The Perry Como Show - Season 12

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Episode Guide

  • June 1, 1960
    June 1, 1960
    Episode 31
    6/1/60
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    Perry's guests are actor David McLean, singer Donald Stewart and French singer Genevieve.

    Highlights:
    Perry opens with "Dream Along With Me".
    Perry & the Ray Charles Singers open with "June is Bustin' Out All Over".
    Ray Charles Singers sing "Tenderly".
    Ray Charles Singers & Louis Da Pron Dancers perform "Lonesome Road".
    Louis Da Pron Dancers dance to "Peg O' My Heart".
    Perry sings "My Melancholy Baby".
    Donald Stewart sings "I Belong to Glasgow".
    Mitchell Ayres Orchestra with Tony Mottola & Guitar Group perform "Carioca".
    Mitchell Ayres Orchestra does a medley with "Persuasive Percussion", "Blues in the Night", "In a Persian Market", "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing", "Dearly Beloved" and "Mambo Jambo".
    The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".

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  • May 25, 1960
    May 25, 1960
    Episode 30
    5/25/60
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    Perry's guests are Carol Lawrence, Don Adams, Genevieve and the Crosby Brothers. Highlights: Perry & the Ray Charles Singers perform "Lucky Day". Perry sings "It Had to Be You". Genevieve sings "When The World Was Young". Perry sings "All or Nothing At All". Carol Lawrence and the Male dancers do "This Is All Very New To Me". Perry with the Crosby Brothers perform "And the Green Grass Grows All Around", "Zing A Little Zong", "Mamselle" and "Dinah". The Ray Charles Singers sing "There Playing Our Song". Perry sings "You Turned the Tables On Me". Genevieve sings "Mademoiselle De Paris". Carol Lawrence with the Crosby Brothers perform "Tea for Two Cha Cha Cha". Perry & company sing "Country Style". Perry sings "When You Come To the End Of The Day" and "Where the Blue of the Night". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • May 18, 1960
    May 18, 1960
    Episode 29
    5/18/60
    0.0
    Perry's guests are Della Reese, Edie Adams, Ray Walston and Jose Greco and his troupe of Spanish dancers.
  • May 11, 1960
    May 11, 1960
    Episode 28
    5/11/60
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    Perry's guests are Johnny Carson, Genevieve, Roger Williams and Toni Arden. Highlights: Perry with the Ray Charles Singers and Louis DaPron dancers performs "Alexander's Ragtime Band". Perry sings "How Deep is the Ocean?" Genevieve with the Ray Charles Singers sings "Paris Canaille". Perry & Genevieve duet on "Hi Lili" and "Play a Simple Melody". Perry and the dancers perform "Cheek to Cheek". Toni Arden sings "Sand in My Shoe" and "Non Ti Scordar Di Me". Roger Williams performs a medley of "La Montana", "Hungarian Rhapsody", "Cumana", "Ritual Fire Dance", "Somebody Loves Me", "Flight of the Bumblebee", "I Know That You Know", "The Rustle of Spring", "Let's Fall in Love" and "Spring Song". The Ray Charles Singers perform "Say it With Music". Perry sings "Blue Skies". Roger does "I Love a Piano". Toni Arden sings "Let's Face the Music". The Louis DaPron dancers perform to "Top Hat with Tie and Tails". Perry & Toni duet on "You're Just in Love". Perry, Toni and the Ray Charles Singers perform "White Christmas". Johnny Carson sings "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning". The Male singers do "This is the Army". Perry sings "Say It Isn't So". Genevieve sings "You Can't Get a Man with a Gun". Roger performs "Remember". The Ray Charles Singers do "Easter Parade". Toni sings "All Alone". The Louis DaPron Dancers perform to "Heat Wave". Perry sings "Always". The Ray Charles Singers perform "There's No Business Like Show Business". All join in for "God Bless America". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • May 4, 1960
    May 4, 1960
    Episode 27
    5/4/60
