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This Weekend on PBS

"Those Were The Days (1975)"

Lawrence WelkSee the Lawrence Welk Show's "Those Were The Days" episode this weekend on PBS .

This episode celebrates great songs of the era, and originally aired in 1975.

Highlights include the cast singing "Those Were The Days", Ralna English sings "Love Me or Leave Me", Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell and Mary Lou Metzger sing the Andrews Sister's hit song "Apple Blossom Time" (#5 song in 1941), Bob Ralston and Bob Smale on twin pianos with the orchestra perform "Tales from the Vienna Woods",  Anacani with Neil Levang on guitar sings "Besame Mucho", Bobby and Cissy dance to the "Varsity Drag", Tom Netherton sings the Johnny Mathis hit song "Chances Are", Clay Hart sings the Hank Williams 1952 hit song "Your Cheatin' Heart", and Bob Ralston performs the Patti Page hit song "You Can't Be True Dear."

Preview of Upcoming Episode

("Tales from the Vienna Woods"):