Gina is thrilled to learn that her idol, Frankie Laine, is performing with Danny at the Copa. She and her friend ask him if he would perform at their high school dance and Mr. Laine, who ... See full summary »

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Gina is thrilled to learn that her idol, Frankie Laine, is performing with Danny at the Copa. She and her friend ask him if he would perform at their high school dance and Mr. Laine, who has taken a shine to Gina, consents. Gina is overjoyed, but as she's getting ready for her exciting evening, Kathy, a former nurse, notices that Gina is down with the measles. Danny promises Gina that Frankie Laine will come back to the Williamses apartment to sing to her after the dance, but Frankie says he has other plans - without the Williamses knowledge, Frankie goes back to their apartment and makes a pizza pie for Gina, the happiest patient in New York City. Written by gaelicguy

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9 March 1959 (USA)  »

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'Frankie Laine' sings four songs in this episode: "That's My Desire," "That Ain't Right," "Up Above My Head" and "When You Speak My Name," which is performed twice. The first three singles were all earlier hits for Laine; the last was his current single when the show aired, but it failed to chart. See more »

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Gina: I have all your records.
Frankie Laine: Really?
Gina: I have them all. "The Cry of the Wild Goose," "Mule Train," "That Lucky Old Sun," "South of the Border," "That's My Desire," "Exactly Like You," "The Gandy Dancers Ball"...
Danny Williams: Whoa! Hey! Stop! Bye!
Frankie Laine: Hold it, hold it, will you? This is what I've always been looking for: A long-playing fan!
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References Captain Kangaroo (1955) See more »

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When You Speak My Name
Written by Arthur Altman and Charles Tobias
Performed by Frankie Laine
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