The Perry Como Show - Season 9

NBC (ended 1963)




Episode Guide

  • June 8, 1957
    June 8, 1957
    Episode 39

    Perry's guests are singer Ethel Merman, comedian Ed Wynn and The Four Lads.

    Perry Como sings "Summertime".
    Ethel pays musical tribute to Irving Berlin, soloing hits from his Broadway shows and joining Perry for a chorus of "Anything You Can Do".
    Ed Wynn wheels out his pianocycle giving Perry a free ride to the tune of "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise".
    Ed Wynn and Perry sing "Tea For Two".
    The Four Lads sing "Gone".
    Dear Perry medley with "Night and Day".
    The Four Lads and Perry sing a medley with "Down By the Old Mill Stream", "Sweet" and "Down by the Station".
    Perry closes with "The Girl with the Golden Braids."

  • June 1, 1957
    June 1, 1957
    Episode 38

    Perry's guests are Vaughn Monroe, Patrice Munsel, Jack Carter and the madcap Goofers.

    Perry Como sings "June Is Bustin' Out All Over".
    Perry and Patrice duet with "In the Cool, Cool of the Evening".
    Perry sings "My Little Baby".
    Perry and Jack do a medley with "Partnership", "Love and Marriage", "Straw Hat and Cane", "Nature Boy", "After the Lights Go Down Low", "All Shook Up" and "Racing with the Moon".
    Jack Carter introduces the "Do It Yourself" guest star policy, mimicking such singers as Vaughn Monroe.
    Patrice Munsel sings "Love".
    Vaughn Monroe performs a medley of ballads.
    Dear Perry medley with "S'Wonderful" "June Night" and "Love Walked In".
    Perry closes with "In the Good Old Summertime".

  • May 25, 1957
    May 25, 1957
    Episode 37

    Perry's guests are singers Jo Stafford and Fats Domino and comedian Jackie Miles, with a surprise visit from Dean Martin.

    Perry sings "Toot Toot Tootsie", "With a Song in My Heart" and "So Rare".
    Perry on guitar sings a duet with Jo Stafford "Blue Tail Fly / He's Gone Away".
    Dear Perry medley with "Stay As Sweet As You Are", "Nice Work If You Can Get It" and "All the Things You Are".
    Comic Jackie Miles alternates between griping about his racetrack losses and explaining how TV has ruined his home life.
    Perry closes with "Let the Rest of the World Go By" with a surprise join in from Dean Martin.

  • May 18, 1957
    May 18, 1957
    Episode 36

    Perry's guests are Joey Bishop, Janis Paige and cab driver Louis Carter author of deathless ditties such as "I've Got a Cold in My Heart".

    Perry sings "Love Letters in the Sand" and "Flying Down to Rio".
    Janis Paige sings "All By Myself, Alone".
    Perry sings "Some Enchanted Evening"
    Lou Carter sings "I Caught a Cold in My Heart".
    Dear Perry medley with "You Do Something to Me", "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming".
    Perry closes with "The Girl with the Golden Braids".

  • May 11, 1957
    May 11, 1957
    Episode 35

    Perry's guests are pianist Liberace, George Liberace, soprano Jean Fenn and The Wiere Brothers.

    Perry sings "Come to the Fair" and "My Little Baby".
    Perry and Liberace perform "The Old Piano Roll Blues".
    Jean Fenn sings "Without a Song".
    Dear Perry medley with "Try a Little Tenderness", "Little Old Lady" and "My Mother's Eyes".
    Perry closes with "Mother Dear, Pray For Me".

  • May 4, 1957
    May 4, 1957
    Episode 34

    Perry's guests are singer Patti Page, comedian Buddy Hackett, singer-actor Gene Autry and the Oklahoman.

    Perry with a New York medley of "New York", "Sidewalks of New York" and "Lullaby of Broadway".
    Perry with guests sings "Haunted Heart".
    Gene Autry and the Riders of the Purple Sage drawl such oldies as "Silver Haired Daddy", "A Good Old-fashioned Hoedown" and "You Are My Sunshine".
    Patti sings "Mountain Greenery".
    Perry sings "Birth of the Blues" and "Around the World".
    Perry and Patti duet with "Home on the Range".
    Dear Perry medley with "It's a Lovely Day Today", "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" and "All or Nothing At All".
    Perry closes with "The Girl With the Golden Braids".