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    Perry's guests are Steve McQueen, Neile Adams, Kay Starr and The Wiere Brothers. Highlights: Perry with the Ray Charles Singers and Louis DaPron dancers perform "Be A Clown". The Orchestra performs "Entrance of the Gladiators". Perry sings "Smile". The Wiere Brothers perform a medley with "Irish Washerwoman", "Ach Du Lieber Augustin", "Turkey in the Straw", "On the Trail", "Tom Dooley", "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" amd "The Weeping Willow". Kay Starr sings "C'est Magnifique". Kay and four male singers perform "Glad Rag Doll" and "Wedding Bells are Breaking Up that Old Gang of Mine". The Girl singers perform "It Takes All Kinds of Smiles". The Ray Charles singers do "I Could Write a Book". Neile Adams with Male Dancers perform "This Could Be the Start of Something Big". Kay Starr with Perry sings "You’re My Sugar". Steve McQueen with Singers & Dancers performs "It's a Quiet Town". The Ray Charles Singers perform "Mother". Perry sings "Here's to My Lady". The Male singers do "You Remind Me of My Mother" and "I Want a Girl". Perry sings "No Well on Earth" and "When You Come To the End of the Day". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • April 27, 1960
    April 27, 1960
    Episode 26
    4/27/60
    0.0
    Perry Como's first show on foreign soil as he visits London, England for his program. Perry’s announcer Frank Gallop also went along for the trip. Perry tours the city, chats with a cabbie and with some cockneys, watches a ballet at Covent Garden, visits the pub 'Ye Olde Bull and Bush', is guided through Woburn Abbey, the Duke’s ancestral home, and ends up at a BBC studio before an audience of Londoners. Ray Charles directs a choir of British voices. Mitchell Ayres conducts the orchestra. Perry's impressive guests are Sir Ralph Richardson, Dame Margot Fonteyn, Michael Somes, comedienne Fenella Fielding, comedian Harry Secombe, pianist Russ Conway and the Duke of Bedford. Highlights: Perry sings "Where or When". The Choir performs "Let’s See London". Perry sings "It’s a Lovely Day Today" and "I Love You". Margot Fonteyn peforms "Sleeping Beauty". Michael Somes does "Drinking Song". All join in for "Cruising Down the River". The Choir sings "Greensleeves". Perry sings "I’m Sitting on Top of the World", "When I Fall in Love", "Delaware", "If", "Now is the Hour".moreless
  • April 13, 1960
    April 13, 1960
    Episode 25
    4/13/60
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    Perry's guests are Dorothy Collins, Ann Thomas, Arnold Palmer, The Lennon Sisters, puppeteers Bill and Cora Baird and Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang. Highlights: Perry sings "It's Easter Time" and "Cocktails for Two". The Lennon Sisters sing "Swingin' on a Star". Perry sings "Young at Heart". Dorothy Collins sings "How High the Moon". Perry sings "Too Young". Dorothy with the Singers perform "Tinterella di Luna". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Storybook Land". Dorothy sings "Someday My Prince Will Come". The Lennon Sisters perform "I Dreamed". The Louis DaPron dancers perform "Pizzicato Polka". Dorothy sings "Tweedlee Dee". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • April 6, 1960
    April 6, 1960
    Episode 24
    4/6/60
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    Perry's guests are Eve Arden, Sarah Vaughan, the comedy team of Allen & Rossi and The Piero Brothers. Highlights: Perry with Male Singers & Dancers performs "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". The Female Singers perform "Six Months Out of Every Year". Perry sings "All of Me". Eve Arden with Ernie Sadler, Female Singers & Dancers perform "Don't Be a Woman if You Can". Steve Rossi does "The Song is You". Marty Allen does "Peter Gunn Theme". Allen & Rossi perform "It's Howdy Doody Time" "Let's Face the Music and Dance". Perry sings "More Than You Know". The Piero Brothers perform "Hungarian Dance". Sarah Vaughn sings "Just One of Those Things" and "Eternally". The Ray Charles Singers perform "We Get Letters Theme". Perry sings "When You're Smiling" and "Hello, Young Lovers" . Perry & Company perform "At the Moving Pictures Ball ". Rossi & Allen do "Hooray for Hollywood". The Ray Charles Singers do "You Ought to be In Pictures". Eve Arden & Sarah Vaughn duet on "Stereophonic Sound". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • March 31, 1960
    March 31, 1960
    Episode 23
    3/31/60
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    Perry's guests are Peter Lawford, Jane Morgan, Elaine Dunn and The Four Lads. Highlights: Perry With Full Company performs "County Fair". Perry sings "C'est Magnifique". Perry with Jane Morgan sings' "Relax-ay-voo". Jane Morgan sings "It’s So Nice to Have a Man Around the House", "Make the Man Love Me" and "You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To". Perry sings "It Could Happen To You" and "South of the Border". Elaine Dunn With Singers And Dancers perform "First Prize at The Fair". The Four Lads sing "Goona Goona". Perry and the Four Lads perform "Down By the Riverside". Perry with the Ray Charles Singers performs "Without A Song". Perry sings "When You Come To the End of the Day". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • March 23, 1960
