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Tommy Sands co-hosts, guests are singer Brook Benton and Federal Housing administrator Robert L. Weaver with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Bert Parks co-hosts, guests are comedienne Bobbi Baker and Dr. Joyce Brothers who discusses teenagers reactions to popular groups or personalities such as The Beatles with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Eddie Albert co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Della Reese, comedian-actor Bill Cosby, radio & TV announcer Dick Stark and hypnotist Dr. Arthur Ellen.
The Four Freshmen co-host, guests are actor Dan Dailey, actress Kathy Nolan, humorist Harry Golden, comic Al Kelly and The Rolling Stones with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
The Stones performed "Carol" live and lipsynched "Not Fade Away", "Tell Me" and "I Just Wanna Make Love To You".
Martha Mitchell co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Howard Cosell, comedienne Fannie Flagg, The Earl Scruggs Revue and Dr. Robert Akeret.
Good episode. Some of the episode dealt with Howard Cosell's recently-released paperback version of his book "Cosell." Dr. Akeret, a psychologist, "analyzed" some of the photos inside the book, including one of Cosell at Seaworld looking away as a killer whale leaps out of the pool. Akeret theorizes that Cosell has a great ability to "detach" himself from events. Cosell answers (in typical Cosellian staccato): "The truth of the matter is I was scared to death and wouldn't look at the damned whale."moreless
Soupy Sales co-hosts, guests are impressionist Marilyn Michaels, musician Peter Nero and pie-throwing (150) farewell to Soupy with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Bert Parks co-hosts, guests are comedian Bob Blasser, singer Helen O'Connell, Jazz trumpeter and bandleader Lee Castle with the Jimmy Dorsey Band and a surprise mystery guest (vocalist Bob Eberle) with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
The band performs "Boogie Woogie" and almost blew off the roof off the 140-seat KYW studio.
Helen belts out "Amapola"
Bob Eberle sings "Tangerine"
Larry Wilcox co-hosts, guests are actress Susan Richardson, actor Billy Dee Williams, singer Carmen McRae, comedian Jack Carter and beauty expert Adrien Arpel.
Dennis O'Keefe concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Kaye Stevens, actor Ed Nelson star of TV's Peyton Place, singer Chubby Checker, Dr. Charles Merrill Smith author of "How to be a Bishop Without Being Religious" and Al Seigal who gives a scuba diving demonstration.
Larry Wilcox co-hosts, guests are his wife Hannie Wilcox, actor John McCook, actress Laurette Spang, comedian-actor Skip Stephenson, writer Bob Bonney, pro golfer Severiano Ballesteros, beauty expert Adrien Arpel and Tahati's Polynesian Review.
Diana Dors co-hosts, guests are actress Faye Emerson and Rev. David Wilkerson with Ellie Frankel Trio.
George Gobel co-hosts; guests are comedienne Dagmar, singer Frankie Randall, Laura Lane, Helene S. Arnstein author of "What to Tell Your Child" and a surprise guest.
Bowling balls, the perfect gentleman, marriage problems and questions children ask parents are today's topics.
Larry Wilcox co-hosts, guests are actor Roger Moore, actress Valerie Perrine, producer-manager Allan Carr, playwright Fay Kanin, actor-dancer-choreographer Shabba-Doo, Master Sgt. Wayne Fisk and beauty expert Adrien Arpel.
Barbara McNair concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Gloria de Haven, her father vaudevillian performer Carter de Haven and a mystery guest.
Tony Martin concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Sophie Tucker, singer Ted Lewis, Toastmaster George Jessel and Myrus the Mentalist.
Mike Douglas and Tony Martin duet on "Breezin' Along the Breeze" and "Sunday".
Tony sings "I'm Henry the VIII, I Am".
George Jessel performs a routine "All the Things I Can't Forget" and talks about his upcoming trip to Vietnam.
Ted Lewis sings "When My Baby Smiled At Me".
Tony & Ted duet with "Just Because".
Sophie Tucker reads an after-dinner speech with Georgie Jessel criticing.
Mike & Sophie duet on "My Yiddishe Momma".
Tony Martin performs a "Tenement Symphony".
Myrus the Mentalist guesses what's on everyone's mind.
Sophie & Ted duet on "There'll Be Some Changes Made".
George Jessel performs "Toot Toot Tootsie".
Mike & Ted duet on "I Left My Heart in San Francisco".
