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"The Steve Allen Plymouth Show" (1956) More at IMDbPro »"The Steve Allen Show" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | unknown
Year: 1956 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | unknown


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Premier

24 June 1956
Skits include unlikely endorsements putting Wally Cox in prison, Dane Clark in a bar fight and Vincent Price as a hit and run victim, and later, a gangster scene with Steve and Kim Novak with an educational bent. Jerry Lewis and Bob ope make only cameos. Sammy Davis Jnr. does imitations and is seen with the Will Maston Trio.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Bandleader / Sidney Ferguson
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Rod Alexander ... Himself - Dancer

Dane Clark ... Himself - Guest

Wally Cox ... Himself

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Guest

Bob Hope ... Himself

Jerry Lewis ... Himself
Bambi Linn ... Herself - Dancer

Kim Novak ... Herself

Vincent Price ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

1 July 1956
Episode features include Elvis Presley, wearing a tuxedo and singing "Hound Dog" to a mournful basset hound; Andy Griffith explaining Shakespeare's Hamlet in a comedy monologue; Imogene Coca starring in a skit where she tries to tell her husband she's pregnant; Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme doing an opera spoof while wearing viking costumes and Imogene Coca, Andy Griffith and Elvis Presley doing a spoof of country music television programs.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Imogene Coca ... Herself - Guest Performer

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Singer

Andy Griffith ... Himself - Guest Performer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Hugh Jarrett ... Jordanaires

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer

Elvis Presley ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

8 July 1956


Don Adams ... Himself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Jack Palance ... Himself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Margaret Truman ... Herself - Guest

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

22 July 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Count Basie and His Orchestra ... Themselves - Orchestra (as Count Basie Orchestra)
Count Basie ... Himself - Conductor
The Four Lads ... Themselves

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

29 July 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Rod Alexander ... Himself - Dancer
Eddie Condon and His Dixieland All Stars ... Themselves

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Bambi Linn ... Herself - Dancer

James Mason ... Himself - Guest
Pamela Mason ... Herself - Guest
Portland Mason ... Herself - Guest
Jan Pierce ... Herself - Singer
Roger Ray ... Himself - Xylophone Comedian
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Risë Stevens ... Herself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

5 August 1956

321st National Military Drill Team ... Themselves

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Carmen Cavallaro ... Himself - Pianist

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Judy Holliday ... Herself - Guest
Louis Jordan ... Himself - Tympani Five
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
The Tympany Five ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

19 August 1956


Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Augie and Margo ... Themselves - Dance Team

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Julius LaRosa ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Frank Sinatra ... Himself - Guest

Mamie Van Doren ... Herself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 8: Ice Capades

26 August 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Guest
Rosemarie Henderson ... Herself - Skater

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
The Ice Capades ... Themselves
Jaye P. Morgan ... Herself - Singer
Gregory Ratoff ... Himself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Specht ... Himself - Skater

Andy Williams ... Himself - Singer

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

2 September 1956
Skits include Smith and Dale doing their "Still Alarm" routine, with Louis Nye,and Steve, Georgia Gibbs and Steve Lawrence do a takeoff on a 30's band remote.Fats Domino is presented a "Cashbox" magazine award.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Charles Dale ... Himself - Comedian (as Smith and Dale)

Fats Domino ... Himself - Singer
Georgia Gibbs ... Herself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Louis Nye ... Man with burning house
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ann Sheridan ... Herself
Joe Smith ... Himself - Comedian (as Smith and Dale)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

16 September 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Bil Baird ... Baird's Marionettes

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer

Sammy Davis Sr. ... Themselves
Gogi Grant ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Milt Kamen ... Himself - Comedian
Marion Ann Knight ... Herself - Miss America 1957
Cary Middlecoff ... Himself - US Open Champ
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ann Sheridan ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

23 September 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Frank Barnes ... Himself - Trainer
Irwin Corey ... Professor Irwin Corey
Billy Eckstine ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Joni James ... Herself - Singer

Vera Miles ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Rin Tin Tin ... Himself
Robert Tucker ... Himself - Pianist (as Bobby Tucker)

Season 2, Episode 3: Episode #2.3

30 September 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Claudette Colbert ... Herself - Guest
Joey Forman ... Himself - Comedy Duo

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Jerome Hines ... Himself - Singer
Erin O'Brien ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Mickey Rooney ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 4: Salute to Baseball

7 October 1956


Bud Abbott ... Himself - "Who's On First?"

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Fran Allison ... Herself - Kukla Fran & Ollie

Lou Costello ... Himself - "Who's On First?"
Lionel Hampton ... Himself - Vipraphonist

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Claire Merritt Hodgson ... Herself - Guest (as Mrs. Babe Ruth)

Gene Kelly ... Himself - Guest
Peggy King ... Herself - Singer
Kukla ... Himself - Kukla Fran & Ollie
Mickey Mantle ... Himself - Guest
Ollie ... Himself - Kukla Fran & Ollie
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 5: Episode #2.5

14 October 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer

James Dean ... Himself (archive footage)

Frances Faye ... Herself / Bess in 'Porgy and Bess' excerpt

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Doretta Morrow ... Herself - Singer
Arthur Murray ... Himself - Guest
Kathryn Murray ... Herself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Mel Tormé ... Himself / Porgy in 'Porgy and Bess' excerpt

Season 2, Episode 6: Episode #2.6

21 October 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Harlem Globetrotters ... Themselves
Rocky Graziano ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Olga James ... Herself - Singer
Janik and Arnaut ... Themselves - Dance Duo
Julius LaRosa ... Himself - Basketball Player

Peter Lawford ... Himself - Basketball Player
Frank Parker ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 7: Episode #2.7

4 November 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Alfred Drake ... Himself - Singer

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ... Himself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Jim Henson ... Himself - Ventriloquist (as Jim Henson's Muppets)
T.C. Jones ... Himself
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves
Erin O'Brien ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Kermit the Frog ... Himself - Singer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

11 November 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Buster Crabbe ... Himself - Guest

Anita Ekberg ... Herself - Guest
Georgia Gibbs ... Herself - Singer

Joel Grey ... Jack

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Celeste Holm ... Mad Meggie
Peggy King ... Tillie

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Cyril Ritchard ... Peddler

Arnold Stang ... Mr. Fum, the Little Giant
Anthony Steel ... Himself - Guest

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

18 November 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Duke Ellington Orchestra ... Themselves

Duke Ellington ... Himself - Guest
Joanna Hagen ... Herself - Boxing Title Champion

George Hamilton ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Bob Hope ... Himself - Guest
Chic Johnson ... Olsen & Johnson
Phyllis Kruger ... Herself - Boxing Contender

Gene Nelson ... Himself - Dancer
Erin O'Brien ... Herself - Singer
Ole Olsen ... Olsen & Johnson
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Betty Walker ... Herself - Comedian

