The Lawrence Welk Show - Season 12

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  • May 27, 1967
    May 27, 1967
    Episode 37
    5/27/67
    10
    A Salute to Indiana Highlights: Barbara, Bobby, Kathy, Diane, Steve, Jack, Arthur, and Natalie (Joe Feeney was referee) join in for "My Indiana Home". The Lennon Sisters sing "There's a Kinda Hush". "The Piano Polka" is performed by pianists Frank Scott, Larry Hopper, and Bob Ralston. Steve Smith with Norma Zimmer, Dick Catchart, Curt Ramsey, and Charlie Parlotta perform "I Don't Know Why". Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess dance to "Sway". Jo Ann Castle on piano plays "Shanty Town". Joe Feeney performs "Without a Song". Lawrence, Steve, and Bobby each dance with three beauty queens from Michigan join in for "Once in Love with Amy". Larry Hooper sings "That Lucky Old Sun". Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts duet with "Make Believe". "San Antonio Rose" is performed by guitarists Neil Levang and Buddy Merrill. Steve Smith and Kathy Smith sing "Somethin' Stupid". "There'll Never Be Another You" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Natalie Nevins sings "Anywhere I Wander". The Lennon Sisters sing "I'm Coming Back to You". The Orchestra performs "Lila". Bob Lido sings "Mame". Norma Zimmer with Barbara, Kathy, Diane, Natalie, Jimmy, Steve, Bobby, and Joe join in for "God Bless America".moreless
  • June 24, 1967
    June 24, 1967
    Episode 40
    6/24/67
    10
    Around the World Tour Highlights: "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World" is sung by Norma, Jimmy, Jo Ann, Dick, Natalie, Kathy, Diane, Steve, Barbara, Larry, Charlie, danced by Arthur, Bobby & Jack. "The Vienna Waltz" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Lennon Sisters sing "Edelweiss". The Orchestra performs "April in Portugal". Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion perform "Galway Bay". Steve Smith & Kathy Lennon duet with "A Little Dutch Mill". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano with Buddy Merrill on steel guitar and Neil Levang on ukelele perform "On the Beach at Waikiki". Aladdin performs "Roamin' in the Gloamin'". Joe, Norma, Jimmy, Charlie, Natalie, Diane, Dick, Kathy, Jo Ann, Steve, Barbara, Larry, Aladdin, Arthur, Bobby join in for "Auf Wiedersehn, Sweetheart / It's a Big Wide Wonderful World".moreless
  • Songs of the South
    Songs of the South
    Episode 21
    2/4/67
    9.3
    Anita Bryant guest stars in this musicial tribute to the South. Highlights: All join in for "Are You From Dixie". Norma Zimmer sings "Sleepy Time Down South". Bob Ralston performs "Rock-a-bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody". Anita Bryant sings "Mame". Joe Feeney performs "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny". The Orchestra performs "Carolina in the Morning". The Lennon Sisters sing "Stars Fell On Alabama". Charlie Parlota with Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel, and Arthur Duncan perform "Chattanooga Choo Choo". The Orchestra performs "Georgia on My Mind". "Dallas" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan. (Tv guide lists 'Big D'). Jimmy Roberts sings "My Old Kentucky Home". "Deep in the Heart of Texas" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Bob Lido sings "Come to the Cabaret". Jo Ann Castle on piano plays "Down Yonder". Dick Dale performs "Mighty Mississippi" Kathy Lennon and Steve Smith duet on "At the Mardi Gras". Larry Hooper sings "Mississippi Mud". The Dixieland band performs "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans". Anita Bryant sings a medley of "Swanee" and "Swanee River". All join in for a reprisial of "Are You From Dixie".moreless
  • New Year's Eve Show
    New Year's Eve Show
    Episode 16
    12/31/66
    9.0
    A New Year's Eve Show. Highlights: Barbara Boylan, Bobby Burgess, Dianne Lennon, Jack Imel, Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts, Jo Ann Castle, and Dick Dale join in for "We Wish You the Merriest". Lawrence Welk dances with Norma Zimmer to "The Champagne Waltz". Larry Hooper sings "The Poor Old Synchopated Clock". Joe Feeney performs "Try To Remember". "Tijuana Taxi" is danced by Barbara and Bobby. Norma Zimmer sings "All Through the Day". The Lennon Sisters sings "May You Always" Bob Ralston on piano performs "There'll Be Some Changes Made". The Blenders sings "Go Ahead Charlie". Bob Lido sings "Wincester Cathedral". "Backfield Ballet" is danced by Bobby, Art, and Jack in football uniforms. Natalie Nevins sings "Through the Years". Jo Ann Castle on piano performs "Happy Days Are Here Again". Dianne Lennon and Steve Smith duet on "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?" "You Better Believe It" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Dick Dale with the Lennon Sisters sing "Tiny Bubbles". Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts duet with "Moments To Remember". When the Saints Go Marching In" is danced by Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess. All join in for "Starting the New Year Off Right" and "Auld Lang Syne".moreless
  • The 12th season opener. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters sing "Ja Da". Guitarists Neil Levang and Buddy Merrill perform the theme from "The Green Hornet".
