The Vic Damone Show - Season 1

CBS (ended 1957)


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Episode Guide

  • September 24, 1956
    September 24, 1956
    Episode 11
    Vic's guests are December Bride stars Spring Byington and Verna Felton and actress Celeste Holm. Highlights: The four will join together in a special novelty number "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"
  • September 17, 1956
    September 17, 1956
    Episode 10
    Vic's guests are singer Jaye P. Morgan and Vaudeville performer Rudy Vallee. Highlights: Vic sings "Tangerine", "Hello Young Lovers" and "Two Heads".
  • September 10, 1956
    September 10, 1956
    Episode 9
    Vic's guests are Bobby Van, singer Connie Russell with Bil and Cora Baird and The Baird Puppets. Highlights: The Baird Puppets join Bobby Van in a song and dance with "I've Got the World On a String". Connie Russell sings "That Will Be the Day". Connie joins Vic and Bil and Cora Baird's Puppets in a special rendition of "The Way You Look Tonight". Vic sings "Lover Come Back to Me".moreless
  • September 3, 1956
    September 3, 1956
    Episode 8
    Vic's musical comedy star Nancy Walker and Topper star Anne Jeffreys.
  • August 27, 1956
    August 27, 1956
    Episode 7
    Vic's guests are Jane Froman and Orson Bean. Highlights: Jane Froman sings "I'll Walk Alone", "Embraceable You" and "With a Song in My Heart". Vic and Jane duet with "Tea for Two". Vic sings "Let There Be Love", "I Get a Kick Out of You", "Begin the Beguine" and "Speak, My Love".moreless
  • August 6, 1956
    August 6, 1956
    Episode 6
    Vic's guests are singer Peggy King and comedian Alan King. Highlights: Vic sings "Speak, My Love" and selections from "Carousel". Vic and Peggy King duet with "The Trolley Song".
  • July 30, 1956
    July 30, 1956
    Episode 5
    Vic's guests are Janet Blair and The Szonys. Highlights: A tribute to the song writing team of Richard Rodgers and Larry Hart. Janet Blair sings "County Fair". Vic sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes". Vic, Janet and the dancing Szonys do a Rodgers and Hart medley with "Love", "Mountain Greenery," "Thou Swell" and "Little Girl Blue". Other songs include "Will You Still Be Mine?" and "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered.moreless
  • July 23, 1956
    July 23, 1956
    Episode 4
    Vic's guests are actor/comedian Jan Murray and French chanteuse Lilo. Highlights: Vic sings "On the Street Where You Live". French chanteuse Lilo sings "C'est Magnifique" and "I Love Paris". Jan Murray gripes about his Hollywood career. All join in for "Flattery". Vic closes with "Nice to Know You Care".
  • July 16, 1956
    July 16, 1956
    Episode 3
    Vic's guests are Rod Alexander, Bambi Linn, Roberta Sherwood and comic Morty Gunty. Highlights: Vic sings "The Song Is You", "I Hear Music" and "Let There Be Love". Roberta joined by three younger Sherwoods perform "Baby Face". (Her children play drums, guitar and trumpet). Roberta Sherwood sings "Cry Me A River". Comic Morty Gunty pays close attention to Vic's conversation with "Lucky Pier".moreless
  • July 9, 1956
    July 9, 1956
    Episode 2
    Vic's guests are Paul Newman, Rocky Graziano and Dolores Gray. Highlights: Somebody Up There Likes Me is the new film with Newman playing Graziano and Pier Angeli, aka Vic's wife, playing Norma. What Vic objects to is the passionate way Newman, portraying Graziano, hugs and kisses Pier. The boys settle their differences to the tune of "I'm an Ordinary Man," one of the great ditties from "My Fair Lady." The bouncy style of Dolores Gray is shown to good advantage in "From This Moment On". Vic sings "Nice to Know You Care" before joining Dolores for "They Can't Take That Away From Me".moreless
  • July 2, 1956
    July 2, 1956
    Episode 1
    Vic's guests on his opening show are his wife actress Pier Angeli, Spring Byington (December Bride), comedian Buddy Hackett and singer/actress Shirley Jones.