CTVA Canada - "The Bobby Vinton Show" (CTV)(1975-78)

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The Bobby Vinton Show (1975-78)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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THE BOBBY VINTON SHOW
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CTV Television Network
in association with
Chuck Barris Productions
Creator / Executive Producer Chris Bearde
Producer Alan Thicke & Philip McLaren
Writers Allan Blye and Alan Thicke
Directed by Michael Steele

Canadian Musical Variety Show 1975-1978 (75 episodes)

Host Bobby Vinton
regulars
Jimmy Dale and His Orchestra
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Arte Johnson
Freeman King
Lisa Dalbello

Bobby Vinton had many hits in the US Pop Charts including:
"Roses Are Red (My Love)" (1962)
"Blue On Blue" (1963)
"Blue Velvet" (1963)
"There! I've Said It Again" (1963)
"My Heart Belongs To Only You" (1964)
"Mr. Lonely" (1964)
"Please Love Me Forever" (1967)
"I Love How You Love Me" (1968)
"My Melody Of Love" (1974)

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[01] The Bobby Vinton Show
09Sep1975 [Premiere] [rerun 16Dec75]
11Sep1975 [NY Premiere]
guest
Ted Knight
cameo appearances by
Barbara Walters
Ruth Buzzi and Clifton Davis
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Freeman King
Highlights:
Ted does a song-and-dance number "I'm in Love With Barbara Walters".
Bobby sings "When Will I Be Loved?"

[02] The Bobby Vinton Show
16Sep1975
18Sep1975 [New York airing]
guest
Ruth Buzzi
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Freeman King

Highlights:
Ruth Buzzi plays Bobby's elderly aunt who is his bowling partner for the evening and a very pregnant wife,
vainly trying to get husband Bobby's attention.
Bobby & Ruth sing "Let Me Be There".
Bobby sings "I Love How You Love Me" and an Al Jolson medley.

[03] The Bobby Vinton Show
23Sep1975
25Sep1975 [New York airing]
guest
Arte Johnson
Gloria Loring

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Listen to the Music," "Matchmaker," "Sunrise, Sunset" and "To Life".
Gloria & Bobby do "Just as Much as Ever".

[04] The Bobby Vinton Show
30Sep1975 [rerun 23Dec75 and 02May76]
02Oct1975 [New York airing]
guest
Clifton Davis
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Freeman King
Highlights:
Clifton Davis appears as glitter-clad bowler Ten Pin Davis in a sketch.
Clifton sings "I've Got the Music In Me".
Bobby and Clifton duet with "Gotta Travel On".
Bobby sings "Sealed With a Kiss".

[05] The Bobby Vinton Show
07Oct1975 [rerun 31Dec75]
09Oct1975 [US airing]
guest
Adrienne Barbeau
Charlie Callas

Cameo appearance by Arte Johnson
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Freeman King

Highlights:
Songs include "Help Me Make It Through the Night" and a medley of "Do You Want to Dance?" and "Save the Last Dance For Me".

[06] The Bobby Vinton Show
14Oct1975
16Oct1975 [US airing]
guest
Karen Valentine
Plus regulars
Billy Van
Jack Duffy

Highlights:
Karen plays an addict hooked on hot dogs.
Karen sings "Please Mr. Please".
Bobby & Karen do a medley with "Thank God I'm a Country Boy", "Daddy Sang Bass", "Wabash Cannon Ball"
and "Oh, Lonesome Me".
Bobby sings "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and "Midnight Show".

[07] The Bobby Vinton Show
21Oct1975 [rerun 13Apr76]
23Oct1975 [US airing]
guest
Jim Stafford
Highlights:
Bobby sings "Don't Be Cruel.
Jim performs "You'll Never Take Me Alive" and "Mr. Bojangles".
Bobby and Jim sing a New Orleans Medley.
Jim does impressions of Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Paul Lynde and Anthony Newley.

[08] The Bobby Vinton Show
28Oct1975
30Oct1975 [US airing]
guest
John Byner
Cameo appearance by Vicki Lawrence
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Freeman King

Highlights:
Dressed as glitter-rock artists, John and Bobby perform "Cover of Rolling Stone".
Bobby sings "Jambalaya" and "Crocodile Rock."

