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Season 5 (NBC) (1966-67)
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

############ The Andy Williams Show ##########
############### season 5 1966-67 #############
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NBC Sundays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern

5.01 [90] The Andy Williams Show [Season premiere]
11Sep1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Ella Fitzgerald
Smothers Brothers
Jonathan Winters
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans and Trigger

Highlights
Andy sings "I’m Blue Every Monday", with a dance routine.
Ella Fitzgerald sings a song, then duets with Andy Williams.
The Smothers Brothers sing "Michael Row the Boat Ashore".
Andy sings "Strangers in the Night".
Roy sings and yodels "Back on the Texas Plain".
Dale sings a medley of songs on 'Smiling'.
Roy sings "The Auctioneers Song".
Andy closes the show with "Our Love is Here to Stay".
Sketches:
Jonathan Winters does skit on new shows for the fall with Andy.
Country fair sequence with Roy Rodgers and Dale Evans (and Trigger)

5.02 [91] The Andy Williams Show
18Sep1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Vic Damone
Juliet Prowse
Dick Shawn

5.03 [92] The Andy Williams Show
25Sep1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Phil Harris
Joey Heatherton
Claudine Longet
Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass

5.04 [93] The Andy Williams Show
02Oct1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Peggy Lee
Bob Newhart
Al Hirt
Jack Jones


5.05 [94] The Andy Williams Show
09Oct1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Bobby Darin
Nancy Wilson
Anthony Newley
Herb Shriner

Highlights:
Bobby sings "I Taught Him Everything He Knows".
Andy, Bobby and Anthony do a medley of Girl/Woman songs and "Mame".

5.06 [95] The Andy Williams Show
16Oct1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Eddie Fisher
Nancy Ames
Buddy Hackett
Peter, Paul and Mary

5.07 [96] The Andy Williams Show
23Oct1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Steve Allen
Petula Clark
Eddy Arnold
Inger Stevens
Highlights:
Petula and Andy duet on "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" and "I Will Wait for You".
Andy, Petula, Eddy and Steve do a medley of Steve Allen's songs.

5.08 [97] The Andy Williams Show
30Oct1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Bing Crosby
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Kate Smith
Jonathan Winters

Highlights:
Bing and Andy duet on "A Little Spanish Town".
Bing and Andy singing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtdAkHQuBx8&feature=related

5.09 [98] The Andy Williams Show
06Nov1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Polly Bergen
Jimmy Dean
Jonathan Winters


5.10 [99] The Andy Williams Show
13Nov1966 NBC Sun
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Tony Bennett
Count Basie
Lesley Gore
Herb Shriner

plus regulars
Jack Regas Dancers
George Wyle Singers
Allyn Ferguson Orchestra
Sketches:
Hoosier humorist Herb Shriner shows home movies comically punctuated with old film clips.
Highlights:
Tony sings "A Time For Love"
Lesley sings "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows".
Count Basie performs "Everything's Coming Up Roses".
Andy sings "Open a New Window", "Summer Wind" and "Yesterday".

5.11 [100] The Andy Williams Show
20Nov1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Lena Horne
Joey Heatherton


5.12 [101] The Andy Williams Show
27Nov1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Shirley Bassey
Roddy McDowall
Mel Brooks
Carl Reiner
Al Hirt

Highlights:
Andy opens singing "Lucky Day" backed by the dancers.
Shirley & Andy perform "I Hear Music", "I've Got A Lot Of Living To Do", "I'm Sitting On Top Of The World",
"The Sweetest Sounds", "The Sound Of Music" and "One Of Those Songs".
Shirley sings "I Who Have Nothing".
Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks offer a new version of their celebrated "2,000-year-old man" comedy skit.
Andy sings "Sunny".
Andy chats with Roddy about his pictures.
Andy & Roddy duet on "That Face" as McDowall's photos of various women are seen.
In a New Orleans Mardi Gras production number, Andy, Al Hirt and the dancers swing to a medley consisting of
"Hornet's Nest", "Memories of You", and "Come to the Mardi Gras".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK3gClTKV-I&feature=related

5.13 [102] The Andy Williams Show
04Dec1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Pat Boone
Elke Sommer
Larry Storch
The Association


5.14 [103] The Andy Williams Show
11Dec1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Noel Harrison
Jack Jones
Barbara Eden
Kalil & Taylor


5.15 [104] The Andy Williams Show
18Dec1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Claudine Longet
The Williams Brothers

Highlights:
Andy & Claudine duet on "My Favorite Things".
Andy sings "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year", "We Need a Little Christmas", "Christmas Song", "Mary's Little Boy Child"
and "Silent Night".
The Williams Brothers sing "Winter Weather", "Winter Wonderland", "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and "Carol of the Bells".
The Osmond Brothers perform "Frivolous Four Plus One", "Whistle While You Work" and "Heigh Ho".
Andy & Claudine sing "My Favorite Things"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCFrXXkD2W8

5.16 [105] The Andy Williams Show
25Dec1966
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Edgar Bergen
Channing Pollock


5.17 [106] The Andy Williams Show
01Jan1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Ella Fitzgerald
Henry Mancini

Highlights:
Henry & Andy perform "In the Arms of Love".
Ella & Andy sing "Lonesome Road"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-71RgugqH4&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YE6xuXMleC4&feature=related

5.18 [107] The Andy Williams Show
08Jan1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Shirley Jones
Robert Goulet
Erroll Garner
Jonathan Winters

5.19 [108] The Andy Williams Show
15Jan1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Don Knotts
Trini López
The Lennon Sisters
Mickie Finn

5.20 [109] The Andy Williams Show
22Jan1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Eddie Fisher
George Gobel
George Chakiris
The Supremes

The Supremes sing: Love Is Here and Now Your Gone".

5.21 [110] The Andy Williams Show
05Feb1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Eydie Gormé
Steve Lawrence
Dan Rowan
Dick Martin
The Kingston Trio

Highlights:
The Kingston Trio perform The Kingston Trio singing "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and "In the Early Morning Rain."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBtT9NfWtbE

5.22 [111] The Andy Williams Show
12Feb1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Vic Damone
Nancy Ames
Herb Shriner
The Osmond Brothers

*NOTE: Andy Hosts the Golden Globe Awards on February 15, 1967.

5.23 [112] The Andy Williams Show
19Feb1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Burl Ives
Phyllis Diller
Noel Harrison
The Girls from Bahia
Marcos Valle

5.24 [113] The Andy Williams Show
26Feb1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Liberace
The Lennon Sisters
The Kingston Trio

*Note: The Kingston Trio announce their retirement.

5.25 [114] The Andy Williams Show
05Mar1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Sonny & Cher
Robert Morse
Patricia Crowley
Cliff Arquette

Highlights:
Sonny & Cher sing "The Beat Goes On" and "Podunk".

5.26 [115] The Andy Williams Show [Final Show of the Series]
12Mar1967
producer, Edward Stephenson
director, Bob Henry
writers, Harry Crane, Don Hinkley.
Musical director, Allyn Ferguson
Guest cast:
Claudine Longet
Jonathan Winters

also
The Osmond Brothers
Jack Regas dancers
George Wyle singers
Allyn Ferguson Orchestra

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