?"moreless
    • November 17, 1959
      November 17, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      11/7/59
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      Garry's guests are Gene Barry, Gretchen Wyler and The Marquis Chimps. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1901. Gene Barry displays his song-and-dance abilities to "Just One of Those Things". Gretchen Wyler sings "Too Marvelous For Words". Carol Burnett joins in for that wonderful year when Teddy Roosevelt was President. Songs include "After the Ball" (Gene Barry), "Hello My Baby" and "East Side, West Side". The Marquis chimps perform (without the benefit of Jack Benny).moreless
    • October 7, 1958
      October 7, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      10/7/58
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      Garry's guests include William Bendix, Earl Hall, Marilyn Maxwell, Carol Burnett and Hermione Gingold. Also with Marion Lorne. Highlights: William Bendix and Carol Burnett perform "Sue Me" and play a moviegoing couple who have Moore and Marion Lorne sitting behind them. In her world travels, Hermione Gingold thinks "people were nice". Earl Hall performs a cowboy ballet Garry Moore conducts the cast in "The Whiffenpoof Song".moreless
    • September 30, 1958
      September 30, 1958
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      9/30/58
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      For the series premier, Garry's guests include singers Johnny Mathis and Janice Paige, Gordon MacRae, and Red Skelton live from Hollywood. Highlights: Johnny Mathis sings "Call Me" and "Tomorrow Mountain". Eskimos perform a traditional "blanket tossing" to celebrate the year's biggest fish catch. A seven-minute comedy song "I Hate the Country Life". Red Skelton performs live from Hollywood and chats with Garry via split-screen.moreless
    • May 15, 1962
      May 15, 1962
      Season 4 - Episode 31
      5/15/62
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      Garry's guests are Jane Powell and Alan King. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1953. Jane goes operatic with "Musetta's Waltz" from "La Boheme". Jane and Alan appear in a "Person to Person" skit with Alan receiving a "Brevity Award". Alan's monologue takes on a suburbian view of doctors. Carol is in a skit as a visiting Martian. Carol does a Dinah Shore takeoff for the finale.moreless
    • April 18, 1961
      April 18, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 28
      4/18/61
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      Garry's guests are Robert Goulet, Julie London and Bob Newhart. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1947. Carol and Durward star in a skit titled "The First Baby". Bob Newhart does a monologue about Abner Doubleday trying to sell a game company on his new invention, baseball. Julie London sings "Travelin' Light" and "Time After Time". Robert Goulet sings "I Concentrate on You". A housing shortage skit and the landlords.moreless
    • October 10, 1961
      October 10, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      10/10/61
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      Garry's guests are Tony Martin and comedian Frank Fontaine. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1921. Tony Martin sings "April Showers". The finale is a take-off on the flaming desert epics of the silent screen era, Rudolph Valentino's "The Sheik".
