The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 14 Episode 31

April Showers

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Aired Unknown Apr 19, 1969 on ABC
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The Maestro and his Music Makers theme is April Showers. Highlights: Andra, Dick, Sandi, Steve, Salli, Bobby, Cissy, Larry join in for "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella". The Orchestra featuring Frank Scott at the piano perform "The More I Love You". Lynn Anderson sings "The Auctioneer Song". Myron Floren on the accordion plays a polka with Lawrence dancing with Cissy. Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet with "I'll Remember April". Bobby Burgess & Cissy King dance to "Dancing in the Dark". Sandi & Salli duet on "Chanson D'Amour". Natalie Nevins sings "It's a Grand Night for Singing". The Orchestra performs a medley of songs from "Oklahoma". Bob Lido with entire cast join in for "A Shine on Your Shoes". Bobby Burgess & Jack Imel dance to "That Old Soft Shoe". Tanya Falan sings "Walking the Floor Over You". Jo Ann Castle plays "This Ole House" on the honky tonk piano, with assist from Bobby, Cissy, Andra and Buddy Merrill on banjo. Steve Smith sings "April Love". The Orchestra performs "Hey Jude" (from Galveston album). Dick Dale & Andra Willis duet with "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off". Larry Hooper sings "Dance with a Dolly". Joe Feeney, piano: Frank Scott perform "Cara Mia". Bob Ralston at the organ plys "The Sound of Music". Larry Hooper at the piano with Cissy, Bobby, Andra, Steve, Natalie, Joe, Dick, Norma, Jimmy, Sandi, Salli, Tanya join in for "April Showers".moreless

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    Lynn Anderson

    Lynn Anderson

    Herself

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    Andra Willis

    Andra Willis

    singer (1967-1969)

    Recurring Role

    Arthur Duncan

    Arthur Duncan

    dancer (1964-1982)

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    Barney Liddell

    Barney Liddell

    trombonist

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