    March 23, 1960
    Episode 22
    3/23/60
    10
    Perry's guests are Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Martyn Green and Don Adams. Highlights: Perry with Singers & Dancers performs "It's a Big Wide Wonderful World". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Spring is the Time". Louis DaPron Dancers & Orchestra perform "Carousel Waltz". Perry sings "Beyond the Sea". Steve sings "Lazy River". Eydie sings "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" and "Bye, Bye Blackbird" . Perry sings "Eternally". Steve & Eydie duet on "Side By Side". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Rio Rita". The Orchestra performs "Old Man River". Eydie sings "Can't Help Lovin' dat Man". Steve sings "Love Me or Leave Me". The Male singers perform "Stranger in Paradise". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Baubles, Bangles & Beads". Perry sings "Almost Like Being In Love". Martyn sings "Everyday Is Ladies Day". Louis DaPron Dancers perform "Liza". Perry with Steve & Eydie sing "Bye, Bye Baby". The Ray Charles Singers perform "I've Told Every Little Star". Perry sings "The Song Is You". The Ray Charles Singers sing "Wintergreen for President". All join in for "Of Thee I Sing". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • March 16, 1960
    March 16, 1960
    Episode 21
    3/16/60
    10
    Perry's guests are Bing Crosby, Genevieve and Peter Gennaro. Highlights: Bing and Perry sing "In the Cool Cool Cool of the Evening". and "On Behalf of the Visiting Fireman". The Orchestra performs "Fanfare". Perry and Bing duet on "Yes We have no Bananas" and "Aba Dabba Honeymoon". Bing sings "I'm Just Wild about Animal Crackers". Perry sings "Barney Google". Perry and Bing do a medley with "Collegiate", "Constantinople" and "Crazy Words Crazy Tunes". Bing sings "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More". Bing and Perry perform "Ice Cream". Perry sings "Boola, Boola". Perry and Bing duet on "Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen". The Orchestra performs "American in Paris". Genevieve with Singers and Dancers perform "That’s What Makes Paris Paree". Genevieve sings "Heart of Paris". Genevieve & Perry duet on 'C'est Si Bon". The Orchestra performs "The Irish Washerwoman". Genevieve with Singers performs "Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder?" Bing with the Ray Charles Singers performs "MacNamara's Band". Bing and Perry sing "Toora Loora Loora". All join in for "Dear Old Donegal" and "It's a Great Day for the Irish". Peter Gennaro performs "Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home". Ray Charles Singers sing "I Got the Sun in the Morning". Perry & Bing do a medley with "Sing Sing Sing", "Ma Blushing Rosie" and "I Hear Music". Perry sings "Oh How I Hate to Get up in the Morning". Bing sings "Here Comes the Sun". Perry sings "Blue Skies". Bing sings "It's a Lovely Day Today". Perry sings "Breezing Along with the the Breeze". Perry and Bing do a medley with "Lets Get Away from It All", "Back in Your Own Back Yard", "Mountain Greenery", "Aren’t You Glad You're You" and "When I Take My Sugar to Tea". Bing sings "At Sundown". Perry sings "My Blue Heaven". Perry & Bing sing "Moonlight Bay". Bing sings "When the Blue of the Night". Perry & Bing sing "Let's Put Out the Lights and Go to Sleep". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • March 9, 1960
    March 9, 1960
    Episode 20
    3/9/60
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    Perry's guests are Frankie Avalon, Bob Denver, Gisele MacKenzie and Margaret Ann and the Ja-Da Quartet. Highlights: Perry sings "To Know You is to Love You". Gisele MacKenzie sings "The Piper of Dunee". Perry sings "You’ll Never Walk Alone". Margaret Ann & the Ja-Da Quartet perform "When that Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam" and "Alabany Bound". Frankie Avalon with Girl Singers sings "Avalon". Frankie with Singers perform "Let Me Love You" and "Don’t Throw Away all those Teardrops". Frankie & Perry duet on "By the Light of the Silvery Moon". Gisele MacKenzie with Perry & Singers do "Winnipeg". Gisele sings "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans", "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" and "Manhattan". Perry with Men Singers sing "Peg O’ my Heart". Gisele with Perry & Singers perform "All the Way". Ray Charles Singers perform "Delaware", "Oklahoma" and "They’re Singing Our Song". Perry sings "They Can't Take that Away from Me". Ray Charles Singers perform "Our Song/Sweet Sixteen". Perry sings "Sweet Sixteen" and "That Old Black Magic". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • March 2, 1960
