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Season 27

1034 :27x01 - Season Premiere

Sep/12/1981
That’s Entertainment: orchestra intro. Mary Lou, Ken, Kathie, Jimmy, Anacani, Michael, David, Sheila, Norma, Joe, Roger, Sherry, Gail, Ron, danced by Bobby & Elaine
Let It Be Me: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
unidentified: Myron Floren on accordion
In Yucatán: Anacani
Stranger on the Shore: Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra
Singin’ in the Rain: Gail, Ron, Norma, Jimmy, Kathie, Michael, Sherry, David, Sheila, Roger, Ken, Anacani, danced by Jack Imel, Mary Lou Metzger, Arthur Duncan, Elaine Niverson, Bobby Burgess
Fascination: Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ & Joe Livoti on violin
Samba: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Malaguena: orchestra
In the Mood: orchestra featuring Bob Havens on trombone
True Love: Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
All I Ever Need Is You: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Every Street’s a Boulevard (in Old New York): sung and danced by Ken Delo & Arthur Duncan
And I Love You So: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Stand By Your Man: Ralna English
Back in the Old Routine: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel with an assist by Kathie Sullivan
S’Wonderful: orchestra. Norma, Anacani, Ralna, Gail, Sheila, Sherry, Roger, David, Michael, Guy, Ron, Ken

1035 :27x02 - Songwriting Performers

Sep/19/1981
I Believe in Music: Ken, Mary Lou, Michael, Sheila, Roger, David, Sherry, Ron, Gail, Guy, Kathie
The Third Man Theme: Buddy Merrill on guitar
El Cumbanchero: Anacani
Misty: Skeetz Herfurt on saxophone
Can’t Buy Me Love: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
I’ll See You Again: danced by Bobby Burgesss & Elaine Niverson
Love Me Tender: orchestra and chorus: Sherry, Mary Lou, Gail, Anacani, Sheila, David, Roger, Michael, Ken, Ron, Jimmy
Scarborough Fair: Kathie Sullivan with Bob Ralston at the piano
Struttin' with Some Barbecue: Bob Havens on trombone
Daddy: orchestra with Mary Lou, Kathie, Anacani, Gail, Sheila, Sherry
So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Ya: Ken Delo
This Could Be the Start of Something Big: danced by Arthur Duncan
My Love: Guy Hovis
San Antonio Rose: Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill on guitar
On Top of Old Smokey: The Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins
My Melody of Love: Myron Floren on accordion, Neil Levang on banjo, Russ Klein on saxophone, danced by Bobby & Elaine
Smile: Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ and Ernie Earhardt on cello
In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening: orchestra with Sheila, Anacani, Gail, Sherry, Mary Lou, Kathie, Jimmy, Ron, Ken, Michael, Roger, David

1036 :27x03 - Gold Record Hits

Sep/26/1981
Hello Dolly: Ken, Ron, Michael, David, Roger, Ava, Kathie, Gail, Anacani
Anytime: Jimmy Roberts
Watch What Happens: orchestra
The Way We Were: Kathie Sullivan
Lichester Polka: Myron Floren on accordion
Close To You: Gail, Ron, and Michael
I Got Rhythm: danced and sung by Jack Imel and Mary Lou Metzger
Eli Eli: orchestra and chorus
Begin the Beguine: Henry Cuesta on clarinet
Chances Are: Michael Redman
Tea for Two: Anacani
On the Road Again: David and Roger Otwell
Honey: Jim Turner
Bucket to the South: Ava Barber
New York, New York: Ken Delo
medley of Lawrence Welk's own golden hits - Moon River, danced by Lawrence and Mary Lou; Yellow Bird: Ava, Kathie, Gail, and Anacani; Winchester Cathedral: Bob Lido; Calcutta: danced by Bobby and Elaine; sung by the cast

