Film, Video THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON

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Title
THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON
Contributor Names
Frederick De Cordova, Dick Carson, Bobby Quinn, Robert Ostberg, Steve Purcell. (director)
Will Schaefer (composer)
Skitch Henderson (1962/66), Milton DeLugg (1966/7), Doc Severinsen (1967/92), Tommy Newsom (as substitute 1968-1992). (music_director_and/or_conductor)
Shelly Cohen (music_supervisor)
Bill Holman, Will Schaefer, John Bambridge (orchestrator)
Tommy Newsom (arranger)
Created / Published
USA.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  Medium length film (30-60 minutes).
-  9. "Satin doll" by Johnny Mercer, Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington. 16. "No blues"; "All blues" by Miles Davis. 28. "Hello, Dolly!", "Mame" by Jerry Herman. 28b. "You're gonna hear from me", "Goodbye Charlie" by André Previn, Dory Previn, performed by Angeline Butler. 29. "Blueberry Hill" by Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose; "Cabaret" by Fred Ebb, John Kander. 30. "What a wonderful world" by George David Weiss, Robert Thiele; "You'll never walk alone" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers. 33. "Mack the Knife" by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill. 34. "Cabaret" by Fred Ebb, John Kander; "A kiss to build a dream on" by Bert Kalmar, Oscar Hammerstein II, Harry Ruby. 35. "The bare necessities" by Terry Gilkyson; "What a wonderful world" by George David Weiss, Robert Thiele. 42. "Mack the Knife" by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill; "Hello, Dolly!" by Jerry Herman. 47. "We have all the time in the world" by Hal David, John Barry; "Someday you'll be sorry" by Louis Armstrong. 79. "Pretty little Missy" by Louis Armstrong, Billy Kyle; "Blueberry Hill" by Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose. 189. "When in Rome" by Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman. 195. "Have a good time" by Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant, "Everything must change" by Bernard Ighner, performed by Peggy Lee; "You're nobody ‘til somebody loves you", by Russ Morgan, Larry Stock, James Cavanaugh, "Basin Street blues" by Spencer Williams, performed by The Mills Brothers. 221. "Hot lips" by Henry Busse, Henry Lange, Lou Davis; "Sugar blues" by Lucy Fletcher, Clarence Williams, "Gonna fly now" by Bill Conti, Carol Connors, Ayn Robbins, performed by Al Hirt. 239a. "Air mail special" by Benny Goodman, Charlie Christian, Jimmy Mundy; "Hot blues" by Terry Gibbs. 263. "Well git it" by Sy Oliver. 280. "Paying the cost to be the boss". 287. "Hello, Dolly!" by Jerry Herman, performed by Louis Armstrong; "Sweet Georgia Brown" by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard, Ken Casey, performed by Ella Fitzgerald; "On Broadway" by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, performed by George Benson; "Route 66" by Bobby Troup, performed by The Manhattan Transfer. (Songs)
-  Credited guests included:- 1. In segment (01.10.62) Tony Bennett, Jack Sperling. 2. In segment (02.10.62) Artie Shaw. 3. In segment (12.10.62) Lonnie Donegan. 4. In segment (29.10.62) Erroll Garner, piano. 5. In segment (07.11.62) Della Reese, vocal. 6. In segment (28.11.62) Artie Shaw, Keely Smith. 7. In segment (31.12.62) Artie Shaw. 8. In segment (11.03.63) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 8a. In segment (19.04.63) Teri Thornton. 9. In segment (13.05.63) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal; Duke Ellington, piano. 9a. In segment (04.07.63) Duke Ellington, piano. 10. In segment (05.08.63) Ray Charles. 11. In segment (27.09.63) Oscar Peterson, piano. 12. In segment (11.03.64) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 13. In segment (19.03.64) Lionel Hampton. 14. In segment (21.04.64) Pete Fountain, Jack Sperling. 15. In segment (27.07.64) Pearl Bailey. 16. In segment (09.64) The Miles Davis Quintet:- Miles Davis, trumpet; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, piano; Ron Carter, acoustic double bass; Tony Williams, drums. 17. In segment (10.09.64) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 18. In segment (21.09.64) Pearl Bailey. 19. In segment (15.11.64) Mel Tormé, vocal. 19a. In segment (23.11.64) Della Reese. 20. In segment (08.12.64) Cleo Laine, Johnny Dankworth. 21. In segment (22.03.65) Benny Goodman. 22. In segment (27.09.65) Pearl Bailey. 23. In segment (19.10.65) Julie London, vocal. 24. In segment (07.01.66) Tony Bennett, vocal. 25. In segment (30.04.66) Dorothy Donegan, piano. 25a. In segment (16.08.66) Peter Nero. 26. In segment (23.09.66) Mel Tormé, vocal. 27. In segment (16.11.66) Benny Goodman. 27a. In segment (27.02.67) Della Reese. 27b. In segment (04.05.67) Luiz Bonfà. 28. In segment (11.05.67) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; and his All Stars. 28a. In segment (21.06.67) Luiz Bonfà. 28b. In segment (30.06.67) Buddy Rich. 29. In segment (16.08.67) Louis Armstrong and his All Stars:- Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Tyree Glenn, trombone; Joe Muranyi, clarinet; Marty Napoleon, piano; Buddy Catlett, acoustic double bass; Danny Barcelona, drums. 30. In segment (11.10.67) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal. 31. In segment (13.10.67) Doc Severinson. 