    • October 17, 1961
      October 17, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      10/17/61
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      Garry's guests are Jo Stafford and George Chakiris. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1912. With a skit about the Titanic and Garry with his Buster Keaton imitation. Carol is a judo expert to Durward's inept student taking a judo lesson. Jo Stafford and Carol duet on "Row Row Row". Garry as Mr. Speedback interviews Durward as a senator who never guesses right. Jo sings "It Never Entered My Mind". George Chakiris sings "It Ain't Necessarily So". Carol plays a charwoman who is the object of a Hollywood leading man's affection. The finale is built around "Jimmy Valentine.moreless
    • January 28, 1964
      January 28, 1964
      Season 6 - 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
    • November 3, 1959
      November 3, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      11/3/59
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      Garry's guests are Larry Blyden and Miyoshi Umeki. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Allen Funt, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Carol and Garry do a sketch called "Doors". Everyone present makes a Loretta Young entrance including a young man from the local delicatessen bringing cold cuts for the party. Larry Blyden stars in a takeoff on his recent "What Makes Sammy Run?" TV smash. Miyoshi Umeki sings several American songs. A "You Asked For It" skit and a running gag with Durward Kirby as a bachelor in a bathrobe looking for a place to brush his teeth. The Candid Camera segment pulled last time out to see if it would be missed, is back. Yes it was missed.moreless
    • September 26, 1961
      September 26, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      9/26/61
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      Garry's guests are Julie Andrews and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1939. Julie sings "I Am Just a Little Girl", "Inch Worm" and "And the Angels Sing". Carol & Julie duet on "If I Only Had A Brain". Durward and Carol play a couple determined to make their marriage normal in a sketch called "The Anniversary".moreless
    • December 29, 1959
      December 29, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 13
      12/29/59
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      Garry's guests are Dorothy Collins and Carl Ballantine. Also with regulars Marion Lorne, Carol Burnett and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1911. A good year for Barber-shop Quartets. Songs include "Oh, You Beautiful Doll", "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "Mr. Jefferson Lord". Carol does a dramatic rendition of Little Miss Muffet as it might be presented on "Dragnet".moreless
    • December 15, 1959
      December 15, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      12/15/59
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      Garry's guests are Johnny Carson and Steve Lawrence. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1928. Steve sings "Lonesome Road". Johnny and Carol do a sketch playing a couple of F. Scott Fitzgerald characters fighting a losing battle against boredom. A "Person to Person" sketch visiting "The Invisible Man" with Carol as the shady character's wife. And song gang gags about digest magazines, such as this title "Death is Nature's Way of Warning You to Slow Down". Johnny Carson plays an MC of "Your Lucky Operation" an audience participation show coming straight from surgery.moreless
    • October 3, 1961
      October 3, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      10/3/61
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      Garry's guests are Julie London and Don Adams. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1932. Carol Burnett plays a femme fatale in a sketch using her wiles on international spy Don Adams. Julie sings "I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues".moreless
    • January 19, 1960
      January 19, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      1/19/60
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      Garry's guests are comic Kaye Ballard, actor John Payne and singer Roberta Sherwood. Regulars include Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne, Durwood Kirby, and the Irwin Kostal orchestra. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1922. John Payne sings "Chicago". Carol Burnett sings "Toot Toot Tootsie". Garry & Durward duet on "Carolina in the Morning". Kaye Ballard does "My Buddy". An installment of Allen Funt's Candid Camera. The finale is to "Way down Yonder in New Orleans" set in a speakeasy where everyone's pinched in a raid.moreless
    • December 22, 1959
      December 22, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      12/22/59
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      Garry's guests are Mahalia Jackson, Eddie Hodges, Cliff Arquette and Henry Morgan. Also with Allen Funt, Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: Mahalia sings "Holy Babe" and "Silent Night". All join in for a medley of Christmas songs. Candid Camera segment with Garry playing Santa Claus to a group of youngsters at a settlement house.moreless
    • December 8, 1959
