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.
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.
Corbett Monica co-host, 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.
Marilyn Maxwell co-hosts, guests are singer Roberta Sherwood, magician Don Allen, classical guitarist Chris Parkening, singer-pianist Bobby Short and Judge Juanita Stout of Philadelphia.
Hermoine Gingold co-hosts, guests are six-year-old Mike Favata, who will be on a Sammy Davis Jr. special TV show this season will sing, comedian Henry Gibson, magician Celeste Evans, Dr. Aaron Steinberg and The Byrds.
Hermoine Gingold co-hosts today; guests are six-year-old Mike Favata, who will be on a Sammy Davis Jr. special TV show this season will sing, comedian Henry Gibson, magician Celeste Evans and Dr. Aaron Steinberg.
The Andrews Sisters co-host today; guests are Jazz singer Arthur Prysock, Jazz musician Jonah Jones, singers Michel Dunand
and Forbes Darin, Marcia Moore demonstrates Yoga and Mrs. Ray Pierre Orsinik author of "Caviar for Breakfast" discusses the daily living patterns of the Russian people.
Allen & Rossi co-host; guests are singer Joni James, comedian Sandy Baron, folksingers the Travelers 3 and bird trainer Lon Gaeta.
George Kirby concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer Ethel Merman, songwriter Cy Coleman, Hollywood Producer Ross Hunter and Dr. Richard Baird, director of "The Haver" narcotics hospital in New York.
George Kirby co-hosts; guests are actor William Shatner, singer Mary Wells, comedian Redd Foxx and jazz trumpetist Jonah Jones.
George Kirby co-hosts; guests are actor William Schallert, actor-comedian Fredd Wayne and The Chiffons.
George Kirby co-hosts; guests are actor Dan Dailey, comedienne Joan Rivers and comedian Sandy Baron.
George Kirby co-hosts; guests are comedienne Dody Goodman, The Modernaires, organist Eddie Layton and Chef Eddie Doucette who gives a hamburger recipe demonstration.
David Wayne concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are folksingers The Rooftop Singers, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Mayor Ralph Locher, Mayor of Cleveland and George Gamble who will discuss and demonstrate lightning.
David Wayne co-hosts; guests are actor Pat O'Brien, singer Frankie Randall, Dr. Bry Benjamin author of "In Case of Emergency", jazz musicians The Ramsey Lewis Trio and Paul Meunier who will demonstrate old rifles.
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.
David Wayne co-hosts; guests are comedian Dave Barry, actor Theodore Bikel, singer Johnny Tillotson and Elizabeth and Collins with their high wire and knife throwing acts.
Mike's co-host this week is actor David Wayne (Week of 16Aug65-20Aug65); guests are actor Glenn Ford, The Everly Brothers, singer-actor Don Francks, mentalist Dunninger and Dr. Marvin Block author of "Alcoholism".
Totie Fields concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Poncie Ponce of Hawaiian Eye, comedian Jackie Kahane, singer Angeline Butler, magician Marshall Brodien John Eckstein author of "How to Protect Yourself".
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.
Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are Maverick star actor Jack Kelly, singer Lesley Gore, sports commentator Jay Reynolds and author Dr. Maxwell Maltz.
Lesley Gore sings "Sunshine Lollipops" and "You Don't Own Me".
Totie Fields co-hosts, guests are singer June Christy, entertainer Harry Secombe, columnist Victor Lasky author of "The Ugly Russian" and acrobats The Agostinos
Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are TV game show host Allen Ludden and his wife actress Betty White, exercise expert Debbie Drake, singer Nancy Ray and folksingers The Backporch Majority.
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.
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.
Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts; guests are singer Roberta Sherwood, actor Carleton Carpenter sings and talks about his role in Hello, Dolly!, The Amazing Randi, The Ahmad Jamal Trio and humorist Gerald Gardner discusses Bobby Kennedy.
Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, folksinger Tedd Browne, mimic Frank Raines aka Mr. Echo, rock 'n' roll group Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders and psychologist Dr. Blake Crider discusses fears, tension and phobias.
Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts; guests are the DeJohn Sisters, comedian Stanley Myron Handleman, singer Allan Bruce and Major Donald Keyhoe who discusses flying saucers.
Barbara McNair concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Gloria de Haven, her father vaudevillian performer Carter de Haven and a mystery guest.
Barbara McNair co-hosts; guests are comedian Billy DeWolfe, Metropolitan opera tenor William Walker, singer Anna Maria Alberghetti and Dr. Benjamin Schloss who heads the Foundation for Aging Research.
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.
Barbara McNair co-hosts; guests are The Lettermen, actress-singer Molly Picon, Roy Liberto and His Bourbon Street Six, health food addict Bertha M. Scott and Seena Hamilton author of "New York on the Family Plan".
Barbara McNair co-hosts, guests are actor Keye Luke, Jazz singer Joe Williams, Soprano-actress Marni Nixon and baseball player Brooks Robinson.
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".
Tony Martin co-hosts; guests are singer Mel Torme, songstress Damita Jo, Allan Jones and his son singer Jack Jones, comedian Jackie Clark and Dr. Kenneth Hurley talks about the "common Cold".
Tony Martin co-hosts; guests are The Four Freshmen, TV host Jack Bailey, singer Peggy March, Dr. Bergan Evans and a chimp that paints.
Tony Martin co-hosts; guests are comedian-impressionist John Byner, Johnson Family singers, Earl Grant and His Group and Patricia O'Regan Brown, founder of "The Junior Years Club".
Tony Martin co-hosts, guests are actor-comedian Wally Cox, singer Nancy Adams, actress Pat Woodell, Ted Boyer and author Larry Collins discusses the occupation and liberation of Paris during World War II.
The Andrew Sisters conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer Mel Torme, actor Johnny Crawford, Irv Pinkel of NASA and Mr. and Mrs. William Richmond, passengers on the Pan American flight when the wing fell off.
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".
The Andrew Sisters co-host; guests are singer Stephen Douglas, actor Brandon DeWilde and comedienne-singer Anna Russell.
The Andrew Sisters co-host; guests are actor Theodore Bikel, comedian Rich Little and singer Frankie Finelli.
The Andrew Sisters co-host; guests are actor George Hamilton, singer Billy Daniels, storyteller Harry Hershfield and Muriel Turnley, the oldest living Ziegfield Follies girl pays a visit and talks about changes she would make in her life if she had it to live over.
