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Season 02, Episode 01 Host: Debbie Reynolds

S02 E01

Sep 19, 1964
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Host: Debbie Reynolds Sep 19, 1964 Second season premiere Host: Debbie Reynolds --Buddy Hackett (comedian) --Liberace --Rich Little (comedian-impressionist) --Astrud Gilberto (singer) & Stan Getz --Nine gymnasts from the U.S. Olympic team appear in a sketch with Debbie Reynolds. --The 44-member Arirang Korean ballet troupe

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Season 02, Episode 02 Host: Ed Wynn / The Rolling Stones

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Sep 26, 1964
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Host: Ed Wynn / The Rolling Stones Sep 26, 1964 Host: Ed Wynn --The Rolling Stones - ""Not Fade Away"" --Eydie Gormé (singer, backed by six guitarists and the Trio Los Panchos) --Ed Wynn and Eydie Gormé - ""Tea for Two"" --The Nicholas Brothers (tap dancers) - ""I've Been Away"" and ""Rhythm Cocktail"" --Jack Carter (comedian) --Zizi Jeanmarie (singer, appearing with her ""La Revue Parisienne"" troupe) - ""Mon Truc en Plumes"" --Linon (rope-walking clown from Paris) --Rob Murray (comic juggler from Austraila)ABC repeated this show on July 31, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 03 Host: Maurice Chevalier

S02 E03

Oct 3, 1964
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Host: Maurice Chevalier Oct 3, 1964 Host: Maurice Chevalier --Maurice Chevalier sings ""Louise,"" ""J'attendrais"" and ""When You're Smiling"" --Jane Powell (dancer) - ""Come Dance with Me"" --Maurice Chevalier and Jane Powell - ""Some People"" and ""I Like the Likes of You"" --Rowan and Martin (comedy duo) - do a sketch about a heckler at Richard Burton's night club debut. --Tim Conway (from ""McHale's Navy) - does a comic lecture on military history. --The Collins Kids (singers) - ""Waiting for the Robert E. Lee,"" ""Swanee,"" ""Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody"" and ""The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise"" --Dave Parker (Dutch comedian, doing an imitation of Charlie Chaplin) --The André Tahon Puppets - ""The Galopade"" --The Staneks (acrobats, doing a teeterboard act)ABC repeated this show on July 17, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 04 Host: Donald O'Connor

S02 E04

Oct 10, 1964
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Host: Donald O'Connor Oct 10, 1964 Host: Donald O'Connor --Donald O'Connor - ""Take a Bow"" --Dorothy Provine (singer-dancer) and Donald O'Connor - ""I Love to Dance"" --Sergio Franchi - ""I Have Dreamed"" and ""Ungrateful Heart"" --Donald O'Connor, Dorothy Provone and Sergio Franchi - ""I Get that Minstrel Feeling"" --Morgana King (singer) - ""Corcavado"" --Shecky Greene (comedian) --Marilyn Michaels (song impressionist) --The Haslevs (acrobats, doing a trampoline act) --Victor Julian's Dog Act --The Martin Granger puppets --Mitchell Ayres (orchestra conductor, regular cast member)ABC repeated this show on July 10, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 05 Host: Betty Grable

S02 E05

Oct 24, 1964
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Host: Betty Grable Oct 24, 1964 Host: Betty Grable--Harry James and his band --Dan Dailey--The Smothers Brothers --Diahann Carroll --Henny Youngman (comedian)

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Season 02, Episode 06 Host: Buddy Ebsen

S02 E06

Oct 31, 1964
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Host: Buddy Ebsen Oct 31, 1964 Host: Buddy Ebsen --Buddy Ebsen (from the ""Beverly Hillbillies"") - ""I Was in Vaudeville"" --Willie Mays (San Francisco Giants' center fielder) --Jack Carter (comedian) --Buddy Ebsen appears in a comedy baseball sketch with Willie Mays and Jack Carter. --Jane Morgan (singer) - ""Funny World"" --Buddy Ebsen and Shani Wallis - ""Tea for Two"" --Shani Wallis (English singer) - ""No Thanks, Just Looking"" and ""Looking for a Little Boy"" --The Wiere Brothers (comedy musical trio) --The Mascotts (German acrobats) --Tony the Wonder Horse