  • April 27, 1957
    April 27, 1957
    Episode 33

    Perry's guests are singer Frankie Laine, actor-comedian Red Buttons and singer Peggy King.

    Perry sings "I Feel a Song Coming On" and "It Could Happen to You"
    Red Buttons and Perry Como rummage through their grade-school autograph books.
    Red also takes some good-natured kidding on his success in TV, and points his host on "That Old Gang of Mine".
    Frankie Laine sings a medley of "Once In a While" and "I'll Be Seeing You".
    Perry Como sings "Mangoes".
    Peggy King and Perry duet on "St. Louis Blues" and "April Showers"
    Dear Perry medley with "Marrying for Love", "Tina Marie" and "The Night is Young and You're So Beautiful".
    Perry closes with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".

  • April 20, 1957
    April 20, 1957
    Episode 32

    Perry's guests are singer-actor Pat Boone and actress Arlene Dahl.

    Perry's sings "Round and Round", "It's Easter Time" and "So in Love".
    Perry and Pat sing a medley with "Tutti Frutti", "I Almost Lost My One" and "My One and Only Heart".
    Pat Boone sings "Why, Baby, Why".
    Perry with Arlene Dahl and Pat Boone sing "Oh, You Beautiful Doll".
    Dear Perry medley with "Peter Cottontail", "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?" and "Easter Parade".
    Perry closes with "The Lord's Prayer".

  • April 13, 1957
    April 13, 1957
    Episode 31

    Perry's guests are pianist Roger Williams, actress Gale Storm and The Fontane Sisters.

    Perry sings "Come, Josephine, In My Flying Machine", "When I Fall in Love" and "Begin the Beguine".
    Roger Williams performs "Almost Paradise".
    Gale Storm sings "Dark Moon" and "Oh, Susanna".
    Dear Perry medley with "Don't Worry About Me", "You Turned the Tables on Me" and "All At Once You Love Her".
    The Fontane Sisters sing "You're Just in Love".
    Perry Como closes with "I'm a Dreamer, Aren't We All".

  • April 6, 1957
    April 6, 1957
    Episode 30

    Perry's guests are actors Ben Alexander and Jack Palance and singer Teresa Brewer.

    Perry sings "How Deep is the Ocean?"
    Jack Palance tackles "Brahms' Lullaby" much to Perry's chagrin.
    Tough guy Jack Palance and TV cop Ben Alexander rib each other with old cops-and-robbers gags.
    Teresa Brewer sings "Sheboygan".
    Perry and Teresa duet on "How Could You Believe Me?"
    Perry Como sings "When You're Smiling" and "With Every Breath I Take".
    Dear Perry medley includes "Say It Isn't So", "When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along" and "Easy to Love".
    Perry closes with "Now the Day is Over".

  • March 30, 1957
    March 30, 1957
    Episode 29

    Perry's guests are actress Hedy Lamarr, singer Julius LaRosa, comedy duo Rowan & Martin, Sally McClurg, Gene Rogers, Joe Cavanetta, Phyllis Russo and Helen Silvester.

    Perry sings "It Might as Well Be Spring" and "April in Paris".
    Perry and Hedy duet with "Hi, Neighbor".
    Perry with Hedy Lamarr and Julius LaRosa sing "Chantez, Chantez".
    Julius LaRosa performs "Stashu Pandowski".
    Dear Perry medley with "It Must Be True", "S'posed" and "I May Be Wrong".
    Perry closes with "Round and Round".

  • March 23, 1957
    March 23, 1957
    Episode 28

    Perry's guests are singer Andy Williams, singer-actress Anna Maria Alberghetti, comedian Ed Wynn, Benny Goodman Trio and playwright Robert Strom.

    Perry sings "Keep Your Sunny Side Up".
    Perry with Anna Maria Alberghetti sings "O Sole Mio".
    Perry, Anna Maria and Ed Wynn sing "One Fine Day".
    Perry Como sings calypso song "Marianne".
    Andy Williams sings "Butterfly" and the request tune "Dancing in the Dark" with Perry.
    Dear Perry medley includes "Sunday, Monday or Always" and "Swingin' Down the Lane".
    Benny Goodman and his crew perform "Sing Sing Sing".

