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There has probably been no greater entertainer in the history of show business than the late singer-songwriter-actor BOBBY DARIN. Whether swingin on Las Vegas nightclub stages, rockin in the recording studio, starring on movie screens or captivating audiences on television and radio, Bobby Darin delivered enough talent to last well beyond his all-too-brief lifetime. The Bobby Darin Show aired on NBC-TV in 1973, the same year of Bobby's untimely passing. The thirteen shows represent the last chapter in the career of an iconic artist who would span genres and generations. His songs remain timeless with a voice that has stayed vital. Among the classic Bobby Darin hits featured are Mack the Knife, Beyond the Sea, Splish Splash, If I Were A Carpenter, Artificial Flowers, Won t You Come Home Bill Bailey, Happy and Mame. Bobby also delivers stunning renditions of popular standards (Just Once In A Lifetime, Cry Me A River, Come Rain or Come Shine), Broadway showtunes (Don t Rain On My Parade, Some People, Lover Come Back To Me) and contemporary sounds (I ll Be Your Baby Tonight, Can t Take My Eyes Off You, For Once In My Life). Bobby duets with a dazzling list of lovely ladies of song such as Peggy Lee, Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, Helen Reddy, Nancy Sinatra, Freda Payne and Connie Stevens. Additional guests include: Phyllis Diller, Tim Conway, Cloris Leachman, Andy Griffith, Dyan Cannon, Redd Foxx, Flip Wilson, Sid Caesar, Leslie Uggams, Arte Johnson, David Steinberg, Elke Sommer, Burl Ives, Carol Lawrence, Charles Nelson Reilly, Jackie Joseph, Pat Buttram and Donald O'Connor.
|S01E01||Dyan Cannon / Burl Ives / Flip Wilson||19/01/1973||Bobby welcomes guests Dyan Cannon, Flip Wilson, and Burl Ives. Bobby sings 'Once In A Lifetime', 'Sweet Caroline', 'A Quarter 'Til Nine', and duets with Mr. Ives on 'Hi Lili, Hi Lo', and with Cannon on 'Something'.|
|S01E02||Helen Reddy / David Steinberg||26/01/1973||Bobby welcomes David Steinberg and musical guest Helen Reddy. Bobby sings 'Caravan', 'Born Free', 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight', 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', and closes the show with a musical tribute to the city of St. Louis.|
|S01E03||Petula Clark / Flip Wilson||02/02/1973||Bobby welcomes Flip Wilson, and musical guest Petula Clark. Bobby sings 'Artificial Flowers'.|
|S01E04||Redd Foxx / Nancy Sinatra / Seals and Crofts||09/02/1973||Bobby's guests, this evening: Redd Foxx, Nancy Sinatra, and Seals and Crofts. Bobby sings 'King Of The Road', 'Lover Come Back To Me', 'If', 'Lonesome Road', and duets with Nancy on 'Light My Fire'.|
|S01E05||Freda Payne / Charles Nelson Reilly / Taj Mahal||16/02/1973||Bobby welcomes comedic guest Charles Nelson Reilly, and musical guests Freda Payne, and Taj Mahal. Bobby sings 'Dreidel', and 'This Could Be The Start Of Something Big', among others.|
|S01E06||Tim Conway / Cloris Leachman||23/02/1973||Bobby welcomes guests Tim Conway, and Cloris Leachman. Bobby sings 'Song Sung Blue', 'Don't Rain On My Parade', 'Alone Again', and duets with Cloris Leachman on 'Never My Love'.|
|S01E07||Donald O'Connor / Elke Sommer / PDQ Bach||02/03/1973||Bobby's guests, this evening: Donald O'Connor, Elke Sommer, and PDQ Bach. Bobby sings 'Mame', 'Once Upon A Time', 'It's Today', and duets with Elke on 'Let's Fall In Love', with Donald on 'Two Of A Kind', and with Charlene Wong on 'Give a Little Whistle'.|
|S01E08||Sid Caesar / Jackie Joseph / Dusty Springfield||09/03/1973||Bobby welcomes guests Sid Caesar, Jackie Joseph, and Dusty Springfield. Bobby solos on 'I Get a Kick Out of You', 'Climb Every Mountain', 'Some People', 'Help Me Make It Through the Night', duets with Dusty on 'Baby, I Need Your Lovin', with 8 year-old Charlene Wong on 'There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly', and closes with his classic: 'Mack The Knife'.|
|S01E09||Andy Griffith / Connie Stevens / Eric Weissberg / Steve Mandel||30/03/1973||Bobby welcomes comedic guest Andy Griffith, and musical guests Connie Stevens, Eric Weissberg, and Steve Mandel. Bobby sings 'Brooklyn Roads', 'If I Were A Carpenter', 'As Long As I'm Singin', 'I've Got You Under My Skin', and duets with Connie on 'You've Got A Friend'.|
|S01E10||Phyllis Diller / Leslie Uggams / David Bromberg||06/04/1973||Bobby welcomes guests Leslie Uggams, Phyllis Diller, and guitarist David Bromberg. Bobby solos on 'Charade', and his classic 'Beyond The Sea', duets with Leslie on 'Happy Together', and clowns with Diller, in comedy sketches.|
|S01E11||Arte Johnson / Freda Payne / Bread||13/04/1973||Bobby's guests, this evening: Arte Johnson, Freda Payne, and Bread. Bobby sings 'Let The Good Times Roll', 'Cry Me A River', and 'There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder', and joins Arte for some comedy.|
|S01E12||Pat Buttram / Carol Lawrence / Bill Withers||20/04/1973||Bobby welcomes musical guests Bill Withers and Carol Lawrence, and special guest Pat Buttram. Bobby sings 'Get Me To The Church On Time', 'Guys And Dolls', 'Shilo', 'Come Rain Or Come Shine', 'Volare', and duets with young Charlene Wong on 'High Hopes'.|
|S01E13||Peggy Lee||27/04/1973||In this special final episode of the series, Peggy Lee joins Bobby in concert. Bobby solos with such favorites as 'For Once In My Life', 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You', 'Midnight Special', and 'Lonesome Whistle', among others, and duets with Peggy on 'Just Friends', 'Skylark', 'Spring Is Here', and others.|