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Season 02, Episode 07 Host: Gene Barry / Bette Davis & Olivia de Haviland

S02 E07

Nov 7, 1964
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Host: Gene Barry / Bette Davis & Olivia de Haviland Nov 7, 1964 Host: Gene Barry --Gene Barry (star of ""Burke's Law"") - ""Lady Be Good"" and ""It's All Right with Me"" --Bette Davis and Olivia de Haviland - perform ""The Twilight Shore,"" a dramatic reading. --Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks (comedians) - perform their ""2000-Year-Old Man"" sketch. --Monique Van Vooren (singer) - ""The Girl from Ipanema"" and ""Mack the Knife"" --The Back Porch Majority (folk singers) - ""Where Will You Be?"" --U.S. Olympic Gold Medal winners --Ben Blue (comedian, pantomime artist) --Yonely (musical clown)ABC repeated this show on Sept. 4, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 08 Host: Victor Borge

S02 E08

Nov 14, 1964
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Host: Victor Borge Nov 14, 1964 Host: Victor Borge --Victor Borge (comic pianist) - in a comedy segment, Borge composes by amalgamation, using sheet music, a pair of scissors and a role of cellophane tape. --Victor Borge and Alice Faye - ""Alexander's Ragtime Band"" --Alice Faye - ""Hello Dolly"" --Nancy Wilson (singer) - ""Satin Doll"" and ""The Very Thought of You"" --The Nicholas Brothers (tap dancers) - ""My Kind of Town"" --Pat Morita (comedian) --The Swingle Singers (French vocal group) - ""Bach's Fugue in D Minor"" --Rih Aruso (bicyclist) --De Mille (a 15-year-old high wire performer)ABC repeated this show on July 5, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 09 Host: Arthur Godfrey

S02 E09

Nov 21, 1964
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Host: Arthur Godfrey Nov 21, 1964 Host: Arthur Godfrey --Arthur Godfrey - ""Trail of the Lonesome Pine,"" ""I Like Being Here with You,"" ""I'd Give a Million Tomorrows,"" ""My Little Grass Shack,"" ""Too Fat Polka"" and ""This Is All I Ask"" --Shelley Berman (comedian) --Dorothy Collins (singer) - ""Love Makes the World Go Round,"" ""But Beautiful,"" ""He Loves Me"" and ""Hi Lili"" --John Gary (singer) --Gaylord and Holliday (comedy team) --The Delrays (mimes, comic acrobats) --Eva Vidos (juggler) --Dwight Moore and his MongrelsABC repeated this show on June 12, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 10 Host: Tony Martin

S02 E10

Nov 28, 1964
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Host: Tony Martin Nov 28, 1964 Host: Tony Martin --Tony Martin - ""Avalon,"" ""Everybody Loves Somebody"" & ""People"" --Cyd Charisse (dancer, wife of Tony Martin) - ""An Occasional Man"" --Desi, Dino and Billy (Dean Martin Jr., Desi Arnaz Jr. and Billy Hinche) - ""Since You Broke My Heart"" --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --Ted Lewis (veteran song-and-dance man) - ""When My Baby Smiles at Me"" & ""Me and My Shadow"" --Ted Lewis, Tony Martin, Cyd Charisse, Jack E. Leonard, Johnny Puleo - ""Me and My Shadow"" (reprise) --Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang --The Half Brothers (jugglers) --Fred Roby (ventriloquist)ABC repeated this show on July 24, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 11 Host: Phil Harris / Ginger Rogers

S02 E11

Dec 5, 1964
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Host: Phil Harris / Ginger Rogers Dec 5, 1964 Host: Phil Harris --Phil Harris - ""This Could be the Start of Something"" --Ginger Rogers - ""These Foolish Things"" --The McGuire Sisters (singing group, doing a medley of their hits) --Bill Dana (comedian) --Gary Crosby (singer) - ""Can't Stop Loving You"" --The Jubilee Four (vocal group) --Phil Harris and the Jubilee Four - ""It Ain't Necessarily So"" and ""That Old-time Religion"" --Dwight Moore and his Mongrels --the Merkys (acrobats)

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Season 02, Episode 12 Host: Burl Ives

