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Season 4 (NBC) (1965-66)
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

4.01 [65] The Andy Williams Show
13Sep1965
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
Robert Goulet
Woody Allen

Highlights:
Andy, Robert and Bobby sing "An Honest Man".
Great clip of Andy, Robert and Bobby can be seen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laHGqbk6YoI

4.02 [66] The Andy Williams Show
20Sep1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Judy Garland
David McCallum
Cliff Arquette

Highlights:
Judy Garland and Andy Williams duet with "(On) A Wonderful Day Like Today."
Judy Garland sings "Get Happy" (with dancers).
Pantomime Comedy Sketch: Judy and Andy at make-up table perform a clown face skit to the music of
"The Alley Cat Song" instrumental.
Andy Williams sings ""Why Don't We Do This More Often?" excerpt.
Judy Garland and Andy Williams do a medley of Judy's songs "On The Atcheson, Topeka And The Sante Fe,"
"Somewhere Over The Rainbow," "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody," "You Made Me Love You," "The Trolley Song").
Andy also sings a few lines from "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows."
Andy and Judy reprise ""Why Don't We Do This More Often?"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mjs9W-6liUU

4.03 [67] The Andy Williams Show
27Sep1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Phil Harris
Roy Rogers
Dale Evans


4.04 [68] The Andy Williams Show
11Oct1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Bob Hope
Mary Tyler Moore
Roger Miller

4.05 [69] The Andy Williams Show
25Oct1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Gig Young
Nanette Fabray
The Righteous Brothers


4.06 [70] The Andy Williams Show
01Nov1965
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
Vic Damone

4.07 [71] The Andy Williams Show
15Nov1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Ella Fitzgerald
Sid Caesar
Andre Previn

4.08 [72] The Andy Williams Show
29Nov1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Hayley Mills
Richard Chamberlain
The Osmond Brothers


4.09 [73] The Andy Williams Show
06Dec1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Vince Edwards
Don Adams
Buddy Bohn


4.10 [74] The Andy Williams Show
13Dec1965
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Claudine Longet
The Williams Brothers

4.11 [75] The Andy Williams Show
27Dec1965
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
Woody Allen


4.12 [76] The Andy Williams Show
03Jan1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Connie Francis
Roger Williams


4.13 [77] The Andy Williams Show
10Jan1966
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
Bobby Darin
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass

Highlights:
Andy sings "The Way You Look Tonight".
Eddie Fisher & Bobby Darin duet on "On a Wonderful Day Like Today"
Andy, Eddie & Bobby perform "Do-Re-Mi".
Andy, Eddie and Bobby perform "Do Re Mi".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpuEXQtA5D4
Andy sings "The Way You Look Tonight".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWnRMwzpNvs&feature=related

4.14 [78] The Andy Williams Show
17Jan1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Johnny Mathis
Phyllis Diller
The Osmond Brothers


4.15 [79] The Andy Williams Show
14Feb1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Nancy Wilson
Bob Newhart
Peter Yarrow
Noel Paul Stookey
Mary Travers

Highlights:
Andy and Peter, Paul and Mary sing "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=en6mMQzHTR8&feature=related

4.16 [80] The Andy Williams Show
Show no. 18
21Feb1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Anthony Newley
Vic Damone
Allan Sherman

Sketches:
Sketch based upon word association. Comic sketch on the three being lost in the desert.
Allan Sherman discusses obesity and ostriches, then sings comedy song about TV commercials with Andy.
Highlights:
Anthony sings numbers he wrote for his Broadway hit "The Roar of the Greasepaint".
Anthony sings "Who Can I Turn To?", "Feelin' Good" and "Once in a Lifetime".
Vic sings "What Kind of Fool Am I?"
Andy sings "Just One of Those Things", "You're Gonna Hear From Me" and "Melinda".
Song medley with Andy, Anthony and Vic with dancers with "The Best Things in Life are Free", "Words, Words"
and "For Your Applause".
Andy and Allan do a parody of "Chim Chim Cheree".
Andy closes with "This is a Dream."

4.17 [81] The Andy Williams Show
07Mar1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Peggy Lee
Tony Bennett
Frank Gorshin

Highlights:
Tony sings "The Shadow of Your Smile" and "I Left My Heart in San Francisco".
Peggy sings "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" and "I Must Know".
Andy sings "Out of This World" and "You'll Never Walk Alone".
Peggy & Andy duet on "I've Got You Under My Skin".
Andy & Tony duet on "Everybody Has the Right to Be Wrong".

4.18 [82] The Andy Williams Show
14Mar1966
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
Shelley Berman

Chad & Jeremy (aka Jeremy Clyde and Chad Stuart).

4.19 [83] The Andy Williams Show
Show no. 22
21Mar1966
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
Dick Shawn

In a sketch, Dick Shawn boisterously barges into a Palm Springs hotel room where Andy and Pat [Boone] are trying
to get some shut-eye--and winds up dancing the íCockamamieí"--Archivistís notes.
Performers also include the Nick Castle Dancers.

4.20 [84] The Andy Williams Show
Show no. 25
04Apr1966
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
Buffy Sainte-Marie
The Smothers Brothers
Highlights:
Andy sings "A Feeling Thatís Stealing Over Me".
Joined by Pat Boone and the Smothers Brothers, with a skit on childhood.
The Smothers Brothers sing "Iíll Never Get Married".
Pat Boone sings "Greensleeves".
Pat and Andy discuss kids, and sing "Pennies from Heaven".
Andy sings "Without a Song".
Buffy Ste. Marie sings "Winterís Child", "Cripple Creek" & "Los Pecadores".
Buffy duets with Andy on "Fixing to Die".
Andy and Pat sing "Where Would I Be Without You".
The Smothers Brothers join them for some comedy, then do the Daniel Boone sketch and sing "Churches in Our Home Town".
Pat sings "Old Man River".
The Smothers Brothers sing "Today is a Lark Day".
Andy sings "Till the Moon Deserts the Sky".

4.21 [85] The Andy Williams Show
11Apr1966
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
Henry Mancini
Don Adams

4.22 [86] The Andy Williams Show
18Apr1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Martha Raye
Red Buttons
Arthur Lyman

4.23 [87] The Andy Williams Show
02May1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Tallulah Bankhead
Sid Caesar
The Beach Boys

Andy's guests are Tallulah Bankhead, Sid Caesar and The Beach Boys.
Musical Highlights:
The Beach Boys perform "Help Me Rhonda" and "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring."
Andy Williams joins the Beach Boys for "Little Honda" (with the words changed to "Little Cycle").
Andy Williams sings "The Shadow of Your Smile," "Love," and "Almost There."
Tallulah Bankhead plays a society matron in "The Hostess with the Mostest on the Ball,"
a production number set at a lavish party.
Andy, Tallulah Bankhead, and the Goodtime Singers sing "Drop That Name."
Comedy:
Sid portrays a Prussian officer, with Andy as his assistant.
In a pantomime sketch, Sid is a concert pianist making his first appearance at Carnegie Hall.

4.24 [88] The Andy Williams Show
09May1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Trini Lůpez
Buddy Greco
Jackie & Roy

4.25 [89] The Andy Williams Show
23May1966
producer, Bob Finkel
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Jack Elliot
art direction, Edward Stephenson
choreography, Nick Castle
Guest cast:
Morey Amsterdam
The Osmond Brothers

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