[09] The Bobby Vinton Show
04Nov1975 [rerun 20Apr77]
06Nov1975 [US airing]
guest
The Hudson Brothers
cameos by
Anne Murray
Jessica Walter
Karen Valentine
Jay Silverheels

hockey player Phil Esposito.
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Freeman King

Highlights:
The Hudson Brothers do a takeoff on "The Godfather" and a medley of rock oldies.
Bobby sings "Delta Dawn".
The Hudsons sing "Lonely School Days".

[10] The Bobby Vinton Show
11Nov1975 [rerun 27Apr76]
13Nov1975 [US airing]
guest
Jessica Walter
Buffalo Bills running back O.J. Simpson
Highlights:
O.J. teams up with Bobby and the cast for a humorous look at football.
Bobby & O.J. sing the "Football Blues".
Jessica does a comedy sketch as a consumer reporter.
Jessica sings "Corner of the Sky".
Bobby sings "Never Ending Song of Love".

[11] The Bobby Vinton Show
18Nov1975
20Nov1975 [US airing]
guest
Melba Moore
Foster Brooks

Highlights:
Foster gives a comic talk about different pains and ways to relieve them.
Melba sings "Get into My Mind".
Bobby does "Build Me Up Buttercup" and "Feelings."

[12] The Bobby Vinton Show
25Nov1975 [rerun 09Dec75]
27Nov1975 [US airing]
guest
Tanya Tucker
Arte Johnson

Cameo appearance by Don Rickles.
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Freeman King

Highlights:
Arte as Russian bowler Roller Rozmenko displays his skill at the game.
Tanya sings "Lizzie and the Rainman".
Bobby performs a medley of songs from around the world.

[13] The Bobby Vinton Show
02Dec1975
04Dec1975 [US airing]
guest
Loretta Swit
Cameo appearance by Ruth Buzzi
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Freeman King

Highlights:
Loretta plays Ohio bowler Cincinnati Swit.
Bobby sings "There, I've Said It Again" to his sweetheart Loretta, as the two dine in a restaurant.
Bobby also performs "Another Saturday Night," "Blue on Blue" and "Mama Don't Allow."

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
09Dec1975 [rerun from 25Nov75]
guest
Tanya Tucker

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
16Dec1975 [rerun from 09Sep75]
guest
Ted Knight
Barbara Walters

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
23Dec1975 [rerun from 30Sep75]
guest
Clifton Davis

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
31Dec1975 [rerun from 07Oct75]
01Jan1976 [US airing]
guest
Adrienne Barbeau
Charlie Callas


[14] The Bobby Vinton Show
06Jan1976
guest
Gabriel Kaplan
Ruth Buzzi

[15] The Bobby Vinton Show
13Jan1976
guest
Tanya Tucker
and Johnson!

[16] The Bobby Vinton Show
20Jan1976 [Cdn airing]
25Jan1976 [US airing]
guest
The Spinners
Cameo appearances by
Peter Graves and Paul Williams.
Highlights:
Bobby sings "For Once in My Life", "Yesterday" and a medley of past hits.

[17] The Bobby Vinton Show
27Jan1976 [Cdn airing]
01Feb1976 [US airing]
guest
Petula Clark (British singer)
Cameo appearances by
Vicki Lawrence, George Kennedy, Ed Begley Jr. and Wolfman Jack
Highlights:
Petula with friends sings "Ease on Down the Road" (from "The Wiz").
Bobby and Petula duet with "Gimme a Smile" and "All My Lovin'".
Bobby sings "Killing Me Softly".

[18] The Bobby Vinton Show
03Feb1976
guest
Freddy Fender
John Byner
Plus regulars
Billy Van
Freeman King

Highlights:
A comedy routine about cavemen in the year one million B.C..
Freddy discusses his career and sings "Secret Love".
Bobby does "Every Day of My Life" and "Our Day Will Come."