Season 2, Episode 10: Episode #2.10

25 November 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Gene Autry ... Himself - Guest
The Cass County Boys ... Themselves

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Betty Kean ... Blanche Bickerson
Jim Lowe ... Himself - Singer
Archie Moore ... Himself - Guest
Louis Nye ... Gordon Hathaway
Lew Parker ... John Bickerson
Floyd Patterson ... Himself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 11: Episode #2.11

2 December 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Charlton Heston ... Himself - Actor

Gypsy Rose Lee ... Saloon Girl
Bobby Vance ... Himself - Dancer
Vince Martin and the Tarrers ... Themselves

Ethel Waters ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 12: Episode #2.12

9 December 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
The Hi-Los ... Themselves

Anne Jeffreys ... Herself - Night Club Duo
Betty Kean ... The Bickerson's
Lew Parker ... The Bickerson's
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Himself - Boxer

Robert Sterling ... Himself - Night Club Duo

Season 2, Episode 13: Episode #2.13

23 December 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Martha Raye ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Larry Collins ... Himself (as The Collins Kids)
Lorrie Collins ... Herself (as The Collins Kids)
Norman Vincent Peale ... Himself - Guest
Ricky Vera ... Himself
Vienna Boys Choir ... Themselves

Alan Young ... Himself - Volunteer Santa Claus

Season 2, Episode 14: Episode #2.14

30 December 1956


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer

Andy Griffith ... Himself - Guest
New York Rangers Hockey Team ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 15: Episode #2.15

????

Season 2, Episode 16: Episode #2.16

6 January 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Polly Bergen ... Herself - Singer

Joe E. Brown ... Himself - Guest
Xavier Cugat ... Himself - Singer

Errol Flynn ... Himself - Guest
Rocky Graziano ... Himself - Boxer

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer
Julius LaRosa ... Himself - Singer
Lillian Miller ... Herself - Audience Member (as Mrs. Miller)
Guy Mitchell ... Himself - Singer

Alan Young ... Comedian

Season 2, Episode 17: Episode #2.17

27 January 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian

Pearl Bailey ... Herself - Singer
Larry Collins ... The Collins Kids
Lorrie Collins ... The Collins Kids
Jon Hall ... Himself

Dorothy Lamour

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer

Lilli Palmer ... Herself - Singer
Charles Van Doren ... Himself - Cameo

Season 2, Episode 18: New York Film Critics Awards

20 January 1957
Most of the show concerns a filmed Steve presenting the Critic's award to several stars, including 'Ingrid Bergman' and 'Kirk Douglas', along with some small talk interviews. These were shot at Sardi's restaurant in New York, probably when it was closed, due to the utter quietness.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ingrid Bergman ... Herself - Recipient

Kirk Douglas ... Himself - Recipient

George Jessel ... Himself

Peter Lawford ... Himself - Singer

Julie London ... Herself - Singer

Jayne Meadows ... Woman (segment "Man on the Street")
The Modernaires ... Themselves

Margaret Whiting ... Herself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 19: Episode #2.19

????

Season 2, Episode 20: Episode #2.20

24 February 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Arlene Dahl ... Herself - Singer
The Hilltoppers ... Themselves
Brenda Lee ... Herself - Singer
Yehudi Menuhin ... Himself - Men In War

Aldo Ray ... Himself - Men In War

Robert Ryan ... Himself - Men In War

Season 2, Episode 21: Episode #2.21

17 February 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

The Andrews Sisters ... Themselves - Live Remote Performance
Martha Carson ... Herself - Singer
Pancho González ... Himself - Tennis Star

Phil Harris ... Himself - Guest

Tab Hunter ... Himself - Guest

Frankie Laine ... Himself - Singer

Edward G. Robinson ... Himself - Guest

Ginger Rogers ... Herself - Guest
Ken Rosewall ... Himself - Tennis Star
Pancho Segura ... Himself - Tennis Star

Jonathan Winters ... Himself - Guest

Alan Young ... Comedian

Season 2, Episode 22: Episode #2.22

10 March 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Martha Raye ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Diahann Carroll ... Herself - Guest

Fernando Lamas ... Himself - Guest

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Guest

Season 2, Episode 23: Episode #2.23

24 March 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Lou Costello ... Comedian-Telephone Call

Greer Garson ... Herself - Guest
Janik and Arnaut ... Themselves - Dancers

Dean Jones ... Himself - Singer
The Lancers ... Themselves
Steve Peck ... Himself - Dancer

Gordon Scott ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 24: Episode #2.24

31 March 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Larry Collins ... Himself (as The Collins Kids)
Lorrie Collins ... Herself (as The Collins Kids)

Tennessee Ernie Ford ... Himself

Peggy Lee ... Herself

Dinah Shore ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 25: Salute to the All American Basketball Teams

7 April 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
All American High School & College Basketball Teams ... Themselves

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself - Singer
The Collier's All-American Basketball Team

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Comedian

Tommy Sands ... Himself - Singer
Somethin' Smith & the Red Heads ... Themselves - Vocal Group

Season 2, Episode 26: Episode #2.26

14 April 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Jackie Cooper ... Himself - Guest
The Four Lads ... Themselves

Stan Freberg ... Himself - Satirist

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Singer

Esther Williams ... Herself - Swimmer

Season 2, Episode 27: Episode #2.27

21 April 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Joey Forman ... Himself - Comedian

Jim Henson ... Himself (as Jim Henson & The Muppets)

Mickey Rooney ... Himself - Comedian
Eleanor Steber ... Herself - Opera Singer
Betty Walker ... Herself - Comedian

Kermit the Frog ... Himself - Singer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: Episode #2.28

28 April 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian

Jack Carson ... Himself - Comedian - Various Quiz Show Hosts

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Cameo
Peter Gennaro ... Himself - Dancing Duo

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer
Brenda Lee ... Herself - Singer
Xavier Cugat Orchestra ... Himself - Bandleader
Ellen Ray ... Herself - Dancing Duo

Season 2, Episode 29: Episode #2.29

5 May 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Peggy Cass ... Herself
Jill Corey ... Herself

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself

Orson Welles ... Himself
The Will Mastin Trio ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 30: Episode #2.30

12 May 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Pearl Bailey ... Herself - Singer

Tallulah Bankhead ... Herself - Guest

Milton Berle ... Himself
Billy Graham ... Himself - Evangelist (as The Reverand Billy Graham)

Dean Jones ... Himself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 31: Episode #2.31

19 May 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Bert Lahr ... Comedian-Skit Appearences
Brenda Lee ... Herself - Singer

Ann Sothern ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 32: Episode #2.32

26 May 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Martha Raye ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Herself
Erroll Garner ... Himself - Jazz Pianist

