The Lawrence Welk Show - Season 13

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  • August 31, 1968
    August 31, 1968
    Episode 51
    8/31/68
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    County Fair Highlights: Bobby, Cissy, Joe, Andra, Larry, Sandi, Salli, Dick, Jimmy, Bob Ralston, Bob Lido, Norma, Jo Ann, Kenny, Natalie, Charlotte, Charlie, Curt join in for "When the Carnival Comes to Town". Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet with "The Loveliest Night of the Year". Myron Floren on accordion plays "Tico Tico". "Look at the Funny Dancing Clowns" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. The Orchestra with Russ Klein on clarinet & Bob Ralston at the organ perform "Baby Elephant Walk". "Wabash Cannonball" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Salli, Norma, Sandi, Andra, Bobby, Bob Ralston, Jimmy, Larry & orchestra perform "So Long, Goodbye". Joe Feeney performs "How to Handle a Woman". Sandi Griffiths & Salli Flynn duet with "Make 'em Laugh". Andra Willis sings "Our Love Is Like a Merry-Go-Round". Bob Lido sings "Lucky in Love". Larry Hooper sings "The Auctioneer Song". Jo Ann Castle plays a song on the honky tonk piano. Jimmy Roberts sings "Turn the World Around the Other Way". Frank Scott at the organ & Bob Ralston at the piano perform "Indian Lake". Dick Dale with Charlie, Curt & Larry perform "Gotta Travel On". Tanya Falan sings "(Have I Stayed) Too Long at the Fair?" A medley of Songs from "The Music Man" include the Orchestra performing "Seventy-Six Trombones"; Natalie Nevins singing "Goodnight My Someone"; Bobby & Cissy dancing to "Gary, Indiana"; and Jack Imel & entire cast joining in for "Trouble". The entire cast with Bob Havens on trombone perform "Cotton Candy & Toy Balloon".moreless
  • August 17, 1968
    August 17, 1968
    Episode 49
    8/17/68
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    Sounds of Summer Highlights: Sandi, Steve, Salli, Bobby, Cissy, Andra, Dick, Jack perform "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer". Norma Zimmer sings "The Sound of Music". Frank Scott at the piano with musicians Bob Havens, Bob Ralston, perform "Copy Cat". Tanya Falan with Bob Ralston at the piano perform "You Make Me Feel So Young". "Stranger on the Shore" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King; Russ Klein on clarinet. Larry Hooper sings "I Discovered a ..." The Orchestra performs "Goin' Out of My Head". Steve Smith sings "Summer Wind". Myron Floren on accordion with guitarists Neil Levang and Buddy Merrill and Frank Scott at the piano perform "Anytime You Call". Andra Willis sings "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows". Sandi Griffiths and Salli Flynn duet with "Walking in the Sunshine". "The Name of the Game Is Golf" is sung by Bobby Burgess, Dick Dale, Jack Imel and Arthur Duncan, danced by Bobby, Jack and Arthur.moreless
  • August 3, 1968
    August 3, 1968
    Episode 47
    8/3/68
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    Tribute to Chicago, Illinois. Highlights: Bobby, Cissy, Dick, Andra, Steve, Sandi, Jack, Salli with orchestra perform "Chicago". Norma Zimmer sings "Summertime". Myron Floren on accordion with Richard Maloof on tuba perform "The Beer Barrel Polka". Sandi Griffiths & Salli Flynn duet with "Windy". "Moonglow" the theme from "Picnic" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King with Norma Zimmer's voice heard on the recording. Lynn Anderson with Bob Ralston at the claviata perform "There Ain't Gonna Be No Another Time". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano with Buddy Merrill on guitar perform a song. Natalie Nevins with Bob Ralston at the organ perform "Beautiful Dreamer". "In the Good Old Summertime" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Charlotte Harris on cello with string section and piano as Lawrence dances with Cissy perform "The Waltz You Saved for Me". "My Kind of Town" is danced by Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel & Arthur Duncan. Bob Lido, Larry Hooper, Charlie Parlatto & Kenny Trimble perform "Peoria". Andra Willis sings "Waitin' for the Evening Train". Larry Hooper sings "Rock Island Line". Joe Feeney with Norma, Arthur, Lynn, Steve, Sandi, Jimmy, Salli, Dick, Natalie, Bobby, Cissy perform "What a Wonderful World". Tanya Falan sings "Cry Me a River". Bob Havens on trombone with orchestra perform. Steve Smith sings "On the South Side of Chicago". Myron Floren does a recitation of the Gettysburg Address. Andra, Lynn, Tanya, Sandi, Salli, Jo Ann, Natalie, Cissy, Norma, Dick, Jimmy, Bobby, Joe, Arthur, Larry join in for "America the Beautiful".moreless
  • June 22, 1968
    June 22, 1968
    Episode 41
    6/22/68
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    A Summer's Eve Show.
