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The Steve Lawrence Show (1965)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


GLG Productions
in association with George Schlatter Productions

for
CBS
Producer George Schlatter
Director Stan Harris
Writers: Tony Webster, Sydney Zelinka, Saul Turteltaub, Gary Belkin and Mel Diamond.

US Music Variety series Fall 1965 13 episodes x 60 min

Host Steve Lawrence


with regulars
Charles Nelson Reilly
Betty Walker
The Dick Williams Singers
The Ernie Flatt Dancers
The Pussycat Dancers
and The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

Announcer Johnny Olsen

The Steve Lawrence Show
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CBS Mondays 10pm 1 hr program
Black & White episodes until Nov 1, 1965 when it goes to color.

[01] The Steve Lawrence Show (bw)
13Sep1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
with regulars Charles Nelson Reilly and Betty Walker.
Guest
Lucille Ball (on a pink elephant)
From Shubert Alley.
Highlights:
Lucille Ball enters on an elephant and joins Steve in a rousing "Wherever We Go"
and "Hey, Look Me Over".
Charles Nelson Reilly and Betty Walker do some comedy skits.
Steve solos with "Once in A Lifetime", "Millions of Roses",
"You'll Never Know" and "What Now, My Love?"



[02] The Steve Lawrence Show (bw)
20Sep1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Connie Stevens
Frankie Avalon
Ursula Andress

Highlights:
Frankie and Connie join Steve or a number of trios and solos from the opening rides
in Palisades Amusement Park to the studio set.
Songs range from "On a Wonderful Day Like Today" and a medley of
old standards, to a finale about the rash of chase stories on movies and TV.
Featured in the show will be a film made on Jackie Gleason's Chartered Train to Florida.
The Great One's entourage includes Frank 'Crazy Guggenham' Fontaine, the June Taylor dancers and a Dixieland band.
Jackie and Steve are seen playing golf together.

[03] The Steve Lawrence Show (bw)
27Sep1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Diahann Carroll
Joey Heatherton
Nancy Walker

Jordan Christopher and his group The Wild Ones
and his wife Sybil Burton Christopher.
Highlights:
Steve and Diahann sing "Love is a Simple Thing".
Nancy joins Steve in a skit about TV commercials.
*Note: This show takes place in "Arthur", a New York City Discotheque,
owned by Jordan Christopher and Sybil Burton Christopher.

[--] The Steve Lawrence Show
04Oct1965 CBS Mon
rescheduled to Oct 18, 1965.


[04] The Steve Lawrence Show (bw)
11Oct1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Bobby Darin
Soupy Sales
Judi Rolin
The Dick Williams Kids
and The Pussycat Dancers.
Highlights:
Steve and Bobby do impressions of other personalities like Jackie Gleason,
W.C. Fields, Jimmy Durante and Frank Fontaine.

[05] The Steve Lawrence Show "Nashville to Broadway"  (bw)
18Oct1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Country singers Eddy Arnold
and Johnny Cash
comedienne Minnie Pearl
Grandpa Jones
Boots Randolph and his jumping saxophone
fiddlers Shorty Lavender Tommy Vaden and Benny Martin
The Statler Brothers
The Stony Mountain Cloggers
The Jordanaires

Governor Frank A. Clement of Tennessee.
Highlights:
Eddy Arnold sings "Make the World Go Away".
Steve and Eddy do a sock medley that sounds country even if it isn't.
*Note: Program was pre-empted on Oct 4, 1965 and rescheduled to Oct 18, 1965.

[06] The Steve Lawrence Show (bw)
25Oct1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
singer Eydie Gorme
Mexican quintet, Los Vegas
and The Pussycat Dancers.
Highlights:
Songs include, "This Could Be the Start of Something",
"Love Walked In", "Shall We Dance", "That's Love", "Sunrise, Sunset",
"Bye Bye Blackbird" and a Richard Rodgers-Cole Porter medley.
Los Vegas perform "Granada".