Andy Griffith ... Comedian-Report To The Nation

Dean Martin ... Himself - Cameo
Jimmy McHugh ... Himself - Pianist-Cocoanut Grove
Marty Robbins ... Himself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 33: Episode #2.33

2 June 1957
Steve's guests are The Diamonds (singing "Little Darlin'"), Xavier Cugat & his Orchestra with singer Abbe Lane doing "All Of You" and "Babalu," comedian Pat Carroll as a wife whose husband (Allen) tries to prove to her that a joke he told is funny, Erin O'Brien singing "Where's A Happy Ending?" Jerry Lewis plays Gordon Hathaway and a dopey boxer in the "Man on the Street" segment, Steve gives passionate readings of real "Letters to the Editor," delivers a silly speech to graduating seniors, and shows works of art used in magazine ads.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Xavier Cugat ... Himself - Band Leader / Sketch Actor

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer / Sketch Actor

Pat Carroll ... Comedian-Confussed Housewife
The Diamonds ... Themselves - Vocal Group (as The Four Diamonds)
Erin O'Brien ... Herself - Singer / Sketch Actor

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Cameo
Louis Nye ... Gordon Hathaway
Belle Montrose ... Meg Haderdy

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer / Sketch Actor

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Cameo
Xavier Cugat Orchestra ... Themselves

Tom Poston ... Himself - Sketch Actor
Jayne Turner ... Herself - Billboard Girl

Season 2, Episode 34: Episode #2.34

9 June 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Wally Cox ... Himself
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves (as The Step Brothers)
Billy Graham ... Himself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Meg Myles ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Jim Reeves ... Himself

Orson Welles ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 35: Episode #2.35

16 June 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Don Adams ... Himself

Edie Adams ... Herself - Guest
Dayton Allen ... Why Not Man
Gabriel Dell ... Count Dracula (as Gabe Dell)
Herbert Hartig

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Bandleader / Sidney Ferguson
Peggy King ... Herself

Don Knotts ... Mr. Morrsion
Louis Nye ... Gordon Hathaway

Tom Poston ... Man Who Can't Remember His Name
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Dale Robertson ... Himself
John Cameron Swayze ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 36: Episode #2.36

23 June 1957
Lou Costello in a restaurant skit where Gabe Dell takes the part of the bullying, Bud Abbott-type companion.

Season 2, Episode 37: Episode #2.37

30 June 1957
In a salute to Hope's new film, "Beau James", skits, dance numbers and film clips devoted to onetime crooked prohibition-era New York mayor Jimmy Walker.

Bob Hope ... Himself

George Jessel ... Himself

Don Knotts ... Old Man in the Street
Louis Nye ... Old man in the street
Gene Rayburn ... Announcer

Season 2, Episode 38: Episode #2.38

7 July 1957
Goodman's in top form, and Steve does a duet with him. Yvonne and Steve in a baby-naming skit, Lawford and Steve play bored life guards. A "Night Beat" parody includes Knotts as his classic nervous nerd, and a bellicose Nye cracks Steve up.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Irwin Corey ... Stand up comic

Yvonne De Carlo ... Herself

Benny Goodman ... Himself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself / Nucoat pitchman

Don Knotts ... Chicken Plucking Expert

Peter Lawford ... Himself / Life Guard
Louis Nye ... Bridge contractor

Tom Poston ... Nieghbor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself / Johnson wax pitchman

Season 2, Episode 39: Episode #2.39

14 July 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Vocalist
Joanne Gilbert ... Herself - Vocalist

Frankie Laine ... Himself - Vocalist
Hal Le Roy ... Himself - Dancer

Joe Louis ... Himself - Boxer

George Nader ... Himself - Actor
Floyd Patterson ... Himself - Boxer

Season 2, Episode 40: Episode #2.40

21 July 1957
Tony Bennett sings "One For My Baby". Floyd Patterson and Joe Louis talk to Steve about boxing and Floyd's title defense against Tommy "Hurricane" Jackson. Joanne Gilbert sings "Hello Bluebird". Show regulars, appear in a comedy satire on television quiz-masters. Steve plays a piano version of "Do You Ever Think of Me?" For the finale, the entire cast and guest list join in with a bevy of hula dancers for a production entitled "In the Middle of an Island".

Tony Bennett ... Himself
Joanne Gilbert ... Herself
Hal Le Roy ... Himself

Joe Louis ... Himself

George Nader ... Himself
Floyd Patterson ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 41: Episode #2.41

28 July 1957
Steve and Shelley Winters in a skit about teaching her to drive by using household objects, Jerry Lee Lewis gives a bravura piano-attacking performance.

Anthony Franciosa ... Himself / Construction Worker

Jerry Lee Lewis

Shelley Winters ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 42: Episode #2.42

4 August 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
The Diamonds ... Themselves-Vocal Group
Brenda Lee ... Herself - Singer
Jack E. Leonard ... Himself - Comedian
Marie McDonald ... Herself - Singer
Don Rondo ... Himself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 43: Episode #2.43

11 August 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Ferlin Husky ... Himself - Singer

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself - Singer

Jane Russell ... Herself - Singer

Larry Storch ... Himself - Comedian

Season 2, Episode 44: Episode #2.44

18 August 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Lou Costello ... Himself - Comedian
Jean Fenn ... Herself - Singer

Liberace ... Himself
Abbey Lincoln ... Herself - Singer

Andy Williams ... Himself - Singer

Season 2, Episode 45: Episode #2.45

25 August 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Joe E. Brown ... Himself - Comedian
The Coasters ... Themselves-Vocal Group
Pat Kirby ... Herself - Singer

Hedy Lamarr ... Herself - Match Game Wife
Irish McCalla ... Herself - Queen of the Jungle

Season 2, Episode 46: Episode #2.46

1 September 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Pearl Bailey ... Herself - Singer

Jeff Chandler ... Himself - Singer

Joan Collins ... Herself - Recipient; Motion Picture Magazine Award
Shaike Ophir ... Himself - Pantomine
Pete Rademacher ... Himself - Boxer

Season 2, Episode 47: Episode #2.47

8 September 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Martha Raye ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Milton Caniff ... Himself - Comic Book Artist

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Singer

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer

Robert Young ... Himself - Guest

Season 2, Episode 48: Episode #2.48

15 September 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian
Carmen Basilio ... Himself - Boxer
Dorothy Collins ... Herself - Singer

Frankie Laine ... Himself - Singer

Audrey Meadows ... Herself - Guest
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Himself - Boxer

Ed Wynn ... Himself

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: NBC Fall Preview

22 September 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Hy Averback ... Himself - Guest

Ward Bond ... Himself - Wagon Train

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself - Guest

Robert Cummings ... Himself - Guest

Eddie Fisher ... Himself - Singer

Tennessee Ernie Ford ... Himself - Singer

George Gobel ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Robert Horton ... Himself - Guest