Tony Martin sings "I'll See You in My Dreams".
Ted Lewis (with his trademark Top Hat) "Me and My Shadow".
Rhonda Fleming co-hosts, guests are actor Tony Randall, singer-actor Allan Jones sings "Donkey Serenade", dancers Phil Lawrence and Mitzi, Norman F. Dacey author of "What's Wrong With Your Life Insurance?" and Marsha Israel discusses the sleeveless Cardigan.
Pernell Roberts co-hosts; guests are The Barry Sisters, comedian Woody Allen, Duke Art Jr. who will demonstrate sculpturing, Eda LeShan author of "How to Survive Parenthood" and Chris Roberts, Pernell Roberts' son.
Pernell Roberts concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Richard Deacon, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Robin Moore author of "The Green Berets" and a Special Forces soldier demonstrates the latest techniques.
Juliet Prowse co-hosts in this show that features DANCE. Guests are dancer-actor Donald O'Connor; comedienne Elaine Joyce; actor Cesar Romero, who began his career as a dancer; young dancer-actress Erzsebet Foldi, who played Roy Scheider's daugher in the film musical "All That Jazz"; The Third Generation Steps, tap dancers whose careers span nearly 50 years, and singer/dancer Eileen Valentino, who Ms. Prowse personally introduces as a former member of her touring act.moreless
Virginia Mayo and Michael O'Shea co-host, guests are singer-actor George Maharis, actress Marjorie Lord, Don Bragg 1960 pole vault champion and Miss Teenage America Darla Banks with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Jaye P. Morgan co-hosts with Rocket car race on E. 6th Street and Ellie Frankel Trio.
Roberta Sherwood co-hosts, guests are Cookbook author Mary Dahnke and the Art Van Damme Quintet with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt co-host; guests are comedian Richard Pryor, musician-flutist Herbie Mann, Michael Rossman, teacher at the University of California at Berkeley, a leader in the free speech movement. There is a bubble gum blowing contest with children from ages four to twelve.
Howard Keel co-hosts, guests are 13-year-old singer Stevie Wonder and Ping Pong players Danny Veigh and John Lehrmann with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Pat Carroll co-hosts, guests are actor Tab Hunter and Phil Napoleon and His Dixieland Five with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Arlene Dahl co-hosts, guests are actress Pamela Mason and ghost hunter Hans Holzer with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are actor Clu Gulager, humorist Jonathan Miller and Jazz singer Marilyn Burroughs.
Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are Country Western singer Johnny Cash, golf pro and singer Don Cherry, cartoonist Al Capp, singer Joanna Simon and Murray the K., New York Disc jockey who recently emceed the 90-minute TV show "It's What's Happening Baby!"
Bill Cosby co-hosts; guests are the DeJohn Sisters and singer-dancer Skip Cunningham and author William G. Schofield discusses the career of WWII Japanese propaganda radio announcer Tokyo Rose and his book "Treason Trail". The show starts with children's songs.
Bill Cosby tells some jokes and performs nonsense songs including "Big Rock Candy Mountain".
The DeJohn Sisters perform "We'll Sing for Our Supper and We'll Swing" and "Honeysuckle Rose".
Bill and his wife Camille Cosby, talk about pregnancy and their first child.
Skip Cunningham sings and dances "I Could Have Danced All Night".
Skip tap dances to "How High the Moon".
Mike, Bill, Skip and the DeJohn Sisters, skip dance the Fruge and the Jerk to hip Jazz music.
Author William G. Schofield discusses the career of WWII Japanese Propoganda Radio Annoucer TOKYO ROSE and his book "Treason Trail".
Mike sings "A Real Live Girl".
The DeJohn Sisters perform "The Guy from Ipanema".
Bill closes with a mumbled version of "When I Marry You".
Sheilah Graham co-hosts, guests are French actor Jean-Pierre Aumont, dancer-actor Dan Dailey, ESP expert and mind reader Peter Hurkos and Governor Mark Hatfield (R-Ore) with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Roberta Sherwood co-hosts, guest is Walter L. Davis president of the Cleveland Board of Education with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Arlene Dahl co-hosts, guests are columnist George Frazier, billiards champion Willie Marconi and James H. Meredith who is the first Negro graduate of the University of Mississippi with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Smothers Brothers co-host, guests are singers Johnny Desmond and Susan Johnson, "Mr. Sound Effects" Wes Harrison and Sharry Richards with summer menus with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
George Jessel co-hosts, guests are actor Lee Patterson, actress Arlene Dahl, singer Dakota Staton and magician Richard DuBois with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
George Jessel co-hosts with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Kaye Ballard co-hosts, guests are comedian Tim Conway and author Robert W. Kent with Ellie Frankel Trio.