[19] The Bobby Vinton Show
10Feb1976
guest
George Gobel
Plus regulars
Jack Duffy
Billy Van
Freeman King

Highlights:
George does a comedy sketch about the "kissing bandit" and a stand-up routine.
Bobby sings "Oh, Babe, What Would You Say?", "Paloma Blanca" and "I Love You So".

[20] The Bobby Vinton Show
17Feb1976
guest
Anne Murray
Highlights:
Anne Murray sings "You Won't See Me".
Anne and Bobby sing a medley of "Snowbird", "Raindrops" and "Yellow Ribbon".

[21] The Bobby Vinton Show
24Feb1976
guest
David Brenner
cameo by Paul Williams.
Highlights:
David Brenner is cast as a surgeon who is so busy telling jokes that he forgets to perform an operation.
Bobby plays the saxophone, sings and dances to "Go Go Go"; and vocalizes on "What a Difference a Day Makes"
and the "Theme from `Love Story'."

[22] The Bobby Vinton Show
02Mar1976
guest
Comic Hank Garcia
Vaudeville comedian Mousey Garner
Cameos by Karen Valentine and Peter Graves
Plus regular
Billy Van
Highlights:
Bobby does a production number to "You Got Trouble," and sings "Only You" and "My Melody of Love."

[23] The Bobby Vinton Show
09Mar1976 [rerun 05May76]
guest
Don Rickles
Charlie Callas
Arte Johnson

Highlights:
Bobby sings "I Honestly Love You".
Arte and Bobby team up for "Wooden Heart".
Bobby sings "Mr. Lonely" and "Chantilly Lace".

[24] The Bobby Vinton Show
23Mar1976
guest
Bob Keeshan aka Captain Kangaroo
Gabriel Kaplan
Wolfman Jack
Bill Macy

Plus regulars
Billy Van
Jack Duffy

Highlights:
Bobby sings a medley of Peter, Paul and Mary hits, "I Only Have Eyes for You" and "Blue Velvet".
A sketch about liars who don't get away with their stories.

[25] The Bobby Vinton Show
30Mar1976
guest
The Spinners

[26] The Bobby Vinton Show (Last episode of the first season)
06Apr1976
guest
Donna Fargo
Hank Garcia.

Plus regular
Freeman King
Highlights:
Bobby sings "I'm Walkin'" and a medley of "Daddy's Little Girl / California Here I Come / They Don't Write
'Em Like That Anymore.
Donna sings "You're Not Charlie Brown and I'm Not Raggedy Ann".
Bobby & Donna duet with "My Elusive Dreams".
Hank does a stand-up routine that includes his thoughts on the stereotyped Mexican in films.
Also appearing Freeman King, Jimmy Dale orchestra.

*NOTE: Last episode of the first season, repeats aired.

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
13Apr1976 [rerun from 21Oct75]
14Apr1976 [US airing]
Jim Stafford

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
20Apr1976 [rerun from 04Nov75]
21Apr1976 [US airing]
The Hudson Brothers

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
27Apr1976 [rerun from 11Nov75]
28Apr1976 [US airing]
O.J. Simpson and Jessica Walters

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
05May1976 [US airing]
Don Rickles
Charlie Callas
Arte Johnson


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2.01 [27] The Bobby Vinton Show
21Sep1976 [rerun 24Dec76 Massachusetts]
Guests
Teresa Brewer
Dion Dimucci

Highlights:
Dion does "Runaround Sue" and teams up with Bobby for "Teenager in Love."
Teresa sings "Sweet Old Fashioned Girl" and "Music, Music, Music".
Bobby, Dion and Teresa perform "Ricochet".
Bobby solos on "Roses Are Red" and "Make Your Own Kind of Music."

2.02 [28] The Bobby Vinton Show
28Sep1976 [rerun 21Dec76]
Guests
Karen Black
Foster Brooks
John Byner

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?"
Karen sings "Lonely Now".
Bobby & Karen do a medley of "Here Comes the Showboat", "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee" and "Mississippi Mud".

2.03 [29] The Bobby Vinton Show
05Oct1976 [rerun 28Dec76]
Guests
Lainie Kazan
Foster Brooks
Arte Johnson

Highlights:
Lainie sings "I Feel a Song".
Bobby sings "Higher & Higher", "Lemon-drops, Lollipops and Sunbeams" and "Please Love Me Forever".

