The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 11 Episode 32

April 16, 1966

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Aired Unknown Apr 16, 1966 on ABC
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April 16, 1966
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Great Movie Melodies Highlights: Barbara, Bobby, Janet, Jimmy, Kathy, Dick, Jo Ann, Larry with Arthur Duncan dancing join in for "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah". Norma Zimmer sings "The Sweetheart Tree". The Orchestra performs "It Might As Well Be Spring". Larry Hooper with Janet, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "Swinging on a Star". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano performs "High Hopes". Jimmy Roberts sings "Three Coins in the Fountain". "The Continental" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Blenders perform "Buttons and Bows". Frank Scott at the piano with orchestra and Lawrence and Barbara dance to "Moon River". Bob Lido (also on fiddle) with pianist Frank Scott perform "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening". Janet, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "Chem Chem Cher-ee". Joe Feeney with guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "Sweet Leilani". The Orchestra performs "Lullaby of Broadway". Natalie Nevins sings "Que Sera Sera". Kathy Lennon sings "The Shadow of Your Smile". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "All the Way". Larry Hooper with Bobby, Jack and Arthur dancing and Peggy, Janet, Kathie, Natalie, Dick, Aladdin, Jo Ann, Barbara perform "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe". Myron Floren on accordion performs "Never on Sunday". Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Mahlon Clark on clarinet, Bob Havens on trombone & the rhythm section perform "I Will Wait for You". Joe, the Blenders, Jimmy, Bobby, Peggy, Kathy, Janet, Barbara, Norma, Jo Ann, Natalie with pianist Frank Scott perform "Thanks for the Memories".moreless

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    Bob Lido

    Bob Lido

    Singer/violinist

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    The Blenders

    The Blenders

    Singers (1965-1966)

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    Dick Cathcart

    Dick Cathcart

    Trumpetist (1962-1968)

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