      December 8, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      12/8/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Patrice Munsel and Morey Amsterdam. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Allen Funt, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1948. A tropical opening with "Winter Wonderland Cha-Cha". Garry demonstrates the peril of Christmas shopping with Durward Kirby as an officious floorwalker, Carol Burnett as a hostile salesgirl and Marion Lorne as a bumbling gift counsellor. Morey Amsterdam provides some laughs and gags. Patrice sings some songs. Patrice, Carol and Marion play three be-boppers. All join in for "Buttons and Bows". The song of the year in 1948.moreless
    • November 28, 1961
      November 28, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 9
      11/28/61
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      Garry's guests are George Gobel and Diahann Carroll. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1934. An elaborate production number based on "Who Can? You Can" from the Broadway musical, "The Gay Life". Carol Burnett is a slightly soused TV weathergirl to Garry's furious anchorman. George does a monologue about some hokum about Mitch Miller's home viewing singalong fans. Diahann Carroll sings "Anything Goes". George sings "El Rancho Grande" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds". Carol Burnett and Durward Kirby break up the show, this time with their modernized spoof of Dickens' "Scrooge", with Carol as a happy-go-lucky bank teller jauntily absconding with the banks funds. All join in for a spoof of "Of Human Bondage" with Carol playing a Cockney waitress.moreless
    • October 31, 1961
      October 31, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      10/31/61
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      Garry's guests are Gwen Verdon and Jack Carter. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1907. Gwen Verdon does a song-and-dance version of "Daddy". Carol is the Queen of the Balkan country, Concordia with her broken arm in a heavy cast in a skit, whenever she turns around she clobbers somebody. Marion Lorne is a cardsharp and Garry's odd fan club is on the premise. Jack Carter is a judge in the first night court. All join in a 1907 style community sing.moreless
    • November 7, 1961
      November 7, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 6
      11/7/61
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      Garry's guests are Mel Torme and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1951. Remembered for the Kefauver hearings, Joe DiMaggio's retirement, the popularity of skin-diving and the poodle haircut. Mel Torme sings "County Fair". Alan King does a skit about weekends at home with the family. Garry & Durward do one of their two little old ladies sitting on the front porch skits. Carol Burnett appears as a woman just back from Tanganyika, a kind of forerunner of the Peace Corps. Durward & Carol do a spoof of the play "Gigi". A rousing finale built around "How Could You Believe Me?"moreless
    • November 14, 1961
      November 14, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 7
      11/14/61
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      Garry's guests are Nat King Cole and Bob Melvin. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1949. Opening number production is "Comes Once in a Lifetime". Nat King Cole sings sings "Unforgettable" and "Cappuccina". Carol Burnett is in the sketch "The Tomboy" with Durward Kirby as her father, who always wanted a son and Garry is her first beau. Carol sings "Bali Hai", from that wonderful year 1949 when TV was in its swaddling clothes. Garry and Durward are two old friends who meet up again, but one is a hold-up man. Nat King Cole and the gang join in for the finale with the "Calypso Blues".moreless
    • November 21, 1961
      November 21, 1961
      Season 4 - Episode 8
      11/21/61
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      Garry's guests are Carol Lawrence and Jonathan Winters. Also with Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1929. Garry reads his favorite poem, "Thanksgiving Time at Granny's". Jonathan Winters does a routine. Carol Lawrence sings "Singin' in the Rain" and "Great Day". Carol Burnett and Carol Lawrence duet on "Broadway Melody". Thanksgiving Show.moreless
    • April 28, 1959
      April 28, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 29
      4/28/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Joan Davis, Janis Paige, Tommy Leonetti and The Original Washboard Band. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1942. Garry satirizes the Wild, Wild West, with Garry as an Indian Chief and Marion Lorne as the Medicine Woman. Janis Paige sings "I Enjoy Being a Girl". Tommy Leonetti sings "Just in Time". Joan Davis does a comedy routine. The samba was big in 1942 and Janis Paige dances and sings, "Brazil". Garry and Joan do a British drawing room comedy affair.moreless
    • May 5, 1959
      May 5, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 30
      5/5/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Johnny Carson, Patrice Munsel, Jazz pianist Erroll Garner and his Trio. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1927.
    • May 12, 1959
      May 12, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 31
      5/12/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are John Raitt, Shari Lewis, Gretchen Wyler and Morty Gunty. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.