  • March 16, 1957
    March 16, 1957
    Episode 27

    Perry's guests are Dana Andrews, Esther Williams, Georgie Kaye, Marie Kenney, Sue Ann Pollack, Carol Ann Dunseath, Susan Rohall, Wendy Hillier and Penny Scott.

    Perry salutes St. Patrick's Day with "McNamara's Band".
    Esther Williams joins Perry for a quartet of wet ballads in a rowboat, "Row, Row, Row" and "On a Slow Boat to China".
    Dana Andrews sings a song between plugs for his new movie.
    Georgie Kaye proves he knows more about science than even the brightest 10-year-old.
    Closes with "Believe".

  • March 9, 1957
    March 9, 1957
    Episode 26

    Perry's guests are singer Ethel Merman, comedian Jack Carter, Jack Brown, Ann Ryan and The Mills Brothers.

    Perry sings "It's a Good Day", "It Could Happen to You".
    Perry with the Mills Brothers sing "The Banana Boat Song" and "Lazy River".
    Perry with Ethel Merman perform "Mutual Admiration Society".
    Ethel Merman belts out a medley of Cole Porter songs including "You're the Top" and "Blow, Gabriel, Blow".
    Perry with Ethel Merman & Jack Carter perform "Without You".
    The Mills Brothers bounce through a quartet of their old hits.
    Dear Perry medley with "The Very Thought of You", "Breezing Along With the Breeze" and "Hello Young Lovers".
    Perry closes with "Round and Round".

  • March 2, 1957
    March 2, 1957
    Episode 25

    Perry is away on a one week vacation tonight's guest host is Mickey Rooney. Guests are Jo Stafford, Robert Lamouret and his duck, Martha Davis & Spouse, Marlis Johnson, Kathi Tynan, Barry Zevan and Ken Boyer.

    Mickey does nice take-off on Como's drowsy and duets with Jo Stafford on "If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight".
    Jo sings "Come Rain or Come Shine".

  • February 23, 1957
    February 23, 1957
    Episode 24

    Perry's guests are comedian Ernie Kovacs, singer Tony Bennett and the Andrews Sisters.

    Tony Bennett sings "Just in Time".
    The Andrews Sisters perform "Rum and Coca Cola" and a few more of their oldies "Chantez, Chantez" and "Where or When".
    Ernie Kovacs on hand to play hob with the cameras, impersonate Percy Dovetonsils and upset Perry's composure.
    Perry sings "Scarlet Ribbons".
    Dear Perry medley with "A Friend of Yours" and "Come Rain or Come Shine".
    Perry closes with "The Rosary".

  • February 16, 1957
    February 16, 1957
    Episode 23

    Perry's guests are dancer-actress Ginger Rogers, singer Vic Damone and singing duo Mickey & Sylvia.

    Perry sings "Wringle Wrangle", "The Eyes of Texas" and "Blow Gabriel Blow".
    Perry and Ginger do "Trust In Me".
    Vic Damone sings "You Stepped Out of a Dream".
    Perry sings "Round and Round.
    Mickey & Sylvia sing "Love is Strange".
    Dear Perry medley with "Forgive Me", "'Deed I Do, I Love You" and "Good Night Sweet Jesus".

  • February 9, 1957
    February 9, 1957
    Episode 22

    Perry's guests are actress Myrna Loy, actor Jackie Cooper, dancer Tommy Noonan, Cleo the dog and calypso band Lord Flea & Group.

    Perry sings "There's No Business Like Show Business" and "Moonlight Gambler".
    Perry with Lord Flea & Group do "Run, Run, Run".
    Perry sings "Mi Casa, Su Casa".
    Perry and Jackie duet with "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" and "Mr. Gallagher & Mr. Shean".
    Perry and Myrna Loy do "Say It With Music".
    Dear Perry medley with "Beloved", "Lifetime Sweetheart" and "You Alone".
    Entire cast joins in for "Calypso Nights".

  • February 2, 1957
    February 2, 1957
    Episode 21

    Perry's guests are actors Peter Lawford and Tab Hunter, singer-actress Polly Bergen, Fats Domino and The Four Lads.

