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Season 3 (NBC) (1964-65)
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 Mondays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
Regulars:
The Dave Grusin Orchestra, The Osmond Brothers, The Good Time Singers, The Nick Castle Dancers

3.01 [39] The Andy Williams Show
05Oct1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Jack Benny
Janet Leigh
Jonathan Winters
Sketches:
Janet Leigh (with the Nick Castle dancers) dances to "The Sailor's Nightmare", a hilarious Caribbean number
with Jack Benny playing Harry Belafonte and a new suitor appears in the form of Jonathan Winters.
Highlights:
Andy sings "Most Unusual Day", "Hello, Dolly!", "My Kind of Town", "Cockeyed Optimist", "I Believe" and "People".
Andy and the Osmond Brothers perform "Red Red Robin".
Janet & Andy duet on "Bee Bom".
Jack, Janet and Andy sing "Island in Caribbean."
All join in for "Hello, Andy!".

3.02 [40] The Andy Williams Show
11Oct1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Liberace
Phil Harris
Antonio Carlos Jobim


3.03 [41] The Andy Williams Show
19Oct1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Al Hirt
Ross Hunter

3.04 [42] The Andy Williams Show
26Oct1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Roy Rogers
Dale Evans
Jonathan Winters


3.05 [43] The Andy Williams Show
02Nov1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Fred MacMurray
Olive Osmond


3.06 [44] The Andy Williams Show
16Nov1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director , Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Shirley Booth
Johnny Mathis
Morgana King

Shirley does numbers from "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" and "By the Beautiful Sea", Broadway musicals she has appeared in.
Highlights:
Shirley sings "He Had Refinement" & "Lotte Gibson Specialty".
Johnny sings "Maria".
Morgana sings "A Taste of Honey".
Andy sings "Ridin' High" and "Canadian Sunset".
Andy and Shirley duet on "Love is the Reason", "Look Who's Dancing" and "Coney Island Boat".

3.07 [45] The Andy Williams Show
23Nov1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Jane Powell
Jonathan Winters


3.08 [46] The Andy Williams Show
30Nov1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Julie Andrews
Bill Cosby

Highlights:
Julie & Andy duet on "The Language of Love" & "Where is Love?".
Julie & Andy duet on "The Language of Love," "Where is Love?" "Fireworks," "Hallelujah, I Love Her So"
and "Can't Buy Me Love."
Andy and Julie also perform a medley of songs associated with English music halls.
Julie and the Osmonds duet on "Sing A Rainbow."
Andy Williams sings "You Are My Lucky Star," "More" and "Emily."
Julie sings numbers from "Oliver" and "Mary Poppins"
Inspired by her movie "The Americanization of Emily," Julie tries to turn Andy into a proper Englishman.
Julie & Andy's duet can be heard
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8dZNVygNR4
Julie & Andy's duet of "The Language of Love"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ok87s2Au-Wg
Julie Andrews and comedian Bill Cosby are the guests on the first in a series of reruns.
Andy shows film clips from Julie's film "The Americanization of Emily." In return, she tries to make a proper
Britisher of Andy.

3.09 [47] The Andy Williams Show
07Dec1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Bobby Darin
Robert Goulet

Also Eleu Butterworth an 8-year old singer from Hawaii.
Sketches:
Andy, Bobby and Robert depict life in a stuffy men's club, being stuck in a stalled elevator and the adventures of
three Hollywood bound bumpkins.
Highlights:
Robert sings "If Ever I Would Leave You".
Bobby sings "Hard-Hearted Hannah".
Andy, Robert and Bobby sing "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You", "Real Live Girl", "When You're Smiling",
"Style" and "Three of a Kind".
Andy and Eleu duet on "I Left My Heart in San Francisco".
Eleu sings "Bill Bailey".
Andy sings "Without a Song" and "Till".

3.10 [48] The Andy Williams Show
21Dec1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Claudine Longet
Williams Brothers
Senor Wences
The Young Americans

Highlights:
Andy and his Brothers sing "Winter Wonderland".
Andy and the Williams Brothers singing "Winter Wonderland".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hkUpW9ZCBQ&feature=related

3.11 [49] The Andy Williams Show
28Dec1964
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Guest cast:
Milton Berle
Lawrence Welk

Sketches:
Milton Berle performs some incongruos feats of magic.
Everyone joins in "Somewhere in Canada", a spoof of operettas.
Highlights:
Andy and Lawrence perform "Sweet and Low".
Andy sings "Goodbye, Charlie" & "I'll Never Stop Loving You".
Andy & The Osmonds sing "Laura Lee".

