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Memories With Lawrence Welk

Episodes

Season 2 Episode Guide

30 Episodes 1983 - 1984

Episode 1

Rhythm Is Our Business

Thu, Sep 8, 1983 60 mins

A 1980 show features guest Barbara Mandrell ("I Can't Stop Lovin' You"); Myron Floren ("Village Inn Polka"); Guy and Ralna ("The Orange Blossom Special"); and Anacani ("Sweet and Gentle Cha Cha").

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Episode 2

We Can Make Music

Thu, Sep 15, 1983 60 mins

A show from 1973 includes "Spanish Eyes" (Anacani); "We've Only Just Begun" (Tanya); and "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree" (Clay Hart).

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Episode 3

Spotlight on Norma Zimmer

Thu, Sep 22, 1983 60 mins

A 1965 show spotlighting Norma Zimmer, who sings "Whistle While You Work" and "Getting to Know You." Other songs include "Tammy" (the Lennon Sisters); and "Song of the Islands" (Jo Ann Castle).

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Episode 4

Tahoe Highlights

Thu, Sep 29, 1983 60 mins

A 1972 episode featuring highlights from a Lake Tahoe, Nev., show. Included: "Autumn Leaves" (Bob Ralston, Charlotte Deveny); "Once in Love with Amy" (Jack Imel, Mary Lou Metzger); "Green Eyes" (Guy and Ralna).

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Episode 5

Songs of Perry Como

Thu, Oct 6, 1983 60 mins

A 1978 salute to Perry Como includes "It's Impossible" (Kathie Sullivan); "Ave Maria" (Norma Zimmer, men's chorus); "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" (Ava Barber); "Papa Loves Mambo" (Bobby and Cissy).

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Episode 6

Down on the Farm

Thu, Oct 13, 1983 60 mins

A 1971 show with a "Down on the Farm" theme. Tunes include "In the Garden" (Guy and Ralna); "Country Boy" (Guy); "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" (Sandi Jensen, Salli Flynn); "Grazin' in Greener Pastures" (Clay Hart).

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Episode 7

Together!

Thu, Oct 20, 1983 60 mins

A 1967 show features guest Harry Middlebrooks ("Georgia on My Mind"); Lynn Anderson ("Make the World Go Away"); the Lennon Sisters ("There's a Kind of Hush (All over the World)"; and Jo Ann Castle ("The Sheik").

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Episode 8

Movie Songwriters

Thu, Oct 27, 1983 60 mins

Henry Mancini appears in a 1981 salute to movie songwriters. Songs include "Moon River," "Charade" and the theme from "The Pink Panther." Also: "I Will Wait for You" (Tom Netherton) and "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo" (Ken Delo).

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Episode 9

Famous Theme Songs

Thu, Nov 3, 1983 60 mins

A 1977 salute to famous theme songs includes the "William Tell Overture" (Myron Floren); "Dinah" (Ken Delo); "Daddy" (Tanya); "Near You" (Guy and Ralna); and "Baretta's Theme" (Bobby and Cissy).

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Episode 10

Los Angeles!

Thu, Nov 10, 1983 60 mins

A 1972 salute to Los Angeles features Myron Floren, Ken Delo, Mary Lou Metzger and Clay Hart portraying film stars. Music includes "Leaving on a Jet Plane," "High Society" and "A Whale of a Tail."

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Episode 11

Big Band Memories

Thu, Nov 17, 1983 60 mins

A 1980 salute to the big-band era features "Perfidia" (Anacani); "Mood Indigo" (Skeets Herfurt); "Green Eyes" (Guy and Ralna); and "I'll Never Smile Again" (the Aldridges and Otwells).

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Episode 12

In the Wintertime

Thu, Nov 24, 1983 60 mins

A 1967celebration of winter features Lynn Anderson, the Lennon Sisters, Myron Floren, Jo Ann Castle and Jack Imel. Songs include "Button Up Your Overcoat," "Skater's Boogie," "Promises, Promises" and "Let It Snow."

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Episode 13

A Tribute to Bing

Thu, Dec 1, 1983 60 mins

From 1978: A tribute to Bing Crosby includes "Moonlight Becomes You" (Tom Netherton); "True Love" (Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts); and "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra (That's an Irish Lullaby)" (Joe Feeney).

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Episode 14

Gershwin!

Thu, Dec 8, 1983 60 mins

A 1973 salute to George Gershwin. Music includes "I've Got a Crush on You" (Tanya); "Summertime" (Norma Zimmer); "Rhapsody in Blue" (Bob Ralston); and "I Got Rhythm" (Arthur Duncan).

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Episode 15

The Days of Old Vaudeville

Tue, Dec 13, 1983 60 mins

A 1966 salute to vaudeville features "Sugar Time" (Lennon Sisters); "Bird in a Gilded Cage" (Natalie Nevins); "Village Inn Polka" (Myron Floren); "Second Hand Rose" (Peggy Lennon).

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Episode 16

Christmas!

