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(60 min) Season 3 (NBC) (1958-59)
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, New York Times, Chicago Tribune

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NBC Sundays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern (60min) (weekly) (Guest host approx every 4th week)

3.01 [60] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show [Season premiere]
05-Oct-1958 NBC Sun
directed by William Asher
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Gwen Verdon
Art Carney
Louis Jourdan
Burl Ives

Highlights:
Dinah welcomes Burl Ives, Art Carney, Louis Jourdan and Gwen Verdon. Dinah sings "Something Wonderful"
(from "The King and I") and duets with Burl Ives on "Early One Morning".
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday "Previews" section):
[Season's premiere] A nice opening. Dinah comes back in good company, with Gwen Verdon, Art Carney, BurlIves
and Louis Jourdan. Top spot probably is an interpretation of colors and song and dance by Dinah and Gwen.
--Exerpt from 8Oct1958 Chicago Tribune article:
"For her opener, Miss Shore had the ablest helpers - Art Carney, Louis Jourdan, Gwen Verdon, and Burl Ives.
They turned up an hour of enchanting music, bright comedy, imaginative dancing, and some gentle spoofery
of current hep talk and practices."

3.02 [61] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
12-Oct-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Jimmy Durante
Ella Fitzgerald
Peter Lawford
Julius LaRosa

--New York Times (TV listings):
Dinah Shore, with Jimmy Durante, Julius LaRosa, Peter Lawford and Ella Fitzgerald, guests.
--Chicago Tribune (TV listings):
Guests: Peter Lawford, Ella Fitzgerald, Jimmy Durante, and Julius La Rosa.

3.03 [62] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
19-Oct-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Ethel Merman
Danny Thomas
Rusty Hamer
Marge & Gower Champion

--New York Times:
Guests: Ethel Merman, Marge and Gower Champion, Danny Thomas, Rusty Hamer.

3.04 [63] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
26-Oct-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Maurice Chevalier
Elsa Lanchester
Julius LaRosa
Joan Davis

Highlights:
Dinah sings the Cole Porter classic, "I Loved Him"
Maurice sings, "There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder" and "You Made Me Love You"
Maurice & Dinah sing, "La Vie En Rose" and "Something's Gotta Give"
Joan Davis in a skit about a high-powered Miranda Priestly fashion editor advising, in a bit of special material,
"Don't Be A Woman If You Can."
Dinah, Joan Davis and Julius LaRosa get off to a jaunty start on Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg's "Ridin' On The Moon"
Trivia:
This is the same arrangement as heard on Dinah's 1958 RCA album "Moments Like These."

3.05 [64] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
02-Nov-1958 NBC Sun 9:00pm
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Sid Caesar
Anna Maria Alberghetti
Tom Ewell
Shirley MacLaine
Jo Stafford
John Raitt
The Kirby Stone Four

special guest:
Art Carney
--New York Times ad:
"The Chevy Show" starring Sid Caesar with Shirley MacLaine, Jo Stafford, the Kirby Stone Four, Cliff Norton,
and special guest Art Carney.
--New York Times listing:
Guest host: Sid Caesar
With guests: Art Carney, Shirley MacLaine, Jo Stafford, the Kirby Stone Four.
--New York Times ad:
"The Chevy Show" starring Sid Caesar with Shirley MacLaine, Jo Stafford, the Kirby Stone Four, Cliff Norton,
and special guest Art Carney.

3.06 [65] The Chevy Show: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO (live)
09-Nov-1958 NBC Sun
Guest:
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
Sons of the Pioneers

-New York Times listing:
National World Championship Rodeo, from San Francisco.
New York Times ad:
"The Chevy Show" presents live, the Grand National World Championship Rodeo, starring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
with The Sons of the Pioneers. Special added attraction, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and World Champion Cowboys.

3.07 [66] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
16-Nov-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Sid Caesar
Mahalia Jackson
Jose Greco
Cliff Norton
Michael Davis
--New York Times listing:
Dinah Shore, with (guests) Sid Caesar, Mahalia Jackson, Jose Greco, Cliff Norton, Michael Davis.