32. In segment (22.10.67) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal. 33. In segment (25.01.68) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal. 34. In segment (28.03.68) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal. 35. In segment (22.04.68) Louis Armstrong and His All Stars:- Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Tyree Glenn, trombone; Joe Muranyi, clarinet; Marty Napoleon, piano; Buddy Catlett, acoustic double bass; Danny Barcelona, drums. 36. In segment (14.08.68) Doc Severinson. 37. In segment (21.11.68) Doc Severinson. 38. In segment (06.03.69) Louie Bellson, Buddy Rich, drums. 38a. In segment (05.05.69) Peter Nero, piano. 38b. In segment (16.10.69) Peter Nero, piano. 39. In segment (25.11.69) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 40. In segment (26.11.69) Gary McFarland. 41. In segment (20.01.70) Tony Bennett, vocal. 42. In segment (13.02.70) Louis Armstrong, vocal. 43. In segment (17.02.70) Ray Charles. 44. In segment (25.02.70) Della Reese, vocal. 45. In segment (10.03.70) Sue Raney, vocal. 46. In segment (11.03.70) Al Hirt. 47. In segment (03.04.70) Louis Armstrong, vocal. 48. In segment (06.04.70) Buddy Rich, drums. 49. In segment (08.04.70) Erroll Garner, piano; Peggy Lee, vocal. 50. In segment (09.04.70) Bob Haggart, Yank Lawson. 51. In segment (20.04.70) Joe Williams, vocal. 52. In segment (24.04.70) The Modern Jazz Quartet (including John Lewis, piano; Milt Jackson, vibraphone, Connie Kay, drs). 52a. In segment (04.05.70) Peter Nero, piano. 53. In segment (06.05.70) Phil Moore. 54. In segment (25.05.70) Della Reese, vocal. 55. In segment (29.05.70) Carmen McRae, vocal. 56. In segment (02.06.70) Louis Armstrong, B. B. King. 57. In segment (12.06.70) Louis Armstrong. 58. In segment (15.06.70) Buddy Rich, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 59. In segment (30.06.70) Buddy Rich, drums. 60. In segment (02.07.70) Della Reese, vocal. 61. In segment (03.07.70) Della Reese, vocal. 62. In segment (10.07.70) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 63. In segment (14.07.70) Mahalia Jackson, vocal. 64. In segment (25.08.70) Cab Calloway. 65. In segment (16.09.70) Don Cherry. 66. In segment (13.10.70) Buddy Rich, drums. 67. In segment (15.10.70) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. 68. In segment (22.10.70) Woody Herman. 69. In segment (10.11.70) Dizzy Gillespie. 70. In segment (16.11.70) Della Reese, vocal. 71. In segment (30.11.70) Della Reese, vocal; Peter Nero, piano. 72. In segment (01.01.71) Junior Mance, piano. 73. In segment (07.01.71) Della Reese, vocal. 74. In segment (22.01.71) Tony Bennett, vocal. 75. In segment (01.02.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 76. In segment (03.02.71) Della Reese, vocal. 77. In segment (18.02.71) Della Reese, vocal. 78. In segment (22.02.71) Carmen McRae, vocal. 79. In segment (01.03.71) Louis Armstrong and the All Stars:- Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Tyree Glenn, trombone; Joe Muranyi, clarinet; Marty Napoleon, piano; Arvell Shaw, acoustic double bass; Danny Barcelona, drums. 80. In segment (02.03.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 81. In segment (11.03.71) Louis Prima. 82. In segment (14.04.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 83. In segment (11.05.71) Della Reese, vocal. 84. In segment (12.05.71) Mel Tormé, vocal. 85. In segment (17.05.71) Lou Rawls, vocal. 86. In segment (19.05.71) Al Hirt. 87. In segment (20.05.71) Nancy Wilson, vocal. 88. In segment (04.06.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 89. In segment (17.06.71) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. 90. In segment (22.06.71) Carmen McRae, vocal. 91. In segment (29.06.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 92. In segment (01.07.71) Della Reese, vocal. 93. In segment (07.07.71) Luiz Bonfá, guitar. 94. In segment (12.07.71) Luiz Bonfá, guitar. 95. In segment (13.07.71) Luiz Bonfá, guitar. 96. In segment (04.08.71) Della Reese, vocal. 97. In segment (10.08.71) Mel Tormé, vocal. 98. In segment (18.08.71) Joe Williams, vocal. 99. In segment (10.09.71) Artie Shaw. 100. In segment (22.09.71) Artie Shaw. 101. In segment (23.09.71) Della Reese, vocal. 102 In segment (24.09.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 103. In segment (28.09.71) Joe Williams, vocal. 104. In segment (04.10.71) Artie Shaw. 105. In segment (07.10.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 106. In segment (12.10.71) Erroll Garner, piano. 107. In segment (14.10.71) Artie Shaw. 108. In segment (15.10.71) Mel Tormé, vocal. 108a. In segment (25.10.71) Peter Nero, piano. 109. In segment (11.11.71) Della Reese, vocal. 110. In segment (18.11.71) Caterina Valente, vocal. 111. In segment (19.11.71) Della Reese, vocal; Peter Nero, piano. 112. In segment (22.11.71) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Artie Shaw. 113. In segment (23.11.71) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. 113a. In segment (16.12.71) Peter Nero, piano. 114. In segment (27.12.71) Ethel Ennis, vocal. 115. In segment (06.01.72) Buddy Rich, drums; Artie Shaw. 116. In segment (24.02.72) Della Reese, vocal. 117. In segment (28.02.72) Julie London, Bobby Troup. 118. In segment (30.03.72) Artie Shaw. 119. In segment (31.03.72) Caterina Valente, vocal. 