    March 2, 1960
    Episode 19
    3/2/60
    0.0
    Perry's guests are Robert Morse, Nancy Walker, Theodore Bikel, Carol Lawrence and Pat Benton. Highlights: Perry sings "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues". Robert Morse with Pat Benton perform "I Would Die". Theodore Bikel performs "Two Brothers". Perry with Singers & Dancers does "Hava Nagila". Theodore Bikel with Perry duet on "Molly Malone". All join in for "All Night Supermarket" and "Hi Neighbour". Carol Lawrence sings "Mangoes". Nancy Walker sings "I Can Cook Too". Theodore Bikel performs "Potatoes". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • February 24, 1960
    February 24, 1960
    Episode 18
    2/24/60
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    Perry's guests are Kay Starr, Bert Lahr and The Mills Brothers. Highlights: Perry sings "That's Entertainment" and "Smile". Bert Lahr sings "Old Fashioned Girl". The Mills Brothers do a medley with "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You", "Goodbye Blues" and "Sleepy Time Gal". Perry sings "So In Love". Bert Lahr does the "Whiffenpoof Song". Ray Charles Singers sing "Kaye's Lament". Kay sings "You Always Hurt the One You Love". Perry, Kay & Mills Brothers do "Opus One". All join in for "That's Entertainment". The Mills Brothers sing "Lazy River". Bert Lahr sings "Friendship". Kay Starr does "The Wheel of Fortune". Perry performs "When You Come to the End of the Day". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • February 10, 1960
    February 10, 1960
    Episode 17
    2/10/60
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    Perry's guests are Raymond Massey, Dorothy Collins and The Kingston Trio. Highlights: Perry sings "Be My Love" and "My Funny Valentine". Perry with Singers and Dancers perform "Love is Sweeping the Country". Perry with Dancers perform "It Had to be You". Perry with Dorothy Collins duet on "Beyond the Sea" and "Hooray for Love". Dorothy with Ray Charles Singers performs a medley with "What is this Thing Called Love?", "Love is the Sweetest Thing", "But Beautiful", "Love is a Many Splendored Thing", "Love is a Simple Thing", "Love is the Reason" and "Baciare, Baciare". The Kingston Trio perform "Cory, Cory", "Tom Dooley" and "El Matador". Perry with Raymond Massey performs "Blue Tail Fly". Ray Charles Singers sing "They’re Playing Our Song", "How About Another?" and "Battle Hymn of the Republic". The Orchestra performs "You Are Never Far Away From Me" and "Love is Sweeping the Country".moreless
  • February 3, 1960
    February 3, 1960
    Episode 16
    2/3/60
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    Perry's guests are Kaye Ballard, Birgit Nilsson, Jaye P. Morgan and Carol Haney. Highlights: Perry with Singers, Dancers & Guests perform "Girls". Perry sings "A Fellow Needs a Girl". Perry with Carol, Kaye & Jaye sing "In the Evening by the Moonlight". Jaye with Ray Charles Singers sing "Down by the Old Mill Stream" and "St Louis Blues". Perry with Singers does "It All Depends On You". Kaye sings "Eternally" and "The Old, Old Tunes". Carol with Buzz Miller dance "Country Style". Birgit Nilsson sings "Leibestod ( Act II Tristan and Isolde)". Perry with Ray Charles Singers and Guests perform "Merry Widow". Perry sings "Girls Girls Girls", "I'm Going to Maxims", "Romance" and "I Love You So". The Orchestra closes with "Fanfares".moreless
  • January 27, 1960
    January 27, 1960
    Episode 15
    1/27/60
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    Perry's guests are Don Adams and Frank D’Rone. Highlights: Perry with Singers and Dancers perform "Acapulco". Perry sings "June in January". Perry with Singers perform "Delaware". Frank D’Rone performs "Will You Still be Mine" and "Joey, Joey, Joey". Perry sings "That’s What I Like". Perry with Ray Charles Singers performs "Alexanders Ragtime Band", "Where or When" and "Village of St. Bernadette".moreless
  • January 20, 1960
    January 20, 1960
    Episode 14
    1/20/60
