TV.com will be making changes to the Private Message system the week of Jan 26, 2015. For more information click here

The Lawrence Welk Show - Season 6

Follow
ABC (ended 1982)

USER EDITOR

AprilFox

User Score: 4013

Episode Guide

  • August 12, 1961
    August 12, 1961
    Episode 49
    8/12/61
    0.0
    Among the highlights tonight are the theme from the "My Three Sons" television series and the Lennon Sisters sing a medley of spirituals. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Dardanella" and "Emperor Waltz". Bob Lido and Norma Zimmer perform "Man Around the House". Larry Hooper performs "Accentuate the Positive". Jo Ann Castle performs "Lazy River". Larry Dean performs "You Make Me Feel So Young".moreless
  • July 29, 1961
    July 29, 1961
    Episode 47
    7/29/61
    0.0
    Featured guests on this rerun show are teenage dancers Kay Nell Bee and Robert Eugene Peterson. Highlights: Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts perform "Serenade of the Bells". Rocky Rockwell performs "Peelin' Potato Blues". The Lennon Sisters sing "Lida Rose". The Orchestra performs "Carolina in the Morning". Jo Ann Castle performs "Honeysuckle Rose". Lawrence Welk and Myron Floren perform "Johnson Rag". Larry Dean performs "You Turned the Tables". Barney Liddell performs "Longing". Bob Lido sings "That's My Baby". Aladdin performs "Cae Cae". Norma Zimmer sings "Summertime". Dixieland Group performs "Little Brown Jug".moreless
  • July 22, 1961
    July 22, 1961
    Episode 46
    7/22/61
    0.0
    Appearing are Jo Ann Castle, Jack Imel, Joe Feeney, Aladdin, Jimmy Roberts, Myron Floren, Bob Lido, Jimmy Getzoff, Larry Dean, Charlotte Harris, Frank Scott and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Musical production numbers tonight include "Danube So Blue", "I Could Write a Book", "Sunny Side of the Street" and "My Love for You". Jo Ann Castle performs "Johnson Rag". Frank Scott performs "Harbor Lights". Joe Feeney performs "World Is Mine Tonight". Jack Imel performs "I Got Rhythm". Jimmy Roberts sings "Stars in Your Eyes". Myron Floren performs "Barcarolle". Bob Lido performs "Piccolo Pete". Jimmy Getzoff performs "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice". Larry Dean and George Thow performs "S Wonderful". Charlotte Harris performs "Melody in F". Dixieland Group performs "Pete's Tail Fly". Aladdin performs "Tic a Tee".moreless
  • June 24, 1961
    June 24, 1961
    Episode 42
    6/24/61
    0.0
    The Music Makers present a musical welcome to summer. Appearing are Norma Zimmer, Joe Feen, Larry Dean, Jack Imel, the Lennon Sisters, Rocky Rockwell, Jimmy Roberts, Frank Scott, Jimmy Getzoff, Dick Dale, Bob Lido and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Norma Zimmer & Joe Feeney perform "All the Things You Are". Aladdin, Larry Dean, Joe Feeney and the Lennon Sisters perform "Sundy in the Park". Larry Dean & Kathy Lennon duet on "Let's Get Lost". The Orchestra performs "In the Good Old Summertime" and a "Carousel" medley. Frank Scott performs "Melodie d'Amour". Larry Hooper does "Stars". Jack Imel performs "Old Soft Shoe". The Lennon Sisters sing "You Always Hurt the One You Love". Jim Roberts sings "Jeanine, I Dream of Lilac Time". Rocky Rockwell performs "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street". Jimmy Getzoff performs "Suddenly". Bob Lido & Jo Ann Castle perform "Toot Toot Tootsie". Dick Dale performs "If".moreless
  • June 17, 1961
    June 17, 1961
    Episode 41
    6/17/61
    0.0
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Myron Floren and Norma Zimmer. Highlights: "When Frances Dances With Me".
  • June 10, 1961 from New York
    6/10/61
    0.0
    Lawrence Welk and the group are in New York tonight with a salute to various aspects of the big city. Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Norma Zimmer, Jo Ann Castle, Aladdin, Myron Floren and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Jo Ann Castle performs "The Bowery". The Lennon Sisters sing "My Favorite Things". Norma Zimmer performs "You'll Never Walk Alone".moreless
  • June 3, 1961
    June 3, 1961
    Episode 39
    6/3/61
    0.0
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Bob Lido, Norma Zimmer, Larry Dean, the Sparklers, Aladdin, Jo Ann Castle and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include "When Frances Dances With Me", "On the Sunny Side of the Street", "It's A Most Unusual Day" and "Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk".
  • May 27, 1961
    May 27, 1961
    Episode 38
    5/27/61
    0.0