1037 :27x04 - Carnival and Circus

Oct/03/1981
When the Carnival Comes to Town: Norma, Jimmy, Gail, Ron, Mary Lou, Jim, Sherry, Roger, Sheila, David, Ava, Anacani, Ken, Elaine, Bobby, Arthur, Michael, Kathie, Joe
The Colors of My Life: Guy Hovis
Baby Elephant Walk: orchestra featuring Henry Cuesta on clarinet and Jack Imel in elephant costume
Put on a Happy Face: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
The Carousel Waltz: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Les Bicyclettes de Versailles (a.k.a. de Belsize): Anacani
The Tiger Rag: Myron Floren and Joey Schmidt on accordion
Be a Clown: Ken Delo assisted by Bobby & Elaine
medley of songs from "Dumbo": orchestra
Stars and Stripes Forever: orchestra
(Have I Stayed) Too Long at the Fair? Norma Zimmer
The Girl and the Bear: sung & danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
I Was Country (When Country Wasn’t Cool): Ava Barber with Neil Levang, Buddy Merrill on guitar, Richard Maloof on bass guitar
Till the Rivers All Run Dry: Jim Turner (also on guitar)
Wabash Cannonball: danced by Arthur Duncan with Neil Levang, Buddy Merrill & Richard Maloof on guitar
Southern Nights: the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins with Neil Levang, Buddy Merrill & Richard Maloof on guitar
The Loveliest Night of the Year: Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ
Come Follow the Band: Jim, Guy, Anacani, Bobby, Elaine, Jimmy, Norma, David, Sheila, Roger, Sherry, Arthur, Ken, Ava, Ron, Michael, Gail, Mary Lou, Kathie and a 10-piece band

1038 :27x05 - Great Entertainers

Oct/10/1981
Swanee: sung by Ken Delo with Joe, Sheila, Ron, Gail, Tom, Kathie, Anacani, Jimmy, Mary Lou, Michael, Sherry, Jim
When I’m 64: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
Maria: orchestra
Glowworm: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
The Dance of the Comedians: Myron Floren on accordion
Precious Memories: Tom Netherton with Sheila, Anacani, Kathie, Sherry, Gail, Mary Lou
Let’s Face the Music and Dance: sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Dear Mr. Gable (You Made Me Love You): Mary Lou Metzger
Rhapsody in Blue: orchestra featuring Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob Ralston & Bob Smale at the piano with chorus: Ava, Ralna, Joe, Jim, Ken, Guy, Michael, Ron, Jimmy, Sheila, Sherry, Gail, Kathie, Anacani
Sophisticated Lady: saxophone section: Henry Cuesta, Dick Dale, Skeetz Herfurt, Russ Klein, Bob Davis
I Still Get That Honeymoon Feeling: Sheila & Sherry Aldridge
¿Cuándo? (When?): Anacani
You’re Just in Love: Kathie Sullivan & Dick Dale
parody of Liberace: Bob Ralston at the piano
Make the World Go Away: Ava Barber & Jim Turner
Stormy Weather: Ralna English
medley of George M. Cohan songs: You’re a Grand Old Flag/Yankee Doodle Dandy: danced by Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan & Jack Imel; sung by Sherry, Mary Lou, Ken, Kathie, Jimmy, Tom, Ron, Gail, Michael, Anacani, Sheila

1040 :27x07 - Salute to Los Angeles

Oct/24/1981
California, Here I Come: Kathie, Ken, Mary Lou, Roger, Gail, Joe, Sherry, David, Sheila, Jim, Anacani, Guy, Ava, Jimmy
On a Clear Day: Tom Netherton
Talk to the Animals: orchestra
It Never Rains in Southern California: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Say Sí Sí: orchestra with Joey Schmidt on accordion
unidentified: Anacani with Jack Imel on marimba
The Mexican Hat Dance: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Everything Is Beautiful: Ava Barber
San Fernando Valley: Gail Farrell and Dick Dale
theme from "The Tonight Show": orchestra, with Lawrence dancing with Elaine
A Time for Us (Theme from "Romeo and Juliet"): orchestra and chorus: Sherry, Anacani, Sheila, Gail, Mary Lou, Kathie, David, Roger, Tom, Jimmy, Jim, Joe
I’m an Old Cowhand: Ken Delo
Tico Tico: Joey Schmidt on accordion
California Dreaming: Jim Turner (also on guitar)
Chopin Waltz: Bob Ralston at the piano
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: Kathie Sullivan
Walkin’ in the Sunshine: Guy Hovis
At the Ballgame Today: David, Sherry, Roger, Sheila, Jim, Gail, Tom, Mary Lou, Ken, Kathie, Curt, Elaine, Jimmy, Joe, danced by Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel and Arthur Duncan
Semper Fidelis: orchestra

