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The Andy Williams Show

The Andy Williams Show is a television variety show which ran from 1959 to 1971. The show began as a summer replacement series in 1959 on CBS. Later it was picked up by NBC in 1962, where it ran until 1967, then revived from 1969 through 1971. The Osmond Brothers were regulars on the show from 1962 - 1969. There are many performances that we do not have dates for, but have included them on this page. If you have any information about the Osmonds appearing on the Andy Williams Show, please e-mail us.

December 13, 1962 - The Osmond Brothers' Debut Episode

The Osmond Brothers made their debut appearance on The Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. Andy asked the boys to come up from the audience and introduced them. They sang Be My Little Baby Bumblebee.

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December 20, 1962 - The Osmond Brothers' 2nd Appearance

The Osmond Brothers made their second appearance on The Andy Williams Show on this date. They sang Side By Side and Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas.

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January 10, 1963 - Bye Bye Blues / Aura Lee with Andy

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Bye Bye Blues and Aura Lee with Andy Williams. George Gobel and Keely Smith were also guests on this show.

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January 17, 1963 - Music Medley

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They performed a Music Medley with four different songs, and then combined them all into one. Jane Wyman, Jonathan Winters, and Red Norvo were also guests on this show.

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January 24, 1963 - Ballin' The Jack / These Will Be The Good Old Days

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They performed a number with the Clinger sisters from Utah. The Clinger sisters were another quartet. Sammy Davis, Jr. was also a guest on this show.

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January 31, 1963 - Donny's Debut - Yes Sir, That's My Baby

Donny Osmond made his debut on the Andy Williams Show on this date. He sang Yes Sir, That's My Baby. Ann Southern, Lorne Greene, Dan Blocker and Bob Hope were also guests on this epsiode.

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February 7, 1963 - Mobile / I Want To Be In Chicago Town

The Osmond Brothers perform Mobile and I Want To Be In Chicago Town. Peter Lawford, Martha Raye, and the New Christy Minstrels were also guests on this show.

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February 14, 1963 - Row, Row, Row

The Osmond Brothers perform Row, Row, Row. Other guests included Al Hirt and Andy Griffith.

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February 21, 1963 - Let's Harmonize

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show singing Let's Harmonize with Andy. Other guests included Fred MacMurray and Carol Channing.

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March 21, 1963 - If You Knew Susie / I Want A Girl

The Osmond Brothers performed If You Knew Susie, Like I Know Susie and I Want A Girl Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad with Andy Williams. Other guests included Shelley Berman and Rita Moreno.

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October 15, 1963 - O Shenadoah / I'm An Old Cowhand

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show on this date. They sang O Shenandoah and then I'm An Old Cowhand with Andy. Lee Remick and Joey Bishop were also guests on this show.

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October 29, 1963 - By The Light Of The Silvery Moon / Sweet Kentucky Babe

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang By The Light Of The Silver Moon and then Sweet Kentucky Babe with Andy. Jane Wyman, Ernest Borgnine, Carl Ballentyne, and The Good Time Singers were also guests on this show.

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November 12, 1963 - Be My Little Baby Bumblebee / Just A Song At Twilight

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Be My Little Baby Bumblebee and then Just A Song At Twilight with Andy. Buddy Ebsen, Peggy Lee, and the Goodtime Singers were also guests on this episode.

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November 26, 1963 - Old Man Auctioneer / Sweet And Low

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang The Old Man Auctioneer and then Sweet and Low with Andy. Phil Harris, Lawrence Welk, and The Goodtime Singers were also guests on this episode.

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December 10, 1963 - Santa, No Chimney / You Are
My Sunshine

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Santa, No Chimney and then Donny sang You Are My Sunshine with Andy looking on. Don Knotts and Roy and Dale Evans were also guests on this episode.

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February 18, 1964 - Marie's Debut - Lida Rose

Marie Osmond made her debut on the Andy Williams Show on this date. The Brothers sang Lida Rose with Andy, and then Marie came out. Andy danced with Marie and then she joined the Brothers for the end of the song. Dick Van Dyke and Irene Ryan were also guests on this show.