120. In segment (10.05.72) Ethel Waters. 121. In segment (19.05.72) Pete Christlieb, tenor sax. 122. In segment (24.05.72) Della Reese, vocal. 123. In segment (30.05.72) Ray Charles. 124. In segment (12.06.72) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 125. In segment (14.06.72) Erroll Garner, piano. 126. In segment (16.06.72) Willie Bobo. 127. In segment (19.06.72) Della Reese, vocal. 128. In segment (29.06.72) Buddy Rich, drums; Cathy Rich, vocal. 129. In segment (24.07.72) Nancy Wilson, vocal. 130. In segment (10.08.72) Della Reese, vocal. 131. In segment (29.08.72) Lou Rawls. 132. In segment (08.09.72) Buddy Rich. 133. In segment (28.09.72) Joe Williams, vocal. 134. In segment (09.10.72) Della Reese, vocal. 135. In segment (17.10.72) Pearl Bailey, vocal; Erroll Garner, piano. 136. In segment (19.10.72) Erroll Garner, piano. 137. In segment (27.10.72) Ethel Waters, Artie Shaw. 138. In segment (29.11.72) Buddy Rich, drums. 139. In segment (13.12.72) Della Reese, vocal. 140. In segment (27.12.72) The Mills Brothers, vocal; Buddy Rich, drums. 140a. In segment (09.01.73) Peter Nero, piano. 141. In segment (11.01.73) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal. 142. In segment (12.01.73) Joe Williams, vocal. 143. In segment (18.01.73) Eubie Blake, Artie Shaw. 144. In segment (31.01.73) Della Reese, vocal. 145. In segment (12.02.73) Mel Tormé, vocal. 146. In segment (22.02.73) Ethel Ennis, vocal. 147. In segment (27.02.73) Nancy Wilson, vocal. 148. In segment (19.02.73) Peggy Lee, vocal. 149. In segment (28.03.73) Eubie Blake. 150. In segment (12.04.73) Joe Williams, vocal. 151. In segment (13.04.73) Della Reese, vocal; Buddy Rich, drums. 152. In segment (18.04.73) Artie Shaw. 153. In segment (27.04.73) Pearl Bailey, vocal. 154. In segment (10.05.73) Eubie Blake. 155. In segment (11.05.73) Buddy Rich, drums. 155a. In segment (25.05.73) Peter Nero, piano. 156. In segment (29.05.73) Erroll Garner, piano. 157. In segment (04.06.73) Della Reese, vocal. 158. In segment (27.06.73) Della Reese, vocal. 159. In segment (13.08.73) Della Reese, Mel Tormé, vocal. 160. In segment (03.09.73) The Mills Brothers, vocal. 161. In segment (05.09.73) Buddy Rich, drums; Cathy Rich, vocal. 162. In segment (21.09.73) Cleo Laine, vocal. 163. In segment (10.10.73) Della Reese, vocal. 164. In segment (20.11.73) Erroll Garner, piano. 165. In segment (19.12.73) Al Hirt. 166. In segment (26.12.73) Mel Tormé, vocal. 167. In segment (14.01.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 168. In segment (15.01.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 169. In segment (12.02.74) Ray Charles. 170. In segment (19.03.74) Johnny Dankworth, Cleo Laine. 171. In segment (02.04.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 172. In segment (03.04.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 173. In segment (11.04.74) Diahann Carroll, vocal; Doc Severinson, trumpet. 174. In segment (18.06.74) Lou Rawls, vocal. 175. In segment (26.06.74) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 176. In segment (01.07.74) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 177. In segment (30.10.74) Della Reese, vocal. 178. In segment (21.11.74) Peggy Lee, vocal. 179. In segment (18.12.74) Erroll Garner, piano. 180. In segment (23.12.74) Della Reese, vocal. 181. In segment (25.12.74) Della Reese, vocal. 182. In segment (02.01.75) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 183. In segment (17.04.75) Mel Tormé, vocal. 184. In segment (22.04.75) Buddy Rich, drums. 185. In segment (19.05.75) Peggy Lee, Della Reese, vocal. 186. In segment (24.07.75) Peggy Lee, vocal. 187. In segment (18.09.75) Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Tommy Newson. 188. In segment (10.10.75) Peggy Lee, vocal. 189. In segment (27.10.75) Bill Evans, piano; Tony Bennett, vocal. 190. In segment (31.10.75) Joe Williams, vocal. 191. In segment (30.12.75) Billy Eckstine, vocal. 192. In segment (30.01.76) Peggy Lee, vocal. 193. In segment (06.03.76) Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Tommy Newsom. 194. In segment (28.04.76) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal. 195. In segment (03.09.76) Peggy Lee, The Mills Brothers, vocal. 196. In segment (24.09.76) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 197. In segment (02.01.77) Buddy Rich, drums. 198. In segment (10.06.77) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 199. In segment (23.06.77) Della Reese, vocal. 200. In segment (09.09.77) Eubie Blake, piano. 201. In segment (28.10.77) Al Jarreau, vocal. 202. In segment (14.12.77) Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Tommy Newsom. 203. In segment (26.12.77) Mel Tormé, vocal. 204. In segment (30.12.77) Peggy Lee, vocal. 205. In segment (06.01.78) Joe Williams, vocal. 206. In segment (24.02.78) Chuck Mangione. 207. In segment (19.04.78) Peggy Lee, vocal. 208. In segment (03.08.78) Peggy Lee, vocal. 209. In segment (17.08.78) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 210. In segment (04.12.78) Lou Rawls, vocal. 211. In segment (01.01.79) Joe Williams, vocal. 212. In segment (25.04.79) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 213. In segment (02.05.79) Tony Bennett, vocal. 214. In segment (03.07.79) Lou Rawls, vocal. 