1042 :27x09 - Movie Songwriters

Nov/07/1981
Moon River: Sherry, Sheila, Roger, David, Gail, Michael, Ron, Kathie, Jimmy, Guy, Ralna, Joe, Mary Lou, Jim
The Carioca: Anacani
Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head: orchestra
I Will Wait for You: Tom Netherton
Charade: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Something’s Gotta Give: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Theme from Mr. Lucky: Bob Ralston at the organ
I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo: Ken Delo
Days of Wine and Roses: orchestra with Joe, David, Roger, Jimmy, Ron, Michael, Kathie, Gail, Jim, Anacani, Mary Lou, Sherry, Sheila
Degree: Myron Floren on the accordion
Everybody's Talkin': The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
My Kind of Town: danced by Arthur Duncan
Send a Little Love My Way: Sherry, Sheila, Kathie, Gail, Anacani, Ralna; danced by Bobby Burgess, Elaine Niverson, Jack Imel & Mary Lou Metzger
Theme from "Ten": guest star Henry Mancini at the piano
Theme from "The Pink Panther": orchestra
The Sweetheart Tree: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
I Love You & Don’t You Forget It: orchestra with Henry Mancini at the piano, sung by Sherry, Sheila, Anacani, Gail, Mary Lou, Kathie, David, Roger, Michael, Ken, Ron, Jimmy
Guest Stars: Henry Mancini as Himself

1043 :27x10 - Big Band Memories

Nov/14/1981
When My Baby Smiles at Me: intro by orchestra & Henry Cuesta on the clarinet; Jack, Bobby, Michael, Ron, Guy, Ken, Kathie, Tom, Jimmy, Sheila, Sherry, Roger, David, Elaine, Ava, Anacani, Gail, Joe, Mary Lou
Sugar Blues: Johnny Zell on trumpet
Boo Hoo: Dick Dale, Charlie Parlato & Kenny Trimble with orchestra & pianists Bob Ralston & Bob Smale
It’s a Lonesome Old Town: Ken Delo
Back Home Again in Indiana: danced by Arthur Duncan with Bob Smale at the piano
You Always Hurt the One You Love: Ava Barber with Dick Dale, Ron Anderson, Michael Redman & Guy Hovis
The Dipsy Doodle: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
So Rare: Guy Hovis with the saxophone section
Stardust: orchestra
One O’Clock Jump: orchestra
Little White Lies: Tom Netherton
Yes Indeed: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Heartaches: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Sunrise Serenade: Bob Smale at the piano with orchestra
Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
Samba: Myron Floren and Joey Schmidt on the accordion
Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga: Anacani assisted by Mary Lou & Sheila
Panama: Johnny Zell on trumpet with orchestra also featuring Russ Klein on saxophone & Bob Smale at the piano

1045 :27x12 - The 3 R's (Numbers and Letters)

Nov/28/1981
I’m Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover: orchestra intro. Ava, Kathie, Sherry, Sheila, Anacani, Gail, Mary Lou, Elaine, Joe, David, Roger, Guy, Bobby, Ron, Michael, Ken and Jack Imel & his spoons
Three Coins in the Fountain: Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
Take the "A" Train: orchestra featuring Bob Smale at the piano, Russ Klein on saxophone, Charlie Parlato on trumpet, Bob Havens on trombone
Gigi: Guy Hovis
The Double Eagle Polka: Myron Floren on accordion with Bobby Burgess and Elaine Niverson dancing
Three Little Fishies: Anacani with Ken Delo & Arthur Duncan
The Twelfth of Never: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Heartaches by the Number: Ava Barber
Concerto in B Flat Minor (Tonight We Love): Bob Ralston and Bob Smale at the piano with orchestra
Seven Twenty in the Books: orchestra
Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
Rock Around the Clock: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
"A" - You’re Adorable: Kathie Sullivan & Dick Dale
One: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Sixteen Tons: Jim Turner (also on guitar)
The Man Who Never Returned: Ken Delo
L-O-V-E: Michael, Gail, Ron, Sherry, Sheila, Roger, David, Jim, Mary Lou, Ava, Jimmy, Norma, Anacani, Joe, Kathie, Guy

