“Tribute to Irving Berlin”

Guest:  Cissy King

Original Air Date:  April 14, 1973

A musical "thank you" to one of America's greatest composers! As the show
unfolds, those marvelous Berlin songs sound like a litany of some of America's
fondest memories including "Always," "Say It With Music" and "There's No
Business Like Show Business."  Guy & Ralna sing "Easter Parade" and the
whole cast and Norma Zimmer conclude with "God Bless America."

01 - No Business Like Show Business

                Orchestra intro., Guy Hovis, Ralna English, Cissy King, Dick Dale,
                Jimmy Roberts, Norma Zimmer, Mary Lou Metzger, Ken Delo,
                danced by Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan and Jack Imel

02 - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm


03 - Remember?

                 Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts with Joe Livoti on violin

04 - Say It Isn't So

               Tanya Falan

05 - Let's Face the Music and Dance

                Sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

06 - Easter Parade

                Ralna English and Guy Hovis

07 - Always

                Ken, Bobby, Anacani, Arthur, Norma, Jimmy, Tanya, Joe,
                Mary Lou and Ralna, danced by Lawrence & Cissy King

08 - When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam'

                Clay Hart vocal and guitar

09 - Soft Lights and Sweet Music

                Bob Ralston at the organ

10 - Marie

                Barney Liddell on trombone with the trumpet section

11 - Say It With Music

                Danced by Arthur Duncan

12 - How Deep Is The Ocean

                Ken Delo

13 - Medley from "Annie Get Your Gun" - No Business Like Show Business
                Doing What Comes Naturally - The Girl That I Marry
                I've Got The Sun In The Morning and The Moon At Night
                Falling In Love Is Wonderful
                No Business Like Show Business (reprise)

                Orchestra with George Cates directing

14 - It's a Lovely Day Today


15 - You're Just In Love

                Featuring Myron Floren, Neil Le Vang, Russ Klein and Bob Smale

                Bobby Burgess was dancing in the audience with former partner
                Barbara Boylan and the young students from Barbara's school of dance.

16 - When I Lost You

                 Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the piano

17 - Play A Simple Melody

                 Dick Dale with Mary Lou Metzger, Sandi Griffiths and Gail Farrell

18 - Everybody's Doing It

                 Orchestra featuring Henry Cuesta on clarinet with the rhythm section

19 - God Bless America

                 Norma Zimmer with  Mary Lou, Ken, Cissy, Bobby, Jimmy,
                 Anacani, Joe,  Arthur, Tanya, Dick, Ralna, Guy