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March 17, 1964 - When I Saw Her Standing There /
I Wouldn't Trade The Silver In My Mother's Hair

The Osmonds were guests on The Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang When I Saw Her Standing There and I Wouldn't Trade The Silver In My Mother's Hair. Other guests included Andy Griffith and Maureen O'Hara.

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April 14, 1964 - Hello Dolly

The Osmonds were guests on The Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Hello Dolly with Andy Williams. Other guests included Bob Newhart, Imogene Cocoa and The Goodtime Singers.

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May 12, 1964 - Don't Fence Me In / Down Our Way /
Aura Lee

The Osmonds were guests on The Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Don't Fence Me In with Joey Bishop and a special appearance by George Osmond, Down Our Way and Aura Lee. Other guests included Joey Bishop and The Goodtime Singers.

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October 26, 1964 - Love Makes The World Go Round

The Osmonds were guests on The Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Love Makes The World Round with Dale Evans. Other guests included Roy and Dale Evans, Jonathan Winters, and The Goodtime Singers.

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November 30, 1964 - Supercalifragilisticexpealidocious /
Sing A Rainbow

The Osmonds were guests on The Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They sang Supercalifragilisticexpealidocious and Sing A Rainbow with Julie Andrews. Other guests included Julie Andrews and Bill Cosby.

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December 21, 1964 - Silver Bells

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. This was Andy's Christmas Show. They sang Silver Bells with Andy.

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January 11, 1965 - Leader of the Pack

George and Olive Osmond appeared on the Andy Williams Show which was aired on this date. They perfomed Leader of the Pack with Bobby Darin and Vic Damone.

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March 1, 1965 -My Memories / High Is Better Than Low

The Osmond Brothers were guests on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They performed My Memories and High Is Better Than Low with Andy Williams. Other guests included Tony Bennett, Roger Williams, and Count Basie.

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June 7, 1965 - When The Red Robin Comes Bobbin' Along / Tap Dance Routine (Virl and Tom's Debut) / To Be A Performer / Polaroid Commercial

The Osmond Brothers were guests on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They performed When Red Robin Comes Bobbin' Along. Virl and Tom Osmond made their debut with a tap dance routine. Andy Williams and Cast sang To Be A Performer and Wayne, Merrill, and Jay took part in a polaroid commercial with Eddie Albert. Other guests included The Goodtime Singers, Nick Castle Dancers, Dave Gruson and Maggie Banks.

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December 13, 1965 - The Music Box

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Christmas Show. The presented Andy's wife, Claudine Longet a music box and then performed a dance number with her.

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January 17, 1966 - Happiness Is / L-O-V-E / Whispering / Let's Hang On

The Osmond Brothers perform Happiness Is with Andy Williams, Phyllis Diller, and Johnny Mathis, L-O-V-E, and Whispering with Andy Williams. They also sang Let's Hang On on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date.

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May 23, 1966 - For Your Applause

The Osmond Brothers perform For Your Applause with Andy. Donny joins them in the second half of the number.

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Summer 1966 - Fem Smutsiga Sma Fingrar / A Janta A Ja / Hang On Sloopy

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show. They had just returned from performing in Sweden. They sang Fem Smutsiga Sma Fingrar and A Janta A Ja with narration from Andy. They also sang Hang On Sloopy.

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September 18, 1966 - I've Got Spurs /
Tumbling Tumbleweeds

The Osmond Brothers sing I've Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle and Tumbling Tumbleweeds with Andy Williams.

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November 20, 1966 - The Rover / We Love A Piano

The Osmond Brothers sing The Rover and We Love A Piano.

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December 18, 1966 - Christmas Show - Candy Factory

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. This was Andy's Christmas show and the Brothers sang a medley containing Frivolous Four Plus One, Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It's Off To Work We Go, and Whistle While You Work. Andy's family, wife, Claudine Longet, and the Williams' Brothers were guests on this show.

