The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 13 Episode 51

August 31, 1968

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August 31, 1968
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County Fair Highlights: Bobby, Cissy, Joe, Andra, Larry, Sandi, Salli, Dick, Jimmy, Bob Ralston, Bob Lido, Norma, Jo Ann, Kenny, Natalie, Charlotte, Charlie, Curt join in for "When the Carnival Comes to Town". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet with "The Loveliest Night of the Year". Myron Floren on accordion plays "Tico Tico". "Look at the Funny Dancing Clowns" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. The Orchestra with Russ Klein on clarinet & Bob Ralston at the organ perform "Baby Elephant Walk". "Wabash Cannonball" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Salli, Norma, Sandi, Andra, Bobby, Bob Ralston, Jimmy, Larry & orchestra perform "So Long, Goodbye". Joe Feeney performs "How to Handle a Woman". Sandi Griffiths & Salli Flynn duet with "Make 'em Laugh". Andra Willis sings "Our Love Is Like a Merry-Go-Round". Bob Lido sings "Lucky in Love". Larry Hooper sings "The Auctioneer Song". Jo Ann Castle plays a song on the honky tonk piano. Jimmy Roberts sings "Turn the World Around the Other Way". Frank Scott at the organ & Bob Ralston at the piano perform "Indian Lake". Dick Dale with Charlie, Curt & Larry perform "Gotta Travel On". Tanya Falan sings "(Have I Stayed) Too Long at the Fair?" A medley of Songs from "The Music Man" include the Orchestra performing "Seventy-Six Trombones"; Natalie Nevins singing "Goodnight My Someone"; Bobby & Cissy dancing to "Gary, Indiana"; and Jack Imel & entire cast joining in for "Trouble". The entire cast with Bob Havens on trombone perform "Cotton Candy & Toy Balloon".moreless

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