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Season 1

  • S01E01 Carmel Quinn co-hosts

    • December 11, 1961

    Premiere of the pre-national show. Host Mike Douglas Carmel Quinn co-hosts Guests: Gretchen Wyler singer Tony Bennett actor Dick Patterson publicist Jim Moran trombonist Kai Winding and banjo-playing priest Fr. Joseph Dustin With the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E02 Carmel Quinn co-hosts

    • December 12, 1961

    Carmel Quinn co-hosts Guests: Gretchen Wyler singer Tony Bennett Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown Peter Donald, Hazee Hutchinson. A salute to John Carroll University with the John Carroll University's Drill Team.

  • S01E03 Carmel Quinn co-hosts

    • December 13, 1961

    Carmel Quinn co-hosts with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E04 Carmel Quinn co-hosts

    • December 14, 1961

    Carmel Quinn co-hosts Guests: Rodney Stratton singer Nancy Ray cornet player Muggsy Spanier Rev. Chave McCracken and G. Bernice with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E05 Carmel Quinn co-hosts

    • December 15, 1961

    Carmel Quinn co-hosts Guests: magician Arthur Trace and the Cathedral Latin High School Choir with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E06 Joe E. Brown co-hosts

    • December 18, 1961

    Joe E. Brown co-hosts Guests: Mrs. Eileen Benninghoff, who reviews Joe's book, and the John Marshall High School Choir with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E07 Joe E. Brown co-hosts

    • December 19, 1961

    Joe E. Brown co-hosts Guests: Howie Bender Lester Johnson the Lutheran West High School with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E08 Joe E. Brown co-hosts

    • December 20, 1961

    Joe E. Brown co-hosts Guests: Nancy Ray, Father Henry H. Birkenhauer, S.J. The Salvation Army Band the Parma High School Senior Choir and Ski Fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E09 Joe E. Brown co-hosts

    • December 21, 1961

    Joe E. Brown co-hosts Guests: comedy writer Jack Hanrahan Molly Scott singer Elaine Malbin comedian Lou Holtz and the Bay Village High School Choir, with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E10 Joe E. Brown co-hosts

    • December 22, 1961

    Joe E. Brown co-hosts Guests: the Notre Dame High School Choir with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E11 Jerry Lester co-hosts

    • December 25, 1961

    Jerry Lester co-hosts Guests: Jazz singer Carmel Quinn comedian Joe E. Brown and Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson.

  • S01E12 Jerry Lester co-hosts

    • December 26, 1961

    Jerry Lester co-hosts Guests: bluegrass singer-guitarist Red Allen and Phil Racine gives an ice skating lesson. with Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E13 Jerry Lester co-hosts

    • December 27, 1961

    Jerry Lester co-hosts Guests: New York Rangers hockey players Henry Ciesla and Jim Mikol The Five Epsteins Mike Goldstein comedy writer Jack Hanrahan and singer Johnny Desmond.

  • S01E14 Jerry Lester co-hosts

    • December 28, 1961

    Jerry Lester co-hosts Guests: Jazz singer Joe Williams singer Johnny Desmond world traveler William Price and a karate demonstration.

  • S01E15 Jerry Lester co-hosts

    • December 29, 1961

    Jerry Lester co-hosts Guests: trumpet player Kid Sheik Playboy Quartet and Laurel and Hardy Film.

  • S01E16 Denise Lor co-hosts

    • January 1, 1962

    Denise Lor co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E17 Denise Lor co-hosts

    • January 2, 1962

    Denise Lor co-hosts Guests: comedian Tom Conway and Mrs. Helen Halle with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E18 Denise Lor co-hosts

    • January 3, 1962

    Denise Lor co-hosts Guests: comedian Tom Conway vocalist Jacques Kayal instrumentalist Billy Butterfield singer Johnny Desmond and Western Reserve University Choir with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E19 Denise Lor co-hosts

    • January 4, 1962

    Denise Lor co-hosts Guests: comedian Tom Conway singer Johnny Desmond Chef John S. Schiendler and Bonwit's resort fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E20 Denise Lor co-hosts

    • January 5, 1962

    Denise Lor co-hosts Guests: singer-actor Frankie Avalon poet-singer-songwriter Oscar Brown Jr. Korean Orphans Choir with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E21 Dick Gregory co-hosts

    • January 8, 1962

    Dick Gregory co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E22 Dick Gregory co-hosts

    • January 9, 1962

    Dick Gregory co-hosts Guests: Jazz trumpeter Roy Eldridge poet-singer-songwriter Oscar Brown Jr. writer Harlan Ellison and burlesque dancer Tempest Storm with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E23 Dick Gregory co-hosts

    • January 10, 1962

    Dick Gregory co-hosts Guests: folksinger Oscar Brown Jr. Fr. Henry F. Birkenhauer S.J. with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E24 Dick Gregory co-hosts

    • January 11, 1962

    Dick Gregory co-hosts Guests: singer Lou Rawls instrumentalist Billy Butterfield model Rondi Stratton and Laura Green with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E25 Dick Gregory co-hosts

    • January 12, 1962

    Dick Gregory co-hosts Guests: Country singer-guitarist Leo Jackson singer-actor Frankie Avalon and Burmese diplomat Dow My Sein with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E26 Vivian Blaine co-hosts

    • January 15, 1962

    Vivian Blaine co-hosts Guests: The Chordsmen with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E27 Vivian Blaine co-hosts

    • January 16, 1962

    Vivian Blaine co-hosts Guests: accordionist Dick Contino and comedian Tom Conway with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E28 Vivian Blaine co-hosts

    • January 17, 1962

    Vivian Blaine co-hosts Guests: playwright Ben Hecht rockabilly artist Roy Aldridge Dr. Theresa Casuso and The Cordsmen with the Ellie Frankel Trio

  • S01E29 Vivian Blaine co-hosts

    • January 18, 1962

    Vivian Blaine co-hosts Guests: Jazz pianist Pat Pace singer Pat Scott folksinger Tedd Browne and Ann Stern with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E30 Vivian Blaine co-hosts

    • January 19, 1962

    Vivian Blaine co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E31 Peter Donald co-hosts

    • January 22, 1962

    Peter Donald co-hosts Guests: actress Taina Elg with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E32 Peter Donald co-hosts

    • January 23, 1962

    Peter Donald co-hosts Guests: actress Beverly Aadland pianist Meade Lux Lewis and actor Joe Bova with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E33 Peter Donald co-hosts

    • January 24, 1962

    Peter Donald co-hosts Guests: singer Dennis Quilly Jazz drummer Ray McKinley and the Boat Show Queen with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E34 Peter Donald co-hosts

    • January 25, 1962

    Peter Donald co-hosts Guests: actress Beverly Aadland and Banjo Al of Kelly's Tavern with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E35 Peter Donald co-hosts

    • January 26, 1962

    Peter Donald co-hosts Guests: Severino Sardis Jazz drummer Ray McKinley and The Personalities with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E36 Dody Goodman co-hosts

    • January 29, 1962

    Dody Goodman co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E37 Dody Goodman co-hosts

    • January 30, 1962

    Dody Goodman co-hosts Guests: singer Vic Damone Jazz composer Calvin Jackson and attorney F. Lee Bailey with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E38 Dody Goodman co-hosts

    • January 31, 1962

    Dody Goodman co-hosts Guests: pianist Meade Lux Lewis and Richard Shaw with the Ellie Frankel Trio

  • S01E39 Dody Goodman co-hosts

    • February 1, 1962

    Dody Goodman co-hosts Guests: actor Johnny Crawford with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E40 Dody Goodman co-hosts

    • February 2, 1962

    Dody Goodman co-hosts Guests: singer Don Cornell and playwright Ben Hecht with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E41 Kirby Stone Four co-host

    • February 5, 1962

    Kirby Stone Four co-host Guests: singer Ed Ames singer-actress Susan Watson and actress Ann Williams with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E42 Kirby Stone Four co-host

    • February 6, 1962

    Kirby Stone Four co-host Guests: comedienne Jo Anne Worley actors Hurd Hatfield and Myron McCormick with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E43 Kirby Stone Four co-host

    • February 7, 1962

  • S01E44 Kirby Stone Four co-host

    • February 8, 1962

    Kirby Stone Four co-host Guests: actor Johnny Haymer with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E45 Kirby Stone Four co-host

    • February 9, 1962

  • S01E46 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • February 12, 1962

  • S01E47 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • February 13, 1962

  • S01E48 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • February 14, 1962

    Pat Carroll co-hosts Guests: The Walton Brothers with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E49 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • February 15, 1962

    Pat Carroll co-hosts Guests: trumpeter Johnny 'Scat' Davis animal trainer Clyde Beatty with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E50 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • February 16, 1962

    Pat Carroll co-hosts Guests: singer Andy Williams trumpeter Johnny 'Scat' Davis animal trainer Clyde Beatty Marquis Child former editor of Washington Columnist author Andrew Tully discusses the C.I.A. and Col. Francis Gary Powers with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E51 Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts

    • February 19, 1962

    Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts Guests: composer Richard Rodgers singer Carmel Quinn and a special medley of his songs done by Carmel, Pat and Mike with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E52 Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts

    • February 20, 1962

    Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts Guests: actress Bernice Massi star of the musical hit "No Strings" animal trainer Clyde Beatty and singing group The Four Coins with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E53 Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts

    • February 21, 1962

    Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts Guests: ringmaster George Hanneford and Princess Tajana of the Grotto Circus H. Warren Plohr of NASA answers viewers questions about yesterday's space shot with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E54 Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts

    • February 22, 1962

    Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts Guests: three clowns from the Grotto Circus singing group from Western Reserve The Fiji Four and Dr. Walter Pritchard discusses prevention of heart disease with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E55 Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts

    • February 23, 1962

    Pat Harrington Jr. co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E56 Oscar Johnson co-hosts

    • February 26, 1962

    Oscar Johnson co-hosts Guests: actress Pat Simon comedian Larry Storch singing group The Four Coins and four representatives of Ice Follies including co-host and founder Oscar Johnson.

  • S01E57 Oscar Johnson co-hosts

    • February 27, 1962

    Oscar Johnson co-hosts Guests: Ice Follies co-founder Roy Shipstad Jazz pianist Teddy Wilson weatherman Ronnie Barrett and scenes of the Ice Follies from the Arena

  • S01E58 Oscar Johnson co-hosts

    • February 28, 1962

    From the Arena Oscar Johnson co-hosts Guests: singer Betty La Joe members of the Ice Follies figure skaters Janet Champion Ina Baver and Jill Shipsted and comic ice skaters Dova and Wall. (Bill Wall and Dick Dova)

  • S01E59 Oscar Johnson co-hosts

    • March 1, 1962

    From the Arena Oscar Johnson co-hosts Guests: figure skaters Barbara Myers and Jean Wrigley Audrey Jacoby and bathing suit fashions.

  • S01E60 Oscar Johnson co-hosts

    • March 2, 1962

    From the Arena Oscar Johnson co-hosts Guests: Ice Follies co-founder Ray Shipstad figure skater Barbara Myers and the Meldum Twins.

  • S01E61 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 5, 1962

    Louis Nye co-hosts Guests: pianist Teddy Wilson wood carver Ernst Warther and comedian Tom Conway with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E62 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 6, 1962

    Louis Nye co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E63 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 7, 1962

    Louis Nye co-hosts Guests: comedian Larry Storch singer-actress Tammy Grimes cinematographer John Ott and the Salt Lake City Six with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E64 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 8, 1962

    Louis Nye co-hosts Guests: singer Carol Connors and exotic dancer Naja Karamura with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E65 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 9, 1962

    Louis Nye co-hosts Guests: Dick Brazus and the Reverend Chave McCracken discusses modern day prayer with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E66 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • March 12, 1962

    Anita Bryant co-hosts Guests: Irish tenor Brenden O'Dowda with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E67 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • March 13, 1962

    Anita Bryant co-hosts Guests: actor Walter Slezak and musician Dizzy Gillespie with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E68 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • March 14, 1962

    Anita Bryant co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E69 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • March 15, 1962

    Anita Bryant co-hosts Guests: George Weim Dr. Quellan who discusses birth defects and the Newport Jazz All-Stars and Miss America fashions from Milgrim with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E70 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • March 16, 1962

    Anita Bryant co-hosts Guests: Irish dancer Kevin Shanahan Thomas F. Manamon and The Shamrock Pipe Band with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E71 Jimmy Nelson co-hosts

    • March 19, 1962

    Jimmy Nelson co-hosts Guests: musician Dizzy Gillespie and singer Bill Henderson with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E72 Jimmy Nelson co-hosts

    • March 20, 1962

    Jimmy Nelson co-hosts Guests: singer Jane Morgan attorney Charles Rembar and the Newport Jazz All-Stars with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E73 Jimmy Nelson co-hosts

    • March 21, 1962

    Jimmy Nelson co-hosts Guests: singer Margaret-Ann with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E74 Jimmy Nelson co-hosts

    • March 22, 1962

    Jimmy Nelson co-hosts Guests: singer Ginny Maver and astrologer Beatrice Redding with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E75 Jimmy Nelson co-hosts

    • March 23, 1962

    Jimmy Nelson co-hosts Guests: bandleader David Carroll with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E76 Frank Parker co-hosts

    • March 26, 1962

    Frank Parker co-hosts Guests: exercise expert Debbie Drake animal trainer Fauna Forest and judo expert Is Yrold with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E77 Frank Parker co-hosts

    • March 27, 1962

    Frank Parker co-hosts Guests: dog trainer Maurice Gervais Gloria Wright, Miss Stainless Steel and the Carmen Canobo Quintet with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E78 Frank Parker co-hosts

    • March 28, 1962

    Frank Parker co-hosts Guests: singer Billy Vaughn astrologer Beatrice Redding and men's fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E79 Frank Parker co-hosts

    • March 29, 1962

    Frank Parker co-hosts Guests: singer Ginny Maver race car driver Ken Hallis and Ernest Federn of United Appeal with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E80 Frank Parker co-hosts

    • March 30, 1962

    Frank Parker co-hosts Guests: comedian-magician Carl Ballantine Ted James and County Coroner Sampel R. Gerber with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E81 Pat O'Brien co-hosts

    • April 2, 1962

    Pat O'Brien co-hosts Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E82 Pat O'Brien co-hosts

    • April 3, 1962

    Pat O'Brien co-hosts Guests: The Harmonica Rascals pianist Miss Dubois Ellen Horowitz Jazz musician Allen Thomas and comedian Bill Daily with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E83 Pat O'Brien co-hosts

    • April 4, 1962

    Pat O'Brien co-hosts Guests: columnist Drew Pearson folksinger Tedd Browne comedian Bill Daily with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E84 Pat O'Brien co-hosts

    • April 5, 1962

    Pat O'Brien co-hosts Guests: singer Kaye Stevens comedy team Faye and Elliott comedian Bill Daily Dr. Claude Beck and Dr. Mares hear specialists, demonstrate heart-lung medicine with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E85 Pat O'Brien co-hosts

    • April 6, 1962

    Pat O'Brien co-hosts Guests: singer Kaye Stevens comedian Bill Daily cartoonist-author Dick Goddard weatherman Ronnie Barrett and Fr. Dismus Clark with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E86 Vivian Vance co-hosts

