The Dean Martin Show Season 2

Season 2

The Dean Martin Show Season 2

First Air Date: September 15, 1966

First Aired on    :   1966
Episodes    :   30 episodes



Episodes

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2x30 Show #60 (April 13, 1967)


Final new show of the 2nd season: Scheduled guests:--Bing Crosby--Polly Bergen--Don Cherry--Dan Rowan and Dick Martin


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2x29 Episode #59 (April 06, 1967)


Songs:--Dean Martin - ""Love"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""It's the Talk of the Town"" --Phil Harris - ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --Dean Martin and Phil Harris - ""If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd Have Baked a Cake"" --Sally Ann Howes - ""Typically English"" --Dean Martin and Sally Ann Howes - ""Let's Call the Whole Thing Off"" --The Kessler Twins - ""Big Spender"" --Dean Martin and the Kessler Twins - ""A Lovely Conversation""


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2x28 Episode #58 (March 30, 1967)


Show #58 - March 30, 1967 Music: --Herman's Hermits - ""Dandy"" and ""There's A Kind Of Hush"" --Dean Martin and Herman's Hermits - ""Mairzy Doats"" --Dean Martin - ""Baby Face"" --Dean Martin and Abbe Lane - ""C'est Magnifique"" and ""C'est Si Bon"" --Abbe Lane - ""MiLord"" and ""I Love Paris"" --Eddie Fisher - ""I Will Wait for You"" and ""People Like You"" --Gene Barry (actor-singer) - ""Cherry"" Also appearing: --Corbett Monica (comedian) Show #59 - April 6, 1967 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Love"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""It's the Talk of the Twon"" --Phil Harris - ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --Dean Martin and Phil Harris - ""If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd Have Baked a Cake"" --Sally Ann Howes - ""Typically English"" --Dean Martin and Sally Ann Howes - ""Let's Call the Whole Thing Off"" --The Kessler Twins - ""Big Spender"" --Dean Martin and the Kessler Twins - ""A Lovely Conversation"" Also appearing: --Paul Winchell (ventriloquist) --Bob Melvin (comedian) Sho


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2x27 Louis Prima / McGuire Sisters / Buddy Greco / Janet Blair (March 23, 1967)


Music:--Dean Martin - ""Ol' Man River"" --Louis Prima - ""That's Life"" and ""Undecided"" --Buddy Greco - ""When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love"" and ""What Now, My Love?"" --Janet Blair - ""Thoroughly Modern Millie"" --The McGuire Sisters - ""Show Me"" --Dean Martin and the McGuire Sisters - medley: ""I'll Never Smile Again,"" ""My Kind of Town,"" ""Strangers in the Night,"" ""Witchcraft,"" ""High Hopes"" and ""All the Way""


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2x26 Episode #56 (March 16, 1967)


Music:--Dean Martin - ""You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"" --Ella Fitzgerald - ""Hallelujah, I Love Him So"" and ""You've Changed"" --Red Buttons and Dean Martin - ""Thank Heaven for Little Girls"" --Edie Adams - ""If Love Were All"" and ""Gotta Dance"" Also: --Dom DeLuise and wife Carol Arthur appear with Dean in a barroom skit.


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2x25 Episode #55 (March 09, 1967)


Guests: --Arthur Godfrey--Leonard Barr--Guy Marks--Claudia Martin.


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2x24 Episode #54 (March 02, 1967)


Show #54 Music: --Dean Martin - ""Love! Love! Love!"" --Keely Smith - ""A Lot of Livin' to Do"" and ""Gone with the Wind"" --Vincent Edwards - ""It's Not Unusual""


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2x23 Episode #53 (February 23, 1967)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Is It True What They Say About Dixie?"" --Connie Francis - ""Cute Little Mini Skirt"" and ""Chella Lia"" and ""Al di La"" --Connie Francis and Dean Martin - ""Yankee Doodle Boy,"" ""My Old Kentucky Home,"" Indiana,"" ""Way Down Yonder in New Orleans"" and ""California, Here I Come"" --Phil Harris - ""Philly Boy"" and ""That's Life"" --Don Cherry - ""There Goes Everything""


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2x22 Episode #52 (February 16, 1967)


Guests: Adam West, Patrice Munsel, Trini Lopez


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2x21 Episode #51 (February 09, 1967)


Songs include:--Dean Martin - ""Ma Blushin' Rosie"" --Jane Morgan - ""Ten Cents a Dance"" --Rose Marie - ""The Trolley Song"" --Frank Gorshin - ""My Home Town"" --The Kim Sisters - ""You're Gonna Hear from Me""


