The Garry Moore Show - Season 1

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Episode Guide

  • June 30, 1959
    June 30, 1959
    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
    Episode 37
    6/23/59
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    Garry's guests are Ed Wynn, Kaye Ballard and Johnny Desmond. Also with Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne.
  • June 16, 1959
    June 16, 1959
    Episode 36
    6/16/59
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    Garry's guests are Anna Maria Alberghetti, Carol Haney and Morey Amsterdam. Also with Durward Kirby and Marion Lorne.
  • June 9, 1959
    June 9, 1959
    Episode 35
    6/9/59
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    Garry's guests are Buddy Hackett, Peggy King and Carol Burnett. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.
  • June 2, 1959
    June 2, 1959
    Episode 34
    6/2/59
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    Garry's guests are George Gobel, Shirley Jones, Jack Cassidy, Count Basie and his Orchestra and Bill and Cora Baird and their Puppets.
  • May 25, 1959
    May 25, 1959
    Episode 33
    5/25/59
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    Garry's guests are Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan and Besty Palmer.
  • May 18, 1959
    May 18, 1959
    Episode 32
    5/18/59
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    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 12, 1959
    May 12, 1959
    Episode 31
    5/12/59
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    Garry's guests are John Raitt, Shari Lewis, Gretchen Wyler and Morty Gunty. Also with Marion Lorne and Durward Kirby.
  • May 5, 1959
    May 5, 1959
    Episode 30
    5/5/59
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    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.
  • April 28, 1959
    April 28, 1959
    Episode 29
    4/28/59
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    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
  • April 21, 1959
    April 21, 1959
    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.
  • April 14, 1959
    April 14, 1959
    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 7, 1959
    April 7, 1959
    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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  • March 31, 1959
    March 31, 1959
    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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  • March 24, 1959
    March 24, 1959
    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
    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
    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).
  • March 3, 1959
    March 3, 1959
    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
  • February 17, 1959
    February 17, 1959
    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
  • February 10, 1959
    February 10, 1959
    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 3, 1959
    February 3, 1959
    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
  • January 27, 1959
    January 27, 1959
    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.
  • January 20, 1959
    January 20, 1959
    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 13, 1959
    January 13, 1959
    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
  • January 6, 1959
    January 6, 1959
    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
  • December 30, 1958
    December 30, 1958
    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.
  • December 23, 1958
    December 23, 1958
    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 16, 1958
    December 16, 1958
    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
    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
    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
  • November 25, 1958
    November 25, 1958
    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
  • November 18, 1958
    November 18, 1958
    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 11, 1958
    November 11, 1958
    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
  • October 28, 1958
    October 28, 1958
    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
  • October 21, 1958
    October 21, 1958
    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
    Episode 3
    10/14/58
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    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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  • October 7, 1958
    October 7, 1958
    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
    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
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