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This Weekend on PBS
"My Blue Heaven (1964)"
See the Lawrence Welk Show's "My Blue Heaven" episode this weekend on PBS .
This episode begins with the song "My Blue Heaven" performed as an accordion duet by Lawrence Welk and Myron Floren. Also, Bobby Burgess and Cissy King dance to "Cheek to Cheek", the Lennon sing "More", the orchestra performs "Josephine", Joe Feeney sings "Galway Bay", Jo Ann Castle performs "Hello Dolly", Dick Dale and the Lennon's sing "Cindy" and "He", Bob Ralston performs "Sunrise Serenade", Arthur Duncan dances to "Doin' the New Low Down", Pete Lofthouse performs "Does Your Heart Beat for Me", Norma Zimmer sings "One Fine Day", the Welk Band sings for Janet Lennon's 18th Birthday, Larry Hooper sings "Oh, Happy Day", Jimmy Wakely, Buddy Merrill and Bobby Bruce perform "Flag of the Free" and the Orchestra performs "You're a Grand Old Flag and the "President Kennedy March."
Episode Preview ("My Blue Heaven"):