"Music Of Harry Warren"
Host: Mary Lou Metzger
The "Music of Harry Warren" is hosted by Mary Lou Metzger, a true fan of this great American songwriter. Bobby Burgess and Elaine Balden dance to "Forty-Second Street," the Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins sing "I Found a Million Dollar Baby," Kathie Sullivan sings "I Only Have Eyes for You," and Jim Turner puts a country spin on "September in the Rain."

MUSIC OF HARRY WARREN             Host: Mary Lou Metzger                 Nov. 24, 1979

1 - With Plenty of Money and You - Anacani, Jim, Gail, Jimmy, Larry, Ava, Roger, David, Sherry, Sheila, Curt, Mary Lou, Ken, Kathie

2 - The More I See You - Tom Netherton

3 - Shuffle Off to Buffalo - orchestra

4 - Remember Me? - Gail Farrell and Dick Dale

5 - Would You Like To Take A Walk? (Sump'n Good'll Come From That) - Ralna English and Guy Hovis

6 - 42nd Street - danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Niverson

7 - We’re in the Money - Ken Delo

8 - Cheerful Little Earful - orchestra

9 - There Will Never Be Another You - danced by Arthur Duncan

10 - Down Argentine Way - Anacani

11 - The Shadow Waltz - orchestra, danced by Lawrence Welk and Mary Lou Metzger

12 - Lullaby of Broadway - orchestra

13 - September in the Rain - Jim Turner, also on guitar

14 - I Found a Million Dollar Baby (in a Five and Ten Cent Store) - The Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins

15 - I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Me) - Ava Barber with Bob Havens on trombone, Russ Klein on soprano sax, Johnny Zell on trumpet and Richard Maloof on tuba

16 - Serenade in Blue - orchestra, featuring the saxophone section and Johnny Zell on trumpet

17 - You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby - Jimmy Roberts with Neil Levang on guitar

18 - Lulu’s Back in Town - sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger and Jack Imel

19 - The Kiss Polka - Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Lawrence Welk and Elaine Niverson

20 - I Only Have Eyes for You - Kathie Sullivan, with Bob Smale on piano

21 - Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe - Ralna, Guy, Anacani, Jim, Gail, Jimmy, Larry, Mary Lou, Ken, Ava, Roger, David, Sherry, Sheila, Elaine, Bobby, Tom