  • June 15, 1968
    June 15, 1968
    Episode 40
    6/15/68
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    Father's Day Highlights: Bobby & Cissy, Jimmy & Norma, Larry & Natalie and Dick & Andra join in for "Life's Companion (You'll Never Grow Old)". Sandi Griffiths & Salli Flynn sing "My Guy". The Orchestra performs "Love Is Blue". Jo Ann Castle on piano and Buddy Merrill on banjo perform "Swanee". Jimmy Roberts sings "A House With Love In It". "You're an Old Smoothie" is danced and sung by Cissy King & Bobby Burgess. Norma Zimmer sings "The Anniversary Waltz". "Dad's Waltz" is performed by Myron Floren on the accordion and danced by Cissy & Bobby. Joe Feeney, Bob Ralston at the piano performs "Sunrise, Sunset". "Idaho" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Larry Hooper sings "This Old House". Larry Hooper, Tanya Falan, Andra Willis, Sandi Griffiths & Salli Flynn sing "Hey, Daddy". Natalie Nevins sings "Oh, My Papa". The Orchestra perform "Say It With Music". Tanya Falan sings "My Man". Andra Willis & Dick Dale duet with "It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House". Steve Smith sings "A Certain Girl". The Orchestra and the entire chorus of nine girls and eight boys perform "I'm Just Wild About Harry".moreless
  • June 1, 1968
    June 1, 1968
    Episode 38
    6/1/68
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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
  • May 25, 1968
    May 25, 1968
    Episode 37
    5/25/68
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    Memorial Day and a tribute to the Indianapolis 500.
  • May 18, 1968
    May 18, 1968
    Episode 36
    5/18/68
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    Salute to the Armed Forces Highlights: All join in for "How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down the Farm". Norma Zimmer sings "If I Loved You". The Orchestra performs "The Skater's Waltz". Jimmy Roberts sings "Have You Ever Been Lonely". "The Quick Step" is danced by Bobby and Cissy. Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts duet with "You Were Meant for Me". Natalie Nevins sings "Red Sails in the Sunset". The Orchestra performs "Alley Cat". Tanya Falan sings "Kiss Me Goodbye". "We Like Mountain Music" is sung by Andra Willis as "Granny". Jo Ann Castle on piano plays the theme from "The Beverly Hillbillies". Dick Dale and Andra Willis duet with "I Like It, How About You". Larry Hooper sings "You're in the Army". The Orchestra performs "I Am the Guard". "Jack is Every Inch Sailor" is danced by Jack Imel, Bobby Burgess, and Arthur Duncan Joe Feeney performs "Everybody's Got a Home But Me". Sandi and Sally sing a George M. Cohan medley with "I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy/Give My Regards to Broadway/You're a Grand Old Flag". All join in for a medley of military-themed songs.moreless
  • May 11, 1968
    May 11, 1968
    Episode 35
    5/11/68
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    Mother's Day Show Highlights: "I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl Who Married Dear Old Dad" is sung by Dick, Jimmy, Bob R., Bobby, Jack, Larry, Charlie, Steve and Jo Ann castle at the honky tonk piano. Norma Zimmer sings "They Say It's Wonderful". The Orchestra performs "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody". Lynn Anderson and her mother Liz sing "Mother, Daughter". Myron Floren on accordion, Lawrence dancing with Norma and her mother perform "Mother's Wedding Waltz". Joe Feeney, piano: Frank Scott perform "That Wonderful Mother of Mine". Andra, Dick, Sally, Bob R., Jo Ann, Charlie, Bobby, Cissy perform to "It's Delightful to Be Married". Arthur Duncan dances to "Blue Skies". Charlotte Harris on cello, Joe Livoti on violin and Bob Ralston at the piano perform "Songs My Mother Taught Me". Steve Smith sings "Try a Little Tenderness". Tanya Falan and Steve Smith duet with "Ma! He's Making Eyes at Me". Dick Dale and Andra Willis duet with "Love and Marriage". Jimmy Roberts sings "My Mother's Eyes". The Orchestra performs "By Heck". Sandi Griffith and Sally Flynn duet with "I Want My Mama". Natalie Nevins sings "When I Grow Tool Old to Dream". Bob Lido with Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano perform "I Love the Piano".moreless
