Host:  Mary Lou Metzger with guest Dee Dee Lennon

ORIGINAL AIR DATE:    December 2, 1967

The Champagne Music Makers present a “Winter Show” as they sing “Button Up Your Overcoat.” Jo Ann Castle goes all out on “Skater’s Boogie” and the Lennon Sisters sing one of their favorites, “A Marshmallow World.” Bob Lido and the Boys present a Dixie version of “I Can’t Give You Anything but Love,” and Dick Dale sings “Let It Snow.”

"Button Up Your Overcoat" - Kathy, Dick, Janet, Jack, Cissy, Bobby, Andra, Steve

"People Will Say We’re in Love" - orchestra

"It’s a Marshmallow World" - The Lennon Sisters

"A Spoonful of Sugar" - Myron Floren on accordion with Neil Levang on guitar and Buddy Merrill on banjo

"I Could Have Danced All Night" - Andra Willis

"Little Bells, Big Bells" - danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

"Skaters’ Boogie" - Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano

"Promises, Promises" - Lynn Anderson

"I Believe" - Norma Zimmer

"Lovable Doll" - orchestra

"I Can’t Give You Anything but Love" -  Bob Lido and  Dixieland band

"Padre" - Joe Feeney

"Moment of Truth"- danced by Arthur Duncan

"Maybe You’ll Be There" - Steve Smith

"You’re Just in Love" - orchestra

"Little by Little" - Larry Hooper

"The Flea" - Bob Ralston on harpsichord with musicians Jack Imel, Charlie Parlato, Neil Levang and Johnny Klein

"Suddenly, There’s a Valley" -  Natalie Nevins

"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" - Dick Dale and Kathy Lennon with dancers Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan and Jack Imel and entire cast