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Season 2 (NBC) (1963-64)
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

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NBC Tuesdays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern
Shared this time slot with "The Bell Telephone Hour" (season 6)
Barnaby Productions, Inc.
Sponsored by S & H Green Stamps
Producer, Bob Finkel
Director, Bob Henry
Writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Regulars
The Dave Grusin Orchestra, The Osmond Brothers, The Good Time Singers

2.01 [27] The Andy Williams Show
24Sep1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Guests:
Janet Leigh
Art Carney

also
Osmond Brothers
Good Time Singers
Music, Dave Grusin
Highlights:
Andy sings "Itís a Most Unusual Day" & "Danke Schoen".
Andy and the Goodtime Singers sing "Bury Me Beneath the Weeping Willow Tree".
The Osmonds sing "Keep Your Eye on the Girl You Love".
Janet Leigh, Art Carney and Andy sing and dance.

2.02 [28] The Andy Williams Show
15Oct1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Guests:
Lee Remick
Joey Bishop
also
Osmond Brothers
Good Time Singers

2.03 [29] The Andy Williams Show
29Oct1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Guests:
Jane Wyman
Ernest Borgnine
Carl Ballantine
also
Osmond Brothers
Good Time Singers

2.04 [30] The Andy Williams Show
12Nov1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Guests:
Peggy Lee
Buddy Ebsen
also
Osmond Brothers
Good Time Singers
Highlights:
Songs include "Mack the Knife", "Cross-Country Blues", "Kansas City", "Goin' to Chicago",
"I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City", "Boston Beans" and "St. Louis Blues".

2.05 [31] The Andy Williams Show
26Nov1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Guests:
Lawrence Welk
Phil Harris

also
Osmond Brothers
Good Time Singers
Highlights:
In a sketch Andy, Lawrence and Phil are pursued by an autograph hound on the golf links.
Andy and Phil do a medley of old favorites.

2.06 [32] The Andy Williams Show
10Dec1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
Guests:
Don Knotts
Dale Evans
Roy Rogers
Donny Osmond

also
Osmond Brothers
Good Time Singers

Highlights:
In a holiday vein, Andy opens with "Jingle Bells" and closes with "My Favorite Things."
He also does "Mountain Greenery" with the Good Time Singers.
Williams interviews Don Knotts as a brave matador.
A new Osmond Brother makes his debut on the show: 5-year-old Donnie, who sings "You Are My Sunshine".
Roy Rogers sings as Trigger dances to "Cielito Linda."
*Note: This was six-year-old "Donnie" Osmond's first TV appearance. After this show, he joined his older brothers
as a regular cast member.

2.07 [33] The Andy Williams Show:  "Andy Williams New Years Eve Special"
31Dec1963
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
cast:
Fred MacMurray
Claudine Longet

also
Osmond Brothers
the Goodtime Singers

2.08 [34] The Andy Williams Show
21Jan1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
cast:
Jane Powell
Bill Dana

also
Osmond Brothers
the Goodtime Singers

2.09 [35] The Andy Williams Show
18Feb1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
cast:
Dick Van Dyke
Irene Ryan
Marie Osmond

also
Osmond Brothers
the Goodtime Singers
Four year old Marie Osmond makes her debut on Andy's show in a song and dance to "Lida Rose".
Highlights:
Andy and the Osmonds perform "Lida Rose".
Andy and the Osmonds can be seen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duwklfM7Qg8

2.10 [36] The Andy Williams Show:  "Andy Williams St. Patrick's Day Special"
17Mar1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
cast:
Maureen O'Hara
Andy Griffith


2.11 [37] The Andy Williams Show
11Apr1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
cast:
Imogene Coca
Bob Newhart

Sketches:
Bob delivers his expectant father monolog.
Imogene pirouettes through a dream ballet
All three join in and spoof daytime TV shows.
Highlights:
Andy sings "Fair Is Fair", "I'll Never Smile Again", "Call Me Irresponsible" and "Lost in the Stars".
Andy and the Osmonds perform "Hello, Dolly!".
The Good Time Singers perform "John Peel and the Fox".
Andy Williams and the Osmonds singing "Hello, Dolly!"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1TSLyEc1Iw

2.12 [38] The Andy Williams Show
12May1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Phil Sharp, Don Hinkley, Harry Crane
cast:
Joey Bishop

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