2.04 [30] The Bobby Vinton Show
12Oct1976 [rerun 07Jan77]
Guests
Joannie Sommers
Henny Youngman
John Byner.

2.05 [31] The Bobby Vinton Show
19Oct1976 [rerun 15Mar77]
Guests
The Spinners
Arte Johnson

Highlights:
Bobby performs "I Got the Music in Me" and a "Tales from the Vienna Woods" medley.
The Spinners sing "Games People Play," and join Bobby in "Over the Mountain, Across the Sea."

2.06 [32] The Bobby Vinton Show
26Oct1976 [rerun 22Mar77]
Guests
Carol Lawrence
Foster Brooks

Cameo appearance by Andy Griffith
Highlights:
Bobby sings "There's Kind of a Hush" and "It Was a Very Good Year".
Carol sings "Friend of the Father".

2.07 [33] The Bobby Vinton Show
02Nov1976 [rerun 29Mar77]
Guests
Ethel Merman
Foster Brooks
John Byner
Monty Hall
Famous People Players

Highlights:
Bobby performs "There's No Business like Show Business" and "My Melody of Love".
Ethel sings "Alexander's Ragtime Band".

2.08 [34] The Bobby Vinton Show
09Nov1976 [rerun 05Apr77]
Guests
Paul Williams
Highlights:
Paul Williams sings "Don't Call It Love."
Bobby does "I Won't Last a Day Without You" and "Moonlight Serenade."

2.09 [35] The Bobby Vinton Show
16Nov1976 [rerun 12Apr77]
18Nov1976 [US airing]
Guests
Ruth Buzzi
Highlights:
Bobby sings "Country Road", "Silly Love Songs", "I Write the Songs" and "Sealed With a Kiss".

2.10 [36] The Bobby Vinton Show
23Nov1976
Guests
Lynn Anderson
Jackie Kahane

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Stand by Your Man," "Blue Velvet" and "Travelin' Band."
Lynn performs "Sweet Talkin' Guy," and joins Bobby in "Blue Velvet."

2.11 [37] The Bobby Vinton Show
30Nov1976
Guests
Norm Crosby
Highlights:
Bobby performs "Rose Garden," "Personality," "My Funny Valentine" and "Blue on Blue."

2.12 [38] The Bobby Vinton Show
07Dec1976
09Dec1976 [US airing] PA
Guests
Adrienne Barbeau
Foster Brooks

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Never My Love".
Adrienne sings "Bargain Store".
Bobby & Adrienne duet with "Everybody Loves a Lover".

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
14Dec1976 [rerun from 21Sep76]
Teresa Brewer
Dio De Mucci (R)

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
21Dec1976 [rerun from 28Sep76]
Karen Black
Foster Brooks
John Byner (R)

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
28Dec1976 [rerun from 05Oct76]
Lainie Kazan
Arte Johnson
Foster Brooks (R)


2.13 [39] The Bobby Vinton Show
04Jan1977
Guests
Donna Summer
John Byner

Highlights:
Bobby sings "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and "All in the Game".
Donna sings "Could This Be Magic?"

2.14 [40] The Bobby Vinton Show
11Jan1977
Guests
Joanie Sommers
Henny Youngman
John Byner

Highlights:
Bobby sings "You Are the Sunshine in My Life" and "Special Angel".
Joanie sings "Swearin' to God".
Bobby & Joanie duet with "Johnny Get Angry".

2.15 [41] The Bobby Vinton Show
18Jan1977
22Jan1977 [US airing]
Guests
Rene Simard
Murray Langston
Arte Johnson
Foster Brooks
Dody Goodman
Freeman King

Highlights:
Rene sings "All By Myself".
Bobby sings "But I Do" and a medley of big band numbers.

2.16 [42] The Bobby Vinton Show
25Jan1977
Guests
Arte Johnson
Hank Garcia

Highlights:
Bobby sings "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" and "Proud Mary."
Jimmy Dale conducts the orchestra.