    • April 9, 1962

    Vivian Vance co-hosts Guests: comic Mickey Shaughnessy and fashion expert Ann Cole with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E87 Vivian Vance co-hosts

    • April 10, 1962

    Vivian Vance co-hosts Guests: actress Judith Anderson Peg Pegler pianist-vocalist Rose Murphy and Jazz bass player Slam Stewart with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E88 Vivian Vance co-hosts

    • April 11, 1962

    Vivian Vance co-hosts Guests: singer-guitarist Red Allen French singer Genevieve Fay and Elliot Dr. Gundlach and math class with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E89 Vivian Vance co-hosts

    • April 12, 1962

    Vivian Vance co-hosts Guests: Kathy Ready on headaches and Randy Stratton with fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E90 Vivian Vance co-hosts

    • April 13, 1962

    Vivian Vance co-hosts Guests: violinist Joe Rabb physical fitness expert Lou Meyers and Alexander Anderson discusses mental health with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E91 Roberta Sherwood co-hosts

    • April 16, 1962

    Roberta Sherwood co-hosts Guests: Rose Murphy Trio with Slam Stewart and comic Bob Hagen with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E92 Roberta Sherwood co-hosts

    • April 17, 1962

    Roberta Sherwood co-hosts Guests: Cookbook author Mary Dahnke Art Van Damme Quintet with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E93 Roberta Sherwood co-hosts

    • April 18, 1962

    Roberta Sherwood co-hosts Guests: Walter L. Davis president of the Cleveland Board of Education with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E94 Roberta Sherwood co-hosts

    • April 19, 1962

    Roberta Sherwood co-hosts Guests: Art Van Damme Quintet Mrs. Cyrus Eaton answers viewers questions and bridal fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E95 Roberta Sherwood co-hosts

    • April 20, 1962

    Roberta Sherwood co-hosts Guests: The Four Naturals Larry Robinson, diamond expert with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E96 Homer and Jethro co-host

    • April 26, 1962

    Homer and Jethro co-host Guests: entertainer Dagmar comedian Tom Conway and heart specialists Dr. Mares, Dr. Leighnicker with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E97 Homer and Jethro co-host

    • April 27, 1962

    Homer and Jethro co-host Guests: Ohio Governor Michael DiSalle Edith Gordon and Mrs. Cyrus Eaton with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E98 Homer and Jethro co-host

    • April 28, 1962

    Homer and Jethro co-host Guests: entertainer Dagmar singer Nancy Ray Rudolph Bing, head of the Metropolitian Opera with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E99 Homer and Jethro co-host

    • April 29, 1962

    Homer and Jethro co-host Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E100 Homer and Jethro co-host

    • April 29, 1962

    Homer and Jethro co-host Guests: clarinet player Buddy De Franco and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark McElroy with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E101 Hildegarde co-hosts

    • April 30, 1962

    Guests: singer Chubby Checker with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E102 Dagmar co-hosts

    • May 1, 1962

    Guests: Danny Apolinar Trio Tony Carr hair color expert with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E103 Dagmar co-hosts

    • May 2, 1962

    Guests: Japanese singer Miss Atsuko Kano and physical fitness expert Ed Allen with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E104 Dagmar co-hosts

    • May 3, 1962

    Guests: author George E. Mann with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E105 Dagmar co-hosts

    • May 4, 1962

    Guests: singer Atsuko Kano of Japan and psychiatrist Dr. Charles J. Sinta and dietician Mrs. Earl Hoover with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E106 Denise Darcel co-hosts

    • May 7, 1962

    Guests: publisher Bennett Cerf with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E107 Denise Darcel co-hosts

    • May 8, 1962

    Guests: Carrollton Swing Band and jeweler Rudolph Deutsch with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E108 Denise Darcel co-hosts

    • May 9, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E109 Denise Darcel co-hosts

    • May 10, 1962

    Guests: French Designer fashions, salute to Maurice Chevalier and marksmanship demonstration by members of the Cleveland Police Dept with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E110 Denise Darcel co-hosts

    • May 11, 1962

    Guests: Father Thomas comedy writer Jack Hanrahan and Dr. Pierre Susseyran relates his experiences in the French underground with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E111 Billy DeWolfe co-hosts

    • May 14, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E112 Billy DeWolfe co-hosts

    • May 15, 1962

    Guests: Ferrante and Teicher Gibson's Rec Caps Lionel Lefrend, glovemaker from France and Anvil Revue satire on local prominent persons with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E113 Billy DeWolfe co-hosts

    • May 16, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E114 Billy DeWolfe co-hosts

    • May 17, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E115 Billy DeWolfe co-hosts

    • May 18, 1962

    Guests: guitarist Bill Daringo and Dr. Howard H. Hopwood administers Sabin oral vaccine with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E116 Linda Darnell co-hosts

    • May 21, 1962

    Guests: TV personality Steve Allen trumpeter Jonah Jones golfers Doug Ford and Marlene Bauer Hagg and fashion editor Pat Young with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E117 Linda Darnell co-hosts

    • May 22, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E118 Linda Darnell co-hosts

    • May 23, 1962

    Guests: saxophonist Lou Donaldson actress Dolores Hart singer H.W. Barnam and Milton Immerman with plastic crystal moulding with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E119 Linda Darnell co-hosts

    • May 24, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E120 Linda Darnell co-hosts

    • May 25, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E121 Molly Bee co-hosts

    • May 28, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E122 Molly Bee co-hosts

    • May 29, 1962

    Guests: singer Toni Carroll tenor John Feeney and pianists The Cavallini Twins with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E123 Molly Bee co-hosts

    • May 30, 1962

    Guests: singer Toni Carroll The Beachcombers and pianists The Cavallini Twins with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E124 Molly Bee co-hosts

    • May 31, 1962

    Guests: Style show presented by students of Notre Dame College and Hobby House car racers with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E125 Molly Bee co-hosts

    • June 1, 1962

    Guests: Country singer Eddy Arnold comedian Henny Youngman singer-pianist Dorothy Donegan and a fashion show with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E126 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • June 11, 1962

    Guests: comedian Tom Conway and John Resko, the "Prison Picasso" with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E127 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • June 12, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E128 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • June 13, 1962

    Guests: Dr. Edward Teller called "Father of the H Bomb", discusses this country's current series of A Bomb tests. with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E129 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • June 14, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E130 Pat Carroll co-hosts

    • June 15, 1962

    Guests: TV personality Art Linkletter baseball humorist Joe Garagiola former baseball star Jackie Robinson and Bergen Evans who discusses what has happened to pleasure, with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E131 Smothers Brothers co-host

    • June 18, 1962

    Guests: singers Johnny Desmond and Susan Johnson "Mr. Sound Effects" Wes Harrison and Sharry Richards with summer menus with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E132 Smothers Brothers co-host

    • June 19, 1962

    Guests: singer Monte Amundsen bandleader Tony Martell The Four Amigos and The Somersets a housewife quartet with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E133 Smothers Brothers co-host

    • June 20, 1962

    Guests: singer Sylvia Copeland singer Monte Amundsen Al Luplow and Ty Cline sing "You Gotta Have Heart" and Curtis Gregory discusses summer jobs for teenagers with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E134 Smothers Brothers co-host

    • June 21, 1962

    Guests: comedienne Hermione Gingold humorist Rex Morgan and The Four Amigos with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E135 Smothers Brothers co-host

    • June 22, 1962

    Guests: comedy team Braman and Leonard and Jazz organist Shirley Scott with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E136 George Jessel co-hosts

    • June 25, 1962

    Guests: actor Lee Patterson actress Arlene Dahl singer Dakota Staton and magician Richard DuBois with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E137 George Jessel co-hosts

    • June 26, 1962

    Guests: Miss Physical Fitness Bonnie Prudden singer Pat Plant magician Richard DuBois and The Three Sons with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E138 George Jessel co-hosts

    • June 27, 1962

    Guests: actor Pat O'Brien and his wife actress Arlene Dahl pianist Peter Nero Mr. Sound Effects Wes Harrison and The Playmates with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E139 George Jessel co-hosts

    • June 28, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E140 George Jessel co-hosts

    • June 29, 1962

    Guests: trumpeter Bill Davidson actress Arlene Dahl magician Tom Harris and hair styling expert Robert Timberman with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E141 Timmie Rogers co-hosts

    • July 2, 1962

    Guests: instrumental group The Three Sons and boating safety demonstration with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E142 Timmie Rogers co-hosts

    • July 3, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E143 Timmie Rogers co-hosts

    • July 4, 1962

    Guests: raconteur George Jessel and actress Linda Darnell with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E144 Timmie Rogers co-hosts

    • July 5, 1962

    Guests: attorney Stanley Geller who talks about the Supreme Court prayer case with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E145 Timmie Rogers co-hosts

    • July 6, 1962

    Guests: singer Virginia Wing blind composer Irene Kitchings and The Four Lads with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E146 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 9, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E147 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 11, 1962

    Guests: Peter, Paul and Mary singer Frank Parker kite flyer Alphonso Woodall and Dr. G.E. Wodehouse gives doctors' side of the Canadian medical crisis with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E148 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 12, 1962

    Guests: The Highlanders The Four Lads marriage counselor John D. Minor and a Canadian Government representative gives its side of the doctor dispute with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E149 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 13, 1962

    Guests: singer Frank Parker Jazz trumpeter Red Allen actor Larry Caringe and marriage counselor John D. Minor with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E150 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 16, 1962

    Guests: actress Betty Reese Myrus the Mentalist and The Topnotchers with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E151 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 17, 1962

    Guests: singer Jill Dennison Dan Peters, escapee from communism and a Telstar discussion with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E152 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 18, 1962

    Guests: folksinger Bob Gibson actress Jan Sterling singer Hector LuJan and back-to-school fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E153 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 19, 1962

    Guests: comic actor Jerry Van Dyke trumpeter Henry 'Red' Allen Phil Palumbo Dr. Jane Kessler and Probate Judge Frank Merrick with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E154 Dennis O'Keefe co-hosts

    • July 20, 1962

    Guests: folksinger Bob Gibson comic actor Jerry Van Dyke vocalist Dakota Staton Ruth Porter and Dr. A.C. Boarug with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E155 Forrest Tucker co-hosts

    • July 23, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E156 Forrest Tucker co-hosts

    • July 24, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E157 Forrest Tucker co-hosts

    • July 25, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E158 Forrest Tucker co-hosts

    • July 26, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E159 Forrest Tucker co-hosts

    • July 27, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E160 Pat Morrissey co-hosts

    • July 30, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E161 Pat Morrissey co-hosts

    • July 31, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E162 Pat Morrissey co-hosts

    • August 1, 1962

    Guests: singer Nancy Sinatra pianist Jose Melis Miss Cleveland and kite rider Alphonso Woodall with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E163 Pat Morrissey co-hosts

    • August 2, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E164 Pat Morrissey co-hosts

    • August 3, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E165 Henny Youngman co-hosts

    • August 6, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E166 Henny Youngman co-hosts

    • August 7, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E167 Henny Youngman co-hosts

    • August 8, 1962

    Guests: actor Jack Carson Jazz vocalist Arthur Prysock and The Rhythmettes with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E168 Henny Youngman co-hosts

    • August 9, 1962

    Guests: folksinger Melissa Jones Col. M.L. Martin and Otto Kosman, County Bee inspector with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E169 Henny Youngman co-hosts

    • August 10, 1962

    Guests: singers Josh White and Wynona Carr and Gertrude Wills with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E170 June Valli co-hosts

    • August 13, 1962

    Guests: writer Richard Merriman actresses Betty McQuire and Jan McArt and attorney Charles Stevens with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E171 June Valli co-hosts

    • August 14, 1962

    Guests: champion walker Jack Eldridge with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E172 June Valli co-hosts

    • August 15, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E173 June Valli co-hosts

    • August 16, 1962

    Guests: singer Mike Clifford ceramics artist Mike Fishler and Dr. A.L. Jones discusses Russia's men in space with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E174 June Valli co-hosts

    • August 17, 1962

    Guests: artist Franklin Bates with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E175 Julius LaRosa co-hosts

    • August 20, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E176 Julius LaRosa co-hosts

    • August 21, 1962

    Guests: billiard expert Tony Masconi with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E177 Julius LaRosa co-hosts

    • August 22, 1962

    Guests: actress Veronica Lake actor Don Wilson and M.H. Anderson with a dog show with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E178 Julius LaRosa co-hosts

    • August 23, 1962

    Guests: actress Margaret Whitney champion baton twirler Penny Pritchard Chagrin Valley Kennel Club dog show and May Co. fashion show with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E179 Julius LaRosa co-hosts

    • August 24, 1962

    Guests: former screen idol Ramon Navarro and Satuichi Satow, who will prepare a Japanese dish with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E180 Dr. Frank Baxter co-hosts

    • August 27, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E181 Dr. Frank Baxter co-hosts

    • August 28, 1962

    Guests: concert violinist George Ciompi Jazz trombonist Teagarden Dr. William Graham Cole, president of Lake Forest College, Ill. superintendent of Cleveland schools Dr. William Levenson discusses problem of school dropouts with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E182 Dr. Frank Baxter co-hosts

    • August 29, 1962

    Guests: with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E183 Dr. Frank Baxter co-hosts

    • August 30, 1962

    Guests: Dr. Louise Ames of Gesell Institute of Child Development Eddie Finnegan, a Western Reserve student and back-to-school fashions with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S01E184 Dr. Frank Baxter co-hosts

    • August 31, 1962

    Guests: Eddie Arcaro, speed reading demonstration and author Dr. Arthur Trace discusses Russian educational system with the Ellie Frankel Trio.

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Season 3

  • S03E01 Arlene Dahl co-hosts

    • August 26, 1963

    Guests: Jazz trombonist Harold Betters and his combo columnist George Frazier billiards champion Willie Marconi and James H. Meredith who is the first Negro graduate of The University of Mississippi with Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S03E02 Arlene Dahl co-hosts

    • August 27, 1963

    Guests: six models from 'Seventeen' magazine with Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S03E03 Arlene Dahl co-hosts

    • August 28, 1963

    Guests: Earl Holliman Anthony George singer Brenda Lee and former Alabama football coach Wally Butts with Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S03E04 Arlene Dahl co-hosts

    • August 29, 1963

    Guests: TIME magazine editor and author of "J.F.K. President" Hugh Sidey and land speed title holder Craig Breedlove with Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S03E05 Arlene Dahl co-hosts

    • August 30, 1963

    Guests: Pamela Mason and ghost hunter Hans Holzer with Ellie Frankel Trio.