3.08 [67] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
23-Nov-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Gordon & Sheila MacRae
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
George Montgomery
Maurice Evans

3.09 [68] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
30-Nov-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Shirley Booth
Bob Cummings


3.10 [69] The Chevy Show: Guest host: Sid Caesar
07-Dec-1958 NBC Sun
directed by Alan Handley
written by Larry Gelbart
guests
Dolores Gray
Paul Douglas
Audrey Meadows
Cliff Norton
The Szonys
Tony Scott Quintet

--New York Times listing:
Sid Caesar, with Paul Douglas, Audrey Meadows, Dolores Gray, Cliff Norton.
--Chicago Tribune:
Sid Caesar - Variety
Guests: Dolores Gray, Paul Douglas, Audrey Meadows, Cliff Norton, and the Tony Scott Quintet.

3.11 [70] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
14-Dec-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Shirley Temple
Shirley MacLaine
Tony Randall.
Red Norvo
(jazzman)
--Chicago Tribune:
Dinah Shore - Variety guests: Shirley Temple, Shirley MacLaine, Tony Randall.
--TV Guide also listed "jazzman Red Norvo" as a guest.

3.12 [71] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (Christmas Show)
21-Dec-1958 NBC Sun
directed by William Asher
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend, Paul Henning
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Gale Storm
Burl Ives
John Raitt
The Mormon Choir of Southern California,
Frederick Davis
Missy Montgomery


3.13 [72] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
28-Dec-1958 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
Guests:
Lisa Kirk
Elaine May
Mike Nichols

--Chicago Tribune:
Dinah Shore - Variety. Guests: Lisa Kirk, Elaine May, Mike Nichols.

3.14 [73] The Chevy Show: HOEDOWN - COUNTRY AND WESTERN ROUNDUP
04-Jan-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
Sons of the Pioneers
Pat Boone
Jo Stafford
Eddy Arnold
Rex Allen
Red Foley
Homer & Jethro

--New York Times: "Hoedown": Country-style music, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Boone, Jo Stafford, Eddy Arnold
Rex Allen, Red Foley, Homer and Jethro, Sons of the Pioneers
--Chicago Tribune:
A country and western roundup with Pat Boone, Roy Rogers, Jo Stafford, Dale Evans, the Sons of the Pioneers,
Homer and Jethro, Eddy Arnold, Rex Allen, and 16 Hollywood square dancers.
--TV Guide listing: Hoedown - Variety
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Pat Boone, Jo Stafford, Red Foley, Eddy Arnold, Rex Allen, the comedy team of Homer and Jethro,
the Sons of the Pioneers and the Hollywood Square Dancers perform in a country-style hoedown. Paul Weston Orchestra.
--Note: I don't know for sure if this was a Chevy Show episode. Usually, an ad will mention the Chevy Show
but I couldn't find an ad in either paper or in TV Guide. My GUESS is that this IS a Chevy Show episode.

3.15 [74] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
11-Jan-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
Guests:
Eve Arden
Red Norvo Quintet
Dick Shawn
(comedian)
Highlights:
"Flying Down To Rio" sequence with Dinah and Eve, Dick and the Red Norvo Quintet.
Dinah even "balances" on the wings of an aeroplane as she sings "Flying Down To Rio."
Eve Arden sings "South America, Take It Away"
Dinah sings, "Going to take a Sentimental Journey"
Dinah sings, "Baia" with Eve Arden & Dick Shawn; Comedian Dick Shawn, Red Norvo Quintet
*Note: The claymation opening comes from Art Clokey, later of Gumby & Pokey and Davey & Goliath fame.
--Chicago Tribune:
Dinah Shore - Musical; Guest: Dick Shawn
--TV Guide:
Dinah's guests include, Eve Arden, Red Norvo (musician with his jazz combo),Dick Shawn (comedian)
Sujata and Asoka (Asian dance team), Also: "A feature of the show is a Latin American segment."

3.16 [75] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
18-Jan-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests:
Audrey Meadows
Eddie Bracken
Louis Jourdan

Highlights:
Dinah sings "I Could Have Danced All Night" and "It's Been a Long, Long Time".
Dinah and Audrey duet with "Give Hime the Ooh-La-La".
Tony Charmoli, the show's choreographer, performs a dance routine.