    • June 28, 1960
      June 28, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 38
      6/28/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Alan King and Gretchen Wyler. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: The major event for the season finale is "Guys and Dolls" tribute with almost half the program dedicated to the Frank Loesser score. A cocktail party sketch with Durward as the ludicrous playboy and Carol Burnett as the starlet. Gretchen performs a song-and-dance number.moreless
    • September 27, 1960
      September 27, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      9/27/60
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      Garry's guests are Lucille Ball and Eydie Gorme. Also with regulars Alan King, Durwood Kirby, Carol Burnett and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1934. The opening segment involves a funny sight gag built around Bert Parks. Lucy shows some of her discarded scenes from her new movie The Facts of Life titled "Someone Goofed" which features Bob Hope and Lucy in a film sequence that had to be reshot several times after Lucy and Bob kept on breaking up laughing during a kissing scene.moreless
    • October 4, 1960
      October 4, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      10/4/60
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      Garry's guests are Dick Van Dyke, Carroll Baker and Chita Rivera. Also with regulars Durwood Kirby, Carol Burnett and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1908. Songs that are remembered are "Cuddle Up a Little Closer", "Shine On, Harvest Moon" and "Take Me Out to the Ballgame". Carroll Baker talks about her faux pas in the segment "Somebody Goofed" from her new movie.moreless
    • October 11, 1960
      October 11, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      10/11/60
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      Garry's guests are Jo Stafford, Paul Weston and Mel Torme. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1940. Mel Torme's "Fascinatin' Rhythm drum-beating accompaniment and Jo Stafford does justice to "I Love Paris" with husband Paul Weston cooperating at the piano. Garry and Carol's do a Buster Keaton penthouse skit. And a 1940's medley of song hits.moreless
    • June 21, 1960
      June 21, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 37
      6/21/60
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      Garry's guests are Johnny Carson, Ed McMahon and Betsy Palmer. Also with regulars Durwood Kirby, Carol Burnett and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1937. Garry's guests are comic Johnny Carson of "Who do you trust?" and actress Betsy Palmer of "I've Got a Secret." Comedy sketches include "Life belt," with Garry, Durwood Kirby, Johnny and Carol Burnett stranded on a life raft. Garry, Carol, and Kirby star in a take-off on the film "Lost Horizon." And an Allen Funt's Candid camera segment.moreless
    • June 14, 1960
      June 14, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 36
      6/14/60
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      Garry's guests are Bob Newhart and Allen Case. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1900. Bob Newhart does a monologue about a driving school instructor giving a female student her first lesson. The Garry Moore Players repeat their version of the story of "Cinderella" featuring Kirby as Prince Charming and Carol Burnett as Cinderella.moreless
    • June 7, 1960
      June 7, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 35
      6/7/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme and Bil and Cora Baird and their Puppets. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1931. Songs included are "I Don't Know Why", "I Found a Million Dollar Baby" and "All of Me". Allen Funt's "Candid Camera" vignette is featured. The finale is built around the song "Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries".moreless
    • May 10, 1960
      May 10, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 31
      5/10/60
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      Garry's guests are Ed Wynn and Patti Page. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1934.
    • May 17, 1960
      May 17, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 32
      5/17/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Carol Haney and Alan King. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Allen Funt and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1936. A travel bureau skit takes them "Out of this World". Songs include "The Glory of Love", "I Can't Get Started With You", "There's A Small Hotel" and "It's Delovely". An Allen Funt "Candid Camera" vignette built around "Hey Babe" spoofing a particular type of motion picture musical comedy that was prevalent during the mid 1930's.moreless
    • May 24, 1960
      May 24, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 33
      5/24/60
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      Garry's guests are Dorothy Collins and Cliff Arquette. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Allen Funt and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1925. Charlie Weaver joins Garry in "The Census Taker" sketch. By popular demand, as the saying goes, The Garry Moore Players repeat one of their sketches, their adaptaion of the Peter Piper nursery rhyme as it might be seen in a courtroom setting. Dorothy Collins sings "Sleepy Time Gal", "Ceci" and "Alabamy Bound".moreless
    • May 31, 1960
      May 31, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 34
      5/31/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Andy Griffith and The Lennon Sisters. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1950. The Lennon Sisters perform "A Bushel and A Peck". A political spoof to explain the rules of etiquette for a suave gadabout up north. Garry pantomimes (ala Buster Keaton).moreless
    • October 18, 1960
      October 18, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      10/18/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Anna Maria Alberghetti, Blossom Seeley and Alan King. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1920.