2.17 [43] The Bobby Vinton Show
01Feb1977
Guests
Phyllis Diller
Rene Simard
Gabriel Kaplan

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Those Were the Days" and "I Believe".
Rene sings "It's a Miracle".

2.18 [44] The Bobby Vinton Show
08Feb1977
Guests
Anne Murray
Henny Youngman

Plus regulars
Billy Van
Jack Duffy

Highlights:
Anne sings "Sunday Sunrise".
Bobby and Anne duet with "United We Stand".
Bobby sings "Runaway" and "Please Love Me Forever".
Anne appears in a sketch as a performer who has been booked to sing at a hot-dog stand, also in the sketch are
Billy Van and Jack Duffy.

2.19 [45] The Bobby Vinton Show
15Feb1977
Guests
Lesley Gore
John Byner

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Love Me Tonight" and "Crying".
Lesley sings "Immortality," "It's My Party," "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows".

2.20 [46] The Bobby Vinton Show
22Feb1977
Guests
Barbi Benton
Henny Youngman
Foster Brooks

Highlights:
Bobby sings "Eight Days a Week," "Have I Told You Lately that I Love You?"
Barbi sings "Staying Power".

2.21 [47] The Bobby Vinton Show
01Mar1977
Guests
Gloria Loring
Foster Brooks
Arte Johnson
Cameo appearance by Gabriel Kaplan
Highlights:
Foster has a discussion of great moments in the year 1175.
Gloria sings "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"
Bobby & Gloria duet with "Breaking Up is Hard to Do".
Bobby sings "Didn't We?"

2.22 [48] The Bobby Vinton Show
08Mar1977 [rerun 17May77]
Guests
Freda Payne
Foster Brooks

Highlights:
Bobby performs "Top of the World" and "Hurt."
Freda sings "Look What I Found".

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
15Mar1977 [rerun from 19Oct76]
Guests
The Spinners
Arte Johnson

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
22Mar1977 [rerun from 26Oct76]
Guests
Carol Lawrence
Foster Brooks

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
29Mar1977 [rerun from 02Nov76]
Guests
Ethel Merman
Foster Brooks
John Byner
Monty Hall
Famous People Players

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
05Apr1977 [rerun from 09Nov76]
Guests
Paul Williams

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
12Apr1977 [rerun from 16Nov76]
Guests
Ruth Buzzi

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
19Apr1977 [rerun]
Guests

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
26Apr1977 [rerun]
Guests

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show
17May1977 [rerun from 08Mar77]
guest
Freda Payne

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3.01 [49] The Bobby Vinton Show
19Sep1977
Guests
Eli Wallach

3.02 [50] The Bobby Vinton Show
26Sep1977
Guests
Broadway singer-dancer Ren Woods
impressionist Fred Travalena
Highlights:
Ren performs "Dancing Queen".
Fred does impressions and sings "Country Road."
Among Bobby's songs: "Sir Duke," "Blue on Blue," "Roses Are Red (My Love)."
Bobby also features his new family of performers including three singers called The Melodies of Love and the
Bobby Vinton Show Band.

3.03 [51] The Bobby Vinton Show
03Oct1977
Guests
Chita Rivera
and impressionist Tom Bresh
Highlights:
Chita sings "Me and My Baby".
Tom does "Torn Between Two Lovers."
Bobby sings "Strike Up the Band for Love" and "All My Todays".
Bobby leads the band in a medley of big-band hits with "Marie," "Chattanooga Choo Choo," "Bei Mir Bist Du Schon"
and "In the Mood".

3.04 [52] The Bobby Vinton Show
10Oct1977
Guests
Phyllis Diller
and singer Shawne Jackson.
Highlights:
Shawne sings "I Wanna Be Where You Are".
Shawne and Bobby and the cast sing "Delta Dawn."
Bobby's songs include "You Don't Have to Be a Star" and "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me."
All join in for the theme from Rocky "Gonna Fly Now".