  • 1/7/67
    0.0
    My North Dakota Days Highlights: Bobby, Jack, Dick, Bob R., Barbara, Kathy, Jo Ann, Diane join in for "The Town and Country Polka". Norma Zimmer sings "Young at Heart". The Orchestra performs "The Firefly Serenade". The Lennon Sisters perform "Serenade of the Bells". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano plays "The Sheik of Araby". Joe Feeney performs "Your Eyes Have Told Me So". Bob Lido sings "Winchester Cathedral". Jimmy Roberts sings "The Bluebird of Happiness". "The Swedish Polka" is performed by Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Lawrence and Barbara, then Barbara and Bobby.moreless
  • Country & Western Show
    2/25/67
    0.0
    Country & Western Show Lawrence Welk's guest is Country singer Connie Smith.
  • September 2, 1967
    September 2, 1967
    Episode 45
    9/2/67
    0.0
    County Fair Lawrence's guest is Lynn Anderson. Highlights: All join in for "Cotton Candy and a Toy Ballons". "Galloping Comedians" is performed by Myron Floren on accordion. The Lennon Sisters sing "Somethin' Stupid". The Orchestra performs "Back in the Old Routine". Jimmy Roberts sings "Martha". "The Pennsylvania Polka" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King Lynn Anderson with guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". Bob Ralston at the piano plays "The Merry Go Round Broke Down". Larry Hooper sings "Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas". Joe Feeney performs "The Loveliest Night of the Year". "Tiger Rag" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Natalie Nevins sings "I've Told Every Little Star". Jack Imel & Jo Ann Castle perform "Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better)". Larry Hooper, Steve Smith, Charlie Parlatto, Curt Ramsey perform "My Evelyne". "Lasses Trombone" is played by the trombone section. Peggy Lennon sings "Sandwiches". Joe Livoti on violin & Neil Leavng on guitar perform "Wild Dog". Aladdin reads a recitation. Bob Lido sings "Just Lucky I Guess". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Bring Back the Old Gurdy Hurdy". Aladdin with entire orchestra & cast of performers join in for "There's Something About a Hometown Band".moreless
  • July 22, 1967
    July 22, 1967
    Episode 42
    7/22/67
    0.0
    Summer by the Shore Lawrence's guest is Jo Ann Greer. Highlights: Row, Row, Row" is performed by: Dick, Natalie, Bobby, Barbara, Steve, Kathy, Jack, Diane and the Orchestra. Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Frank Scott at the organ and the string section perform "Moonlight and Roses". Diane, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me". "The Way You Look Tonight" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Norma Zimmer sings "It's So Peaceful in the Country". "Tea for Two" is danced by Arthur Duncan. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" is sung by Jimmy Roberts. Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Lawrence and Barbara, then Barbara & Bobby, Charlie & Jo Ann perform "Shall We Dance?" "Strangers in the Night" is sung by guest Jo Ann Greer. Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Down Among the Sheltering Palms". Joe Feeney with Norma, Kathy, Diane, Natalie, Dick Cathcart, Steve, Jimmy, Dick perform "Born Free". "The King's Horses and the King's Men" is sung by Aladdin and danced by Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan, Jack Imel & Barbara Boylan. Natalie Nevins sings "Allegheny Moon". "Melody in F" is played by Charlotte Harris on cello. Aladdin & Bob Lido with Jo Ann Castle & Natalie Nevins perform "Back in Your Own Backyard". Steve Smith with Norma, Dick Cathcart, Charlie, Curt perform "More and More". Mahlon Clark on clarinet with saxophonists Bob Davis, Dick Dale, Russ Klein perform "Rose of Washington Square". A Medley of "Square Dance, Black Bottom, Big Band Swing" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Barbara, Bobby, Arthur, Kathy, Natalie, Jack, Norma, Jimmy, Dick, Joe, Larry, Steve, Diane, Jo Ann Greer join in for the closing song of "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer".moreless
  • April 29, 1967
    April 29, 1967
    Episode 33
    4/29/67
    0.0
    A salute to Daylight Savings Time. Lawrence's guest is Charley Pride. Highlights: Charley sings "Just Between You and Me" and "You're Too Much Easy to Forget". Norma Zimmer performs "I Didn't Know What Time It Was". Dick Dale does "Seems Like Old Times". Steve Smith performs "Time on My Hands". The Orchestra performs "Slow Poke". Larry Hooper and cast join in for "Tick Tock Clock". Bob Ralston on piano, Charlotte Harris on cello perform "Easy to Love". Natalie Nevins sings "Love's Old Sweet Song". Bobby, Arthur, Jack, Charlie, and Jo Ann perform "Now's the Time to Fall in Love". Steve Smith sings "Time on My Hands". "Stop Time" is danced by Arthur Duncan. The Lennon Sisters sing "Georgy Girl". Joe Feeney performs "The World is Mine Tonight". Jo Ann Castle on piano plays "Silly Jilly". Charley Pride sings "Lovesick Blues". Bob Ralston and string section perform "And We Were Lovers". "One O'Clock Jump" is danced by Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess. "Tick Tock Polka" is performed by Myron Floren with Jack Imel. Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts duet on "Now is the Hour". Twelve cast members pose as a clock, with Larry Hooper in the middle for "Five Minutes More".moreless
  • October 8, 1966
    October 8, 1966
    Episode 4
    10/8/66
    0.0
    Musical Tour of Italy Highlights: The Blenders, Janet, Norma, Jimmy, Charlotte, Bobby, Barbara, Peggy, Diane and Aladdin join in for "Funiculi, Funicula". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet with an Italian song. Aladdin with Bob Lido on fiddle, Charlie Parlatto on trumpet, Orie Amadeo on flute, Joe Rizzo and Tommy Patrini on bass; Lawrence dancing with Jo Ann perform "Ticketay, Ticketa". The Lennon Sisters sing "Santa Lucia". "Tarantella" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Joe Feeney with Lawrence Welk on accordion perform "There's No Tomorrow (O Sole Mio)". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano with Jack Imel on drums and Neil Levang on mandolin perform "Carnival of Venice". Kathy Lennon sings "Arrivederci Roma". Bob Lido (also on violin) with Neil Levang on mandolin, Joe Rizzo on base, Jack Imel on drums and Jo Ann, Steve, Bobby, Bob Duncan, Peggy, Johnny, Dianne, Dick, Janet, Greg, Arthur, Larry perform "Oh, Marie". Jimmy Roberts sings "Anemae Core". Joe Livoti on violin performs "Come Back to Sorrento (Torna E Sorriento)". The Blenders sing "Vieni Vieni". Norma Zimmer sings "You're Breaking My Heart". Bob Ralston at the piano plays "Isle of Capri". Steve Smith sings "Three Coins in the Fountain". "Ciribiribin" is danced by Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan & Jack Imel. Unidentified serenade: orchestra Kathy Lennon sings "Mama". Aladdin and entire cast join in for "That's Amore". Dick Dale (also on clarinet) with Neil Levang on mandolin perform "Vieni Su". Aladdin and entire cast join in for a reprise of "Funiculi, Funicula".moreless
  • Music! Music! Music!