The Four Freshmen co-host, guests are singer Aretha Franklin, double talk comedian Al Kelly and Dr. William Herman discusses the emotional immaturity of many parents with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
The Four Freshmen sing "Moon River".
Aretha Franklin sings "Once in a Lifetime".
Soupy Sales co-hosts, guests are model-actress-singer Joi Lansing, pianist, composer, comedian, writer Stan Freeman and actor Tiger Joe Marsh with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are actor David McCallum from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV series, singer Sandy Stewart, Wagon Train star actor Robert Horton, Shepherd Mead author of "How to Live Like a Lord Without Really Trying", plus a surprise guest.
The Lennon Sisters co-host, guests are singing duo of Joe & Eddie, musician Paul Gilbert, father of the Lennon Sisters, Bill Lennon, writer-author Jhan Robbins and The Martin Brothers.
The Andrew Sisters co-host; guests are Jay and the Americans, Opera singer Rise Stevens, crooner Al Martino and author Mary Calderone discusses her book "How Men Influence the Women Who Love Them".
Rise Stevens sings "Cara Mia".
Dick Gregory co-hosts, guests are folksinger Oscar Brown Jr. and Fr. Henry F. Birkenhauer S.J. with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Roger Williams concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Operatic tenor Jan Peerce, comedian Pat Henry, singer Dionne Warwick, plus surprise guests.
Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts, guest is Gypsy's son Erik Kirkland (later changed his name to Erik Preminger, after learning that Otto Preminger was his father).
Marilyn Maxwell co-hosts today; guests are singer Roberta Sherwood, magician Don Allen, classical guitarist Chris Parkening, singer-pianist Bobby Short and Judge Juanita Stout of Philadelphia.
Pernell Roberts co-hosts; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, rock 'n' roll singer Len Parry, actor Ossie Davis, guitarist Chuck Lilley and Paul Walsh who demonstrates the game of "Cricket".
Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are singer Leslie Scott, comedienne-actress Charlotte Rae, ex-convict Bill Sands author of "My Shadow Ran Fast" and Charlie Tart gives a pottery demonstration.
Gretchen Wyler co-hosts; guests are singer Tony Bennett, actor Dick Patterson, publicist Jim Moran, bongo-playing priest Fr. Joseph Dustin, trombonist Kai Winding, with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Barbara McNair co-hosts; guests are veteran actor Edward Everett Horton, comedian Sandy Baron, actor Barry Morse from TV's The Fugitive, comci London Lee and musical group The Three Sons.
Chubby Checker co-hosts, guests are entertainer Wayne Newton, TV host Robert Q. Lewis and performer Melodye Condos (daughter of Martha Raye) with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
David Wayne co-hosts; guests are actor-singer James Darren, Playboy editor and publisher Hugh Hefner, fashion consultant Pauline Bowle and comedian-folksinger Ed "Greensleeves" Bakey.
Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts, guests are folk group Peter, Paul and Mary, singer Frank Parker, kite flyer Alphonso Woodall and Dr. G.E. Wodehouse gives doctors' side of the Canadian medical crisis with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Vivian Blaine co-hosts, guests are The Chordsmen with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Timmie Rogers co-hosts, guests are singer Virginia Wing, blind composer Irene Kitchings and The Four Lads with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
David Allan appears as host today, Julius LaRosa co-hosts, guests are former screen idol Ramon Navarro and Satuichi Satow, who will prepare a Japanese dish with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Pat Suzuki co-hosts, guests are recording star Ray Charles, comedian Tim Conway, Opera singer Blanche Thebom, former heavyweight champions Joe Louis, Ezzard Charles and Jersey Joe Walcott with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are actor Andy Devine, Gary Lewis & the Playboys and singer Lesley Gore.
Gary Lewis & the Playboys perform "Count Me In," "This Diamond Ring," interview, and "Save Your Heart for Me."
Lesley Gore sings "Sunshine Lollipops & Rainbows," "Cry Me A River," interview, "What Kind of Fool Am I?"
Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are singer Connie Haines, comedian Sandy Baron and Bill Maxted and his Manhattan Jazz Band.