Peter Lawford ... Himself - Guest

Gisele MacKenzie ... Herself
Dennis O'Keefe ... Himself - Singer

John Payne ... Himself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Dinah Shore ... Herself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 2: Episode #3.2

29 September 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Carmen Basilio ... Himself - Boxer
Corinne Calvet ... Herself - Singer
Jimmy Dean ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Jerry Lester ... Comedian-African Explorer

Barbara Nichols ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Himself - Boxer

Season 3, Episode 3: Episode #3.3

6 October 1957
Crawford takes part in the "Man in the street" skit, Tony Perkins and Steve do their impressions of autograph hounds, and Perkins, Abbe Lane and Cugat show some elements of an upcoming TV western.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Broderick Crawford ... Himself - Guest
Xavier Cugat ... Himself - Singer

Joanne Dru ... Herself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer

Anthony Perkins ... Himself - Singer
Johnny Puleo ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 4: Episode #3.4

13 October 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Hank Aaron ... Himself - Guest
Lew Burdette ... Himself - Guest
Jon Hall ... Himself - Guest
Buddy Knox ... Himself - Singer

Dorothy Lamour ... Herself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 5: Episode #3.5

20 October 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Himself - House of the Monster Sketch

Harlem Globetrotters ... Themselves

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
The Hi-Los ... Themselves

Don Knotts ... Nervious man-House of the Monster Sketch
Tom Preston ... Forgetful man-House of the Monster Sketch
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ginger Rogers ... Herself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 6: Episode #3.6

27 October 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

William Bendix ... Himself

Shelley Berman ... Himself
Art Blakey ... Himself - Drummer
Candido ... Himself - Drummer
Judy Canova ... Country Girl
Janice Harper ... Herself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Sabu Martinez ... Himself - Drummer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Rosengarden ... Himself - Drummer

Jerry Vale ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 7: Episode #3.7

3 November 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Dennis Day ... Himself - Singer
Joanne Gilbert ... Herself - Singer

Alec Guinness ... Himself - Set of "The Bridge on the River Kwai"

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

William Holden ... Himself - Set of "The Bridge on the River Kwai"

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Guest

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 8: Episode #3.8

10 November 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Xavier Cugat ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer
Jack E. Leonard ... Himself - Comedian
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Charles Ruggles ... Himself - Guest

Gloria Swanson ... Norma Desmond

Season 3, Episode 9: Episode #3.9

17 November 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Walter Chiari ... Himself - Italian Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Edward Everett Horton ... Himself - Guest
Ferlin Husky ... Himself - Singer
The King Sisters ... Themselves
Marie McDonald ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 10: Episode #3.10

24 November 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Joan Caulfield ... Herself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Sam Levenson ... Himself - Comedian

Audrey Meadows ... Jealous Wife
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Greta Thyssen ... Sexy Secretary

Season 3, Episode 11: Episode #3.11

1 December 1957
Martha does a song and dance number as planned, then again where all the props fail, Errol Flynn goes on a parody of "To Tell The Truth" where Knotts turns out to be him. Jimmy Dean sings an early Christmas number with Chroma-Key dancers.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Martha Raye ... Herself
Jimmy Dean ... Himself - Singer
Jennie Smith ... Herself - Singer

Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian
Army & Navy Football Stars ... Themselves
Rita Gam ... Comedian

Errol Flynn ... Himself - Guest
Louis Nye ... Comedian

Tom Poston ... Comedian

Don Knotts ... Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 12: Episode #3.12

8 December 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Shelley Berman ... Himself - Drunk on Telephone

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself - Singer
Guy Lombardo Orchestra ... Themselves

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Peter Lawford ... Himself - The Thin Man
Guy Lombardo ... Himself - Conductor

Sal Mineo ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Dale Robertson ... Himself - Tales of Wells Fargo

Season 3, Episode 13: Episode #3.13

15 December 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Jackie Cain ... Herself - Singing Duo

Lou Costello ... Comedian-Con Artist

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Milt Kamen ... Himself - Comedian
Roy Kral ... Himself - Singing Duo

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Louis Nye ... Comedian- Shell Game Player

Tom Poston ... Comedian- Shell Game Player
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ann Sothern ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 14: Episode #3.14

22 December 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Gertrude Berg ... Comedian-Excited Fan

Oliver Hardy ... Himself (archive footage)

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Mahalia Jackson ... Herself - Gospel Singer

Stan Laurel ... Himself (archive footage)

Carole Lombard ... Herself (archive footage)
George London ... Himself - Opera Singer
Tony Perkins ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Will Rogers ... Himself (archive footage)
The U.N. Singers ... Themselves
Robert Youngson ... Himself - Golden Age of Comedy

Season 3, Episode 15: Episode #3.15

29 December 1957


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Martha Davis ... Herself - Piano Duo (as Martha Davis & Spouce)

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Elaine May ... Herself - Comedian

Mike Nichols ... Himself - Comedian

Margaret O'Brien ... Herself - Singer
Calvin Ponder ... Himself - Piano Duo (as Martha Davis & Spouce)
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Peter Ustinov ... Himself - Guest

Jerry Vale ... Himself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 16: Episode #3.16

5 January 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Ward Bond ... Himself - Western Skit
Sam Cooke ... Himself - Singer
Johnny Haymer ... Himself - Pantonime Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Robert Horton ... Himself - Western Skit

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer-Western Skit
Xavier Cugat Orchestra ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 17: From the Riviera Hotel, Havana Cuba

19 January 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Augie and Margo ... Themselves - Dancers
Edgar Bergen ... Himself - Ventriloquist

Lou Costello ... Himself - Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Charlie McCarthy ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Mamie Van Doren ... Herself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 18: Episode #3.18

26 January 1958

Martha Raye ... Herself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Jimmy Dean ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Charles Laughton ... Himself - Guest
Erin O'Brien ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
David Rubinoff ... Himself - Violinist

Season 3, Episode 19: Episode #3.19

2 February 1958


Henry Fonda ... Himself
Jennie Smith ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 20: From Hollywood: The Photoplay Movie Awards

9 February 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Taina Elg ... Herself - Recipient

Robert Evans ... Himself - Recipient

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Singer
Gus Bivona & His Orchestra ... Themselves

Dolores Hart ... Herself - Recipient

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Rock Hudson ... Himself - Recipient

Deborah Kerr ... Herself - Recipient

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer

Julie London ... Herself - Recipient
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Dinah Shore ... Herself - Singer

Ann Sothern ... Herself

Henny Youngman ... Himself - Comedian

Season 3, Episode 21: 'Steve Allen Show' Continues from Hollywood

16 February 1958


Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Duke Hazlett ... Impersonator- Frank Sinatra