    • October 25, 1960
      October 25, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      10/25/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Tony Randall and Patti Page. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1953. Marion Lorne sings "Oh".
    • December 27, 1960
      December 27, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 13
      12/27/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Peter Lawford, Dorothy Collins and Bill Dana. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1951. Bill Dana does a skit involving him as an astronaut. Peter & Dorothy duet to "Shall We Dance".
    • January 3, 1961
      January 3, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 14
      1/3/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are singer Joe Williams, comedienne Jean Carroll and Count Basie and His Orchestra. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1931. The new dance craze of that year was the rumba, fashions of the period are shown and the opening day of the George Washington Bridge. A New York reception for Wiley Post and Harold Gatty after their round-the-world flight. Joe Williams sings "Keep Your Hand on Your Heart" accompanied by Count Basie and His band. The finale is Gershwin's "Of Thee I Sing".moreless
    • January 10, 1961
      January 10, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      1/10/61
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      Garry's guests are Eydie Gorme, Frank D'Rone and Jackie Mason. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1946. Carol Burnett is Little Red Riding Hood in a "This Is Your Life" take-off. Eydie sings songs from Irving Berlin's "Annie Get Your Gun" include "Doin' What Comes Naturally".moreless
    • January 17, 1961
      January 17, 1961
      Season 3 - Episode 16
      1/17/61
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Jo Stafford and Dick Van Dyke. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1948. Jo Stafford sings "Accentuate the Positive" and "Buttons and Bows". Carol sings "Johnny One Note". Dick Van Dyke pantomimes as Garry's spooky valet in a 'Person to Person' sketch. Marion Lorne plays "Bloody Mary" in a sketch. A take-off of "I Remember Mama" with all is funny and cute. Dick closes the show with "Once In Love With Amy".moreless
    • December 20, 1960
      December 20, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 12
      12/20/60
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      Garry's guests are Jonathan Winters and Louise O'Brien. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: An O. Henry type Christmas story told in pantomime. Garry stars as his Buster Keaton role, a little man in the post office on Christmas Eve. Carol Burnett and Durward Kirby are driving to a Christmas party with Carol a very special kind of backseat driver.moreless
    • December 13, 1960
      December 13, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 11
      12/13/60
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      Garry's guests are songstress Patti Page, singer Alan Dale and comic Bob Lewis. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1926. From the opening "Christmas Bells" to the concluding "Birth of the Blues". Other songs from 1926 performed are "Someone to Watch Over Me", "Remember", "Blue Room" and "Sweet Georgia Brown". Durward and Carol do an old vaudeville and burlesque skit, someone accidentally getting drunker and drunker. The skit has Carol as a very regal princess, filming a brief toast to a distinguished doctor. The filming requires several retakes and re-toasts and Carol gets stonier and stonier.moreless
    • December 6, 1960
      December 6, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 10
      12/6/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gisele MacKenzie, Alan King and Annie Farge. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1911. With film clips of Buffalo Bill and Sarah Bernhardt. Durward Kirby plays a safety expert making life one long series of wounds for his secretary played by Carol Burnett. Annie explains baseball in a monologue that's pure drivel. (ie. the pitcher-man) Alan King talks about the state of the suburbs. All join in for a rousing finale to "Alexander's Ragtime Band".moreless
    • November 1, 1960
      November 1, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      11/1/60
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      Garry's guests are Ed Wynn and Carol Lawrence. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1914. Carol Lawrence sings "Soft Shoes". Ed Wynn introduces some of his useless inventions or browbeating his wife as a Congolese Tarzan.