John Raitt co-hosts; guests are comic actor Wally Cox, singer Genevieve and three time member of the U.S. Olympic Gymnastic team, Muriel Davis Grossfield shows both beauty and grace today in demonstrating her gymnastic abilities.
Howard Keel co-hosts; guests are singer Patti Page, comedian Monte Landis, singer Johnny Tillotson and Marvin and Nancy Kleinman archery experts
Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts; guests are The Tijuana Brass, Roger Conklin director of the Miami Seaquarium, actress Betsy Palmer who talks about her role in the stock company of "Lady in the Dark", Michael Tolan star of The Doctors and the Nurses, producer David Merrick and a mystery guest.
Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, The Village Stompers, actor Walter Abel and Bill O'Neill Jr. of the Cleveland Polo Club demonstrates the game of Polo.
Corbett Monica co-hosts today; guests are singers Shepherd and Gordon, Dr. Emerson Day, singer Laura Greene and Lee Berman social activities director at the Concord hotel in the Catskills.
Dagmar co-hosts, guest is author George E. Mann with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Billy DeWolfe co-hosts, guests are Ferrante and Teicher, Gibson's Rec Caps, Lionel Lefrend, glovemaker from France and Anvil Revue satire on local prominent persons with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Pat O'Brien co-hosts; guests are John F. Collins Mayor of Boston, actress Marilyn Maxwell, dancer-singer Joey Heatherton, entertainer Tessie O'Shea, singer Billy Daniels, The Rockettes Alumni in precision dancing, The Chesterfield Family, trampoline artists and Dr. John Rock author of "The Time Has Come" and director of The Rock Reproductive Center.moreless
Teresa Brewer co-hosts; guests are magician Harry Blackstone Jr., actor Eddie Mayehoff, comedian Charlie Manna, singer Jerry Holmes and Mrs. Honare Overstreet author of "The Strange Tactics of Extremism".
Phyllis Diller concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Peggy March, Vance Packard author of "The Waste Makers", The Oscar Peterson Trio and Australian entertainer and folksinger Rolf Harris.
The Lennon Sisters co-host, guests are singer Mel Torme, songstress Gisele Mackenzie, comedian Paul Gilbert, publisher Don Allen and etiquette expert Amy Vanderbilt.
Pat O'Brien co-hosts, guests are columnist Drew Pearson, folksinger Tedd Browne, comedian Bill Daily with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, writer Jim Bishop, Jim "Mudcat" Grant pitcher for the Minnesota Twins. Jungle Larry who operates a Cedar Point, Ohio zoo, exhibits a python.
Enzo Stuarti sings "Wendell Corey".
Nick Adams co-hosts; guests are singer Joe Williams, radio-TV announcer Tony Marvin, comedian Sandy Baron, singer Sylvia Copeland and tax expert Ray DeCrane.
Topics include The Civil War, the Arthur Godfrey Show, washing a dog, new tax laws and improvisations.
Nick Adams co-hosts, guests are comedian-actor Tom Poston, bandleader Ray Anthony, singing duo Jackie and Gayle, cosmetologist Rose Laird and donut makers Nick Fortino & John Falachi.
Timmie Rogers co-hosts, guests are The Three Sons and boating safety demonstration with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Dody Goodman co-hosts, guests are singer Vic Damone, Jazz composer Calvin Jackson, and attorney F. Lee Bailey with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Pat Carroll co-hosts, guest is Dr. Edward Teller called "Father of the H Bomb", discusses this country's current series of A Bomb tests with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Frank Parker co-hosts, guests are singer Billy Vaughn, astrologer Beatrice Redding and men's fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.
Rose Marie co-hosts, guest is Dr. Peter Cranford on disciplining your child with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Arlene Dahl co-hosts, guests are actors Earl Holliman and Anthony George, singer Brenda Lee and former Alabama football coach Wally Butts with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Frank Morgan co-hosts, guests are singer Jennie Smith and folk singing group The Knob Licks with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Frank Morgan co-hosts, guests are Jazz man Stan Getz, organist Jimmy McGuff, singer Micki Lynn and author Vince Packard with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Kaye Ballard co-hosts, guest is comedian Tim Conway with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Virginia Mayo and Michael O'Shea co-host with Ellie Frankel Trio.
Jaye P. Morgan co-hosts with instructions on teaching baby to swim and Ellie Frankel Trio.