  • S03E06 Hal March co-hosts

    • September 2, 1963

    Guests: attorney Sidney A. Eisenberg, co-author of the column "Dollars for Scholars." With Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E07 Hal March co-hosts

    • September 3, 1963

    Guests: Tom Glazer singer Laura Green Hans Holzer author of "Ghost Hunter" The Halifax Three and author Ralph Lee Smith talks about "Saturday Evening Post" article "The Hucksters of Pain" on arthritis quacks. With Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E08 Hal March co-hosts

    • September 4, 1963

    Guests: comedienne Imogene Coca actor Macdonald Carey Jazz bandleader Billy Butterfield and fashions for women who weigh over 180 pounds With Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E09 Hal March co-hosts

    • September 5, 1963

    Guests: actress Kathryn Crosby folksinger Josh White with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E10 Hal March co-hosts

    • September 6, 1963

    Guests: violinist Florian Zabach comedian Lenny Kent Hugh Henderson with a demonstration of Electro-Golf machine, device which measures drive shots and CDC director Dr. James L. Goddard discusses the measles vaccine. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E11 Celeste Holm co-hosts

    • September 9, 1963

    Guests: folk group The Brothers Four Gospel performer Prof. Alex Bradford Gospel group The Raymond Rasberry Singers and Bruce Haack, who plays music on the Dermatron, a touch-and heat-sensitive synthesizer. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E12 Celeste Holm co-hosts

    • September 10, 1963

    Guests: comedian Joe E. Ross comic actor Bill Daily folksinger Judy Henske comedian Timmie Rogers and Francis Horwich, hostess of Ding Dong School with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E13 Celeste Holm co-hosts

    • September 11, 1963

    Guests: actress Whitney Blake comic actor Bill Daily author Joe Phipps discusses his 'Good Housekeeping' article "The Growing Menace of 'Nice' Drugs." and writer Eleanor Harris with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E14 Celeste Holm co-hosts

    • September 12, 1963

    Guests: singer Steve Clayton comedian Joe E. Lewis comic actor Bill Daily and author Ralph Lowe discusses his 'Saturday Review' article "Who Makes a Menace Out of Johnny?" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E15 Celeste Holm co-hosts

    • September 13, 1963

    Guests: ghost hunter Hans Holzer and comic actor Bill Daily with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E16 Kaye Ballard co-hosts

    • September 16, 1963

    Guests: singers Gloria Lynne and Thelma Carpenter calypso stylists Enid Mosier and Alphonso columnist Ralph de Toledano with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E17 Kaye Ballard co-hosts

    • September 17, 1963

    Guests: singer-bandleader Cab Calloway Kaye Ballard's mother, Lena Balotta and lingerie designer Ann Martelli. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E18 Kaye Ballard co-hosts

    • September 18, 1963

    Guests: comedian Bill Daily Ronnie Kole and The Heavyweights Parisian perfume authority Monique Beaujard and a special mystery guest with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E19 Kaye Ballard co-hosts

    • September 19, 1963

    Guests: bandleader Cab Calloway TV personality Henry Morgan musical humorist The Great Yonely and journalist Frank Edwards, who discusses UFOs. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E20 Kaye Ballard co-hosts, guest is

    • September 20, 1963

    Guests: singer Dick Roman songstress Barbara Meister comedian Ed Bakey (in character as "millionaire folksinger Eddie Greensleeves") The Four Saints and attorney Sidney Eisenberg who discusses scholarships. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E21 Morey Amsterdam co-hosts

    • September 23, 1963

    Guests: vocalist Vicki Lynn with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E22 Morey Amsterdam co-hosts

    • September 24, 1963

    Guests: Eva Gabor Dixieland trumpet player Roy Liberto badminton pro Hugh Forgie and "living mannequin" Gail del Corral and her daughter. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E23 Morey Amsterdam co-hosts

    • September 25, 1963

    Guests: folksinger-actor Leon Bibb and auto accident researcher Dr. Alfred Mosley with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E24 Morey Amsterdam co-hosts

    • September 26, 1963

    Guests: actor Victor Jory singer Vaughn Monroe The Grandison Singers exercise expert Debbie Drake and Dr. W.H. Missildine author of "Your Inner Child of the Past" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E25 Morey Amsterdam co-hosts

    • September 27, 1963

    Guests: and Dr. George Crane, physician and syndicated columnist, explains the scientific marriage foundation program with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E26 Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts

    • September 30, 1963

    Guests: singer Dick Roman folk group The Three Young Men from Montanna motivational speaker and author Earl Nightingale and Angela Murray brings $200,000 stone collection with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E27 Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts

    • October 1, 1963

    Guests: Zsa Zsa's mother Jolie Gabor Glenn Miller Band led by Ray McKinley and attorney Robert Kent author of "How to Choose a Husband" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E28 Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts

    • October 2, 1963

    Guests: singer Jerry Vale Ernie Martin and his Hungarian Gypsy Ensemble memory expert Paul Sanger Barry Hoffman, a Massachusetts real estate agent, describes his recent trip to Cuba. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E29 Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts

    • October 3, 1963

    Guests: actor Louis Quinn Myrus the Mentalist comic Joey Adams and his wife Cindy and Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E30 Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts

    • October 4, 1963

    Guests: folksinger Josh White and daughter Beverly and singer Jerry Vale with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E31 Bob Crosby co-hosts

    • October 7, 1963

    Guests: actor William Bendix comedian Ed Bakey (in character as folksinger "Eddie Greensleeves") and psychologist Dr. Norman M. Bradburn, a University of Chicago psychologist who authored a study on happiness. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E32 Bob Crosby co-hosts

    • October 8, 1963

    Guests: singer Nina Simone and Raymond B. Martin author of "Revolt in the Mafia" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E33 Bob Crosby co-hosts

    • October 9, 1963

    Guests: singer John Gary and Jerry Jackis discusses abuses in U.S. Foreign Aid program with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E34 Bob Crosby co-hosts

    • October 10, 1963

    Guests: comedian Timmie Rogers folksingers Bud and Travis and psychiatrist Dr. Joyce Brothers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E35 Bob Crosby co-hosts

    • October 11, 1963

    Guests: The DeCastro Sisters and Dr. George King of the Aetherius Society with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E36 Frankie Avalon co-hosts

    • October 14, 1963

    Guests: singer Micki Lynn vocalists The DeCastro Sisters Cleveland Indians pitcher Jim "Mudcat" Grant and Aspen fashion designer Terese David. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E37 Frankie Avalon co-hosts

    • October 15, 1963

    Guests: TV personality Dick Clark actor Will "Sugarfoot" Hutchins singer Jan Peerce sleight-of-hand artist Melbourne Christopher Mildred Gnau of the AAA and author Dr. Peter Steinerohn author of "Your Life to Enjoy" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E38 Frankie Avalon co-hosts

    • October 16, 1963

    Guests: Wayne Newton and The Newton Brothers ("Danke Schoen") The DeCastro Sisters hypnotist Ed Baron and Dr. Frances Horwich, the host of TV's "Ding Dong School." with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E39 Frankie Avalon co-hosts

    • October 17, 1963

    Guests: vocal group The Rivingtons singer Micki Lynn jazz band Phil Napoleon and his Memphis 5 physics professor Dr. Edward Teller and Frankie Avalon fan Kathy Trepka. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E40 Frankie Avalon co-hosts

    • October 18, 1963

    comedian Jackie Gayle and a special mystery guest with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E41 John Payne co-hosts

    • October 21, 1963

    Guests: folk singing group the Dalton Brothers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E42 John Payne co-hosts

    • October 22, 1963

    Guests: actor Farley Granger comedian Dick Gregory jazz group Page Cavanaugh and his Page 7 Broadway performer Harold Lang The Burke Family Singers pantomimist Frans Reynders with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E43 John Payne co-hosts

    • October 23, 1963

    Guests: singer Rocco Scotti actor-stuntman Sol Gorse trombone player Harold Betters and his jazz quartet and Mrs. Dorothy Goldberg, wife of Supreme Court Justice and author of "The Creative Woman" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E44 John Payne co-hosts

    • October 24, 1963

    Guests: singer Julius LaRosa folk singer Joan Manning TV personality Dr. Bergen Evans and Jessica Mitford author of "The American Way of Death" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E45 John Payne co-hosts

    • October 25, 1963

    Guests: The Four Saints Virginia Trimble, astronomer selected as "Miss Twilight Zone" and Richard Armour author of "Through Darkest Adolescence" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E46 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • October 28, 1963

    Guests: entertainer Edie Adams French musicians Lasry-Baschet and exercise expert Debbie Drake. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E47 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • October 29, 1963

    Guests: actress Nancy Kelly bandleader Phil Palumbo and his Fabulous Four (aka The Phil Palumbo Quintet) Chef Eddie Doucette and William Schwartz of the U.S. Public Health Service with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E48 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • October 30, 1963

    Guests: Sheppard Strudwick jazz pianist Oscar Peterson and his trio "Ding Dong School" host Dr. Frances Horwich one-man band Vic Hyde and gambling expert John Scarne with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E49 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • October 31, 1963

    Guests: children's book author Dr. Seuss vocalist Duke Hazlett marriage counselor Dr. Rebecca Liswood and Vogue International fashion show with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E50 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • November 1, 1963

    Guests: singer Peggy March jazz musicians Oscar Peterson and his trio author Vance Packard and the Yum-Yum Girls from the movie "Under the Yum Yum Tree" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E51 Arlene Francis co-hosts

    • November 4, 1963

    Guests: husband-and-wife singing duo Jackie Cain and Roy Kral comedian Bill Daily singer-songwriter Tommy Leonetti and time-lapse photographer John Ott. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E52 Arlene Francis co-hosts

    • November 5, 1963

    Guests: comedian Bill Daily Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang Dixieland trumpet player Roy Liberto weatherman Mathon the Greek and Dr. George Crane of Scientific Marriage Foundation with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E53 Arlene Francis co-hosts

    • November 6, 1963

    Guests: Sterling Hayden blues singer Joe Williams singer-guitarist Lovelace Watkins Mary Louise Allen, executive director of the Florence Crittenton from the Association for Unwed Mothers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E54 Arlene Francis co-hosts

    • November 7, 1963

    Guests: singers Toni Scott and Vince Mauro child psychologist Dr. Louise Ames and Tintex Dye company representative Maureen Moffatt. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E55 Arlene Francis co-hosts

    • November 8, 1963

    Guests: singers Sue Bennett and Joe Williams and Dr. Waldo Fielding author of "Natural Childbirth" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E56 Jayne Mansfield co-hosts

    • November 11, 1963

    Guests: Jayne's husband bodybuilder Mickey Hargitay actress Peggy Wood author of "Arts and Flowers" singer Nancy Wilson and The Four Saints. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E57 Jayne Mansfield co-hosts

    • November 12, 1963

    Guests: Hollywood columnist Sheilah Graham singers Connee Boswell and Bob Carroll and Dr. Frances Horwich of TV's "Ding Dong School" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E58 Jayne Mansfield co-hosts

    • November 13, 1963

    Guests: singers Sam Fletcher and Iris Robin and famed hairstylist Ernie Adler who shows the latest styles with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E59 Jayne Mansfield co-hosts

    • November 14, 1963

    Guests: singer Connee Boswell Count Basie Orchestra and columnist Dr. Walter Alvarez with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E60 Jayne Mansfield co-hosts

    • November 15, 1963

    Guests: Jayne's husband, Mickey Hargitay singer-songwriter Tedd Browne singer Terri Thornton columnist Heloise and Alfred Mosley discusses his auto fatality study with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E61 Tommy Sands co-hosts

    • November 18, 1963

    Guests: Count Basie Orchestra actress Annie Farge organist Lenny Dee and memory expert Harry Lorayne. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E62 Tommy Sands co-hosts

    • November 19, 1963

    Guests: singer Roberta Sherwood The Four Preps with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E63 Tommy Sands co-hosts

    • November 20, 1963

    Guests: actress Ilka Chase comedian Bill Daily Ronnie Cole and the Heavy Weights The Tarriers, along with Dizzy Gillespie and Group. and Howard Raether of the National Funeral Directors Association. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E64 Tommy Sands co-hosts

    • November 21, 1963

    Guests: Tommy's wife, singer Nancy Sinatra Dizzy Gillespie and his quartet actor Red Buttons comedian Bill Daily and Dr. Alvin Becker. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E65 Tommy Sands co-hosts

    • November 22, 1963

    Guests: singer Brook Benton comic Charlie Manna author Father James Keller and Federal Housing administrator Robert C. Weaver Original live Cleveland broadcast featured newsman Bud Dancy reporting on JFK's assassination. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E66 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • November 25, 1963

    Guests: actress Annie Farge, comedian Prof. Irwin Corey and memory expert Harry Lorayne. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E67 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • November 26, 1963

    Guests: actress Margaret O'Brien comedian Jerry Van Dyke and jazz vibraphonist Terry Gibbs. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E68 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • November 27, 1963

    Guests: Roger Conklin comedian Jerry Van Dyke and vocal group The Four Preps. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E69 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • November 29, 1963

    Guests: author Norman Vincent Peale and Roger Conklin of Miami Seaquarium with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E70 Peggy King co-hosts

    • December 2, 1963

    Guests: actor Albert Dekker singer Bill Hayes Billy Maxted and His Manhattan Jazz Band and author Eleanor Weisberger. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E71 Peggy King co-hosts

    • December 3, 1963

    Guests: comic impressionist George Kirby. An "After Six" tuxedo fashion show is presented. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E72 Peggy King co-hosts

    • December 4, 1963

    Guests: actor Albert Dekker comic impressionist George Kirby Si Zentner and his Orchestra pianists Ferrante and Teicher hypnotist Pat Collins and 13-year-old pianists The Pierce Twins. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E73 Peggy King co-hosts

    • December 5, 1963

    Guests: folk group The Tarriers watercolor artist Franklin A. Bates and Mitsuo Fuchida, the Japanese captain who led the air attack on Pearl Harbor. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E74 Peggy King co-hosts

    • December 6, 1963

    Guests: Stella Childress who reads Lincoln's Gettysburg address with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E75 Bob Cummings co-hosts

    • December 9, 1963

    Guests: singer-actor Dennis Day Mickey Re David and advice columnist Prudence Penny with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E76 Frank Marlowe co-hosts

    • December 10, 1963

    Guests: impressionist Frank Gorshin singer Vi Velasco and Drs. Jerome Berlin and L. Benjamin Wychoff with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E77 Phil Ford and Mimi Hines co-hosts

    • December 11, 1963

    Guests: singer Adam Wade and Dr. Daniel Castiel author of "So Fair a House" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E78 Bob Cummings co-hosts

    • December 12, 1963

    Guests: pianist Errol Garner singer Adam Wade comedian Bob Blasser bigotry fighter Gordon Hall and Something Smith and the Redheads with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E79 Col. John "Shorty" Powers co-hosts

    • December 13, 1963

    Guests: singer Damita Jo jazz vocalists Lambert, Hendricks and Bavan columnist Jimmy Rosen and exercise expert Ed Allen. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E80 Shari Lewis co-hosts

    • December 16, 1963

    Guests: comedy team of Ford and Reynolds memory expert Paul Sanker and Zippy the chimp. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E81 Shari Lewis co-hosts

    • December 17, 1963

    Guests: writer Frank Dandridge discusses what it's like to be inside a Black Muslim school with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E82 Shari Lewis co-hosts

    • December 18, 1963

    Guests: author-cartoonist Abner Dean the Gaslight Singers and Little Miss fashions with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E83 Shari Lewis co-hosts

    • December 19, 1963

    Guests: comedian Joe E. Brown cartoonist Abner Dean New Orleans jazz band Ronnie Kole and The Heavyweights and the Burke Family Singers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E84 Shari Lewis co-hosts

    • December 20, 1963

    Guests: comedy team of Ford and Reynolds bigotry fighter Gordon Hall Chef and author James Beard and Judy Doll, Miss Teenage America with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E85 Annie Farge co-hosts

    • December 23, 1963

    with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E86 Annie Farge co-hosts

    • December 24, 1963

    Guests: singer Lou Rawls Jacques Lusseyran author of "And There Was Light" discusses his experience as a leader of the French underground in World War II. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E87 Annie Farge co-hosts

    • December 25, 1963

    Guests: vocalist Damita Jo with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E88 Annie Farge co-hosts

    • December 26, 1963

    with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E89 Annie Farge co-hosts

    • December 27, 1963

    Guests: anthropologist Margaret Mead and French actor Pierre Olaf with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E90 Don Ameche co-hosts

    • December 30, 1963

    Guests: author Richard Gehman singer Janice Harper comedy trio The Ritz Brothers and retired U.S. Air Force brigadier general Dr. Donald D. Flickinger with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Don Ameche discusses his experiences traveling across Europe as host of "International Showtime."