Gordon MacRae concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are boxing champ Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali, songstress Rosemary Squires, singer Leon Bibb, songwriter Charlie Tobias, Professor Thomas Cureton author of "Physical Fitness and Dynamic Health" and a mystery guest.
Gordon MacRae co-hosts, guests are Korean singer Patti Kim, actor Horace McMahon, pro golfer Arnold Palmer and Alfred Mosley director of Trauma Research Center.
Gordon MacRae co-hosts; guests are Little Anthony and the Imperials, singer Carol Lawrence, pianist Jose Melis, Dr. Rose Franzblau who talks about children and summer camps and Alfie Scopp a clown from Toronto with the Credony clowns.
Gordon MacRae sings "Night of My Nights" from Kismet and "If I Loved You" from Carousel.
Alfie Scopp and his son perform a clown act.
Carol Lawrence sings "Be a Clown".
Little Anthony & the Imperials perform "Brazil", "Temptation" and "I'm Alright".
Pianist Jose Melis performs a medley.
Mike sings while Jose plays piano to "Ciao Ciao".
Carol Lawrence sings "It Never Entered My Mind".
Mike sings "King of the Road".
Gordon MacRae co-hosts; guests are Dr. Joyce Brothers, vaudeville act Smith and Dale, singer Naomi Collier, instrumentalists Tune Timers and Milton Jampole who demonstrates the art of teaching boxing to small children.
Gordon MacRae co-hosts; guests are singer Joni James, comic Marty Ingels, comedian-banjo player Gene Sheldon and author Leland F. Cooley.
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?"
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".
Jackie Mason co-hosts; guests are author Jim Bishop, singer Jean-Paul Vignon, songstress Shirley Ellis, comedian Pat Morris and Dr. Murray Smith.
Shari Lewis co-hosts; guests are actor Cliff Robertson, singer Jose Feliciano, comic Lou Holtz, Robert Bidwell, dean of the Dunkin Donuts Company, tells how to make donuts. Marie LeDoux discusses her method of teaching reading called "Play 'n Talk" which emphasizes letter and word phonetics.
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.
Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are actor Dan Daily, singer Paul Anka and lawyer Melvin Belli.
Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are singer Ed Ames, actress Margaret O'Brien, Gail DelCoral author of "The Human Mannequin" and British rock-n-roll group The Beau Brummels.
Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are Charlie Belt & Son, the comedy team of Bob & Ray and Jazz clarinetist Buddy DeFranco.
Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are the singing duo of Joe and Eddie, songstress Gisele Mackenzie and humorist Harry Golden.
Henry Morgan concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Gisele Mackenzie, actor Craig Stevens, comedian Adam Keefe and The Brothers Cain singing group. Subjects include the Gabor Sisters, Cassius Clay and food.
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!"
Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are singer Connie Haines, comedian Sandy Baron and Bill Maxted and his Manhattan Jazz Band.
Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are singer Georgia Gibbs, comedian Dave Naster, balloon man Bob Rollins and Morris E. Chafetz, Boston author of "Liquor, the Servant of Man".
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.
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.
Pernell Roberts co-hosts; guests are comedian Dick Shawn, The Fuller Brothers and singer Paula Wayne from the Broadway production "Golden Boy".
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".
Pernell Roberts co-hosts; guests are comedy team of Gaylord and Holiday, singer Margot Muser who played Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway production of "My Fair Lady", Martin Altman demonstrating how to cook lobster and Douglas Sarif, a high school teacher who quit his profession gives his reasons why.
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.
Patrice Munsel concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are the comedy team of Allen and Rossi, Mrs. Charlotte Halicker, a Boston housewife who originated the new dance, "The Temper Tantrum", dance instructor Dick Blake, Dr. and Mrs. William Bauer, authors of "The Way to Womanhood" and Laurence Kaye from Christian Dior Furs, New York, Patrice Munsel models a $50,000 Christian Dior fur coat and sings this afternoon.moreless
Patrice Munsel co-hosts; guests are doubletalk expert Al Kelly, Dr. Cleo Dawson will discuss the natural superiority of men, English comedian Digby Wolfe and folksingers The Highwaymen.
Patrice Munsel co-hosts; guests are Jose Melis and his drummer son Mike, comedian Norm Crosby, mountain climber Allan Austin and Dr. Arthur Trace, author of "Reading without Dick and Jane."
Patrice Munsel co-hosts; guests are actor Ray Walston, violinist Maria Neglia, Dr. Benjamin Spock, who talks about the National Committee for a SANE Nuclear policy. Dr. Spock is co-chairman of SANE, a group devoted to avoiding further radiation fallout and reducing nuclear arms potentially harmful to the world and Dr. Morton Walker, author of "Your Guide to Foot Health."moreless
Patrice Munsel co-hosts; guests are TV personality Henry Morgan, pianist Roger Williams, sculptor Ernest Wurther and International female skateboard champ Pat McGee.
Patrice Munsel sings "I've Got You Under My Skin".
Mike sings "Get Me to the Church On Time".
Patrice & Mike duet with "Wunderbar" from the Broadway show Kiss Me Kate.
Patrice introduces her poodle Delilah.
Roger Williams performs "Call Me Irresponsible" and "You'll Never Walk Alone".
Pat McGee international female skateboard champion demonstrates her skateboard tricks and moves.
TV personality Henry Morgan does his routine.
Patrice sings an Irish folk song "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair" and "Look to the Rainbow".
Ernest Wurther shows his detailed wood carvings.
Roger Williams closes the show with Mary Poppins "Supercali Song".
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.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are Rebecca Linwood, a marriage counselor who gives advice to the audience and noted humorist and author Dr. Seuss will explain nine ways to make a man say yes.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are Ding Song School's Dr. Frances Horwich, the Oscar Peterson Trio, one-man-band Vic Hyde and card expert John Scarne.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are singer Peggy March, journalist Vance Packard, Australian entertainer and folksinger Rolf Harris, Phil Palumbo and his Jazz Band, and ideas on glamorizing salad as Eddie Doucette demonstrates with Dr. William Schwartz who gives a medical discussion of venereal diseases.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts, guests are singer-comedienne Edie Adams, exercise director Debbie Drake, French musician Larry Baschet and Roy Liberto and His Dixieland Jazz Band.
