The Best of The Andy Williams Show

The Best of The Andy Williams Show

Timeless Music and Comedy Hosted By Andy Williams

Timeless Music and Comedy Hosted By Andy Williams

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Hilarious, Heartwarming Emmy-Winning Episodes from Andy’s Classic Variety Show

Pop singer extraordinaire and TV legend Andy Williams graced the airwaves from 1962 to 1971 with a weekly variety show that featured the best entertainers in the business. Beloved for his folksy charm and sweaters as colorful as the NBC peacock feathers, Williams won three Emmys® during his series run. 

In this collection Andy is joined by a dazzling spectrum of guests from the worlds of television, film, theater and music.

You’ll get a total of 10 DVDs including:

  • 31 classic episodes from The Andy Williams Show
  • Musical Performances with Julie Andrews, Burt Bacharach, Tony Bennett, Ray Charles, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, Judy Garland, Robert Goulet, Peggy Lee, Johnny Mathis, Mary Tyler Moore, Olivia Newton-John, Kenny Rogers, Dusty Springfield, and more!
  • Comedy Sketches with Jonathan Winters, Bob Hope, Sid Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Charlie Callas, Art Carney, Carol Channing, Phyllis Diller, Nanette Fabray, Eddie Fisher, Redd Foxx, Frank Gorshin, Lorne Greene, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Jo Anne Worley, Bob Newhart, and more!
  • DVD filled with Andy’s favorite Christmas songs, including White Christmas, Silent Night and Jingle Bells, all from Andy’s famous Christmas specials.
  • FREE BONUS DVD featuring remarkable one-of-a-kind duets with artists including Julie Andrews, Ray Charles, Roger Miller, Lena Horne, Johnny Mathis, and more.

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Upgrade to the Deluxe, 21 DVD collection! Add The Best of the Bing Crosby Specials to your collection for 11 additional DVDs featuring the very best of Bing Crosby’s acclaimed specials with hours of bonus features. This collection features all of Bing’s iconic hits, including “Pennies from Heaven,” “Swinging on a Star,” “Don’t Fence Me In,” “It’s Easy to Remember,” “Dinah,” and of course, “White Christmas.” 

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The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 1

With a personality as versatile as his voice, Williams cavorts with Tony Bennett and Roger Miller one minute, accompanies them on duets the next, and then jests with Bob Hope and Mary Tyler Moore. The climax is an elaborate Polynesian production number, with hula dancers and Andy closing with his hit, “The Hawaiian Wedding Song.”
  • Original Air Date: March 1, 1965

    • Andy Williams: Moon River
    • Andy, Count Basie and His Orchestra & Tony Bennett: This Could Be the Start of Something Big
    • Andy & Tony Bennett: Medley: The Gypsy in My Soul/Chicago/My Kind of Town/San Francisco/I Left My Heart in San Francisco
    • Roger Miller: Dang Me
    • Roger Miller & Andy: King of the Road
    • Tony Bennett with Count Basie and His Orchestra: Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

  • Original Air Date: October 11, 1965

    • Andy Williams: Moon River
    • Mary Tyler Moore: Hey, Babe, Hey
    • Andy Williams: Hello, Young Lovers
    • Bob Hope & Andy: Comedy Spot
    • Bob Hope & Andy: You Got Class
    • Andy, Mary Tyler Moore & Roger Miller: Medley: Pearly Shells/No Huhu/Beulah (My Hawaiian Dancing Queen)/Hawaiian War Chant/Aloha Oe
    • Andy Williams: The Hawaiian Wedding Song

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 2

Andy is joined by Vic Damone and Bobby Darin for a dazzling medley of show tunes, and later in the same show Andy welcomes Henry Mancini for a medley of his movie theme songs. Also joining the fun are vocalists extraordinaire Jack Jones and Peggy Lee, plus comedy legend Bob Newhart.
  • Original Air Date: January 11, 1965

    • Andy Williams: Moon River
    • Vic Damone, Bobby Darin & Andy: Medley: There’s No Business Like Show Business/A Lot of Livin’ to Do/Put on a Happy Face/Get Me to the Church on Time/You Are Woman, I Am Man/Hello, Dolly!
    • Andy Williams: Charade
    • Henry Mancini & Andy: Medley: Mr. Lucky/The Pink Panther Theme/A Shot in the Dark/Baby Elephant Walk/Days of Wine and Roses/Peter Gunn/Dear Heart
    • Vic Damone: Tonight

