The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 13 Episode 38

June 1, 1968

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Aired Unknown Jun 01, 1968 on ABC
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June 1, 1968
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The Music Makers doff their hats to the Golden State of California. Highlights: Sandi, Dick, Jack, Salli, Bobby, Cissy, Andra, Steve join in for "California, Here I Come". Myron Floren on accordion with guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill; danced by Bobby & Cissy perform "A Spoonful of Sugar". Jimmy Roberts sings "I Left My Heart in San Francisco". Norma Zimmer sings "When You Wish Upon a Star". "Hooray for Hollywood" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Dick Dale with Steve, Bob Lido, Charlie & Larry perform "San Fernando Valley". "Music to Watch the Girls By" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. Andra Willis sings "Besame Mucho". Bob Ralston at the piano plays a Greek Piano Concerto in A minor. "Three Little Fishies" is danced by Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan & Jack Imel. Natalie Nevins sings "When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano". Tanya Falan sings "Twenty-Miles Across the Sea (Santa Catalina)". Steve Smith with Curt, Norma, Andra & Charlie perform "Avalon". Sandi Griffith & Salli Flynn duet with "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?" Steve Smith sings "Fly Me to the Moon". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano with a vocal by Bob Lido perform "San Francisco". Larry Hooper sings "Talk to the Animals". The Orchestra performs "People Will say We're in Love". In My Little Gray Home in the West: Joe Feeney All join in for a medley of "Take Your Girly to the Movies/California, Here I Come".moreless

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    Arthur Duncan

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