The Garry Moore Show - Season 4

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Episode Guide

  • June 26, 1962
    June 26, 1962
    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
  • June 19, 1962
    June 19, 1962
    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 12, 1962
    June 12, 1962
    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
  • June 5, 1962
    June 5, 1962
    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
  • May 29, 1962
    May 29, 1962
    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
  • May 15, 1962
    May 15, 1962
    Episode 31
    5/15/62
    0.0
    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
  • May 8, 1962
    May 8, 1962
    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
  • May 1, 1962
    May 1, 1962
    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
  • April 24, 1962
    April 24, 1962
    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
  • April 10, 1962
    April 10, 1962
    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.
  • March 27, 1962
    March 27, 1962
    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
    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 13, 1962
    March 13, 1962
    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
  • March 6, 1962
    March 6, 1962
    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
  • February 27, 1962
    February 27, 1962
    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
  • February 20, 1962
    February 20, 1962
    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 13, 1962
    February 13, 1962
    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 6, 1962
    February 6, 1962
    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
    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
  • January 23, 1962
    January 23, 1962
    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
  • January 16, 1962
    January 16, 1962
    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 9, 1962
    January 9, 1962
    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 2, 1962
    January 2, 1962
    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
  • December 26, 1961
    December 26, 1961
    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
    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
    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
  • December 5, 1961
    December 5, 1961
    Episode 10
    12/5/61
    0.0
    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
  • November 28, 1961
    November 28, 1961
    Episode 9
    11/28/61
    0.0
    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
  • November 21, 1961
    November 21, 1961
    Episode 8
    11/21/61
    0.0
    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
  • November 14, 1961
    November 14, 1961
    Episode 7
    11/14/61
    0.0
    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 7, 1961
    November 7, 1961
    Episode 6
    11/7/61
    0.0
    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
  • October 31, 1961
    October 31, 1961
    Episode 5
    10/31/61
    0.0
    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
  • October 17, 1961
    October 17, 1961
    Episode 4
    10/17/61
    0.0
    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
  • October 10, 1961
    October 10, 1961
    Episode 3
    10/10/61
    0.0
    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 3, 1961
    October 3, 1961
    Episode 2
    10/3/61
    0.0
    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
  • September 26, 1961
    September 26, 1961
    Episode 1
    9/26/61
    0.0
    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
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