Salute To The Ladies (1973) Ladies, big and little, are saluted on this lovely show. The band opens with "A Pretty Girl," and the Lawrence waltzes with Champagne Lady Norma Zimmer to the "Anniversary Song." Guy and Ralna sing the humorous Beatle hit, "When I'm 64," Sandra Griffiths and the Welk girls harmonize on "Whatever Will Be," and Bob Lido and the Dixieland group salute "Sweet Gypsy Rose." Tanya sings a poignant "I Can Dream," Clay Hart croons "Jean," and a quartet composed of Dick Dale, Larry Hooper, Guy Hovis and Charlie Parlato declare, "I Want A Girl, Just Like The Girl Who Married Dear Old Dad." Lawrence leads the bank in "Goodnight Sweetheart" to wind up a sweeheart of a show! Spotlight On Our Musical Family (1982) This is the last show broadcast in the phenomenal 27-year run of the televised Lawrence Welk Show. Taped before an audience filled with former performers, friends and family, this is indeed a special production. The orchestra opens with "Strike Up The Band," and the entire company gathers for the bittersweet finale, "There's No Business Like Show Business." Featured performers include Myron Floren playing his trademark "Lady of Spain"; Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts singing "Whispering Hope"; Gail, Ron and Michael harmonizing on "Come Fly With Me"; and Bobby and Elaine dancing to the first Welk Gold Record, "Calcutta." A truly memorable show. Color, Not Rated (suitable for all audiences), Approximate Running Time 48 Minutes for the first episode on the cassette, and 47 Minutes for the second.
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