    1/21/67
    0.0
    Music! Music! Music! Highlights: Barbara, Bobby, Dianne, Jack, Peggy, Bob Ralston, Norma, Dick and 3 musicians join in for "Music! Music! Music!". The Orchestra performs "Let's Fall in Love". The Lennon Sisters sing "Sugartown". Frank Scott at the piano and Bob Ralston at the organ perform "Chanson D'Amour" Bob Lido with Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan dancing perform "Winchester Cathedral". Norma Zimmer sings "I'm Old-Fashioned". "I Know that You Know" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Jimmy Roberts sings "I Wish I Didn't Love You So". Jack Imel with Arthur, Jo Ann, Barbara, Peggy & Bobby performs "Mr. Taptoe". Charlotte Harris on cello performs "My Heart Still Remembers". The Orchestra performs Lovable Doll". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano performs "Born Free". Myron Floren on accordion with Frank Scott at the piano & orchestra perform "With a Little Bit of Luck". "Lida Rose" isd performed by Natalie Nevins with Charlie, Larry, Steve & Curt. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" is sung by Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts with Bob Ralston at the organ. Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Loch Lomond". Steve Smith sings "In the Arms of Love". "Two Sleepy People" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Orchestra with Bob Havens on trombone, Dick Cathcart on trumpet & Neil Levang on guitar perform "There Will Never Be Another You". "Waiting for the Evening Train" is performed by Dick Dale and the Lennon Sisters. Joe, Natalie, Jimmy, Peggy, Steve, Norma, Curt, Barbara, Bob Ralston, Dianne, Larry, Jack, Bobby with Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill on banjos and Jo Ann Castle at the piano join in for "Keep a Song in Your Heart".moreless
  • November 12, 1966
    November 12, 1966
    Episode 9
    11/12/66
    0.0
    Can't Help Singing Highlights: Solo by Joe Livoti performing "Intermezzo". Myron Floren performs "Spanish Samba". Norma Zimmer sings "Can't Help Singing". Bob Lido sings "Winchester Cathedral". Natalie Nevins and Jimmy Roberts duet a medley of "Why Do I Love You?/Cuddle Up a Little Closer". Diane, Kathy and Janet Lennon and Barbara Boylan sing "Just a Little Street Where Old Friends Meet". "The Gypsy Song" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan, sung by the Blenders. Bob Lido sings "Just Lucky I Guess". Jo Ann Castle with Larry, Charlie, Bob, Jack, Bobby and Jimmy perform "Lulu's Back in Town". Jo Ann Castle performs a solo on the honky tonk piano.moreless
  • March 18, 1967
    Episode 27
    3/18/67
    0.0
    Friends and Family Highlights: Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano with Kathy, Steve, Barbara, Bobby, Natalie, Jack, Diane, Jimmy join in for "Ain't She Sweet". Bob Ralston at the organ plays "When the Organ Played at Twilight". The Orchestra and vocal by Bob Lido perform "Winchester Cathedral". The Lennon Sisters sing "When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano". Frank Scott at the piano with musicians Neil Levang, Buddy Clark & Johnny Klein perform "Love Is Just Around the Corner". Natalie Nevins sings "How Deep Is the Ocean?" "The Sheik of Araby" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Joe Feeney performs a hymn. Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano plays "Counting Flowers on the Wall". Fascination: danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan with violinist Joe Livoti The Orchestra performs "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". Norma Zimmer sings "Almost Like Being in Love". Myron Floren on accordion with Jack Imel as bellringer and Buddy Merrill on banjo perform "Get Me to the Church on Time". Jimmy Roberts sings "Because of You". Curt Ramsey, Norma Zimmer, Steve Smith, Dick Cathcart & Charlie Parlato perform "Dream". "Old Phonograph Records" is sung & danced by Jack Imel, Jo Ann Castle & Kathy Lennon. "Everyone Loves Someone" guest playing the concertina, as Bobby Burgess dances with guest Denise. Dick Dale performs "See the World Through the Eyes of a Child". Larry Hooper and the Lennon Sisters sing "Gonna Get Along Without You Now". Barbara, Kathy, Natalie, Diane, Norma, Joe, Bobby, Steve, Jimmy join in for "Holy, Holy, Holy".moreless
