The Lawrence Welk Show - Season 1

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Episode Guide

  • August 4, 1956
    August 4, 1956
    Episode 58
    8/4/56
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    Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Give Me a Little Kiss". George Thow and Norman Bailey perform "St. Louis Blues".
  • July 28, 1956
    July 28, 1956
    Episode 57
    7/28/56
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    Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Ja Da". Lawrence on organ performs "Three O'Clock in the Morning". Jerry Burke on organ does "Moonglow".
  • July 14, 1956
    July 14, 1956
    Episode 55
    7/14/56
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    Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Cheerful Little Earful".
  • June 30, 1956
    June 30, 1956
    Episode 53
    6/30/56
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    Highlights of the show are: Alice Lon sings "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not". Jim Roberts does "To Love Again". Bob Lido performs "Ain't She Sweet".
  • June 16, 1956
    June 16, 1956
    Episode 51
    6/16/56
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    Highlights: Rocky Rockwell performs "Sagebrush Sadie". Buddy Merrill on guitar does "Poor People of Paris". Alice Lon and Norma Zimmer perform "I Could Have Danced All Night".
  • May 12, 1956
    May 12, 1956
    Episode 46
    5/12/56
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    Highlights: Myron Floren on accordion, while Lawrence dances with his wife to "Saturday Night Waltz".
  • April 7, 1956
    April 7, 1956
    Episode 41
    4/7/56
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    From Hollywood Lawrence's gang includes Larry Hooper, Dick Dale, Alice Lon and Jack Martin. Highlights of the show are: Larry Hooper does "Fourth R-Religion". Dick Dale sings "Flowers Mean Forgiveness". Alice Lon sings "Missing" and "One Life, One Love, One Heart". Jack Martin performs "Great Pretender". The Orchestra performs "Cheek to Cheek", "Jenny Lind Polka" and "Humoresque".moreless
  • March 24, 1956
    March 24, 1956
    Episode 39
    3/24/56
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    From New York. Highlights of the show are: Jim Roberts performs "He". Dick Dale does "Ask Me". Alice Lon and Rocky Rockwell duet with "Town and Country Polka". Alice Lon sings "Mr. Wonderful". The Quartet perform "Coney Island Baby". The Orchestra performs "Coney Island".
  • March 17, 1956
    March 17, 1956
    Episode 38
    3/17/56
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    St. Patrick's Day Show.
  • March 10, 1956
    March 10, 1956
    Episode 37
    3/10/56
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    Lawrence Welk and his regulars Alice Lon, Jim Roberts, Bob Lido, Bill Page and the rest of the gang are back with more music. Highlights of the show are: A piano duet with "Me and My Shadow". Alice Lon sings "Rock and Roll Waltz" and "Everybody's Doin' It".
  • March 3, 1956
    March 3, 1956
    Episode 36
    3/3/56
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    Lawrence Welk's performers tonight are Bill Page, Myron Floren, Orie Amadeo, Alice Lon, Bob Lido and the piano and violin trios. Highlights of the show are: Bill Page sings "Bye Bye Blues". Myron Floren performs "Dakota Polka". The Piano Trio perform "Autumn Leaves". Bob Lido and Orie Amadeo duet on "Piccolo Pete". Alice Lon sings "A Grand Night for Singing". The Lennon Sisters with their dad, and their uncles Bob, Pat, and Ted perform "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds". The Band does "The Dixieland One-Step".moreless
  • February 25, 1956
    February 25, 1956
    Episode 35
    2/25/56
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    Music Maestro Lawrence Welk with his regular cast of Alice Lon, Myron Floren, Jim Roberts, Larry Hooper and Rocky Rockwell supply the evening with song and dance. Highlights of the show are: The Orchestra performs "In the Still of the Night". Alice Lon sings "The First Snowfall". Myron Floren performs "Malaguena". Jim Roberts does "Moments to Remember". Larry Hooper sings "O Happy Day". Rocky Rockwell does "Ugly Child".moreless
  • January 28, 1956
    January 28, 1956
    Episode 31
    1/28/56
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    Highlights of the show are: Lawrence Welk and the Orchestra perform a medley with "Jealous", "Heartaches" and "Walkin' My Baby Back Home". Alice Lon and Rocky Rockwell duet on "Side By Side". Myron Floren performs "Nola". Buddy Merrill does "Dungaree Doll". Jim Roberts performs "Golden Days". Larry Hooper sings "The Bible Tells Me So". The Orchestra closes with "Clarinet Polka".moreless
  • January 21, 1956
    January 21, 1956
    Episode 30
    1/21/56
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    Highlights of the show are: Alice Lon sings "The First Snowfall". Myron Floren does "Lady of Spain". Jim Roberts sings "Many Splendored Thing". The Orchestra performs "Sobbin' Blues" and "Evening Star".
  • January 14, 1956
    January 14, 1956
    Episode 29
    1/14/56
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    Highlights of the show are: Alice Lon sings "Buttons and Bows". Rocky Rockwell does "Sioux City Sue". The Orchestra performs "I Want to Be Happy".
  • January 7, 1956
    January 7, 1956
    Episode 28
    1/7/56
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    Highlights: Woody Guidry performs "Yearning".
  • Christmas Show 1955
    Christmas Show 1955
    Episode 26
    12/24/55
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    Lawrence Welk's first network Christmas show.
  • December 17, 1955
    December 17, 1955
    Episode 25
    12/17/55
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    Highlights: Larry Hooper performs "The Lord is a Busy Man". Lawrence Welk and Myron Floren on accordion perform "Muskrat Ramble".
