The Perry Como Show

Season 13 Episode 28

April 19, 1961

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April 19, 1961
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Perry's guests are Martha Raye, Milburn Stone and Golf Pro Gary Player. Highlights: Perry & Martha Raye duet on "My Blue Heaven". The Orchestra perform "Gunsmoke Theme". Perry with the Ray Charles Singers & Peter Gennaro Dancers perform "Turn Back the Pages". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey" and "Italian Street Song". The Mitch Ayres Orchestra performs "Hearts and Flowers", "William Tell Overture" and "Down South". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Song of The Vagabonds". The Orchestra performs "Off To Albany". The Ray Charles Singers sing "My Hero". Perry and the Ray Charles Singers sing "That’s Entertainment". Martha Raye & Milburn Stone sing "How Could You Believe Me". The Orchestra does a Medley of "Give My Regards To Broadway", "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes", "Give My Regards to Broadway", "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes", "California Here I Come" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes". Perry sings "That Old Feeling" and "Someday I’ll Find You". Martha sings "Love Nest". Perry sings "Perfect Song". Martha sings "Poor Butterfly". Perry sings "Toselli’s Serenade". Martha Raye & Perry duet on "Little Orphan Annie". Perry sings "Love In Bloom". Martha sings "Smoke Dreams". Perry & Martha duet on "Manhattan Merry-Go-Round". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Turn Back the Pages". Perry with the Ray Charles Singers sing "You Were Meant For Me", "My Ideal" and "When Your Lover Has Gone". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless

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