215. In segment (19.09.79) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 216. In segment (21.09.79) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 217. In segment (24.09.79) Sonny Rollins, solo tenor sax. 218. In segment (29.10.79) Peggy Lee, vocal. 219. In segment (12.12.79) Louie Bellson, drums. 220. In segment (17.12.79) Mel Tormé, vocal. 221. In segment (21.12.79) Al Hirt, trumpet. 222. In segment (02.01.80) Eubie Blake. 223. In segment (13.05.80) Chuck Mangione. 224. In segment (08.08.80) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 225. In segment (30.09.80) Joe Williams, vocal. 226. In segment (06.10.80) George Benson. 227. In segment (07.10.80) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 228. In segment (28.10.80) Buddy Rich, drums. 229. In segment (11.11.80) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 230. In segment (18.11.80) Tommy Newsom. 231. In segment (17.12.80) B. B. King. 232. In segment (31.12.80) The Manhattan Transfer. 233. In segment (07.01.81) Joe Williams, vocal. 234. In segment (30.07.81) B. B. King. 235. In segment (14.08.81) Doc Severinsen, Tommy Newsom. 236. In segment (25.08.81) Carmen McRae, vocal. 237. In segment (26.08.81) George Shearing, piano. 238. In segment (17.12.81) B. B. King. 239. In segment (18.12.81) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 239a. In segment (1982) Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Terry Gibbs, vibraphone; Ross Tompkins, piano; Joel DiBartolo, acoustic double bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums. 240. In segment (26.02.82) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 241. In segment (24.06.82) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 242. In segment (27.08.82) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 243. In segment (20.10.82) Mel Tormé, vocal. 244. In segment (22.10.82) Freddie Hubbard, trumpet. 245. In segment (27.10.82) Al Hirt, trumpet. 246. In segment (18.12.82) B. B. King. 247. In segment (05.01.83) B. B. King. 248. In segment (08.09.83) Chuck Mangione. 249. In segment (22.02.84) Sue Raney, vocal. 250. In segment (29.02.84) Wynton Marsalis, trumpet. 251. In segment (17.05.84) Stéphane Grappelli, violin. 252. In segment (15.06.84) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 253. In segment (25.06.84) Peggy Lee, vocal. 254. In segment (09.11.84) Joe Williams, vocal. 255. In segment (27.11.84) B. B. King. 256. In segment (28.03.85) Joe Williams, vocal. 257. In segment (16.05.85) George Benson. 258. In segment (23.05.85) Al Jarreau, vocal. 259. In segment (21.06.85) B. B. King. 260. In segment (24.19.85) Lou Rawls, vocal. 261. In segment (27.09.85) Clark Terry. 262. In segment (16.11.85) John McLaughlin. 263. In segment (27.03.86) Buddy Rich, drums. 264. In segment (24.04.86) Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. 265. In segment (22.05.86) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 266. In segment (03.09.86) George Benson. 267. In segment (09.09.86) B. B. King. 268. In segment (17.10.86) Tommy Newson. 269. In segment (30.10.86) Carmen McRae, vocal; The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. 270. In segment (11.12.86) Bobby McFerrin, vocal. 271. In segment (12.12.86) Al Jarreau, vocal. 272. In segment (19.02.87) Ray Charles. 273. In segment (27.03.87) Etta James, vocal. 274. In segment (09.06.87) Ray Charles. 275. In segment (10.06.87) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 276. In segment (18.12.87) Tony Bennett, vocal. 277. In segment (28.10.88) Buddy Rich, drums. 278. In segment (12.12.88) Lou Rawls, vocal. 279. In segment (26.12.89) Lou Rawls, vocal. 280. In segment (06.04.90) B. B. King, electric guitar, vocal. 281. In segment (21.08.90) Lionel Hampton, vibraphone. 282. In segment (14.12.90) Tommy Newsom. 282a. In segment (22.03.91) Bobby McFerrin. 283. In segment (23.04.91) John McLaughlin. 284. In segment (11.10.91) B. B. King. 284a. In segment (15.01.92) Bobby McFerrin, Doc Severinsen. 285. In segment (27.03.92) Tommy Newsom. 286. In segment (19.05.92) Tony Bennett, vocal. 287. In segment (22.05.92) Final show, with library footage of Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, George Benson, Ella Fitzgerald, Erroll Garner, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman, B. B. King, The Manhattan Transfer, Buddy Rich. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Throughout the years that the show aired a regular big band, known as The NBC Orchestra, comprised the cream of available jazz soloists and local session musicians. Among them have been Doc Severinsen, John Audino, Chuck Findley, Allen Vizzutti, tpt, fl horn; Conte Candoli, Pete Candoli, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, Nick DiMaio, Jimmy Zito, Charles Genduso, Maurey Harris, tpt; Urbie Green, Buddy Morrow, Gil Falco, Bruce Paulson, trb; Ernie Tack, bas-trb; Pete Christlieb, Bill Perkins, John Bambridge, Tommy Newsom, Don Ashworth, Don Menza, Ernie Watts, Terry Harrington, reeds; Ross Tompkins, Russ Freeman, Derek Smith, pno; Bob Bain, Mitch Holder, Bucky Pizzarelli, Tony Mottola, Herb Ellis, electric gtr; Joel DiBartolo, John Leitham, b; Jack Sperling, Shelly Manne, Ed Shaughnessy, Bobby Rosengarden, Louie Bellson, drs. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ In several segments Della Reese filled in for Johnny Carson as guest host.