  • August 5, 1967
    August 5, 1967
    Episode 43
    8/5/67
    0.0
    Vacation Songs Highlights: Bobby, Arthur, Jack, Dick, Cissy, Dianne, Larry, Joe, Natalie, Jo Ann, Peggy, Steve, Jimmy & 3 musicians join in for "On the Boardwalk in Atlantic City". The Orchestra performs "Say it with Music". Norma Zimmer sings "Summertime". Dick Dale with Dianne, Kathy, Natalie, Larry, Jimmy, Joe and guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "My True Carrie Love" . "Ma! He's Making Eyes at Me" is Sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. Lynn Anderson sings "If I Kiss You, Will You Go Away?" Jimmy Roberts & Natalie Nevins sing a Medley of "Why Do I Love You?/Cuddle Up a Little Closer". Myron Floren on accordion performs "Dance of the Comedians". Diane, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "I'm Sittin' on Top of the World". "Runnin' Wild" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Bob Lido & Aladdin duet on "My Kind of Town". "The Champagne Waltz" is performed by Dianne, Kathy, Norma, Natalie, Steve, Joe, Jimmy, Dick; Lawrence dancing with Cissy. Larry Hooper with Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano perform "Minnie the Mermaid". The Orchestra performs "By the Light of the Silvery Moon". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Song of Songs". Dianne, Cissy, Kathy, Jack, Bobby with Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano perform "Thoroughly Modern Millie". Steve Smith sings "Moon River". When My Dreamboat Comes Home: Bob Ralston at the piano Lynn Anderson with Dianne, Kathy & Natalie on vocals; Neil Levang on guitar perform "Ride, Ride, Ride". Jo Ann, Natalie, Dianne, Kathy, Norma, Cissy, Dick, Larry, Steve, Jimmy, Bobby, Joe, Jack and pianist Frank Scott join in for "Cruising Down the River".moreless
  • A Salute to Walt Disney
    1/28/67
    0.0
    A Salute to Walt Disney Highlights: Norma Zimmer sings "When You Wish Upon a Star". "Waltz of the Flowers" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan. The Lennon Sisters sing "The Siamese Cat Song". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano plays "Whistle While You Work". Joe Feeney performs "One Song". Natalie Nevins sings "Lavender Blue". Jo Ann Castle, Jack Imel and Bob Lido perform "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee". Kathy Lennon sings "Someday My Prince Will Come" and "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes". Steve Smith sings "The Mickey Mouse Mambo" danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan, sung by Diane, Peggy, Jack, Bob Lido. Myron Floren on accordion performs "Give a Little Whistle". Mary Poppins medley: "Chem Chem Cheree" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel and Arthur Duncan. Natalie Nevins sings "Feed the Birds". "Jolly Holiday" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan, sung by Dick, Steve, Bob Ralston, Charlie. The Lennon Sisters sing "Just a Spoonful of Sugar". Norma Zimmer sings "Stay Awake". Bobby, Arthur, Steve, Dick, Bob Lido, Jo Ann, Norma, Natalie, Barbara, Diane, Kathy performs "Step in Time". Bobby, Arthur, Jack, Steve, Dick, Bob Ralston, Charlie, Jo Ann, Norma, Natalie, Barbara, Diane, Kathy, Janet, Peggy sing "Super-cali-fragil-isti-cexpialidocious". Peggy, Larry, Kathy, Charlie, Janet, Jack, Bob close with "Heigh Ho".moreless
  • Christmas Time
    Episode 15
    12/24/66
    0.0
    Lawrence Welk Christmas Family Show.