  • Original Air Date: October 2, 1966

    • Andy Williams: Moon River
    • Peggy Lee: Put the Blame on Mame
    • Andy Williams: That’s All
    • Bob Newhart & Andy: Comedy Spot
    • Al Hirt & Andy: I Can’t Get Started
    • Andy, Al Hirt, Jack Jones & Peggy Lee: Smack Dab in the Middle
    • Andy Williams: May Each Day
    Bonus Features:
    • Exclusive Andy Williams interview, taped on March 15, 2007, in La Quinta, California 

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 3

Clad in a Nehru jacket, Andy croons with the late sixties fashions. Along with Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin, he welcomes pop trendsetters like Burt Bacharach and Mama Cass (in her first solo television appearance).
  • Original Air Date: September 11, 1966

    • Andy Williams: Moon River
    • The Smothers Brothers: Michael, Row the Boat Ashore
    • Ella Fitzgerald: Lover Man
    • Andy Williams: Strangers in the Night
    • Jonathan Winters & Andy: Comedy Spot
    • Andy, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans: Medley: County Fair/Texas Plains

  • Original Air Date: April 28, 1968

    • Andy, Ray Charles & the Raelets: Medley: Moonlight Sonata/What’d I Say/Spinning Song
    • Andy & Cass Elliot (Mama Cass): Medley: Words/Words of Love/You’ve Got Your Troubles
    • Andy, Burt Bacharach & the Raelets: Medley: Alfie/Walk On By/(There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me/The Look of Love/I Say a Little Prayer/What the World Needs Now Is Love
    Bonus Features:
    • Exclusive Andy Williams interview, taped on March 15, 2007, in La Quinta, California

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 4

Powerhouse vocals and big hits prevail, as Sammy Davis Jr. rides the wave of his pop smash “What Kind of Fool Am I,” while Bobby Hatfield soars with “Unchained Melody.” Duets by Andy Williams and Bing Crosby plus some Ella Fitzgerald and Julie Andrews numbers equal one “super-cali-fragil-istic” good time.
  • Original Air Date: October 25, 1962

    • Andy Williams: You Do Something to Me
    • Sammy Davis Jr.: What Kind of Fool Am I
  • Original Air Date: October 19, 1964

    • “Tennessee” Ernie Ford & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Al Hirt: Sugar Lips
    • Andy Williams: May Each Day

  • Original Air Date: November 30, 1964

    • Julie Andrews & the Osmond Brothers: Super-cali-fragil-istic-expi-ali-docious

  • Original Air Date: October 25, 1965

    • Andy Williams: Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows
    • Gig Young & Andy: Ya Got Trouble
    • Bobby Hatfield (The Righteous Brothers): Unchained Melody
    • Gig Young, Nanette Fabray & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Andy Williams: Try to Remember

  • Original Air Date: November 15, 1965

    • Andy Williams, André Previn, Ella Fitzgerald & Sid Caesar: The Gypsy in My Soul
    • Sid Caesar: Comedy Spot
    • Sid Caesar & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • André Previn: Get Me to the Church on Time
    • Ella Fitzgerald: Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Original Air Date: October 30, 1966

    • “Tennessee” Ernie Ford: Sixteen Tons
    • Bing Crosby & Andy: In a Little Spanish Town (’Twas on a Night Like This)
    • Kate Smith: Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 5

The February 26, 1967 show featuring “Tom Dooley” marked the last television performance by The Kingston Trio before they broke up. A rare appearance by Johnnie Ray doing his signature song “Cry” and a medley of hits by British songstress Dusty Springfield prove that “blue-eyed soul” was alive and well.
  • Original Air Date: January 1, 1967

    • Phyllis Diller: Comedy Spot
    • Ella Fitzgerald & Andy: The Lonesome Road
    • Andy Williams: Born Free

  • Original Air Date: February 26, 1967

    • Andy Williams: Music to Watch Girls By
    • The Kingston Trio: Tom Dooley
    • Jonathan Winters & Andy: Comedy Spot