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motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Medium length film (30-60 minutes). 9. "Satin doll" by Johnny Mercer, Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington. 16. "No blues"; "All blues" by Miles Davis. 28. "Hello, Dolly!", "Mame" by Jerry Herman. 28b. "You're gonna hear from me", "Goodbye Charlie" by André Previn, Dory Previn, performed by Angeline Butler. 29. "Blueberry Hill" by Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose; "Cabaret" by Fred Ebb, John Kander. 30. "What a wonderful world" by George David Weiss, Robert Thiele; "You'll never walk alone" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers. 33. "Mack the Knife" by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill. 34. "Cabaret" by Fred Ebb, John Kander; "A kiss to build a dream on" by Bert Kalmar, Oscar Hammerstein II, Harry Ruby. 35. "The bare necessities" by Terry Gilkyson; "What a wonderful world" by George David Weiss, Robert Thiele. 42. "Mack the Knife" by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill; "Hello, Dolly!" by Jerry Herman. 47. "We have all the time in the world" by Hal David, John Barry; "Someday you'll be sorry" by Louis Armstrong. 79. "Pretty little Missy" by Louis Armstrong, Billy Kyle; "Blueberry Hill" by Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose. 189. "When in Rome" by Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman. 195. "Have a good time" by Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant, "Everything must change" by Bernard Ighner, performed by Peggy Lee; "You're nobody ‘til somebody loves you", by Russ Morgan, Larry Stock, James Cavanaugh, "Basin Street blues" by Spencer Williams, performed by The Mills Brothers. 221. "Hot lips" by Henry Busse, Henry Lange, Lou Davis; "Sugar blues" by Lucy Fletcher, Clarence Williams, "Gonna fly now" by Bill Conti, Carol Connors, Ayn Robbins, performed by Al Hirt. 239a. "Air mail special" by Benny Goodman, Charlie Christian, Jimmy Mundy; "Hot blues" by Terry Gibbs. 263. "Well git it" by Sy Oliver. 280. "Paying the cost to be the boss". 287. "Hello, Dolly!" by Jerry Herman, performed by Louis Armstrong; "Sweet Georgia Brown" by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard, Ken Casey, performed by Ella Fitzgerald; "On Broadway" by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, performed by George Benson; "Route 66" by Bobby Troup, performed by The Manhattan Transfer. (Songs). Credited guests included:- 1. In segment (01.10.62) Tony Bennett, Jack Sperling. 2. In segment (02.10.62) Artie Shaw. 3. In segment (12.10.62) Lonnie Donegan. 4. In segment (29.10.62) Erroll Garner, piano. 5. In segment (07.11.62) Della Reese, vocal. 6. In segment (28.11.62) Artie Shaw, Keely Smith. 7. In segment (31.12.62) Artie Shaw. 8. In segment (11.03.63) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 8a. In segment (19.04.63) Teri Thornton. 9. In segment (13.05.63) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal; Duke Ellington, piano. 9a. In segment (04.07.63) Duke Ellington, piano. 10. In segment (05.08.63) Ray Charles. 11. In segment (27.09.63) Oscar Peterson, piano. 12. In segment (11.03.64) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 13. In segment (19.03.64) Lionel Hampton. 14. In segment (21.04.64) Pete Fountain, Jack Sperling. 15. In segment (27.07.64) Pearl Bailey. 16. In segment (09.64) The Miles Davis Quintet:- Miles Davis, trumpet; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, piano; Ron Carter, acoustic double bass; Tony Williams, drums. 17. In segment (10.09.64) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 18. In segment (21.09.64) Pearl Bailey. 19. In segment (15.11.64) Mel Tormé, vocal. 19a. In segment (23.11.64) Della Reese. 20. In segment (08.12.64) Cleo Laine, Johnny Dankworth. 21. In segment (22.03.65) Benny Goodman. 22. In segment (27.09.65) Pearl Bailey. 23. In segment (19.10.65) Julie London, vocal. 24. In segment (07.01.66) Tony Bennett, vocal. 25. In segment (30.04.66) Dorothy Donegan, piano. 25a. In segment (16.08.66) Peter Nero. 26. In segment (23.09.66) Mel Tormé, vocal. 27. In segment (16.11.66) Benny Goodman. 27a. In segment (27.02.67) Della Reese. 27b. In segment (04.05.67) Luiz Bonfà. 28. In segment (11.05.67) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; and his All Stars. 28a. In segment (21.06.67) Luiz Bonfà. 28b. In segment (30.06.67) Buddy Rich. 29. In segment (16.08.67) Louis Armstrong and his All Stars:- Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Tyree Glenn, trombone; Joe Muranyi, clarinet; Marty Napoleon, piano; Buddy Catlett, acoustic double bass; Danny Barcelona, drums. 30. In segment (11.10.67) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal. 31. In segment (13.10.67) Doc Severinson. 32. In segment (22.10.67) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal. 33. In segment (25.01.68) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal. 34. In segment (28.03.68) Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal. 35. In segment (22.04.68) Louis Armstrong and His All Stars:- Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Tyree Glenn, trombone; Joe Muranyi, clarinet; Marty Napoleon, piano; Buddy Catlett, acoustic double bass; Danny Barcelona, drums. 36. In segment (14.08.68) Doc Severinson. 