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
The Hi-Los ... Themselves

Joyce Jameson ... Comedian-Coffe Shop Waitress (as Joyce Jamison)
Peggy King ... Herself - Singer

Don Knotts

Jerry Lewis ... Himself - Cameo
Belle Montrose ... Herself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Dale Robertson ... Himself - Guest

Red Skelton ... Himself - Cameo / Clem Kadiddlehopper

Season 3, Episode 22: Episode #3.22

23 February 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Teddi King ... Herself - Jazz Pop Singer

Don Knotts ... Himself
The McGuire Sisters ... Themselves - Vocal Group

Audrey Meadows ... Comedian-Baby Sitter

Jayne Meadows ... Comedian-Babies Mother
Louis Nye ... Himself
The Playmates ... Themselves-Vocal Group

Tom Poston ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 23: Episode #3.23

2 March 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Sam Cooke ... Himself - Singer
Alan Copeland ... Himself - 1950 'I Got Rhythm 'Singer
Jill Corey ... Herself - 1920 'I Got Rhythm 'Singer
Virginia Gibson ... Herself - 1940 'I Got Rhythm 'Singer

Fred Gwynne ... Comedian-Regular

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Joyce Jameson ... Comedian-Regular

Don Knotts ... Himself

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer
Tommy Leonetti ... Himself - 1930 'I Got Rhythm 'Singer
Louis Nye ... Himself
Xavier Cugat Orchestra ... Themselves

Tom Poston ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Rivera ... Himself - Singer

Peter Ustinov ... Comedian / Various Customs Officials

Season 3, Episode 24: Episode #3.24

9 March 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Lou Costello ... Comedian-Charlie Carwash

Dolores Gray ... Herself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Janik and Arnaut ... Themselves - Modern Dancers
Jack Jones ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Sabrina ... Herself - English Glamor Girl

Season 3, Episode 25: Episode #3.25

16 March 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Carmen Basilio ... Himself - Boxing Champ

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Lena Horne ... Herself - Singer
Jack E. Leonard ... Himself - Comedian
Mark Murphy ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Keenan Wynn ... Comedian- Various Waiters

Season 3, Episode 26: Episode #3.26

23 March 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Anita Ekberg ... Herself - Snow White

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Joni James ... Herself - Singer
Tommy Prisco ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
John William Sublett ... Himself - Song & Dance Man

Alan Young ... Himself - Comedian

Season 3, Episode 27: Episode #3.27

30 March 1958

All American High School & College Basketball Teams ... Themselves

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Edgar Bergen ... Himself - Ventriloquest
The Four Step Brothers ... Themselves

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Charlie McCarthy ... Himself
Marie McDonald ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 28: Episode #3.28

6 April 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
The Bay Bops ... Themselves
Alan Dale ... Himself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Joyce Jameson ... Herself - Cast Regular

Jane Powell ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Orson Welles ... Himself

Señor Wences ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 29: Episode #3.29

13 April 1958
Steve's wife and sister-in-law, Jayne and Audrey Meadows, join him in a skit purporting to be a look at a real incident in their lives when they had a baby nurse, "Miss Huston" (played by Audrey). Dody does her usual rambling on, this time about baseball, as she replaces the "Billboard Girl" that announces next week's guests. Sammy Davis sings a rather obviously lipsynched number at the opening. Steve does a "report to the nation" sketch on the recession. Dody returns with the Meadows girls for the finale, a number based on the extremes of current ladies' fashions.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer
Dody Goodman ... Herself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Carmen McRae ... Herself - Singer

Audrey Meadows ... Comedian-Babies Mother

Jayne Meadows ... Comedian-Babies Nurse
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 30: Episode #3.30

20 April 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Ray Anthony ... Himself - Trumpeter
Lew Burdette ... Himself - Braves
Fred Haney ... Himself - Braves Manager
Johnny Haymer ... Himself - Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Bob Hope ... Himself - Guest

Willie Mays ... Himself - Giants
Patrice Munsel ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Duke Snyder ... Himself - Dodgers

Season 3, Episode 31: Episode #3.31

27 April 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Abe Burrows ... Himself - Comedian

Claudette Colbert ... Herself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Abbe Lane ... Herself - Singer
Xavier Cugat Orchestra ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 32: Episode #3.32

4 May 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Count Basie ... Himself - Pianist
Joe Bushkin ... Himself - Musician

Phil Harris ... Himself - Singer
Herbert Hartig ... Comedy Team (as Igor & H)

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Igor and H. ... Themselves-Comedy Team

Paul Mazursky ... Comedy Team (as Igor & H)

Jane Powell ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Teddy Wilson ... Himself - Musician

Season 3, Episode 33: Episode #3.33

11 May 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Rory Calhoun ... Himself - Guest

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself - Singer
Lionel Hampton ... Himself - Jazz Vibraphonist

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 34: Episode #3.34

18 May 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Dick Cavett ... Himself

Lou Costello ... Comedian-Drill Sergeant

Ronnie Deauville ... Himself - Singer
Maurice Gosfield ... Himself - Guest
Sid Gould ... Comedian-Man On The Street

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Beverly Kenney ... Herself - Singer

Julie Newmar ... Herself - Dancer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Abigail Van Buren ... Herself - Columnist

Season 3, Episode 35: Episode #3.35

25 May 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Louis Armstrong ... Himself - Jazz Trumpeter

Van Cliburn ... Himself - Pianist

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Barbara McNair ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Peter Ustinov ... Himself - Guest

Season 3, Episode 36: Episode #3.36

1 June 1958

Martha Raye ... Herself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Gus Bivona ... Himself - Jazz Musician (as Terry Gibbs Trio)

Henry Fonda ... Himself - Guest
Terry Gibbs ... Himself - Jazz Musician (as Terry Gibbs Trio)

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Mundell Lowe ... Himself - Jazz Musician (as Terry Gibbs Trio)
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Terry Gibbs Dream Band ... Themselves

Mel Tormé ... Himself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 37: Episode #3.37

15 June 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Kirk Douglas ... Himself - Guest
Roy Hamilton ... Himself - SInger

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
The Hi-Los ... Themselves
Joni James ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Jonathan Winters ... Himself - Comedian

Season 3, Episode 38: Episode #3.38

22 June 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Jack Lemmon ... Himself - Pianist
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ann Sothern ... Herself

Peter Ustinov ... Himself - Guest

Jerry Vale ... Himself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 39: Episode #3.39

29 June 1958


Don Adams ... Himself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Dorothy Collins ... Herself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Don Knotts

Oscar Levant ... Himself - Pianist
Sandra McCorkle ... Herself - 7 Year Old Trumpet Player
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 40: Tribute to original 'Tonight' show with Steve Allen

6 July 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Pat Kirby ... Herself - Singer

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Erin O'Brien ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

