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The Dean Martin Show

All Episodes 1965 - 1974

  • Ended
  • NBC
  • 1965-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • 60 mins
  • 10 days, 10 hours, 0 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Comedy
Dean Martin hosts with several different celebrities that have several sketches of improv that breaks down comedy, race, and sex all at of the same time.

260 episodes

A compilation of the best of the Dean Martin Show. Guests included are: Lucille Ball, Bill Cosby, John Wayne, Bing Crosby, Rowan and Martin, Jonathan Winters, Phil Silvers and Frank Sinatra

Includes Ann-Margret, Jack Benny, Ella Fitzgerald, Victor Borge, Orson Welles, Goldie Hawn, Bob Newhart, Jimmy Stewart, Dom De Luise, and Frank Sinatra.

1x01 Frank Sinatra / Diahann Carroll / Jan & Dean

  • Series Premiere

    1965-09-17T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Premiere Episode of The Dean Martin Show.Music:--Frank Sinatra sings ""Is It Love"" and ""September Song""--Dean Martin - ""Houston""--Jan & Dean - ""Little Old Lady From Pasadena""Also appearing:--Bob Newhart--Danny Thomas--Diahann Carroll--Steve Allen--Frankie Avalon--Joey HeathertonThe Sid and Marty Krofft puppets also appear.

1x02 John Wayne / Peggy Lee / Jack Jones

  • 1965-09-24T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --John Wayne and Dean Martin - ""Don't Fence Me In"" and ""Everybody Loves Somebody"" --Dean Martin - ""Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On"" --Peggy Lee - ""When a Woman Loves a Man,"" ""I'm Just Wild About Harry,"" ""Bill"" and ""Alright, Okay, You Win"" --Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - ""I've Got Your Number"" --Jack Jones - 'Sound of Music' medley (""Sound of Music,"" ""My Favorite Things"" and ""Climb Every Mountain"") --Shari Lewis - ""The Name Game"" --The Krofft Puppets - ""Tweedlee Dee"" Also: Rudy Cardenas (juggler) Walker Dare Wahl (comedian)

1x03 Episode #3

  • 1965-10-01T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

--The Dave Clark Five - ""Catch Us If You Can"" and ""Having a Wild Weekend"" --Eddie Fisher - ""When I Was Young"" and ""Lady of Spain"" --Abbe Lane - ""Pass Me By,"" ""Let's Fall in Love"" and ""Hernando's Hideaway"" --Phyllis Diller --Dean Martin - ""Here Comes My Baby"" --Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - ""C'est Magnifique"" --Dean Martin, Eddie Fisher and John Bubbles - ""We Three"" --John Bubbles (singer-dancer) - ""Lady Be Good"" and ""When My Baby Smiles at Me"" --Kroft Puppets - ""I Enjoy Being a Girl""

--Dean Martin - ""Born to Lose"" --The Curtis Brothers (dancers) --Vic Damone - ""Someday"" and ""You Don't Know Me"" --Ferrante and Teicher (piano duo) - ""Brazilian Sleigh Bells"" --The Hardy Family (balancing act) --Gordon and Sheila MacRae - ""Where Would You Be Without Me?"" --Gordon MacRae - ""Who Can I Turn To?"" --Allan Sherman (comedian) - sings parodies of ""Secret Love,"" ""Old Black Magic"" and ""Heart"" --Shani Wallis (singer) - ""I'm a Girl"" and ""How Are Things in Glocca Morra?""

1x05 Episode #5

  • 1965-10-15T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dino, Desi and Billy (Dean Martin Jr., Desi Arnaz Jr. and Billy Hinsche) - ""I'm A Fool"" and ""Not the Lovin' Kind"" --Pearl Bailey - ""What Is a Man?"" and ""You Can't Make It Anywhere"" --Serendipity Singers - ""Sobbin' Women"" --Dean Martin - ""Take These Chains"" --Dean Martin, Pearl Bailey & George Gobel - ""In a Little Spanish Town"" and ""It Happened in Monterey"" --Gretchen Wyler - ""Bidin' My Time"" --Dukes of Dixieland - ""Muskrat Ramble"" and ""Exactly Like You""

1x06 Episode #6

  • 1965-10-22T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

--Dean Martin - ""King of the Road"" --Dean Martin and Louis Armstrong - medley: ""My Kind of Girl,"" ""Sweet Sue,"" ""Diane,"" ""Sweet Georgia Brown"" and ""Hello, Dolly"" --Louis Armstrong and band - ""A Lot of Livin' to Do"" and ""My Bucket's Got a Hole in It"" --Robert Goulet - ""Come Back to Me"" and ""Time After Time"" --Lainie Kazan - ""My Man's Gone Now"" and ""Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair"" --Kirby Stone Four (vocal group) --Brascia and Tybee (dance team) --Helene and Howard (comedic dancers) --The Trio Leema (comedic contortionists)

1x07 Episode #7

  • 1965-10-29T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

--Dean Martin - ""They'll Never Believe Me"" --Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - ""Give Me a Little Kiss"" --Dean Martin, Jane Powell and Jonathan Winters - medley of songs from vintage movie musicals. --John Gary - ""How Deep Is the Ocean?"" and ""Possum Song"" --Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five - ""Caledonia"" and ""Honey Bee"" --Jane Powell - ""Do I Hear a Waltz?"" --Jonathan Winters (comedian) --The Krofft Puppets - ""What's New Pussycat?""

1x08 Episode #8

  • 1965-11-05T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Where Or When"" --Ethel Merman - ""All Alone"" and ""All by Myself"" --Dean Martin and Ethel Merman - Broadway medley (see ""Recap"" for song titles) --Leslie Uggams - ""Keep Your Head on the Plow,"" ""He's Got the Whole World in His Hands"" and ""Sermonette"" --Joey Heatherton (singer-dancer) - ""Looking for a Boy"" --The New Christy Minstrels - ""Wimoweh"" Also: --Jack Carter (comedian) --Leonard Barr (comic dancer, Dean Martin's uncle) --The Carlssons (balancing act)

1x09 Episode #9

  • 1965-11-12T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #9 Guests: --Mickey Rooney --Tammy Grimes --Kate Smith --Corbett Monica --Elaine Dunn --The Amin Brothers (acrobats)

1x10 Episode #10

  • 1965-11-26T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show # 10 Music: --Dean Martin (with chorus) - ""Things"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Nevertheless"" --Dean Martin, Milton Berle and Lisa Kirk - ""Enjoy Yourself,"" ""Happy Talk"" and ""Sunny Side Up"" --Milton Berle - ""Mad Dogs and Englishmen"" --Charo (with Xavier Cugat and his orchestra) - ""Oh Lonesome Me"" --Xavier Cugat (with orchestra) - ""El Cumbanchero"" --Ronnie Demarco (dancer) - ""Ronnie's Stomp"" --Lisa Kirk - ""Consider Yourself"" and ""Have I Stayed Too Long at the Fair?"" --The Windsor Boys Choral Group - ""Chim Chim Cheree"" Also: --Phil Ford and Mimi Hines (comedy team)

Show #11 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Blue, Blue Day"" --Dean Martin and Tony Bennett - medley: ""San Francisco,"" ""Houston,"" ""I Love Paris,"" Foggy Day in London Town"" and ""My Kind of Town"" --Tony Bennett - ""Who Can I Turn To?"" and ""Moment of Truth"" --Dean Martin and Barbara McNair - ""The Best Things in Life Are Free"" --Barbara McNair - ""Daddy"" and ""Don't Rain on My Parade"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""If You Were the Only Girl"" --Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - ""The Darktown Strutters' Ball"" --Nanette Fabray - ""It's a Most Unusual Day"" Also: --Guy Marks (comedian) --Yonely (musical-comedian) - plays a piano by using a baseball bat.

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Singing the Blues"" --The Andrews Sisters and Dean Martin - medley: ""Don't Fence Me In"" and ""Apple Blossom time"" --Louis Armstrong - ""Someday"" and ""So Long, Dearie"" --Carol Lawrence and Dean Martin - ""Baby Face"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Funny Face"" --Line Renaud (French singer) - ""Lui et Moi"" (""Side by Side"") Also: --Gene Baylos (comedian) --Rich Little NBC repeated this show on May 12, 1966.