3.05 [53] The Bobby Vinton Show
17Oct1977
Guests
Singer Gloria Kaye
and comedian Tom Bresh.
Highlights:
Gloria sings "Fresh Out of Love".
Tom does singing impersonations of Truman Capote, Archie and Edith Bunker, Paul Lynde and Jim Nabors.
Bobby sings "What I Did for Love" and does an Al Jolson medley.

3.06 [54] The Bobby Vinton Show
24Oct1977
Guests
Canadian country tradition Gordie Tapp
Highlights:
Bobby sings "I've Got the Music in Me," "You Don't Have to Be a Star," "Sealed with a Kiss," "Only Love Can Break a Heart"
and "I Love How You Love Me."
Gordie and Bobby do "That's Amore".

3.07 [55] The Bobby Vinton Show
31Oct1977
Guests
singer-comedienne Liz Torres,
Canadian actress Trudy Young
and Canadian comedienne Rosemary Radcliffe.
Highlights:
Bobby sings "Do You Wanna Make Love," "You Don't Have to Be a Star".
Liz sings "But the World Goes 'Round".
There's also a production number set to "My Way," a big-band medley.

3.08 [56] The Bobby Vinton Show
07Nov1977
Guests
Phoebe Snow
Highlights:
Phoebe sings "Never Letting Go" and "Love Makes a Woman."
Bobby sings "It's So Easy" and a Sam Cooke medley.

3.09 [57] The Bobby Vinton Show
14Nov1977
Guests
comedian Milton Berle
and singer Shirley Eikhart
Highlights:
Bobby sings "Nobody Does It Better," "I Just Want to Be Your Everything".
Shirley sings "Don't Let Me Down".
Also: a production-number tribute to Nat King Cole.

3.10 [58] The Bobby Vinton Show
21Nov1977
Guests
singer-actress Rita Moreno
and comedian Pat Cooper
Highlights:
Rita dances to "On the Sunny Side of the Street".
Bobby and Rita duet with "Help Me Make It Thru the Night" and a big-band medley that includes "So Rare" and
"Sentimental Journey."
Also: a tribute to Elvis Presley.

3.11 [59] The Bobby Vinton Show
28Nov1977
Guests
singer Mary MacGregor
and funny Professor Irwin Corey.
Child performer Sammy Snider sings a duet with Bobby.
Highlights:
Mary & Bobby duet on "Proud Mary" and a big-band medley that includes "South of the Border".
Also: a comedy spot by Prof. Irwin Corey and "Too Fat Polka."

3.12 [60] The Bobby Vinton Show
05Dec1977
Guests
Country star Barbara Mandrell
ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester.
Highlights:
Barbara sings "Let Your Love Flow" and "Hold Me".
Bobby performs "Higher and Higher," "Love Is the Reason," "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da".

3.13 [61] The Bobby Vinton Show
12Dec1977
Guests
comedian Pat Cooper
singer Susan Jacks
and Arte Johnson.
Highlights:
Bobby sings "Splish Splash," "Save Your Kisses for Me".
Susan does "Anna".
Jimmy Dale orchestra.

3.14 [62] The Bobby Vinton Show
19Dec1977
Guests
comedian Larry Storch
Canadian singer Elaine Overholdt.
Highlights:
Elaine sings "Some Enchanted Evening".
Bobby sings "Everything Is Beautiful," "Riviera Hall of Fame".
Plus a salute to nightclub performers.

3.15 [63] The Bobby Vinton Show
26Dec1977
Guests
singer Patsy Gallant
and comedian Rip Taylor.
Highlights:
Patsy sings "Sugar Daddy".
Bobby sings "Love Makes Everything Better".

3.16 [64] The Bobby Vinton Show
02Jan1978
Guests
singer Abbe Lane
and comic Michael Rapport
Highlights:
Abbe sings "Puttin' on the Ritz" and "They Can't Take That Away from Me".
Bobby & Abbe sing "All My Loving".
Bobby sings "You Light Up My Life".
And a production number featuring a Hawaiian medley.
Also: Abbe salutes Maurice Chevalier, Fred Astaire and Al Jolson.