3.17 [76] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
25-Jan-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests:
Van Johnson
Marge & Gower Champion
Dorothy Kirsten
(soprano)
Cliff Arquette aka Charlie Weaver
Art Clokey (creator of Davey & Goliath and Gumby & Pokey) the beginning show sequence was done in claymation.
Dinah sings, "Today, I Love Everybody"

3.18 [77] The Chevy Show: JAPANESE VARIETY SHOW
01-Feb-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Alan Handley
written by Milt Rosen & Jack Brooks
Music, Paul Weston
Guest host: Shirley MacLaine
guests:
Louis Jourdan
James Shigeta
(as Jimmy Shigeta)
Wakana
Rice Paddies
Nagata Kings
Haru Tominaga
Izumi Yukimura

Higlights:
Louis Jourdan visits Shirley MacLaine, as she acts as hostess for a Japanese variety show.
Thirteen Japanese entertainers perform: songstress Izumi Yukimura; James Shigeta, singing TV star;
classical dancer Wakana Hanayagi; female jazz musician Haru Tominaga, who plays the koto, an ancient instrument;
the Rice Paddies, comedy team of three girls and two boys;
and the Baseball Kings, a quartet of pantomime artists who lampoon baseball.
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Shirley Maclaine takes over for tonight, and Louis Jourdan and Japanese theatre stars join her. Izumi Yukimura sings.
Wakana Hanayagi performs classical Japanese dances, and Haru Tominaga plays "The Saints Go Marching In" on an ancient
Japanese instrument called the koto.

3.19 [78] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
08-Feb-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
Guests:
Mel Tormé
Jane Powell
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jane Powell, Mel Torme
join in for the opening "mad ball" number, and get ready for a real songfest. Between songs, Fairbanks changes
the tune and reads "The Legacy."

3.20 [79] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
15-Feb-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
Guests:
Vera-Ellen
George Gobel
André Previn

Craig Stevens
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
One of Dinah's better shows. Vera Ellen dances to the Peter Gunn theme; Pianist Andre Previn and Dinah hook
up for a medley of jazz songs, and actor Craig Stevens sings with George Gobel and Dinah. Attractive performers.

3.21 [80] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
22-Feb-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Dean Whitmore
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Gordon MacRae
Gisele MacKenzie
Jacques D'Amboise
Violette Verdy
Cal Tjader

--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
A songfest plus a revolutionary ballet by Jacques D'Amboise and Violette Verdy. Gisele MacKenzie and Gordon MacRae

3.22 [81] The Chevy Show: Guest host: Art Carney
01-Mar-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Shirley Temple
Janis Paige
Alfred Drake

--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
After Art Carney, Shirley Temple, Alfred Drake, and Janis Paige sing "Just Like That," each solos to "How High the Moon"
in his or her own fashion. There's a take-off on westerns by Carney and Drake, and a comic-strip sequence by the whole cast.

3.23 [82] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
08-Mar-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
Guests:
Tony Randall
Ella Fitzgerald
Betty Grable

--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Wonderful Ella Fitzgerald returns to repeat her last success on the show. Ella joins Dinah for a blues medley.
Tony Randall sings with Alexandra Danilova, and teams up with Dinah and Betty Grable in a 1920 sequence.
An entertaining session.

3.24 [83] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
15-Mar-1959 NBC Sun
Directed by Dean Whitmore & Bob Finkel
Written by Johnny Bradford, Leo Townsend & Ray Brenner
Musical numbers staged by Tony Charmoli
Musical Director Harry Zimmerman
Additional music & lyrics by W. Earl Brown & Robert Wells
Art director William Morris
Associate Director Gordon Wiles
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Ray Bolger
Gary Crosby (Replaced Peggy Lee who was ill)
Andre Previn, pianist-composer nominated for "Gigi"
Highlights:
Dinah sings, "Come Gather Round", "Paris, Paris", "Bells Will Be Ringing"
Gary sings, "Mr. Saturday Dance, I Don't Get Around Much Anymore" and "Jamboree Jones"
Andre plays and Dinah sings, "You Are" & "Twilight Time" (also known as Under Paris Skies, by Andy Williams)
Ray imitates Maurice Chevalier singing "Louise" to a group of small children.
Andre, Dinah and Gary sing, "Doodlie, Doodlie, Doo"
Ray does a dance routine and closes in a beautiful waltz with Dinah. C'est sa fini!
You can view this episode at
http://www.cinemanow.com/Free/1137,0,5,,1,7,3559/Dinah-Shore-Chevy-Show-wRay-Bolger-Andre-Previn-and-Gary-Crosby.htm