    Perry sings "More Than You Know" and "My Heart Stood Still".
    Fats Domino performs "I'm in Love Again".
    A performance of "Minnie the Mermaid".
    The Four Lads perform "No, Not Much" and "Standing in the Corner".
    Polly Bergen joins Perry on "Young Maggie Blues".
    Dear Perry medley with "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face", "The Best Things in Life Are Free" and "Ballerina".
    Perry closes with his new record "Round and Round".

  • January 26, 1957
    January 26, 1957
    Episode 20

    Perry's guests are comedienne Edie Adams, baritone Peter Palmer, singer Helen Traubel, comedian Joey Bishop and Marlis Johnson.

    Perry sings "Chattanooga Choo Choo" and "True Love".
    "L'il Abner" star Peter Palmer sings "Namely You".
    Perry and Helen Traubel sing "Carolina in the Morning" and "I Don't Know Why".
    Dear Perry medley with "Everything I Have Is Yours", "Sweet Lorraine", "The Thrill is Gone" and "Over the Rainbow".

  • January 19, 1957
    January 19, 1957
    Episode 19

    Perry's guests are comedian George Gobel, actor Jeff Chandler, singer Ray Charles, composer-bandleader John Scott Trotter and The Mills Brothers.

    Perry opens with "The Banana Boat Song".
    Jeff Chandler sings "Somebody Else's Shoulder".
    Perry sings "Heigh Ho", "Whistle While You Work" and "When You Wish Upon a Star".
    Perry with Jeff Chandler, George Gobel and Ray Charles duet on "Lazy River".
    Dear Perry medley with "Guilty", "Paper Moon" and "If I Loved You".
    The Mills Brothers perform a medley of their favorite tunes.

  • January 12, 1957
    January 12, 1957
    Episode 18

    Perry's guests are singer Patti Page, comedian Mort Sahl, baseball star Jackie Robinson, and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret and The Four Aces.

    Perry opens with "There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight".
    Perry and Patti duet on "I Wonder".
    Perry sings "When You Wish Upon a Star" and "Because".
    Patti sings both sides of her latest record.
    Dear Perry medley with "Imagination", "Angry" and "If You Are But a Dream".
    The Four Aces sing a medley of their biggest hits.

  • January 5, 1957
    January 5, 1957
    Episode 17

    Perry's guests are actor Walter Pidgeon, actress Gertrude Berg, singer Brenda Lee, acrobatic team The Tokayers and Johnny Puleo & His Harmonica Gang.

    Perry sings "Be a Clown" and "Singing the Blues".
    Perry with Gertrude Berg and Walter Pidgeon do "Mr. Wonderful".
    Perry and Brenda Lee duet with "Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now".
    Perry sings "Temptation".
    Dear Perry medley with "I'm Yours", "Little White Lies" and "Long Ago".
    Finale with "You Are Never Far Away From Me".

  • December 29, 1956
    December 29, 1956
    Episode 16

    Perry's guests are actor Red Buttons, musician Louis Armstrong, singer Teresa Brewer and The Kovacs, an acrobatic act.

    Perry sings "It's a Grand Night For Singing".
    Perry and Red duet with "You Gotta Have Heart".
    Teresa & Perry duet on "Mutual Admiration Society".
    Teresa sings "Twelve O'Clock Tall".
    Medley of 1956 jukebox hits with guests "Memories Are Made of This", "Love Me Tender", "Ivory Tower", "Moonglow", "Whatever Will Be, Will Be", "Blueberry Hill", "Canadian Sunset" and "Hound Dog".

  • December 22, 1956
    December 22, 1956
    Episode 15

    Perry's Christmas Show is filled with guests and a special visit from Bishop Fulton Sheen. Performances by Rosemary Clooney, Gail Clooney, Ina Balin, Glenn Derringer, Frank Pagliaro, Tony Starman, Lynn Connorty, Mark West, Ed Dorsey, Art Maier, Ruth Hanna, Phyllis Russo, Barry Zevan, Mike Sheehy and Robert Lamouret and his puppet.

    Rosemary Clooney sings "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm".
    Rosemary Clooney duets with her kid sister Gail on a Christmas novelty "He'll Be Coming Down the Chimney When He Comes".
    Little Glenn Derringer plays "Holiday for Strings" on the organ.
    Ventriloquist Robert Lamouret performs with his duck.
    Christmas songs medley with "Jingle Bells", "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" and "Happy Holiday".
    Carols medley with "Joy to the World", "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen", It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" and "Deck the Halls".
    Perry performs with his dancers and chorus in the "Story of the First Christmas".
    Bishop Fulton Sheen is the special guest with a Christmas blessing for all.
    Perry sings "Ave Maria".