  • S03E91 Don Ameche co-hosts

    • December 31, 1963

    Guests: Jazz musician Duke Ellington comedian Bill Daily Donal MacNamara, former president of the American Society of Criminology discusses the JFK assassination. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E92 Don Ameche co-hosts

    • January 1, 1964

    with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E93 Don Ameche co-hosts

    • January 2, 1964

    Guests: vocalist Janice Harper Circus elephant Burma Monsignor John Romaniello talks about his work helping Chinese refugees in Hong Kong. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E94 Don Ameche co-hosts

    • January 3, 1964

    Guests: Broadway producer David Merrick newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin and former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E95 Louis Armstrong co-hosts

    • January 13, 1964

    Guests: actress Erin O'Brien magician Peter Pit comedian Professor Backwards (James Edmondson Sr.) and Dr. Henry Crawford with "The Smoking Report" with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Louis with Mike on vocals perform "Rockin' Chair", "Lazy Bones", "Gone Fishin'" and "When the Saints Go Marchin' In". Louis and the band perform "When It's Sleepy Time Down South", "My Bucket's Got a Hole In It", and "Struttin' with Some Barbecue".

  • S03E96 Louis Armstrong co-hosts

    • January 14, 1964

    Guests: singer Jewel Brown Chef Joe Darensbourg makes gumbo Dan Hayes executive director of the National Foundation of the March of Dimes talks about birth defects and Joanne Kaufman presents a 1964 White Stag Cruise fashion show with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Mike sings "Samantha" and "True Love". Louis performs "Now You Has Jazz" and "High Society Calypso". Mike sings "It's a Most Unusual Day", "I Remember You" and "Something's Gotta Give". Louis performs "Blueberry Hill" and "Back Home Again in Indiana". Louis and Jewel duet with "St. Louis Blues" and "San Francisco". Mike and Jewel duet to "Lover, Come Back to Me". Jewel sings "My Man". Louis closes with "Mack the Knife".

  • S03E97 Louis Armstrong co-hosts

    • January 15, 1964

    Guests: comedian Allan Drake The DeJohn Sisters Chef Joe Darensbourg Big Chief Moore and Dr. Jeremiah Stamler author of "Your Heart Has Nine Lives" with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: The DeJohn Sisters sing "Teach Me Tonite". Louis performs "A Kiss to Build A Dream On" Mike sings "The Song Is You". Bob Lakner does a Pavlov experiment on a chicken. Mike & Louis do "Ain't Misbehavin'". The DeJohn Sisters sing "Good Morning" and "Fever". Big Chief Moore does "Wabash Blues". Louis performs "Someday". The DeJohn Sisters sing "Pennies From Heaven". Allan Drake does a schtick on the Teenage Lament. Louis does "Sunny Side of the Street".

  • S03E98 Louis Armstrong co-hosts

    • January 16, 1964

    Guests: The Harold Betters Quartet (third appearance) Billy Kyle John Stewart Dr. Joyce Brothers with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Louis performs "Basin Street Blues" with Mike Douglas doing the vocals. Louis performs "Old Man Mose".

  • S03E99 Louis Armstrong co-hosts

    • January 17, 1964

    Guests: vocalist Jewel Brown author David Court jazz trombonist Harold Betters singing duo The DeJohn Sisters and "When The Word Is Given" author Louis Lomax. with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Louis with Mike on vocals do "I Cover the Waterfront". Louis performs "You Rascal You (I'll Be Glad When You're Dead"), "Muskrat Ramble" and " I Can't Give You Anything But Love".

  • S03E100 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • January 20, 1964

    Guests: her husband Bob Green and their 4 month old son Bob Jr. magician Peter Pit and author-adoption authority Marion McLeod with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E101 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • January 21, 1964

    Guests: Jazz musician Ethel Ennis comedian Henny Youngman and psychologist Dr. Eve Jones with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E102 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • January 22, 1964

    Guests: singer Carmen McRae psychiatrist Morton M. Hunt and airline captain George Norwood with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E103 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • January 23, 1964

    Guests: writer Richard Gehman The Andrini Brothers comedians Pompoff-Thedy Family women's archery champion Nancy Vonderheide fitness expert Bonnie Prudden and artist Dorothy Harkins. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E104 Anita Bryant co-hosts

    • January 24, 1964

    Guests: song-and-dance man John W. Bubbles singer-actress Blossom Seeley and Mary Lou Graves, 1964 March of Dimes girl with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E105 Edgar Bergen co-hosts

    • January 27, 1964

    Guests: his daughter actress Candice Bergen Eileen Barton The Caravelles with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E106 Edgar Bergen co-hosts

    • January 28, 1964

    Guests: singer Virginia Wing folk singers The Jolly Swagmen and magician Del Ray. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E107 Edgar Bergen co-hosts

    • January 29, 1964

    Guests: Frances Bergen Jazz pianist Errol Garner actress Ann B. Davis singer Frances Baxter and former policewoman turned crime writer Dorothy Uhnak with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E108 Edgar Bergen co-hosts

    • January 30, 1964

    Guests: Edgar's wife Frances Bergen and daughter Candice Bergen actress Claudia McNeil and Ed Ames with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E109 Edgar Bergen co-hosts

    • January 31, 1964

    Guests: Dagmar actress Joi Lansing The Jolly Swagmen stuntman Ray Snow and a demonstration of the Port-a-Pit foam rubber landing pad for high jumping with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Dagmar sings "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" folksingers The Jolly Swagmen Ellie Frankel plays "Look for the Silver Lining" Monique of Boussac puts on a fashion show of French creations.

  • S03E110 Genevieve co-hosts

    • February 3, 1964

    Guests: actor Gabriel Dell vocalist Dakota Staton and former United States Information Agency (USIA) director Theodore C. Streibert. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E111 Genevieve co-hosts

    • February 4, 1964

    Guests: The Four Preps singer Tina Robin and Dr. Maynard Gertler. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E112 Genevieve co-hosts

    • February 5, 1964

    Guests: singer Frankie Lymon memory expert Harry Lorayne and author Dr. Edgar N. Jackson. with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Genevieve sings "Mademoiselle de Paris." Frankie Lymon sings "When I Grow Too Old to Dream".

  • S03E113 Genevieve co-hosts

    • February 6, 1964

    Guests: tenor Saverio Saridis singer Toni Lee Scott Dr. Charles Ross of the Roswell Institute and prankster Alan Abel and Jean Abel of the Society for Indecency to Naked Animals with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E114 Genevieve co-hosts

    • February 7, 1964

    Guests: singer Eddy Arnold comic xylophone player Roger Ray and Herb Bessai of the Bessai Pipe Shop in Cleveland. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E115 Howard Keel co-hosts

    • February 10, 1964

    Guests: 13-year-old Stevie Wonder Ping Pong players Danny Veigh and John Lehrmann with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E116 Howard Keel co-hosts

    • February 11, 1964

    Guests: singer Sam Cooke comedy team of Frankie Ford and Gary Reynolds author Eleanor Harris Lois Becker, sand painting artist with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Howard Keel sings "The Song is You". Mike sings "I'll Remember April". Mike and Howard duet on "Night and Day". An interview with Women's Lib author Eleanor Harris. The comedy duo of Ford and Reynolds sing "We're on Our Way" Salvation song, done with characters who sin, a gambler, juvenile delinquent and a drunk. Sam Cooke sings "Ain't That Good News". Ford and Reynolds sing "Misty". Sam Cooke talks about his early years in Gospel with the Soul Stirrers Gospel Vocal Group. Sam sings "For Sentimental Reasons and "You Send Me". The Bugs, a comic Beatles imitators group join Mike, Howard, Ford and Reynolds in wigs and mime "She Loves You". Howard Keel sings "If I Loved You", "Some Enchanted Evening" and "This Nearly Was Mine". Lois Becker with sand paintings shows Howard, Frank Ford, Gary Reynolds and Mike how to do-it-yours

  • S03E117 Howard Keel co-hosts

    • February 12, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Annette Funicello hairstylist Ernie Adler and the Village Stompers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E118 Howard Keel co-hosts

    • February 13, 1964

    Guests: trumpeter "Scat" Davis Dr. Selma Glick, assistant director of research for the New York City Youth Board. Cleveland Police officer Anthony Guvernale and Denny the Elephant from the Grotto Circus. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E119 Howard Keel co-hosts

    • February 14, 1964

    Guests: Wing Commander John Taft RCAF and Corp. White, RCAF. Napoleon Hill author of "Think and Grow Rich" bandleader Vincent Lopez and song-and-dance girl Arlene Fontana Howard demonstrates exercises from the Royal Canadian Air Force exercise manual. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E120 Bert Parks co-hosts

    • February 17, 1964

    Guests: Wild Bill Davison and His Group Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Fuller, publisher and editor of Fate Magazine who explain ESP, telepathy and clairvoyance. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E121 Bert Parks co-hosts

    • February 18, 1964

    Guests: Sam Cooke comedienne Bobbi Baker and Dr. Joyce Brothers who discusses teenagers reactions to popular groups or personalities such as The Beatles. with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Sam Cooke sings "Ain't That Good News".

  • S03E122 Bert Parks co-hosts

    • February 19, 1964

    Guests: comedian Bob Blasser The Four Seasons singers Helen O'Connell and Nancy Ray Gail Greene author of "Sex and the College Girl". Bert Parks discusses some of the old "Game Shows" that he used to emcee. and a surprise mystery guest with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E123 Bert Parks co-hosts

    • February 20, 1964

    Guests: comedian Bob Blasser singer Helen O'Connell Jazz trumpeter and bandleader Lee Castle with the Jimmy Dorsey Band and a surprise mystery guest (vocalist Bob Eberle) with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: The band performs "Boogie Woogie" and almost blew off the roof off the 140-seat KYW studio. Helen belts out "Amapola" Bob Eberle sings "Tangerine" *Note: Both vocalists Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberle sang with the Jimmy Dorsey Band in the 1940's and were reunited when Mike and show producer Forrest L. (Woody) Fraser succeeded in staging a mystery guest surprise.

  • S03E124 Bert Parks co-hosts

    • February 21, 1964

    Guests: dance trio The Dunhills singer Lillian Briggs author Louis Lomax and a mystery guest. and Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E125 Dennis Day co-hosts

    • February 24, 1964

    Guests: trumpeter Doc Severinsen jazz pianist Eddie Heywood puppeteer Jimmy Nelson and Norman Dacey author of "What's Wrong with Life Insurance" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E126 Dennis Day co-hosts

    • February 25, 1964

    Guests: singer Vikki Carr ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson film editor Sidney Katz and cancer specialist Dr. John Storer with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E127 Dennis Day co-hosts

    • February 26, 1964

    Guests: actress Angie Dickinson comedian-actor Eddie "Rochester" Anderson The Four Lads and Dr. Donald Olmanson talks about his work in Burma with Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E128 Dennis Day co-hosts

    • February 27, 1964

    Guests: comedian Sid Caesar tenor Don Wilson stage actress Nancy Andrews and singer-pianist Amanda Ambrose with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Dennis Day sings "You Gotta Give Them All You Got".

  • S03E129 Dennis Day co-hosts

    • February 28, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Joi Lansing pianist Eddie Heywood trumpeter Doc Severinson and ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E130 Betty Hutton co-hosts

    • March 2, 1964

    Guests: The Four Saints singer Lulu Porter and Ed Doyle from Florida's Marineland with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E131 Betty Hutton co-hosts

    • March 3, 1964

    Guests: singer-entertainer Blossom Seeley whose life story was the plot for the film "Somebody Loves Me" in which Betty starred. and Edith Ayers R.N. who discusses her article "The Coming Scandal in Nursing". with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E132 Betty Hutton co-hosts

    • March 4, 1964

    Guests: comedy team of Miller and Archer Antoinette Concello of Ringling Bros. Circus who trained Betty for the trapeze work she did in "The Greatest Show on Earth". with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E133 Betty Hutton co-hosts

    • March 5, 1964

    Guests: comedian Godfrey Cambridge actor Michael Dunn and singer Peggy March with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E134 Betty Hutton co-hosts

    • March 6, 1964

    Guests: singer John Sebastian The Notre Dame University Glee Club masseuse Edith Sommers and psychiatric social worker Eleanor Welsberger who discusses the subject of "Child Beating and Parental Anger". with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E135 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 9, 1964

    Guests: singer Margaret Whiting trumpeter Roy Liberto with his Bourbon Street Six comedian Ed Bakey and Ed Maisel author of "Tai-Chi For Health" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E136 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 10, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Eartha Kitt comedian Cliff Arquette as Charley Weaver and former Olympic figure skating champion Dick Button with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E137 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 11, 1964

    Guests: Italian singer Lou Monte Jazz vocalist Gloria Lynne wrestler Ace Freeman and Edgar May author of "The Wasted Americans" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E138 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 12, 1964

    Guests: comedienne Dody Goodman comedian John Byner author Helen Klaben "Hey, I'm Alive". and Iroquois Chief Split Cloud and his family perform their ritual war dance with Ellie Frankel Quintet. *Note: Helen Klaben talks about the 49 days she spent lost in the Yukon after a plane crash.

  • S03E139 Louis Nye co-hosts

    • March 13, 1964

    Guests: singer-pianist Bobby Short singer Molly Bee lasso champion Barbara Autry (sister-in-law of Gene Autry) and check forgery expert Tom Evers. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E140 Judy Canova co-hosts

    • March 16, 1964

    Guests: singer Buddy Greco trumpeter Jonah Jones comedian Joey Forman and ESP expert Peter Hurkos with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E141 Judy Canova co-hosts

    • March 17, 1964

    Guests: comedian Professor Irwin Corey pastry chef Wolfgang and ESP expert Peter Hurkos with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E142 Co-host Judy Canova and Mike sing country songs

    • March 18, 1964

    Guests: singer Buddy Greco singer-actor Peter Palmer comic Joey Forman judges a blueberry pie-eating contest and dog trainer Loral I. Armstrong and her Labrador retrievers. Trudy Schmidt of Lane Bryant with a fashion show for girls with unusual sizes. Mike interviews Sue Spencer author of "African Creeks I Have Been Up".