7 September 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Andy Griffith ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
The McGuire Sisters ... Themselves

Audrey Meadows ... Herself - Sketch Performer

Jayne Meadows ... Herself - Sketch Performer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Roberta Sherwood ... Herself - Sketch Performer

Season 4, Episode 2: Episode #4.2

14 September 1958

Season 4, Episode 3: NBC Fall Preview

21 September 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Gene Barry ... Himself - Bat Masterson

Milton Berle ... Himself
Ronnie Burns ... Himself - Guest

Robert Cummings ... Himself - Love That Bob

Buddy Ebsen ... Himself - Northwest Passage

Ralph Edwards ... Himself - This Is Your Life

George Gobel ... Himself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Bob Hope ... Himself - Guest

Robert Horton ... Himself - Wagon Train
Keith Larsen ... Himself - Northwest Passage

Peter Lawford ... Himself - The Thin Man

Lee Marvin ... Himself - M-Squad

Groucho Marx ... Himself - Guest

Patty McCormack ... Herself - Guest

George Montgomery ... Himself - Cimarron City

George Nader ... Himself - Ellery Queen
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Dinah Shore ... Herself - Guest
Craig Stevens ... Himself - Guest

Ed Wynn ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 4: Episode #4.4

28 September 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Ray Anthony ... Himself - Bandleader

Joan Davis ... Herself - Guest

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Art Linkletter ... Himself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Jimmie Rodgers ... Himself - Singer

Season 4, Episode 5: Episode #4.5

12 October 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Lloyd Bridges ... Himself - Guest
Larry Daniels ... Himself - Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Judy Holliday
Rocky Marciano ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Carole Simpson ... Herself - Singer
Nancy Walker ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 6: Episode #4.6

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Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

26 October 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Augie and Margo ... Themselves- Dance Duo

Dave Brubeck ... Himself - Jazz Pianist
Dorothy Collins ... Herself - Singer
Warren Covington ... Himself - Trombonist
Paul Desmond ... Himself - Jazz Saxist (as The Dave Brubeck Quartet)

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Joe Morello ... Himself - Jazz Drummer (as The Dave Brubeck Quartet)
Dave Brubeck Quartet ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Peter Ustinov ... Himself - Guest
Eugene Wright ... Himself - Jazz Bassist (as The Dave Brubeck Quartet)

Season 4, Episode 8: Episode #4.8

2 November 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
George Melachrino & His Orchestra ... Himself - Bandleader
Earl Grant ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Elaine May ... Herself - Comedian

Mike Nichols ... Himself - Comedian
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Jane Russell ... Herself - Guest

Season 4, Episode 9: Episode #4.9

9 November 1958

Martha Raye ... Herself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Harry Belafonte ... Himself - Singer

Johnny Carson ... Himself - Comedian

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 10: Episode #4.10

16 November 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Herself
Count Basie and His Orchestra ... Themselves (as Count Basie Orchestra)
Count Basie ... Himself - Bandleader
Don Cornell ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Joe Williams ... Himself - Singer

Alan Young ... Himself - Comedian

Season 4, Episode 11: Episode #4.11

23 November 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Claudette Colbert ... Herself - Party Host

Jackie Cooper ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Jon Hendricks ... Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
Carol Hughes ... Herself - Singer
Dave Lambert ... Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
Roger Ray ... Himself - Comedian Xyloponist
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Annie Ross ... Lambert, Hendricks & Ross

Season 4, Episode 12: Episode #4.12

30 November 1958


Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Augie and Margo ... Themselves - Dance Duo

Pat Boone ... Himself - Singer

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

Hildegarde ... Herself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 13: Episode #4.13

7 December 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Joan Davis ... Herself - Guest
Leo DeLyon ... Himself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
The Hi-Los ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Himself - Guest

Season 4, Episode 14: Episode #4.14

14 December 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer

Ingrid Bergman ... Herself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Clara Ward ... Themselves

Jonathan Winters ... Himself - Comedian

Season 4, Episode 15: The Ice Capades

28 December 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Bandleader
Hayes Alan Denkial ... Himself - Skater
The Four Lads ... Themselves
The Ice Capades ... Themselves
Haye Alan Jenkins ... Himself - Skater
Pat Kirby ... Herself - Singer
Nancy Lee Parker ... Herself - Skater
Nick Powers ... Himself - Skater
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 16: Episode #4.16

4 January 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Roy Hamilton ... Himself - Singer
The King Sisters ... Themselves

Chuck McCann ... Himself - Laurel & Hardy
Patrice Munsel ... Herself

Tom Poston ... Himself - Laurel & Hardy
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 17: Episode #4.17

11 January 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Joe DeRita ... Himself - Operating Room Attendant (as The 3 Stooges)

Diana Dors ... Herself - Singer

Larry Fine ... Operating Room Attendant (as The 3 Stooges)

Moe Howard ... Operating Room Attendant (as The 3 Stooges)

Chuck McCann ... Comedian-Jackie Gleason
Dámaso Pérez Prado ... Himself - Bandleader
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 18: Episode #4.18

18 January 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Vic Damone ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Jennie Smith ... Herself - Singer
Mary Dwight Swimmers ... Themselves

Esther Williams ... Herself - Swimmer

Season 4, Episode 19: Episode #4.19

25 January 1959
Carson does a skit showing a children's show M.C. with a hangover, Marvin does different cop show approaches to the same scene.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Johnny Carson ... Comedian - Children's TV Host

James Darren ... Himself - Singer

Dolores Gray ... Herself - Singer

Lee Marvin ... Himself - Detective
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 20: Salute to Jazz

1 February 1959

Martha Raye ... Herself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Dave Bailey ... Himself - Jazz Musician

Carl Ballantine ... Himself - Comedian-Magician (as Mr. Ballantine the World Greatest Magician)
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Bill Crow ... Himself - Jazz Musician
Art Farmer ... Himself - Jazz Musician
Gerry Mulligan Quartet ... Themselves
Woody Herman ... Himself - Jazz Clarinetist
Hank Jones ... Himself - Jazz Pianist
Al Klink ... Himself - Jazz Saxist
Eddie London ... Himself - Jazz Musician
Gerry Mulligan ... Himself - Jazz Musician
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Pee Wee Russell ... Himself - Jazz Clarinetist
Danny Staton ... Himself - Singer
Rex Stuart ... Himself - Jazz Cornetist

Season 4, Episode 21: Salute to the U.S. Army

8 February 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Dayton Allen ... Himself
Les Brown ... Himself

Steve Lawrence ... Himself

Liberace ... Himself
Marie McDonald ... Herself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Phil Silvers ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 22: The Hollywood Merit Awards

15 February 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Ray Anthony ... Himself - Bandleader-Trumpeter
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Edd Byrnes ... Himself - Recipient