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Bumming Around"" & ""Thank Heaven for Little Girls"" --Dean Martin & George Gobel - ""Take These Chains"" --Dean Martin & Ken Lane - ""I'm Confessin'"" --Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald & Gordon MacRae - medley: ""You Are My Sunshine,"" ""Red River Valley"" and ""Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie"" --Ella Fitzgerald - ""Can't Buy Me Love"" --Barrie Chase - ""Who Can I Turn To"" --Gordon and Sheila MacRae - medley: ""Desert Song,"" ""Fly Me to the Moon"" and ""Dark Town Strutters Ball""

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Everybody but Me"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Blue Moon""--Dean Martin, Stanley Holloway and Louis Prima - medley: ""The Girl That I Marry,"" ""Aba-Daba Honeymoon"" & ""Love and Marriage""--Janis Paige - ""Downtown""--Joanie Sommers - ""Something's Coming""--Stanley Holloway - ""Thank You So Much, Missus Lowsborough-Goodbye""--Louis Prima, Gia Maione, Sam Butera and the Witnesses - ""Las Vegas Woman""--Homer and Jethro - ""Red Roses for a Blue Lady"" --Dean Martin with Homer and Jethro - ""She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain""

Show #15 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Bye Bye, Blackbird"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now"" --Peggy Lee - ""It's a Wonderful World"" and ""When the World Was Young"" --Frankie Avalon - ""Standing on the Corner,"" ""Making Whoopee"" and ""There Is Nothing Like a Dame"" --Rose Marie - ""Little Girl Blue"" --Rose Marie and Dean Martin - ""Smile"" --Allan Sherman - ""It's a Most Unusual Play"" --The Kelly Sisters - ""The Grass Is Greener"" Also: --Guy Marks

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""S'posin'"" --Vic Dana - ""Ramona,"" ""Down by the Riverside"" --Mahalia Jackson - ""Just a Closer Walk with Thee"" --Kay Starr - ""Rock and Roll Waltz,"" ""My Favorite Things"" and ""Bluesette"" --Key Star and Dean Martin - medley: ""Silver Dollar,"" ""Money Burns a Hole in My Pocket"" and ""Wheel of Fortune"" --Soupy Sales - ""The Rain in Spain"" --The Swingle Singers - Bach's ""Salfeggletto"" and ""La Marche de Limoges"" Also: --Yonely (musical comedian) --Davis and Reese (comedy team) --John Byner (comedian)

1x17 Episode #17

  • 1966-01-21T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Gisele MacKenzie, Shari Lewis, Tommy Sands, The McGuire Sisters, and The Treniers.

1x18 Episode #18

  • 1966-01-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #18 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Slow Boat to China"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Pennies from Heaven"" --Polly Bergen - medley: ""Who Can I Turn To?"" ""Remember?"" ""I Can't Give You Anything but Love"" and ""Paper Moon"" --Buddy Greco - ""Falling in Love with Love"" and ""Girl from Ipanema"" --Stanley Holloway - ""Mrs. Worthington"" and ""Comedy Tonight"" Also: --Bill Dana (comedian, in character as Jose Jimenez, ""the world's greatest movie director"") --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (comedy team)

1x19 Bob Hope/Juliet Prowse/Joel Grey

  • 1966-02-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #19 Music: --Dean Martin - ""C'est Si Bon"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Home"" --Dean Martin and the Lively Set - ""Get Happy"" --Joel Grey - ""Shine on My Shoes"" --Juliet Prowse - ""Blue Prelude"" --Pete Fountain (jazz clarinetist with band) - ""Basin Street Blues"" --The Lively Set - ""Try to Remember"" Also: --Bob Hope --Donna Butterworth (8-year-old singer)

1x20 Lucille Ball / Bill Cosby / Kate Smith

  • 1966-02-11T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Where or When"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Melancholy Baby"" --Bill Cosby and Dean Martin - ""You Gotta Be a Football Hero""--Lucille Ball, Kate Smith and Dean Martin - Vaudeville medley: ""Give My Regards to Broadway,"" ""Wait till the Sun Shines Nellie"" and ""Yankee Doodle Boy"" (and possibly ""In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"" and ""I Don't Care"")--Kate Smith - ""Climb Every Mountain"" and ""I Left My Heart in San Francisco"" --Big Tiny Little (pianist, with his band) - ""Caledonia""Also appearing: --Rowan & Martin

Music:--Dean Martin - ""I Will"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""True Love"" --Julie London - ""Girl Talk"" and ""Never on Sunday"" --Julie London and Dean Martin - ""Two Sleepy People"" --Mahalia Jackson - ""The House I Love In"" --Eddie Albert - ""Ya Got Trouble"" --Guy Marks, Eddie Albert and Dean Martin - ""Style"" --Phyllis Diller and Dean Martin - ""I Hate Men"" and ""You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby"" --The Swingle Singers - Bach's Prelude No. 9

1x22 Eddie Fisher / Don Adams / Kate Smith

  • 1966-02-25T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Here Comes My Baby""--Dean Martin and Ken Lane (pianist) - ""You Made Me Love You"" --Eddie Fisher - medley of Jolson songs (""Baby Face,"" ""Liza,"" ""Rockabye Your Baby"")--Dean & Eddie - ""Back In Your Own Backyard"" & ""My Baby Just Cares For Me""--Kate Smith - ""More"" & ""If Ever I Would Leave You""--Dean Martin and Kate Smith - medley (""Shine On, Harvest Moon,"" ""Moonlight and Roses"" & ""Alexander's Ragtime Band"") Comedy:--Don Adams, Agent 86 from ""Get Smart,"" talks about the spy business. --Rich Little does impressions of celebrities.Also appearing: The Piero Brothers (jugglers). Van Alexander (orchestra conductor)

1x24 Episode #24

  • 1966-03-11T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Ella Fitzgerald, Johnny Mathis, The Young Americans, Shelley Berman, Gene Shelson

1x25 Episode #25

  • 1966-03-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Godfrey Cambridge, Frankie Randall, Hal LeRoy, The Tangiers.

Music: Diana Ross and the Supremes - ""Mother Dear""Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass - ""Winds of Barcelona"" & ""Bittersweet Samba""Jane Morgan - ""Downtown"" Dean Martin - ""I'm Gonna Change Everything""Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""I Don't Know Why""Dean Martin and Imogene Coca - ""When You're Smiling""Imogene Coca - ""People""Dean Martin and the Kroft Puppets - ""Side by Side""Also appearing: --The Step Brothers

Show #27 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Somewhere There's a Someone"" and ""Pretty Baby"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane -""It's the Talk of the Town"" --Paul Anka - ""It Only Takes a Moment"" and ""Red Roses for a Blue Lady"" --Morgana King - ""Mountain High, Valley Low"" --Morgana King and Dean Martin - ""Loch Lomond"" and ""Goodnight, Irene"" --Dean Martin and Pat Suzuki - ""Sole, Sole, Sole"" --Pat Suzuki - ""Sunday Kind of Love"" and ""Hooray for Hollywood"" --Dean Martin, Bob Newhart and Sid Caesar - medley: ""My Heart Sings"" and ""Singin' in the Rain"" Comedy: (Please see ""Recap"")

Music: Dean Martin - ""Born to Lose""Dean Martin & George Jessel - ""Carolina in the Morning""Dean Martin & Ken Lane - ""Imagination"" The Righteous Brothers - ""(You're My) Soul and Inspiration""Lainie Kazan - ""I Cried for You""The Swingin' Lads - ""Hand Clappin'""

1x29 Patti Page / Chita Rivera / Jack Jones

  • 1966-04-22T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Gene Baylos, Jack Jones, Gordon MacRae, Sheila MacRae, Roger Miller, Patti Page, Chita Rivera

1x30 Episode #30

  • 1966-05-06T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Bill Cosby, Liberace, Guy Marks, Dorothy Loudon

2x01 Second Season Premiere

  • Season Premiere

    1966-09-16T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad"" --Peggy Lee - ""You've Got Possibilities"" and ""The Shining Sea"" --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - ""Good Morning"" --Dorothy Provine - ""Lorelei"" Also appearing: --Buddy Hackett --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (comedy team) --Guy Marks

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Somewhere There's a Someone"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""That Old Feeling"" --Dean Martin and Dom DeLuise - ""That's Amore"" --Dean Martin and Carol Lawrence - ""Somebody Loves Me"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Falling in Love with Love"" --Liberace - ""Mack the Knife"" --Gene Krupa (drummer with his jazz quartet) - ""Sing, Sing, Sing"" --Bob Newhart, Dean Martin, Liberace and Dom DeLuise - ""It's Better with a Union Man"" NBC repeated this show on April 20, 1967.