    • November 15, 1960
      November 15, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      11/15/60
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      Garry's guests are Polly Bergen, Dick Williams and Jackie Mason. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1927. Polly sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and "Can't Help Lovin' That Man of Mine" from Showboat. Andy Williams' brother Dick sings "Blue Skies" and "Side by Side" with Garry. Jackie Mason doubles for Ed Sullivan looking for a sports writers job in 1927.moreless
    • November 22, 1960
      November 22, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      11/22/60
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      Garry's guests are Patrice Munsel, Steve Lawrence and Len Weinrib. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1949. To the tune of a festive "Happy Thanksgiving Day". Back in time to 1949 when Harry S. Truman took office as the thirty-third President of the U.S., Aly Khan and Rita Hayworth were married and people were humming "So In Love", "Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk", "Cruising Down the River" and "Too Darn Hot". Len Weinrib plays the President-elect John F. Kennedy, while Carol Burnett portrays Jacqueline Kennedy. Garry Moore and Durward Kirby will appear as the little old ladies - Martha and Jenny, and Carol Burnett and Durward will do a parody on "A Room Full of Roses."moreless
    • November 29, 1960
      November 29, 1960
      Season 3 - Episode 9
      11/29/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Carol Lawrence, Leslie Uggams and Jan Murray. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Carol Burnett. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1935. With film clips of FDR, Joe Louis, Ameila Earhart and some of the fashions of that year, plus the usual parade of songs. There's a tricky opening involving letters (not like Perry Como's letters, but a-b-c letters) and another bit of trick photography concerning Marion Lorne's top and Carol Lawrence's legs. Carol Burnett plays one of those high-pressure cheerer-uppers who are volunteer workers in hospitals. Leslie Uggams is shown in a film clip from 1953 when she was with Garry on his old daytime show.moreless
    • May 3, 1960
      May 3, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 30
      5/3/60
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      Garry's guests are Peter Lawford and Carol Lawrence. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1904. In honor of Princess Margaret's imminent wedding, Garry opens with "The King's Horses". Peter Lawford and Carol Burnett appear in a hilarious marriage skit.
    • April 26, 1960
      April 26, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 29
      4/26/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Dick Van Dyke and Jo Stafford. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Allen Funt and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1953. The year that Mount Everest's peak was climbed and President Eisenhower took office. Dick's pantomimed visit to a maternity ward and his attempts to forestall his own murder in the skit "Double Indemnity". Candid Camera has a repeat sequence on fractions will find you fumbling too.moreless
    • April 19, 1960
      April 19, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 28
      4/19/60
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Jimmy Durante and Anna Maria Alberghetti. Also with regulars Durward Kirby, Carol Burnett and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1945. Anna Maria Alberghetti sings "If I Loved You". Jimmy and Garry do a "Jasper Junction" sketch. All join in for the music of 1945 with "Chickery Chick", "It's Been a Long, Long Time" and "It's a Grand Night For Singing".moreless
    • September 30, 1959
      September 30, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      9/30/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Gertrude Berg, Vic Damone and Jane Powell. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby and a new feature that has been added to the show, Allen Funt and his "Candid Camera".
    • October 6, 1959
      October 6, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      10/6/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Johnny Desmond and Cliff Arquette. Also with Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1924. Charley Weaver has a "letter from mama" to share with viewers. The cast offers a rousing production of "The King's Horses". Carol Burnett gives her interpretation of a high school graduation. All join in for "California, Here I Come".moreless
    • October 13, 1959
      October 13, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      10/13/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Ella Fitzgerald, Carl Ballantine and The Dukes of Dixieland. Also with Marion Lorne, Allen Funt and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1949. Ella sings "Sweet and Lovely", "Tenderly", "Far-Away Places" and "Like Young". A spoof on "Playhouse 90 Seconds" presenting a new adaptation of that great classic, "Little Jack Horner". Candid Camera with Allen Funt peek at some ladies at the Cleveland laundromat. The Dukes of Dixieland play "Third Man Theme". Marion Lorne plays a television cooking expert among other oddities.moreless
    • October 20, 1959
      October 20, 1959
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      10/20/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Mel Torme, Peggy King and Alan King. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1940. The show opens with "Together Wherever We Go". Peggy sings "Happiness is Just a Thing Called Joe". Mel sings "I'm Stepping Out with a Memory Tonight" and "Dance with a Dolly". Garry does a skit on TV testimonials with first hand plugs from Columbus, Napoleon and Kaiser Wilhelm. A rousing finale of "The Johnson Rag".moreless
    • June 30, 1959
      June 30, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 38
      6/30/59
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      Garry's guests are Vic Damone, Diahann Carroll, Carl Ballantine and The Mellolarks. Also with Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1958. Garry poses as a court jester chanting "The Children's Marching Song". Songs include "Bird Dog", "At the Hop", "Lollipop" and "The Purple People Eater". All join in for "Sugartime".moreless
    • June 23, 1959
      June 23, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 37
      6/23/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Ed Wynn, Kaye Ballard and Johnny Desmond. Also with Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne.