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December 25, 1966 - Wonderful, Wonderful Day

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. This was the first time the Brothers ever ice skated and as history is told, they burned their skates when the show was over. They performed Wonderful, Wonderful Day.

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March 5, 1967 -Mame & Fascinating Rhythm


The Osmond Brothers performed Mame with Andy Williams and also did Fascinating Rhythm.

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March 12, 1967 -Swanee Medley / Jimmy's Debut - Red Roses For A Blue Lady


The Osmond Brothers performed a Swanee Medley which featured Swanee, Waiting For The Robert E. Lee, Toot Toot Tootise Goodbye, Nothing Could Be Finer Than To Be in California. They played banjos, tamborines, and tap danced. Jimmy also made his debut singing Red Roses for A Blue Lady.

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December 13, 1967 - Happy Holidays with The Williams Brothers / Tell Me Babe What's New / It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Christmas Show. Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay, and Donny sang Happy Holidays with the Williams Brothers. Four-year-old Jimmy also appeared on this show and sang Tell Me Babe What's New with the Brothers playing saxophone in the background. The Osmond Brothers sang and skated to It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year.

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December 19, 1968 - We Wish You A Merry Christmas / Electric Osmond Experience / I Dig Rock And Roll Music /
I Gotta Woman

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Christmas Show. The Brothers performed We Wish You A Merry Christmas and were featured on their musical instruments in the Electric Osmond Experience and Jimmy performed I Dig Rock and Roll Music and I Gotta Woman. Olive Osmond also made a special guest appearance.

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October 11, 1969 - Along Came Jones / Good Old Rock And Roll Medley

Andy Williams, Ray Stevens, and Danny Thomas perform Along Came Jones with special appearances from Jimmy and Olive Osmond. The Osmond Brothers also perform a Good Old Rock and Roll Medley with Andy Williams and Ray Stevens.

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October 25, 1969 - Jackson

The Osmonds appeared on the Andy Williams Show on this date. They performed Jackson with Nancy Sinatra. Other guests included Bob Newhart, Kenny Rogers, Nancy Sinatra and Tiny Tim.

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November 8, 1969 - Spinning Wheel / Peg O My Heart / We Are Everyday People

The Osmonds appeared on the Andy Williams Show on this date. They performed Spinning Wheel and then performed Peg O My Heart with Andy. Later they joined Andy and the rest of the cast on We Are Everyday People. Other guests included Gary Puckett and the Union Gap and Judy Collins.

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November 22, 1969 - Where's The Playground Susie / Scarborough Fair

The Osmonds appeared on the Andy Williams Show on this date. They performed Where's The Playground Susie and Scarborough Fair with Andy. Other guests included Jo Ann Worley, Mary Hopkins, Loadstone, and Jonathan Winters.

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November 29, 1969 - With A Little Help From My Friends / Blues Medley / Make The Music Flow

The Osmond Brothers appeared on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They performed With A Little Help From My Friends with Andy Williams, A Blues Medley with Dusty Springfield, Andy Williams, and Ray Stevens, and Make The Music Flow.

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December 20, 1969 - Kay Thompson's Jingle Bells / The Caroling Medley / Cookie Bear

The Osmond Brothers performed on the Andy Williams Christmas Show. They performed Kay Thompson's Jingle Bells with the Williams Brothers, Caroling Medley, and Jimmy makes an appearance with the Christmas "Scrooge" story with Cookie Bear.

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February 21, 1970 - Wait Until The Sun Shines

The Osmond Brothers perform Wait Until The Sun Shines on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. Other guests included Donald O'Conner and Thelma Houston.

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March 7, 1970 - Motown Special

The Osmond Brothers perform Motown Special on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. Other guests included Kenny Rogers, Ray Stevens, and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles.

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March 21, 1970 - Keep The Customer Satsified / The Lady's Leaving Town

The Osmond Brothers perform Keep The Customer Satisfied on the Andy Williams Show which aired on this date. They also performed The Lady's Leaving Town with Andy Williams. Other guests included the Flying Silvermans and the Mike Post Orchestra.

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