Tony Curtis ... Himself - Recipient

Sandra Dee ... Herself - Recipient
Terry Gibbs ... Himself - Saxist

Frank Gorshin ... Himself - Impressionist

David Ladd ... Himself - Recipient
Diane Maxwell ... Herself - Singer

David Nelson ... Himself - Recipient
The Ray Anthony Orchestra ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Debbie Reynolds ... Herself - Recipient

Season 4, Episode 23: Episode #4.23

22 February 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself

Diana Dors ... Herself

Andy Griffith ... Himself
Otto A. Harbach ... Himself
Jimmy Horst ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
The Three Stooges ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 24: Episode #4.24

1 March 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Eydie Gormé ... Herself - Singer
Tommy Leonetti ... Himself - Singer

Jayne Mansfield ... Herself - Guest
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 25: Episode #4.25

8 March 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Johnny Carson ... Himself - Comedian-Quiz Show Host

Vic Damone ... Himself - Singer

Zsa Zsa Gabor ... Herself

Earl 'Fatha' Hines ... Himself - Jazz Pianist (as Earl Hines)
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 26: Episode #4.26

15 March 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Gabriel Dell ... Himself

Charlton Heston ... Himself - Guest

Don Knotts ... Himself

Peter Lawford ... Himself - Guest

Jayne Meadows ... Herself - Singer
Louis Nye ... Himself

Debra Paget ... Herself - Dancer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Jonathan Winters ... Himself - Comedian

Season 4, Episode 27: Episode #4.27

22 March 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself - Singer
Joanne Gilbert ... Herself - Singer-Dancer

Frank Gorshin ... Himself - Impressionist

Sessue Hayakawa ... Himself - Guest
Carlos Montoya ... Himself - Spanish Guitarist
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 28: Episode #4.28

5 April 1959
The Stooges do their well-worn "Knife Throwing Maharaja" bit without improvisations, Bruce does a monologue about junkies, then moves on to a maudlin song story about loneliness, and Poston and Nye join Steve in a skit about two washed up song writers guesting on Perry Como.
David Allen ... Himself - Singer

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Lenny Bruce ... Himself

Skitch Henderson ... Himself

Don Knotts ... Himself
Louis Nye ... Himself

Tom Poston ... Himself
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Connie Russell ... Herself
The Three Stooges ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 29: Episode #4.29

12 April 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Richard Dawson ... Himself

Diana Dors ... Herself - Singer
Don Elliott ... Himself - Jazz Musician

George Jessel ... Himself
Mark Murphy ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 30: Episode #4.30

19 April 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Carole Costello ... Herself - Singer

Lou Costello ... Himself - Clumsy Soldier (archive footage)
Georgia Gibbs ... Herself - Singer

Richard Kiley ... Himself - Singer
Jack E. Leonard ... Himself - Comedian
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 31: Episode #4.31

26 April 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Tony Curtis ... Himself - Guest
The Modernaires ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Jimmie Rodgers ... Himself - Singer
Jean Shepherd ... Herself - Guest
Betty Walker ... Herself - Comedian

Season 4, Episode 32: Episode #4.32

10 May 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Lenny Bruce ... Himself - Comedian

Anita Ekberg ... Herself - Singer
Tommy Prisco ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
George Tapps ... Himself - Dance Group

Sarah Vaughan ... Herself - Singer

Season 4, Episode 33: Episode #4.33

17 May 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader

Diahann Carroll ... Herself - Singer

George Gobel ... Himself - Comedian

Marty Ingels ... Himself - Comedian
Vaughn Monroe ... Himself - Singer
The Naval Aviation Cadet Choir ... Themselves
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Season 4, Episode 34: Episode #4.34

24 May 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
The Axidentals ... Themselves - Vocal Group
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Irene Kral ... Herself - Singer
Eli Mintz ... Himself - Comedian
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Cyril Ritchard ... Himself - Dr. Frankenstien

Season 4, Episode 35: Episode #4.35

7 June 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor
Ingemar Johansson ... Himself - Guest

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Ginger Rogers ... Herself - SInger

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Episode #5.1

28 September 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Tab Hunter ... Himself - Singer
Nikolais Dancers ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 2: Episode #5.2

5 October 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Teresa Brewer ... Herself - Singer
Mormon Tabernacle Choir ... Themselves

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Guest
Jaime Laredo ... Himself - Bolvian Violinist

Season 5, Episode 3: Episode #5.3

12 October 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Gabriel Dell ... Count Dracula (as Gabe Dell)

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Guido Panzini
Cal Howard ... Announcer
Crystal Joy ... Herself - Singer
The King Sisters ... Themselves

Don Knotts ... Himself

Lee Marvin ... Himself - Guest
Louis Nye ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 4: Episode #5.4

19 October 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Lola Albright ... Herself - Singer

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Nikolais Dancers ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 5: Episode #5.5

2 November 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Johnny Carson ... Himself - Comedian

Rock Hudson ... Himself - Guest

Jayne Meadows ... Herself - Guest

Season 5, Episode 6: Episode #5.6

9 November 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Gertrude Berg ... Herself - Guest

Chuck Connors ... Himself
Billy Eckstine ... Himself - Singer

Harlem Globetrotters ... Themselves

Skitch Henderson ... Himself - Conductor

George Jessel ... Himself

Peggy Lee ... Herself - Singer
Kathy Linden ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 7: Episode #5.7

16 November 1959
William Bendix plays the father in a sitcom scene set in three different ways, once without canned laughs, then with, and then played extra violently. "The Allen Report to the Nation" topic is the common cold. As the Question Man, Steve blows a line. Jack Kerouac reads a few lines from his book, "On The Road". Steve and Don do a skit/ad about a man who packs his empty bags in his 1960 Plymouth and never goes anywhere.

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

William Bendix ... Himself - Guest

Jack Kerouac ... Himself - Guest
Pam Garner ... Herself - Singer

Frankie Laine ... Himself - Singer
Louis Nye ... Sketch Comic

Don Knotts ... Sketch Comic

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Sketch Comic
Dayton Allen ... Sketch Comic
Gabriel Dell ... Sketch Comic (as Gabe Dell)
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Pete Hansen ... Plymouth Pitchman

Season 5, Episode 8: Episode #5.8

23 November 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
June Christy ... Herself - Singer
The Nutty Squirrels ... Themselves

Mickey Rooney ... Himself - Guest

Mel Tormé ... Himself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 9: Episode #5.9

30 November 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Guest

Miriam Makeba ... Herself - Singer

Tony Randall ... Himself - Guest
Jo Stafford ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 10: Episode #5.10

14 December 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Steve Allen Jr. ... Himself - Guest
Brian Allen ... Himself - Guest
David Allen ... Himself - Guest