3.17 [65] The Bobby Vinton Show
09Jan1978
Guests
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.
Highlights:
Marilyn & Billy sing "Wonderful" and "The Two of Us."
Bobby, Marilyn & Billy do "You Don't Have to Be a Star".
Bobby solos with "Feelings".
Bobby joins Marilyn and Billy for a Ray Charles medley, including "Hit the Road, Jack," "I Can't Stop Lovin' You"
and "What'd I Say?"

3.18 [66] The Bobby Vinton Show
16Jan1978
Guests
singer Anne Murray
and comedian Jay Leno.
Highlights:
Bobby & Anne duet with "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" and "Afternoon Delight".
Bobby sings "Hava Naglia" and a medley including "Io Ti Daro Di Piu", "C'est Si Bon", "Cuando Calienta el Sol".

3.19 [67] The Bobby Vinton Show
23Jan1978
Guests
Kelly Garrett
and comedian Jackie Mason.
Highlights:
Bobby sings "More" (Mondo Cane Theme) and "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
Kelly sings "Beautiful Music" and the production number pays tribute to Guy Lombardo.

3.20 [68] The Bobby Vinton Show
30Jan1978
Guests
singer Lainie Kazan
and comedian Skip Stephenson
Highlights:
Lainie sings "One Fine Morning".
Bobby does "Strangers in the Night," "How Deep Is Your Love?" and a big-band medley including "Woodchopper's Ball,"
"Take the 'A' Train."

3.21 [69] The Bobby Vinton Show
06Feb1978
Guests
impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels
and singer Bruce Murray
Highlights:
Marilyn sings "Parade".
Bruce sings "Who, What, When, Where, Why".
Bobby does "Paloma Blanca," "Ya Got Trouble," "You Don't Have to Be a Star".
Also a spoof of "Gone With the Wind" and a number set to "Ya Got Trouble" from "Music Man".

3.22 [70] The Bobby Vinton Show
13Feb1978
Guests
singers Richie Havens
and Denise McCann.
Highlights:
Richie sings "It Was a Very Good Year," "Shadows of the Past".
Denise sings "Tattoo Man".
Bobby sings "Do You Want to Dance?" and a Chopin medley including "Till the End of Time."

3.23 [71] The Bobby Vinton Show
20Feb1978
Guests
Singer Donna Fargo
and comic Michael Rapport
Highlights:
Donna and Bobby do a country medley with "Forzy," "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.," "Anytime," "Detour."
Bobby sings "He".

3.24 [72] The Bobby Vinton Show
27Feb1978
Guests
Singer Patti Page
and comedian Steve Bluestein.
Highlights:
Bobby sings "Let Me Be There"
Patti sings "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue".
Also: a medley of Patti's hits, including "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window" and "Old Cape Cod."

3.25 [73] The Bobby Vinton Show
06Mar1978
Guests
Singer Gloria Loring
and comedian Tom Dreesen.
Highlights:
Gloria sings "Here You Come Again".
Bobby & Gloria duet with "You're My Soul and Inspiration".
Bobby sings "Sweet Caroline" and "Killing Me Softly".

3.26 [74] The Bobby Vinton Show
13Mar1978
Guests
singers Sheree Jeacocke
Stephanie Taylor

and Tabby Johnson
and the Unknown Comic (Murray Langston).
Highlights:
Sheree & Stephanie duet with "Love Makes a Woman".
Tabby sings "Good Times".

3.27 [75] The Bobby Vinton Show
03Apr1978
Guests
Singer Trini Lopez
comedian Michael Rapport
and ventriloquist Willie Tyler with Lester.
Highlights:
Bobby and Trini do a medley of "Lemon Tree," "If I Had a Hammer" and "La Bamba."
Bobby sings "He" and "Travelin' Band."

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[--] The Bobby Vinton Show:
- Anne Murray and Henny Youngman are guests. Songs: "Games People Play," "Mack the Knife" (Bobby);
"Golden Oldies" (Anne); "Let It Be Me" (Anne, Bobby).

[--] The Bobby Vinton Show:
- Foster Brooks. Bobby sings "It's Impossible," "We Get Letters", "Baby Face," "I Love How You Love Me" and
"Round and Round." The Jimmy Dale orchestra

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