  • December 15, 1956
    December 15, 1956
    Episode 14

    Perry's guests are actress Gina Lollobrigida, singers Jo Stafford, and Johnnie Ray, comedian Groucho Marx with wife Eden Marx and daughter Melinda Marx.

    Perry sings "Miami" and "Cindy".
    Perry with Gina Lollobrigida sings "Oh Marie".
    Jo Stafford and Johnnie Ray do "The Money Tree".
    Johnnie Ray sings "Look Homeward Angel".
    Perry with Melinda Marx sings "You're Just in Love".
    Dear Perry medley with "Someone to Watch Over Me", "It All Depends on You" and "When the Day Is Done".
    A comedy spot with a spoof on "You Bet Your Life".
    A celebration of NBC's 30th anniversary.

  • December 8, 1956
    December 8, 1956
    Episode 13

    Perry's guests are bandleader Guy Lombardo, singer Pearl Bailey, actor Billy Barty, Spike Jones and the Cityslickers and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret and his duck.

    Perry sings "You Gotta Be a Football Hero", "Hey, Jealous Lover" and "Singin' the Blues".
    Pearl Bailey does "You'll Never Walk Alone".
    Spike Jones offers a varied Christmas medley.
    Perry with Kenny Gardner and Carmen Lombardo do "Seems Like Old Times".
    Dear Perry medley with "I Had the Craziest Dream", "Memory Lane", "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Miami Shore".
    Perry closes with "Home".

  • December 1, 1956
    December 1, 1956
    Episode 12

    Perry's guests are actress Carol Channing, violinist Isaac Stern, actor Red Buttons, singer Nat King Cole and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret.

    Perry and Carol Channing do "Stanley Steamer" and "If".
    Carol Channing sings "The Story of Marie"
    Perry with Nat King Cole does "Cuba".
    Dear Perry medley with "I'd Love to Live in Loveland", "Lady Be Good" and "The More I See You".
    Perry closes with "It's Beginning to Look Alot Like Christmas".

  • November 24, 1956
    November 24, 1956
    Episode 11

    Perry's guests are Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Trigger, Gene Sheldon and Martha Davis & Spouse.

    Perry sings "Dear Hearts And Gentle People" and "Love Me Tender".
    Roy Rogers & Dale Evans sing a Western medley with "Home on the Range" and "Home on the Range".
    Perry sings 'Black Moonlight'.
    Perry & Martha Davis sing "I'm Sitting on Top of the World" and "Row Row Row Your Boat".
    Martha Davis & Spouse perform "Life Is So Peculiar".
    Dear Perry medley with "Love is the Sweetest Thing", "It Had to Be You" and "Love Letters".
    Perry closes with "Where You Come to the End of the Day".

  • November 17, 1956
    November 17, 1956
    Episode 10

    Perry's guests are actress-soprano Lily Pons, singer Dinah Shore, 9-year-old singer Brenda Lee, 11-year-old organist Glenn Derringer and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret and his duck.

    Perry opens the show with "Home For the Holidays".
    Dinah Shore sings "They Can't Take That Away From Me".
    Lily Pons sings Rigoletto's "Caro Nome".
    Perry sings "Cindy, Oh Cindy".
    Perry's closes with "Bless This House".

  • November 10, 1956
    November 10, 1956
    Episode 9

    Perry's guests are entertainer Bob Hope, actress Yvonne De Carlo, 11-year-old organist Glenn Derringer and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret and his duck.

    Perry with Bob Hope and Yvonne DeCarlo get together to show you how a "Road" movie might play with substitutions in the cast.
    Yvonne has the dancers with her for "Clancy Lowered the Boom".
    11-year-old organist Glenn Derringer plays "Brazil".
    Hope does a cute "Golf" scene with Perry before it's over, the relaxed one gets in such ditties as "Another Opening, Another Show" and "True Love".

  • November 3, 1956
    November 3, 1956
    Episode 8

    Perry's guests are singers Nat King Cole and Gisele Mackenzie and impressionist George DeWitt.