1051 :27x18 - Big City USA

Jan/09/1982
On a Wonderful Day Like Today: orchestra and singers
Manhattan: orchestra
Walking Happy: Ken Delo
Spanish Harlem: Anacani
City Lights: Bobby and Elaine
Rhinestone Cowboy: Jim Turner
Downtown: the Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins
Oh What a Beautiful Morning: Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion
medley of Victor Herbert songs: orchestra conducted by George Cates
When the Saints Go Marching In: orchestra
In Our Little Penthouse: Gail, Ron, and Michael
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans: danced by Arthur Duncan
I Left My Heart in San Francisco: Jimmy Roberts
Kansas City: Kathie Sullivan
Clang Went the Trolley: Jack Imel and Mary Lou Metzger
Gotta Travel On: Ava Barber
Chicago: orchestra and singers

1052 :27x19 - Salute to Nashville

Jan/16/1982
Take Me Home, Country Roads: Sherry, Sheila, David, Roger, Bobby, Elaine, Mary Lou, Anacani, Jim, Kathie, Ken, Michael, Gail, Ron
Could I Have This Dance for the Rest of My Life? Ava Barber
The Pan Handle Rag: Buddy Merrill on steel guitar
Tulsa Time: Aldridge Sisters & Otwell Twins
Walking the Floor Over You: Ken Delo
Wild Dog: Neil Levang on guitar & Joe Livoti on violin
Sugarfoot Rag: Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
I’ll Be There: Anacani
How the West Was Won: orchestra with Kathie, Sherry, Gail, Ava, Sheila, Mary Lou, Jim, Ken, Ron, Joe, Jimmy, Michael
San Antonio Rose: orchestra
Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys: Gail, Ron & Michael
You Are My Sunshine: Arthur Duncan
I Really Don’t Want to Know: Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion
I Like Mountain Music: Jack Imel and Mary Lou Metzger
Have You Ever Been Lonely? Jimmy Roberts & Kathie Sullivan
Southern Nights: orchestra featuring Bob Smale at the piano
Smokey Mountain Rain: Jim Turner (also on guitar)
Orange Blossom Special: violins: Bob Lido, Joe Livoti, Neil Levang; danced by Bobby, Elaine, Michael, Anacani, Jack, Mary Lou, Ken, Sherry

1053 :27x20 - European Show

Jan/23/1982
Around the World: Mary Lou, Jim, Kathie, Michael, Sherry, Roger, Gail, Ron, Sheila, David, Anacani, Joe
The Last Time I Saw Paris: Tom Netherton
The Poor People of Paris: orchestra
Chanson d’Amour: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Italian Tarantella: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Cu-Cu-Rru-Cu-Cu: Anacani
I Love Paris: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Wonderful Copenhagen: Norma Zimmer
unidentified: orchestra featuring Johnny Zell on trumpet
Cherokee: orchestra
Parlez-Moi d’Amour (Speak to Me of Love): Jimmy Roberts with Norma, Anacani, Gail, Kathie, Sheila, Sherry
Sous le Ciel de Paris (Under Paris Skies): danced by Arthur Duncan
Edelweiss: Ava Barber
The King’s Horses & the King’s Men: sung and danced by Jack Imel & Mary Lou Metzger
Lili Marlene: Ken Delo with Myron Floren on the accordion
A Foggy Day: Guy Hovis
Return to Me (Ritorna Me): Kathie Sullivan
polka: Lawrence Welk, Myron Floren & Joey Schmidt on accordion with Richard Maloof on tuba