    Lawrence's guest is Pat Boone. Also appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Norma Zimmer, Dick Dale, Jo Ann Castle, Larry Hooper Rocky Rockwell, Larry Dean, Bob Lido, Aladdin, Jimmy Roberts, Myron Floren, Jack Imel and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody". Larry Hooper, Larry Dean, Rocky Rockwell, Dick Dale, Bob Lido, and Aladdin join in with "Spring, Spring, Spring". Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordion perform "Hot Foot Polka". Jack Imel performs "Lover". The Lennon Sisters sing "Darlin' Meggie". The orchestra featuring Norma Zimmer perform "Love Those Eyes". Jimmy Roberts sings "Bluebird of Happiness". The Orchestra performs "Muskrat Ramble". Norma Zimmer sings "Zigeuner" (German for "Gypsy"). The Orchestra performs "Poor People of Paris" and the "Hot Foot Polka". Larry Hooper performs "Oh Happy Day". Lawrence dances with Norma Zimmer perform "Dolores Waltz". Pat Boone sings "Moody River". Russ Klein on saxophone and Larry Hooper on piano perform "Cumana". Jo Ann Castle on piano performs "Baby Face". Aladdin with the Lennon Sisters perform "Music Lesson" The Orchestra closes with "Yellow Bird".moreless
  • May 6, 1961
    May 6, 1961
    Episode 35
    5/6/61
    0.0
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Norma Zimmer, Jim Roberts, Bob Lido, Aladdin, Myron Floren, Jo Ann Castle, Dick Dale, Larry Dean and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include "Green Leaves of Summer", "South American Way" and "I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time".
  • April 22, 1961
    April 22, 1961
    Episode 33
    4/22/61
    0.0
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Larry Hooper, Norma Zimmer, Larry Dean, Jimmy Getzoff, Myron Floren, Aladdin and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include "Sixteen Tons" and "April Love".
  • April 15, 1961
    April 15, 1961
    Episode 32
    4/15/61
    0.0
    Oscar Award-winning songs of the past are presented tonight. Appearing are Norma Zimmer, Aladdin, Dick Dale, the Lennon Sisters, Myron Floren, Jo Ann Castle, Joe Feeney, Jim Roberts and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include "The Continental", "Lullaby of Broadway", "Three Coins in the Fountain", "High Hopes", "The Last Time I Saw Paris", "Zip-a-dee Doo-dah", "High Noon", "Buttons and Bows" and "The Way You Look Tonight".moreless
  • April 8, 1961
    April 8, 1961
    Episode 31
    4/8/61
    0.0
    It's French Champagne Music tonight. Highlights: Songs include "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", "Just a Gigolo". "The River Seine" and "April in Paris". Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan perform "Calcutta". Norma Zimmer sings "Paris in the Spring". Jimmy Roberts sings "Carolina Moon".
  • March 4, 1961
    March 4, 1961
    Episode 24
    3/4/61
    0.0
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Jim Roberts, Norma Zimmer, Myron Floren, Joe Feeney, Jo Ann Castle and the Champagne Music Makers. Highlights: The Lennon Sisters sing "Greensleeves".
  • January 21, 1961
    January 21, 1961
    Episode 20
    1/21/61
    0.0
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Larry Dean, Norma Zimmer, Larry Hooper, Jerry Burke, Jim Roberts, Jimmy Getzoff, Rocky Rockwell and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include "Let It Snow", "Sixteen Tons", "They Didn't Believe Me", and "I Can't Believe You're In Love With Me".
  • January 14, 1961
    January 14, 1961
    Episode 19
    1/14/61
    0.0
    Also appearing are Norma Zimmer, The Lennon Sisters, Jim Roberts and Jo Ann Castle. Highlights: Songs include "True Love", "Everything's Coming Up Roses" and "Good Night, God".
  • December 24, 1960
    December 24, 1960
    Episode 16
    12/24/60
    0.0
    Christmas Show Highlights: Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts sing "White Christmas".
  • December 17, 1960
    December 17, 1960
    Episode 15
    12/17/60
    0.0
    Appearing are Aladdin, Norman Bailey and his eight-year-old daughter Janice Bailey and Rocky Rockwell. Highlights: Yuletide numbers include "Baby's First Christmas", "Ring Those Christmas Bells", "Nuttin' For Christmas", and "Merry Christmas From Our Hour to Your House".
  • October 29, 1960
    October 29, 1960
    Episode 4
    10/29/60
    0.0
    Lawrence Welk and his Orchestra with featured performers Kathy and Janet Lennon singing "Whistle a Happy Tune," Peggy Lennon and the Welk Quartet "Strolling Through the Park," and Larry Dean, Bob Lido and Aladdin. Vocalist Jo Ann Greer is the "Champagne Lady" and Adelina Pedroza, a 10-year-old ballerina are special guest stars.moreless
  • Salute to the Big Band Leaders
    10/8/60
    0.0
    Lawrence Salutes the Big Band Leaders. The Big Band leaders included in the salute are Kay Kyser, Duke Ellington, Sammy Kaye, Glen Gray, Ted Weems, Fred Waring, Orin Tucker, Benny Goodman, Russ Morgan and Jan Garber. Highlights: Songs included are 1- "Daddy O" (Sammy Kaye) 2- "Oh, Johnny" (Orin Tucker) 3- "Sleep" (Fred Waring) 4- "Smoke Rings" (Glen Gray) 5- "Who Wouldn't Love You" (Kay Kyser) 6- "Mood Indigo" (Duke Ellington) 7- "Heartaches" (Ted Weems) 8- "Does Your Heart Beat for Me" (Russ Morgan) 9- "Let's Dance" (Benny Goodman) 10- "My Dear" (Jan Garber)moreless
Today
5:00pm
PBS
Sunday
No results found.
Monday
No results found.