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  • August 6, 1966
    August 6, 1966
    Episode 45
    8/6/66
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    Lawrence's show revolves around the feminine touch. Highlights: Norma Zimmer performs "Falling In Love With Love". The Lennons sing "I Enjoy Being a Girl". Natalie Nevins performs "Maria". The Blenders perform "In the Evening by the Moonlight". Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan perform "Begin the Beguine". Kathy Lennon sings "Someone Wonderful". Norma Zimmer and Jim Roberts duet on "Rock of Ages".moreless
  • July 23, 1966
    July 23, 1966
    Episode 44
    7/23/66
    10
    Summer Sounds Highlights: Peggy, Janet, Dianne, Norma, Natalie, Dick, the Blenders perform "Happy Summer Sounds". "Going Home Waltz" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano with guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "Frankie and Johnny". The Lennon Sisters sing "Tumbling Tumbleweeds". "Up on Lazy River" is performed by the Orchestra featuring Bob Havens on trombone. Jo Ann Castle and Charlie Parlatto with the Blenders perform "Go Ahead Charlie". The Orchestra perform "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". Norma Zimmer sings "Mother Nature's in Love". Myron Floren on accordion with Neil Levang on mandolin, Buddy Merrill on guitar & Buddy Hayes on tuba perform "Strip Polka". Jimmy Roberts sings "Red River Valley". Charlotte Harris on cello with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Beyond the Blue Horizon". Hawaiian Wedding Song: Dianne Lennon and Steve Smith "I Got Rhythm" is danced by Jack Imel, Arthur Duncan & Bobby Burgess Joe Feeney with the Blenders, Peggy, Dianne, Janet, Barbara perform "Goodnight Irene". Bob Lido, Aladdin & Jo Ann Castle perform "Paddlin' Madeline Home". The Orchestra performs "Say Si Si". Natalie Nevins & Jimmy Roberts duet with "Til There Was You". Dick Dale with the Lennon Sisters sing "Marianne". Bob Ralston at the organ performs "My Heart Still Remembers". Larry Hooper sings "Minnie the Mermaid". The Orchestra with Peggy, Barbara, Diane, Janet perform "Slow Poke". All join in for "Picnicking in the Park".moreless
  • July 9, 1966
    July 9, 1966
    Episode 43
    7/9/66
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    Traveling Songs Highlights: Natalie, Bobby, Barbara, the Blenders, Peggy, Janet, Kathy and the Orchestra join in for "California Here I Come". Norma Zimmer sings "Around the World". Myron Floren on the accordion performs a Medley of French Songs (Frere Jacques, Sous les Toits de Paris, I Love Paris, Valentine, Can Can)". The Blenders & Jo Ann Castle perform "Come Josephine in My Flying Machine". "The Gypsy in My Soul" is performed by the Orchestra with Frank Scott & Larry Hooper at the piano. The Lennon Sisters sing "Sentimental Journey". "Wheels" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Jimmy Roberts sings "I Left My Heart in San Francisco". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano performs "Alabamy Bound". "King of the Road" is danced by Arthur Duncan. "When You're a Long, Long Way from Home" is performed the saxophone section with Frank Scott at the piano. Kathy & Janet Lennon with Jo Ann Castle & Jack Imel perform "All We Really Need Is a Break". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "When My Dreamboat Comes Home". Larry Hooper sings "This Train". The Orchestra performs "By the Light of the Silvery Moon". Natalie Nevins sings "Canadian Sunset". The Lennon Sisters & Aladdin sing "Cuanto le Gusta". The Orchestra performs "Highways are Happy Ways". Joe Feeney performs "Galway Bay". Bob Lido sings "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe". "Tijuana Taxi" is performed by the Orchestra featuring Dick Cathcart and Charlie Parlatto on trumpet, Bob Ralston at the piano, backup vocals by the Lennon Sisters and dance by Bobby & Barbara Dick Dale with the Lennon Sisters, the Blenders, Norma, Joe, Barbara, Bobby, Jo Ann, Larry, Natalie, Jimmy join in for "Gotta Travel On".moreless
  • June 25, 1966
    June 25, 1966
    Episode 41
    6/25/66
    0.0
