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Lawrence Welk: Milestones & Memories - A Musical Family Reunion (2001)

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At the Champagne Theatre in Branson, Missouri, 47 alumnae of The Lawrence Welk Show (1955) reunite for an evening of song and dance. Bobby Burgess performs with all three of his dancing partners, Barbara Boylan, Cissy King and Elaine Balden.

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At the Champagne Theatre in Branson, Missouri, 47 alumnae of The Lawrence Welk Show (1955) reunite for an evening of song and dance. Bobby Burgess performs with all three of his dancing partners, Barbara Boylan, Cissy King and Elaine Balden.

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WHAT A SHOW!
30 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

Milestones & Memories reunites 47 living Welk performers that have entertained us every Saturday night, mostly when we were watching with our grand-parents. Although the musical family may have gotten older, they still looked and sounded great at the Welk Champagne Theater in Branson, and for some members....it was the first time we seen them perform since their days on the show.

If you have two hours to spare, and you have nothing to do on a Saturday night....pop in M&M into your VCR and share wunnerful wunnerful memories with Myron, Jo Ann, Gail, Sandy, Sally, Mary Lou, The Lennon Sisters, Bobby, Cissy and many many more for a trip down memory lane!

MY RATING: TEN STARS OUT OF TEN


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