  • Easter Show
    Easter Show
    Episode 31
    4/13/68
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    "Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet" and join our cast for an "Easter Parade". Sandi & Salli meet "Peter Cottontail", Larry Hooper sings about "Abbott the Rabbit", and JoAnn Castle plays a memorable "A Tisket, A Tasket". The sacred spirit of the season is captured as Lynn Anderson sings "It Is No Secret" and Norma Zimmer and Jimmie Roberts sang "Abide in Me."moreless
  • March 9, 1968
    March 9, 1968
    Episode 26
    3/9/68
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    Country and Western Hoedown Highlights: A Square Dance is performed by Jimmy, Andra, Bobby, Cissy, Bob Ralston, Lynn, Dick, Norma and musicians Frank Scott at the piano, Charlotte Harris on cello, Myron Floren on accordion, string section perform "Am I That Easy to Forget?" Norma Zimmer sings "The Wayward Wind". Lynn Anderson with musicians & chorus perform "There Ain't Gonna Be No Another Time". Bob Ralston at the piano plays "Don't Fence Me In". Joe Feeney and whole cast with Myron Floren on accordion & Buddy Merrill on guitar perform "Goodnight Irene". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "The Yellow Rose of Texas". A Medley of "I'm a Long, Tall Texan/Turkey in the Straw" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King Natalie Nevins sings "The Tennessee Waltz". Guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "San Antonio Rose". Jimmy Roberts sings "Make the World Go Away". Andra Willis sings "Anytime". Steve Smith sings "Here Comes Heaven". Unidentified: danced by Arthur Duncan Tanya Falan sings "I'm Walkin' the Floor Over You". Dick Dale performs "If I Could See the World Through the Eyes of a Child". The Orchestra performs "Wabash Cannonball" Larry Hooper sings "The Auctioneer Song" Sandi Griffith & Salli Flynn duet with "You Are My Sunshine". Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordion with Richard Maloof on tuba perform "Just Because". Bob Lido sings "Ragtime Cowboy Joe".moreless
  • March 2, 1968
    March 2, 1968
    Episode 25
    3/2/68
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    Wunnerful Hit Songs Highlights: Charlie, Dick, Larry, Steve, Lynn, JoAnn, Tanya, Andra perform "Things". Norma Zimmer sings "Trees". The Orchestra with Jack Imel on marima (dressed as a gorilla), Myron as a Lion, Bobby as a brown gorilla, and Bob Ralston as a goat perform "Talk to the Animals". Tanya Falan sings "Someone Wonderful". "Habanera" is danced by Bobby and Cissy. Sally Flynn and Sandi Jensen sing "Windy". Bob Ralston performs "Fascination". Bob Lido, Hoopie, Curt Ramsey and Charlie Parlato as the cab driver perform "Cab Driver". Myron Floren performs "Rondo alla Turca" (Mozart). Norma and Jimmy duet with "Close as Pages in a Book". "Moses Supposes" is a song and dance routine by Arthur, Bobby, and Jack supported by the singers in the scene wandering around library Steve Smith (solo) backed by Norma, Curt, Charlie, and Dick Cathcart perform "I Could Write a Book". "Super-cali-fragilistic-expialidocious" is a group number with solos by JoAnn, Sally, Sandi, Tanya, Natalie, Andra, Cissy, Dick, Arthur, Bobby, Steve, Larry, Bob, Jimmy Natalie Nevins sings "Mr. Wonderful". "Stompin' at the Savoy" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Dick Dale and Andra Willis duet with "Real Live Girl". The Orchestra with vocal accompaniment by Sally, Sandi, and Tanya perform "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You". Lynn Anderson sings "Gentle on My Mind".moreless
  • Mardi Gras
    Episode 24
    2/24/68
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    A Mardi Gras celebration, Lawrence Welk style!
  • February 17, 1968
    February 17, 1968
    Episode 23
    2/17/68
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    Hearts and flowers set the mood. Highlights: Norma Zimmer sings "A Beautiful Friendship". Tanya Falan sings "What Now, My Love?" Andra Willis & Dick Dale duet with "Blue Room". Bob Lido sings "Rosie".