    In the Good Old Summertime Highlights: Dianne, Jimmy, Dick Dale, Kathy, Dick Cathcart, Peggy, Barbara, Bobby, Janet, Jack join in for "Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer". Myron Floren on accordion with orchestra performs "Tico Tico". Norma Zimmer sings "Summertime". Bob Havens on trombone with orchestra performs "Girl of My Dreams". The Lennon Sisters sing "Green Leaves of Summer". "Cruising Down the River" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Joe Feeney with pianist Frank Scott perform "The Sunshine of Your Smile". The Blenders sing "There Is This Need". Bob Ralston at the organ performs "Melody of Love". Jo Ann Castle & Aladdin with Charlie Parlatto perform "By the Sea". Larry Hooper sings "Lazy Bones". The Orchestra performs "On Moonlight Bay". Jimmy Roberts sings "Carolina Moon". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano performs "In the Good Old Summertime". Natalie Nevins sings "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes". "Avalon" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Dick Dale with the Lennon Sisters, the Blenders, Barbara & Bobby perform "Mighty Mississippi". Kathy Lennon & Steve Smith sing a Medley of "Daisy Bell/By the Old Mill Stream". Bob Havens on trombone, Maylan Clark on clarinet & Dick Cathcart on trumpet perform "Dixieland Music". Bob Lido sings "Gotta Live, Gotta Love, Gotta Swing". All join in for "June, July & August".moreless
  • Broadway Musicals
    Broadway Musicals
    Episode 39
    7/11/08
    0.0
    A salute to Broadway features songs from "My Fair Lady" and "The Sound of Music." Also: "Put on a Happy Face," with Sandi Griffiths and Sally Flynn; "People Will Say," with Guy Hovis and Ralna English; "Dancing in the Dark," with Bobby Burgess and Cissy King; and "Birth of the Blues," with Tanya Falan.moreless
  • June 11, 1966
    June 11, 1966
    Episode 39
    6/11/66
    0.0
    June Night Highlights: The Blenders and the Orchestra perform "June Night". Jimmy Roberts sings "I Wish I Didn't Love You So". "Sway (with Me)" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Lennon Sisters sings "Graduation Day". The Orchestra featuring trumpetist Dick Cathcart, guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "Wabash Cannonball". Norma Zimmer sings "Hello, Young Lovers". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano performs "Chopsticks". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano performs "Here Is My Heart". The Orchestra performs "When You're Smiling". The Blenders (Steve Smith, Greg Dixon, Bob Duncan, John Johnson) with Buddy Merrill on guitar perform "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "Back in Your Own Backyard". Natalie Nevins sings "Puff, the Magic Dragon". "The Tennessee Waltz" is performed by the Orchestra, danced by Lawrence & Barbara, then Barbara & Bobby Larry Hooper sings "Sing Hallelujah". Bob Ralston at the organ with the saxophone section performs "My Prayer". "Liza" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "Moonlight and Roses". Dick Dale & the Lennon Sisters sing "Rock Candy Mountain". Myron Floren on accordion performs "The Secret Samba". Aladdin performs "Beautiful Girls". Buddy Merrill & Neil Levang on electric guitar perform "San Antonio Rose". "The Varsity Drag" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel, Barbara Boylan, Janet Lennon; also sung by Natalie, Jo Ann, Norma, Jimmy, the Lennon Sisters and the Blenders.moreless
  • May 28, 1966
    May 28, 1966
    Episode 38
    5/28/66
    0.0
    Memorial Day Highlights: Dick Dale with Barbara, Dianne, Kathy, Peggy, Janet, Bobby, Larry, Jimmy, Greg, Steve join in for "Saturday Night". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "Someone to Watch Over Me". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet with "Whispering Hope". The Lennon Sisters sing "Love Letters in the Sand". "Wabash Cannonball" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Natalie Nevins sings "Do, Re, Mi". "The Piano Polka" is performed by pianists, Bob Ralston, Larry Hooper & Frank Scott. Joe Feeney with Frank Scott on the harpsichord perform "My Mother Taught Me How to Sing". Jo Ann Castle (also on piano), Jack Imel & Aladdin perform "It Goes Like This". Dick Cathcart on trumpet performs "The Tennessee Waltz". Norma Zimmer with pianist Frank Scott perform "The Touch of Your Hand". "Stompin' at the Savoy" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Larry Hooper with fiddle & banjo players performs "Two Gray Mules". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano performs "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight". Kathy Lennon sings "The Wayward Wind". Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Bob Havens on trombone, Mailan Clark on clarinet with Larry Hooper at the piano, Neil Levang on banjo performs "Steamboat Stomp". Aladdin performs a recitation of "The Ballad of the Green Beret". The Blenders sing a medley of songs from the U.S. Armed Forces.moreless
  • April 23, 1966
    April 23, 1966
    Episode 33
    4/23/66
    0.0
    Dancers Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess are celebrating their fifth year with Lawrence Welk and dance to "Calcutta", "I Love Being Here With You" and "Jolly Polka". Highlights: Norma Zimmer sings "One Alone". Bob Ralston performs "It Had to Be You". Jimmy Roberts sings "I". Joe Feeney performs "On the Banks of the Wabash". All join in for "Southtown, U.S.A.".moreless
  • April 16, 1966
    April 16, 1966
    Episode 32
    4/16/66
    0.0
    Great Movie Melodies Highlights: Barbara, Bobby, Janet, Jimmy, Kathy, Dick, Jo Ann, Larry with Arthur Duncan dancing join in for "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah". Norma Zimmer sings "The Sweetheart Tree". The Orchestra performs "It Might As Well Be Spring". Larry Hooper with Janet, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "Swinging on a Star". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano performs "High Hopes". Jimmy Roberts sings "Three Coins in the Fountain". "The Continental" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Blenders perform "Buttons and Bows". Frank Scott at the piano with orchestra and Lawrence and Barbara dance to "Moon River". Bob Lido (also on fiddle) with pianist Frank Scott perform "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening". Janet, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "Chem Chem Cher-ee". Joe Feeney with guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "Sweet Leilani". The Orchestra performs "Lullaby of Broadway". Natalie Nevins sings "Que Sera Sera". Kathy Lennon sings "The Shadow of Your Smile". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "All the Way". Larry Hooper with Bobby, Jack and Arthur dancing and Peggy, Janet, Kathie, Natalie, Dick, Aladdin, Jo Ann, Barbara perform "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe". Myron Floren on accordion performs "Never on Sunday". Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Mahlon Clark on clarinet, Bob Havens on trombone & the rhythm section perform "I Will Wait for You". Joe, the Blenders, Jimmy, Bobby, Peggy, Kathy, Janet, Barbara, Norma, Jo Ann, Natalie with pianist Frank Scott perform "Thanks for the Memories".moreless
  • April 9, 1966
    April 9, 1966
    Episode 31
    4/9/66
    0.0
    Easter Show Highlights: The Lennon Sisters sing "Here Comes Peter Cottontail".
  • March 19, 1966
    March 19, 1966
    Episode 28
    3/19/66
    0.0
    Springtime in the Rockies. Highlights: All join in for "When the Red, Red Robin Goes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Around". Myron Floren on accordion performs "Spanish Eyes". Norma Zimmer sings "What Good is Spring" and "Johnny's Knockin'". Jo Ann Castle on piano performs "Swanee". Dianne, Kathy, and Janet Lennon sing "Tiptoe Through the Tulips". Bobby and Barbara dance to "Zorba the Greek". Jimmy Roberts sings "Apple Blossom Time". Bob Ralston on piano performs "Chopin's Waltz in C Minor". Dick Dale performs "Bonaparte's Retreat". Arthur Duncan dances to "Dancing on the Ceiling". Janet Lennon sings "A Little Bird". The Orchestra performs a medley of French tunes. Natalie Nevins sings "Danny Boy". Natalie Nevins playing the flute performs "Emerald Hop". Larry Hooper and Frank Scott on piano perform "Stumbling". Kathy Lennon sings "More Than You Know". All join in for the "Springtime Polka".moreless
