The Gisele MacKenzie Show - Season 1

NBC (ended 1958)


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Episode Guide


  • March 29, 1958
    March 29, 1958
    Episode 25
    Gisele's guests for her final program are Miyoshi Umeki and NBC cameraman Lee Mossman. Highlights: Miyoshi performs "How Deep Is the Ocean". Gisele sings songs from "The King and I", she will be starring in the stage version in San Francisco as her show ends it's run.
  • March 22, 1958
    March 22, 1958
    Episode 24
    Gisele's guest is Edie Adams. Highlights: Edie and Gisele duet on "It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House" and "It's Delightful to be Married". The Curfew Kids join Gisele for "Tip Toe Through the Tulips". The dancers perform to "I Left My Hat in Haiti".
  • March 15, 1958
    March 15, 1958
    Episode 23
    Gisele's guests are songstress June Hutton and the George Arnold's "Rhythm on Ice Revue".
  • March 8, 1958
    March 8, 1958
    Episode 22
    Comedian George DeWitt makes a return appearance on Gisele's show.
  • March 1, 1958
    March 1, 1958
    Episode 21
    Gisele's guests are Eddie Foy Jr., Miyoshi Umeki and NBC cameraman Lee Mossman, who was "discovered" as a singer by Gisele MacKenzie so he gets a shot on her show tonight. Highlights: Miyoshi and Gisele duet with "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes". Gisele sings some French lullaby's.
  • February 22, 1958
    February 22, 1958
    Episode 20
    Gisele's guests are Folk-singer Randy Sparks and The Paul Smith Jazz Combo. Highlights: Gisele sings "Sweet Madness", "I May Be Wrong", "Let's Dance", "You Make Me Feel So Young" and "Come to Me, My True Love". Paul Smith treats with his version of "Chop Sticks". Gisele charms her dachshund Wolfgang with "You're Blase". Randy Sparks does "Belonging to Someone".moreless
  • February 15, 1958
    February 15, 1958
    Episode 19
    Gisele's guests are Jimmie Rodgers and The Four Preps. Highlights: The Preps sing "Twenty-six Miles". Gisele sings "Let's Dance".
  • February 8, 1958
    February 8, 1958
    Episode 18
    Gisele's guests are Roger Williams and Robert Clary. Highlights: Gisele sings "Gypsy In My Soul" and "Magic Moments". Robert Clary sings "I Won't Dance".
  • January 25, 1958
    January 25, 1958
    Episode 17
    Gisele's guests are Mark Stevens and Randy Sparks. Highlights: Gisele and ensemble lead off with "It's Delovely" and "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die". Mark and Randy join Gisele in "Friendship". Randy Sparks gives out with "Walking the Low Road". Gisele solos with "No Love" and "Drummer Boy".
  • January 18, 1958
    January 18, 1958
    Episode 16
    Gisele's guests are Johnny Mercer and Stubby Kaye. Highlights: Gisele joins Johnny in a medley of his own tunes including "Accentuate the Positive". Stubby Kaye performs "Personality". Stubby and Gisele duet with "Too Close For Comfort".
  • January 11, 1958
    January 11, 1958
    Episode 15
    Gisele's guests are Russell Arms and Snooky Lanson. Highlights: Gisele's old Hit Parade partners visit tonight. Songs include "Love and Marriage", "This Old House" and "Let Me Go, Lover".
  • January 4, 1958
    January 4, 1958
    Episode 14
    Gisele's guests are George Montgomery and Molly Bee. Highlights: Molly Bee sings "Buzz, Buzz, Buzz".
  • December 21, 1957
    December 21, 1957
    Episode 13
    Gisele's guest is Edgar Bergen. Highlights: Gisele does a song-and-dancer version of "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" with the Curfew Kids. Gisele and the Curfew Kids perform "The Christmas Waltz" and "Frosty, the Snowman". Gisele sings the French version of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer".
  • December 14, 1957
    December 14, 1957
    Episode 12
    Gisele's guest is George DeWitt. Highlights: Gisele and the Curfew Kids perform "Old-fashioned Walk". George and Gisele do a skit together.
  • December 7, 1957
    December 7, 1957
    Episode 11