    • June 16, 1959
      June 16, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 36
      6/16/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Anna Maria Alberghetti, Carol Haney and Morey Amsterdam. Also with Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne.
    • May 18, 1959
      May 18, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 32
      5/18/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Steve Allen, Dorothy Collins, Alan King and the Dukes of Dixieland. Also with Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1930.
    • May 25, 1959
      May 25, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 33
      5/25/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan and Besty Palmer.
    • June 2, 1959
      June 2, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 34
      6/2/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are George Gobel, Shirley Jones, Jack Cassidy, Count Basie and his Orchestra and Bill and Cora Baird and their Puppets.
    • June 9, 1959
      June 9, 1959
      Season 1 - Episode 35
      6/9/59
      0.0
      Garry's guests are Buddy Hackett, Peggy King and Carol Burnett. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.
    • January 5, 1960
      January 5, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 14
      1/5/60
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      Garry's guests are Alan King and Allen Case. Also with regulars Allen Funt, Marion Lorne, Carol Burnett and Durward Kirby. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1850. All join in for a rousing edition of "Camptown Races". Alan King appears in a Candid Camera bit in a butcher shop. Those terrific 1850's songs include "My Old Kentucky Home", "Beautiful Dreamer", "Way Down Upon the Swanee River", "Shoo Fly" and "Nellie Bly" in that old plantation ball finale. And a sketch called "The Day Television Stopped".moreless
    • January 12, 1960
      January 12, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 15
      1/12/60
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      Garry's guests are Gertrude Berg who is back for her third appearance and Diahann Carroll for her second appearance. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1937. When Edward VIII abdicated, FDR began his second term and the sit-down strike was invented. Diahann Carroll sings "Johnny One Note". Gertrude Berg sings "Bei Mir Bist Du Schon". Other songs include "The Lady is a Tramp" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It." Allen Funt has more of his new "Candid Camera" with Carol Burnett as the clerk at a trading stamp redemption center. Garry & Durwood appear as the "Bobsy Twins of the Stone Age" in a little old lady sketch.moreless
    • March 22, 1960
      March 22, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 24
      3/22/60
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      Garry's guests are Gretchen Wyler, Count Basie and Joe Williams. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1929. The host and regulars swing into a hilarious skit titled "A Night of Reruns". Miss Wyler dances to "An Occasional Man". All join in for "I May Be Wrong".moreless
    • March 29, 1960
      March 29, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 25
      3/29/60
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      Garry's guests are Ella Fitzgerald and Mel Torme. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1938. A sketch about child movie stars with Mel Torme as Daddy Warbucks and Carol Burnett as a kid brattier than most. Ella sings one of her hit songs from 1938 with "A Tisket, A Tasket". A sketch on "The Fastest Western Ever Made" based on the idea that producers raced through their production to get their shows finished before the actors' strike. Brand X finally gets its just due in a six-minute sketch. The inherent modesty of Brand X is saluted as well as its inferior manufacturing methods. Ella and Mel reprise their duet of earlier this season, ad libbing their way through some lovely songs. "Candid Camera" does a switch revealing the people who recognized Garry Moore when he tried to pass himself off as a clerk.moreless
    • April 5, 1960
      April 5, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 26
      4/5/60
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      Garry's guests are Janis Paige and Allen Case. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1947. A satire on TV gangster epics called "Crime Can Be Beautiful" (daytime soap opera style) A whacky bit of confusion with Marion Lorne on Candid Camera. Songs by Janis and Allen. A comic nonsense about the housing shortage in 1947 and a medley of its songs.moreless
    • April 12, 1960
