MISCELLANEOUS TELEVISION APPEARANCES

The Chevy Show
October 25, 1955; NBC
Guest stars: Bob Hope and Jimmy Durante

 

The Bob Hope Show
November 15, 1955; NBC

 

The Milton Berle Show
January 31, 1956; NBC
Songs performed: (Love Is) The Tender Trap

 

What's My Line?
March 4, 1956; CBS

 

Ed Sullivan's Toast of the Town
May 13, 1956; CBS

 

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
October 5, 1956; NBC

 

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
May 17, 1957; NBC
Songs performed: I'm Up Here; I'm Walkin' (with Dinah Shore); Little Darlin' (with Dinah Shore, Boris Karloff and Art Carney); Through The Decades song medley (with Dinah Shore): Iím Walkiní / Iíll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time / 42nd Street / Three OíClock In The Morning / Look Out For Jimmy Valentine / You Tell Me Your Dream, Iíll Tell You Mine / After The Ball Is Over / Old Folks At Home / Iím Walkiní; Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk (with Dinah Shore, Art Carney, Boris Karloff and The Company)

 

The Nat King Cole Show
December 3, 1957; NBC
Songs performed: (Where Are You?) Now That I Need You; song medley (with Nat King Cole): Mona Lisa / Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief / Answer Me My Love / His Rocking Horse Ran Away / Orange Colored Sky / Anything You Can Do / The Soft Shoe Song

 

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
March 23, 1958; NBC
Songs performed: His Rocking Horse Ran Away; Through The Decades song medley (with Dinah Shore): Sugar Time / Iíll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time / 42nd Street / Three OíClock In The Morning / Look Out For Jimmy Valentine / You Tell Me Your Dream, Iíll Tell You Mine / After The Ball Is Over / My Old Kentucky Home / Sugar Time; song medley (with Dinah Shore, Peter Lawford and Tony Martin): Two Lost Souls / High Society / Weíre In The Money / Money Isnít Everything

 

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
April 27, 1958; NBC
Songs performed: That Ain't Right

 

What's My Line?
July 1, 1958; CBS

 

The Eddie Fisher Show
October 14, 1958; NBC

 

The Eddie Fisher Show
October 28, 1958; NBC

 

USO All-Star Christmas Special
December 20, 1958
Songs performed: Roaring Twenties song medley: The Lullaby Of Broadway / My Melancholy Baby; Silent Night (with The Company)

 

The Phil Harris Show
February 6, 1959; NBC

 

Art Linkletter's Top Ten Sports Stars of the West
March 12, 1959; NBC

 

Dick Clark's World of Talent
October 4, 1959; ABC

 

The Jack Paar Show
September 22, 1960; NBC

 

Val Parnellís Sunday Night at the London Palladium
March 19, 1961; ITV

 

Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall
November 8, 1961; NBC
Songs performed: song medley: Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief / It Had To Be You / Accentuate The Positive; New York's My Home; Famous Songwriters song medley (with Perry Como): Olí Man River / Love and Marriage / Ainít Misbehaviní / Dancing In The Dark / I Got Rhythm / Almost Like Being In Love / A Bushel And A Peck / Itís Only A Paper Moon / Manhattan / The Lullaby Of Broadway

 

The Steve Allen Show
October 3, 1962; Westinghouse TV

 

The Worldís Greatest Showman: The Legend of Cecil B. DeMille
December 1, 1963; NBC

 

The Johnny Carson Show
February 21, 1964; NBC

 

The Mike Douglas Show
March 24, 1964; Westinghouse TV

 

The Celebrity Game
May 3, 1964

 

The Hollywood Palace
May 9, 1964
Songs performed: song medley: Murder, He Says / Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief / It Had To Be You / Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry; Old Blue (with Dale Robertson, Paul Lynde and John Gary)

 

Hollywood Talent Scouts
May 9, 1966

 

The Joey Bishop Show
July 20, 1967

 

The David Frost Show
December 31, 1969

 

The Virginia Graham Show
January 27, 1972

 

The Mike Douglas Show
February 25, 1977
Songs performed: It Had To Be You, Ragtime Cowboy Joe (with Mike Douglas)

 

Good Morning America
August 15 and 16, 1978

 

Donahue
September 20, 1978

 

Hollywood Backlot
March 8, 1979

 

Good Morning America
June 16, 1980

 

Good Morning America
September 15, 1980
Songs performed: Little Girls

 

Sunday Morning
September 21, 1980; CBS

 

Entertainment Tonight
September 10, 1982

 

Jukebox Saturday Night
March 19, 1983; PBS
Songs performed: I'm Up Here (Opening Number); medley: Murder, He Says / Doctor, Lawyer Indian Chief; You Can't Get A Man With A Gun; medley: (Where Are You?) Now That I Need You / I Wish I Didn't Love You So; Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry; It Had To Be You

 

Christopher Closeup
1984

 

Hollywood Interview with Tom Cooper
January 7, 1986

 

Entertainment Tonight
May 1987

 

Entertainment This Week
June 7, 1987

 

Private Screenings
July 18, 2000; TCM