Dagmar concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Richard Hayes, comic Bob King and Dean Kulin.
Dagmar co-hosts; guests are singer-comedienne Tessie O'Shea, actor Cliff Robertson, singer Tony Dalli, pianist Neil Wolfe and Hans Holzer author of "Ghosts I've Met".
Dagmar co-hosts; guests are actor Brock Peters, comedian Milt Kamen, actress-singer Lisa Kirk and columnist Polly Cramer author of "Polly's Pointers".
Dagmar co-hosts; guests are singer Doug Crosley, comedian Marty Ingels, dance instructor Dick Blake, magician and memory expert Harry Lorayne, Dr. Isaiah Bard assistant director of Radio Liberty discussing Russian housewives and consumers.
Dagmar co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer Joel Grey, comedian Dayton Allen, TV game show host Hal March and the comedy team of Ullett and Hendra.
Louis Nye concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Colonel Harland Sanders orginator of "Kentucky Fried Chicken", The Womenfolk folk-singing group, Esther Peterson assistant Secretary of Labor, Saverio Saridis the singing policeman and Otto Kossman a beekeeper.
Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are singer John Davidson, actress Barbara Nichols, comedian Sandy Baron, former parachute champion and sky-diver Jim Arender and 6-year-old singer Mike Favata.
Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson, The Brooks Sisters, Father Kenneth Murphy of Rescue Inc, suicide prevention, Jazz accordionist Art Van Damme and Mrs. Clara Patterson who demonstrates facial isometrics.
Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are singer Emily Yancy and Dr. Arthur Trace author of "Reading With Dick and Jane".
Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, French singer Jean-Paul Vignon, singer Emily Yancy, bird mimic Henry Boyd, dance instructor Dick Blake and Mel French, airline captain.
Howard Keel concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Andy Griffith Show actor George Lindsey, Opera singer Richard Tucker, Diana Ross and the Supremes, dance instructor Dick Blake and Robert Fulton, a lawn expert from Pittsburgh.
Howard Keel co-hosts; guests are singer Patti Page, comedian Monte Landis, singer Johnny Tillotson and Marvin and Nancy Kleinman archery experts
Howard Keel co-hosts; guests are actress Gloria DeHaven, folksinger-actor Noel Harrison, comedian Milt Kamen, 6-year-old singer Michael Fayata and Lawrence Lipton author of "The Erotic Revolution".
Howard Keel co-hosts; guests are Toastmaster George Jessel, guitarist Charlie Byrd, attorney Gustave Simon author of "What Every Woman Doesn't Know", singer Joanna Lester and comedian Dayton Allen.
Howard Keel co-hosts; guests are fashion critic Richard Blackwell, trumpeter Roy Liberto and His Dixieland Band, The Three Goetschi's unicyclists, plus a mystery guest.
Carol Lawrence concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Jerry Lester, The Count Basie Orchestra, Dr. Frances Horwich of Ding Dong School and author of "Don't Rob Them of Their Childhood" and Bernard Bernard pastry chef of the Detroit Athletic Club.
Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are TV personality Merv Griffin, Count Basie Band, beauty expert Clara Patterson
and Dr. Clayton Sullivan author of the Saturday Evening Post article "Mississippi Minister Defends Segregation", also a mystery guest.
Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are singer-actor and Carol's husband Robert Goulet, TV personality Merv Griffin, billiards champ Minnesota Fats, English rock 'n' roll group Freddie and the Dreamers, Mrs. Elizabeth Bing discussing natural childbirth and Clinton T. Duffy former Warden of San Quentin Prison.
Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are Matt Mattox choreographer of Bell Telephone Hour, Clyde McCoy and His Dixieland Band and chiropractor Dr. Aaron Steinberg.
Carol Lawrence co-hosts, guests are The Four Step Brothers, comedian Sandy Baron, folksinger Josh White Jr. and Edith De Rham author of "The Love Fraud".
Van Johnson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are the comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, singer-actor Iggy Wolfington, actor Cyril Ritchard, Robert W. Ellinger author of "The Prospect of Immorality", plus Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jensen who want to participate in Ellinger's proposal.
Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are singer Carol Richards, comedian Morey Amsterdam, Broadway star Anthony Newley and his wife Joan Collins and well-seasoned opinions on living are given today by Rose Laide, 88, a cosmetologist.
Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are lyric-coloratura Anna Moffo, comedian-actor Morey Amsterdam, director-playwright-author Josh Logan, Dr. Daniel Blain and The NORAD Commanders Orchestra with Major Vic Molzer conducting brings big-band sounds to today's show. Plus a mystery guest.
Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are actor Sebastian Cabot, singer Sylvia Sims and Broadway producer David Merrick.
Van Johnson co-hosts, guests are singer-actress Lola Albright, voice actor Allen Swift and saxophone player Lee Allen.
Teresa Brewer concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Billy Daniels, comedian Pete Barbutti and Bel Kaufman author of "Up the Down Staircase".
Teresa Brewer co-hosts; guests are comedian Sandy Baron, The Clinger Sisters singing group, comic Cliff Arquette best known as Charlie Weaver, Reverend Jim McGraw of Brooklyn discusses the significances and dangers involved with the demonstrations and march which took place in Selma, Alabama and Bob Rumpf demonstrating an experimental car with no conventional steering wheel.moreless
Teresa Brewer co-hosts; guests are veteran TV actor Gale Gordon, actor Forrest Tucker, singer Bruce Scott, Fred Warshofsky author of "The Rebuilt Man" and memory expert Frank Paxton.
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".
Teresa Brewer co-hosts, guests are humorist Mort Sahl, tennis player Don Fontana, The Travellers Three and Dr. Dan N. Michael.
John Raitt co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Bob and Ray, Poncie Ponce actor-singer and co-star of the Hawaiian Eye TV series, The Harlem Globetrotters and Father Stanley Bazuszka chairman of the Boston College Mathematics Dept.
John Raitt co-hosts, guests are comedian Norm Crosby anthropologist Ashley Montagu and The Four Saints.
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.
John Raitt co-hosts; guests are actor Broderick Crawford, The Harmonicats featuring Johnny Puleo, The Charlie Bell Trio jazz group, magician Bill Bishop and former U.S. Olympic weightlifting champion and Olympic weightlifting coach Bob Hoffman, now 67 years old, demonstrates some weightlifting techniques for men and women.