37. In segment (21.11.68) Doc Severinson. 38. In segment (06.03.69) Louie Bellson, Buddy Rich, drums. 38a. In segment (05.05.69) Peter Nero, piano. 38b. In segment (16.10.69) Peter Nero, piano. 39. In segment (25.11.69) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 40. In segment (26.11.69) Gary McFarland. 41. In segment (20.01.70) Tony Bennett, vocal. 42. In segment (13.02.70) Louis Armstrong, vocal. 43. In segment (17.02.70) Ray Charles. 44. In segment (25.02.70) Della Reese, vocal. 45. In segment (10.03.70) Sue Raney, vocal. 46. In segment (11.03.70) Al Hirt. 47. In segment (03.04.70) Louis Armstrong, vocal. 48. In segment (06.04.70) Buddy Rich, drums. 49. In segment (08.04.70) Erroll Garner, piano; Peggy Lee, vocal. 50. In segment (09.04.70) Bob Haggart, Yank Lawson. 51. In segment (20.04.70) Joe Williams, vocal. 52. In segment (24.04.70) The Modern Jazz Quartet (including John Lewis, piano; Milt Jackson, vibraphone, Connie Kay, drs). 52a. In segment (04.05.70) Peter Nero, piano. 53. In segment (06.05.70) Phil Moore. 54. In segment (25.05.70) Della Reese, vocal. 55. In segment (29.05.70) Carmen McRae, vocal. 56. In segment (02.06.70) Louis Armstrong, B. B. King. 57. In segment (12.06.70) Louis Armstrong. 58. In segment (15.06.70) Buddy Rich, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 59. In segment (30.06.70) Buddy Rich, drums. 60. In segment (02.07.70) Della Reese, vocal. 61. In segment (03.07.70) Della Reese, vocal. 62. In segment (10.07.70) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 63. In segment (14.07.70) Mahalia Jackson, vocal. 64. In segment (25.08.70) Cab Calloway. 65. In segment (16.09.70) Don Cherry. 66. In segment (13.10.70) Buddy Rich, drums. 67. In segment (15.10.70) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. 68. In segment (22.10.70) Woody Herman. 69. In segment (10.11.70) Dizzy Gillespie. 70. In segment (16.11.70) Della Reese, vocal. 71. In segment (30.11.70) Della Reese, vocal; Peter Nero, piano. 72. In segment (01.01.71) Junior Mance, piano. 73. In segment (07.01.71) Della Reese, vocal. 74. In segment (22.01.71) Tony Bennett, vocal. 75. In segment (01.02.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 76. In segment (03.02.71) Della Reese, vocal. 77. In segment (18.02.71) Della Reese, vocal. 78. In segment (22.02.71) Carmen McRae, vocal. 79. In segment (01.03.71) Louis Armstrong and the All Stars:- Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Tyree Glenn, trombone; Joe Muranyi, clarinet; Marty Napoleon, piano; Arvell Shaw, acoustic double bass; Danny Barcelona, drums. 80. In segment (02.03.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 81. In segment (11.03.71) Louis Prima. 82. In segment (14.04.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 83. In segment (11.05.71) Della Reese, vocal. 84. In segment (12.05.71) Mel Tormé, vocal. 85. In segment (17.05.71) Lou Rawls, vocal. 86. In segment (19.05.71) Al Hirt. 87. In segment (20.05.71) Nancy Wilson, vocal. 88. In segment (04.06.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 89. In segment (17.06.71) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. 90. In segment (22.06.71) Carmen McRae, vocal. 91. In segment (29.06.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 92. In segment (01.07.71) Della Reese, vocal. 93. In segment (07.07.71) Luiz Bonfá, guitar. 94. In segment (12.07.71) Luiz Bonfá, guitar. 95. In segment (13.07.71) Luiz Bonfá, guitar. 96. In segment (04.08.71) Della Reese, vocal. 97. In segment (10.08.71) Mel Tormé, vocal. 98. In segment (18.08.71) Joe Williams, vocal. 99. In segment (10.09.71) Artie Shaw. 100. In segment (22.09.71) Artie Shaw. 101. In segment (23.09.71) Della Reese, vocal. 102 In segment (24.09.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 103. In segment (28.09.71) Joe Williams, vocal. 104. In segment (04.10.71) Artie Shaw. 105. In segment (07.10.71) Buddy Rich, drums. 106. In segment (12.10.71) Erroll Garner, piano. 107. In segment (14.10.71) Artie Shaw. 108. In segment (15.10.71) Mel Tormé, vocal. 108a. In segment (25.10.71) Peter Nero, piano. 109. In segment (11.11.71) Della Reese, vocal. 110. In segment (18.11.71) Caterina Valente, vocal. 111. In segment (19.11.71) Della Reese, vocal; Peter Nero, piano. 112. In segment (22.11.71) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Artie Shaw. 113. In segment (23.11.71) George Barnes, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. 113a. In segment (16.12.71) Peter Nero, piano. 114. In segment (27.12.71) Ethel Ennis, vocal. 115. In segment (06.01.72) Buddy Rich, drums; Artie Shaw. 116. In segment (24.02.72) Della Reese, vocal. 117. In segment (28.02.72) Julie London, Bobby Troup. 118. In segment (30.03.72) Artie Shaw. 119. In segment (31.03.72) Caterina Valente, vocal. 120. In segment (10.05.72) Ethel Waters. 121. In segment (19.05.72) Pete Christlieb, tenor sax. 122. In segment (24.05.72) Della Reese, vocal. 123. In segment (30.05.72) Ray Charles. 124. In segment (12.06.72) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 125. In segment (14.06.72) Erroll Garner, piano. 126. In segment (16.06.72) Willie Bobo. 127. In segment (19.06.72) Della Reese, vocal. 128. In segment (29.06.72) Buddy Rich, drums; Cathy Rich, vocal. 129. In segment (24.07.72) Nancy Wilson, vocal. 130. In segment (10.08.72) Della Reese, vocal. 