The Perry Como Show

Season 13 Episode 10

December 7, 1960

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December 7, 1960
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Perry's guests are Juliet Prowse, Steve Lawrence, Milt Kamen and The Kingston Trio. Highlights: Perry & Company perform "Round and Round". Juliet with Male Dancers performs "Take a Tour", "Broadway Rhythm", "The Rain in Spain" and "Tonight, Tonight". Perry sings "Violets for Your Furs". The Kingston Trio sing "They Call the Wind Mariah". The Male Dancers perform to "The Untouchables" theme. Steve sings "Chicago" and "Night and Day". Perry, Steve & The Kingston Trio perform "Legend of Wyatt Earp", "Have Gun Will Travel" and "Ballad of Palladin". Steve and Male Dancers perform "Bat Masterson". Perry & Steve duet on "Bonanza". The Kingston Trio and Male Dancers perform "The Rebel". Perry, Steve & Trio with Male Dancers perform "Maverick" and "Quick on the Draw". "Sing to Me Mr. C" theme sung by Eydie Gorme (out of vision). Perry sings "Nice 'n Easy", "The Very Thought of You" and "That Old Devil Moon". Perry and Steve sing back and forth with the following songs: Steve sings "New York, New York". Perry sings "Way Back Home". Steve sings "Forty Second Street". Perry sings "A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet". Steve sings "New York's My Home". Perry sings "Carolina in the Morning". Steve sings "Manhattan". Perry sings "When It's Sleepy Time Down South". Steve sings "Lullaby of Broadway". Perry sings "Dear Hearts and Gentle People". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless

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    Juliet Prowse

    Juliet Prowse

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    Steve Lawrence

    Steve Lawrence

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    Guest Star

    Milt Kamen

    Milt Kamen

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    Guest Star

    Ray Charles Singers

    Ray Charles Singers

    Themselves

    Recurring Role

    Peter Gennaro Dancers

    Peter Gennaro Dancers

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    The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

    The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

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