John Raitt co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Lainie Kazan, comedian Charlie Callas and boxing champion Barney Ross.
Vivian Vance concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Jazz singer Joya Sherrill, actor Sammy Jackson, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Jacqueline Gonnet, associate editor of Vogue magazine and Gayelord Hauser author and noted health expert.
Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are The Four Preps, TV personality Dagmar, David Hoy author of "Psychic and Other ESP Party Games" and ex-convict Bill Sands author of "My Shadow Ran Fast".
Vivian cooks "Mexican Pie" today and says it helps if you can sing a Mexican song while cooking.
Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are singer Erik Silju, comedian Howard Storm, Jazz songstress Chris Connor, Vance Packard author of "The Waste Makers", Carole Reinhart subject of a recent article "Beauty on the Trumpet" and Jimmy Risk horseshoe pitching expert.
Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are songwriter Sammy Cahn, trumpet player Bobby Hackett, Nathanial Benchley author of "The Visitors" and the tumbling Ashton Family, a foot-juggling act.
Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor Bob Melvin, singers Josephine Premice and Don Francks and author Richard P. Frisbie.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts, guests are actor-singer Robert Goulet, comedian Sandy Baron and hairstylist Jay Sebring.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts; guests are singer Julius LaRosa, actor Arthur Treacher, comedian Fred Smoot, songstress Monique Van Vooren and The Kai Winding Jazz Quartet and "Medicare" is a mislabeled name says Dr. Walter Judd of Minnesota, one of today's guests.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts; guests are comedian Jackie Mason, singer Margaret Whiting, actor Troy Donahue and Dr. William Lynch of St. Margaret's Hospital in Boston and author of "A Marriage Manual For Catholics".
Mike sings "It's a Great Day for the Irish".
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. recites the sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "How Do I Love Thee".
Margaret Whiting sings "Got a Lot of Livin' to Do" and "Try to Remember".
Mike Douglas sings "I Like the Likes of You", "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" and "Sometimes I'm Happy (Sometimes I'm Blue)".
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. performs "A Fine Romance".
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Constance Towers, mentalists Martin St. James and his assistant Leona, singer Brook Benton, singing team of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt, sharpshooter Pete Rademacher and Ben Gross columnist of the New York Daily News.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts, guests are actor Arthur Treacher, entertainer Tessie O'Shea, singer Billy Daniels, pianist Arthur Loesser and Dr. Benjamin Spock.
Pat O'Brien concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Teresa Brewer, composer Richard Rodgers, cartoonist Al Capp, songstress Irene Fontaine, ventriloquist Russ Lewis and his pal Brooklyn, The First Piano Quartet, the U.S. Naval Ceremonial Drill Team and Dr. Jack Mendelson of Boston's Arlington Unitarian Church.
Pat O'Brien co-hosts; guests are Operatic tenor Jan Peerce, actress Jayne Mansfield, singer Sue Bennett, Dr. Waldo Fielding discusses problems of unwed mothers and Boston Fire Chief William Terrend.
Continuing their Boston stint.
Jan Peerce sings "Bluebird of Happiness".
Jayne Mansfield plays the violin.
Pat O'Brien co-hosts; guests are singer Teresa Brewer, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, songstress Carmel Quinn, Joel Hoff and Rose Vivian from Perkins School for the Blind, John A. Volpe, Governor of Massachusetts and Lester Lanin and His Society Dance Orchestra.
Pat O'Brien co-hosts; guests are Frank Dennehy and Bill Dolan, Boston's Singing Policemen, toastmaster George Jessel, pianist Roger Williams, The DeJohn Sisters, dance instructor "Killer" Joe Piro, magician and illusionist Lon Masterson and Coach Red Auerbach and his Boston Celtics basketball team.
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
Frankie Laine concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Ronnie Martin, scientist Dr. John Kelly from the Westinghouse Electric Company, the band of Big Tiny Little and the Wild Ones featuring singer Mary Petite and Dr. Charles Merrill Smith, pastor and author of "How to Become a Bishop Without Being Religious".moreless
Frankie Laine co-hosts; guests are TV personality and actor Dennis James, comedians The Smothers Brothers, singer Kaye Stevens and The Teddie Wilson Trio.
Golf, wrestling, Paul Bunyon, Nat King Cole and word games are topics for today's program.
Frankie Laine co-hosts; guests are actor William Gargan, accordionist Dick Contino, Criminal lawyer Jack W. Ehrlich author of "A Life in My Hands" and Quickdraw experts Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen.
Frankie Laine co-hosts; guests are actress Rose Marie of The Dick Van Dyke Show, comedienne Joan Rivers, comedian Sandy Baron and singing group The Apollos.
Frankie Laine co-hosts; guests are comedian Bob Melvin, singer Frank Sinatra Jr., The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra under the direction of Sam Donahue, trumpet player Charlie Shavers and ex-official of the Black Muslins, Aubrey Barnett.
Eddy Arnold concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, singer Betty Johnson, circus clown Otto Griebling, astrologer Jean Dixon aka "The Capitol Soothsayer" and Washington columnist Kay Halle.
Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, singer Tani Jones, Bonnie Prudden author of "Teenage Fitness" and author Dr. Frank G. Slaughter.
Eddy Arnold co-hosts, guests are comedian Charlie Manna, singer Hank Williams Jr., fashion critic Richard Blackwell and author Nathaniel Benchley.
Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, actor-comedian Jerry Lester, Richard Whalen author of "The Founding Father", Emily Kimbrough author of "Forever Old, Forever New", "Dynamic Demille" highwire artist from the Grotto Circus, plus a mystery guest.
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.
Eva Gabor concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Vic Dana, toastmaster George Jessel, singer Carmen McRae and card expert John Scarne.
Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are actress Nina Foch, actor Ossie Davis and his wife actress Ruby Dee, comic "Droodler" Roger Price and singer Jennie Smith.
Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Jean-Paul Vignon, Jay and the Americans, comedian Marty Ingels, New York dance instructor "Killer" Joe Piro, Dr. Robert Baird discussing narcotics and Fencing instructor Menyhart Kadar of the Western Reserve University.
Everything from fencing to "The Frug" is on today's agenda.
Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are singers Joe and Eddie, the comedy team of Colvin and Wilder, singer-actress Anita Gillette, show biz biographer Maurice Zolotow, Edward Goldfader General Manager of Tracers Corp., Aubrey Barnett, ex-leader of the Black Muslims and author of the Saturday Evening Post article, "The Black Muslims are a Fraud".moreless
Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are folksinger Glenn Yarbrough, Reverend A. Reuben Gornitzka "Pastor to the Stars", comedy team of Ullett and Hendra, The White Sisters, a singing group from the Sisters of Our Lady of Africa and Mrs. Ruth Dickerman Moizuk of Musette Modes, fashions for dogs.
Craig Stevens concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Barbara Feldon, comedy team of Homer and Jethro, writer-poet Charlotte Painter, actress-ballet dancer Taina Elg and Dr. Donald Gallagan, assistant Surgeon General of the United States.
Topics include accents, television commercials, tigers, pregnancy, ballet and water fluoridation.
Craig Stevens co-hosts; guests are singer Kathy Keegan, author and TV critic Cleveland Amory, baritone vocalist Al Hibbler, Bob King, and Ralph Schoenstein author of "Time Lurches On" and "Daddy, What Will You Be When You Grow Up?", plus a surprise guest.
Craig Stevens co-hosts; guests are comedian Adam Keefe, actor George Maharis, singer Vi Belasco, author Betty Friedan and Mr. Irving Pinkel from NASA expert on airplane disaster investigation.
Craig Stevens co-hosts; guests are actor Don DeFore, comedienne writer Selma Diamond, comedian Bob King, stuntman Dick Crockett, music by Marion and Jimmy McPartland and Lissa Charell author of "The Young Divorcees".
Craig Stevens co-hosts; guests are comedian Sandy Baron, actress Gloria DeHaven, John Henry Faulk, author of "Fear on Trail" and decathlon Olympic champ Rafer Johnson.
Roger Williams concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Operatic tenor Jan Peerce, comedian Pat Henry, singer Dionne Warwick, plus surprise guests.
Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are British comedian Gerald Peters, singer Susan Barrett, the singing Brothers Four and Mrs. Fred Tooze, President of the National Women's Christian Temperance Union.
Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are baritone McHenry Boatwright, comedians Colvin and Wilder, singer Liz Seneff with guitarist Fred Albitz and Colin Fletcher author of "The 1000 Mile Summer".
Mike performs the song "Old Buttermilk Sky" a song he recorded when he was with the Kay Kyser Orchestra.
Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are singer Carmel Quinn, comedian-actor Bill Daily, comic Pat Henry and singer Liz Seneff. Mrs. Paul Brown and the "Panel of American Women" in which each participant represents a different racial or religious background.
Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are singer Shani Wallis, actor Roger Smith, comedian-actor Bill Daily and Rabbi Leon Fram. Topics include, Exercise, falling hair styles, Liberace, atheism and television commercials are subject's for discussion on today's show.
George Gobel concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jack Palance, comedienne Dagmar, exercise expert Debbie Drake, Jonah Jones and his musicians and Mrs. Mildred Ehrlich, first vice-president of the Parents Council of Washington.
Overdrinking, professional boxing, exercising, Tarzan and a new social code for teenagers are today's topics.
George Gobel co-hosts; guests are comedienne Dody Goodman, The Mills Brothers, Chaplain Malcolm Boyd the "Express Priest", Champion ping-pong players Dick Miles and Ken Oler and Sue Taylor from Chun King Foods, serving Chinese delicacies, including "Drunken Chicken" and "Duck Tongue Soup".
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.
George Gobel co-hosts; guests are comedian Bill Cosby, actress Celeste Holm, singer Susan Barrett, British pop singers Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde and Marie Walther, 1964 Olympic acrobat team member.
Topics talking to animals, horseback riding, "Cinderella", punchlines and parallel bars.
George Gobel co-hosts; guests are singer Gretchen Wyler, baseball player Jimmy Piersall author of "Fear Strikes Out", Woody Herman and His Orchestra, singer-dancer Johnny Brown and Alistair Maitland, British General Consulate who discusses "Sir Winston Churchill".
Hermione Gingold concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Dina Merrill, actor Cliff Robertson, singer Jerry Vale and singer Felicia Sanders.
Hermione Gingold co-hosts; guests are trombonist Harold Betters and his Band, comedians Gaylord and Holiday, Dr. James E. Doty, author of "Postmark Lambarene - A Visit with Albert Schweitzer" and Dr. Bergen Evans of Northwestern University.
Hermione Gingold co-hosts; guests are actress Sylvia Sidney, comedian Rip Taylor, The Burke Family and author William Cole of "Sex in Christianity & Psychoanalysis".
Mike & Hermione duet with "Hello, Dolly!".
Mike sings "Dear Heart".
Hermione sings "Down at the Old Bull & Bush".
Mike sings "Gigi" and "Put On a Happy Face".
Walter Burke does Yo-Yo tricks, Rock the Cradle, Spin the World etc.
The Burke Family and Mike perform "Skip to My Lou".
The Burke Family do "Dixie" and "The Irish Girl".
Rip Taylor sings "I'm Late" and does his stand-up routine, closing with a medley of "Happy Days Are Here Again", "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "That Old Black Magic".
Mike sings "This Is All I Ask", "They Don't Believe Me" and "Love is Just Around the Corner".
Rip Taylor performs "The Minute Waltz".
Sarah Jo Burke and Dave O'Rourke play a Jazz tune on the flutes.
All the guests play with Yo-Yos.
Hermione Gingold co-hosts, guests are actress Jane Withers, musician Carlos Montoya, comedian Jackie Mason, Charles Mendoza, folksinger-writer Bernard Asbell, trumpeter Joe Pero and Charles Messick and his talking dog Michele.
Hermoine Gingold co-hosts, guests are Tarzan actor Buster Crabbe, Gus Brickner, the Human Polar Bear, singer June Valli, comedian Lee Allen, syndicated columnist Polly Cramer and meterologist Dick Goddard.
Dan Dailey co-hosts; guests are folksinger Nancy Ames, pianist Errol Garner, bandleader Ray Anthony and his "Bookend Revue", Eugene H. Methvin of the Washington bureau of Reader's Digest, author of "Who Reds Make a Riot" and Mary Lou Farbershaw midwest editor of Bride Magazine.
