The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 12 Episode 21

Songs of the South

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Feb 04, 1967 on ABC
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Songs of the South
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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

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Anita Bryant

Anita Bryant

Guest

Guest Star

Arthur Duncan

Arthur Duncan

dancer (1964-1982)

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Barbara Boylan

Barbara Boylan

dancer (1961-1967; 1979)

Recurring Role

Bob Lido

Bob Lido

singer/violinist

Recurring Role

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