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    Perry's guests are Lena Horne, Corbett Monica and Robert Horton. Highlights: Ray Charles Singers perform "Commuters Blues". Perry sings "I’ll String Along With You", "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" and "Old Devil Moon". Lena Horne sings "My Heart's a Hobo". Perry & Lena duet on "Polka Dots and Moonbeams", "Don’t Have to Know the Language" and "Bob White". Perry, Lena and the Ray Charles Singers perform "Cuckoo in the Clock", "Yellow Bird", "Listen to the Mockin’ Bird" and "When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along". The Orchestra performs a "Lullaby".moreless
  • January 6, 1960
    January 6, 1960
    Episode 13
    1/6/60
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    Perry's guests are Kay Starr, Paul Anka, Peter Gennaro, Wisa d’Orso and Buddy Hackett. Highlights: Perry with Male Singers perform "Delaware". Kay Starr sings "June in January". Peter Gennaro "June is Bustin’ Out All Over". Paul Anka sings "Will You Love Me in December". Peter Gennaro, Wisa d’Orso, Dancers and Singers perform "Cakewalk your Lady". The Orchestra performs "It’s a Grand Old Name" and "Seventy Six Trombones". Perry sings "Black Moonlight". Kay Starr sings "Around the World". Kay Starr with the Ray Charles Singers perform "Rockin’ Chair". Perry & Kay duet on "Ain't Nobody's Business But my Own". Paul Anka and Singers perform "It's Time to Cry". Ray Charles Singers do a "Dear Perry" segment. Perry sings "Love is Just Around the Corner", "Try a Little Tenderness", "Angry" and "I Know What God Is". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • December 30, 1959
    December 30, 1959
    Episode 12
    12/30/59
    0.0
    Perry's guests are Maureen O'Hara, Imogene Coca, Cliff Norton, Jonah Jones and Group. Highlights: Perry sings "Im Sitting On Top of the World". Perry with The Ray Charles Singers perform "Little Man You’ve Had a Busy Day" and "Auld Lang Syne". Perry with Louis DaPron dancers perform "Jimmy Valentine". Ray Charles Singers do "Dream Along with Me". Imogene Coca sings "A Pretty Girl is like a Melody". Jonah Jones & Group perform "Lullaby of Birdland".moreless
  • December 23, 1959
    December 23, 1959
    Episode 11
    12/23/59
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    Perry's guests are Shari Lewis and Bob Williams and his dog. Highlights: Perry with the Ray Charles Singers sing "Happy Holiday". Ray Charles Singers sing "Jingle Bells", "Here We Come a-Caroling", "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear", "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen" and "What Child is This". Shari Lewis and her puppets do "Deck the Halls". Perry with Shari Lewis and Singers sing "Joy to the World". Shari Lewis and her puppets sing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" and "Ring Those Bells". Perry with Singers perform "Ave Maria". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".moreless
  • December 16, 1959
    December 16, 1959
    Episode 10
    12/16/59
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    Perry's guests are Maurice Evans, Jane Morgan and The Wiere Brothers. Highlights: Perry sings "A Foggy Day". Perry & Singers perform "Night and Day". The Orchestra performs an "Overture to Romeo & Juliet". Jane sings "You and the Night and the Music". Perry & Jane do a medley of "Stay as Sweet as You Are", "You Make Me Feel So Young", "Time On My Hands", "Chattanooga Choo Choo" and "You'll Never Know". The Wiere Brothers perform the "Fifth Symphony". Perry sings "Auld Lang Syne", "Colonel Bogie March (from Bridge Over the River Kwai)" and "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas". The Orchestra performs some monologue music for a Shakespearean spot with Maurice Evans. Perry sings "Here We Come A-Caroling", "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" and "White Christmas".moreless
  • December 9, 1959
    December 9, 1959
    Episode 9
    12/9/59