  • S03E143 Judy Canova co-hosts

    • March 19, 1964

    Guests: Tony Randall singer Roy Hamilton trumpet player Jonah Jones and John Davis Lodge, former Governor of Connecticut who talks about his brother Henry Cabot Lodge's Victory in the New Hampshire primary and the United States foreign policy. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E144 Judy Canova co-hosts

    • March 20, 1964

    Guests: singer Buddy Greco trumpeter Jonah Jones comedian Joey Forman ragtime pianist Bob Durst and psychic Peter Hurkos who tells the part extrasensory perception played in the arrest of a man who may be charged with murder as the "Boston Strangler" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E145 Della Reese co-hosts

    • March 23, 1964

    Guests: Bridge expert Charles Goren singer Roy Hamilton The Novelites and Rev. William Glenesk of New York discusses the role of radio commercials in "selling" religion with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E146 Della Reese co-hosts

    • March 24, 1964

    Guests: comedian Jerry Lester singer Lou Rawls card shark John Scarne and The Novelites with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E147 Della Reese co-hosts

    • March 25, 1964

    Guests: actress Annie Farge trumpet player Jonah Jones comedian Jackie Vernon and handwriting analyst Natalie Schilling with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E148 Della Reese co-hosts

    • March 26, 1964

    Guests: cartoon voice Mel Blanc bandleader Cab Calloway comic actor Jerry Lester and the Harlem Globetrotters with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E149 Della Reese co-hosts

    • March 27, 1964

    Guests: comedian Arnold Stang author Lloyd Mallan hypnotist Pat Collins author Ulick O'Connor and The Buffalo Bills with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E150 Walter Slezak co-hosts

    • March 30, 1964

    Guests: actor-comedian Jerry Lester Vance Packard author of "The Naked Society" and singing group The Womenfolk with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Mike and Walter discuss the use of "spying" devices, lie detectors and probing questionnaires by government and private industry.

  • S03E151 Walter Slezak co-hosts

    • March 31, 1964

    Guests: actor Edward Everett Horton singer Rita Gardner fashion designer Oleg Cassini and author Lloyd Mallan with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Oleg Cassini who discusses some of the clothes he has designed for Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. Edward Everett Horton gives his philosophy on applause. Walter Slezak introduces Mrs. G.E. Faire, a robot slated to appear at the World's Fair.

  • S03E152 Walter Slezak co-hosts

    • April 1, 1964

    Guests singer Betty Johnson comedian Jerry Lester bigotry fighter Gordon Hall folk trio The Big 3 and Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Gordon Hall battler against bigotry talks about hate groups and the growth in public awareness of these groups since the assassination of President Kennedy. Also spotlighted is a hootenaney featuring The Big Three, Bob Gibson, Walter Slezak, Jerry Lester and songstress Betty Johnson.

  • S03E153 Walter Slezak co-hosts

    • April 2, 1964

    Guests: TV Guide critic Cleveland Amory Jazz singer Joe Williams and press agent Jim Moran with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E154 Walter Slezak co-hosts

    • April 3, 1964

    Guests: actor-humorist Orson Bean comedienne Phyllis Diller and sound effects comedian Wes Harrison. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E155 Betty White co-hosts

    • April 6, 1964

    Guests: singer-dancer Joel Grey comedian Howard Morris Anne W. Simon author of "Stepchild in the Family" and First Communion fashions with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E156 Betty White co-hosts

    • April 7, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Steve Allen actress Jayne Meadows comedian Bill Daily a special performance by The Four Coins Black nationalist Malcolm X discusses his conversion to Islam, why he left the Black Muslim organization, the philosophy of black nationalism, his feelings about racial violence and the Senate fillbuster on the civil rights bill. and lip-reading teacher Rose Broberg with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E157 Betty White co-hosts

    • April 8, 1964

    Guests: singer Wayne Newton entertainer Dagmar who gives her opinion on the Clay-Liston fight and the Beatles comedian Bill Daily and Dr. Frank H. Richardson author of "Grandparents and Their Children", discusses the relationship between grandparents, their children and grandchildren. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E158 Betty White co-hosts

    • April 9, 1964

    Guests: boxing champ Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) exercise expert Bonnie Prudden comedy team of Ford & Reynolds and Woodrow Wilson Sayre author of "Four Against Everest". with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E159 Betty White co-hosts

    • April 10, 1964

    Guests: actress Joan Bennett comedian Adam Keefe barbershop quartet The Buffalo Bills the Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company and Dr. Leontine Young author of Wednesday's Children" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E160 Glynis Johns co-hosts

    • April 13, 1964

    Guests: singer Laura Green columnist Drew Pearson exercise expert Debbie Drake and The Four Seasons with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Mike and Laura duet with "Just in Time". The Four Seasons sing a medley of songs.

  • S03E161 Glynis Johns co-hosts

    • April 14, 1964

    Guests: entertainer Bob Hope who recalls his early days in vaudeville. Hope also recalls a time when he came under gunfire while entertaining servicemen actress Monique Van Vooren retired heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano discusses the Liston-Clay fight and newspaper journalist Drew Pearson. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E162 Glynis Johns co-hosts

    • April 15, 1964

    Guests: Glynis reveals her aptitude for judo and tells how she broke two toes kicking Robert Preston singer John Gary tells how he broke the world's record in skin diving comedienne Renee Taylor singer-songwriter Timi Yuro the dance team of Bud and Cece Robinson and attorney Sam Kling reports that American women are demanding more of marriage and giving less with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E163 Glynis Johns co-hosts

    • April 16, 1964

    Guests: model-actress Greta Thyssen (former Miss Denmark) singer John Gary song-and-dance man Jules Munshin Ruby & the Romantics and Robert Goldman author of "Dope Invades the Suburbs" with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Mike opens with "Hundreds of Thousands of Girls in the World". John Gary sings "Warm & Willing", "Ol Sole Mio" and "It's Now or Never" in an Elvis parody. John Gary and Glynis duet with "Honey". Jules Munshin performs "Valentina". Jules shows pictures of the new baby, discusses the unheard of idea of women proposing marriage and the play "In One Bed & Out the Other". Greta Tyson, a former Miss Denmark talks about dieting and how to she keeps her figure. Mike and Jules perform "O'Brien to Ryan to Goldberg". Ruby & the Romantics perform "Our Everlasting Love" and "Our Day Will Come". John Gary with Bow & Arrow Archery demonstration shoots balloons on target, Glynis shoots arrow. John Gary sings "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" and "How Deep is the Ocean". Mike

  • S03E164 Glynis Johns co-hosts

    • April 17, 1964

    Guests: actor Roger Perry singer Jane Johnson The Diamonds diamond importer Larry Robinson and Vernon G. MacKenzie discusses air pollution with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E165 Dave Garroway co-hosts

    • April 20, 1964

    Guests: vibraphonist Red Norvo Jazz vocalist Toni Lee Scott and Dr. Carleton Fredericks with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E166 Dave Garroway co-hosts

    • April 21, 1964

    Guests: Press agent Jim Moran violinist Erick Friedman Jazz musician Bobby Hackett vibraphonist Red Norvo comic Charlie Manna and Dr. Frank Baxter with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E167 Dave Garroway co-hosts

    • April 22, 1964

    Guests: The Lettermen Italian singer Katyna Ranieri astrologer Sybil Leek and auto safety expert Albert Mosley. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E168 Dave Garroway co-hosts

    • April 23, 1964

    Guests: actress Jan Sterling Jazz pianist Erroll Garner songstress Timi Yuro and journalist-author Vance Packard with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E169 Dave Garroway co-hosts

    • April 24, 1964

    Guests: humorist Harry Golden singer-actress Marion Marlowe Jazz musician Bobby Hackett Opera singer Blanche Thebom and author Andrew Tully with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E170 Jane Wyatt co-hosts

    • April 27, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Rolf Harris comedian Ronnie Martin rope trick artist Montie Montana Barbara Lang author of "Boys and Other Beasts" and acts from the Montana Centennial Train including The Del Rose Trio. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E171 Jane Wyatt co-hosts

    • April 28, 1964

    Guests: comedian Norm Crosby folksinging group Joe and Eddie and photographer John Ott with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E172 Jane Wyatt co-hosts

    • April 29, 1964

    Guests: actress Corinne Calvet singer-accordion player Dick Contino comedian Mickey Shaughnessy singer Lonnie Sattin bird expert Lou Gaeta and Dior fur fashion show with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E173 Jane Wyatt co-hosts

    • April 30, 1964

    Guests: comic actor Wally Cox singer Sue Raney Jazz pianist Bill Doggett Dr. John E. Allen who discusses birth defects and The J's with Jaimie with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E174 Jane Wyatt co-hosts

    • May 1, 1964

    Guests: singer-actor Adam Wade comedian Marty Ingels Coloratura Opera singer Anita Paul and Pioneer aviatrix Jerrie Mock, who was the first woman to fly solo around the World. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E175 Gisele MacKenzie co-hosts

    • May 4, 1964

    Guests: fashion model Candy Jones comedian Bruce Scott and pop duo Chad Stuart and Jeremey Clyde with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E176 Gisele MacKenzie co-hosts

    • May 5, 1964

    Guests: folksinger Leon Bibb Dr. Bergen Evans and author Warren Leslie with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E177 Gisele MacKenzie co-hosts

    • May 6, 1964

    Guests: Dr. Joyce Brothers musicians Lord Radio and his Calypsonians The Magid Triplets and author-physician Dr. Bernard Dryer. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E178 Gisele MacKenzie co-hosts

    • May 7, 1964

    Guests: singer Vaughn Monroe xylophonist Roger Ray and author Frank Edwards author of "Strange World", says there is documented evidence of the existence of "flying saucers" and creatures from other planets visiting Earth with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E179 Gisele MacKenzie co-hosts

    • May 8, 1964

    Guests: comedian Tim Conway Myrus the Mentalist The Dukes of Dixieland and Victor Balluff of the ASPCA. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E180 Jack E. Leonard co-hosts

    • May 11, 1964

    Guests: musical comedy star Joel Grey impressionist Rich Little sportscaster Mel Allen and former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E181 Jack E. Leonard co-hosts

    • May 12, 1964

    Guests: actor Paul Richards (of the TV drama "Breaking Point") folksinger Nancy Ames dancer-actor Joel Grey and author Martin A. Gardner with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E182 Jack E. Leonard co-hosts

    • May 13, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Barbara McNair tennis star Pancho Gonzales singer-songwriter Tommy Leonetti and ballet dancer Yvonne Constant with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E183 Jack E. Leonard co-hosts

    • May 14, 1964

    Guests: comedian Ed Bakey (as Eddie Greensleeves, folksinger) Woody Herman the the Orchestra vocalist Laura Lane The Willis Sisters psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers and fitness expert Adele Kenyon with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E184 Jack E. Leonard co-hosts

    • May 15, 1964

    Guests: dancer-actor Joel Grey and singer Eileen Barton with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E185 Pat Suzuki co-hosts

    • May 18, 1964

    Guests: pianist Big Tiny Little Jazz pianist Erroll Garner comedian Tim Conway Peg Bracken author of "I Try to Behave Myself" and Mrs. Eileen Roddick-Roberts of the New York Convention and Visitors Bureau. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E186 Pat Suzuki co-hosts

    • May 19, 1964

    Guests: singer Jerry Vale comedian Adam Keefe nutrition expert Dr. Carleton Fredericks and Ben Bagdikian author of "In the Midst of Plenty" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E187 Pat Suzuki co-hosts

    • May 20, 1964

    Guests: actor Chester Morris author Marie Killilea and singing duo The DeJohn Sisters with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E188 Pat Suzuki co-hosts

    • May 21, 1964

    Guests: actress Lilia Skala singer Jerry Vale comedian Charlie Manna and TV Guide writer Richard Gehman. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E189 Pat Suzuki co-hosts

    • May 22, 1964

    Guests: recording star Ray Charles comedian Tim Conway Opera singer Blanche Thebom former heavyweight champions Joe Louis Ezzard Charles and Jersey Joe Walcott discuss the Liston-Ali fight. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E190 Dorothy Collins co-hosts

    • May 25, 1964

    Guests: Broadway performer Jack DeLon author Lois Wyse and ESP expert David Hoy. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E191 Dorothy Collins co-hosts

    • May 26, 1964

    Guests: singer Snooky Lanson, her former co-host on Your Hit Parade TV critic Cleveland Amory actress Betty Sinclair and Ruth Montgomery author of "Mrs. L.B.J." with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E192 Dorothy Collins co-hosts

    • May 27, 1964

    Guests: actor-singer Howard Keel comedian Tim Conway TV personality Woody Woodbury psychotherapist Mrs. George Bonham and Robert C. Ettinger author of "Prospect of Immortality" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E193 Dorothy Collins co-hosts

    • May 28, 1964

    Guests: actor Gary Lockwood singer-actor Bobby Breen comedian Ronnie Martin and Marineland of Florida tour guide Ronnie Capo. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E194 Dorothy Collins co-hosts

    • May 29, 1964

    Guests: Jazz musician Lionel Hampton singer John Gary actor Paul Richards and plastic surgeon Dr. Edith Peritz with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E195 Jackie Mason co-hosts

    • June 1, 1964

    Guests: actor Ray Milland comedian Myron Cohen singer Marilyn Savage and singing duo The DeJohn Sisters with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E196 Jackie Mason co-hosts

    • June 2, 1964

    Guests: actor John Conte musician Harold Betters comedy team of Gaylord and Holiday and marriage counselor Dr. Rebecca Liswood with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E197 Jackie Mason co-hosts

    • June 3, 1964

    actress Joan Manning attorney Sam Kling comedy team of Gaylord and Holiday and George Fiefer author of "Justice in Moscow" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E198 Jackie Mason co-hosts

    • June 4, 1964

    Guests: folksinger-actor Leon Bibb Billy Maxted and His Manhattan Jazz Band commercial actor Sid Stone and author and civil rights expert William Stringfellow with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E199 Jackie Mason co-hosts

    • June 5, 1964

    Guests: singer Betty Madigan actress Ilka Chase and American League Umpire Larry Napp with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E200 Sheilah Graham co-hosts

    • June 8, 1964

    Guests: Governor George C. Wallace of Alabama bandleader-songwriter Sammy Kaye actress Rosemary Prinz author Timi Kietlin and six New England Governors, Reed of Maine, Dempsey of Connecticut, Chafee of Rhode Island, Hoff of Vermont, King of New Hampshire and Peabody of Massachusetts with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E201 Sheilah Graham co-hosts

    • June 9, 1964

    Guests: French actor Jean-Pierre Aumont dancer-actor Dan Dailey ESP expert and mind reader Peter Hurkos Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra and Governor Mark Hatfield (R-OR) with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Jean-Pierre Aumont sings "C'est Si Bon".