  • February 10, 1968
    February 10, 1968
    Episode 22
    2/10/68
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    A Musical Valentine Highlights: Dick Dale performs "My Kind of Girl". Art Duncan dances to "When Hearts Are Young". Steve Smith sings "My Funny Valentine". Tanya Falan sings "Love Letters". Myron Floren on accordian performs "I Love Louisa".
  • February 3, 1968
    February 3, 1968
    Episode 21
    2/3/68
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    Appearing are Natalie Nevins, Tanya Falan, Bobby Burgess, Cissy King, Myron Floren, Jo Ann Castle, Lynn Anderson and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Natalie Nevins sings "My Favorite Things". Tanya Falan sings "Glory of Love". Bobby Burgess & Cissy King dance to "Beautiful Lady in Blue". Myron Floren on accordian performs "On the Trail". Jo Ann Castle on honky tonk piano performs "Swanee". Lynn Anderson sings "Am I That Easy to Forget?" The Orchestra performs a Sigmund Romberg medley.moreless
  • January 27, 1968
    January 27, 1968
    Episode 20
    1/27/68
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    Maestro Welk offers a mixed bag of musical treats. Highlights: Norma Zimmer sings "I Get Along Withou You Very Well". The Lennons sing "Where Are the Words?" Tanya Falan sings "Can't Take My Eyes off of You". Joe Feeney performs "If Ever I Would Leave You". The Orchestra performs "Talk to the Animals" and "Windows of Paris".moreless
  • January 20, 1968
    January 20, 1968
    Episode 19
    1/20/68
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    Island Show Highlights: All join in for "On the Beach at Waikiki". Norma Zimmer sings "Beyond the Reef". Bobby and Cissy dance to the "Pagan Love Song". Sandi and Salli perform "Hawaiian War Chant". Steve Smith sings "Blue Hawaii". Jo Ann Castle on piano plays "There's No Place Like Hawaii". Cissy, Steve, Andra, Dick, and Jo Ann perform "One Paddle, Two Paddle". "Lovely Hula Hands" is performed by guest child dancer Liza Marie. Lynn Anderson sings "Tiny Bubbles". Myron Floren on accordion plays "Yellow Bird". Natalie Nevins sings "Bal'i Hai". Larry Hooper and cast with Jack Imel dressed as a bird performs "Chee Chee Kookaroo". "Avalon" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts duet on "Now is the Hour". Larry Hooper and the cast join in for "The Only Man on the Island". Tanya Falan sings "Hukilau". Bobby and Cissy dance to a Hawaiian instrumental. Dick Dale and Andra Willis sing "Hawaiian Wedding Song". Bob Lido (also on ukelele) performs "Under a Coconut Tree". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Some Enchanted Evening".moreless
  • Keep A Song In Your Heart
    1/13/68
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    Appearing are Sandi Jenson, Salli Flynn and Tanya Falan. Highlights: Sandi Jenson and Salli Flynn perform "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter". Tanya Falan sings "Watch What Happens".
  • January 6, 1968
    January 6, 1968
    Episode 17
    1/6/68
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    Show Business Lawrence Welk's guests are singers Sandi Jenson and Salli Flynn and young trumpeter David Joy. Highlights: Jack, Steve, Bobby, Dick, Andra, Tanya, Cissy, Natalie perform "That's Entertainment". Norma Zimmer with Larry Hooper at the piano sing "June in January". Sandi Griffiths (nee Jansen) & Salli Flynn perform "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah". Jimmy Roberts sings "More". "The Spanish Flea" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. Tanya Falan sings "Goin' Out of My Head". The Orchestra performs "Music to Watch the Girls By". Natalie Nevins sings "People". "Cocktails for Two" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Let's Go on with the Show! Bobby, Cissy, Steve, Tanya, Jack, Andra, Dick, Natalie Jo Ann Castle performs on the honky tonk piano. Bob Lido with Bobby, Cissy, Steve, Tanya, Jack, Andra, Dick, Natalie performs "Personality". Steve Smith sings The Broadway Melody". Jimmy Roberts sings "I Wish You Love". Bobby Burgess & Jack Imel dance to "Make 'em Laugh". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Rio Rita". Myron Floren on accordion performs "With a Little Bit of Luck". Larry Hooper with Andra, Norma, Cissy, Natalie perform "Money". Charlotte Harris on cello, Bob Ralston at the piano, Richard Maloof on bass perform "Somewhere My Love" (Theme from "Dr. Zhivago"). Andra Willis sings "I Can Dream, Can't I?" Natalie Nevins sings "Goodnight, My Someone". Bob Ralston at the organ plays "Tico Tico". The Orchestra performs "Dixieland Music".moreless
  • December 30, 1967
    December 30, 1967
    Episode 16
    12/30/67
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    New Years Celebration Lawrence Welk rings in 1968 with 19-year-old singer Tanya Falan and 13-year-old trumpeter David Joy. Highlights: Norma Zimmer sings "I'll Be Seeing You". Jo Ann Castle plays "Thoroughly Modern Millie". The Lennon Sisters sing "May You Always". Joe Feeney performs "Through the Years". All join in for "Auld Lang Syne".moreless
  • December 23, 1967
    December 23, 1967
    Episode 15
    12/23/67
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    Christmas Show The grandchildren and the younger offspring of the Music Makers are guests. Highlights: Natalie Nevins sings "Ava Maria". The Lennon Sisters sing "O Holy Night". Myron Floren performs "Sleigh Ride". Norma Zimmer sings "Silent Night". The Children sing "We Wish You A Merry Christmas".