  • March 5, 1966
    March 5, 1966
    Episode 26
    3/5/66
    0.0
    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
  • Los Angeles
    Los Angeles
    Episode 25
    3/7/08
    0.0
    Los Angeles is celebrated. Included: "California, Here I Come"; "High Society," with Bobby Burgess and Cissy King; "Far Away Places," with Guy Hovis and Ralna English; "Leavin' on a Jet Plane," with Sandi Griffiths and Sally Flynn, at the L.A. Airport; "Whale of a Tale," with Dick Dale in Malibu; and "Tea for Two," with Jimmy Roberts and Norma Zimmer.moreless
  • February 26, 1966
    February 26, 1966
    Episode 25
    2/26/66
    0.0
    Songs of Vienna Highlights: Norma, Jimmy, Barbara, Bobby, Natalie, Bob Duncan, Kathy, Dick, Jo Ann, Aladdin, Janet, Bob Ralston join in for "Two Hearts Beat in Three Quarter Time". Joe Feeney performs "Serenade" (from "The Student Prince"). Myron Floren & Jo Ann Castle on accordion. Natalie Nevins sings "Lovely Vienna" Bob Ralston at the organ, Larry Hooper & Frank Scott at the piano perform "The Merry Widow Waltz". The Lennon Sisters sing "In the Alps". Norma Zimmer sings "Edelweiss" "Mack the Knife" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Aladdin, Norma Zimmer & entire cast join in for "The Lichtensteiner Polka". Joe Livoti on violin with string section performs "Ich Liebe Dich" (I Love You in German). The Blenders sing Villia, Villia". The Orchestra performs a Medley of songs from "The Sound of Music". "Tales of the Vienna Woods" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Jimmy Roberts with Myron Floren on accordion performs "Golden Days". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano performs "The Blue Danube" (Boogie Style). Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "Wunderbar". Dick Dale with Lawrence Welk on accordion and Kathy & Janet perform. Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?: Russ Klein on saxophone, Frank Scott at the piano, Mahlon Clark on clarinet, Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Bob Havens on trombone, Bob Davis on saxophone. All join in for "Auf Wiedersehn Sweetheart/Two Hearts Beat".moreless
  • Big Band Memories
    Big Band Memories
    Episode 24
    2/29/08
    0.0
    Big Band songs are performed. Included: "Concerto in B Flat Minor," with Bob Ralston and Bob Smale; "Green Eyes," with Guy Hovis and Ralna English; "Opus One," with Bobby Burgess and Elaine Balden; "Panama"; and "Perfida," with Anacani.
  • February 19, 1966
    February 19, 1966
    Episode 24
    2/19/66
    0.0
    The Music Makers salute Brotherhood Week with "Brotherhood of Man". Highlights: "The Brotherhood of Man" is performed by Jo Ann, Natalie, Charlotte, Kathy, Janet, Barbara, Charlie, Joe, Bobby, Larry, Jimmy, Dick D., Dick C. Norma Zimmer sings "I Could Have Danced All Night". "Tijuana Taxi" is sung by Jo Ann, Norma, Kathy, Dianne, danced by Bobby & Barbara, played by pianist Frank Scott and trumpetists Charlie Parlatto and Dick Cathcart Natalie Nevins sings "Mr. Wonderful". Jo Ann Castle, Myron Floren and unknown guest on accordion perform "The Clarinet Polka". Aladdin performs "Come to the Mardi Gras". "High Society" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan. Dick Dale with Larry Hooper, Charlie Parlatto and Dick Cathcart perform "Shrimp Boats". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano and Neil Levang on banjo perform. Bob Lido with Neil Levang and Buddy Merrill sing "Jambalaya". Norma Zimmer sings "I Could Have Danced All Night". The Lennon Sisters sing "I Dreamed". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "While We Danced at the Mardi Gras". The Lennon Sisters, Jo Ann, Larry, Bobby, Barbara, Norma, Jimmy, Joe, Natalie, Charlie, Dick Dale, Neal Levang, Bob Lido, Buddy Merrill and musicians join in for "The South Rampart Street Parade".moreless
  • February 12, 1966
    February 12, 1966
    Episode 23
    2/12/66
    0.0
    Valentine's Day Show
  • All Time Favorites
    All Time Favorites
    Episode 18
    1/11/08
    0.0
    Fan-favorite songs, including "Music, Music, Music," "Champagne Waltz," "Tico, Tico" and "You'll Never Walk Alone."
