"Wunnerful Hit Songs"
Host: Norma Zimmer
Champagne Lady Norma Zimmer celebrates "Wunnerful Hit Songs" from the thirties to the late 1960s. She sings "Trees" and later is joined by Jimmy Roberts for "Close as Pages in a Book." The cast opens the show with "Talk to the Animals" with a few dressed in full furry-creature costumes. Jo Ann Castle plays "Hello Dolly" and Jack Imel, Arthur Duncan and Bobby Burgess tap up a storm in "Moses Supposes." Ralna and Guy sing "Would You Like To Take A Walk."

WUNNERFUL HIT SONGS         Host:  Norma Zimmer          Mar. 2, 1968

1 – Things

Charlie, Dick, Larry, Steve, Lynn, Jo Ann, Tanya, Andra

2 – Trees

Norma Zimmer

3 – Talk to the Animals

orchestra, with Jack Imel dancing and on marimba, Bobby Burgess dancing, Myron Floren on accordion, and Bob Ralston on piano (all 4 dressed in animal costumes)

4 – Someone Wonderful

Tanya Falan

5 – Habanera, from the opera “Carmen”

danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

6 – Windy

Sandi Jensen and Salli Flynn

7 – Fascination

Bob Ralston at the organ

8 – Cab Driver

Larry Hooper, Bob Lido and Curt Ramsey, with a comedy assist by Charlie Parlato

9 – Turkish Rondo

Myron Floren on accordion

10 – Close as Pages in a Book

Jimmy Roberts and Norma Zimmer

11 – Moses Supposes

sung and danced by Jack Imel, Bobby Burgess and Arthur Duncan, with entire cast singing

12 – I Could Write a Book

Steve Smith, with Norma, Dick Cathcart, Charlie and Curt

13 – Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Jo Ann, Andra, Salli, Tanya, Sandi, Cissy, Natalie, Dick, Arthur, Bobby, Steve, Larry, Jimmy

14 – Mr. Wonderful

Natalie Nevins

15 – Stompin’ at the Savoy

danced by Arthur Duncan

16 – Real Live Girl

Dick Dale and Andra Willis

17 – Can’t Take My Eyes Off You

orchestra, with vocal accompaniment by Salli Flynn, Sandi Jensen and Tanya Falan

18 – Gentle on My Mind

Lynn Anderson