The Garry Moore Show - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • June 28, 1960
    June 28, 1960
    Episode 38
    6/28/60
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    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
  • June 21, 1960
    June 21, 1960
    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
    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
    Episode 35
    6/7/60
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    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 31, 1960
    May 31, 1960
    Episode 34
    5/31/60
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    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
  • May 24, 1960
    May 24, 1960
    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 17, 1960
    May 17, 1960
    Episode 32
    5/17/60
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    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 10, 1960
    May 10, 1960
    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 3, 1960
    May 3, 1960
    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
    Episode 29
    4/26/60
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    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
    Episode 28
    4/19/60
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    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
  • April 12, 1960
    April 12, 1960
    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
  • April 5, 1960
    April 5, 1960
    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
  • March 29, 1960
    March 29, 1960
    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
  • March 22, 1960
    March 22, 1960
    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 15, 1960
    March 15, 1960
    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
    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
    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
  • February 23, 1960
    February 23, 1960
    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
  • February 16, 1960
    February 16, 1960
    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 2, 1960
    February 2, 1960
    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
  • January 26, 1960
    January 26, 1960
    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
  • January 19, 1960
    January 19, 1960
    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
  • January 12, 1960
    January 12, 1960
    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
  • January 5, 1960
    January 5, 1960
    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
  • December 29, 1959
    December 29, 1959
    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 22, 1959
    December 22, 1959
    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 15, 1959
    December 15, 1959
    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
  • December 8, 1959
    December 8, 1959
    Episode 10
    12/8/59
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    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
  • December 1, 1959
    December 1, 1959
    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 24, 1959
    November 24, 1959
    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
  • November 17, 1959
    November 17, 1959
    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
  • November 10, 1959
    November 10, 1959
    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 3, 1959
    November 3, 1959
    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
  • October 20, 1959
    October 20, 1959
    Episode 4
    10/20/59
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    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
  • October 13, 1959
    October 13, 1959
    Episode 3
    10/13/59
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    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 6, 1959
    October 6, 1959
    Episode 2
    10/6/59
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    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
  • September 30, 1959
    September 30, 1959
    Episode 1
    9/30/59
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    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".
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