131. In segment (29.08.72) Lou Rawls. 132. In segment (08.09.72) Buddy Rich. 133. In segment (28.09.72) Joe Williams, vocal. 134. In segment (09.10.72) Della Reese, vocal. 135. In segment (17.10.72) Pearl Bailey, vocal; Erroll Garner, piano. 136. In segment (19.10.72) Erroll Garner, piano. 137. In segment (27.10.72) Ethel Waters, Artie Shaw. 138. In segment (29.11.72) Buddy Rich, drums. 139. In segment (13.12.72) Della Reese, vocal. 140. In segment (27.12.72) The Mills Brothers, vocal; Buddy Rich, drums. 140a. In segment (09.01.73) Peter Nero, piano. 141. In segment (11.01.73) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal. 142. In segment (12.01.73) Joe Williams, vocal. 143. In segment (18.01.73) Eubie Blake, Artie Shaw. 144. In segment (31.01.73) Della Reese, vocal. 145. In segment (12.02.73) Mel Tormé, vocal. 146. In segment (22.02.73) Ethel Ennis, vocal. 147. In segment (27.02.73) Nancy Wilson, vocal. 148. In segment (19.02.73) Peggy Lee, vocal. 149. In segment (28.03.73) Eubie Blake. 150. In segment (12.04.73) Joe Williams, vocal. 151. In segment (13.04.73) Della Reese, vocal; Buddy Rich, drums. 152. In segment (18.04.73) Artie Shaw. 153. In segment (27.04.73) Pearl Bailey, vocal. 154. In segment (10.05.73) Eubie Blake. 155. In segment (11.05.73) Buddy Rich, drums. 155a. In segment (25.05.73) Peter Nero, piano. 156. In segment (29.05.73) Erroll Garner, piano. 157. In segment (04.06.73) Della Reese, vocal. 158. In segment (27.06.73) Della Reese, vocal. 159. In segment (13.08.73) Della Reese, Mel Tormé, vocal. 160. In segment (03.09.73) The Mills Brothers, vocal. 161. In segment (05.09.73) Buddy Rich, drums; Cathy Rich, vocal. 162. In segment (21.09.73) Cleo Laine, vocal. 163. In segment (10.10.73) Della Reese, vocal. 164. In segment (20.11.73) Erroll Garner, piano. 165. In segment (19.12.73) Al Hirt. 166. In segment (26.12.73) Mel Tormé, vocal. 167. In segment (14.01.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 168. In segment (15.01.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 169. In segment (12.02.74) Ray Charles. 170. In segment (19.03.74) Johnny Dankworth, Cleo Laine. 171. In segment (02.04.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 172. In segment (03.04.74) Buddy Rich, drums. 173. In segment (11.04.74) Diahann Carroll, vocal; Doc Severinson, trumpet. 174. In segment (18.06.74) Lou Rawls, vocal. 175. In segment (26.06.74) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 176. In segment (01.07.74) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 177. In segment (30.10.74) Della Reese, vocal. 178. In segment (21.11.74) Peggy Lee, vocal. 179. In segment (18.12.74) Erroll Garner, piano. 180. In segment (23.12.74) Della Reese, vocal. 181. In segment (25.12.74) Della Reese, vocal. 182. In segment (02.01.75) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 183. In segment (17.04.75) Mel Tormé, vocal. 184. In segment (22.04.75) Buddy Rich, drums. 185. In segment (19.05.75) Peggy Lee, Della Reese, vocal. 186. In segment (24.07.75) Peggy Lee, vocal. 187. In segment (18.09.75) Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Tommy Newson. 188. In segment (10.10.75) Peggy Lee, vocal. 189. In segment (27.10.75) Bill Evans, piano; Tony Bennett, vocal. 190. In segment (31.10.75) Joe Williams, vocal. 191. In segment (30.12.75) Billy Eckstine, vocal. 192. In segment (30.01.76) Peggy Lee, vocal. 193. In segment (06.03.76) Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Tommy Newsom. 194. In segment (28.04.76) Ella Fitzgerald, vocal. 195. In segment (03.09.76) Peggy Lee, The Mills Brothers, vocal. 196. In segment (24.09.76) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 197. In segment (02.01.77) Buddy Rich, drums. 198. In segment (10.06.77) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 199. In segment (23.06.77) Della Reese, vocal. 200. In segment (09.09.77) Eubie Blake, piano. 201. In segment (28.10.77) Al Jarreau, vocal. 202. In segment (14.12.77) Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Tommy Newsom. 203. In segment (26.12.77) Mel Tormé, vocal. 204. In segment (30.12.77) Peggy Lee, vocal. 205. In segment (06.01.78) Joe Williams, vocal. 206. In segment (24.02.78) Chuck Mangione. 207. In segment (19.04.78) Peggy Lee, vocal. 208. In segment (03.08.78) Peggy Lee, vocal. 209. In segment (17.08.78) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 210. In segment (04.12.78) Lou Rawls, vocal. 211. In segment (01.01.79) Joe Williams, vocal. 212. In segment (25.04.79) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 213. In segment (02.05.79) Tony Bennett, vocal. 214. In segment (03.07.79) Lou Rawls, vocal. 215. In segment (19.09.79) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 216. In segment (21.09.79) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 217. In segment (24.09.79) Sonny Rollins, solo tenor sax. 218. In segment (29.10.79) Peggy Lee, vocal. 219. In segment (12.12.79) Louie Bellson, drums. 220. In segment (17.12.79) Mel Tormé, vocal. 221. In segment (21.12.79) Al Hirt, trumpet. 222. In segment (02.01.80) Eubie Blake. 223. In segment (13.05.80) Chuck Mangione. 224. In segment (08.08.80) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 225. In segment (30.09.80) Joe Williams, vocal. 226. In segment (06.10.80) George Benson. 