  • December 9, 1967
    December 9, 1967
    Episode 13
    12/9/67
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    Winter Wonderland Highlights: Steve, Andra, Jimmy, Kathy, Bobby, Cissy, Dick, Janet join in for "Sleigh Ride". The Orchestra performs "I've Got My Love to Keep We Warm". Norma Zimmer sings "Edelweiss". Medley of Victor Herbert songs is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. Dick Dale & Andra Willis duet on "Under the Mistletoe (I Wanna Do More than Whistle)". The Lennon Sisters sing "The Old Lamplighter". Jo Ann Castle on the Honky tonk piano plays "Frosty the Snowman". Steve Smith with Norma, Charlie, Curt perform "I'll Be Home for Christmas". "Whistle While You Work" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Larry Hooper sings "Doggie in the Window". Steve Smith sings "A House with Love in It". The Orchestra with Lawrence and Cissy dancing perform the "Viennese Waltz". Lynn Anderson sings "Blue Christmas". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano perform "Santa Nacale". Myron Floren on accordion + encore with Lawrence and Cissy dancing the polka. Bob Ralston at the organ plays "White Christmas". Natalie, Jimmy, Norma, Peggy, Dick, Janet, Lynn, Bobby, Cissy, Dianne, Kathy, Larry, Joe, Andra, Steve join in for "Winter Wonderland".moreless
  • Winter
    Winter
    Episode 12
    12/2/67
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    Highlights: Kathy, Dick, Janet, Jack, Cissy, Bobby, Andra, Steve perform "Button Up Your Overcoat". The Orchestra performs "People Will Say We're in Love". The Lennon Sisters sings "It's a Marshmallow World". Myron Floren on accordion with Neil Levang on guitar & Buddy Merrill on banjo perform "A Spoonful of Sugar". Andra Willis sings "I Could Have Danced All Night". "Little Bells and Big Bells" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. "The Skater's Waltz" - Boogie is performed by Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano. Lynn Anderson sings "Promises, Promises". Norma Zimmer sings "I Believe". The Orchestra perform "Lovable Doll". Bob Lido and the Orchestra perform "I Can't Give You Anything but Love". Joe Feeney performs "Padre". Arthur Duncan dances. Steve Smith sings "But Maybe You'll Be There". The Orchestra performs "You're Just in Love". Larry Hooper sings "Little by Little and Bit by Bit". Bob Ralston on harpsichord with musicians Jack Imel, Charlie Parlatto, Neil Levang & Buddy Klein perform "The Flea". Natalie Nevens sings "Suddenly There's A Valley". Dick Dale & Kathy Lennon with dancers Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan & Jack Imel and entire cast join in for "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!"moreless
  • November 25, 1967
    November 25, 1967
    Episode 11
    11/25/67
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    From Polkas to Classics Highlights: Kathy, Dick, Janet, Jimmy, Cissy & Bobby (also dancing), Andra, Jack and Myron Floren on accordion perform "The Pennsylvania Polka". Norma Zimmer sings "Strange Music". The Orchestra performs "The Firefly Serenade". The Lennon Sisters sing "Serenade of the Bells". Frank Scott at the piano with Neil Levang on guitar, Richard Maloof on bass & Johnny Klein on drums performs "Sugar". Jimmy Roberts with the string section sings "Golden Days". Lynn Anderson with the Lennon Sisters sing "You Mean All The World to Me". "The Breeze and I" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King. Natalie Nevins sings "Maria". Joe Feeney performs "The Rose of Tralee". Myron Floren on accordion performs "Brazilian Samba". Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel, Arthur Duncan & Cissy King dance to "Let Us Out, Let Us Out (What Is New at the Zoo)". The Lennon Sisters with Bobby, Arthur, Jack & Cissy perform "Talk to the Animals". Andra Willis sings "Yours". The Orchestra featuring Neil Levang on guitar and Dick Cathcart on trumpet perform "Wabash Cannonball". Steve Smith with Norma, Charlie, Curt Ramsey & Dick Cathcart perform "Say It Isn't So". "Stomptime" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Dick Dale with the Lennon Sisters sing "Get Along Home, Cindy, Cindy". Bob Ralston at the organ plays "When the Organ Played at Twilight". Lynn, Norma, Bob Lido, Joe, Steve, Jimmy, Bobby, Dick, Andra, Kathy, Janet, Dianne, Natalie, Cissy & Larry Hooper at the piano perform a medley with "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue/Baby Face/Ain't She Sweet?"moreless
  • November 18, 1967
    November 18, 1967
    Episode 10
    11/18/67
    0.0
    Thanksgiving Show
  • October 28, 1967
    October 28, 1967
    Episode 7
    10/28/67
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    Crazy Rhythms Highlights: Jack, Janet, Bobby, Cissy, Steve, Kathy, Jimmy, Natalie, Dick, Diane, Bob Ralston, Peggy join in for "Crazy Rhythm". Norma Zimmer sings "Wish Me". Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordion perform. Lynn Anderson sings "I've Been Everywhere". "Opus 1" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King. The Lennon Sisters sing "Up, Up and Away". "I'll Come Sliding Back to You" is sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Jack Imel with Jo Ann Castle and Cissy King. Bobby, Cissy, Dick, Diane, Steve, Kathy, Jack, Janet and musicians Bob Havens, Mahlon Clark and Dick Cathcart perform "The Days of Old Vaudeville".moreless
  • September 30, 1967
    September 30, 1967
    Episode 3
    9/30/67
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    Together, Wherever We Go Highlights: Lynn, Jack, Natalie, Bob Ralston, Janet, Larry, Norma, Jimmy, Diane, Dick, Peggy, Steve, Cissy, Bobby, Charlotte, Joe, danced by Arthur, Jack and Bobby perform "Together, Wherever We Go". Norma Zimmer sings "Somewhere, My Love". "High Society" is danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King. Lynn Anderson sings "Make the World Go Away". Jo Ann Castle on the honky tonk piano plays "The Sheik of Araby". Diane, Janet and Peggy Lennon sing "There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World". "I Want My Mama" is sung and danced by Bobby, Arthur and Jack with Diane, Janet and Peggy "Shine on Harvest Moon" is performed by a male guest star with Cissy, Diane, Norma, Janet, Peggy, Lynn, Natalie, Bobby, Jimmy, Steve, Dick, Arthur, Larry, Joemoreless
  • September 16, 1967
    September 16, 1967
    Episode 1
    9/16/67
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    Great Tunes and Great Talents. The 13th season premiere. Highlights: "There's No Business Like Show Business" is danced by Bobby, Arthur, Jack, Cissy, sung by Lynn, Steve, Dick, Natalie, Jimmy, Larry, Diane, Peggy, Janet, Kathy, Joe. "All I Really Need Is the Girl" is sung by Bobby Burgess, danced by him and Cissy King. The Lennon Sisters sing "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?". Bob Lido and the Orchestra perform "Winchester Cathedral". "Louisiana Hayride" is danced by Bobby and Cissy, sung by Steve, Kathy, Jack, Janet, Arthur, Peggy, Natalie, Dick, Diane, Lynn, Larry, Joe, with trumpetist Dick Cathcart, Trombonist Bob Havens, clarinetist Mahlon Clark. "I Got Rhythm" is sung and danced by Arthur Duncan. Joe Feeney performs "Oh What a Beautiful Morning". Larry Hooper with whole chorus sing "The Brotherhood of Men".moreless
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