[07] The Steve Lawrence Show (color)
01Nov1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Connie Francis
Louis Prima
Gia Maione
Sam Butera and The Witnesses
.
Highights:
Connie Francis sings "Al Di La" and "Do You Love Me Like You Kissed Me?"
Steve and Connie duet with "Ciao, Ciao, Bambino"
Steve solos to "It Had Better Be Tonight", "My Love Forgive Me" and "More".
Louis Prima and company break it up with "Lover" and "Oh, Marie".
Louis and Steve do "Smack Dab in the Middle", "The Bigger The Figure",
and "Well All Right".
Gia Maione solos to "I Don't Know Why".
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[08] The Steve Lawrence Show (color)
08Nov1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Anthony Newley
Roger Miller
singer Judi Rolin
and French actress Claudine Auger making her American TV debut.
Highlights:
Anthony Newley solos to "It's All Right With Me" and "Yes, We Have No Bananas".
Steve and Anthony do a medley of Newley's songs like "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off"
and "Gonna Build a Mountain".
Country singer Roger Miller performs "Kansas City Star" and "Greensleeves".
Roger and Steve duet to a few ditties like "Flies in the Butterfield" anf "Rose Through My Toes".
Judi Rolin sings "The Sound of Music".

[09] The Steve Lawrence Show (color)
15Nov1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Trini Lopez
Caterina Valenti
and singer Judi Rolin.
Highlights:
Steve sings "Try to Remember" and "Almost Like Being in Love".
Caterina does "It's A Most Unusual Day".
Trini delivers "Walk Right In" and "If You Want to Be Happy".
All three stars combine into various assortments on such numbers
as "Sinner Man", "Quiet Nights", "If I Had a Hammer" and "The Telephone Song".



[10] The Steve Lawrence Show (color)
22Nov1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Opera stars Robert Merrill
and Jan Peerce
Tom Jones
and singer Judi Rolin.
Highlights:
Jan Peerce and Robert Merrill sing a rousing aria and join
Steve for a tune from "Fiddler on the Roof" called "L'Chaim";
Also on musical comedy tunes as "Hello, Dolly!" and "I've Got Rhythm"
and give Steve a turn with an old opera favorite "The Toreador Song" from "Carmen".
Tom Jones sings Welsh folk song with Steve.
Judi Rolin sings "Where Is Love?"

[11] The Steve Lawrence Show (color)
29Nov1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Liberace
Phyllis Diller

Highlights:
Steve, Liberace and Phyllis do "Getting There Is Half the Fun"
and "The Voice, The Fingers and the Shape".
Liberace plays a Parisienne medley.
Steve sings "I'm an Old Cowhand", "Remember", "Time After Time"
and "If Ever I Would Leave You".
Liberace and Steve do "Tea For Two".

[12] The Steve Lawrence Show (color)
06Dec1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guests
Buddy Hackett
Jack Jones
and Nancy Ames.
Highlights:
Steve opens with "I'm Glad There Is You" and "Taking a Chance on Love".
the introduces his guests in the specially written "Here's To Us".
Jack Jones sings "Luck Be a Lady", from Guys and Dolls and
"You Made Me Love You".
Steve, Jack and the Pussycats do "You Can't Love 'Em All".
Buddy Hackett does "The Chinese Waiter" routine and duets
with Steve on "Chim Chim Cheree" from the film "Mary Poppins".
Nancy Ames sings one of the big numbers from the Broadway musical
"The Roar of the Greasepaint - the Smell of the Crowd" titled "The Joker is Me",
followed by a rousing spiritual "Be Ready".
Steve and Nancy duet on "Wouldn't It Be Lovely?" from "My Fair Lady".

[13] The Steve Lawrence Show (color) [Final show of the series]
13Dec1965 CBS Mon
Host Steve Lawrence
Guest
Eydie Gorme
Highlights:
Steve sings "There Will Never Be Another You", "Embraceable You",
"So In Love" and "Danny Boy".
Eydie sings "A Taste of Honey", "When the World Was Young" and "Johnny One Note".
Steve and Eydie sing "Everybody Has the Right to Be Wrong",
"Don't Go to Strangers" and "What Now My Love?"

*Note: Replaced with "Art Linkletter's Hollywood Talent Scouts".

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