  • Original Air Date: February 7, 1970

    • Jo Anne Worley & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Andy Williams: Moon River
    • Jo Anne Worley, Sid Caesar & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Dusty Springfield: Medley: The Look of Love/Just a Little Lovin’ (Early in the Mornin’)/You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me

  • Original Air Date: October 10, 1970

    • Johnnie Ray: Cry
    • Jonathan Winters, Ray Stevens, Charlie Callas & Andy: Comedy Sketch

  • Original Air Date: December 5, 1970

    • The 5th Dimension: One Less Bell to Answer
    • The 5th Dimension: Up-Up and Away
    • Andy Williams: May Each Day

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 6

This cavalcade of pop music stars showcases Tony Bennett (“The Shadow of Your Smile”), Eddie Fisher (“Games That Lovers Play”) and Robert Goulet (“Sunrise, Sunset”), not to mention Bobby Darin and Peter, Paul & Mary. Need some laughs? Check out Frank Gorshin’s impressions and Woody Allen’s moose story.
  • Original Air Date: September 13, 1965

    • Robert Goulet, Bobby Darin & Andy: I’ve Got That Feeling
    • Robert Goulet, Bobby Darin & Andy: An Honest Man
    • Robert Goulet, Bobby Darin & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Woody Allen: Comedy Spot
    • Robert Goulet: Sunrise, Sunset

  • Original Air Date: September 20, 1965

    • Andy Williams: On a Wonderful Day Like Today
    • Judy Garland & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Cliff Arquette (Charley Weaver) & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Judy Garland & Andy: Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody

  • Original Air Date: March 7, 1966

    • Peggy Lee, Tony Bennett & Andy: Medley: It’s a Lovely Day Today/Zip-a -Dee-Doo-Dah/Everything’s Coming Up Roses
    • Tony Bennett: The Shadow of Your Smile (Love Theme from “The Sandpiper”)
    • Frank Gorshin & Andy: Comedy Spot

  • Original Air Date: October 16, 1966

    • Nancy Ames: Guantanamera
    • Buddy Hackett & Andy: Comedy Spot
    • Peter, Paul & Mary: And When I Die
    • Eddie Fisher: Games That Lovers Play

  • Original Air Date: January 16, 1971

    • Lorne Greene, Cass Elliot & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Andy Williams: (Where Do I Begin) Love Story

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 7

On with the showstoppers! “Fever” by Peggy Lee is one cool firestorm. Johnny Mathis raises the stakes with “Maria” before Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass knock out two of their hit tunes. Andy himself figures in the action, most notably alongside Eddie Fisher and Bobby Darin in a dazzling trio version of “Do-Re-Mi.”
  • Original Air Date: February 21, 1963

    • Andy Williams: Show Me
    • The New Christy Minstrels & Andy: Walk Right In
    • Andy Williams: Can’t Get Used to Losing You
    • Andy Williams: Canadian Sunset
    • Carol Channing & Andy: Comedy Spot

  • Original Air Date: November 16, 1964

    • Andy Williams: Ridin’ High
    • Johnny Mathis: Maria
    • Johnny Mathis & Andy: Bluesette

  • Original Air Date: May 31, 1965

    • Andy Williams: Go On with Your Dancing
    • Peggy Lee: Fever
    • Art Carney, Peggy Lee, Dave Grusin & Andy: Comedy Sketch

  • Original Air Date: January 10, 1966

    • Andy Williams: This Is the Life
    • Eddie Fisher, Bobby Darin & Andy: Do-Re-Mi
    • Bobby Darin, Eddie Fisher & Andy: Comedy Sketch
    • Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass: The Lonely Bull (El Solo Toro)
    • Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass: A Taste of Honey
    • Eddie Fisher: Try to Remember

  • Original Air Date: May 4, 1969

    • Andy Williams: Happy Heart
    • Roger Miller & Andy: King of the Road
    • Aretha Franklin: You Send Me

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 8

Pop and country mingle when the Carpenters (“For All We Know”) share the bill with Bobbie Gentry (“Ode to Billie Joe”). Bobby Darin (“Mack the Knife”) and bass-totin’ Kenny Rogers also drop in. No less sensational are teen idols Donny and Marie Osmond and Johnny Cash, who performs his future Grammy-winner, “A Boy Named Sue.”
  • Original Air Date: October 4, 1969