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2x20 Episode #50 (January 26, 1967)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""If You Knew Susie"" --Petula Clark - ""Downtown"" and ""For All We Know"" --Dino, Desi & Billy - ""If You're Thinkin' What I'm Thinkin'"" --Jack Jones - ""The Mood I'm In,"" ""Runnin' Wild"" and ""Lady"" Also: --Phyllis Diller (comedian) - gives Dean Martin a tour of her kitchen. --Jackie Vernon (comedian)


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2x19 Episode #49 (January 19, 1967)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Come Running Back"" --Shirley Bassey and Dean Martin - ""Pennies from Heaven"" and ""April Showers"" --Kate Smith - ""The Hostess with the Mostes',"" ""It's Today"" and ""The Impossible Dream"" --Kate Smith and Dean Martin - ""In the Cool, Cool of the Evening,"" ""Are You Having Any Fun?"" ""It's a Grand Night for Singing"" and ""Roll Out the Barrel"" --The Baja Marimba Band - ""Gay Ranchero""


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2x18 Episode #48 (January 12, 1967)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""A Marshmallow World"" --Leslie Uggams - ""Fascinating Rhythm"" and ""Slap That Bass"" --Leslie Uggams and Dean Martin - ""Clap Yo Hands,"" ""Snap Your Fingers"" and ""Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive"" --Eddie Foy Jr. - ""Gigi"" --Steve Rossi - ""My Lonely Room"" Comedy: --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi do a sketch about lion hunters. --Jackie Mason talks about tax problems.


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2x17 Episode #47 (January 05, 1967)


Music:--Dean Martin - ""Let the Good Times In"" --Florence Henderson - ""Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"" and ""Love Makes the World Go Round"" --Florence Henderson and Dean Martin - ""Ain't We Got Fun?"" and ""Put on a Happy Face"" --Jack Jones - ""Treat Me Rough"" --Jack Jones and Dean Martin - ""Detour""--Kaye Stevens - ""Red River Valley"" and ""Get Out of Town"" --Kaye Stevens and Dean Martin - ""Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone""


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2x16 Episode #46 (December 29, 1966)


Music includes: --Sergio Franchi - ""C'est Magnifique"" and ""Climb Every Mountain"" --Stanley Holloway - ""Down at the Old Bull and Bush,"" ""Champagne Charley,"" ""Wot Cher"" and ""I'm Old Fashioned"" --Stanley Holloway also performs a song with his wife Elaine.


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2x15 Episode #45 (December 22, 1966)


Show #45(Please see ""Recap"" for song titles.)


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2x14 Episode #44 (December 15, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Nobody's Baby Again"" --Vic Damone - ""She Loves Me"" --Vic Damone and Dean Martin - ""Ciao, Compare"" --Don Cherry - ""Married"" --Don Cherry and Dean Martin - ""The Glory of Love"" and ""Gotta Travel On"" --Caterina Valente - ""So Nice"" --Caterina Valente and Dean Martin - ""One Note Samba"" Also: --Sid Caesar (comedian) - appears in a comedy sketch as a cafe violinist --George Kirby


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2x13 Episode #43 (December 08, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Cold Cold Heart"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""The Things We Did Last Summer"" --Robert Goulet - ""I'll Take Romance"" --Robert Goulet and Dean Martin - ""Breezin' Along with the Breeze"" --Gisele MacKenzie - ""Mrs. Worthington"" --Deana Martin (Dean's daughter) - ""From the Bottom of Your Mind"" --Deana and Dean Martin - ""You Are My Lucky Star"" and ""Side by Side"" --Dean Martin and guests - Silent film medley


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2x12 Arthur Godfrey / Elaine Dunn / Eddy Arnold (December 01, 1966)


Show #42 Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm Gonna Change Everything"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Just Friends"" --Elaine Dunn - ""Like Young"" and ""You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You"" --Eddy Arnold - ""Cotton Fields Back Home,"" ""Tips of My Fingers"" and ""I'm Sitting on Top of the World"" --Eddy Arnold and Dean Martin - ""Singing the Blues,"" ""Blue, Blue Day"" and ""Any Time"" --Arthur Godfrey - ""Sid, Old Kid"" --Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - ""Tiny Bubbles"" --Dom DeLuise, Arthur Godfrey and Dean Martin - ""Little Tin Box""


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2x11 Episode #41 (November 24, 1966)


Guests:--Eddie Albert --Alice Faye --Phil Harris --Jan Murray


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2x10 Tony Martin / Caterina Valente / Allen & Rossi (November 17, 1966)


Guests: --Tony Martin --Caterina Valente --Russ Lewis --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (comedy team) Music: --Tony Martin and Dean Martin perform ""There Is Nothing Like A Dame"", ""I Could Write A Book"", ""I've Got You Under My Skin"", ""I Get A Kick Out of You"", ""You Make Me Feel So Young"" and ""They Can't Take That Away From Me""


