"Salute to New York City"
Host: Mary Lou Metzger
ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 15, 1977


"New York, New York" - Anacani, Gail, Sandi, Mary Lou, Cissy, Arthur, Jimmy, Ken, Bobby

"Take the “A” Train" - orchestra, featuring Paul Humphrey on drums and Charlie Parlato on trumpet

"Manhattan" - Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano

"Autumn in New York" - Norma Zimmer

"42nd Street" - danced by Arthur Duncan

"Cab Driver" - Larry Hooper with Dick Dale, Bob Lido and Charlie Parlato

"Matchmaker" - The (5) Semonski Sisters

"Broadway Melody" - danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

"Give My Regards to Broadway" - Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on the accordion

"The Walter Winchell Rhumba" - Sandi Griffiths, Gail Farrell and Mary Lou Metzger, all dancing with Lawrence

"Penthouse Serenade" - Kathie Sullivan and the saxophone section

"The Lullaby of Broadway" - orchestra

"Put Your Shoes on Lucy" - sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger and Jack Imel

"Spanish Harlem" - Anacani

Medley of song from My Fair Lady:  I Could Have Danced All Night/ I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face/ On the Street Where You Live - orchestra, featuring Johnny Zell on trumpet and a vocal by Ken Delo

"Manhattan Serenade" - Bob Ralston and Bob Smale at the piano with orchestra

"Manhattan Serenade(reprise)" - Bob Ralston at the organ

"Buttons and Bows" - Ava Barber

Medley of New York songs: In Old New York/ The Bowery/ Sidewalks of New York - Norma, Jimmy, Gail, Joe, Anacani, Ken, Sandi, Tom with dancers Bobby, Cissy, Arthur, Mary Lou and Jack