3.25 [84] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
22-Mar-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Ginger Rogers
Mahalia Jackson
Cesar Romero

Charlie Weaver aka Cliff Arquette
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Tonight's lineup includes Ginger Rogers, Charlie Weaver, and Mahalia Jackson. Dinah sings a special
called "Charlie, My Boy," for her new guest, Charlie Weaver.

3.26 [85] The Chevy Show: Guest hosts: Edie Adams, Janet Blair & John Raitt
29-Mar-1959 NBC Sun
guests
Rhonda Fleming
Fred MacMurray
Dorothy Kirsten
(soprano)
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
--New York Times:
Variety Show: Janet Blair, Edie Adams, John Raitt, Dorothy Kirsten, Rowan and Martin, Fred MacMurray,Rhonda Fleming.
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Summer guests Edie Adams, Janet Blair, and John Raitt take over tonight, along with Fred MacMurray, Rhonda Fleming,
Dorothy Kirsten, and comic Dick Martin.

3.27 [86] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
05-Apr-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests:
Louis Prima
Keely Smith
José Greco
Sam Butera and the Witnesses
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Good guests and a good show. Dinah opens her 500th telecast with an electronic piece of business singing "April Showers."
Louis Prima and Keely Smith have a long sequence. Jose Greco stamps his feet to Ravel's "Bolero," and Dinah winds up
with lots of singing.

3.28 [87] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show: SALUTE TO HAWAII
12-Apr-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
Guests:
Gary Crosby
Tony Randall
Red Norvo

In a salute to Hawaii.

3.29 [88] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
19-Apr-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Dean Whitmore & Bob Finkel
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend, Paul Henning
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Lana Turner
Carl Reiner
Red Norvo
Kay Starr

*Dinah smolders on this live version of Cole Porter's "It's Alright With Me" in an arrangement very similar to the
one she recorded on her Capitol album "Dinah Sings Some Blues With Red (Norvo)."
Possibly not this episode. airdate on this performance is unknown. [TA]

3.30 [89] The Chevy Show: Guest hosts: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
26-Apr-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Alan Handley
written by Milt Rosen
guests
The Everly Brothers
Johnny Cash

The Kingston Trio (Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds, Dave Guard with David Buck Wheat, Accompanist)
Minnie Pearl
Betty Johnson
George Gobel
Roy Acuff
Ernie Tubb


3.31 [90] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show:
03-May-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Dean Whitmore & Bob Finkel
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend, Paul Henning
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Janis Paige
Gene Barry
Peter Lawford
Guests Gene Barry and Peter Lawford get involved in old time vaudeville routines, and the gals, Janis Paige and Dinah,
do a song and dance routine. Peter Peter joins Dinah for a dance, Janis sings, and Dinah solos.

3.32 [91] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
10-May-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Dean Whitmore & Bob Finkel
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend, Paul Henning
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Bob Cummings
Steve Lawrence
Marge & Gower Champion
Highlights:
In this Mother's day tribute, Marge and Gower Champion dance to nursery rhymes, Dinah and Bob Cummings play grandparents,
Steve Lawrence and Dinah dust off war time songs, and Dinah sings her Mother's Day special, "I Was Too Busy."

3.33 [92] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
17-May-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Dean Whitmore & Bob Finkel
written by Johnny Bradford, Ray Brenner, Leo Townsend
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Peggy Lee
Van Johnson

Cliff Arquette aka Charlie Weaver
Highlights:
Van Johnson sings, "I Love the Girl I'm Near"
Dinah sings, "I Thought About You"
Van & Dinah sing, "Sunshine Cake"
Peggy sings, "I'm Just Second Best" and "I Just Love Him So", "The Way You Did Before"
Dinah sings, "I Got Rhythm", Peggy joins in with "Fever", "I Got Plenty of Nothing" and blend both together. Great duet!
Dinah, "When I Give My Love It Will Be Completely". And the moment I can feel that way to, is when I fall in love with you.
All join in for "Lotus Flower"
Sujanta and Asoka perform a slithering wedding dance.
http://www.cinemanow.com/Free/1137,0,5,,1,7,3558/Dinah-Shore-Chevy-Show-wCharlie-Weaver-and-Van-Johnson.htm