3.12 [50] The Andy Williams Show
11Jan1965 (repeat 21Jun65)
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Bobby Darin
Vic Damone
Henry Mancini
Olive Osmond

Andy welcomes composer Henry Mancini; and singers Vic Damone and Bobby Darin; George and Olive Osmond;
Nick Castle dancers; Dave Grusin orchestra.
Highlights:
Andy, Vic & Bobby - "To Be a Performer," "Three of a Kind" and a Broadway medley.
Bobby Darin sings "Once in a Lifetime".
Vic Damone - "Tonight"
Andy and Henry - Charade", "Days of Wine and Roses" and "Dear Heart"
Andy Williams - "Autumn"
Henry and Andy perform "Moon River".
Vic Damone, Bobby Darin and the Osmonds - "Leader of the Pack"
--Note: This listing mentions both Osmond parents appearing:

3.13 [51] The Andy Williams Show
25Jan1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Gene Barry
Jill St. John
Antonio Carlos Jobim

Highlights:
Carlos performs "Girl From Ipanema" and "Bossa Nova".
Jill sings "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries".
Gene Barry and Andy duet to "Why Can't a Woman" (of My Fair Lady)
Andy and Gene spoof Barry's detective show.
Andy & Carlos Bossa Nova duet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWFYbELbUVU

3.14 [52] The Andy Williams Show
15Feb1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Nanette Fabray
Jonathan Winters


3.15 [53] The Andy Williams Show
01Mar1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Tony Bennett
Count Basie
Roger Miller
Highlights:
Andy & Tony do a City medley with "Gypsy in My Soul", "Chicago", "My Kind of Town", "San Francisco",
"I Left My Heart in San Francisco" and a reprise of "Gypsy in My Soul".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoV0q_q6VCk&feature=related

3.16 [54] The Andy Williams Show
08Mar1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Shirley Jones
Terry-Thomas
Mongo Santamaria


3.17 [55] The Andy Williams Show
15Mar1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Jerry Lewis
Highlights:
Andy & Jerry duet on "Moon River".
Fun song and dance routine by Jerry & Andy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OefCYxSuGTw

3.18 [56] The Andy Williams Show
22Mar1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Pat Boone
Phil Harris


3.19 [57] The Andy Williams Show
05Apr1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Polly Bergen
Jonathan Winters


3.20 [58] The Andy Williams Show
12Apr1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Joey Bishop
Nanette Fabray


3.21 [59] The Andy Williams Show
19Apr1965 (repeat 05Jul65)
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Jerry Lewis
Antonio Carlos Jobim

Andy welcomes Jerry Lewis and Brazilian composer-guitarist Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Jerry's routines were taped at the dress rehearsal (he injured himself during the run-through and was
unable to perform at the final taping). He portrays concert artist Dimitri Bronislaw, who performs on a typewriter,
and Japanese recording star Tab Yataguchi.
Jobim joins Andy in the Informal Spot.
Highlights:
Andy Williams sings "In the Still of the Night," "And Roses and Roses," "When You're Smiling," "Danny Boy."
Jerry Lewis performs "The Typewriter."
Andy and Jerry do "You're Just in Love" and "Rose Room."
Andy, Jerry and the Good Time Singers - "The Welcome Song" and "Sometimes I'm Happy."
Andy and Antonio Carlos Jobim - "She's a Carioca," "Once I Loved," "The Girl from Ipanema" and "Agua de Beber."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKfl15c-Kh0&feature=related

3.22 [60] The Andy Williams Show
26Apr1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Al Hirt
Phyllis Diller


3.23 [61] The Andy Williams Show
17May1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Eddie Fisher
Wally Cox


3.24 [62] The Andy Williams Show
24May1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Maureen O'Hara
Bill Dana
Dorival Caymmi


3.25 [63] The Andy Williams Show
31May1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Art Carney
Peggy Lee

Highlights:
Peggy Lee sings "Fever" & "You've Got to See Mama Every Night".
Peggy & Andy do a Medley of "Language of Love", "Let Me Love You", "Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much",
"Fly Me to the Moon", "My Blue Heaven", "Alone Together", "Lover" and "I Love You".
You can view Andy & Peggy's duet of "Fly Me to the Moon"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BC_zFbnn2s&feature=related

3.26 [64] The Andy Williams Show
07Jun1965
Andy wraps up the 1964-65 season with this episode spotlighting the cast & crew. Includes performances by series
regulars The Osmond Brothers, The Good Time Singers, The Nick Castle Dancers, Dave Grusin (orchestra leader),
and Maggie Banks (assistant choreographer).

[--]The Andy Williams Show
14Jun1965 (repeat from 30Nov1964)

[--]The Andy Williams Show
21Jun1965 (repeat from 11Jan65)

[--]The Andy Williams Show
05Jul1965 (repeat from 19Apr65)

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