The Perry Como Show

Season 13 Episode 16

January 18, 1961

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Aired Unknown Jan 18, 1961 on NBC
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January 18, 1961
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Perry's guests are Gwen Verdon, George Gobel, Paul Anka and Milt Kamen. Highlights: Perry, George and Gwen do "Espana Cani". Perry sings "Alone Together". All join in for "I Feel a Song Coming On". Perry with George Gobel, Gwen Verdon, & Dancers perform "Flamboyenco". Perry & George Gobel duet on "Little White Duck". Perry sings "Alone Together". Gwen Verdon & Dancers dance to "Doodle Town Fifers". Paul Anka with Dancers perform "I Cant Give You Anything But Love". Gwen Verdon & Dancers perform "Mambo Jubilo" and "Wistful Waltz". Perry with Paul Anka perform "Blue Moon". Paul Anka sings "Diana". Gwen Verdon And Paul Anka perform "You Gotta Have Heart". Paul Anka sings "Put Your Head On My Shoulder". George Gobel & Paul Anka duet on "When the Red, Red Robin". Perry with All the Guests sing "My Home Town". George Gobel and Choir do "The Moonlight Is Bright Tonight" and "Sing To Me Mr C". Perry sings "All By Myself", "There Never Was A Night So Beautiful" and "When I Grow Too Old To Dream". Paul Anka sings "Puppy Love" and "Story Of My Love". The Choir sings "Hallelujah". Perry with George Gobel sing "You Don’t Want My Love". All join in for "I Feel A Song Coming On". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless

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    Gwen Verdon

    Gwen Verdon

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    George Gobel

    George Gobel

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    Paul Anka

    Paul Anka

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    Ray Charles Singers

    Ray Charles Singers

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    The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

    The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

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