Vic Damone ... Himself - Singer

Jayne Meadows ... Herself - Guest

André Previn ... Himself - Pianist
Sandra Warner ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 11: Episode #5.11

21 December 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Gene Autry ... Himself - Singer

Frank Gorshin ... Himself - Comedian

Patti Page ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 12: 10th Annual Magazine Awards

28 December 1959


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
David Allen ... Himself - Singer

Fred Astaire ... Himself - Recipient

Walter Cronkite ... Himself - Recipient
Irene Kral ... Herself - Singer
Garry Moore ... Himself - Recipient
Nikolais Dancers ... Themselves

Tom Poston ... Himself - Master of Ceremony

Red Skelton ... Himself - Recipient

Jane Wyatt ... Herself - Recipient

Robert Young ... Himself - Recipient

Season 5, Episode 13: Episode #5.13

4 January 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves
Belle Montrose ... Herself - Vaudvillian

Sheree North ... Herself - Dancer
Roger Williams ... Himself - Pianist

Keenan Wynn ... Himself - Guest

Season 5, Episode 14: Episode #5.14

11 January 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gabriel Dell ... The Burgomaster (as Gabe Dell)
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Jayne Meadows ... Wife of Frankenstein
Louis Nye ... Frankenstein's Monster
Caroline Richter ... Herself - -Comedian
Monica Zetterlund ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 15: Episode #5.15

18 January 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Bandleader
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Bobbi Di Neri ... Himself - Singer

Jimmy Durante ... Himself

Peggy Lee ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 16: Episode #5.16

25 January 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Jean Ward and The Swingin' Mothers ... Herself - Band Leader
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Tony Randall ... Himself - Guest
Jo Stafford ... Herself - Guest
The Swingin' Mothers ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 17: Episode #5.17

1 February 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Steve Lawrence ... Himself - Singer
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Jayne Meadows ... Herself - Comedian
Carlos Montoya ... Himself - Flamengo Guitarist

Season 5, Episode 18: Episode #5.18

8 February 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Buddy Hackett ... Himself - Comedian
Julius LaRosa ... Himself - Singer
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Julie London ... Herself - Singer

Season 5, Episode 19: Episode #5.19

15 February 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer

Don Adams ... Himself - Comedian

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Art Farmer ... Himself - Jazzset Leader

Henry Fonda ... Himself - Guest
Curtis Fuller ... Himself - Musican
Benny Golson ... Himself - Musican
Pat Kirby ... Herself - Singer
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Tom Poston ... Himself - Comedian

Season 5, Episode 20: Episode #5.20

22 February 1960

Martha Raye ... Herself

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Johnny Desmond ... Himself - Singer

Maurice Evans ... British General
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Tom Poston ... Himself - Guest

Season 5, Episode 21: Episode #5.21

7 March 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Nat 'King' Cole ... Himself - Pianist
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves
Charles Manna ... Himself - Comedian
Ann Richards ... Herself - Singer
Cyril Ritchard ... Himself - Guest

Season 5, Episode 22: The Movie Premiere of 'Can-Can'

14 March 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Gene Rayburn ... Himself - Announcer
Buddy Adler ... Himself

Nanette Fabray ... Herself
Mickey Hargitay ... Himself
June Haver ... Herself - Appearing

Hedda Hopper ... Herself
Walter Lang ... Himself
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves

Anita Louise ... Herself - Appearing

Shirley MacLaine ... Herself

Fred MacMurray ... Himself

Jayne Mansfield ... Herself

Tony Martin ... Himself - Singer
Jimmy McHugh ... Himself
Louella Parsons ... Herself

Juliet Prowse ... Herself - Dancer

Tony Randall ... Himself

Edward G. Robinson ... Himself

Mort Sahl ... Himself - Comedian

Tommy Sands ... Himself

Nancy Sinatra ... Herself

Tom Tryon ... Himself

Jimmy Van Heusen ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 23: Episode #5.23

21 March 1960

Nick Adams ... Himself - Singer

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Ann Blyth ... Herself - Singer
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves
Jan Murray ... Himself - Comedian
Nikolais Dancers ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 24: Episode #5.24

28 March 1960
Carson does a monologue about his kids,Steve and Mercer sing a medley competition, Steve's mom Belle Montrose as a hip old lady billboard girl, Diana sings a number and does a skit with Knotts.
Dayton Allen

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Johnny Carson ... Himself - Guest

Diana Dors ... Herself - Guest

Don Knotts ... Nervous Chap

Johnny Mercer ... Himself - Guest
Belle Montrose ... Herself - Billboard Girl

Season 5, Episode 25: Episode #5.25

11 April 1960

Dayton Allen

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Tim Conway ... Regular

Charlton Heston ... Himself - Guest

Don Knotts ... Nervous Chap

Tom Poston ... Perennial Amnesiac
Risë Stevens ... Himself - Guest

Jerry Vale ... Himself - Guest

Season 5, Episode 26: Episode #5.26

18 April 1960

Martha Raye ... Herself
Dayton Allen

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Tim Conway ... Regular

Don Knotts ... Nervous Chap

Charles Laughton ... Himself - Guest
Mark Murphy ... Himself - Guest

Tom Poston ... Perennial Amnesiac

Season 5, Episode 27: Episode #5.27

30 May 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Bill Dana ... Himself
Gabriel Dell ... Himself (as Gabe Dell)

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Himself

Phil Harris ... Himself - Guest

Don Knotts ... Nervous Chap
Patrice Munsel ... Herself
North American Air Defense Norad Command Band ... Themselves-Guest

Jonathan Winters ... Himself - Guest

Unknown Season


(1960)

1960

Dayton Allen

Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Fred Astaire ... Himself - Guest
Les Brown ... Himself - Conductor

Tim Conway ... Regular

Don Knotts ... Nervous Chap

Episode dated 16 December 1956

16 December 1956

Arch Oboler ... Himself - Guest

Episode dated 9 October 1958

9 October 1958


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Harry Belafonte ... Himself

Johnny Carson ... Himself
Martha Raye ... Herself

Episode dated 16 May 1960

16 May 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Ginger Rogers ... Sketch Actress / Singer
Erroll Garner ... Himself - Pianist

Henny Youngman ... Himself

Tony Bennett ... Himself - Singer
Louis Nye ... Sketch Actor

Don Knotts ... Sketch Actor

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Sketch Actor
Gabriel Dell ... Sketch Actor (as Gabe Dell)

Bill Dana ... José Jiménez
Les Brown and His Band of Renown ... Themselves
Ralph Sharon ... Himself - Pianist / Combo Leader (as The Ralph Sharon Quintet)
Bobby Hackett ... Himself - Trumpet Player

Episode dated 6 June 1960

6 June 1960


Steve Allen ... Himself - Host

Diana Dors ... Herself

Mort Sahl ... Himself

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