CTVA US Music Variety - "Chevy Showroom Presents Andy Williams" (ABC) (Summer1958)

CTVA
The Classic TV Archive - US  Music Variety
  MusicVariety Guestbook
<Previous      "Chevy Showroom Presents Andy Williams"         Next>
(ABC) (Summer 1958)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox, Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

 ###### Andy Williams: Chevy Showroom #########
################# Summer 1958 ################
##############################################
ABC Thursdays 9:00-9:30pm Eastern (30min) (3Jul58-25Sep58)
Summer replacement series for "The Chevy Showroom presents Pat Boone"
Recurring Guest: Anita Wood
Regulars: Dick Van Dyke, The Bob Hamilton Trio

[01] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
03Jul1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
pianist-drummer-composer Barry Miles
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
The Bob Hamilton Trio
Highlights:
Andy sings "You Do Something To Me", "When I Fall In Love" and "Now Is the Time of the Evening".
Andy begins his

[02] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
10Jul1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
comedian Jack Carter
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and the Bob Hamilton Trio
Highlights:
Andy and Dick sing a slightly whacky version of "Two Lost Souls".
The Hamilton Trio dance to "Superstition".
Andy sings "Foggy Day", "Gypsy in My Soul" and a medley of "Stars Fell on Alabama", "Jeepers Creepers" and "Night and Day".

[03] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
17Jul1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
singer Bette Anne Steele
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and the Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Songs include "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You", "Gypsy in My Soul", "All I Do Is Dream of You",
"I Get a Kick OUt of You" and "Meet Me Where They Play the Blues".
Canadian singer Bette Anne Steele's stage name was Betsy Brye a fifties singer with the hit song "Sleep Walk".

[04] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
24Jul1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
TV personality Steve Allen
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and the Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Andy sings You're the Top", "My Time of Day", "You're an Old Smoothie", "Down in the Valley",
"Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me" and his new hit "Your Hand, Your Heart, Your Love".
The Bob Hamilton Trio perform "After Hours".

[05] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
31Jul1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
no guests
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and the Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Andy sings "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", "Up a Lazy River", "Serenade in Blue" and "Jubilee".
Andy and Dick duet with "Everybody Loves a Lover".
The Hamilton Trio perform "The Blacksmith Blues".

[06] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
07Aug1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Dick does a routine about marriage and its pitfalls.
Dick and Andy talk about the good old days of songs from 1950.
Andy sings "This is My Lucky Day", "There'll Be Some Changes Made" and "Volare".

[07] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
14Aug1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
singer Anita Wood
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and the Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Anita Wood sings "You Made Me Love You".
Andy sings "Blackbird", "Do-Do-Do" and "Three O'Clock in the Morning".
Dick portrays an expectant father who has four girls in a row.
The Bob Hamilton Trio and Andy sing "S'Wonderful".

[08] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
21Aug1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
singer Anita Wood
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and The Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Andy and the Hamilton Trio perform "Fever".
Andy sings a medley of "Sweet Sue", "Say It Isn't So" and "Me and My Shadow".
Dick Van Dyke has some pertinent comments on giving up cigarettes and also does a duet with Anita Wood on
"The French Lesson".
Andy and his brother Dick plug their new recording of Kay Thompson's "Promise Me Love".
The Soap Box Derby winner will take a bow.

[09] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
28Aug1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
singer Anita Wood
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and The Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
The Hamilton Trio perform "Boardwalk".
Dick does a solo job to "Western".
Andy duets with Anita for "Would You Like To Take a Walk".

[10] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
04Sep1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and The Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Andy sings "Sometimes I'm Happy", "Breezing Along With the Breeze" and a medley of Rodgers and Hammerstein songs.
Dick Van Dyke does a take off on a detective bit called "Meet McGraw".
The Hamilton Trio folls Dick's lead with a dance to "Drugstore Cowboy".
Andy muses amiably to "Ladies Man".

[11] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
11Sep1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and The Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Andy sings a medley of old-timers like "Blue Moon" and "You're the Top".

[12] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
18Sep1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
singer-songwriter Johnny Mercer
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and The Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Andy sings a medley of Johnny Mercer songs "Hit the Road to Dreamland", "I'm Old Fashioned" and "Accentuate the Positive".
There's an entry from the Corvettes called "Holy Smoke".
A modern dance from the Hamilton Trio.

[13] The Chevy Showroom starring Andy Williams
25Sep1958 ABC Thur
produced and directed by Bill Hobin
written by Robert Paul Smith, Bill Gammie, R.L. Mott
Host: Andy Williams
Guests:
singer Anita Wood
with regulars
Dick Van Dyke
and The Bob Hamilton Trio.
Highlights:
Anita sings "Walking After Midnight".
Andy sings "I've Got You Under My Skin", "After You've Gone" and "It Had to Be You".

*Note: Last episode of the summer replacement series. Andy returns next summer on July 7, 1959.

 ###### Andy Williams: Chevy Showroom #########
############## end of Season 1958 ###############
##############################################

 Have you any comments, corrections, episode titles, air dates, production numbers, directors, writers, story/synopsis, guest stars, cast lists, etc?
Have you any old videos, or tv guides? Dust them off and let us know if you have any information on this series or any other tv series from the
Golden Age of TV, which is missing from any episode guides on the web. Perhaps a certain episode of a particular series coincided with a key
moment in your life, or in world events - and or has left a vivid memory of when it was shown. Let us know. Would you like to see any other
tv series guides on this site? If so please e-mail The Classic TV Archive - see Feedback below.
This guide may be distributed and copied freely, in its entirety, for personal use. All original author and copyright information must
remain intact. Any sales or other uses of this document are expressly forbidden, without the specific consent of the author(s).
Copyright The Classic TV Archive. All rights reserved.


Return to The Classic TV Archive Home Page
Feedback
  MusicVariety Guestbook