1054 :27x21 - Morning, Noon and Night

Jan/30/1982
I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine: Sherry, Roger, Mary Lou, Jim, Sheila, David, Gail, Ron, Michael, Kathie, Jimmy, Ava
Teach Me Tonight: Anacani (also dancing with Lawrence)
Carolina in the Morning: orchestra
Kiss an Angel Good Morning: Ava Barber
Night and Day: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
Walking in the Sunshine: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
That Lucky Old Sun: Ken Delo
Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie: danced by Arthur Duncan
Canadian Sunset: orchestra with chorus: Kathie, Sherry, Gail (solo), Anacani, Mary Lou, Sheila, David, Roger, Joe, Ron, Michael, Jimmy
Night Must Fall: orchestra
The Night Is Young and You're So Beautiful: Tom Netherton
Blues in the Night: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
It's a Most Unusual Day: Kathie Sullivan
The Happy Norwegian Polka: Myron Floren on accordion
Delta Dawn: Guy Hovis with Jim Turner & the Otwell Twins
Suppertime: Gail Farrell
Moonlight in Vermont: Skeetz Herfurt on saxophone
A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening: Jim, Anacani, Roger, Sheila, Michael, Mary Lou, Kathie, Ron, Gail, David, Sherry, Ken

1057 :27x24 - Tribute to Irving Berlin

Feb/20/1982
Alexander’s Ragtime Band: Gail, Ron, Mary Lou, Michael, Norma, Jimmy, Sheila, Roger, Sherry, David, Kathie, Ken
Say It Isn’t So: Anacani
Soft Lights and Sweet Music: orchestra
Remember? Guy Hovis & Ralna English
Cheek to Cheek: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
How Deep Is the Ocean? Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ
Heat Wave: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Steppin’ Out with My Baby: Ken Delo
medley of songs from "Annie Get Your Gun": orchestra
Say it with Music: orchestra
Blue Skies: danced by Arthur Duncan
Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly: The Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell twins
What’ll I Do? Bob Ralston at the organ
When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam: Jim Turner
A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody: orchestra
It’s a Lovely Day Today: Ava Barber
Play a Simple Melody: Dick Dale (also on clarinet) & Kathie Sullivan
The Piccolino: orchestra
God Bless America: Norma Zimmer with Roger, Sheila, Michael, Mary Lou, Ron, Gail, Ava, Jimmy, Elaine, Ken, Sherry, David

1058 :27x25 - Weather Show

Feb/27/1982
Button Up Your Overcoat: Kathie, Joe, Sherry, Roger, Sheila, David, Ken, Mary Lou, Ron, Gail, Michael, Anacani
You Are My Sunshine: Ava Barber
Raindrop Serenade: orchestra, featuring pianists Bob Ralston and Bob Smale
The Wayward Wind: Anacani
The Rain in Spain: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
A Garden in the Rain: Jimmy Roberts
The Skaters' Waltz: danced by Arthur Duncan
Stormy Weather: orchestra
Look for the Silver Lining: orchestra
I Get the Blues When it Rains: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
The Rain, Rain Polka: Myron Floren on accordion
Put on a Happy Face: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
Baby, It's Cold Outside: Kathie Sullivan and Dick Dale
Misty: Skeetz Herfurt on saxophone
Breezin' Along With the Breeze: Ken Delo
It Never Rains in Southern California: the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head: Jim Turner (also on guitar)
Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella: Anacani, Ken, Gail, Ron, Elaine, Bobby, Mary Lou, Jack

1059 :27x26 - Tribute to Hoagy Carmichael

Mar/06/1982
Old Buttermilk Sky: Gail, Ron, Sheila, David, Sherry, Roger, Kathie, Ken, Mary Lou, and Michael
I Get Along Without You: Norma Zimmer
Can't Get Indiana Off My Mind: orchestra
Two Sleepy People: Guy and Ralna
The Nearness of You: Gail, Ron, and Michael
Small Fry: Jim Turner
Heart and Soul: Anacani
Stardust: orchestra
One Morning in May: danced by Bobby and Elanie
Back Home in Indiana: orchestra
Lazy Bones: the Aldrige Sisters and the Otwell Twins
Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief: danced by Arthur Duncan
Old Rocking Chair: Dick Dale
Little Old Lady: Kathie Sullivan with Jim, Guy, Ron, and Michael
In the Cool of the Evening: Jack Imel and Mary Lou Metzger
Skylark: Ralna English
Up a Lazy River: Ken Delo
Georgia on My Mind: Gail, Ron, Michael, Sheila, Sherry, David, Roger, Kathie, Norma, Jimmy, and Joe