  • S03E202 Sheilah Graham co-hosts

    • June 10, 1964

    Guests: actor Jack Kelly dancer-actor Dan Dailey Scottish singer Martin Walker sings a medley of Scotch folk songs John Martino author of "I Was Castro's Prisoner" and J. Fred Muggs, Dave Garroway's chimpanzee side-kick impersonates Ed Sullivan with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E203 Sheilah Graham co-hosts

    • June 11, 1964

    Guests: Country singer Roger Miller dancer-actor Dan Dailey singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels and psychotherapist Mrs. George Bonham with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E204 Sheilah Graham co-hosts

    • June 12, 1964

    Guests: comedienne-actress Betty White TV game show host Allen Ludden comedian Marty Ingels singer Anita Mello and fashion model-writer Candy Jones author of "Look Your Best" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E205 The Four Freshmen co-host

    • June 15, 1964

    Guests: comedian Jerry Van Dyke and columnist Jack Smith with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E206 The Four Freshmen co-host

    • June 16, 1964

    Guests: comedian-actor Jerry Van Dyke singer-actress Karen Morrow tap dancers Bunny Briggs and Baby Laurence and Carol Taylor founder of The Negro Women on the March, explains the purpose of that organization with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: The Four Freshmen sing "Somebody Loves Me".

  • S03E207 The Four Freshmen co-host

    • June 17, 1964

    Guests: comedian Jackie Vernon lyric soprano Vivian Della Chiesa actress Enid Markey and John Harris with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E208 The Four Freshmen co-host

    • June 18, 1964

    Guests: actor Dan Dailey actress Kathy Nolan humorist Harry Golden comic Al Kelly and The Rolling Stones with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: The Stones performed "Carol" live and lipsynched "Not Fade Away", "Tell Me" and "I Just Wanna Make Love To You".

  • S03E209 The Four Freshmen co-host

    • June 19, 1964

    Guests: singer Aretha Franklin double talk comedian Al Kelly and Dr. William Herman discusses the emotional immaturity of many parents with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: The Four Freshmen sing "Moon River". Aretha Franklin sings "Once in a Lifetime".

  • S03E210 Cliff Arquette co-hosts

    • June 22, 1964

    Guests: singers Eartha Kitt and Jimmy Rushing. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E211 Cliff Arquette co-hosts

    • June 23, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Barbara McNair actress Jan Sterling dancer-singer Vic Dana author Margaret Kreig and yo-yo champions The Lorenz Sisters (Linda and Judy Lorenz of Akron, Ohio). with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E212 Cliff Arquette co-hosts

    • June 24, 1964

    Guests: actor Tony Dow of "Leave It to Beaver" singer-actress Barbara McNair Dixieland bandlearer Roy Liberto and Dr. Frances Howich of Ding, Dong School discusses "Should Advertising be Aimed at Children?" with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Cliff Arquette plays the Clavietta or "mouth piano".

  • S03E213 Cliff Arquette co-hosts

    • June 25, 1964

    Guests: actress Annie Farge folk singer Joan Toliver Robert Trumbull author of "The Scrutable East" comedy writer Jack Douglas and Reiko and their son Bobby Douglas. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E214 Cliff Arquette co-hosts

    • June 26, 1964

    Guests: actress Jan Sterling TV personality Peggy Cass cartoonist Bill Turner singer Toni Arden Mike Arquette and children Lisa and Mitchell Gabriel with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E215 Chubby Checker co-hosts

    • June 29, 1964

    Guests: folk singer Nancy Ames bandleader Vincent Lopez the dance team of Helene and Howard and author Isadore Zimmerman. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E216 Chubby Checker co-hosts

    • June 30, 1964

    Guests: actress Annie Farge Jazz singer Ethel Ennis singer-dancer Durward Kirby comedian Marc London and Joanne Klunder, the window of slain civil rights demonstrator Bruce Klunder with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E217 Chubby Checker co-hosts

    • July 1, 1964

    Guests: comedians Joe E. Brown and Joey Forman singer Diahn Williams and write-in candidate for president Daniel X.B. Schwartz with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E218 Chubby Checker co-hosts

    • July 2, 1964

    Guests: TV host-personality Bert Parks actress-singer Rosemary Prinz and Dr. Joyce Brothers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E219 Chubby Checker co-hosts

    • July 3, 1964

    Guests: Chubby's wife Rina (Catharina Lodders) entertainer Wayne Newton TV host Robert Q. Lewis singer Phyllis Conway performer Melodye Condos (daughter of Martha Raye) and author Alvin Schwartz with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E220 Carol Lawrence co-hosts

    • July 6, 1964

    Guests: musician Ronnie Martin and a mystery guest from Carol's past with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E221 Carol Lawrence co-hosts

    • July 7, 1964

    Guests: comedian Tim Conway classical guitarist Carlos Montoya folksong writer Steve DePass Dr. Orvan Hess, professor of obstetrics at Yale University, discusses natural childbirth with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E222 Carol Lawrence co-hosts

    • July 8, 1964

    Guests: flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya folk singer Steve DePass and author Frank Harvey. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E223 Carol Lawrence co-hosts

    • July 9, 1964

    Guests: actress Tippi Hedren actor-photographer Roddy McDowall comedian Sid Melton and British pop duo Peter and Gordon with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E224 Carol Lawrence co-hosts

    • July 10, 1964

    Guests: actor-photographer Roddy McDowall singer-actor Frankie Avalon and singer-comedian Jerry Lester with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Lester and McDowall present their version of the ballet "Swan Lake". Lester sings "Isle of Capri".

  • S03E225 Soupy Sales co-hosts

    • July 13, 1964

    Guests: singer Helen O'Connell comic-singer Timmie Rogers Miss Universe contestants and a Drivitron demonstration with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E226 Soupy Sales co-hosts

    • July 14, 1964

    Guests: model-actress-singer Joi Lansing pianist, composer, comedian, writer Stan Freeman actor Tiger Joe Marsh and The Brooks Sisters with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E227 Soupy Sales co-hosts

    • July 15, 1964

    Guests: actors David Nelson and Mike Minor folksinger Buffy Sainte-Marie and feather collector Fanny Richards, demonstrates the use of feathers in fashion. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E228 Soupy Sales co-hosts

    • July 16, 1964

    Guests: songstress Jane Morgan singer Jerry Wallace actor Chester Morris and comedian Adam Keefe with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E229 Soupy Sales concludes his co-hosting duties

    • July 17, 1964

    Guests: pianist-composer Peter Nero impressionist Marilyn Michaels singer-guitarist Frank D'Rone and political scientist Dr. Will Irwin. Plus, a pie-throwing (150) farewell to Soupy. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E230 Buddy Greco co-hosts

    • July 20, 1964

    Guests: ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and his dummy Danny O'Day actress Nobu McCarthy psychologist Dr. Eleanor Weisberger and a group of college students called the New Prince Spaghetti Minstrels with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E231 Buddy Greco co-hosts

    • July 21, 1964

    Guests: Buddy's wife actress Dani Crayne singer June Valli and comedian Pete Barbutti with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E232 Buddy Greco co-hosts

    • July 22, 1964

    Guests: actor Roger Smith comic Jerry Shane The Four Freshmen and A. D. Buchmueller, the executive director of the Child Study Association of America. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E233 Buddy Greco co-hosts

    • July 23, 1964

    Guests: Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard and his wife of five days Ariane Tebbenjohanns and his lawyer F. Lee Bailey comedy team of Ford & Reynolds fitness expert Debbie Drake and TV personality Henry Morgan who walked off in protest at the appearance of Dr. Sheppard with Ellie Frankel Quintet. *Note: Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard was serving time at the Ohio Penitentiary after being convicted of second-degree-murder and sentenced to life imprisonment in the slaying of his wife Marilyn at their Bay Village hom on July 4, 1954. The former osteopath's license was indefinitely suspended in 1957 by the State Medical Board. Sheppard was free on federal bond, a three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held Wednesday in Akron that his $10,000 bond and his freedom were valid until the court could decide if the U.S. District Court order for his release would stand.

  • S03E234 Buddy Greco co-hosts

    • July 24, 1964

    Guests: actor Brock Peters actress Ina Balin TV personality Edd Byrnes and the comedy team of Lewis and Christy. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E235 Regis Philbin is the guest host for the week while Mike is on vacation.

    • July 27, 1964

    Guests: comedian Bill Daily vocalists The DeJohn Sisters ESP expert David Hoy and karate specialists Robert R. Buchanan and son. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E236 Regis Philbin guest host

    • July 28, 1964

    Guests: singer Kaye Stevens comedian Jackie Vernon singing duo Lois Hunt and Earl Wrightson Jazz pianist Joe Bushkin and C. Vern Olmstead, president of Armour Food Service Company, shows housewives how to cup up a side of beef with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E237 Regis Philbin guest host

    • July 29, 1964

    Guests: impressionist-actor Frank Gorshin singer Carmel Quinn comedian-actor Bill Daily Professor James Silver and wrestler Freddy Blassie (accidentally breaks one of Philbin's fingers and sprains another.) with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E238 Regis Philbin guest host displays his wounds as a result of Wednesday's wrestling match

    • July 30, 1964

    Guests: comedian Bill Cosby actor Paul Richards singer Anita Bryant author Harry Golden discusses the issue of police brutality in the race riots and Tito Rodriquez and his band with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Harry Golden sings "I'm Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage".

  • S03E239 Regis Philbin guest host concludes his hosting duties.

    • July 31, 1964

    Guests: actor Pat O'Brien folksinger Steve DePass with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E240 Dale Robertson co-hosts

    • August 3, 1964

    Guests: Erroll Flynn's widow, Patrice Wymore and their daughter, Arnella Flynn TV personality Hugh Downs The Sherwood Sisters and mentalist Dunninger. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E241 Dale Robertson co-hosts

    • August 4, 1964

    Guests: pianist Jo Ann Castle actors Rodd Redwing and Dan Snow and Thomas A. Gipson, a beauty shop operator who resembles Sen. Barry Goldwater. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E242 Dale Robertson co-hosts

    • August 5, 1964

    Guests: actor Robert Horton actress Whitney Blake singer Nancy Ames jazz trumpeter Don Goldie and hypnotist Traian "Ted" Boyer. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E243 Dale Robertson co-hosts

    • August 6, 1964

    Guests: Dale's wife, Lula Mae Maxey comedian Bill Cosby and vocalists The Clinger Sisters. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E244 Dale Robertson co-hosts

    • August 7, 1964

    Guests: vocalist Jody Miller TV personality Hugh Downs jazz drummer Louie Bellson and 15-month-old swimmer Michael Hlad. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E245 Tessie O'Shea co-hosts

    • August 10, 1964

    Guests: comedian Frank Fontaine actor Tony Dow pop singer Billy Davis Jr. (later part of duo with Marilyn McCoo and Barney Ross, director of the John F. Kennedy Library Exhibit with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E246 Tessie O'Shea co-hosts

    • August 11, 1964

    Guests: actors Michael Callan and Greg Morris singer Peggy March comic Johnny Matson and pop art painter Eileen Ingalls with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E247 Tessie O'Shea co-hosts

    • August 12, 1964

    Guests: actor Sal Mineo folksinger-songwriter Nancy Ames, the TW3 girl and Diane Place, of the Food and Drug Administration, exibits quack medicines. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E248 Tessie O'Shea co-hosts

    • August 13, 1964

    Guests: comedian Jack E. Leonard tenor Sergio Franchi and musical comedy stars Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E249 Tessie O'Shea co-hosts

    • August 14, 1964

    Guests: folksingers Bud and Travis comedian Morty Gunty free lance magazine writer Ken Armstrong and Dr. Charles Bish, of the National Education Association with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E250 Gloria Swanson co-hosts

    • August 17, 1964

    Guests: singer Phyllis McGuire comedian Woody Allen astrologer Sydney Omarr impressionist John Byner singing duo Jan and Dean and folksingers The Phoenix Singers with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E251 Gloria Swanson co-hosts

    • August 18, 1964

    Guests: bandleader Woody Herman songstress Hildegarde voice mimic Frank Raines (Mr. Echo) and ESP expert Harold Sherman author of "How to Make ESP Work for You" with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E252 Gloria Swanson co-hosts

    • August 19, 1964

    Guests: actor George Nader songstress Rose Murphy and ventriloquist Russ Lewis and Jazz bass player Slam Stewart with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E253 Gloria Swanson co-hosts

    • August 20, 1964

    Guests: Dr. Joyce Brothers pop singer Skip Cunningham and John Lodge, Republican gubernatorial candidate in Connecticut with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E254 Gloria Swanson co-hosts

    • August 21, 1964

    Guests: Herbert A. Philbrick, author of "I Led Three Lives" songstress Susan Barrett comedian-poet Henry Gibson and Gertrude Behana, author of the autobiographical book, "The Late Liz", (pen name- Elizabeth Burns) with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E255 Phil Ford & Mimi Hines co-host

    • August 24, 1964

    Guests: folksingers Addis & Crofut (Steve Addiss and Bill Crofut) sculptor Clarence Van Duzer and the Newport All Stars Jazz Band with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E256 Phil Ford & Mimi Hines co-host

    • August 25, 1964

    Guests: comedian Bill Cosby Jazz trumpeter Muggsy Spanier and psychic Peter Hurkos with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E257 Phil Ford & Mimi Hines co-host

    • August 26, 1964

    Guests: etiquette expert Amy Vanderbilt songwriter Matt Dennis and his wife Virginia "Ginny" Maxey with Ellie Frankel Quintet. Highlights: Phil Ford and Mimi Hines play games on a Burroughs B-200 computer. Composer Matt Dennis and his wife Ginny sing.

  • S03E258 Phil Ford & Mimi Hines co-host

    • August 27, 1964

    Guests: World heavyweight champion Cassius Clay (aka Muhammad Ali) magazine writer Richard Gehman and songwriter Matt Dennis with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E259 Phil Ford & Mimi Hines co-host

    • August 28, 1964

    Guests: author-magazine editor Richard Gehman Ed McMahon, announcer for "The Johnny Carson Show" folksinger Tom Glazer and The Three Stooges with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E260 Mel Torme co-hosts

    • August 31, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Robert Q. Lewis actress Ruth Lee folk singer Joan Manning and Carmen Caballero. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E261 Mel Torme co-hosts

    • September 1, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Robert Q. Lewis singer Susan Barrett comedian Bob Blaser and Fransister Laurel Elizabeth Keyes discusses the religious movement The Order of Fransisters and Brothers. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E262 Mel Torme co-hosts

    • September 2, 1964

    Guests: actor Ty Hardin singer Louise O'Brien humorist Harry Golden R&B singer Timi Yuro and "A Matter of Life Or Death; The Incredible Story of Krebiozen" author Herbert Bailey. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E263 Mel Torme co-hosts

    • September 3, 1964

    Guests: actress Jayne Mansfield singer Felicia Sanders comedian Vaughn Meader swing band Stan Rubin and his Tigertown Five with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

  • S03E264 Mel Torme co-hosts

    • September 4, 1964

    Guests: actress Jayne Mansfield Country singer Hank Williams Jr. comedian-impersonator Vaughn Meader and psychologist Dr. George W. Crane. with Ellie Frankel Quintet.

Season 4

  • S04E01 Paul Lynde co-hosts

    • September 7, 1964

    Guests: Jazz singer Ethel Ennisactor Jesse Pearson and musician Ronnie Martin.