Show # 33 Music: --Dean Martin - ""My Heart Cries for You"" --Duke Ellington (with band) - ""Do Nothing till You Hear from Me,"" ""Don't Get Around Much Anymore,"" ""Mood Indigo,"" ""Caravan"" and ""Satin Doll"" --The Andrews Sisters - ""What Now, My Love?"" and ""That's How Young I Feel"" --The Andrews Sisters and Dean Martin - medley of Andrew Sisters songs. (Please see ""Recap"") --Lainie Kazan - ""Porgy, I Is Your Woman"" and ""I Loves You, Porgy"" --Frank Gorshin (with dancers) - ""The Riddler"" Also appearing: --Tom Conway

2x04 Episode #34

  • 1966-10-07T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Today Is Not the Day"" --Vikki Carr - ""You're Gonna Hear from Me"" and ""Before the Parade Passes By"" --Vikki Carr and Dean Martin - ""Them There Eyes"" --George Gobel and Dean Martin - ""There's a Hole in the Bucket"" --Phil Harris - ""This Is All I Ask"" --Phil Harris and Dean Martin - ""Oh, Mr. Gallagher; Oh, Mr. Shean"" --Dean Martin, Vikki Carr, George Gobel and Phil Harris - medley (please see ""Recap"" for songs) Also: --Brascia and Tybee

Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm in the Mood for Love"" and ""If You Knew Susie"" --Dinah Shore - ""Bye, Bye Blackbird"" and ""I Had Myself a True Love"" --Dinah Shore and Dean Martin - ""Shine On Harvest Moon"" --George Burns - ""Some of These Days"" and ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --The Pair Extraordinaire - ""Love"" --Jonathan Winters and Wisa D'Orso - ""Standing on the Corner""

2x06 Episode #36

  • 1966-10-21T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Bye Bye, Blackbird"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""It Had to Be You"" --Florence Henderson - ""You Got Me,"" ""I'm Not Interested in You"" and ""Where Is He?"" --Florence Henderson and Dean Martin - ""Just in Time"" and ""Making Whoopee"" --Kate Smith - ""If He Walked into My Life Today"" and ""On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"" --Kate Smith - ""I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"" and ""I Remember It Well"" --Frank Fontaine - Dear Heart"" Also: --Bill Dana

Music: --Dean Martin - ""The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Red Sails in the Sunset"" --John Wayne and Dean Martin - ""I'm an Old Cowhand"" --Joey Heatherton - ""Frankie and Johnnie"" and ""You Made Me Love You"" --Gail Martin - ""Rose of Washington Square"" --Gail and Dean Martin - ""Bye, Bye Blackbird,"" ""Mister Meadowlark,"" ""Back in Your Own Backyard"" and ""Honey"" Also: --Bill Cosby --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin

2x08 Episode #38

  • 1966-11-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Louis Armstrong, Ray Bolger, Nanette Fabray, Lainie Kazan, Allan Drake

Music:--Dean Martin - ""A Million and One"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?"" --Diahann Carroll - ""Falling in Love with Love,"" ""Am I Blue?"" and ""What Did I Have?"" --Diahann Carroll and Dean Martin - ""A Hundred Years from Today"" --Dean Martin and guests - ""Applause""Also appearing: --The Step Brothers (dancers) --Sid Caesar --Phyllis Diller

Guests: --Tony Martin --Caterina Valente --Russ Lewis --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (comedy team) Music: --Tony Martin and Dean Martin perform ""There Is Nothing Like A Dame"", ""I Could Write A Book"", ""I've Got You Under My Skin"", ""I Get A Kick Out of You"", ""You Make Me Feel So Young"" and ""They Can't Take That Away From Me""

2x11 Episode #41

  • 1966-11-25T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests:--Eddie Albert --Alice Faye --Phil Harris --Jan Murray

Show #42 Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Gonna Change Everything"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Just Friends"" --Elaine Dunn - ""Like Young"" and ""You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You"" --Eddy Arnold - ""Cotton Fields Back Home,"" ""Tips of My Fingers"" and ""I'm Sitting on Top of the World"" --Eddy Arnold and Dean Martin - ""Singing the Blues,"" ""Blue, Blue Day"" and ""Any Time"" --Arthur Godfrey - ""Sid, Old Kid"" --Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - ""Tiny Bubbles"" --Dom DeLuise, Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - ""Little Tin Box""

2x13 Episode #43

  • 1966-12-09T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Cold Cold Heart"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""The Things We Did Last Summer"" --Robert Goulet - ""I'll Take Romance"" --Robert Goulet and Dean Martin - ""Breezin' Along with the Breeze"" --Gisele MacKenzie - ""Mrs. Worthington"" --Deana Martin (Dean's daughter) - ""From the Bottom of Your Mind"" --Deana and Dean Martin - ""You Are My Lucky Star"" and ""Side by Side"" --Dean Martin and guests - Silent film medley

2x14 Episode #44

  • 1966-12-16T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Nobody's Baby Again"" --Vic Damone - ""She Loves Me"" --Vic Damone and Dean Martin - ""Ciao, Compare"" --Don Cherry - ""Married"" --Don Cherry and Dean Martin - ""The Glory of Love"" and ""Gotta Travel On"" --Caterina Valente - ""So Nice"" --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - ""One Note Samba"" Also: --Sid Caesar (comedian) - appears in a comedy sketch as a cafe violinist --George Kirby

2x15 Episode #45

  • 1966-12-23T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #45(Please see ""Recap"" for song titles.)

2x16 Episode #46

  • 1966-12-30T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music includes: --Sergio Franchi - ""C'est Magnifique"" and ""Climb Every Mountain"" --Stanley Holloway - ""Down at the Old Bull and Bush,"" ""Champagne Charley,"" ""Wot Cher"" and ""I'm Old Fashioned"" --Stanley Holloway also performs a song with his wife Elaine.

2x17 Episode #47

  • 1967-01-06T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Let the Good Times In"" --Florence Henderson - ""Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"" and ""Love Makes the World Go Round"" --Florence Henderson and Dean Martin - ""Ain't We Got Fun?"" and ""Put on a Happy Face"" --Jack Jones - ""Treat Me Rough"" --Jack Jones and Dean Martin - ""Detour""--Kaye Stevens - ""Red River Valley"" and ""Get Out of Town"" --Kaye Stevens and Dean Martin - ""Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone""

Music: --Dean Martin - ""A Marshmallow World"" --Leslie Uggams - ""Fascinating Rhythm"" and ""Slap That Bass"" --Leslie Uggams and Dean Martin - ""Clap Yo Hands,"" ""Snap Your Fingers"" and ""Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive"" --Eddie Foy Jr. - ""Gigi"" --Steve Rossi - ""My Lonely Room"" Comedy: --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi do a sketch about lion hunters. --Jackie Mason talks about tax problems.

2x19 Episode #49

  • 1967-01-20T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Come Running Back"" --Shirley Bassey and Dean Martin - ""Pennies from Heaven"" and ""April Showers"" --Kate Smith - ""The Hostess with the Mostes',"" ""It's Today"" and ""The Impossible Dream"" --Kate Smith and Dean Martin - ""In the Cool, Cool of the Evening,"" ""Are You Having Any Fun?"" ""It's a Grand Night for Singing"" and ""Roll Out the Barrel"" --The Baja Marimba Band - ""Gay Ranchero""

2x20 Episode #50

  • 1967-01-27T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""If You Knew Susie"" --Petula Clark - ""Downtown"" and ""For All We Know"" --Dino, Desi & Billy - ""If You're Thinkin' What I'm Thinkin'"" --Jack Jones - ""The Mood I'm In,"" ""Runnin' Wild"" and ""Lady"" Also: --Phyllis Diller (comedian) - gives Dean Martin a tour of her kitchen. --Jackie Vernon (comedian)

2x21 Episode #51

  • 1967-02-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Songs include:--Dean Martin - ""Ma Blushin' Rosie"" --Jane Morgan - ""Ten Cents a Dance"" --Rose Marie - ""The Trolley Song"" --Frank Gorshin - ""My Home Town"" --The Kim Sisters - ""You're Gonna Hear from Me""

Guests: Adam West, Patrice Munsel, Trini Lopez

2x23 Episode #53

  • 1967-02-24T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Is It True What They Say About Dixie?"" --Connie Francis - ""Cute Little Mini Skirt"" and ""Chella Lia"" and ""Al di La"" --Connie Francis and Dean Martin - ""Yankee Doodle Boy,"" ""My Old Kentucky Home,"" Indiana,"" ""Way Down Yonder in New Orleans"" and ""California, Here I Come"" --Phil Harris - ""Philly Boy"" and ""That's Life"" --Don Cherry - ""There Goes Everything""

2x24 Episode #54

  • 1967-03-03T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #54 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Love! Love! Love!"" --Keely Smith - ""A Lot of Livin' to Do"" and ""Gone with the Wind"" --Vincent Edwards - ""It's Not Unusual""

2x25 Episode #55

  • 1967-03-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Arthur Godfrey--Leonard Barr--Guy Marks--Claudia Martin.

2x26 Episode #56

  • 1967-03-17T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music:--Dean Martin - ""You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"" --Ella Fitzgerald - ""Hallelujah, I Love Him So"" and ""You've Changed"" --Red Buttons and Dean Martin - ""Thank Heaven for Little Girls"" --Edie Adams - ""If Love Were All"" and ""Gotta Dance"" Also: --Dom DeLuise and wife Carol Arthur appear with Dean in a barroom skit.