1060 :27x27 - Songs of the Islands

Mar/13/1982
Song of the Islands: Norma, Jimmy, Sheila, Roger, Sherry, David, Gail, Ron, Michael, Ken, Mary Lou, Jim, Kathie with Buddy Merrill on Hawaiian guitar
Sleepy Lagoon: Johnny Zell on trumpet with orchestra
Lovely Hula Hands: Anacani
Hawaiian Wedding Song: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
Banana Boat Song (Day-O): Jim Turner assisted by Mary Lou Metzger
Tinickling: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
I Wanna Go Back to My Little Grass Shack: the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Beyond the Reef: Norma Zimmer
medley of songs from South Pacific: orchestra
La Mer: Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra
I’ll Remember You: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Hawaiian War Chant: Mary Lou Metzger & Kathie Sullivan
Paradise: Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the piano
Drifting and Dreaming: danced by Arthur Duncan
The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai: Ken Delo with Sherry, Sheila, Anacani, Mary Lou
Ebb Tide: Bob Ralston at the organ
On the Beach at Waikiki: Ava Barber with Buddy Merrill on Hawaiian guitar
Now is the Hour: Guy & Ralna with Buddy Merrill on Hawaiian guitar and Sherry, David, Kathie, Ken, Norma, Jimmy, Mary Lou, Michael, Gail, Ron, Sheila, Roger

1061 :27x28 - Salute to the Working People

Mar/20/1982
It’s a Good Day: David, Sheila, Ron, Gail, Ken, Mary Lou, Michael, Sherry, Roger
Leavin’ on a Jet Plane: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
I’ve Got Rhythm: orchestra
Tea for Two: Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
Rhythm is our Business: danced by Arthur Duncan; sung by Ava, Sherry, Sheila, Mary Lou, Gail, Anacani
Standin’ on the Corner: Ken Delo with Kenny Trimble, Dick Dale & Charlie Parlatto
Yes, We Have No Bananas: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
Drivin' My Life Away: the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: orchestra
The American Patrol: orchestra
Fly Me to the Moon: Anacani
Cotton Fields: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
The Village Inn Polka: Myron Floren on accordion
Do Re Mi: Kathie Sullivan with the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Let’s Go Dance Again: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson, sung by Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Waitin’ at the End of Your Run: Jim Turner (also on guitar) & Ava Barber
This is My Country: Sheila, Roger, Kathie, Michael, Norma, Jimmy, Gail, Ron, Anacani, Joe, Sherry, David

1062 :27x29 - All-Time Favorites

Mar/27/1982
Music, Music, Music: Gail and Ron, David and Sherry, Roger and Sheila, Ken and Mary Lou, Michael and Kathie
The Chameleon: orchestra
Sway: Anacani
Can't Help Falling in Love: Guy and Ralna
After You've Gone: orchestra
In the Mood: Gail, Ron and Michael
Love's Been Good to Me
The Sheik: Myron Floren on accordion
medley of songs from "The Music Man": George Cates conducting the orchestra
Release Me: Ava Barber, Jim Turner, the Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins
Cumana: Bob Ralston on piano
Arthur Duncan's tribute to Bill "Bojangles" Robinson
Old Man River: Dick Dale
Just a Closer Walk With Thee: Henry Cuesta on clarinet
Carl: Kathie Sullivan in the audience
Tico Tico: Myron Floren on accordion
You'll Never Walk Alone: Norma Zimmer and singers