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    Perry's guests are the comedy team of Rossi & Allen (Steve Rossi and Marty Allen), Tommy Sands, Sandra Church and The All-American Football team. Highlights: Ray Charles Singers perform "Far Above Cayga’s Water". Perry with Singers, Dancers, and Guests perform "Navy Blue and Gold" and "You’ve Got to be a Football Hero". Perry with Singers sings "Dream". "Seven Little Girls in the Back Seat" Perry with Singers, Dancers and Guests perform "Buckle Down Winsocki". Perry with Singers perform "The Whiffenpoof Song". Tommy Sands sings "I Gotta Have You". Tommy sands & Sandra Church duet on "Down the Old Ox Road". Perry sings "Song of Songs". Sandra sings "I Wish I Were in Love Again". Perry with football team performs "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi". Allen and Rossi perform "We're Working Our Way through College". Louis DaPron Dancers dance the "Notre Dame Victory March". Steve Rossi sings "There's No Tomorrow" and "Stranger in Paradise".moreless
  • November 25, 1959
    November 25, 1959
    Episode 8
    11/25/59
    0.0
    Perry's guests are Dave King, Rod Lauren, Lorin Hollander and The Lennon Sisters. Highlights: Perry does a medley with "Home for the Holidays", "I Concentrate On You", "Diane", "Peg of My Heart", "Ill Take you Home Again Kathleen" and "No Other Love". Perry with Ray Charles singers perform "Step Right into the Kitchen", "Home for the Holidays" and "Bless this House". Ray Charles singers perform "Dream Along with Me". The Lennon Sisters sing "Round and Round". Perry with the Lennon Sisters perform "Too Wonderful for Words". Perry and Rod perform "A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet" Rod Lauren sings "If I Had a Girl!" Lorin Hollander performs "Polonaise in A Flat". Ray Charles Singers and Dancers perform "It’s a Grand Night for Singing". Dave King performs "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top". Rod Lauren sings "A Fellow Needs a Girl". The Orchestra performs "Home for the Holidays" and closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • November 18, 1959
    November 18, 1959
    Episode 7
    11/18/59
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    Perry's guests are Connie Francis, Dolores Gray and Joe Bushkin. Highlights: Perry sings "I've Got You Under My Skin". Perry with Singers performs "A Still Small Voice". Perry with Singers & Dancers perform "That Old Feeling" and "Sing, Sing, Sing". Perry Singers & Tony Mottola perform "I Love You". Connie sings "Do You Like Me Like You Kiss Me Mama". Perry introduces Joe Bushkin, pianist/composer, who plays a medley of his songs: "Chicago", "California USA" and "California, Here Come". Ray Charles Singers do a "Dear Perry" medley theme. Perry sings "Only Forever", "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" and "Deed I Do". Dolores Gray sings "I Feel a Song Coming On". Dolores and the singers perform "Ill Wind". Dolores with Singers & Dancers performs "There'll Be Some Changes Made". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • November 4, 1959
    November 4, 1959
    Episode 6
    11/4/59
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    Perry's guests are Frankie Vaughan, The Bilko Platoon and the Anna Sokolov Dancers. Highlights: Opening theme by Perry "Dream Along With Me". Perry with Singers perform "Big Wide Wonderful World". Louis DaPron Dancers & Orchestra perform "Carousel Waltz". Perry sings "Birth of the Blues". Anna Sokolov Dancers perform a Theatre lobby ballet from suite of 3 ballets called "Conversations". Frankie sings "Give Me the Moonlight". Perry & Frankie duet on "Everybody Loves a Lover". Perry sings "Begin the Beguine". Ray Charles Singers do a "Dear Perry" medley theme. Perry sings "I'm a Fool to Want You" and "The Night is Young and You're So Beautiful". The Orchestra performs "Military Life". Perry sings "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning". Frankie with 2 dancers performs "Mandy". Bilko Platoon performs "The Next Platoon". Perry sings "My Buddy". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • October 28, 1959
    October 28, 1959
    Episode 5
    10/28/59
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    Perry's guests are Teresa Brewer, The Lennon Sisters and Paul O’Keefe. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Where or When". Perry performs "The Party", "Dream Along with Me" and "Pennies from Heaven". Perry with Ray Charles Singers perform "You Do Something to Me", "You Made Me Love You", "That Old Black Magic", "You Are Never Far Away From Me" and "In the Still of the Night". Teresa Brewer with Singers & Dancers sings "If You Like-a Me". Teresa & Perry duet on "When the Skeleton in the Closet Started to Dance". The Lennon Sisters sing "Mississippi Mud". The Lennon Sisters with Perry, Dancers & Singers perform the "Pennsylvanian Polka". Paul O’Keefe performs "In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town". Paul O’Keefe with Perry & the Lennon Sisters does "Dry Bones". Perry with the Lennon sisters sing "Autumn Leaves". Ray Charles Singers do "Dear Perry". The Orchestra closes with "You Are Never Far Away".moreless
