"A boy, a girl and a piano" - This line from the episode's introduction describes the proceedings to a tee. Singer Bobby Darin and pianist André Previn join Dinah Shore for an hour of song ... See full summary »

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"A boy, a girl and a piano" - This line from the episode's introduction describes the proceedings to a tee. Singer Bobby Darin and pianist André Previn join Dinah Shore for an hour of song with no props (other than Previn's piano), no comedy and very little banter. Written by David Bassler

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14 April 1963 (USA)  »

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Dinah Shore - Host: You wouldn't hit a girl, would you?
Bobby Darin - Singer: Why not? They're softer.
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Soundtracks

You Made Me Love You
Written by James V. Monaco and Joseph McCarthy
Performed by Dinah Shore
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