    Gisele's guest is Cesar Romero. Highlights: Cesar rumbas with Gisele. Gisele dances with the Curfew Kids to "The Lord Loves a Laughing Man". Gisele and Cesar dance the mambo to "Who's Got the Pain". The Curfew Kids dance with four little girls. Gisele sings "Melodie D'Amour" and a Christmas novelty "Too Fat For the Chimney".moreless
  • November 30, 1957
    November 30, 1957
    Episode 10
    Gisele's guest is Anna Maria Alberghetti. Highlights: The girls grab a male singer named Henry Banke for "Fascination" and do a comedy aided by the NBC film department. Anna Maria sings "I've Got a Crush On You". Gisele sings "Till", "Never Go Away" and "Shine On My Shoes".
  • November 23, 1957
    November 23, 1957
    Episode 9
    Gisele's guest is Margaret Truman. Highlights: Gisele opens with "Them There Eyes". Gisele joined by Margaret Truman and the Curfew Kids sing and dance to "The Huckle Buck". Gisele and Margaret duet with "I Only Have Eyes For You" and play the piano together in a version of "Sisters". Gisele also offers one of the numbers in her repertoire, the French tune, "Le Fiacre".moreless
  • November 16, 1957
    November 16, 1957
    Episode 8
    Gisele's guests are Boris Karloff and Johnny Desmond. Highlights: Boris laments that he has been doing too much singing and dancing as a guest on TV shows and longs to become a monster again. Boris sings "Those Were the Good Old Days" from Damn Yankees. Gisele sings "Give Me the Simple Life" and "All the Way". Johnny croons "Keep Me In Mind". The finale includes all three rendering "The Girl Friend of the Whirling Dervish".moreless
  • November 9, 1957
    November 9, 1957
    Episode 7
    Gisele's guests are George Raft and Dean Martin. Highlights: Gisele and Dean Martin finish "Walking My Baby Back Home" which they began at the end of the preceding show Club Oasis. Gisele sings "Melodie D'Amour" and "It's Not For Me". George Raft teams with Gisele and the Curfew Kids for a dance number "Top Hat". The finale has George Raft and Gisele doing the tango to "Orchids in the Moonlight". A salute to George Raft's first show-biz Tango 30 years ago.moreless
  • November 2, 1957
    November 2, 1957
    Episode 6
    Gisele's guest is Eddie Fisher. Highlights: Gisele and Eddie duet to "Mutual Admiration Society" and "You Do Something to Me". Eddie sings "Sayonara". Gisele sings "From This Moment On" and "This I Know". The Curfew Kids are in the finale with "Little Old Lady".
  • October 26, 1957
    October 26, 1957
    Episode 5
    Gisele's guest is Jack Benny. Highlights: Gisele MacKenzie perform on the violin as she and her guest Jack Benny reminisce over the days the Benny troupe toured London, and the two worked in Las Vegas. Jack and Gisele pick up the violins and run through a Chardis duet. Gisele sings "June Night", "Chances Are" and "La Fiacre".moreless
  • October 19, 1957
    October 19, 1957
    Episode 4
    Gisele's guest is Bob Crosby. Highlights: Gisele's ex-boss Bob Crosby chats about their radio days and they duet to "Singing the Blues". Gisele sings "Tip Toe Through the Tulips" and "My Heart Reminds Me".
  • October 12, 1957
    October 12, 1957
    Episode 3
    Gisele's guest is Ronald Reagan. Highlights: Gisele and Ronald duet on "I've Got a Crush on You" and "You're the Top". Gisele sings "Goody-Goody", "Fascination" and "Little Man, You've Had a Busy Day". Also the 4 Little Boys with "Jeepers Creepers".
  • October 5, 1957
    October 5, 1957
    Episode 2
    Gisele's guest is Dennis Day. Highlights: Gisele and Dennis duet to "Blue Suede Shoes". Dennis sings "The Wiggle of the Kilt". Gisele sings "La Vie en Rose", "Middle of the Island" and "An Affair to Remember".
  • September 28, 1957
    September 28, 1957
    Episode 1
    Gisele's guest is Art Linkletter. Highlights: Gisele and Art duet with "Paper Moon". Gisele sings "Merci Beaucoup", "I Love Paris" and "Tammy". Art Linkletter sets the stage for a song-by-song account of Gisele's career "This Is Your Life" with humor.