227. In segment (07.10.80) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 228. In segment (28.10.80) Buddy Rich, drums. 229. In segment (11.11.80) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 230. In segment (18.11.80) Tommy Newsom. 231. In segment (17.12.80) B. B. King. 232. In segment (31.12.80) The Manhattan Transfer. 233. In segment (07.01.81) Joe Williams, vocal. 234. In segment (30.07.81) B. B. King. 235. In segment (14.08.81) Doc Severinsen, Tommy Newsom. 236. In segment (25.08.81) Carmen McRae, vocal. 237. In segment (26.08.81) George Shearing, piano. 238. In segment (17.12.81) B. B. King. 239. In segment (18.12.81) Sarah Vaughan, vocal. 239a. In segment (1982) Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Terry Gibbs, vibraphone; Ross Tompkins, piano; Joel DiBartolo, acoustic double bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums. 240. In segment (26.02.82) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 241. In segment (24.06.82) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 242. In segment (27.08.82) Diahann Carroll, vocal. 243. In segment (20.10.82) Mel Tormé, vocal. 244. In segment (22.10.82) Freddie Hubbard, trumpet. 245. In segment (27.10.82) Al Hirt, trumpet. 246. In segment (18.12.82) B. B. King. 247. In segment (05.01.83) B. B. King. 248. In segment (08.09.83) Chuck Mangione. 249. In segment (22.02.84) Sue Raney, vocal. 250. In segment (29.02.84) Wynton Marsalis, trumpet. 251. In segment (17.05.84) Stéphane Grappelli, violin. 252. In segment (15.06.84) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 253. In segment (25.06.84) Peggy Lee, vocal. 254. In segment (09.11.84) Joe Williams, vocal. 255. In segment (27.11.84) B. B. King. 256. In segment (28.03.85) Joe Williams, vocal. 257. In segment (16.05.85) George Benson. 258. In segment (23.05.85) Al Jarreau, vocal. 259. In segment (21.06.85) B. B. King. 260. In segment (24.19.85) Lou Rawls, vocal. 261. In segment (27.09.85) Clark Terry. 262. In segment (16.11.85) John McLaughlin. 263. In segment (27.03.86) Buddy Rich, drums. 264. In segment (24.04.86) Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. 265. In segment (22.05.86) Pete Fountain, clarinet. 266. In segment (03.09.86) George Benson. 267. In segment (09.09.86) B. B. King. 268. In segment (17.10.86) Tommy Newson. 269. In segment (30.10.86) Carmen McRae, vocal; The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. 270. In segment (11.12.86) Bobby McFerrin, vocal. 271. In segment (12.12.86) Al Jarreau, vocal. 272. In segment (19.02.87) Ray Charles. 273. In segment (27.03.87) Etta James, vocal. 274. In segment (09.06.87) Ray Charles. 275. In segment (10.06.87) Doc Severinsen, trumpet. 276. In segment (18.12.87) Tony Bennett, vocal. 277. In segment (28.10.88) Buddy Rich, drums. 278. In segment (12.12.88) Lou Rawls, vocal. 279. In segment (26.12.89) Lou Rawls, vocal. 280. In segment (06.04.90) B. B. King, electric guitar, vocal. 281. In segment (21.08.90) Lionel Hampton, vibraphone. 282. In segment (14.12.90) Tommy Newsom. 282a. In segment (22.03.91) Bobby McFerrin. 283. In segment (23.04.91) John McLaughlin. 284. In segment (11.10.91) B. B. King. 284a. In segment (15.01.92) Bobby McFerrin, Doc Severinsen. 285. In segment (27.03.92) Tommy Newsom. 286. In segment (19.05.92) Tony Bennett, vocal. 287. In segment (22.05.92) Final show, with library footage of Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, George Benson, Ella Fitzgerald, Erroll Garner, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman, B. B. King, The Manhattan Transfer, Buddy Rich. (Personnel On Camera). Throughout the years that the show aired a regular big band, known as The NBC Orchestra, comprised the cream of available jazz soloists and local session musicians. Among them have been Doc Severinsen, John Audino, Chuck Findley, Allen Vizzutti, tpt, fl horn; Conte Candoli, Pete Candoli, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, Nick DiMaio, Jimmy Zito, Charles Genduso, Maurey Harris, tpt; Urbie Green, Buddy Morrow, Gil Falco, Bruce Paulson, trb; Ernie Tack, bas-trb; Pete Christlieb, Bill Perkins, John Bambridge, Tommy Newsom, Don Ashworth, Don Menza, Ernie Watts, Terry Harrington, reeds; Ross Tompkins, Russ Freeman, Derek Smith, pno; Bob Bain, Mitch Holder, Bucky Pizzarelli, Tony Mottola, Herb Ellis, electric gtr; Joel DiBartolo, John Leitham, b; Jack Sperling, Shelly Manne, Ed Shaughnessy, Bobby Rosengarden, Louie Bellson, drs. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ In several segments Della Reese filled in for Johnny Carson as guest host. Motion Picture (Form).
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Frederick De Cordova, Dick Carson, Bobby Quinn, Robert Ostberg, Steve Purcell, Will Schaefer, Skitch Henderson, Shelly Cohen, Will Schaefer Bill Holman, and Tommy Newsom. THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON. USA, 1962.

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Frederick De Cordova, D. C., Will Schaefer, Skitch Henderson, Shelly Cohen, Bill Holman, W. S. & Tommy Newsom. (1962) THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON. USA.

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Frederick De Cordova, Dick Carson, Bobby Quinn, Robert Ostberg, Steve Purcell, et al. THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON. USA, 1962.