The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 12 Episode 23

A Salute to the Big Band Era

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Feb 18, 1967 on ABC
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A Salute to the Big Band Era
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A salute to the Big Band era. < Highlights: "In the Mood" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan and also by Dick & Jo Ann, Diane & Bob, Kathy & Jack. Kenny Trimble on trombone plays "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You". Norman Bailey on trumpet plays "Sugar Blues". Bob Ralston (as Kay Kyser) and the Lennon Sisters perform "Who Wouldn't Love You?" A Waltz (Guy Lombardo) and the Orchestra with Bob Ralston & Frank Scott on twin Pianos. Myron Floren on the accordion plays "Twilight Time". The Orchestra with Muzzy Marcellino (whistler) performs "Heartaches". Jimmy Roberts sings "You're Nobody". Peggy Lennon sings "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny". Bob Ralston plays "Cumana". Joe Feeney performs "String of Pearls". The Orchestra & Muzzy Marcellino (whistler); Buddy Clark, bass; Johnny Klein, drums perform "Big Noise from Winnetka". "The Waltz You Saved for Me" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. "Take the "A" Train" is performed by the Orchestra featuring the Woodwind section. Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "My Wonderful One". Charlie Pallato sings and plays trumpet performs "Got a Date With an Angel". Charlie Pallato on trumpet performs "When Day is Done". "Doing the New Low Down" is danced by Arthur Duncan. JoAnn Castle on piano, Neal Levang on guitar perform "Boogie Woogie". Mickey McMann on trumpet performs "You Made Me Love You". The Orchestra, with Peggy Lennon singing joined by Larry Hooper, Dick Cathcart, Steve Smith & Curt Ramsey and Lawrence on the accordion join in for "Pound Your Table Polka". The Chorus closes with "Sleep, Sleep, Sleep".moreless

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Muzzy Marcellino

Muzzy Marcellino

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Aladdin

Aladdin

singer/violinist (1955-1967)

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Harry Hyams

Harry Hyams

viola (1961-1982)

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Arthur Duncan

Arthur Duncan

dancer (1964-1982)

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