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This Weekend on PBS
"Harry Warren Salute (1972)"
See the Lawrence Welk Show's "Harry Warren Salute" episode this weekend on PBS .
This episode celebrates the music of composer Harry Warren, a prolific composer who wrote more than 800 songs between 1918 and 1981, including many memorable movie classics. The show begins with the song "Lullaby of Broadway" performed by Tanya Welk, Joe Feeney, Gail Farrell, Dick Dale, Cissy King, Bobby Burgess, Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts, Mary Lou Metzger and Ken Delo. Guy Hovis and Ralna English sing "Would You Like to Take a Walk", Norma Zimmer sings "I Only Have Eyes For You", Clay Hart performs the "Chattanooga Choo Choo", Tanya Welk performs "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby", Ken Delo sings "I Found a Million Dollar Baby in a Five-and-Ten Cent Store", Arthur Duncan dances to "With Plenty of Money and You", Bob Ralston performs "September in the Rain" and Myron Floren performs "The Kiss Polka."
Episode Preview ("Lullaby of Broadway"):