Dan Dailey co-hosts, guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, singer-actress Elaine Stritch, impressionist Rich Little, Gus Augsberg and his Jungle Wonders and Sylvia L. Marks author of "Smoking is for Suckers."
Dan Dailey co-hosts; guests are Lionel Hampton who receives his sixth musical award from Playboy Magazine during today's program, comedian Marty Ingels, New York's KPIX children's performer Carol Corbett and Dr. Charles Edwards of the American Medical Association.
Dan Dailey co-hosts; guests are TV personality George Jessel, musician Gerry Mulligan and Rabbi Sherwin Wine of Birmingham, Michigan.
Dan Dailey co-hosts, guests are song and dance man Danny Meehan from "Funny Girl", the juggling matador Antonio Del Moral, comedian Ish Kabibble who for many years was featured with the Kay Kyser Orchestra and Dr. Rose Franzblau, author of "The Way it is Under Twenty" who will discuss family problems.
Nick Adams co-hosts, guests are singers Jack Haskell and Sue Bennett, singing duo Jackie & Gayle, Major Donald E. Keyhoe, director of National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenna (NICAP) and gynecologist Dr. Waldo Fielding.
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.
Nick Adams co-hosts, guests are comedian Louis Nye, tenor Jan Peerce, actress Sylvia Sydney, comedian Sandy Baron, S. Kan and Bernard Johnson demonstrate Samurai and author Sylvia Marks discusses her latest book "Smoking is for Suckers".
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 character actor Fred Clark, singer Toni Arden, film critic Robert Shelton, The Echos, rock-n-roll group from Hong Kong and a surprise guest.
Topics include divorce, fast living, topless bathing suits, segregation and the limbo.
Betty Johnson co-hosts, guests are comedian Jerry Lester, the Ginny Tiu family song and dance group, Criswell and his predictions, Oscar "The Big O" Robertson star of the Cincinnati Royals and a surprise guest.
Betty Johnson co-hosts, guests are singing duo of Ian and Sylvia Tyson, nightclub owner Robb Joska, breathing teacher Mrs. Estelle Stevens and Mrs. Lee Sleinder author of "Romantic Marriage: The Twentieth Century Illusion".
Variety entertainment with a number of topics including Lady Bird Johnson, stuffed cabbage, marriage, divorce, and breathing.
Betty Johnson co-hosts, guests are singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels, comedian Jerry Vernon, Dr. Marvin Block author of "When is Social Drinking Overdrinking?" and alligator wrestler Al Scasz.
Betty Johnson co-hosts, guests are actor Horace McMahon, comedienne Totie Fields, Satchel Paige with the Harlem Globetrotters, ventriloquist Rick Layne and his friend VelVel and and Kyle Rote former New York Giants football star.
Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt, co-host with a Christmas program.
Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt co-host; guests are actress Mia Farrow of TV's drama Peyton Place, Frank Raines known as "Mr. Echo" speech mimic, Ann Lowe fashion designer and rock-n-roll group The Motions.
Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt co-host, guests are actress Connie Hines, impressionist Frank Raines known as "Mr. Echo" speech mimic and a group of foreign students in the audience discuss their reasons for coming to the United States.
Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt co-host; guests are actor Rick Jason of Combat!, noted mentalist Dunninger, Dolly Martin author of "Taffy's Tips to Teens", Ann Lowe, dress designer for Jacqueline Kennedy and comic Jerry Vernon.
Earl Wrightson & Lois Huntco-host, guests are actor Broderick Crawford, ventriloquist Russ Lewis and his "pal" Brookly, The Village Stompers, Dixieland Jazz band and medical columnist, Dr. Walter Alvarez. Topics include, cleaning "Oscars", moving sidewalks, cholestrol facelifting, wooden dolls and Dixieland Jazz are all part of today's 90 minutes of entertainment.moreless
Bill Cosby completes his co-hosting duties; guests are folksinger Danny Meehan, songstress Betty Johnson, author Dr. Dorothy Finkelhor, wrestling coach Joe Bagala and the singing group The Buffalo Bills.
Bill Cosby does one of his famous "I started out as a child" routines.
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".
Bill Cosby co-hosts; guests are singer Julia Meade, comedian Pat Cooper, singers Bill Henderson and Joe Williams, William G. Schofield, Jim Vaus executive director of Youth Development Inc. and Corby Pleasant from JAX Fashions.
Bill and Mike talk about the book "Bird Lives! The High Life & Hard Times of Charlie (Yardbird) Parker". Mike and Bill clown around and Bill introduces his "Matinee Omelette".
Julia Meade sings "You Do Something to Me".
Bill Henderson sings "I've Got Such Alot of Living to Do" and "Angel Eyes".
Cosby & Henderson duet on the Nonsense Song with jive lyrics.
A women's fashion show is given by Corby Pleasant for JAX fashions.
All join in for a song medley.
Bill Cosby co-hosts; guests are crooner, radio host Smilin' Jack Smith, magician Marshall Brodien, singer Shirley Harmer and Phil Palumbo with some Dixieland plus a surprise guest (Robert Culp).
Bill Cosby co-hosts, guests are vaudeville comedian Jack Pepper, singer Bernice Massi, author Harry Golden, Judo expert Roderick H. Sigward and Angela Demore of the Better Business Bureau.
Eddie Albert concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Della Reese, cartoonist Al Capp creator of "L'il Abner", British comedians Nick and Tony and alligator wrestler Al Scasz.
Eddie Albert co-hosts; guests are folk group Peter, Paul & Mary, the comedy team of Lewis and Christy and nutrition specialist Dr. Frederic Stare.
Eddie Albert co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Della Reese, comedian-actor Bill Cosby, radio & TV announcer Dick Stark and hypnotist Dr. Arthur Ellen.
Eddie Albert co-hosts, guests are singer Teddi King, Broadway producer David Merrick, press agent Jim Moran and pop singers The Four Freshmen.
Eddie Albert sings "Fall Away".
Jim Moran discusses the movie "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home".
Eddie Albert co-hosts, guests are Country singer Roger Miller, impressionist Johnny Costa, radio personality John Henry Faulk, tells how he tried to clear his name of the Communist label, a charge that ruined his career, vocal group The Four Preps and author Carl B. Smith discusses the ability to learn by association with roots of words.
Eddie tells how he met his wife when both were circus performers in Mexico.
Johnny Costa does his imitations of famous pianists.