    • Johnny Cash: A Boy Named Sue
    • Johnny Cash & Andy: Medley: I Walk the Line/Folsom Prison Blues
    • Jonathan Winters & Andy: Comedy Spot
    • Kenny Rogers and the First Edition: Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town

  • Original Air Date: September 19, 1970

    • Bobby Darin: Mack the Knife
    • Andy Williams: Somewhere
    • Andy Williams: May Each Day

  • Original Air Date: February 13, 1971

    • The Carpenters: For All We Know
    • Jonathan Winters, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Karen Carpenter: Comedy Sketch
    • Bobbie Gentry: Ode to Billie Joe
    • Andy Williams: The Way You Look Tonight

  • Original Air Date: September 7, 1974

    • Olivia Newton-John: I Honestly Love You
    • Redd Foxx: Comedy Spot
    • Donny and Marie Osmond: I’m Leaving It (All) Up to You
    • Donny Osmond & Andy: You Are My Sunshine

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 9 Happy Holidays

Andy Williams always arrives just before Santa. Year after year, Andy Williams’ Christmas television shows put the wreath on the door and “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” has become the most popular Christmas song in the country. Sung only like Andy can, enjoy more than 20 Christmas favorites and special guest appearances by Andy’s brothers and the Osmonds, who began their careers on the Andy Williams Christmas Show!
  • Happy Holidays

    • Andy Williams: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
    • Andy Williams: White Christmas
    • The Osmond Brothers, the Williams Brothers & Andy : Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season
    • Claudine Longet & Andy: My Favorite Things
    • Andy Williams: New Year’s Eve
    • Andy Williams: Skater’s Waltz
    • Andy Williams: Some Children See Him
    • The Osmond Brothers & Andy: Silver Bells
    • The Williams Brothers & Andy: I’ll Be Home for Christmas
    • The Williams Brothers & Andy: Jingle Bells
    • Andy Williams: The Christmas Song
    • Andy Williams: Comedy Spot
    • Andy Williams: Ave Maria
    • Andy Williams: Moonlight in Vermont
    • Andy Williams: Sleigh Ride
    • Andy Williams: Mary’s Boy Child
    • Andy Williams: The Village of St. Bernadette
    • Andy Williams: Christmas Holiday
    • Andy Williams: Silent Night
    • Andy Williams: O’ Holy Night
    • Andy Williams: May Each Day
    Bonus Features:
    • The Best of The Andy Williams Christmas Show: Behind the Scenes
    • Featurette: An Old Fashioned Christmas

The Best of The Andy Williams Show DVD 10 My Favorite Duets

Many of show business’s great musicians, singers and actors all appeared on The Andy Williams Show. Given his background as part of the Williams Brothers quartet, Andy loved the opportunity to sing along side some of the greatest musical talents and performers of the day. These remarkable “duets” are classic are will be viewed often as they are truly “one-of-a-kind” moments in American Television entertainment.
  • My Favorite Duets

    • Sammy Davis Jr. & Andy: Breezing Along with the Breeze
    • The Osmond Brothers & Andy: Hello, Dolly!
    • Johnny Mathis & Andy: For You
    • Bing Crosby & Andy: Medley: Don’t Fence Me In/I’m an Old Cowhand/In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening/When You and I Were Young, Maggie Blues
    • Peter, Paul & Mary & Andy: Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
    • Ray Charles & Andy: What’d I Say
    • Roger Miller & Andy: In the Summertime
    • Pearl Bailey & Andy: The Simple Life
    • Antonio Carlos Jobim & Andy: Girl from Ipanema
    • Lena Horne & Andy: Great Day
    • The Williams Brothers & Andy: Dream
    • Judy Garland & Andy: Over the Rainbow
    • Simon & Garfunkel & Andy: Scarborough Fair
    • Phil Harris & Andy: That Old Time Religion
    • Julie Andrews & Andy: Where Is Love
    • Tony Bennett & Andy: Medley: Wrap Your Troubles in Gray/Pennies from Heaven/The Trolley Song
    Bonus Features:
    • Up-close and personal thoughts from Andy on his favorite performances with Sammy Davis Jr., Bing Crosby, Pearl Bailey, Julie Andrews, and more.

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