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Ol' Man River"" --Louis Prima - ""That's Life"" and ""Undecided"" --Buddy Greco - ""When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love"" and ""What Now, My Love?"" --Janet Blair - ""Thoroughly Modern Millie"" --The McGuire Sisters - ""Show Me"" --Dean Martin and the McGuire Sisters - medley: ""I'll Never Smile Again,"" ""My Kind of Town,"" ""Strangers in the Night,"" ""Witchcraft,"" ""High Hopes"" and ""All the Way""

2x28 Episode #58

  • 1967-03-31T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #58 - March 30, 1967 Music: --Herman's Hermits - ""Dandy"" and ""There's A Kind Of Hush"" --Dean Martin and Herman's Hermits - ""Mairzy Doats"" --Dean Martin - ""Baby Face"" --Dean Martin and Abbe Lane - ""C'est Magnifique"" and ""C'est Si Bon"" --Abbe Lane - ""MiLord"" and ""I Love Paris"" --Eddie Fisher - ""I Will Wait for You"" and ""People Like You"" --Gene Barry (actor-singer) - ""Cherry"" Also appearing: --Corbett Monica (comedian) Show #59 - April 6, 1967 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Love"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""It's the Talk of the Twon"" --Phil Harris - ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --Dean Martin and Phil Harris - ""If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd Have Baked a Cake"" --Sally Ann Howes - ""Typically English"" --Dean Martin and Sally Ann Howes - ""Let's Call the Whole Thing Off"" --The Kessler Twins - ""Big Spender"" --Dean Martin and the Kessler Twins - ""A Lovely Conversation"" Also appearing: --Paul Winchell (ventriloquist) --Bob Melvin (comedian) Sho

2x29 Episode #59

  • 1967-04-07T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Songs:--Dean Martin - ""Love"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""It's the Talk of the Town"" --Phil Harris - ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --Dean Martin and Phil Harris - ""If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd Have Baked a Cake"" --Sally Ann Howes - ""Typically English"" --Dean Martin and Sally Ann Howes - ""Let's Call the Whole Thing Off"" --The Kessler Twins - ""Big Spender"" --Dean Martin and the Kessler Twins - ""A Lovely Conversation""

2x30 Show #60

  • 1967-04-14T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Final new show of the 2nd season: Scheduled guests:--Bing Crosby--Polly Bergen--Don Cherry--Dan Rowan and Dick Martin

3x01 Jimmy Stewart/Orson Welles/Juliet Prowse

  • Season Premiere

    1967-09-15T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #61 - 3rd Season Premiere Music:--Dean Martin - ""Welcome to My World"" and ""The Birds and the Bees"" --Juliet Prowse - ""The Very Soft Shoes"" --Dean Martin, Jimmy Stewart and Orson Welles - ""Personality"" --Orson Welles and Dean Martin - ""Brush Up Your Shakespeare"" --Jimmy Stewart and Dean Martin - ""Ragtime Cowboy Joe""

3x02 Episode #62

  • 1967-09-22T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests:--Rosemary Clooney --Buddy Hackett --Minnie Pearl --David Steinberg

3x03 Episode #63

  • 1967-09-29T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Flip Wilson --Don Rickles --Roy Rogers and Dale Evans --Petula Clark

3x04 Phil Silvers/Janet Leigh/Eddy Arnold

  • 1967-10-06T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Janet Leigh --Phil Silvers --Jeremy Vernon --Eddy Arnold

3x05 Episode #65

  • 1967-10-13T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Blue Blue Day"" and ""It's the Talk of the Town"" --Dean Martin sings ""High Hopes"" (to a Little League baseball team) --Gail Martin - 'Sing' medley --Stanley Holloway - ""Fish 'n' Chips"" (with dancers) --Stanley Holloway and Dean Martin - ""It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo"" and ""With a Little Big of Luck""

3x06 Episode #66

  • 1967-10-20T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music includes: --Dean Martin - ""On a Slow Boat to China"" and ""You Made Me Love You"" --Bing Crosby and Dean Martin - ""Give Me the Simple Life"" and a medley of Al Jolson songs. --Lena Horne - ""Softly As I Leave You"" and ""You'd Better Love Me"" (Please see ""Recap"" for more episode info.)

3x07 Episode #67

  • 1967-10-27T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Confessin' that I Love You"" and ""I'm Gonna Change Everything"" --Donald O'Connor and Dean Martin - ""The Lady's in Love with You,"" ""They Don't Believe Me,"" ""My Buddy"" and ""He's a Ladies' Man"" --Nancy Ames - ""Pow, Pow, Pow"" and ""Fly Me to the Moon""

3x08 Episode #68

  • 1967-11-03T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Pride"" and ""Release Me"" --Peggy Lee - ""Alfie"" and ""The Lonesome Road""--Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - blues medley (see ""Recap"") --Van Johnson - ""How Could You Believe Me?"" (with dancers) --Van Johnson and Dean Martin - ""Button Up Your Overcoat"" --Homer and Jethro - ""Yellow Rose of Texas"" and ""Let Me Go Lover"" --Homer and Jethro with Dean Martin - ""I've Got Tears in My Ears""

3x09 Episode #69

  • 1967-11-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #69

3x11 Woody Allen/Kate Smith/Arthur Godfrey

  • 1967-11-24T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Let the Good Times In"" and ""Home"" --Kate Smith - ""Anyone Can Move a Mountain"" and ""At the Moving Picture Ball"" --Kate Smith and Dean Martin - ""Let Me Call You Sweetheart"" and a medley of travel songs. --Kaye Stevens and Dean Martin - ""I Wish I Were in Love Again"" --Janie Gee and Dean Martin - ""Little Girl,"" ""You're an Old Smoothie"" and ""You Make Me Feel So Young"" Also appearing: --Woody Allen

Show #72 Music: --Dean Martin - ""I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"" and ""If You Knew Susie"" --Lena Horne - ""I'll Plant My Own Tree"" and ""Some Day My Prince Will Come"" --The Andrews Sisters Also appearing: --Don Rickles (comedian) - recreates his nightclub act in which he pokes fun at celebrities in the audience. The audience includes Don Adams, Polly Bergen, Pat Boone, Barbara Eden, Joey Heatherton, Bob Hope, Rose Marie, Ross Martin, Ricardo Montalban and Danny Thomas.

3x13 Episode #73

  • 1967-12-08T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Van Johnson , Patrice Munsel , Susan Barrett , John Barbour , Wisa D'Orso

Guests: Bob Newhart, Dom DeLuise, Caterina Valente & Guy Marks

""Christmas with the Martins and Sinatras"" Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra's families gather together for a Christmas show.

Show #76 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Almost Like Being in Love"" and ""Blue Moon"" --Polly Bergen - ""Gonna Build a Mountain"" and ""Hi Lili Hi Lo"" --Polly Bergen and Dean Martin - ""Tumbling Tumbleweeds"" and ""Crawdad Song"" --The Mills Brothers - ""Glowworm"" and ""Cab Criver"" --The Mills Brothers and Dean Martin - ""Lazy River"" --Dean Martin and guests - Beer Garden medley: ""Cabaret,"" ""Ach du Lieber"" and ""Blue Danube Waltz""

3x17 Episode #77

  • 1968-01-05T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Is it True What They Say About Dixie?"" --Helen Grayco performs ""The Mood I'm In"" and ""For Once In My Life"" --Helen Grayco and Dean Martin - ""Walking My Baby Back Home"" and ""Would You Like to Take a Walk"" --Morgana King performs ""I Have Loved Me A Man"". --Morgana King and Dean Martin - ""So Long,"" ""Now Is the Hour"" and ""Auld Lang Syne""

3x18 Episode #78

  • 1968-01-12T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Young at Heart"" and ""I Will"" --Barbara Heller - ""Forget Me"" --Susan Barrett - ""Strike Up the Band"" --Susan Barrett and Dean Martin - ""The Gypsy in My Soul,"" ""King of the Road,"" ""Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!,"" ""Bumming Around"" and ""Breezin' Along with the Breeze"" --Dean Martin and guests - ""What a Country""

Show #79 - January 18, 1968 Guests: --Eddie Albert --George Burns --Florence Henderson --Janie Gee

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Things"" and ""Welcome to My World"" --Joey Heatherton - ""You Came a Long Way from St. Louis"" and ""You Can Have Him"" --Joey Heatherton and Dean Martin - ""Just in Time"" --Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - ""How Long Will My Baby Be Gone?"" --Buck Owens and Dean Martin - ""I've Got a Tiger by the Tail"" and ""Love's Gonna Live Here"" Also appearing: --Orson Welles --Bob Melvin (comedian) --Professor Backwards (comedian)

3x21 Episode #81

  • 1968-02-02T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad"" --Alice Faye - medley of Lillian Russell songs --Alice Faye and Dean Martin - ""You'll Never Know"" --Phil Harris - ""I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"" --Julius La Rosa - ""On A Clear Day"" --Julius LaRosa and Dean Martin - ""Vino or Cappucino"" --The Kids Next Door - ""One of Those Songs"" Also appearing: --Norm Crosby --Yonely (comic musician)

3x22 Episode #82

  • 1968-02-09T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #82 February 8, 1968 --Lorne Greene --Red Buttons --Jane Morgan --Skiles & Henderson Show #83 February 15, 1968 --Ethel Merman --Rober Miller --Lainie Kazan --John Barbour --Carl Ballantine

3x23 Ethel Merman/Lainie Kazan/Roger Miller

  • 1968-02-16T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #83 (3rd season episode) February 15, 1968 Guests: --Ethel Merman --Rober Miller --Lainie Kazan --John Barbour --Carl Ballantine

3x24 Episode #84

  • 1968-02-23T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #84 Music: ""Begin the Beguine""....Keely Smith ""Treat Me Rough"".....Mickey Rooney ""I Love Paris""....Minnie Pearl ""Green Green Grass of Home""....Don Cherry Les Brown Orchestra conducts.