  • January 1, 1966
    January 1, 1966
    Episode 17
    1/1/66
    0.0
    New Year's Show
  • December 18, 1965
    December 18, 1965
    Episode 16
    12/18/65
    0.0
    Christmas Show 1965 Highlights: The Lennon Sisters, the Blenders, Larry, Dick, Jimmy, Norma, Lawrence, Myron join in for "Jingle Bells". The Musical family children featuring Cheryl Merrill join in with "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". "Dainty Miss" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. "Up on the Housetop" is sung by Larry Hooper with daughters Laurie, Melinda & Lisa. The Blenders sing "Silent Night". "White Christmas" is performed by Bob Ralston and pupil Steve Warner at the pianos. Joe Feeney and children Joey, Kathleen, George & Eddie perform "Christmas in Killarney". Eddie Chris Feeney (Joe's youngest son) sings "Nuttin' for Christmas". Norma Zimmer sings "Away in a Manger". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano performs "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer". Aladdin does a Recitation of "The Gift of God's Love". The Lennon Sisters sing "O Holy Night". Jack Imel and his children Craig, Debbie, Tim, Cindy & Terry join in with "The March of the Wooden Soldiers". Natalie Nevins sings "Ave Maria". Myron Floren on the accordion plays "Sleigh Ride". The Blenders, the Lennon Sisters, Norma, Jimmy, Joe, Curt, Natalie, Bobby, Barbara, Larry, Jo Ann, Myron join in with a medley of Christmas carols (O Come All Ye Faithful, Deck the Halls, Good King Wenceslas, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, The First Noel). Dick Dale and his children Ricky, Danny, Davy and Didi perform "Over the River and Through the Woods". "Ring Those Christmas Bells" is danced by Arthur Duncan Jimmy Roberts sings "Joy to the World". The Lennon Sisters and 14 Lennon children perform "The Little Drummer Boy". Kathy Harris (Charlotte's daughter) performs "Animal Crackers". Santa Claus (Aladdin) brings out the gifts to the children.moreless
  • December 4, 1965
    December 4, 1965
    Episode 14
    12/4/65
    0.0
    Currier & Ives Show
  • November 27, 1965
    November 27, 1965
    Episode 13
    11/27/65
    0.0
    Musical Family Favorites. Highlights: Barbara, Bobby, Dianne, Larry, Kathy, Bob Lido, Janet, the Blenders, Jo Ann, Dick, Natalie join in for "On a Wonderful Day Like Today". Norma Zimmer sings "I'll Be Seeing You". Myron Floren on the accordion performs "Barcarolle". Larry Hooper sings "Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed". The Sleeping Beauty Waltz is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan The Lennon Sisters sing "The Lonely Goatherd". The Orchestra performs "Isn't It Romantic?" The Blenders sing "Marching Home for Christmas". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "Over the Rainbow". Natalie Nevins & Aladdin duet on "Kansas City". Moment of Truth: danced by Arthur Duncan Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland". The Orchestra performs a Medley of songs from "Snow White". Joe Feeney performs "Peg O' My Heart". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano performs "The Old Piano Roll Blues". Kathy and Janet Lennon sing "Dearie (Do You Recall?)". Steve Smith performs "Chances Are". Bob Havens on trombone, Mahlon Clark on clarinet, Dick Cathcart on trumpet and the rhythm section with Frank Scott at the piano performs "Jazz It Blues".moreless
  • November 13, 1965
    Episode 11
    11/13/65
    0.0
    Lawrence Welk has Norma Zimmer co-host in a show centered around her. Highlights: Bobby, Barbara, Natalie, Bob Duncan, Kathy, Steve, Janet, Greg, Dianne, Dick, Jo Ann, Jimmy, Larry and the Dixieland musicians featuring Bob Havens on trombone and Frank Scott at the piano perform "Smiles". Norma Zimmer sings "Whistle While You Work". "The Jolly Caballero" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan with Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on the accordion The Lennon Sisters sing "Tammy". Norma Zimmer with husband Randy, sons Mark and Ron and the orchestra perform "Memories" (with picture montage of Norma's family). Natalie Nevins with the Blenders sing "Lida Rose". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano with accompaniment by Buddy Merrill perform "Song of the Islands". Norma Zimmer, Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess perform "Would You Like to Learn the Polka?" "Tea for Two" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Bob Ralston at the piano performs "Don't Take Your Love from Me". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Latin Prayer". Jack Imel with Bobby, Barbara, Arthur, Jo Ann, Dick, Janet perform "Pick Yourself Up". Lawrence Welk and Norma Zimmer dance to "Vienna Echoes". Janet Lennon with the Blenders sing "I'm Gonna Build a Fence Around You". Mahlon Clark on the clarinet with the orchestra performs "The St. Louis Blues". Larry Hooper sings "Cotton Fields". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts sings "Will You Remember? (Sweetheart)". Bob Lido & Aladdin duet on "Beans from Boston My Hometown (Beans, Beans)". "Getting to Know You" is performed by the Orchestra conducted by Norma Zimmermoreless
  • November 6, 1965
    November 6, 1965
    Episode 10
    11/6/65
    0.0
    Patriot Show
  • October 30, 1965
    October 30, 1965
    Episode 9
    10/30/65
    0.0
    Halloween Party Lawrence's guest is Jim Porter. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters, the Blenders, Bobby, Barbara, Myron, Jo Ann, Norma, Larry, Natalie, Dick, Arthur, Jack, Joe, Bob Lido, Bob Ralston, Jimmy join in for "Be Yourself". Larry Hooper sings "This Old House". "Hall of the Mountain King" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Peggy, Kathy, and Janet Lennon with younger sisters Annie and Mimi perform "Dry Bones". Jo Ann castle on honky tonk piano with Neil Levang on banjo perform "Shanty in Old Shanty Town". Norma Zimmer sings "Three O'Clock in the Morning". The Orchestra performs 'That Old Black Magic". Janet Lennon & Aladdin duet on "I Whistle a Happy Tune". Bob Ralston at the piano performs "Satan Takes a Holiday" and "Mister Ghost Goes to Town". Dick Dale with the Lennon Sisters sing "Ghost Riders in the Sky". The Blenders (Greg Dixon, Bob Duncan, Steve Smith & Johnny Johnson) perform "Oliana". "Old Devil Moon" is danced by Arthur Duncan Guest Jim Porter on trumpet with orchestra performs "It's All in the Game". Natalie Nevins sings "Wouldn't it Be Lovely?" Jo Ann Castle and Jack Imel with Kathy and Janet Lennon perform "Trick or Treat on Halloween". Joe Feeney performs "Rose of Killarney". Bob Lido and Dixieland band perform "Jeepers Creepers". Mahlon Clark on clarinet & Russ Klein on saxophone with orchestra perform "Begin the Beguine". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet with "Goodnight Sweetheart".moreless
  • October 23, 1965
    October 23, 1965
    Episode 8
    10/23/65
    0.0
    Songs of the Sun and Moon Highlights: Kathy, Janet and Peggy Lennon, Jo Ann, Barbara, Bobby, Larry, Dick, The Blenders & Jimmy perform "Keep Your Sunny Side Up". Norma Zimmer with Natalie as sales clerk perform " My Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown". "Polish Mazurka" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan with Myron on accordion and Neil Levang on balalaika Kathy, Janet and Peggy Lennon sing "Moon River". The Orchestra performs "This Can't Be Love". The Blenders perform "Blue Velvet". Bob Ralston on the piano performs "You Were Meant For Me". "Destination Moon" is danced and sung by Jack Imel, Arthur Duncan & Bobby Burgess plus chorus. Norma & Jimmy duet on "Wishing Will Make It So". "Cherokee" is performed by (Ray Noble & Charlie Barnett): Barney Liddell on the trombone, Myron on accordion & Bob Ralston on piano Larry Hooper sings "Lucky Ole Sun". Joe Livotti on violin and Bob Ralston on the organ perform "Maria Elena". Joann Castle on the piano accompanied by the Blenders, Dick Dale, Jimmy and Charlie Parlatto perform "I Want a Gal". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott on the piano performs "Cara Mia". Natalie Nevins accompanied by The Blenders sing "By The Light of the Silvery Moon". Myron on accordion, Buddy Merrill on guitar, and Neil Levang on the mandolin perform "Zipadee Doo Dah". Aladdin & Wayne King perform "Melody of Love". Tony Lobianco on the piano performs "Heartaches by the Number". Kathy Lennon and Steve Smith duet on "Love Me Tender". Bob Lido and chorus sing "Linda Lee".moreless
  • Hooray for Hollywood
    10/19/07
    0.0
    A tribute to the movies. Songs include "Take Your Girlie to the Movies"; "The Entertainer" with Bobby Burgess and Cissy King; "True Love," with Guy Hovis and Ralna English; "As Time Goes By," with Tom Netherton; and "Toot, Toot, Tootsie." Gail Farrell hosts.
  • September 18, 1965
    Episode 3
    9/18/65
    10
    Escondido Show The first episode of The Lawrence Welk Show to be telecasted in color.
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