The Vic Damone Show

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  • Season 2
    • September 11, 1957
      September 11, 1957
      Episode 11
      9/11/57
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      Vic's guests are Duke Ellington, Roberta Sherwood and Harpist Bobby Maxwell. Highlights: Bobby Maxwell plays "I've Got Rhythm". Duke Ellington plays a medley of his hits. Vic sings "'Tis Autumn" and "Let's Fall in Love".
    • September 4, 1957
      September 4, 1957
      Episode 10
      9/4/57
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      Vic's guests are Vocalist Toni Arden, Bandleader Ray Anthony, Ventriloquist Paul Winchell, George DeWitt, Dancers, Condos and Brandow and recurring guests The Spellbinders.
    • August 28, 1957
      August 28, 1957
      Episode 9
      8/28/57
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      Vic's guests are Johnny Mathis, Edie Adams, Carmen Cavallero, Richard Hayman, Trini Reyes and recurring guests The Spellbinders. Highlights: Vic sings "Almost Like Being in Love", The Spellbinders perform "Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter". Carmen Cavallero plays "The Continental" and then backs the host on "Affair to Remember". Edie Adams and Vic duet on "Mountain Greenery". Johnny Mathis sings "Too Close for Comfort" and "Black Magic".moreless
    • August 21, 1957
      August 21, 1957
      Episode 8
      8/21/57
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      Vic's guests are Martha Wright, The Everly Brothers, Packie Miles, trumpeter Charlie Shavers and a 5-foot blonde dynamo Tina Robin (aka TN-Tina).
    • August 14, 1957
      August 14, 1957
      Episode 7
      8/14/57
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      Vic's guests are Jill Corey, Lionel Hampton, comedian Ronnie Eastman, dancer Peter Gennaro and recurring guests The Spellbinders.
    • August 7, 1957
      August 7, 1957
      Episode 6
      8/7/57
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      Vic's guests are song-and-dance man Jack Whiting, singer Jaye P. Morgan, Ketty Lester and Sandra Deel. Highlights: Jack sings "You're the Cream in My Coffee". Jaye P. Morgan sings "Clap Your Hands". Vic sings "Just in Time" and "Deed I Do". All join in for a rousing finale with "That's Entertainment".moreless
    • July 31, 1957
      July 31, 1957
      Episode 5
      7/31/57
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      Vic's guests are Lilo, Gogi Grant, Arnold Stang, The Gene Krupa Quartet, Lee Sherman and Her Dancers. With recurring guests The Spellbinders.
    • July 24, 1957
      July 24, 1957
      Episode 4
      7/24/57
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      Vic's guests are singer Betty Madigan, dancers Rod Alexander and Bambi Linn, harmonica player John Sebastian, comedian Tommy Hanlon and pianist Erroll Garner. Also with recurring guests The Spellbinders.
    • July 17, 1957
      July 17, 1957
      Episode 3
      7/17/57
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      Vic's guests are Rusty Draper, Kay Armen, The Billy Williams Quartet, comedian Shecky Greene and 15-year-old singer Joy Layne. Also recurring guests, The Spellbinders.
    • July 10, 1957
      July 10, 1957
      Episode 2
      7/10/57
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      Vic's guests are Jaye P. Morgan, clown Emmett Kelly, Jimmy Dean, The Diamonds, Michael Dominico and his dancers, Jody Sands, Guitarist Mario Escuadaro and recurring guests, The Spellbinders. Highlights: All join in for the "Paisan Polka".
    • July 3, 1957
      July 3, 1957
      Episode 1
      7/3/57
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      For Vic's second summer season opener, his guests are Roger Williams, Peggy King, the dance team of Mata and Hari, the comedy team of (Harvey) Lembeck and (Robert) Strauss (they were featured in "Stalag 17") and The Story Princess, Arlene Dalton will tell a story. Also a cameo appearance by Peter Lawford. Highlights: Peggy King sings "The Trolley Song". Vic sings "Taking a Chance on Love", "The Street Where You Live", "Got the World on a String", "Love is a Many Splendored Thing" and "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful". Lembeck and Strauss do a comedy routine of a hotel resort that offers you everything.moreless
  • Season 1
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