Tue, Dec 20, 1983 60 mins

A 1979 Christmas episode features "Jingle Bells" (Lawrence); "Ave Maria" (Norma Zimmer); "Away in a Manger" (Guy and Ralna); and "Joy to the World" (Kenny Trimble and family).

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Episode 17

Musical Family of Nations

Thu, Dec 29, 1983 60 mins

Welk sings "Du du liegst mir im Hertzen" in a 1975 salute to the cast's international composition. Other highlights include "Galway Bay" (Joe Feeney); "Alouette" (Ken Delo); and "Johnny Oslo Schottische" (Myron Floren).

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Episode 18

The World Around Us

Tue, Jan 3, 1984 60 mins

A 1973 salute to nature includes performances by Norma Zimmer ("Trees"); Guy and Ralna ("Tennessee Bird Walk"); Henry Cuesta ("I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover"); and Arthur Duncan ("On a Wonderful Day like Today").

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Episode 19

Backstage with Our Musical Family

Tue, Jan 10, 1984 60 mins

From 1981: "Backstage with Our Musical Family," featuring Ken Delo ("What Kind of Fool Am I?"); Anacani ("The Lady in Red"); Bobby and Elaine ("Dancin' "); Mary Lou Metzger and Jack Imel ("Top Hat, White Tie and Tails").

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Episode 20

Great Songs and Great Talent

Tue, Jan 17, 1984 60 mins

A 1967 show features guest Jo Ann Greer ("Wonderful Guy," "True Love"); Lynn Anderson ("Buttons and Bows"); the Lennon Sisters ("How Are Things in Glocca Morra?") and Bobby and Cissy.

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Episode 21

Musical History of America

Tue, Jan 24, 1984 60 mins

A "Musical History of America" features Myron Floren ("Skip to My Lou"); Guy and Ralna ("Home Sweet Home"); Henry Cuesta ("St. Louis Blues"); and a Stephen Foster medley.

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Episode 22

Cole Porter!

Tue, Jan 31, 1984 60 mins

A 1973 tribute to Cole Porter includes "Begin the Beguine" (Henry Cuesta); "Don't Fence Me In" (Clay Hart); "True Love" (Guy and Ralna); "In the Still of the Night" (Norma Zimmer); and "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" (Anacani, Tanya).

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Episode 23

Famous Musical Families

Sun, Feb 19, 1984 60 mins

A 1974 show saluting "Famous Musical Families." Featured: "Something Stupid" (Dick Dale, Gail Farrell); "Bye Bye Love" (Clay Hart); "If I Were a Carpenter" (Guy and Ralna); "Sugartime" (Ava Barber).

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Episode 24

Famous Vacation Resorts

Thu, Feb 16, 1984 60 mins

A 1973 salute to famous resorts features "Old Cape Cod" (Tanya); "Springtime in the Rockies" (Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts); "Wish You Were Here" (Ken Delo); and "On Top of Old Smokey" (Clay Hart).

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Episode 25

Way Down Yonder in New Orleans

Thu, Feb 23, 1984 60 mins

A 1966 salute to the Mardi Gras features "I Dreamed" (the Lennon Sisters); "I Could Have Danced All Night" (Norma Zimmer); "Down Yonder" (Jo Ann Castle); and "High Society" (Bobby and Barbara).

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Episode 28

From Polkas to Classics

Thu, Mar 15, 1984 60 mins

A show from 1967 features Lynn Anderson, the Lennon Sisters, Natalie Nevins, Jack Imel, Arthur Duncan, Bob Lido, and Bobby and Cissy. Songs include "You Mean the World to Me," "Serenade of the Bells," "Pennsylvania Polka" and "Baby Face."

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Episode 29

New York, New York!

Thu, Mar 22, 1984 60 mins

A 1977 salute to New York City. Included: "Spanish Harlem" (Anacani); "Broadway Melody" (Bobby and Cissy); "Give My Regards to Broadway" (Myron Floren, Joe Feeney); and "Manhattan" (Tom Netherton).

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Episode 30

Tribute to Jerome Kern

Thu, Mar 29, 1984 60 mins

A Jerome Kern tribute from 1975. Highlights: "A Fine Romance" (Tanya); "Bill" (Ralna English Hovis); "They Didn't Believe Me" (Tom Netherton); "Make Believe" (Guy and Ralna); and "The Last Time I Saw Paris" (Ken Delo, Myron Floren).

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Episode 31

It's Spring

Wed, Apr 4, 1984 60 mins

A 1967 salute to spring features guest Sonny James ("Need You"); Natalie Nevins ("Paris in the Spring"); Joe Feeney ("Oh, What a Beautiful Morning"); the Lennon Sisters ("Spring, Spring, Spring"); and Arthur Duncan ("Chimes of Spring").

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Episode 32

25th Anniversary

Thu, Apr 12, 1984 60 mins

From 1980: The show celebrates its 25th anniversary. Included: "Anniversary Song" (Norma Zimmer); "Sleep" (Jack Imel); "Tico Tico" (Myron Floren); and "Calcutta" (the band).

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