Show #85 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Houston"" and ""Red Sails in the Sun"" --Arthur Godfrey - ""If I Were a Rich Man"" --Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - medley of 1920's songs --Tony Sandler and Ralph Young - ""C'est Si Bon,"" ""Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma"" and ""Gonna Build a Mountain""

3x26 Episode #86

  • 1968-03-08T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #86 Music: --Dean Martin - ""That Old Clock on the Wall"" and ""I'm in the Mood for Love"" --Peggy Lee - ""Come Back to Me"" and ""Here's to You"" --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - Doodlin' medley --George Gobel and Dean Martin - ""Ode to Billy Joe"" --Eddie Foy Jr. - ""I'm Clarence Fitzgerald""

3x27 Episode #87

  • 1968-03-15T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #87 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Little Old Wine Drinker Me"" and ""A Hundred Years from Today"" --Liberace - medley --Caterina Valente - ""It's a Most Unusual Day"" and ""That Old Black Magic"" --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - ""It Had to Be You"" and a medley of 'New York' songs --George Jessel and Dean Martin - ""Toot, Toot, Tootsie!""

Show #88 Music: --Dino, Desi & Billy - ""My What A Shame"" --Dean Martin and Dino (Dean Martin Jr.) - ""Small Fry"" --Dean Martin - ""Here Comes My Baby"" and ""Pennies from Heaven"" --Dean Martin and Tony Bennett - medley of 'Girl Friend' songs --Tony Bennett - ""Fool of Fools"" and ""For Once in My Life"" --Florence Henderson - ""We're in the Money,"" ""I've Told Ev'ry Little Star,"" ""Beyond the Blue Horizon"" and ""The Continental"" Also appearing: --Bob Newhart

3x29 Episode #89

  • 1968-03-29T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #89 - March 28, 1968 Guests: --Vince Edwards --Billy De Wolfe --Linda Bennett --Morgana King --The Kids Next Door Next week: Show #90 - April 4, 1969 (final new show of the 3rd season) Music: --Dean Martin - ""Look for the Silver Lining,"" ""Nobody's Baby Again"" and ""It's Easy to Remember"" --Wisa D'Orso (singer-dancer) - ""I'm the First Girl in the Second Row in the Third Scene of the Fourth Number"" Also appearing: --Jimmy Stewart --George Gobel --Shecky Greene

April 4, 1968 (final new show of the 3rd season) Music: --Dean Martin - ""Look for the Silver Lining,"" ""Nobody's Baby Again"" and ""It's Easy to Remember"" --Wisa D'Orso (singer-dancer) - ""I'm the First Girl in the Second Row in the Third Scene of the Fourth Number"" Also appearing: --Jimmy Stewart --George Gobel --Shecky Greene

4x01 Lena Horne / Zero Mostel / Buddy Ebsen

  • Season Premiere

    1968-09-20T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Fourth Season PremiereMusic:--Dean Martin - ""Gentle on My Mind"" & ""If I Was a Millionaire""--Lena Horne - ""Live for Life"" and ""Make the Man Love Me"" --Lena Horne and Dean Martin - ""The Two of Us""--Buddy Ebsen - ""Ballin' the Jack"" --Buddy Ebsen & Dean Martin - ""Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean""--Zero Mostel - ""Show Me a Rose"" --Zero Mostel and Dean Martin - ""A Couple of Swells"" Also: --Shecky Greene (comedian) --Barbara Heller

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Rainbows Are Back in Style"" and ""That Old-Time Feeling"" --Dean Martin and Patricia Crowley - ""Baby, It's Cold Outside"" --Patricia Crowley - ""All I Need Is the Boy""--Orson Welles, Jack Gilford, Dean Martin and Patricia Crowley - ""Everybody Ought to Have a Maid"" Also appearing: --Edgar Bergen --Stanley Myron Handelman

Guests: --Lorne Greene --Juliet Prowse --Barbara Heller --Sammy Shore --Don DeLuise

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Bye Bye Blackbird"" and ""Real Live Girl""--Vincent Edwards - ""Don't Give Up"" --Phil Harris - ""The Bare Necessities""--Roger Miller - ""Orange Blossom Special"" (on fiddle) and ""What I'd Give to Be the Wind""--Gloria Loring - ""I Stayed Too Long at the Fair"" Also appearing:--Stanley Myron Handelman

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Green, Green Grass of Home"" and ""Almost Like Being in Love"" --Cyd Charisse and Dean Martin - ""I Got Rhythm"" --Cyd Charisse - ""Katie Went to Hati"" --Don Cherry and Dean Martin - ""Oh, Lonesome Me"" --Don Cherry - Take a Message to Mary"" --Linda Bennett - ""You Do Something to Me"" and ""You've Got That Thing"" Also appearing: --Ben Blue --Stanley Myron Handelman

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Honey"" and ""Love""--Van Johnson - ""The French Lesson""--Sue Raney - ""Getting to Know You""--Alice Faye, Van Johnson and Dean Martin - medley of songs from Ms. Faye's movies (""Rose of Washington Square,"" ""Ma Blushin' Rosie,"" ""Blue Skies,"" ""Alexander's Ragtime Band"" and ""You'll Never Know"") Also appearing:--Jackie Mason--Hendra and Ullett

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Somebody Stold My Gal"" and ""I'm Confessin'"" --Tony Bennett - ""I Left My Heart in San Francisco"" and ""Just in Time""--Elke Sommer and Dean Martin - medley: ""Side by Side,"" ""Gimme a Little Kiss, Will Ya Huh?"" and ""It's Been a Long Long Time"" Also appearing:--David Frye (comedian, impressionist) --Skiles and Henderson (comedy team) --The Golddiggers (troupe of singers-dancers)

Music: --Dean Martin - ""If You Knew Susie"" and ""I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"" --Florence Henderson - ""Play, Fiddle, Play"" and ""Gypsy Love Song"" --Morgana King - ""When the World Was Young"" Also appearing: --Dom DeLuise --Shecky Greene --Avery Schreiber

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Do You Believe This Town?"" and ""Oh, You Beautiful Doll"" --Lainie Kazan and Dean Martin - ""Love Is Just Around the Corner,"" ""Dream a Little Dream of Me"" and ""Show Me the Way to Go Home"" --Lainie Kazan - ""Johnny One Note"" and ""Come Rain or Come Shine"" --Minnie Pearl - ""Out Behind the Barn"" Also appearing: --David Janssen --Stu Gilliam --Stanley Myron Handelman

Music: --Abbe Lane and Dean Martin - ""I Could Have Danced All Night"" --Gordon MacRae - ""The Surrey with the Fringe on Top,"" ""People Will Say We're in Love"" and ""June Is Bustin' Out All Over"" --Gordon MacRae - ""If I Loved You"" --Gordon MacRae, Paul Lynde and Dean Martin - ""The Game"" Also: --Bob Newhart

Music:--Lena Horne - ""Out of This World""--Dean Martin and Lena Horne - ""Crazy Rhythm,"" ""I'm Old Fashioned"" and ""Nice 'n' Easy"" --Dean Martin - ""Home"" and ""Blue, Blue day"" --Skiles and Henderson (comedy team) - ""Big Noise from Winnetka"" --The Golddiggers - ""It's Fun to Be Young"" Also appearing: --George Gobel

Music: --Jimmy Stewart - plays ""Ragtime Cowboy Joe"" on piano --Caterina Valente - ""It Might as Well Be Spring"" --Dean Martin - ""Someday"" and ""Born to Lose"" Also appearing: --Dom DeLuise --Stanley Myron Handelman

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Little Old Wine Drinker, Me"" and ""Let the Rest of the World Go By""--George Burns - medley: ""With a Little Help from My Friends"" & ""Ain't Misbehavin'""--Phil Harris - Gentle on My Mind"" --Susan Barrett - ""When I'm Not Near the Boy I Love"" Also appearing:--Barbara Heller (comedian)