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2x09 Episode #39 (November 10, 1966)


Music:--Dean Martin - ""A Million and One"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?"" --Diahann Carroll - ""Falling in Love with Love,"" ""Am I Blue?"" and ""What Did I Have?"" --Diahann Carroll and Dean Martin - ""A Hundred Years from Today"" --Dean Martin and guests - ""Applause""Also appearing: --The Step Brothers (dancers) --Sid Caesar --Phyllis Diller


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2x08 Episode #38 (November 03, 1966)


Guests: Louis Armstrong, Ray Bolger, Nanette Fabray, Lainie Kazan, Allan Drake


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2x07 John Wayne / Bill Cosby / Joey Heatherton (October 27, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""Red Sails in the Sunset"" --John Wayne and Dean Martin - ""I'm an Old Cowhand"" --Joey Heatherton - ""Frankie and Johnnie"" and ""You Made Me Love You"" --Gail Martin - ""Rose of Washington Square"" --Gail and Dean Martin - ""Bye, Bye Blackbird,"" ""Mister Meadowlark,"" ""Back in Your Own Backyard"" and ""Honey"" Also: --Bill Cosby --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin


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2x06 Episode #36 (October 20, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Bye Bye, Blackbird"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""It Had to Be You"" --Florence Henderson - ""You Got Me,"" ""I'm Not Interested in You"" and ""Where Is He?"" --Florence Henderson and Dean Martin - ""Just in Time"" and ""Making Whoopee"" --Kate Smith - ""If He Walked into My Life Today"" and ""On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"" --Kate Smith - ""I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face"" and ""I Remember It Well"" --Frank Fontaine - Dear Heart"" Also: --Bill Dana


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2x05 Episode #35 (October 13, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""I'm in the Mood for Love"" and ""If You Knew Susie"" --Dinah Shore - ""Bye, Bye Blackbird"" and ""I Had Myself a True Love"" --Dinah Shore and Dean Martin - ""Shine On Harvest Moon"" --George Burns - ""Some of These Days"" and ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --The Pair Extraordinaire - ""Love"" --Jonathan Winters and Wisa D'Orso - ""Standing on the Corner""


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2x04 Episode #34 (October 06, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Today Is Not the Day"" --Vikki Carr - ""You're Gonna Hear from Me"" and ""Before the Parade Passes By"" --Vikki Carr and Dean Martin - ""Them There Eyes"" --George Gobel and Dean Martin - ""There's a Hole in the Bucket"" --Phil Harris - ""This Is All I Ask"" --Phil Harris and Dean Martin - ""Oh, Mr. Gallagher; Oh, Mr. Shean"" --Dean Martin, Vikki Carr, George Gobel and Phil Harris - medley (please see ""Recap"" for songs) Also: --Brascia and Tybee


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2x03 Episode #33 (September 29, 1966)


Show # 33 Music: --Dean Martin - ""My Heart Cries for You"" --Duke Ellington (with band) - ""Do Nothing till You Hear from Me,"" ""Don't Get Around Much Anymore,"" ""Mood Indigo,"" ""Caravan"" and ""Satin Doll"" --The Andrews Sisters - ""What Now, My Love?"" and ""That's How Young I Feel"" --The Andrews Sisters and Dean Martin - medley of Andrew Sisters songs. (Please see ""Recap"") --Lainie Kazan - ""Porgy, I Is Your Woman"" and ""I Loves You, Porgy"" --Frank Gorshin (with dancers) - ""The Riddler"" Also appearing: --Tom Conway


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2x02 Episode #32 (September 22, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Somewhere There's a Someone"" --Dean Martin and Ken Lane - ""That Old Feeling"" --Dean Martin and Dom DeLuise - ""That's Amore"" --Dean Martin and Carol Lawrence - ""Somebody Loves Me"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Falling in Love with Love"" --Liberace - ""Mack the Knife"" --Gene Krupa (drummer with his jazz quartet) - ""Sing, Sing, Sing"" --Bob Newhart, Dean Martin, Liberace and Dom DeLuise - ""It's Better with a Union Man"" NBC repeated this show on April 20, 1967.


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2x01 Second Season Premiere (September 15, 1966)


Music: --Dean Martin - ""Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad"" --Peggy Lee - ""You've Got Possibilities"" and ""The Shining Sea"" --Peggy Lee and Dean Martin - ""Good Morning"" --Dorothy Provine - ""Lorelei"" Also appearing: --Buddy Hackett --Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (comedy team) --Guy Marks




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