  • November 26, 1955
    November 26, 1955
    Episode 22
    11/26/55
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    Highlights of the show are: Alice Lon sings "It's Almost Tomorrow". Larry Hooper does "Sixteen Tons". Bill Page performs "London Bridge". Dick Dale doe "Christmas Dreaming". Aladdin performs "Shifting, Whispering Sands".
  • November 19, 1955
    November 19, 1955
    Episode 21
    11/19/55
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    Highlights of the show are: Myron Floren performs "Czardas". Alice Lon & Dick Dale duet on "Love and Marriage". The Violin Section perform "Perfect Song". Larry Hooper does "Oh, Monah". Buddy Merrill performs "Panhandle Rag".
  • November 12, 1955
    November 12, 1955
    Episode 20
    11/12/55
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    Highlights of the show are: Alice Lon sings "Moments to Remember". Jim Roberts does "He". Octet performs "March of the Musketeers". Dick Kessner performs "Indian Love Call". The Quartet perform "Storybook Ball".
  • November 5, 1955
    November 5, 1955
    Episode 19
    11/5/55
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    Highlights on this show are: Dick Kessner performs "Meditation". Rocky Rockwell does "The Chicken Polka". The Sparklers Quartet perform "Strolling Through the Park". Jim Roberts sings "Many Splendored Thing".
  • October 29, 1955
    October 29, 1955
    Episode 18
    10/29/55
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    Highlights on the show are: Alice Lon sings "Sam, the Old Accordian Man". Bill Lido & Aladdin perform "Five Foot Two". Alice and Lawrence dance to "Mexican Hat Dance". Alice Lon and the Orchestra perform "Oklahoma". The Orchestra performs "Water Tumbler Song".
  • September 17, 1955
    September 17, 1955
    Episode 12
    9/17/55
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    Live from Chicago's Aragon Ballroom Highlights: The Orchestra performs "The Randolph Street Strut". Larry Hooper performs "I'm a Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas".
  • September 10, 1955
    September 10, 1955
    Episode 11
    9/10/55
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    Saluting the return to school in many parts of the country Alice Lon and the Sparklers Quartet will sing the traditional "School Days". Alice Lon who has three young sons of her own is also programmed to sing the popular ballad ''Angel Belles".
  • September 3, 1955
    September 3, 1955
    Episode 10
    9/3/55
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    Alice Lon, the "Champagne Lady", will sing a new ballad titled "lt's Alright with Me". Other numbers slated by the Welk aggregation tonight includes "Seventeen", "A Cottage for Sale", "September Song" and "River Seine".
  • August 27, 1955
    August 27, 1955
    Episode 9
    8/27/55
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    The Welk band has planned some imitations for this week's telecast. Plot includes impersonations of Guy Lombardo, Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Durante.
  • August 20, 1955
    August 20, 1955
    Episode 8
    8/20/55
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    Highlights: Songs included "Lisbon"
  • August 13, 1955
    August 13, 1955
    Episode 7
    8/13/55
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    Highlights: Buddy Merrill on steel guitar performs "Song of the Islands". Myron Floren on accordian does "Lover".
  • August 6, 1955
    August 6, 1955
    Episode 6
    8/6/55
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    Special guest Elmer Klinger. Highlights: Myron Floren on accordion performs "Saturday Night Waltz". Rocky Rockwell and Alice Lon duet on "The Vegetable Song". Barney Liddell on trombone does "Cherokee". Woody Guidry on trumpet performs "Minka".
  • Includes three episodes that aired on October 19, 1957, February 10, 1962 and February 22, 1964.
  • July 30, 1955
    July 30, 1955
    Episode 5
    7/30/55
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    Lawrence Welk and his "Champagne Music Makers" will be given their television premiere of their latest recordings and with Special guest Merrill Behunin. Highlights: Alice Lon "Champagne Lady," will ting "I Hear The Bells" with an augmented choral group. Tenor Jim Roberts backed by the group, will offer "Wake The Town."moreless
  • Includes three episodes that aired on November 6, 1965, November 13, 1965 and February 24, 1968.
  • July 23, 1955
    July 23, 1955
    Episode 4
    7/23/55
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    The popular band leader is featured in his own composisition "Dodging Around."
  • Includes three episodes that aired on March 7, 1965, March 18, 1967 and May 31, 1969.
  • July 16, 1955
    July 16, 1955
    Episode 3
    7/16/55
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    Lawrence Welk originates from Lick Pier in Ocean Park for this evenings program. Highlights: Alice Lon teams with the Sparklers Quartet for a special vocal number and dances with Maestro Welk to the strains of "The Emperor's Waltz".
  • Includes three episodes that aired on January 16, 1965, September 18, 1965 and September 17, 1966.
  • July 9, 1955
    July 9, 1955
    Episode 2
    7/9/55
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    Highlights: Buddy Hayes (also on bass violin) performs "I Need Lovin'". Woody Guidry on trumpet performs "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White". Lawrence and Myron on accordion perform "In the Mood".
  • Includes three episodes that aired on June 18, 1960, April 4, 1962 and April 7, 1962.
  • First Network Show
    First Network Show
    Episode 1
    7/2/55
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    Featured are singers Alice Lon and Jim Roberts, guitarist Buddy Merrill, accordionist Myron Floren, violinist Bob Lido, Bass player Buddy Hayes, saxophonist Jack Martin and trumpeter Rocky Rockwell. Highlights of the show are: Myron Floren and Lawrence perform "The 12th Street Rag". Bob Lido does "Learning the Blues". Buddy Hayes sings "Dance With Me, Henry". Alice Lon sings "Love Me or Leave Me". Jack Martin performs "Alabamy Bound". Rocky Rockwell does "I Love Girls".moreless
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