  • Salute to Vaudeville
    11/26/66
    0.0
    Salute to Vaudeville Highlights: Jack Imel & Jo Ann Castle perform "The Days of Old Vaudeville". Peggy Lennon sings "Second Hand Rose". Bob Lido & Aladdin duet with "Song and Dance Man". "What Now My Love?" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Lennon Sisters sing "Sugartime" The Orchestra performs "Pavana". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Giannina Mia". Larry Hooper sings "Mississippi Mud". Bob Ralston and Frank Scott at the piano, with Bob Havens on trombone, 2 trumpetists and 1 clarinetist perform "Copy Cat". Bob Lido sings "Walkin' on New Grass". Jimmy Roberts sings "More". "The Viennese Waltz" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan. Dick Dale (also on clarinet) performs "It's Been a Long, Long Time". Frank Scott at the piano performs "Idaho". The Blenders sing "Grandpa's Clock". "Three O'Clock in the Morning" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Natalie Nevins sings "A Bird in a Gilded Cage". Myron Floren & Jo Ann Castle on the accordion perform the "The Village Tavern Polka". Guitarist Buddy Merrill with orchestra performs "Meet Mr. Calahan". Norma Zimmer sings "Stars in My Eyes". All join in for "The Days of Old Vaudeville".moreless
  • The Music Makers Salute St. Patricks Day
    The Music Makers Salute St. Patricks Day Highlights: Norma Zimmer performs "Danny Boy". Jo Ann Castle does "Sweet Rosie O'Grady". Natalie Nevins sings "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess duet on "Begorrah". Steve Smith does "Peg O' My Heart". The Lennon Sisters sing "Come Back to Erin".moreless
  • March 25, 1967
    March 25, 1967
    Episode 28
    3/25/67
    0.0
    Easter Show. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Easter Parade".
  • October 15, 1966
    October 15, 1966
    Episode 5
    10/15/66
    0.0
    That Certain Party Highlights: Dick, Jimmy, Jack, Bobby, Barbara, Janet, Kathy, Dianne join in for "That Certain Party". Norma Zimmer sings "I'll Take Romance". The Lennon Sisters with Dick Cathcart on trumpet sing "Chanson d'Amour". Frank Scott at the piano and Bob Ralston on small piano with orchestra perform "Family Affair". Jimmy Roberts sings "I Wish You Love". "Side By Side" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Blenders sing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot". The Orchestra performs "Scheherezade". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott on the harpsichord perform "Sunrise, Sunset". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano with Levang on on Banjo and Johnny Klein on drums perform "Swanee". Kathy Lennon and Steve Smith duet with "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?" The Orchestra do a Medley of songs from "My Fair Lady". Jo Ann Castle, Bobby Burgess and Jack Imel with the Lennon Sisters and the Blenders perform "Coney Island Washboard Roundelay". Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordion perform "The Happy Yodel Polka". Dick Dale with Kenny Trimble on trombone perform "Linger Awhile". "Study in Syncopation" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Larry Hooper sings "Somebody Stole My Gal". Charlotte Harris on cello and Bob Ralston at the organ perform "Silver Moon". Bob Havens on trombone, Mahlon Clark on clarinet and Russ Klein on saxophone with a vocal by Bob Lido perform "Bourbon Street Parade".moreless
  • October 29, 1966
    October 29, 1966
    Episode 7
    10/29/66
    0.0
    Halloween Show
  • June 3, 1967
    June 3, 1967
    Episode 38
    6/3/67
    0.0
    The Music Makers welcome June with songs of love. Highlights: Frank Scott performs "Love Is Just Around the Corner". The Lennon Sisters sing "A Lover's Concerto". Norma Zimmer sings "Hello, Young Lovers". Natalie Nevins sings "Wonderful Guy". Steve Smith sings "In the Arms of Love". The Orchestra performs "What Now, My Love?"moreless
  • Salute to Spring
    Salute to Spring
    Episode 29
    4/1/67
    0.0