  • October 21, 1959
    October 21, 1959
    Episode 4
    10/21/59
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    Perry's guests are Rosemary Clooney, Nat King Cole, Gail Davis, The Lennon Sisters, Rin Tin Tin and Silent Screen star Frank Barnes. Highlights: The Mitch Ayres Orchestra performs "There's No Business Like Show Business". The Orchestra, Singers, Dancers do "Buffalo Gal". Perry sings "Donkey Serenade" and "Twilight On the Trail". Rosemary with Dancers performs "I've Got Plenty of Nothing". Perry & Rosemary do a medley with "The Glory of Love", "Makin' Whoopee", "Blue Room", "Blue Moon", "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart", "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", "Blue Skies", "Just One of Those Things", "I've Got You Under My Skin", "I Get a Kick Out of You" and "You're Just In Love". Nat King Cole performs "The Continental". Perry, Nat & Rosemary do "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" and "Accentuate the Positive". Perry & Rosemary with Singers sing "Red River Valley" and "I'm An Old Cow-hand". Nat with Singers perform "Cielito Lin Do". Gail Davis TV's "Annie Oakley" sings "Cattle Call". Perry, Rosemary, Nat & Gail perform "Tumbling Tumbleweeds", "The Old Chisholm Trail" and "Whoopee Ti Yi Yo".moreless
  • October 14, 1959
    October 14, 1959
    Episode 3
    10/14/59
    0.0
    Perry's guests are Phil Harris, Carol Haney, Dick Clark and Santo and Johnny. Highlights: Perry sings "Smile". Perry with Ray Charles Singers perform "So in Love" and "Lonesome Road". Perry and Phil duet on "Not One Minute More" and "Row, Row, Row". Phil Harris sings "Nobody" and "Possibilities". Carol Haney with Singers & Louis DaPron dancers perform "A Two at a Time". Carol Haney and Dancers perform to "Ida". Dick Clark sings "Bye Bye Blackbird". Santo & Johnny perform "All Night Diner". Ray Charles Singers sing "Sleep walk", "Dream Along with Me" and "Dear Perry". All join in for "I'd Rather See a Minstrel Show". The Orchestra closes with "Waiting for the Robert E Lee".moreless
  • October 7, 1959
    October 7, 1959
    Episode 2
    10/7/59
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    Perry's guests are Dorothy Collins, John Payne, Ivo Robie and Petit Michel. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Dream Along with Me". Perry sings "Getting to Know You", "Rustle of Spring", "Just a Small Cottage", "You'll Never Know" and "Carolina in the Morning". Perry with Ray Charles Singers performs "St. Louis Blues". Perry with Singers & Dancers perform "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella". Dorothy Collins and Singers perform "Fashions". Dorothy with John Payne do a medley on "Every Little Movement", "Running Wild", "The Continental", "I Can't Begin to Tell You" and "You Say the Sweetest Things". Dorothy & Perry duet on "Give Me the Simple Life". Ivo Robic with Singers performs "Morgen". Petite Michele with Perry & John Payne perform "K-K-K Katy" and "Ragtime Cowboy Joe". All join in for "It Happened in Sun Valley". The Orchestra performs "Goodbye Broadway, Hello France", "America, I Love You" and "Restless Gun Theme".moreless
  • September 30, 1959
    September 30, 1959
    Episode 1
    9/30/59
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    Perry's guests for his Twelfth season are Walter Brennan, Peggy King, The Everly Brothers, Jazz dancer Jack Cole, singing group The Pitch Hikers and Bing Crosby (on record). Highlights: The Mitch Ayres Orchestra performs "Schubert Alley". Perry sings "Where or When". Perry and Orchestra "live" with "Somebody else" perform "Unchained Melody", "Prisoner of Love" and "Blue of the Night". (Bing Crosby on "Record"). Perry with Ray Charles Singers perform "Hubba,Hubba,Hubba". Perry with Singers and Dancers do a medley with "Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes", "Hot Diggity", "Catch a Falling Star", "How High the Moon" and "Round and Round". Jack Cole with dancers perform "Sing, Sing, Sing". Everly Brothers sings "Bird Dog" and "Till I Kissed You". Perry with the Pitch Hikers do "Waiting for the Robert E Lee". Ray Charles Singers do "Dear Perry" and "In the Evening by the Moonlight".moreless
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