S02 E12

Dec 12, 1964
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Host: Burl Ives Dec 12, 1964 Host: Burl Ives --Burl Ives (folk singer) - ""Blue Tail Fly,"" ""Wayfarin' Stranger,"" ""Big Rock Candy Mountain,"" ""Foggy Foggy Dew,"" ""Funny Way of Laughing,"" ""Lavender Blue,"" ""Little Bitty Tear,"" ""Pearly Shells"" and ""Chim Chim Cheree"" --Edgar Bergen (with Charlie McCarthy) --Candice Bergen (Edgar Bergen's daughter, then 18-years-old)--Ann Miller (dancer) - ""It Had Better Be Tonight"" --Anna Moffo (operatic soprano) - ""Ach, chacun le sait"" (from Donizetti's ""Daughter of the Regiment."") --Burl Ives and Anna Moffo - ""Turn Around"" --Pat Henry (comedian) --Rih Aruso (bicycle-balancer) --Liana Stanek (trapeze artist from Vienna) (Repeat aired 14Aug65)

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Season 02, Episode 13 Host: Donald O'Connor

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Dec 19, 1964
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Host: Donald O'Connor Dec 19, 1964 Host: Donald O'Connor--Louis Armstrong --Jane Powell (actress-singer) --Cliff ""Charley Weaver"" Arquette --Norm Crosby (comedian) --The Vienna Boys Choir --The Hanneford Family's trained horse act

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Season 02, Episode 14 Host: Van Johnson / Betty Grable

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Dec 26, 1964
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Host: Van Johnson / Betty Grable Dec 26, 1964 Host: Van Johnson --Van Johnson - ""I'm a Ham,"" ""Let Me Entertain You,"" ""I Want to be Happy"" and ""Lot of Livin' to Do"" --Betty Grable - ""Please, Mr. Brown"" --Jackie Mason (comedian) --Sergio Franchi (tenor) - ""In the Still of the Night"" and ""Al Di La"" --Johnson, Grable and Franchi - ""You Gotta Give the People Hoke"" --Paul Gilbert (comedian) --The Bal Caron Trio (dancers) --The Zeros (knife-throwing act) --The Jambaz (balancing act) --Mimi Zerbini (trapeze artist from France)

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Season 02, Episode 15 Host: Liberace

S02 E15

Jan 9, 1965
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Host: Liberace Jan 9, 1965 Host: Liberace --Liberace - ""Blue Danube,"" Me and My Shadow"" and ""There'll Be No New Tunes on This Old Piano"" --Edward G. Robinson (actor) - reading Milton Geiger's patriotic writing ""This Is It"" --Shani Wallis (English singer) - ""There Goes My Heart"" --Liberace and Shani Wallis - ""You Were Meant for Me"" and ""Tea for Two"" (and possibly ""I've Told Every Little Star"" and ""There Goes My Heart"") --Rowan and Martin (comedy team) --Gene Baylos (comedian) --Page and Bray (dancing team) --The Getschys (European cycling family) --Bertha the Elephant and her daughter TinaABC repeated this show on Aug. 28, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 16 Host: Bing Crosby

S02 E16

Jan 16, 1965
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Host: Bing Crosby Jan 16, 1965 Host: Bing Crosby --Beverly Garland (from Bing's 1964-65 sitcom) --Frank McHugh (from Bing's 1964-65 sitcom) --Bing Crosby, Beverly Garland and Frank McHugh - ""Top Banana"" --The King Sisters (6 sisters with their children) - ""Lollipops and Roses,"" ""There is Nothing Like a Dame,"" ""Got a Lotta Livin' to Do"" and ""I'm Old-fashioned."" --Bing Crosby and the King Sisters - ""Dream"" --Jacques d'Amboise and Catherine Mazzo (ballet dancers, of the New York City Center Ballet) - ""Meditation,"" from Massenet's opera ""Thais."" --Corbett Monica (comedian) --The Three Rebertes (acrobats) --Leonardo (plate spinner) Also: Bette Davis and former Hollywood Palace hosts Gene Barry, George Burns, Cyd Charisse, Buddy Ebsen, Phil Harris, Liberace, Tony Martin, Debbie Reynolds, Groucho Marx and Ed Wynn join Bing Crosby in a birthday sketch.