    Perry sings a quiet edition of "Hound Dog".
    Nat King Cole does "Night Lights".
    Giselle Mackenzie sings "The Star You Wished Upon".
    Perry sings "Love Me Tender" and "Without a Song".
    George DeWitt does some impersonations including one of a well-known singer.

  • October 27, 1956
    October 27, 1956
    Episode 7

    Perry's guests are singers Frankie Laine and Brenda Lee, dancer-actress Sheree North and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret.

    Perry sings "Get Me to the Church On Time".
    Perry introduces dancer Sheree North and nine-year-old singer Brenda Lee.
    Frankie Laine sings "Moonlight Gambler".

  • October 20, 1956
    October 20, 1956
    Episode 6

    Perry's guests are singer Pearl Bailey, actor Rory Calhoun, actress Dorothy McGuire and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret.

    Perry sings "Trolley Song", "Tonight You Belong to Me" and "Moonlight Love".
    Perry with Pearl sing "Tired".
    Dear Perry medley with "Tumbling Tumbleweeds", "I'm an Old Cowhand", "Twilight on the Trail" and "Little Man You've Had a Busy Day".
    Perry closes with "Only One".

  • October 13, 1956
    October 13, 1956
    Episode 5

    Perry's guests are dancer-actor Ray Bolger, singer Jo Stafford, actor Guy Madison, juggler Rudy Cardenas, The DeCastro Sisters and baseball great Yogi Berra.

    Perry sings "Buckle Down, Winsocki".
    Perry and Jo do a medley with "I'll Be Seeing You" and "Temptation".
    Jo Stafford sings "Autumn in New York".
    Dear Perry medley with "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", "Down the Old Ox Road" and "The Whiffenpoof Song".
    Perry closes with "Now the Day is Over".

  • October 6, 1956
    October 6, 1956
    Episode 4

    Perry's guests are columnist Walter Winchell, actor Paul Douglas, actress-soprano Kathryn Grayson, ventriloquist Robert Lamouret and juggler Rudy Cardenas.

    Perry kicks the show off with "Moonlight Love".
    Perry and Kathryn duet with "With a Little Bit of Luck", "True Love" and "Ain't We Got Fun".
    Paul Douglas recreates the "recitation" scene from his new film "The Solid Gold Cadillac".
    Dear Perry medley with "I Don't Want to Walk Without You", "Baby, It's Been a Long, Long Time" and "I'll Never Smile Again".
    Perry's closing medley includes "You Were Meant for Me" and "Time on My Hands".

  • September 29, 1956
    September 29, 1956
    Episode 3

    Perry's guests are actor William Holden, singer-actress Jeanne Crain, tenor Jan Peerce, singer Julius LaRose and comedian Dave Barry.

    Perry sings "If I Didn't Care" and "Canadian Sunset".
    Jeanne and Perry duet with "It's a Grand Night for Singing", "Too Marvelous For Words", "If I Had You" and "Honey".
    Jan Peerce performs "Mattinata".
    Dear Perry medley with "It's Almost Like Being in Love", "If There Is Someone Lovelier Than You" and "A House With Love In It".

  • September 22, 1956
    September 22, 1956
    Episode 2

    Perry's guests are Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood, Martha Davis and Spouse and the Seven Ashtons (acrobats).

    Perry Como sings "Hound Dog", "Moonlight Becomes You", "Allegheny Moon" and "September Song".
    Tab Hunter and Natalie Wood promote their film "The Girl He Left Behind".
    Perry and Martha Davis and Spouse do "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter".
    Perry sings a medley with "The Nearness of You", "Night and Day", "Almost Like Being in Love", "If I Could Be With You" and "Cecelia".
    Perry closes with "Give Us This Day".

  • September 15, 1956
    September 15, 1956
    Episode 1

    Perry's guests on his ninth season opener are Irene Dunne, Sal Mineo, Patience & Prudence, Buddy Hackett and Robert Sarnoff. Special appearance by Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly.

    Perry sings "Whatever Will Be, Will Be", "On the Street Where You Live" and "Somebody Loves Me".
    Perry & Irene duet with "Why Do I Love You?" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".
    Perry does a medley with "Say It Isn't So" and "Tangerine".
    Patience & Prudence sing "Tonight You Belong to Me".
    Perry closes with "Time On My Hands".