1063 :27x30 - Tour of Southern California

Apr/03/1982
This Land Is Your Land: Norma, Jimmy, Gail, Ron, Anacani, Bobby, Sheila, Roger, Sherry, David, Mary Lou, Ken, Kathie, Michael
Say Sí Sí: orchestra
Y’All Come: Ava Barber & Jim Turner
California Dreaming: the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Music to Watch Girls By: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson
I’m Walkin’: danced by Arthur Duncan; sung by Sherry, Sheila, Anacani, Mary Lou
Pass Me By: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Far Away Places: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
1812 Overture: orchestra
I’ve Told Every Little Star: orchestra
Let the Winner Lead the Way: Dick Dale & Kathie Sullivan
It’s a Small, Small World: Lawrence Welk, Myron Floren & Joey Schmidt on accordion; danced by Bobby & Elaine
La Vie en Rose: Henry Cuesta on clarinet
Cielito Lindo: Anacani with guitarist Neil Levang and Richard Maloof on bass
It Don’t Mean a Thing If You Ain’t Got That Swing: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
The Sound of Music: Norma Zimmer
Runnin’ Wild: Ken Delo & the Hotsy Totsy Boys (Jack Imel, Richard Maloof, Bob Havens, Russ Klein, Charlie Parlato)
America the Beautiful: Norma, Sherry, Mary Lou, Kathie, Sheila, Gail, Anacani, Joe, Roger, David, Jim, Michael, Ron, Jimmy

1064 :27x31 - Easter Show

Apr/10/1982
Easter Parade: Ken, Anacani, Ron, Gail, Jimmy, Norma, David, Sherry, Roger, Sheila, Michael, Mary Lou
Petite Fleur: Henry Cuesta on clarinet & Skeetz Herfurt on saxophone
Jerusalem: Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the piano
Softly as in a Morning Sunrise: Anacani
Sunrise Serenade: Bob Smale at the piano with orchestra
Everything Is Beautiful: Jim Turner (also on guitar)
Tiptoe Through the Tulips: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson with Jack Imel, Mary Lou Metzger, Michael Redman, Sheila Aldridge, Ken Delo, Kathie Sullivan
Put Your Hand in the Hand: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
unidentified: orchestra
The Bells of St. Mary’s: orchestra
Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good: the Aldridge Sisters & the Otwell Twins
Spring, Spring, Spring: Ken Delo & Kathie Sullivan
I’ll Remember April: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
A-Tisket, A-Tasket: danced by Arthur Duncan with pianist Bob Smale
The Old Rugged Cross: Norma Zimmer
Peace in the Valley: Ava Barber
Springtime Polka: Myron Floren on accordion; danced by Bobby & Elaine
medley of hymns: entire cast & the brass section

1065 :27x32 - Spotlight on our Musical Family

Apr/17/1982
Strike Up the Band: orchestra
Oh, Shenandoah: Jim Turner, Ava Barber, the Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins
Deep River: Henry Cuesta on clarinet
Calcutta: danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson with Bob Ralston at the piano, Myron Floren on accordion and vocals by Mary Lou, Gail, Ron, Michael
Whispering Hope: Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
That’s Life: Ken Delo with Skeetz Herfurt on saxophone
unidentifed: trumpet section (Charlie Parlato, Laroon Holt, Mickey McMahan, Johnny Zell)
Linger a While: saxophone section (Henry Cuesta, Bob Davis, Skeetz Herfurt, Russ Klein, Dick Dale)
Lassus Trombone: trombone section (Barney Liddell, Kenny Trimble, Don Staples, Bob Havens)
Moonglow/theme from "Picnic": orchestra with vocals by Gail Farrell and Norma, Kathie, Anacani, Sheila, Sherry, Roger, David, Ron, Michael, Ken, Jim
The Days of Old Vaudeville: sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
The Woodchopper’s Ball: orchestra featuring Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob Havens on trombone, Russ Klein on saxophone
Come Fly with Me: Gail Farrell, Ron Anderson & Michael Redman
Let There Be Peace on Earth: Guy Hovis & Ralna English
Cute: danced by Arthur Duncan with Paul Humphrey on drums
Sure They Called It Ireland: Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion
Love and Marriage: Dick Dale & Kathie Sullivan
Se Dice en...: Anacani
Lady of Spain: Myron Floren on the accordion
There’s No Business Like Show Business: Ken, Sheila, Joe, Sherry, Arthur, Gail, Guy, Norma, Jack, Kathie, Bobby, Ron, Ava, Jimmy, Elaine, Michael, Mary Lou, David, Ralna, Jim, Anacani, Roger and orchestra
Warning: The Lawrence Welk Show guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Variety
Genre: Family | Music
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: July 02, 1955
Ended: September 04, 1982
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