      April 12, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 27
      4/12/60
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      Garry's guests are Patrice Munsel and Alan King. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1913. An interpretation of the nursery rhyme "Old King Cole". Garry and Alan present different "commercials around the world". Carol evokes chuckles as winners of a college contest for math students. Patrice sings "This Is My Beloved". The cast joins in for a tuneful recollection of the year 1913.moreless
    • March 15, 1960
      March 15, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 23
      3/15/60
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      Garry's guests are Gertrude Berg and Gene Nelson. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1956. A salute to the fourth anniversary of "My Fair Lady". Carol, Gertrude and Gene sing 7 of those beautiful songs with Garry and Durward joining in on the chorus. Durward as his Mayor Quagmire character and Miss Berg with some Bronx views of the world. A Candid Camera segment about a parrot in a pet shop. A parody of "To Tell the Truth". Finale is a reprise of "My Fair Lady".moreless
    • March 8, 1960
      March 8, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 22
      3/8/60
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      Garry's guests are Roberta Sherwood and Alan King. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1946. Songs include "Doin' What Comes Naturally", "It Might as Well Be Spring", "Old Buttermilk Sky" and "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah".
    • March 1, 1960
      March 1, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 21
      3/1/60
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      Garry's guests are Mel Torme and Buddy Hackett. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1938. Opening number is "Get Me to the Church On Time". Allen Funt's Candid Camera ventures to Fort Dix, N.J. where Garry poses as an instructor assigned to brief new recruits. Mel Torme sings "That Old Feeling" and "I've Got You Under My Skin".moreless
    • January 26, 1960
      January 26, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 17
      1/26/60
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      Garry's guests are Janis Paige and Tommy Leonetti. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1930. When radio poets used organ music as background. Ethel Merman made her musical comedy debut. Carol sings "I've Got Rhythm". A Candid Camera bit confusing a group of locksmiths. A take-off on those tv pilot films that never see the light of day. Janis sings "They All Laughed".moreless
    • February 2, 1960
      February 2, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 18
      2/2/60
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      Garry's guests are Andy Griffith and Peggy King. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1909. Andy Griffith does a monologue about his trip to the Metropolitan to see "Swan Lake" ballet. A skit called "You Are There" and a Cinderella skit. Garry and Kirby play old ladies in a candid camera bit, wonderinf about a risque movie or the opening take-off on Russian folk dancing. The songs from 1909 include "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and "Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet".moreless
    • February 16, 1960
      February 16, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 19
      2/16/60
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      Garry's guests are Shirley Booth, Larry Blyden and The Marquis Chimps. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Marion Lorne, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1927. The show opens with all the performers as chess pieces to "Let Me Entertain You". Songs are from the Broadway smash "Showboat" like "Old Man River", "Side By Side", "Bill" and "S'Wonderful". All join in the finale of "Ain't She Sweet".moreless
    • February 23, 1960
      February 23, 1960
      Season 2 - Episode 20
      2/23/60
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      Garry's guests are Jack Benny and Diahann Carroll. Also with regulars Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby and Allen Funt. Highlights: "That Wonderful Year" is 1932. The year that Jack Benny started broadcasting. Songs include "Mimi", "You're An Old Smoothie", "Night and Day" and "Louisiana Hayride". A skit about Science fiction TV shows.moreless
    • June 16, 1964
      June 16, 1964
      Season 6 - Episode 34
      6/16/64
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      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
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