3.34 [93] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
24-May-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Harry James and his orchestra
Johnny Mercer

Joseph Schildkraut (currently performing in "Diary of Anne Frank")
Cliff Arquette aka Charlie Weaver returns.
Highlights:
Dinah jumps the season and goes dramatic in a Christmas shopping scene from the play, "Affairs of Anatol,"
with Joseph Schildkraut.
Harry James and Johnny Mercer team up for a medley and Cliff Arquette brings his mother to the show instead of
reading a note from her.

3.35 [94] The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (Last show of the season)
31-May-1959 NBC Sun
hosted by Dinah Shore
guests
Tony Bennett
Janet Blair
Mike Nichols
Elaine May
The Clark Sisters

Highlights:
Dinah turns her show over to Janet Blair for the summer, but not before she shows off the members of her camera crew,
and sings some tunes from previous programs. Guest Tony Bennett sings a medley of his hits, Janet sings a duet with Dinah,
and Elaine May and Mike Nichols do their sketch about the famous star who visits a disk jockey.

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Summer Replacement for "The Dinah Shore Chevy Show"
Starring: Janet Blair and John Raitt

3.36 [95] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #1
07-Jun-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Joe Bushkin
The Kim Sisters
Kukla and Ollie.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety with John Raitt and Janet Blair.
Guests: Dorothy Kirsten, Joe Bushkin, the Kim Sisters, and Kukla and Ollie.
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Summer series with Janet Blair, John Raitt, Dorothy Kirsten, and guests Joe Bushkin, Kukla and Ollie; and the Kim
Sisters. Lots of singing, and the entire cast tunes in for a medley on musical instruments that includes "Piccolo Pete."

3.37 [96] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #2
14-Jun-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Eddie Foy Jr.
Joe Bushkin (piano)
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Carnival theme dominates the show, with a minimum of talk and swift and colorful numbers by Janet Blair,
John Raitt, pianist Joe Bushkin, and Eddie Foy Jr.

3.38 [97] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #3
21-Jun-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dorothy Kirsten
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Revue with Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests: Dorothy Kirsten and Rowan and Martin.
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
Musical Revue. Dorothy Kirsten has a big night singing such old tunes as "Tumbling Tumbleweed," "It's a Big
Wide Wonderful World" (in a duet with John Raitt), and "Cool, Cool of the Evening" (with Janet Blair).
Comics Rowan and Martin do a bit on muscle beach, Raitt sings about a "Sunday Barbeque," and Janet turns to "Back in
Your Own Backyard."

3.39 [98] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #4
28-Jun-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Pat Carroll
Howard Morris.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Revue, with Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests: Pat Carroll and Howard Morris.
--Chicago Tribune ("Previews of Today's TV"):
An office theme keeps Janet Blair, John Raitt, Pat Carroll and Howard Morris hopping. Carroll and Morris
do a lunch counter vignette and a janitor's bit.

3.40 [99] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #5
05-Jul-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Alan Young.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings): Guests: Dorothy Kirsten and Alan Young.

3.41 [100] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #6
12-Jul-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Gene Sheldon
Joel Grey
Conley Graves.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings): Guests: Gene Sheldon, Joel Grey and Conley Graves.

3.42 [101] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #7
19-Jul-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Larry Storch
Barbara Heller.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Revue, with Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests: Dorothy Kirsten, Larry Storch, and Barbara Heller.

3.43 [102] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #8
26-Jul-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Wally Cox
Joyce Jameson.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with John Raitt and Janet Blair. Guests: Wally Cox and Joyce Jameson.

3.44 [103] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #9
02-Aug-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dorothy Collins,
Gene Sheldon,
The CollinsKids.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Guests: Dorothy Collins, Gene Sheldon, and the CollinsKids.

3.45 [104] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #10
09-Aug-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin,
Matt Dennis.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests: Rowan and Martin, and Matt Dennis.