The Four Preps do a takeoff on The Beatles.
Frankie Laine concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer-model Fran Jeffries and Maxie Rosenbloom, actor & former heavy-weight boxing champion.
Songs performed are, "Shrimp Boats", "Go On With Your Dancing", "'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans", "When The Saints Go Marching In" and "Doesn't She Roll".
Frankie Laine co-hosts, guests are singer-actress Dolores Gray, comedian-song-and-dance man Jerry Lester, Carl B. Smith, author of "Read and Succeed", ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester, Ray McKinley conducts The Glenn Miller Band and Peter McKinney discusses toys operated by battery power.
Songs performed, "Wonderful Wasn't It", ""Hello Dolly", "Your Cheaten Heart", and "Mack The Knife"
Frankie Laine co-hosts, guests are folksinger Rolf Harris, comedian Jackie Vernon and Jim Bishop, author of "A Day in the Life of President Kennedy".
Songs performed are, "September In The Rain" , "Mam'selle", "The Cry Of The Wild Goose", "I Would Do Most Anything For You" and "Rawhide".
Frankie Laine co-hosts, guests are comedienne Totie Fields, Nan Grey better known as Mrs. Frankie Laine, comedian-actor Morey Amsterdam and Roger Conklin.
Songs performed are, "Your Cheatin' Heart" "Mule Train", "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams", "Black And Blue" and "I May Be Wrong".
Frankie Laine co-hosts, guests are comedian-actor Morey Amsterdam from The Dick Van Dyke Show, actor Robert Horton, singer January Jones, comedian Jackie Vernon and cartoonist Al Capp.
Songs performed are, "On The Sunnyside Of The Street", "Shine", "Moonlight Gambler" "That's My Desire" "Go On With Your Dancing" and "By The River St, Marie".
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).
Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts, guests are singer-actor Eddie Albert, comedian Adam Keefe, educator Dr. Albert Burke discusses the Bill of Rights and The Village Singers. Plus a mystery guest.
Eddie Albert sings "Fall Away" and "September Song".
The Village Singers perform "Pretty Momma".
Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts, guests are singer-actress Anita Gillette, actor Jesse White, Scottish actress-singer Ella Logan, billiards champion Willie Masconi and former convict Bill Sands tells how he was expelled from Canada by immigration authorities.
Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts, guests are actress and sister of Gypsy, June Havoc, comedienne Hermione Gingold, singer Wynona Carr, Margaret Drummond and author W. Clement Stone.
Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts, guests are comedy team of Al Fisher & Lou Marks, Jazz singer Marion Montgomery, Bill Adler author of "The Kennedy Wit" discusses the humorous side of Kennedy and Elmer Bursby, an authority on ants, proves that ants have human-like habits.
The Lennon Sisters conclude their co-hosting duties for the week.
The Lennon Sisters co-host, guests are Country singer-actor Randy Boone, sportscaster Joe Garagiola, Jazz vocalist Jean Turner and Dr. Margaret Galton.
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 Lennon Sisters co-host, guests are TV personality Henry Morgan, singer Gisele Mackenzie, folksinger-actor Theodore Bikel, comedian Paul Gilbert, model-author Candy Johnson and trumpet player Dick Cathcart.
Giselle sings "Heartaches".
Candy Johnson dances the "Swim".
The Lennon Sisters co-host, guests are singer Mel Torme, songstress Gisele Mackenzie, comedian Paul Gilbert, publisher Don Allen and etiquette expert Amy Vanderbilt.
Rudy Vallee co-hosts, guests are comedian Alan King, entertainer Tessie O'Shea, also known as "Two Ton Tessie", reflecting her bulk and girth, Count Marco, controversial columnist for The Chronicle and Dr. David Leighninger.
Rudy Vallee co-hosts, guests are actor Robert Vaughn, comedian Dick Gregory, French singer Jean Paul Vignon and author of "The Late Liz" and the album "God Isn't Dead" Evangelist Gertrude Behanna.
Rudy Vallee co-hosts, guests are Sister Jacqueline Grennan of the Order of the Sisters of Loretto, singer Anita Bryant returns for a second day as does comedian-actor Bill Daily and Professor Julius Sumner Miller, physicst and best friend and colleague of Albert Einstein.
Rudy Vallee co-hosts, guests are singer Anita Bryant talks about her tour with Guy Lombardo's band, comedian-actor Bill Daily demonstrates household uses of scientific discoveries, Cleveland Brown football star Jim Brown talks about his book "Off My Chest", The Martin Brothers and Dean Chance of the Los Angeles Angels demonstrates his pitching form and a Necchi sewing machine demonstration.
Rudy Vallee co-hosts, guests are singer Roberta Sherwood, comedian-actor Bill Daily, folksingers The Simon Sisters and Dr. Frederick Stare, author of "Sense and Nonsense about Nutrition".
Anna Maria Alberghetti concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedic actor Jerry Van Dyke, lawyer Melvin Belli and author David Solomon.
Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts; guests are comedian Norm Crosby, The Brandywine Singers and Dr. Lester Coleman.
Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts, guests are folksinger-musician Leon Bibb, folksingers The Simon Sisters, magician Don Alan, columnist Polly Cramer, writer Max Shulman and Miles Benadum demonstrates the "air car".
Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts, guests are dancer Marge Champion, comedian Norm Crosby, The Kirby Stone Four, snake handler Mike Turnaukas milks a snake and Dr. Samuel Goodstone author of "The Doctor Has a Heart Attack".
Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts, guests are actor Elliott Gould, vaudevillian John Bubbles, humorist Harry Herschfield, Senator Wendell H. Ford and author Robert Rimmer.
Gale Storm concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actor Bill Hayes, astrologer Sybil Leek and The Kirby Stone Four.
Gale Storm co-hosts, guests are actor Mischa Auer, comedian Jackie Mason, singer Patrice Munsel, folksinger Tom Glazer, Jazz singer Penny Metropolis and Genevieve Dariaux author of "Elegance".
Penny sings "Little Girl Blue".
Gale Storm co-hosts, guests are comedienne Totie Fields, singer Jimmy Rosselli, fitness expert Bonnie Prudden and Paul Molloy author of "Pennant for the Kremlin".
Gale Storm co-hosts, guests are TV personality George Jessel, singer-author Margaret Truman, Baseball pitcher Bob Wright and Hillel Black author of "Buy Now, Pay Later".