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Season 02, Episode 17 Host: Kate Smith / Trini Lopez

S02 E17

Jan 23, 1965
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Host: Kate Smith / Trini Lopez Jan 23, 1965 Host: Kate Smith--Kate Smith (singer) - ""Danke Schön,"" ""You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You,"" ""Temptation"" and ""God Bless America"" --Trini Lopez (singer) - ""Michael, Row the Boat Ashore"" and ""Lemon Tree"" (and possibly ""We'll Sing in the Sunshine"")--Mort Sahl (comedian-satirist) --Ben Blue (pantomime artist, silent comedian)--The Juan Carlos Copes dance troupe (from Argentina) --Stan Fisher (harmonica player) - ""Slaughter on 10th Avenue"" --Desmond and Marks (comedy dancers from England) --The Karlini and Jupiter dog actABC repeated this show on May 29, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 18 Host: Cyd Charisse

S02 E18

Jan 30, 1965
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Host: Cyd Charisse Jan 30, 1965 Host: Cyd Charisse--Cyd Charisse - ""Let's Dance"" and ""Ballet Blues"" --Tony Martin (singer, Cyd Charisse's husband) - ""Dear Heart"" and ""Lullaby of Broadway"" --Cyd Charisse and Tony Martin - ""A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening"" --Jack Carter (comedian) --Kay Starr (singer) - ""Three Letters,"" ""That Old Gang of Mine"" and ""Ho Ho Ho, Ha Ha Ha, Me Too."" --Alphonse Bergé (French dress designer) --Shai K. Ophir (pantomimist from Israel) --The Cosmos (motorcycle aerialists) --The Dalrays (comic acrobats)

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Season 02, Episode 19 Host: David Janssen

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Feb 6, 1965
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Host: David Janssen Feb 6, 1965 Host: David Janssen --David Janssen (from ""The Fugitive"") --Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks (comedians) - give advice on filing income tax returns. --Edie Adams (singer) - ""Love,"" ""I'm Glad There Is You"" and ""The Man That Got Away"" --Tim Conway (comedian, of ""McHale's Navy"") --Vic Damone (singer) - ""Fascinatin' Rhythm,"" ""But Not for Me"" and ""They Can't Take That Away from Me"" --The Harlem Globetrotters - ""Sweet Georgia Brown."" After their song, the Globetrotters play the Hollywood Palace Dribblers: Janssen, Reiner, Brooks, Damone and Conway. --Les Surfs (singing group from Madagascar) - ""Pretty Please"" and ""Pour la Rose"" --The Zeros (knife-throwing act) --The Princess Tajana trapeze actABC repeted this show on June 19, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 20 Host: George Burns

S02 E20

Feb 13, 1965
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Host: George Burns Feb 13, 1965 Host: George Burns --George Burns - ""History of the Dance"" & ""Pack Up Your Sins"" --Connie Stevens - ""Married I Can Always Get"" (or "" Married I Can Always Stay"") --George Burns and Connie Stevens (co-staring in the 1964-65 series ""Wendy and Me"") - ""At the Ball That's All"" --George Burns and the Greenwood County Singers - ""La Vie en Rose"" --Wayne Newton - ""Red Roses for a Blue Lady"" --The Greenwood Country Singers - ""Greenwood County"" & ""Anne"" --Rich Little (impressionist-comedian) --Prassana Rao (illusionist) --The Gaonas (trampoline act from Mexico) --The Zacchinis (human cannonballs)

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Season 02, Episode 21 Host: Bette Davis

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Feb 20, 1965
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Host: Bette Davis Feb 20, 1965 Host: Bette Davis --Bette Davis sings ""To Be Single"" (an answer to Richard Burton's recording ""A Married Man"") --Bette Davis and Bert Lahr appear in ""Jealousy,"" a comedy sketch from the 1952 Broadway musical revue ""Two's Company"" (in which Bette appeared on Broadway). Lahr plays a paranoid husband who's trying to get his dowdy wife to admit that she's having an affair. --Barrie Chase (dancer) - ""The Girl from Ipanema"" --Julius La Rosa (singer) - ""Out of This World"" and ""People"" --Jan Murray (comedian, does a monologue about his daughter's first date) --Les Cinci (a Parisian couple who parody apache-style dancers) --Rob Murray (comic juggler from Australia) --The Nerveless Nocks (three Swiss men and a girl who perform atop 100-foot sway-poles)ABC repeated this show on July 3, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 22 Hosts: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans / Jan and Dean