  • S04E02 Paul Lynde co-hosts

    • September 8, 1964

    Guests: actor Clu Gulager Broadway star humorist Jonathan Miller Jazz singer Marilyn Burroughs and John Howard Griffin author of "Black Like Me".

  • S04E03 Paul Lynde co-hosts

    • September 9, 1964

    Guests: comedienne Dody Goodman singer John Gary Jazz pianist Teddy Wilson author-critic Harry Golden and Alan Weber, inventor of the Boombah instructs the guests on how to make music on the instrument.

  • S04E04 Paul Lynde co-hosts

    • September 10, 1964

    Guests: actor Paul Richards actress Gloria DeHaven singer Gisele Mackenzie contender for the world’s middleweight championship Don Fullmer and psychologist Dr. George W. Crane.

  • S04E05 Paul Lynde co-hosts

    • September 11, 1964

    Guests: TV Personality George Jessel actor Vince Howard of "Mr. Novak" actor Dennis Weaver of "Gunsmoke" and "Kentucky Jones".

  • S04E06 Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts

    • September 14, 1964

    Guests: comic actor Bill Dana musician Carlos Montoya director Larry Peerce film producer Sam Weston and comedy team Rowan and Martin.

  • S04E07 Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts

    • September 15, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Barbara McNair singer Margaret Truman Dr. Robert Baird author of "Narcoticsville" comedy troupe The Pompoff-Thedy Family and Marimba musician Jose Bethencourt.

  • S04E08 Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts

    • September 16, 1964

    Guests: actor James Shigeta comedians Pat Harrington Jr. and Lenny Kent guitarist Lenny Breau The McCleverly Jazz Group and Herman Krimmel, director of Cleveland Center on Alcoholism.

  • S04E09 Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts

    • September 17, 1964

    Guests: actor Brian Kelly of Flipper actress Kathy Nolan of Broadside composer-musician Stan Freeman comedy team of Curtiss and Tracey and Dr. Arthur Cain author of Down With Alcoholics Anonymous"

  • S04E10 Cornelia Otis Skinner co-hosts

    • September 18, 1964

    Guests: Robert Vaughn of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." comedian Adam Keefe and singer January Jones.

  • S04E11 June Allyson co-hosts

    • September 21, 1964

    Guests: comedian-actor Bill Daily comedian Jerry Lester burlesque queen Ann Corio star of "This Was Burlesque" Helen Gurley Brown author of "Sex and the Office" hairstylist Ernie Adler and James Hill of the St. Louis Cardinals.

  • S04E12 June Allyson co-hosts

    • September 22, 1964

    Guests: tenor Richard Tucker actress Nancy Walker comedian-actor Bill Daily comedian Will Jordan football star Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns Lou Groza shows how he kicks the football for his extra points record and Eric Renner, representative of International Guiding Eye, talks about the organization's work in training seeing eye dogs.

  • S04E13 June Allyson co-hosts

    • September 23, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Della Reese guitarist Glenn Maxwell Max Wylie author of "Gift of Janice" hairstylist Ernie Adler Pele Tiki and the Hawaiians Miss Sweet Sixteen of America and films from School for the Blind.

  • S04E14 June Allyson co-hosts

    • September 24, 1964

    Charlton Heston Efrem Zimbalist Jr. who went "on location" with Tony Trabert and Billy Talbert for a tennis match. and comedian Shelley Berman

  • S04E15 June Allyson co-hosts

    • September 25, 1964

    Guests: Efrem Zimbalist Jr. comedian Tim Conway vocalist Diahn Williams actor-comedian Shelley Berman and author Simeon Booker discusses "Black Man's America".

  • S04E16 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • September 28, 1964

    Guests: actor Danny Thomas singer Bob Eberly radio personality Bob Hagen The Mattison Trio Burt Griffin of the Warren Commission and Lord Burgess

  • S04E17 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • September 29, 1964

    Guests: bandleader Xavier Cugat and his protege Charo Baeza singer Joe Williams comedian Mark London and author Harold Sherman.

  • S04E18 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • September 30, 1964

    Guests: "The Nurses" star Shirl Conway gossip columnist Doris Lilly author of "How to Marry a Millionaire" and "How to Make Love in Five Languages" comedian Will Jordan and ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and his dummy Danny O'Day

  • S04E19 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • October 1, 1964

    Guests: TV personality George Jessel Opera singer Blanche Thebom singing duo of Chad and Jeremy comedian Yonely astrologer Catherine de Jersey and Dr. Eleanor Weisberger, child therapist from University Hospitals in Cleveland talks about "What To Tell Children About Sex." Highlights: Phyllis cooks her "Garbage Soup". Blanche Thebom sings "Mother Machree".

  • S04E20 Phyllis Diller co-hosts

    • October 2, 1964

    Guests: Harold Betters jazz trombonist and his group comedy team of Colvin & Wilder singer Gale Garnett James Mangan claims to own outer space and offers passports to outer space. and the firemen of Station 13 in Cleveland bring Phyllis a corsage in appreciation of her prowess as a cook, they ate the "Garbage Soup" she cooked yesterday.

  • S04E21 Johnny Desmond co-hosts

    • October 5, 1964

    Guests: TV personality George Jessel French actress Denise Darcel and Lucho Navarro does sound effects.

  • S04E22 Johnny Desmond co-hosts

    • October 6, 1964

    Guests: French singer Jean-Pierre Aumont actor-comedian Mickey Manners discusses his role in "Many Happy Returns" singer-actress Susan Barrett presents impressions and the 1965 Ice Capades Stars, Aia Zanova Tommy Litz, The Jelineks and Romayne and Spanky.

  • S04E23 Johnny Desmond co-hosts

    • October 7, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Regis Philbin actor Brock Peters comedian Morey Amsterdam and trumpeter Jonah Jones.

  • S04E24 Johnny Desmond co-hosts

    • October 8, 1964

    Guests: comedian Morey Amsterdam actress-model Ann Marie TV critic Cleveland Amory talks about his work with the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Dr. Paul P. Mok talks about parenthood. Highlights: Ann Marie sings "Make Someone Happy".

  • S04E25 Johnny Desmond co-hosts

    • October 9, 1964

    Guests: actress Caroline Richter Jazz musician Jonah Jones and comic Billy Hands.

  • S04E26 Dorothy Louden co-hosts

    • October 12, 1964

    Guests: comic Phil Foster singer Johnny Nash exercise expert Debbie Drake and George Johnson author of "The Abominable Airlines"

  • S04E27 Dorothy Louden co-hosts

    • October 13, 1964

    Guests: songstress Sarah Vaughan actress Nina Foch comedian Buddy Lester offers "Just a Little Bit of Africa" and a Jazz pianist will be a surprise guest.

  • S04E28 Dorothy Louden co-hosts

    • October 14, 1964

    Guests: actor Roger Smith sings and plays guitar actress Pat Woodell, Jeannine Riley and Linda Kaye offer Mike an autographed petticoat press agent Jim Moran reveals his solution to problem marriages Fred Cook author of "The FBI Nobody Knows". and members of the Garfield Heights High School Marching Band.

  • S04E29 Dorothy Louden co-hosts

    • October 15, 1964

    Guests: pop singer Ed Ames songstress Sarah Vaughan Art Moger author of "Some of My Best Friends are People". and champion jet car driver Art Sreons.

  • S04E30 Dorothy Louden co-hosts

    • October 16, 1964

    Guests: Gig Young and introduces his wife Victoria Shaw comedian Adam Keefe attorney Melvin Belli, former defense counsel for Jack Ruby and Ambassador Biddle Duke, U.S. Chief of Protocol Angier tells about the intricate details involved when planning the State funeral for the late President Kennedy.

  • S04E31 Rhonda Fleming co-hosts

    • October 19, 1964

    Guests: actor Raymond Massey who reads "The Worth of Medicine" singer Marguerite Piazza George Shearing Quintet and Dr. Walter Jacob fo the New Jersey training school for the Mentally Retarded Children says new drugs offer hope.

  • S04E32 Rhonda Fleming co-hosts

    • October 20, 1964

    Guests: singer Enzo Stuarti guitarist Les Paul actor Bruce Miller hairstylist Ernie Adler Dr. Michael Pap and Rhonda's designer Alberto Y. Zuelema does commentary for a fashion show.

  • S04E33 Rhonda Fleming co-hosts

    • October 21, 1964

    Guests: singer Enzo Stuarti comic humorist Harry Hershfield songstress Gigi Galon Mrs. Fernande Garvin offers how to cook French style and Cliff Williamson demonstrates the new 'Picture TV phones. *Note: Gigi Galon was discovered by Red Skelton.

  • S04E34 Rhonda Fleming co-hosts

    • October 22, 1964

    Guests: Tony Randall singer-actor Allan Jones sings "Donkey Serenade" dancers Phil Lawrence and Mitzi Norman F. Dacey author of "What's Wrong With Your Life Insurance?" and Marsha Israel discusses the sleeveless Cardigan.

  • S04E35 Rhonda Fleming co-hosts

    • October 23, 1964

    Guests: Edmund O'Brien dancer-actress Olga San Juan comedian George Kirby child therapist Dr. Marilyn Bonham and mail order king Joe E. Cossman.

  • S04E36 Gale Storm co-hosts

    • October 26, 1964

    Guests: comedy team of Ford and Hines baritone John Noble Paul Keller editor of "Signals" news bulletin and social critic Marya Mannes.

  • S04E37 Gale Storm co-hosts

    • October 27, 1964

    Guests: TV personality George Jessel singer-author Margaret Truman Baseball pitcher Bob Wright and Hillel Black author of "Buy Now, Pay Later".

  • S04E38 Gale Storm co-hosts

    • October 28, 1964

    Guests: comedienne Totie Fields singer Jimmy Rosselli fitness expert Bonnie Prudden and Paul Molloy author of "Pennant for the Kremlin"

  • S04E39 Gale Storm co-hosts

    • October 29, 1964

    Guests: actor Mischa Auer comedian Jackie Mason singer Patrice Munsel folksinger Tom Glazer Jazz singer Penny Metropolis and Genevieve Dariaux author of "Elegance". Highlights: Penny sings "Little Girl Blue".

  • S04E40 Gale Storm co-hosts

    • October 30, 1964

    Guests: singer-actor Bill Hayes astrologer Sybil Leek The Kirby Stone Four Congressman Adam Clayton and bee keeper Otto Cossman.

  • S04E41 Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts

    • November 2, 1964

    Guests: Elliott Gould vaudevillian John Bubbles humorist Harry Herschfield Senator Wendell H. Ford and author Robert Rimmer.

  • S04E42 Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts

    • November 3, 1964

    Guests: dancer Marge Champion comedian Norm Crosby The Kirby Stone Four snake handler Mike Turnaukas milks a snake and Dr. Samuel Goodstone author of "The Doctor Has a Heart Attack".

  • S04E43 Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts

    • November 4, 1964

    Guests: singer-musician Leon Bibb folksingers The Simon Sisters magician Don Alan columnist Polly Cramer writer Max Shulman and Miles Benadum demonstrates the "air car".

  • S04E44 Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts

    • November 5, 1964

    Guests: comedian Norm Crosby The Brandywine Singers Lein Huai Chai Nancy Perkins and Dr. Lester Coleman.

  • S04E45 Anna Maria Alberghetti co-hosts

    • November 6, 1964

    Guests: comedian-actor Jerry Van Dyke lawyer Melvin Belli and author David Solomon.

  • S04E46 Rudy Vallee co-hosts

    • November 9, 1964

    Guests: singer Roberta Sherwood comedian-actor Bill Daily folksingers The Simon Sisters and Dr. Frederick Stare, author of "Sense and Nonsense about Nutrition"

  • S04E47 Rudy Vallee co-hosts

    • November 10, 1964

    Guests: singer Anita Bryant talks about her tour with Guy Lombardo's band comedian-actor Bill Daily demonstrates household uses of scientific discoveries Cleveland Brown football star Jim Brown talks about his book "Off My Chest" The Martin Brothers and Dean Chance of the Los Angeles Angels demonstrates his pitching form. and a Necchi sewing machine demonstration.

  • S04E48 Rudy Vallee co-hosts

    • November 11, 1964

    Guests: Sister Jacqueline Grennan of the Order of the Sisters of Loretto singer Anita Bryant returns for a second day as does comedian-actor Bill Daily and Professor Julius Sumner Miller, physicst and best friend and colleague of Albert Einstein.

  • S04E49 Rudy Vallee co-hosts

    • November 12, 1964

    Guests: Rudy's wife Eleanor Norris "Man from U.N.C.L.E." star Robert Vaughn comedian Dick Gregory French singer Jean Paul Vignon and author of "The Late Liz" and the album "God Isn't Dead" Evangelist Gertrude Behanna

  • S04E50 Rudy Vallee co-hosts

    • November 13, 1964

    Guests: comedian Alan King entertainer Tessie O'Shea, also known as "Two Ton Tessie", reflecting her bulk and girth. She was a very popular music hall and radio stand-up comedienne. Count Marco, controversial columnist for The Chronicle and Dr. David Leighninger.

  • S04E51 The Lennon Sisters co-host

    • November 16, 1964

    Guests: singer Mel Torme and his accompanist, Al Pellegrini songstress Gisele Mackenzie comedian Paul Gilbert magician Don Allen pianist Dick Mone and etiquette expert Amy Vanderbilt

  • S04E52 The Lennon Sisters co-host

    • November 17, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Henry Morgan singer Gisele Mackenzie folksinger-actor Theodore Bikel comedian Paul Gilbert model-author Candy Johnson and trumpet player Dick Cathcart. Highlights: Giselle sings "Heartaches". Candy Johnson dances the "Swim".

  • S04E53 The Lennon Sisters co-host

    • November 18, 1964

    Guests: singing duo of Joe & Eddie musician Paul Gilbert father of the Lennon Sisters, Bill Lennon writer-author Jhan Robbins and jugglers The Martin Brothers.

  • S04E54 The Lennon Sisters co-host

    • November 19, 1964

    Guests: Country singer-actor Randy Boone sportscaster Joe Garagiola Jazz vocalist Jean Turner and Dr. Margaret Galton.

  • S04E55 The Lennon Sisters co-host conclude their co-hosting duties for the week.

    • November 20, 1964

    Guests: actor Pat O'Brien actress Myrna Loy Father Martin Matulek Bill Lennon and the Lennon Boys.

  • S04E56 Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts

    • November 23, 1964

    Guests: comedy team of Al Fisher & Lou Marks Jazz singer Marion Montgomery sings "Moment of Truth" Bill Adler author of "The Kennedy Wit" discusses the humorous side of Kennedy and Elmer Bursby, an authority on ants, proves that ants have human-like habits.

  • S04E57 Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts

    • November 24, 1964

    Guests: June Havoc actress and sister of Gypsy comedienne Hermione Gingold singer Wynona Carr W. Clement Stone author of "Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude" and gift wrap stylist Margaret Drummond.

  • S04E58 Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts

    • November 25, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Anita Gillette actor Jesse White Scottish actress-singer Ella Logan billiards champion Willie Mosconi and former convict Bill Sands tells how he was expelled from Canada by immigration authorities.