4x14 1968 Christmas Show

  • 1968-12-20T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

1968 Christmas Show --Dean Martin - ""I'll Be Home for Christmas"" and ""Marshmallow World"" --Dennis Weaver - ""The Marvelous Toy"" --Dean Martin with the Golddiggers - medley: ""Daddy,"" ""Trie Love"" and ""We Wish You the Merriest"" --Bob Newhart --Dom DeLuise Entire cast - ""Hey Li Ley, Li Ley Lo"" Entire cast - medley: ""Deck the Halls,"" ""O Little Town of Bethlehem,"" ""Joy to the World"" and ""Silent Night""

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Where or When"" and ""Red Sails in the Sunset"" --Frank Sinatra Jr. - ""Let's Face the Music and Dance"" --Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. - medley: ""They Can't Take That Away from Me,"" ""I Could Write a Book,"" ""I've Got You Under My Skin,"" ""Too Marvelous for Words,"" ""I Get a Kick Out of You"" and ""You Make Me Feel So Young""--Fran Jeffries - ""It Had Better Be Tonight"" and ""What Is A Woman?"" Also appearing:George GobelGene BaylosDom DeLuise

4x16 Orson Welles / Nancy Ames / Ben Blue

  • 1969-01-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music:--Dean Martin - ""April Showers"" and ""Things"" --Dean Martin and Nancy Ames - ""Cinderella Rockefella"" --Nancy Ames - ""On Green Dolphin Street""--Orson Welles - ""So Danco Samba"" Also appearing: --Ben Blue --Hendra and Ullett (comedy team) --Jerry Shane (comedian)

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Honey"" and ""Bumming Around"" --Dean Martin and Dan Dailey - ""When My Baby Smiles at Me"" --Dan Dailey - ""The Dance"" --Gloria Loring - ""Blame It on My Youth"" --Dean Martin and Gloria Loring - ""How About You?"" Also appearing:--Paul Lynde (comedian, spoofing Superman and Clark Kent) --Don Rice (comedian)

4x18 Lena Horne / Sid Caesar / Victor Borge

  • 1969-01-31T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Let the Good Times In"" and ""What Can I Say, Dear, After I Say I'm Sorry"" --Lena Horne - ""Hello, Young Lovers"" --Times Square Two - ""I've Got a Feeling for Ophelia"" Also appearing: --Victor Borge --Sid Caesar

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Is It True What They Say About Dixie?"" and ""Release Me"" --Lou Rawls - ""Feeling Good"" and ""I Love You, Yes I Do"" --Lainie Kazan - ""Peel Me a Grape"" Also: --Shecky Greene --Stanley Myron Handelman

4x20 Episode #110

  • 1969-02-14T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Gina Lollobridgida, Phil Silvers, Milburn Stone

4x21 Episode #111

  • 1969-02-21T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad,"" ""Little Green Apples"" and ""Green, Green Grass of Home"" --Bobby Darin - ""Long Line Rider"" --Bobby Darin and Dean Martin - medley of Al Jolson songs (see ""Recap"" for songs) --The Mills Brothers - ""The Ol' Race Track"" --The Mills Brothers and Dean Martin - ""Paper Doll"" and ""The Glowworm"" --Phyllis Diller - ""I Took My Harp to a Party"" --Phyllis Diller and Dean Martin - medley (see ""Recap"") Also: --Bob Newhart --Don Rice

4x22 Episode #112

  • 1969-02-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #112 Music: --Dean Martin - ""I Don't Know Why"" and ""On a Slow Boat to China"" --Angie Dickinson - ""I'll Never Fall in Love Again"" --Angie Dickinson and Dean Martin - ""Surrey with the Fringe on Top"" --Pat Boone - ""Take 10 Terrific Girls"" --Pat Boone and Dean Martin - ""Style"" --Bobbi Martin - ""She'll Have to Go"" --Bobbi Martin and Dean Martin - ""Hey, Good Lookin'"" and ""Just a Little Lovin'"" Also appearing: --George Gobel --Paul Gilbert

4x23 Episode #113

  • 1969-03-07T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""I Will"" and ""That Old Feeling"" --Peggy Lee - ""Some Day My Prince Will Come"" and ""Didn't We?"" --Peter Graves - ""A Well-Known Fact"" --Dino, Desi and Billy - ""Tell Someone You Love Them"" and ""Away"" --Minnie Pearl - ""That's Good Enough fo rMe"" and ""Careless Love"" Also appearing: --Stanley Myron Handelman

4x24 Episode #114

  • 1969-03-14T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Stars Fell on Alabama"" and ""Do You Believe This Town?"" --Dean Martin and Linda Bennett - ""Nevertheless"" --Eddie Albert - ""John Henry"" --Lina Bennett - ""Blues in the Night"" Also appearing: --Dom DeLuise --Georgie Kaye

4x25 Episode #115

  • 1969-03-21T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Not Enough Indians"" and ""Young At Heart"" --Barbara Eden - ""I Wish I Could Shimmy like My Sister Kate"" --Kate Smith - ""As Long As He Needs Me"" and ""On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"" --Dean Martin and guests - medley of Patriotic songs (""Yankee Doodle,"" ""God's Country,"" ""You're a Grand Old Flag"" and ""God Bless America"") Also appearing: --Mickey Rooney --Norm Crosby --The Times Square Two (comedy singers)

4x26 Episode #116

  • 1969-03-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

March 27, 1969 - Show #116 Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Sitting on Top of the World"" and ""Always"" --Shirley Jones and Dean Martin - medley: ""Oh, You Beautiful Doll,"" ""Someone to Watch over Me"" and ""Lovely to Look At"" --Shirley Jones - ""For Once in My Life"" --Don Cherry - ""To Think You've Chosen Me"" --Karen Wyman (teenage singer) Also appearing: --Paul Lynde --Shecky Greene April 3, 1969 - Show #117 --Michael Landon --Bobbi Martin --Dom DeLuise --Stu Gilliam --Will Jordan --The Kids Next Door April 10, 1969 - Show #118 --Sid Caesar --Lou Rawls --Gail Martin --Ray Stevens --Stanley Myron Handelman April 17, 1969 - Show #119 --Orson Welles --Caterina Valente --Jack Gilford --Leonard Barr

Final new show of the 4th season. Music: --Dean Martin - ""Gentle on My Mind,"" ""By the Time I Get to Phoenix"" and ""Little Green Apples"" --Raquel Welch - ""Show Me"" (with dancers) --The Golddiggers - ""The Golddiggers' Rag"" Also appearing: --Jimmy Stewart --Victor Borge

5x01 5th Season Premiere: Goldie Hawn; Dennis Weaver

  • Season Premiere

    1969-09-19T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Do You Believe This Town?"" --Goldie Hawn - ""Star"" --Dennis Weaver - ""Ya Got Trouble"" Also: --Dom DeLuise

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Here Comes My Baby"" and ""By The Time I Get To Phoenix"" --Elke Sommer - ""Strip Polka"" and ""Just A Little Lovin'"" --Charles Nelson Reilly - ""Dear Mr. Martin"" Also: --David Janssen --Don Rice (comedian)

5x03 Episode #123

  • 1969-10-03T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Rainbows Are Back in Style"" and ""That Old-Time Feeling"" --Sebastian Cabot - ""Here's to You"" --Caterina valente - ""Volga Boatman"" and ""It Only Takes a Moment"" --The Golddiggers - ""It's Fun to Be Young"" Also: --Bob Newhart --Stanley Myron Handelman

5x04 Episode #124

  • 1969-10-10T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music: --Dean Martin - ""Born to Lose"" and ""Nobody but a Fool"" --Dino, Desi and Billy - ""Spinning Wheel"" and ""I Live for You"" --Fess Parker - ""Sitting Here Drinking"" --Barbara Feldon - ""Murder, He Says"" --Jennifer Warren - ""I Walk the Line"" and ""Let the Sunshine In"" Also: --Charles Nelson Reilly

5x05 Episode #125

  • 1969-10-17T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #125 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Singing the Blues"" and ""Where the Blue and Lonely Go"" --George Burns - ""When the Evening Sun Is Sinking"" --The Mills Brothers - ""You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"" and ""Bye-Bye, Blackbird"" --Joey Heatherton and Dean Martin - medley: ""London Bridge Is Falling Down,"" ""Wouldn't It be Loverly?"" ""The Farmer in the Dell,"" ""Surrey with the Fringe on Top,"" ""A Tisket, A Tasket"" and ""Row, Row, Row Your Boat"" Also appearing: --Orson Bean --Jack Gilford

5x06 Episode #126

  • 1969-10-24T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #126 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Cryin' Time"" and ""The Sun Is Shining"" --Carol Channing - ""That's How Young I Feel"" and ""Softly as I Leave You"" --Walter Brennan and Dean Martin - ""I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore"" Also appearing: --Victor Borge --Dom DeLuise

5x07 Episode #127

  • 1969-10-31T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #127 - October 30, 1969 Music: --Dean Marttin - ""Love"" and ""It Just Happened That Way"" --Tony Bennett - ""I've Gotta Be Me"" and ""What the World Needs Now"" --Charles Nelson Reilly - ""Before the Parade Passes By"" Also: --Sid Caesar --Pat Henry

