"Salute to Sinatra"

Host: Mary LouMetzger with guest, Robert L. "Bob" Allen
   (Bob is the Executive Producer of the Lawrence Welk Show
   for the OETA television network)

ORIGINAL AIR DATE:  November 4, 1978

This show features some of the great songs which have marked Sinatra's
journey through the nation's musical life. The show opens with clarinet star
Henry Cuesta in the solo spotlight with "I've Got You Under My Skin," and then
the sax and trumpet sections follow with a glowing verison of "Young at Heart."
Guy & Ralna reprise the title song from one of Sinatra's hit movies,
"The Tender Trap," and Tom Netherton sings a heartfelt, "This Love of Mine."

01 - Iíve Got You Under My Skin

                  Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra

02 - Somethiní Stupid

                 The Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins (also on guitar)

03 - Young at Heart

                 orchestra, featuring the saxophone section

04 - This Love of Mine

                 Tom Netherton with Johnny Zell on trumpet

05 - Chicago

                 danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

06 - Strangers in the Night

                 Anacani

07 - I Only Have Eyes for You

                 Kathie Sullivan

08 - Olí Man River

                 Bob Smale on piano, Paul Humphrey on drums, Bob Havens on
                 trombone and Richard Maloof on bass

09 - A Bushel and a Peck

                 Ava Barber with Neil Levang on guitar and Bob Smale on piano

10 - The Tender Trap

                 Guy Hovis and Ralna English

11 - My Kind of Town

                 danced by Arthur Duncan

12 - Thatís Life

                  Ken Delo, with Bob Smale on piano

13 - Just a Closer Walk With Thee

                  Norma, Mary Lou, Gail, Kathie, Sandi, Tom, Dick, Jimmy, Ken,
                  Joe, with Henry Cuesta on clarinet

14 - Memories

                 Norma Zimmer

15 - All the Way

                 Bob Ralston at the piano

16 - Love and Marriage

                 Dick Dale & Gail Farrell

17 - Night and Day

                 orchestra with Norma, Ralna, Anacani, Gail, Kathie, Mary Lou,
                 Tom, Joe, Jimmy, Guy, Larry