Gale Storm co-hosts, guests are comedy team of Ford and Hines, John Noble, Paul Keller and social critic Marya Mannes.
Rhonda Fleming co-hosts, guests are actor Edmund O'Brien, dancer-actress Olga San Juan, comedian George Kirby and mail order king Joe E. Cossman.
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.
Rhonda Fleming co-hosts, guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, comic humorist Harry Hershfield, songstress Gigi Galon, Mrs. Fernande Garvin offers how to cook French style and Cliff Williamson demonstrates the new 'Picture TV phones.
Rhonda Fleming co-hosts, guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, guitarist Les Paul, actor Bruce Miller and hairstylist Ernie Adler.
Rhonda Fleming co-hosts, guests are actor Raymond Massey who reads "The Worth of Medicine", singer Marguerite Piazza, George Shearing Quintet and Dr. Walter Jacob fo the New Jersey training school for the Mentally Retarded Children says new drugs offer hope.
Dorothy Louden co-hosts, guests are actor Gig Young and introduces his wife Victoria Shaw, comedian Adam Keefe, attorney Melvin Belli, former defense counsel for Jack Ruby and Ambassador Biddle Duke, U.S. Chief of Protocol Angier tells about the intricate details involved when planning the State funeral for the late President Kennedy.
Dorothy Loudon co-hosts; guests are pop singer Ed Ames and songstress Sarah Vaughan.
Dorothy Louden co-hosts, guests are actor Roger Smith sings and plays guitar, Petticoat Junction actresses Pat Woodell, Jeannine Riley and Linda Kaye offer Mike an autographed petticoat, press agent Jim Moran reveals his solution to problem marriages, Fred Cook author of "The FBI Nobody Knows" and members of the Garfield Heights High School Marching Band.
Dorothy Louden co-hosts, guests are songstress Sarah Vaughan, actress Nina Foch, comedian Buddy Lester offers "Just a Little Bit of Africa" and a Jazz pianist will be a surprise guest.
Dorothy Louden co-hosts, guests are comic actor Phil Foster, singer Johnny Nash, exercise expert Debbie Drake and author George Johnson.
Johnny Desmond co-hosts, guests are actress Caroline Richter, Jazz musician Jonah Jones and comic Billy Hands.
Johnny Desmond co-hosts, guests are comedian Morey Amsterdam, actress-model Ann Marie, TV critic Cleveland Amory talks about his work with the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Dr. Paul P. Mok talks about parenthood.
Ann Marie sings "Make Someone Happy".
Johnny Desmond co-hosts, guests are TV personality Regis Philbin, actor Brock Peters, comedian Morey Amsterdam and trumpeter Jonah Jones.
Johnny Desmond co-hosts, guests are French singer Jean-Pierre Aumont, actor-comedian Mickey Manners discusses his role in "Many Happy Returns", singer-actress Susan Barrett presents impressions and the 1965 Ice Capades Stars.
Johnny Desmond co-hosts, guests are TV personality George Jessel, French actress Denise Darcel and Lucho Navarro does sound effects.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts, guests are Jazz trombone player Harold Betters, comedy team of Colvin & Wilder, singer Gale Garnett and James Mangan claims to own oter space and offers passports to outer space.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts, guests are TV personality George Jessel, Opera singer Blanche Thebom, singing duo of Chad and Jeremy, comedian Yonely and child therapist Dr. Eleanor Weisberger.
Phyllis cooks her "Garbage Soup"
Blanche Thebom sings "Mother Machree"
Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are The Nurses actress Shirl Conway, gossip columnist Doris Lilly author of "How to Marry a Millionaire" and ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and his dummy Danny O'Day.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts, guest is bandleader Xavier Cugat.
Phyllis Diller co-hosts, guests are actor Danny Thomas, singer Bob Eberly and radio personality Bob Hagen.
June Allyson co-hosts, guests are actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr., comedian Tim Conway, vocalist Diahn Williams, actor-comedian Shelley Berman and author Simeon Booker discusses "Black Man's America".
June Allyson co-hosts; guests are actors Charlton Heston and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. and comedian Shelley Berman.
June Allyson co-hosts, guests are singer-actress Della Reese, guitarist Glenn Maxwell, Max Wylie author of "Gift of Janice", hairstylist Ernie Adler, Pele Tiki and the Hawaiians, Miss Sweet Sixteen of America and films from School for the Blind.
June Allyson co-hosts, guests are tenor Richard Tucker, actress Nancy Walker, comedian-actor Bill Daily, comedian Will Jordan, football star Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns, Lou Groza shows how he kicks the football for his extra points record and Eric Renner, representative of International Guiding Eye, talks about the organization's work in training seeing eye dogs.
June Allyson co-hosts, guests are comedian-actor Bill Daily, comedian Jerry Lester, burlesque queen Ann Corio star of "This Was Burlesque", Helen Gurley Brown author of "Sex and the Office" and hairstylist Ernie Adler.
Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts, guests are actor Robert Vaughn of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", comedian Adam Keefe and singer January Jones.
Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts, guests are actor Brian Kelly of Flipper, actress Kathy Nolan of Broadside, composer-musician Stan Freeman, comedy team of Curtiss and Tracey and Dr. Arthur Cain author of "Down With Alcoholics Anonymous".
Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts, guests are actor James Shigeta, comedians Pat Harrington Jr. and Lenny Kent, author Herman Krimmel, guitarist Lenny Breau and The McCleverly Jazz Group.
Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts, guests are singer-actress Barbara McNair, singer Margaret Truman, Dr. Robert Baird author of "Narcoticsville" and Marimba player Jose Bethencourt.
Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts, guests are comic actor Bill Dana, musician Carlos Montoya, director Larry Peerce, film producer Sam Weston and comedy team Rowan and Martin.
Paul Lynde concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV Personality George Jessel, actors Vince Howard and Dennis Weaver.
Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are actor Paul Richards, singer Gisele Mackenzie and boxer Don Fullmer.
Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are comedienne Dody Goodman, singer John Gary and pianist Teddy Wilson.
Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are actor Clu Gulager, humorist Jonathan Miller and Jazz singer Marilyn Burroughs.
Paul Lynde co-hosts, guests are Jazz singer Ethel Ennis, actor Jesse Pearson and musician Ronnie Martin.