5x08 Episode #128

  • 1969-11-07T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #128 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Somebody Stole My Gal"" and ""It's the Talk of the Town"" --Bing Crosby - ""The Straight Life"" --Bing Crosby and Dean Martin - medley: ""Then I'll Be Happy,"" ""Mississippi Mud,"" ""I'm A Ding Dong Daddy,"" ""Gotta Date with An Angel,"" ""Dig You Later"" and ""Let Me Sing and I'm Happy"" Also appearing: --Eva Gabor --Jack Gilford --Dom DeLuise

5x09 Episode #129

  • 1969-11-14T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #129 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Little Ole Wine Drinker Me"" and ""Supposin'"" --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - ""Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah,"" ""I Got Rhythm"" and ""Beer Barrel Polka"" --Peggy Lee - ""Is That All There Is?"" --Dale Robertson - ""Help Yourself"" --Paula Kelly (singer-dancer) - ""Two-faced Woman"" --Paula Kelly and Dean Martin - ""Would You Like to Take a Walk?"" Also appearing: --Paul Lynde --Morty Gunty

5x10 Episode #130

  • 1969-11-21T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #130 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Gentle on My Mind"" and ""Release Me"" --Gordon MacRae - ""Soliloguy"" --Tommy Tune and Gail Martin - ""The Boy Friend"" --Gail Martin - ""Papa, Don't Preach to Me"" --Dean Martin and Gail Martin - ""Paris"" Also: --Stanley Myron Handelman --Dom DeLuise

5x11 Episode #131

  • 1969-11-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #131 Music: --Dean Martin - ""May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You,"" ""Home"" and ""Back in Your Own Back Yard"" --Joey Heatherton - ""How Come You Do Me like You Do?"" and ""How Long Had This Been Going On?"" Bobbi Martin - ""For the Love of Him"" Also: --Susan Cowsill (of the Cowsills) --Victor Borge --Don Rice III

5x12 Episode #132

  • 1969-12-05T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #132 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Welcome to My World"" and ""Not Enough Indians"" --Romy Schneider - ""Ain't Misbehavin'"" --Nancy Wilson - ""Son of a Preacher Man"" --Milburn Stone - ""Lida Rose"" --Milburn Stone and Dean Martin - medley: - ""K-K-K-Katy,"" ""Ma Blushin' Rosie,"" ""Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider,"" ""Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah"" and ""Serenade to an Old Fashioned Girl"" Also: --Charles Nelson Reilly

Show #133 Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Confessin'"" --Barbara Feldon - ""Murder, He Says"" --Barbara Feldon and Van Johnson - ""Partners"" --Irene Ryan - ""He Had Refinement"" --Irene Ryan and Dean Martin - ""You're Just in Love"" --Van Johnson - ""Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home"" --Van Johnson and Dean Martin - ""Standing on the Corner"" --Paul Lynde - ""Think Pink"" Also: --Jackie Gayle (comedian)

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Red Sails in the Sunset"" and ""Almost Like Being in Love""--Gina Lollobrigida - ""Give Him the Oo-La-La""--Orson Welles and Dean Martin - ""Here's to You"" --The Golddiggers (please see ""Recap"" for song titles) Also: --Orson Welles does a dramatic reading from Shakespeare's ""Richard II"" Plus: Comedy by George Gobel and Charles Nelson Reilly (please see ""Recap"" for details).

Music: --Dean Martin - “The Birds and the Bees"" and “The Green, Green Grass of Home”--Peter Graves sings “Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries” --Petula Clark - “Don’t Sleep in the Subway"" and ""You and I”--Petula Clark and Dean Martin - medley (please see ""Recap"")Also: Gale Gordon appears in a comedy sketch (please see ""Recap"")

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Open Up the Door and Let the Good Times In"" and ""I Don't Know Why"" --Andy Griffith - ""Lydia, the Tatooed Lady""--Sammy Davis Jr. - ""Wichita Lineman"" --Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin - medleyAlso:--Glenn Ash (comedian-singer) --Paul Lynde

Music:--Dean Martin - ""Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad"" and ""Stars Fell on Alabama""--Lou Rawls - ""Make the World Go Away""--Lou Rawls and Dean Martin - medley (please see Recap)--Virna Lisi - No Boom Boom""--Rocky Graziano (former middleweight champion) - ""My Fortune is My Face""--Orson Welles and Dean Martin - ""Give Me the Simple Life""Also appearing:--Don Rice III (comedian)

5x19 Episode #138

  • 1970-01-30T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #138 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Where or When"" and ""A Hundred Years from Today"" --Michael Landon - ""Son of a Travelin' Man"" --Michael Landon and Dean Martin - ""Gotta Travel On"" --Pat Crowley - ""Always True to You in My Fashion"" --Pat Crowley and Dean Martin - ""Let's Do It"" Also appearing: --Charles Nelson Reilly --Shecky Greene

5x20 Episode #139

  • 1970-02-06T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #139 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Someday"" and ""Honey"" --Caterina Valente - ""The Look of Love"" and ""Canto de Osanha"" --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - medley: ""South American Way,"" ""Orchids in the Moonlight,"" ""Brazil"" and ""Manana"" --The Golddiggers - ""Shuffle Off to Buffalo"" and ""Just like an Old Time Movie"" Also appearing: --Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev (ballet dancers) - do a pas de deux from ""Sleeping Beauty""

Music: --Dean Martin - “The Nearness of You"" & “Blue Blue Day”--Greg Morris - “Love’s Been Good to Me”--Ross Martin - “My Walking Stick”--Kate Smith-“If Ever I Would Leave You”--Kate Smith and Dean Martin - medley (please see ""Recap"" for song titles)

Music:--Dean Martin - “Is It True What They Say About Dixie?” “What Can I Say After I Say I’m Sorry?” --Buddy Ebsen - “Shine on Your Shoes”--Dean Martin and The Clinger Sisters - “Getting to know You” Also appearing: --Lee J. Cobb--Charles Nelson Reilly--Jackie Vernon

5x23 Ann-Margret / Bob Newhart

  • 1970-02-27T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Music:--Dean Martin - “Second Hand Rose” & “Welcome to My World”--Dean Martin and Ann-Margret - medley (please see ""Recap"" for song titles)--Dean Martin, Ann-Margret, Bob Newhart - “It’s Better With a Union Man”Comedy: --Bob Newhart does a comedy monologue about the launching of the first elevator. --Dean Martin as a patient whose doctor is Ann-Margret.

Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Sitting on Top of the World,"" ""By the Time I Get to Phoenix"" and ""Young at Heart"" --Barbara Anderson (actress, from ""Ironside"") - ""Hello, I Love You, Good-Bye""--Marty Robbins - ""Camelia"" --Dean Martin and Barbara Anderson - medley --Dean Martin and Marty Robbins - country medley Also appearing: --Sid Caesar --Gale Gordon --Alice Ghostley

5x25 Episode #144

  • 1970-03-13T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #144 - March 12, 1970Guests:Shirley Booth, Vikki Carr, Paul LyndeMusic:--Dean Martin - ""Things"" and ""Always""--Shirley Booth (actress) - sings ""He Don't Love Me Any More""--Vikki Carr - ""On a Clear Day"" and ""Esta Bien""--Dean Martin and Vicki Carr - medley: “Exactly Like You,” “I Wanna Be Loved by You,” “The Very Thought of You” Show #145 - 19Mar70Guests:Elke Sommer, Frank Sinatra Jr., Deanna Martin (Dean's daughter), Charles Nelson Reilly and Don Rice III.Music: --Dean Martin - ""They Didn't Believe Me,"" ""Ive Grown Accustomed to Her Face"" --Dean Martin, Deanna Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. - ""The Glory of Love"" --Frank Sinatra Jr. - ""I Concentrate on You"" --Deanna Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. - ""Darn It, Baby, That's Love"" Show #146 - 26Mar70Guests: Peggy Lee, Tommy Tune, Dom DeLuise, Albert Brooks and Art Metrano. Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter"" and ""Green, Green Grass of Home"" --Peggy Lee - ""Almost Like Being in Love"" and ""Watch What Ha

5x26 Episode #145

  • 1970-03-20T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 145

5x27 Episode #70

  • 1967-11-17T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #70 (3rd season episode) Music: --Dean Martin - ""Nevertheless"" and ""Turn to Me"" --Dean Martin, Buddy Ebsen and Dom DeLuise - ""I'll Never Be Jealous Again"" --Buddy Ebsen and Dean Martin - ""Sam's Song"" --Buddy Ebsen and Wisa D'Orso (choreographer) - song and dance number --Cyd Charisse and Dean Martin - ""I Won't Dance"" --Barbara McNair - ""Nothing Can Stop Me Now"" and ""Where Am I Going?"" --Barbara McNair and Dean Martin - ""Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea"" Also appearing: --Albert T. Berry (comedian)