    Highlights: Kathy, Diane, Natalie, Barbara, Bobby, Dick, Steve, Jack perform "Everything's Coming Up Roses". Norma Zimmer sings "Something Wonderful". The Lennon Sisters sing "My Cup Runneth Over with Love". Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan do a duet. Joe Feeney, piano: Frank Scott perform "Sunrise, Sunset". Joe Livoti on violin and Neil Levang on guitar perform "Wild Dog". Larry Hooper with the Lennon Sisters sing "Things". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano performs "I Will Wait for You". Steve Smith, Larry Hooper, Charlie Parlatto, Dick Cathcart performs "A Girl Like Sue". Bob Lido with Horse (Jack and Bobby in costume, vocal by Larry Hooper) perform "Horses Don't Bet on People". Joe Feeney performs "My Old Kentucky Home". The Orchestra performs a medley of songs from "Oklahoma!". Steve Smith, Norma Zimmer, Charlie Parlatto, Curt Ramsey, Dick Dale performs "Let's Go Dance Again". Natalie Nevins sings "Tammy". Arthur Duncan performs "Duke's Place". Dick Dale (on ukelele) with the Lennon Sisters and Buddy Merril on steel guitar performs "Pearly Shells". The Chorus joins in with "Now Is the Hour".moreless
  • May 20, 1967
    May 20, 1967
    Episode 36
    5/20/67
    0.0
    Armed Forces Day/Memorial Day Highlights: Arthur, Jack, Kathy, Diane, Jimmy, Natalie, Barbara, Bobby, Steve join in for "What's More American than..." The Orchestra featuring Myron Floren on the accordion perform "Maria". Norma Zimmer sings "A Nightingale Sang in Barkley Square". Astaire & Rogers Medley: I Won't Dance/ The Continental/ The Carioca/ Cheek to Cheek" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The 4 Lennon Sisters sing "Let the Rest of the World Go By". Bob Ralston at the piano plays "It Had to Be You". Larry Hooper with Charlie Parlato perform "Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning". The Orchestra performs "S'Wonderful". Steve Smith sings "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen". "Give My Regards to Broadway" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Pack Up Your Troubles (in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile)". Jimmy Roberts with Mahlon Clark on saxophone perform "Charmaine". The Orchestra performs "A String of Pearls". Joe Feeney with Jack Imel on the harmonica perform "The White Cliffs of Dover". Myron Floren on the accordion with guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "The American Patrol". Bob Lido & Aladdin assisted by Joe and Arthur perform "(How Ya Gonna Keep'em) Down on the Farm". "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Jack Imel with small group of musicians and chorus: Arthur, Joe, Bob Lido, Aladdin, Jo Ann Barbara, Steve, Norma, Larry, Kathy, Natalie, Diane. Natalie Nevins sings "Mister Wonderful". The Orchestra perform a medley of "The Army Air Force Song/ As the Caissons Go Rolling Along/ Song of the Coastguard/ From the Halls of Montezuma/ Anchors Aweigh". And a reprisal of "What's More American than..." by Arthur, Jack, Kathy, Diane, Jimmy, Natalie, Barbara, Bobby, Steve.moreless
  • A Salute to the Big Band Era
    2/18/67
    0.0
    A salute to the Big Band era. < Highlights: "In the Mood" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan and also by Dick & Jo Ann, Diane & Bob, Kathy & Jack. Kenny Trimble on trombone plays "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You". Norman Bailey on trumpet plays "Sugar Blues". Bob Ralston (as Kay Kyser) and the Lennon Sisters perform "Who Wouldn't Love You?" A Waltz (Guy Lombardo) and the Orchestra with Bob Ralston & Frank Scott on twin Pianos. Myron Floren on the accordion plays "Twilight Time". The Orchestra with Muzzy Marcellino (whistler) performs "Heartaches". Jimmy Roberts sings "You're Nobody". Peggy Lennon sings "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny". Bob Ralston plays "Cumana". Joe Feeney performs "String of Pearls". The Orchestra & Muzzy Marcellino (whistler); Buddy Clark, bass; Johnny Klein, drums perform "Big Noise from Winnetka". "The Waltz You Saved for Me" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. "Take the "A" Train" is performed by the Orchestra featuring the Woodwind section. Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "My Wonderful One". Charlie Pallato sings and plays trumpet performs "Got a Date With an Angel". Charlie Pallato on trumpet performs "When Day is Done". "Doing the New Low Down" is danced by Arthur Duncan. JoAnn Castle on piano, Neal Levang on guitar perform "Boogie Woogie". Mickey McMann on trumpet performs "You Made Me Love You". The Orchestra, with Peggy Lennon singing joined by Larry Hooper, Dick Cathcart, Steve Smith & Curt Ramsey and Lawrence on the accordion join in for "Pound Your Table Polka". The Chorus closes with "Sleep, Sleep, Sleep".moreless
  • November 19, 1966
    November 19, 1966
    Episode 10
    11/19/66
    0.0
    Thanksgiving Show
  • May 6, 1967
    May 6, 1967
    Episode 34
    5/6/67
    0.0
    A tribute to the Kentucky Derby. Highlights: Bobby, Barbara, Jimmy, Natalie, Jack, Diane, Steve, Kathy perform "On a Wonderful Day Like Today". Kathy, Diane, Norma, Joe, Larry, Dick sing "Sorry Dear I Made You Cry". The Lennon Sisters sing "Spring, Spring, Spring". Norma Zimmer performs "Spring Is Here". Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordion perform a polka. Joe Feeney does "Oh What a Beautiful Morning". Natalie Nevins sing "Paris in the Spring". Dick Dale performs "The Green, Green Grass of Home" with Neil Levang on guitar. Dick Cathcart, Dick Dale, Larry, Charlie perform "True Love's a Blessing". Natalie, Norma, Kathy, Diane, Barbara, Bobby, Jimmy, Steve, Dick D., Larry join in for "Wait Til the Sun Shines, Nellie".moreless
  • May 13, 1967
    May 13, 1967
    Episode 35
    5/13/67
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    Mother's Day Show Highlights: Natalie, Barbara, Kathy, Janet, Dick, Bobby, Steve, Jack perform "Ma! He's Makin' Eyes at Me". The Orchestra performs "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody". Norma Zimmer sings "Only a Rose". Bob Ralston at the piano plays "My Wonderful One". "It's a Horseless Carriage" is Sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The 4 Lennon Sisters sing "I Remember Mama". Dick Dale & Kathy Lennon duet on "Try a Little Tenderness". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Hello, Dolly!". Steve Smith sings "The Girl That I Marry". The Orchestra featuring the string section with Lawrence and Norma dancing perform "Love's Dream After the Ball". Natalie Nevins sings "There's No Place Like Home (Home, Sweet Home)". "Linger Awhile" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Myron Floren on accordion with Bobby & Barbara dancing performs "The Happy Norwegian Polka". Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ performs "That Wonderful Mother of Mine". Jack Imel & Jo Ann Castle perform "When Pa Was Courtin' Ma". Bob Lido and the Hotsy Totsy Boys sing "L-o-v-e". Aladdin does a recitation. Frank Scott at the piano, Neil Levang on guitar and 2 other musicians perform an intrumental number. Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts sing "Memories".moreless
  • December 17, 1966
    December 17, 1966
    Episode 14
    12/17/66
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    Lawrence Welk's guest is Country & Western singer Connie Smith. Highlights: Connie Smith sings "Hey Good Lookin'" and "Ain't Had No Lovin'". Joe Feeney performs "Santo Natale". Norma Zimmer sings "Toyland". Jimmy Roberts sings "Blue Christmas". Natalie Nevins performs "The Bells of St. Mary's". Larry Hooper sings "Here Comes Santa Claus".moreless
  • April 22, 1967
    April 22, 1967
    Episode 32
    4/22/67
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    Highlights: The Band plays "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" and "Music to Watch Girls By". Norma Zimmer performs "As Time Goes By". Myron Floren performs "A Spoonful of Sugar". The Lennon Sisters sing "Greensleeves". Art Duncan performs "Liza". Natalie Nevins sings "Thine Alone".
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