3.46 [105] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #11
16-Aug-1959 NBC Sun
Guests:
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Alice Ghostly
Bobby Sargent.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Guests: Dorothy Kirsten, Alice Ghostly, and Bobby Sargent.

3.47 [106] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #12
23-Aug-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Bob Henry
written by Ed Simmons, Milt Rosen, Jack Brooks
hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt
guests
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Jimmy Dean
Don Adams
Synopsis:
Co-hosts Janet Blair and John Raitt welcome singers Dorothy Kirsten and Jimmy Dean, and comedian Don Adams to an evening
of music, much of it with a Southern accent.
Highlights:
Swanee--Blair; I’ve got plenty of nothing--Raitt; Waiting for the Robert E. Lee--Blair, Raitt, Kirsten;
Make a miracle--Raitt; Un bel di--Kirsten; Look at the good side--Dean; Happy child--Blair, Dean; I love Louisa--Blair;
What this world needs--all".
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with John Raitt and Janet Blair. Guests: Dorothy Kirsten, Jimmy Dean and Don Adams.

3.48 [107] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #13
30-Aug-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Bob Henry
written by Ed Simmons, Milt Rosen, Jack Brooks
hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt
guests
Pat Carroll
Howard Morris
Paul Smith (piano)
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with John Raitt and Janet Blair. Guests: Pat Carroll, Howard Morris, and Paul Smith.

3.49 [108] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #14
06-Sep-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Bob Henry
written by Ed Simmons, Milt Rosen, Jack Brooks
Choreography, Jack Regas; music director, Harry Zimmerman.
hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt
guests
Eddie Foy Jr.
Shari Lewis
Rose Marie
Highlights
Janet Blair and John Raitt welcome entertainer Rose-Marie, song-and-dance man Eddie Foy Jr. and ventriloquist Shari Lewis.
Harry Zimmerman orchestra"--TV guide.
Highlights:
Janet Blair sings Something big; John Raitt sings Tomorrow mountain; Raitt and Blair sing Indian love call;
Eddie Foy and Janet Blair perform Pair of entertaining gentlemen.
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests: Eddie Foy, Shari Lewis, and Rosemarie (Rose Marie)

3.50 [109] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #15
13-Sep-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Bob Henry
written by Ed Simmons, Milt Rosen, Jack Brooks.
hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt
guests
Howard Morris
Pat Carroll
Sam Butera and the Witnesses
Paul Smith (piano)
--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with Janet Blair and John Raitt. Guests: Pat Carroll, Howard Morris and Sam Butera and the Witnesses.

3.51 [110] The Blair and Raitt Chevy Show: #16 [Last show of the summer series]
20-Sep-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Bob Henry
written by Ed Simmons, Milt Rosen, Jack Brooks
choreography Jack Regas
hosted by Janet Blair & John Raitt
guests
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Shecky Greene
Paul & Annette Smith (piano)
Don Adams
Loulie Jean Norman
Synopsis:
John Raitt and Janet Blair welcome opera singer Dorothy Kirsten, comedian Shecky Green
and the piano team of Paul and Annette Smith.
In a sequence showing how a show is created, producer, Bob Henry, associate producer Greg Peters, choreographer Jack Regas,
script secretary Joan Maas, and writers Ed Simmons, Jack Brooks and Martin Ragaway portray themselves.
Highlights:
Everything’s coming up roses--Blair, Raitt; Summertime--Kirsten;
aria from Figaro--Raitt; Bess, you is my woman now--Kirsten, Raitt"--TV guide.
Kirsten also sings an aria from Madame Butterfly.

3.52 [111] The Chevy Show: Guest hosts: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
27-Sep-1959 NBC Sun
directed by Alan Handley
written by Milt Rosen & Jack Brooks
Guests:
Edie Adams
Connie Francis
Audie Murphy
Eddy Arnold
John Terrin
Rafael Mendez
Sons of the Pioneers
Dodie & Debbie Rogers
Rudell Brothers

--Chicago Tribune (Sunday listings):
Musical Variety, with Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Edie Adams, Connie Francis, Eddie Arnold, Rafael Mendez, Pat Brady,
and Audie Murphy.

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