6x01 Episode #148

  • Season Premiere

    1970-09-18T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 148

6x02 Episode #149

  • 1970-09-25T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x03 Episode #150

  • 1970-10-02T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x04 Episode #151

  • 1970-10-09T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x05 Episode #152

  • 1970-10-16T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x06 Episode #153

  • 1970-10-23T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x07 Episode #154

  • 1970-10-30T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x08 Episode #155

  • 1970-11-06T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x09 Epsode #156

  • 1970-11-13T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x10 Episode #157

  • 1970-11-20T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x11 Episode #158

  • 1970-11-27T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x12 Episode #159

  • 1970-12-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x13 Episode #160

  • 1970-12-11T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x14 Episode #161

  • 1970-12-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x15 Episode #162

  • 1971-01-01T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x16 Episode #163

  • 1971-01-08T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x17 Episode #164

  • 1971-01-15T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x18 Episode #165

  • 1971-01-22T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x19 Episode #166

  • 1971-01-29T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x20 Episode #167

  • 1971-02-05T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x22 Episode #169

  • 1971-02-19T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x24 Episode #171

  • 1971-03-05T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x25 Episode #172

  • 1971-03-12T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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6x26 Episode #173

  • 1971-03-19T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x01 Episode #174

  • Season Premiere

    1971-09-17T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 174

7x02 Episode #175

  • 1971-09-24T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x03 Episode #176

  • 1971-10-01T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x04 Episode #177

  • 1971-10-08T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x05 Episode #178

  • 1971-10-15T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x06 Episode #179

  • 1971-10-22T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x07 Episode #180

  • 1971-10-29T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x08 Episode #181

  • 1971-10-05T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x09 Episode #182

  • 1971-11-12T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x10 Episode #183

  • 1971-11-26T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x11 Episode #184

  • 1971-12-03T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x12 Episode #185

  • 1971-12-17T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 185

7x13 Episode #186

  • 1971-12-31T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 186

7x14 Episode #187

  • 1972-01-07T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Art Carney --Caterina Valente --Jeannine Burnier

7x15 Episode #188

  • 1972-01-14T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 188

7x16 Episode #189

  • 1972-01-21T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Frank Sinatra Jr. --Johathan Winters --Norm Crosby

7x17 Episode #190

  • 1972-01-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 190

7x18 Episode #191

  • 1972-02-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x19 Episode #192

  • 1972-02-13T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x20 Episode #193

  • 1972-02-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x21 Episode #194

  • 1972-02-25T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x22 Episode #195

  • 1972-03-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x23 Episode #196

  • 1972-03-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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7x24 Episode #197

  • 1972-03-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 197

7x26 Episode #40

  • 1966-11-18T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Tony Martin --Caterina Valente --Russ Lewis --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (comedy team)

8x03 Episode #202

  • 1972-09-29T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 202

8x04 Episode #203

  • 1972-10-06T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x05 Episode #204

  • 1972-10-13T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x06 Episode #205

  • 1972-10-20T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x07 Episode #206

  • 1972-10-27T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x08 Episode #207

  • 1972-11-03T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x09 Episode #208

  • 1972-11-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x10 Episode #209

  • 1972-11-17T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 209

November 23, 1972 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Non Dimenticar"" --Lynn Anderson - ""Stand By Your Man"" --Lynn Anderson and Dean Martin - ""Flower"" medley. --Dean and guests - ""Words and Music"" medley / finale. --The Ding-a-Lings - ""The Laziest Gal in Town"" Also appearing: --Jack Benny

8x12 Episode #211

  • 1972-12-01T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x13 Episode #212

  • 1972-12-15T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x14 Episode #213

  • 1972-12-22T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x15 Episode #214

  • 1972-12-29T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x16 Episode #215

  • 1973-01-09T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x17 Episode #216

  • 1973-01-19T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x18 Episode #217

  • 1973-01-26T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x19 Episode #218

  • 1973-02-02T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x20 Episode #219

  • 1973-02-09T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x21 Episode #220

  • 1973-02-23T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x22 Episode #232

  • 1973-03-02T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x23 Episode #233

  • 1973-03-09T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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8x24 Episode #234

  • 1973-03-16T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

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9x01 Episode #241

  • Season Premiere

    1973-09-14T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Ronald Reagan Jack Benny Jonathan Witners Kris Kristofferson Rita Coolidge

9x02 Episode #242

  • 1973-09-21T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 242

9x03 Episode #243

  • 1973-09-28T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Ed McMahon Ernest Borgnine Dionne Warwick Charo Pat Buttram

9x04 Episode #244

  • 1973-10-05T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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9x05 Episode #245

  • 1973-10-12T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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9x06 Episode #246

  • 1973-10-19T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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9x07 Episode #247

  • 1973-10-26T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

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9x08 Episode #248

  • 1973-11-02T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Johnny Carson Jack Benny Redd Foxx Hubert Humphrey Bette Davis Doc Severinsen Mike Connors Dionne Warwick Jack Klugman Tony Randall Wilt Chamberlain Kent McCord Martin Milner Howard Cosell

9x09 Audrey Meadows/George Kennedy

  • 1973-11-10T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Also:--Dean Martin sings ""Young At Heart"" --Ferlin Husky and Dean Martin sing a medley (""Down by the Riverside,"" ""Rosie Cries A Lot,"" ""Houston"" and ""Ramblin' Rose"")

9x10 Episode #250

  • 1973-11-16T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #250

9x11 Hubert Humphrey (celebrity roast)

  • 1973-11-24T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Senator Hubert Humphrey is roasted by Dean Martin and others. Scheduled guests include Senator Lowell Weicker, Foster Brooks, Gene Kelly, Ted Knight, Audrey Meadows, Nipsey Russell and Mort Sahl.

9x12 Episode #252

  • 1973-11-30T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 252

9x13 Episode #253

  • 1973-12-07T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Carroll O'Connor Barry Goldwater John V. Lindsay Robert Wood Redd Foxx Gene Kelly Mike Connors 'Mama' Cass Elliot Marty Allen

9x14 Episode #254

  • 1973-12-14T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show 254

Tony Randall & Jack Klugman (of TV's ""The Odd Couple"") are roasted by Dean Martin and guests. Scheduled guests: Leonard Barr, Gary Burghoff, Ruth Buzzi, Jack Carter, Mike Connors, Loretta Lynn, Soupy Sales, Jackie Vernon.Also:--Dean Martin sings ""Turn the World Around"" and ""As Times Goes By""--Doug Kershaw performs ""Louisiana Man"" and ""Sweet Jole Bion""

9x16 Episode #256

  • 1973-12-28T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Thursday December 27, 1973

9x17 Episode #257

  • 1974-01-04T03:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #257

9x18 Episode #258

  • 1974-01-11T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Donna Fargo Zsa Zsa Gabor Buddy Hackett Donald O'Connor Lonnie Shorr Mel Tillis

9x19 Episode #259

  • 1974-01-18T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests Leo Durocher Dizzy Dean Bobby Riggs Maury Wills Alex Karras Gene Kelly Chuck Connors

9x20 Episode #260

  • 1974-01-25T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Truman Capote Rocky Graziano Ted Knight Anna Moffo Donald O'Connor Johnny Russell Jean Simmons Joseph Wambaugh

9x21 Episode #261

  • 1974-02-01T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #261

9x22 Episode #262

  • 1974-02-08T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Charlie Callas Carol Channing Kirk Douglas Lorne Greene Jack Klugman Cliff Robertson Telly Savalas

9x23 Episode #263

  • 1974-02-15T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Ralph Nader, Mort Sahl, James Brolin, Jack Klugman, Jane Withers, Steve Landesberg, Donna Fargo

9x24 Episode #264

  • 1974-02-22T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Jack Benny James Stewart Pearl Bailey Wayne Newton Gary Burghoff Demond Wilson Zubin Mehta

9x25 Episode #265

  • 1974-03-02T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Redd Foxx Demond Wilson Slappy White John Barbour Jim Bailey

9x26 Episode #266

  • 1974-03-09T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Bobby Riggs, Chuck Connors, Wayne Newton, Leo Durocher, Vincent Price, Alex Karras, Lynn Anderson, Rosemary Casals

9x27 Episode #267

  • 1974-03-16T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Audrey Meadows, Steve Lawrence, Foster Brooks, Euell Gibbons, Henny Youngman

9x28 Episode #268

  • 1974-03-23T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Steve Lawrence Richard Dawson Arte Johnson

9x29 Episode #269

  • 1974-03-30T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: Hank Aaron, Lou Rawls, Eddie Matthews, Dizzy Dean, Jackie Kahane, Lynn Anderson, Jeannine Burnier

9x30 Episode #270

  • 1974-04-06T02:00:00Z — 60 mins

Show #270 Guests: Joe Namath, Don Meredith, Weeb Eubank, Paul 'Bear' Bryant, Dick Butkus, Jim Plunkett, David Janssen, Angie Dickinson, Charlie Callas, Slappy White

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