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Feb 27, 1965
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Hosts: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans / Jan and Dean Feb 27, 1965 Co-hosts: Roy Rogers and Dale Evans --Roy Rogers and Dale Evans (accompanied by Trigger and the Sons of the Pioneers) --Jan and Dean - ""From All over the World"" (theme from the ""T.A.M.I. Show"") --The Nicholas Brothers (singing dancers) - ""Black Magic"" --Shelley Berman (comedian) --Billy de Wolfe --The Ballet Folklorico of Mexico - ""Jalisco"" --The Murais (jugglers from Japan) --The Flying Armors (trapeze act)ABC repeated this show on September 11, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 23 Host: Eddie Fisher

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Mar 6, 1965
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Host: Eddie Fisher Mar 6, 1965 Host: Eddie Fisher --Eddie Fisher - ""Let Me Entertain You"" --Connie Stevens - ""It Only Takes a Moment"" --Jack Carter (comedian) --The Arirang Korean ballet troupe --Ben Wrigley (comedy pantomimist) --The Kuban Cossacks (Cossack dancers)

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Season 02, Episode 24 Host: Victor Borge

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Mar 13, 1965
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Host: Victor Borge Mar 13, 1965 Host: Victor Borge --Victor Borge (comic pianist) - demonstrates how great composers stumbled on some of their famous compositions. --Rosemary Clooney - ""Cabin in the Sky,"" ""Come on A-My House,"" ""Botch-a-Me,"" ""Hey There"" and ""Tenderly""--Shecky Greene (comedian, does a routine about folk and nightclub singers) --The Kessler Twins (singers) - ""For Me, Formidable"" and ""Every Street's a Boulevard in Old New York"" --The Two Freddies (acrobats, on trampoline) --Russ Lewis (ventriloquist) --Marco (sword-balancer)

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Season 02, Episode 25 Host: Robert Goulet

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Mar 20, 1965
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Host: Robert Goulet Mar 20, 1965 Host: Robert Goulet --Robert Goulet (guest host) --Carol Lawrence (singer, wife of Robert Goulet) --Bill Cosby (comedian, does a routine about Noah and the Ark) --Les Surfs (singing group from Madagascar) --Bill Dana (comedian, as ""El Matador"" Jose Jimenez) --The Trhee Akeffs (balancing act) --Eva Vidos (juggler) --Kay and her pets

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Season 02, Episode 26 Host: Tony Randall / Diana Ross & the Supremes

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Mar 27, 1965
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Host: Tony Randall / Diana Ross & the Supremes Mar 27, 1965 Host: Tony Randall--Tony Randall - does a sketch about an all-night radio disc jockey --Diana Ross and the Supremes - ""Stop! In The Name Of Love"" --Allan Sherman sings ""Crazy Downtown"" (parody of Petula Clark's ""Downtown"") --Nelson Eddy and Gale Sherwood (singers) - ""You and the Night and the Music"" & ""Indian Love Call"" --Nelson Eddy - ""The Song Is You"" --Vikki Carr (singer) - ""The Good Life,"" ""So in Love"" and ""The Days of Wine and Roses"" --Pat Morita (comedian) --The Marthys (tumbling acrobats) --Mendez's high-wire act --A wrestling match between the Hangman and Victor the Great, a Canadian Brown Bear.ABC repeated this show on August 21, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 27 Host: Dale Robertson

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Apr 3, 1965
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Host: Dale Robertson Apr 3, 1965 Host: Dale Robertson --Tim Conway (comedian, from ""McHale's Navy"") - does an obstetrician sketch --George Gobel (comedian) --Barbara McNair (singer) --Lisa Kirk (singer-dancer) --Gaylord and Holiday (comedy team) --The Four Winds of Notre Dame (vocal quartet) --The Morways (teeterboard artists from Prague) --The Hennefore Family's comedy animal act

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Season 02, Episode 28 Host: Groucho Marx / Margaret Dumont