  • S04E59 Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts

    • November 26, 1964

    Guests: Eddie Albert comedian Adam Keefe educator Dr. Albert Burke discusses the Bill of Rights and The Village Singers. Plus mystery guest, Gypsy's son Erik Kirkland (later changed his name to Erik Preminger, after learning that Otto Preminger was his father). Highlights: Eddie Albert sings "Fall Away" and "September Song". The Village Singers perform "Pretty Momma".

  • S04E60 Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts

    • November 27, 1964

    Guests: TV personality Dagmar burlesque dancer Sally Rand singer Johnny Brown sportscaster Bill Stern and TV writer Hoffman R. Hays.

  • S04E61 Frankie Laine co-hosts

    • November 30, 1964

    Guests: actor Robert Horton singer January Jones comedian Jackie Vernon and cartoonist Al Capp. Highlights: Songs performed are, "On The Sunnyside Of The Street", "Shine", "Moonlight Gambler" "That's My Desire" "Go On With Your Dancing" and "By The River St, Marie".

  • S04E62 Frankie Laine co-hosts

    • December 1, 1964

    Guests: comedienne Totie Fields comedian-actor Morey Amsterdam Roger Conklin of the Miami Seaquarium and Mrs. Frankie Laine, Nan Grey. Highlights: Songs performed are, "Your Cheaten Heart" "Mule Train", "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams", "Black And Blue" and "I May Be Wrong"

  • S04E63 Frankie Laine co-hosts

    • December 2, 1964

    Guests: folksinger Rolf Harris comedian Jackie Vernon Jazz pianist Johnny Costa and Jim Bishop, author of "A Day in the Life of President Kennedy" Highlights: Songs performed are, "September In The Rain" , "Mam'selle", "The Cry Of The Wild Goose", "I Would Do Most Anything For You" and "Rawhide"

  • S04E64 Frankie Laine co-hosts

    • December 3, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Dolores Gray comedian-song-and-dance man Jerry Lester Carl B. Smith, author of "Read and Succeed" ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester, Ray McKinley conducts The Glenn Miller Band. and Peter McKinney discusses toys operated by battery power. Highlights: Songs performed, "Wonderful Wasn't It", ""Hello Dolly", "Your Cheaten Heart", and "Mack The Knife"

  • S04E65 Frankie Laine co-hosts

    • December 4, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress-model Fran Jeffries and actor & former heavy-weight boxing champion Maxie Rosenbloom Highlights: Songs performed are, "Shrimp Boats", "Go On With Your Dancing", "'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans", "When The Saints Go Marching In" and "Doesn't She Roll"

  • S04E66 Eddie Albert co-hosts

    • December 7, 1964

    Guests: Country singer Roger Miller impressionist Johnny Costa radio personality John Henry Faulk, tells how he tried to clear his name of the Communist label, a charge that ruined his career vocal group The Four Preps and author Carl B. Smith discusses the ability to learn by association with roots of words.. Highlights: Eddie tells how he met his wife when both were circus performers in Mexico. Johnny Costa does his imitations of famous pianists. The Four Preps do a takeoff on The Beatles.

  • S04E67 Eddie Albert co-hosts

    • December 8, 1964

    Guests: singer Teddi King Broadway producer David Merrick press agent Jim Moran and pop singers The Four Freshmen. Highlights: Eddie Albert sings "Fall Away". Jim Moran discusses the movie "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home".

  • S04E68 Eddie Albert co-hosts

    • December 9, 1964

    Guests: singer-actress Della Reese comedian-actor Bill Cosby bandleader Ray Anthony radio & TV announcer Dick Stark and hypnotist Dr. Arthur Ellen.

  • S04E69 Eddie Albert co-hosts

    • December 10, 1964

    Guests: folk group Peter, Paul & Mary vocalist Laura Greene the comedy team of Lewis and Christy cartoonist Jim Dobbins and nutrition specialist Dr. Frederic Stare.

  • S04E70 Eddie Albert co-hosts

    • December 11, 1964

    Guests: singer Della Reese cartoonist Al Capp creator of "L'il Abner" British comedians Nick Ullett and Tony Hendra and alligator wrestler Al Scasz

  • S04E71 Bill Cosby co-hosts

    • December 14, 1964

    Guests: vaudeville comedian Jack Pepper singer Bernice Massi author Harry Golden Judo expert Roderick H. Sigward and Angela Demore of the Better Business Bureau

  • S04E72 Bill Cosby co-hosts

    • December 15, 1964

    Guests: Crooner, radio host Smilin' Jack Smith magician Marshall Brodien singer Shirley Harmer and Phil Palumbo with some Dixieland plus a surprise guest (Robert Culp).

  • S04E73 Bill Cosby co-hosts

    • December 16, 1964

    Guests: singer Julia Meade comedian Pat Cooper singers Bill Henderson and Joe Williams Jim Vaus executive director of Youth Development Inc. and Corby Pleasant from JAX Fashions. Highlights: Bill Cosby talks about Charles "Bird" Parker, "Bird Lives" Bill Cosby and Mike clown around and introduce Bill Cosby's "Matinee Omlette" made with candy and kool aide Julia Meade sings "You Do Something to Me". Bill Henderson sings "I've Got Such Alot of Living to Do" and "Angel Eyes". Bill Cosby and Bill Henderson sing a nonsense song. Pat Cooper does a comedy routine Bill, Gloria, Henderson and Mike sing a song medley.

  • S04E74 Bill Cosby co-hosts

    • December 17, 1964

    Guests: The DeJohn Sisters comedian Jerry Vernon singer-dancer Skip Cunningham. and author William Schofield discusses the career of WWII Japanese propaganda radio announcer Tokyo Rose and his book "Treason Trail". Highlights: The show starts with children's songs today. Bill Cosby performs "Big Rock Candy Mountain" and other nonsense songs. The DeJohn Sisters sing "We'll Sing for Our Supper and We'll Swing" and "Honeysuckle Rose". Skip Cunningham sings "I Could Have Danced All Night" and tap dances to "How High the Moon". Mike, Bill, Skip and the DeJohn Sisters dance the Fruge and the Jerk. Mike sings "A Real Live Girl". The DeJohn Sisters sing "The Guy From Ipanema". Bill closes with "When I Marry You".

  • S04E75 Bill Cosby co-hosts

    • December 18, 1964

    Guests: folksinger Danny Meehan songstress Betty Johnson author Dr. Dorothy Finkelhor wrestling coach Joe Bagala singing group The Buffalo Bills. Highlights: Bill Cosby does one of his famous "I started out as a child" routines.

  • S04E76 Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt co-host

    • December 21, 1964

    Guests: Broderick Crawford The Village Stompers, Dixieland Jazz band ventriloquist Russ Lewis and his "pal" Brooklyn and medical columnist Dr. Walter Alvarez Highlights: Cleaning "Oscars", moving sidewalks, cholestrol facelifting, wooden dolls and Dixieland Jazz are all part of today's 90 minutes of entertainment.

  • S04E77 Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt, Co-hosts

    • December 22, 1964

    Guests: Rick Jason of Combat! noted mentalist Dunninger comedian Jerry Vernon actress Dolly Martin author of "Taffy's Tips to Teens" and Ann Lowe, dress designer for Jacqueline Kennedy

  • S04E78 Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt co-host

    • December 23, 1964

    Guests: actress Connie Hines impressionist Frank Raines known as "Mr. Echo" speech mimic and a group of foreign students in the audience discuss their reasons for coming to the United States.

  • S04E79 Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt, co-hosts

    • December 24, 1964

    Guests: actress Mia Farrow speech mimic Frank Rains fashion designer Ann Lowe and rock-n-roll group The Motions.

  • S04E80 Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt, co-host

    • December 25, 1964

    Guests: Jim Bishop tells the story of "The Day Christ Was Born" and Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt sing Christmas Carols.

  • S04E81 Betty Johnson co-hosts (week of 04Jan65-08Jan65)

    • December 28, 1964

    Guests: actor Horace McMahon comedienne Totie Fields Satchel Paige with the Harlem Globetrotters ventriloquist Rick Layne and his friend VelVel and Kyle Rote former New York Giants football star

  • S04E82 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • December 29, 1964

    Guests: singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels comedian Jerry Vernon alligator wrestler Al Scasz and Dr. Marvin Block author of "When is Social Drinking Overdrinking?"

  • S04E83 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • December 30, 1964

    Guests: singing duo of Ian and Sylvia Tyson nightclub owner Robb Joska breathing teacher Mrs. Estelle Stevens Mrs. Lee Sleinder author of "Romantic Marriage: The Twentieth Century Illusion". Variety entertainment with a number of topics including Lady Bird Johnson, stuffed cabbage, marriage, divorce, and breathing.

  • S04E84 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • December 31, 1964

    Guests: comedian Jerry Lester the Ginny Tiu family song and dance group Criswell and his predictions Oscar "The Big O" Robertson star of the Cincinnati Royals plus a surprise guest.

  • S04E85 Betty Johnson co-hosts

    • January 1, 1965

    Guests: vocal group The Four Preps comedian Jerry Van Dyke Jazz singer Rose Murphy and bassist Slam Stewart perform "Diana."

  • S04E86 Nick Adams co-hosts

    • January 4, 1965

    Guests: character actor Fred Clark singer Toni Arden Robert Shelton, the Imperial Wizard of United Klans of America The Echos, rock-n-roll group from Hong Kong and a surprise guest. Topics include divorce, fast living, topless bathing suits, segregation and the limbo.

  • S04E87 Nick Adams co-hosts

    • January 5, 1965

    Guests: singer Joe Williams radio-TV announcer Tony Marvin comedian Sandy Baron singer Sylvia Copeland Ray DeCrane, tax expert Topics include The Civil War, the Arthur Godfrey Show, washing a dog, new tax laws and improvisations.

  • S04E88 Nick Adams co-hosts

    • January 6, 1965

    Guests: comedian Louis Nye tenor Jan Peerce actress Sylvia Sydney comedian Sandy Baron S. Kan and Bernard Johnson demonstrate Samurai and author Sylvia Marks discusses her latest book "Smoking is for Suckers".

  • S04E89 Nick Adams co-hosts

    • January 7, 1965

    Guests: comedian-actor Tom Poston bandleader Ray Anthony singing duo Jackie and Gayle cosmetologist Rose Laird and donut makers Nick Fortino & John Falachi

  • S04E90 Nick Adams co-hosts

    • January 8, 1965

    Guests: singers Jack Haskell and Sue Bennett singing duo Jackie & Gayle Major Donald E. Keyhoe, director of National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenna (NICAP) and gynecologist Dr. Waldo Fielding

  • S04E91 Dan Dailey co-hosts

    • January 11, 1965

    Guests: song and dance man Danny Meehan from "Funny Girl" the juggling matador Antonio Del Moral comedian Ish Kabibble who for many years was featured with the Kay Kyser Orchestra and Dr. Rose Franzblau, author of "The Way it is Under Twenty" who will discuss family problems.

  • S04E92 Dan Dailey co-hosts

    • January 12, 1965

    Guests: TV personality George Jessel musician Gerry Mulligan and Rabbi Sherwin Wine of Birmingham, Michigan.

  • S04E93 Dan Dailey co-hosts

    • January 13, 1965

    Guests: Lionel Hampton who receives his sixth musical award from Playboy Magazine during today's program. comedian Marty Ingels New York's KPIX children's performer Carol Corbett and Dr. Charles Edwards of the American Medical Association.

  • S04E94 Dan Dailey co-hosts

    • January 14, 1965

    Guests: comedienne Phyllis Diller singer-actress Elaine Stritch impressionist Rich Little Gus Augsberg and his Jungle Wonders and Sylvia L. Marks author of "Smoking is for Suckers."

  • S04E95 Dan Dailey co-hosts

    • January 15, 1965

    Guests: folksinger Nancy Ames pianist Errol Garner bandleader Ray Anthony and his "Bookend Revue". Eugene H. Methvin of the Washington bureau of Reader's Digest, author of "Who Reds Make a Riot". and Mary Lou Furbershaw midwest editor of "Bride Magazine".

  • S04E96 Hermione Gingold co-hosts

    • January 18, 1965

    Guests: Tarzan actor Buster Crabbe Gus Brickner, the Human Polar Bear singer June Valli comedian Lee Allen syndicated columnist Polly Cramer and meterologist Dick Goddard.

  • S04E97 Hermione Gingold co-hosts

    • January 19, 1965

    Guests: actress Jane Withers flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya comedian Jackie Mason folksinger Charles Mendoza Bernard Asbell, author of "The New Improved American" dance instructor "Killer" Joe Piro and Charles Messick and his talking dog Michele.

  • S04E98 Hermione Gingold co-hosts

    • January 20, 1965

    Guests: actress Sylvia Sidney comedian Rip Taylor The Burke Family Singers and author William Cole of "Sex in Christianity & Psychoanalysis". Highlights: Hermione and Mike perform "Hello Dolly". Mike sings "Dear Heart". Hermione sings "Down at the Old Bull & Bush". Mike performs "Gigi" and "Put On a Happy Face". The Burke Family sing "Dixie" and "The Irish Girl". Walter Burke does Yo-yo tricks, rock the cradle and spin the world. Mike and the Burke Family singers do "Skip to My Lou". Rip Taylor sings "I'm Late" and does a stand-up routine with silly songs. Mike does a medley of "Happy Days Are Here Again", "You Will Never Walk Alone" and "That Old Black Magic". Rip sings "I Lost My Heart to You". Mike sings "This Is All I Ask", "They Don't Believe Me" and "Love is Just Around the Corner". Rip Taylor does the "Minute Waltz". The Burke Family Singers perform.

  • S04E99 Hermione Gingold co-hosts

    • January 21, 1965

    Guests: trombonist Harold Betters and his Band comedians Gaylord and Holiday Dr. James E. Doty, author of "Postmark Lambarene - A Visit with Albert Schweitzer". Dr. Bergen Evans of Northwestern University

  • S04E100 Hermione Gingold co-hosts

    • January 22, 1965

    Guests: actress Dina Merrill and her husband actor Cliff Robertson singers Jerry Vale and Felicia Sanders pianist Peter Duchin and the comedy team of Colvin and Wilder.

  • S04E101 George Gobel co-hosts

    • January 25, 1965

    Guests: singer Gretchen Wyler baseball player Jimmy Piersall, author of "Fear Strikes Out". Woody Herman and His Orchestra singer-dancer Johnny Brown and Alistair Maitland, British General Consulate who discusses "Sir Winston Churchill".

  • S04E102 George Gobel co-hosts

    • January 26, 1965

    Guests: comedian Bill Cosby actress Celeste Holm singer Susan Barrett British pop singers Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde and Marie Walther, 1964 Olympic acrobat team member Topics talking to animals, horseback riding, "Cinderella", punchlines and parallel bars.

  • S04E103 George Gobel co-hosts

    • January 27, 1965

    Guests: comedienne Dagmar singer Frankie Randall vocalist Laura Lane Helene S. Arnstein author of "What to Tell Your Child" pianist Donn Trenner and a surprise