The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 11 Episode 26

March 5, 1966

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Aired Unknown Mar 05, 1966 on ABC
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March 5, 1966
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Kathy Lennon is the centerpiece of the show. Highlights: Bobby, the Blenders, Jimmy, Larry, Dick, Barbara, Janet, Norma, Natalie, Jo Ann; Lawrence coming in to dance with Kathy join in for "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody". Kathy Lennon sings "More Than You Know" and "Secret Love". The Lennon Sisters sing "Blue Moon". The Orchestra performs "S'Wonderful". "The Charleston" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan. Steve Smith and Kathy Lennon duet on "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" The Orchestra (conducted by Kathy) and danced by Kathy and Dick Dale perform "The Woodchopper's Ball". The Blenders sing "Blue Velvet". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano with Neil Levang on banjo perform "Music, Music, Music". Bob Ralston at the organ performs "Moon River". Norma Zimmer sings "If I Loved You". The Orchestra performs "Bambalina". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Thine Alone". Eddie Chris Feeney (Joe's youngest son) with Frank Scott at the piano and Lawrence perform "Alleluia - Happy Birthday". "Give My Regards to Broadway" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Kathy Lennon & Steve Smith duet with "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" Larry Hooper sings "If You Knew Susie". The flute section featuring Natalie Nevins perform. Natalie Nevins and the Blenders sing "By the Light of the Silvery Moon". Jimmy Roberts sings "When You Were Sweet Sixteen". Bob Lido & Aladdin with Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano perform "Hello, My Ragtime Gal". Mike Dash (Lawrence's friend) on the accordion plays a waltz with Lawrence and Kathy dancing.moreless

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    Aladdin

    Aladdin

    singer/violinist (1955-1967)

    Recurring Role

    Arthur Duncan

    Arthur Duncan

    dancer (1964-1982)

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    Barbara Boylan

    Barbara Boylan

    dancer (1961-1967; 1979)

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