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Apr 17, 1965
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Host: Groucho Marx / Margaret Dumont Apr 17, 1965 Host: Groucho Marx --Margaret Dumont (comedian, in her last TV appearance) --Groucho Marx and Margaret Dumont perform their comedy classic ""Captain Spaulding,"" a number from ""Animal Crackers."" --Melinda Marx (Groucho's daughter) - ""East Side of Town"" --Groucho and Melinda Marx - ""Play a Simple Melody"" --Gordon and Sheila MacRae sing ""I Want to Be with You"" --Sheila MacRae - ""Hello Dolly"" and ""Happy Days Are Here Again"" --Gordon MacRae - ""More"" --Shecky Greene (comedian) --Miriam Makeba (African folk singer) - African Game Song --Lydia Torea (flamenco dancer, with her troupe) - ""Dos en Ritmo"" & ""Un Pinto"" --Don Saunders (comedian from Scotland) --The Four Kents (trick unicyclists from Denmark)

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Season 02, Episode 29 Host: Pat Boone

S02 E29

Apr 24, 1965
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Host: Pat Boone Apr 24, 1965 Host: Pat Boone--Pat Boone - ""Exodus,"" ""Walk Right In,"" ""Love Letters in the Sand,"" ""Wonderful Time Up There"" and ""April Love"" --Dorothy Collins (singer) - ""Sleeping Bee"" and ""The Eagle and Me"" --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --Ben Blue (comedian-impressionist, with his troupe) - ""The Parisian Sidewalk Café"" sketch --Liliane Montevecchi (singer-dancer) --The Cherokys (acrobats) --The Steckles (illusionists)

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Season 02, Episode 30 Host: Louis Armstrong

S02 E30

May 1, 1965
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Host: Louis Armstrong May 1, 1965 Host: Louis Armstrong--Louis Armstrong - ""Hello, Dolly!"" ""When the Saints Go Marching In,"" ""Mack the Knife"" and ""Blueberry Hill"" (Also, Armstrong is saluted for his 50 years in show business and his role as a goodwill ambassador.) --Edward G. Robinson (actor) - reads tributes to Louis Armstrong from President Johnson and the Senate. --Jimmy Durante - ""Well-Dressed Man,"" ""What a Day,"" ""Alley Cat"" and ""Again You Turn-a"" --Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Durante - ""Old Man Time"" --Diahann Carroll (blues singer) - ""Outskirts of Town,"" ""Porgy"" and ""Nobody Loves You When You're Down and Out"" --Rowan and Martin (comedy team) --The Ballet Folklorico of Mexico - ""Jalisco"" and ""Deer Dance""

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Season 02, Episode 31 Host: Steve Lawrence

S02 E31

May 8, 1965
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Host: Steve Lawrence May 8, 1965 Host: Steve Lawrence--Mickey Rooney and Bobby Van - appear in a spoof of the movie ""Bridge on the River Kwai"" --Jean Fenn (operatic soprano) --The Backporch Majority (folk singers) - ""Ramblin' Man"" and ""Old Dan Tucker"" --Jack Cole (choreographer-dancer) --Gene Baylos (comedian) --Alberto and Rosita (plate spinners) --The Gimma Brothers (novelty act) --Poogie Bell (a 4-year-old drummer)ABC repeated this show on August 7, 1965.

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Season 02, Episode 32 Host: George Burns

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May 15, 1965
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Host: George Burns May 15, 1965 Host: George Burns --Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks (comedians, do an interview sketch on dieting) --Jack Jones (singer) --Mary Costa (operatic soprano) --The Young Americans (vocal group) - ""The Young Americans"" --Cully Rihcards and Company (pantomimists) --the Almiros (jugglers) --The Flying Zacchinis (trapeze artists)

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Season 02, Episode 33 Host: Tennessee Ernie Ford

S02 E33

May 22, 1965
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Host: Tennessee Ernie Ford May 22, 1965 Host: Tennessee Ernie Ford --Ann Miller (singer-dancer) --Edie Adams (singer)--Jack Carter (comedian)--Santos (low-wire acrobat act from Portugal)--The O'Keffe comedy divers (from England) --The Gus Augspurg Monkeys Please see ""Recap"" for episode transcript and song titles.

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