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"The Andy Williams Show" Episode #4.16 (1966)

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Original Air Date:
21 February 1966 (Season 4, Episode 16)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Andy Williams ... Himself - Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Vic Damone ... Himself

Anthony Newley ... Himself

Allan Sherman ... Himself

Episode Crew
Camera and Electrical Department
George Meyer .... camera operator
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
Mort Green 
Bob Henry (1963-1967)
Robert Scheerer (1962-1963)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Al Cohn 
Mort Green 
Ray Reese 

Produced by
Bob Finkel .... producer (1962-1966)
Mort Green .... producer
Norman Lear .... executive producer
Edward Stephenson .... producer (1966-1967)
 
Original Music by
Ticker Freeman 
 
Sound Department
William Cole .... sound engineer
 
Music Department
Jack Elliott .... conductor (1965-1966)
Allyn Ferguson .... conductor (1966-1967)
Mort Green .... composer: closing theme "May Each Day"
Colin Romoff .... conductor (1962-1963)
George Wyle .... choral director (1964-1967)
 
Other crew
Margaret Banks .... assistant choreographer
Marc Breaux .... choreographer (1962-1963)
Nick Castle .... choreographer
Jane Hoyt Thompson .... production assistant
James Starbuck .... choreographer (1966-1967)
Dee Dee Wood .... choreographer (1962-1963)
 
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Runtime:
60 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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