Perry's guests are singers Tony Bennett, Teresa Brewer, Carol Ralph and The Four Lads.
Perry solos with "When You're Smiling", "When I Fall in Love" and "You Came a Long Way From St. Louis".
Perry gives a special nod to his summer replacements Teresa Brewer, Tony Bennett and The Four Lads.
Perry's guests are actor Andy Griffith, singer Betty Johnson, songwriter Nacio Herb Brown and a special visit from Gov. David Lawrence who informs Perry that Pittsburgh has named a street after him - "Como Lane".
Andy Griffith sings "Tomorrow Morning".
Betty Johnson joins Perry for a round of composer Herb Brown's hits including "You Were Meant For Me", "You Are My Lucky Star" and "Singin' In the Rain".
Perry's guests are entertainer Gisele MacKenzie, dog trainer Bob Williams and his dog Louie, singer Carol Hughes and lyricist Dorothy Fields.
Gisele and Perry duet to "Have You Ever Been Lonely".
Perry introduces high school junior Carol Hughes for "All or Nothing At All".
Bob Williams with his dog Louie performs some obedient tricks.
Dorothy Fields gets the nod and a round of her best songs including her first "I Can't Give You Anything But Love".
Perry's guests are singer Kay Starr, comic Dave King, lyricist Howard Dietz and singer Enzo Stuarti.
Enzo Stuarti sings some of Howard Dietz's famous lyrices like "Dancing in the Dark", "That's Entertainment" and "Moanin' Low".
Howard Dietz himself sings one of his early hits "Hammacher Schlemmer I Love You".
Dave King with a comic monologue spoofing actors playing dying scenes.
Perry's guests are actor Don Ameche, dancer Carol Haney, singer Joni James and comic Jackie Miles.
Carol Haney dances to "Pink Shoe Laces".
Perry's ode to Mother's Day with "No Well on Earth".
A comic monologue from Jackie Miles.
Perry's guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, singer Jane Morgan, composer Johnny Burke and The Four Freshmen.
Jane Morgan sings "Stay Out of Paree".
The Four Freshmen perform "Somebody Loves Me" and "Love Lost".
Perry sings a medley and winds up with "Swinging on a Star".
Perry's guests are Julius LaRosa, Eydie Gorme and Fernandel.
Eydie Gorme sings "It Was Just One of Those Things".
Julius LaRose sings "In Times Like These".
Fernandel does a hilarious sketch about a man who happens to overhear a conversation about himself.
Perry Como solos with "Stardust" and all three join forces for a singing salute to guest composer E.Yip Harburg.
Perry's guests are Opera star Patrice Munsel, singer Tony Bennett, pianist Lorin Hollander and Max Hollander and composer Sammy Fain.
Patrice Munsel performs an aria from Menotti's "The Telephone".
14year old piano prodigy Lorin Hollander performs "Etude in C Minor" (Chopin) and "The Flight of the Bumble Bee".
Tony Bennett sings "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans" and "Wonderful One".
Composer Sammy Fain at the piano plays "I'll Be Seeing You", "I Can Dream Can't I" and "April Love".
Perry's guests are actor Louis Jourdan, singer Peggy King, dancer Eddie Foy Jr., The Teddy Bears (with Phil Spector) and lyricist Harold Arlen.
Louis Jourdan sings "Hooray For Love".
Peggy King sings "Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe".
The Teddy Bears perform "To Know Him is to Love Him".
Plus some wonderful Harold Arlen numbers like "Stormy Weather", "Get Happy" and "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" with Arlen at the piano.
Perry's guests are actor Andy Griffith, actress Pier Angeli, singer Helen O’Connell and the Look All-American football team who sing.
Pier Angeli and Perry sing Italian folk songs with "Funiculi, Funicula" and "Santa Lucia".
Pier solos with "Souvenir D'Italie".
Andy Griffith sings "Be Kind to Husbands".
Helen O'Connell sings "You Showed Me the Way" and "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone".
Everybody joins Perry in some college songs.
Perry closes with "Prayer for Peace".
Perry's guests are singer Burl Ives, ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, dancer Ann Miller and piano duo Ferrante and Teicher.
Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy who is still looking for a glamorous date.
Burl Ives joins Perry in folk songs.
Ann Miller makes a splash with "Madame Crimatone" surround by a troup of male dancers.
Perry solos with "There Goes My Heart" and "I'm Sitting On Top of the World".
Ferrante & Teicher perform two original compostions: 1)Va-Va Voom and 2) African Echoes. BOTH performances featured Ferrante & Teicher performing on their twin 9' Steinways and included their "gimmicks". The pianos were stuffed full of wedges, chains, metal and masonite strips....all adding strange sound effects as they played. They commonly referred to this as their "Prepared-pianos".