The Dean Martin Show (1965–1974)
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Episode #3.15 

Dean is joined by Frank Sinatra and their respective families for the Christmas show. Dean and Frank do a medley of standards. Frank Jr and Dino perform "How Do You Talk to Your Dad." Nancy and Gail sing "Do Re Mi."

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Dean is joined by Frank Sinatra and their respective families for the Christmas show. Dean and Frank do a medley of standards. Frank Jr and Dino perform "How Do You Talk to Your Dad." Nancy and Gail sing "Do Re Mi."

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21 December 1967 (USA)  »

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This Christmas ep of "The Dean Martin Show" with both his and Frank Sinatra's families was a swingin' good time!
22 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Just watched this-Dean Martin's Christmas ep of his variety show-on YouTube. His special guest is his good friend, Frank Sinatra, along with his and Frank's offspring which includes Frank's daughter Nancy who was quite popular during this period. Here she sings a holiday version of "These Boots Were Made for Walking". During the second half-hour, Frank and Dean do a non-holiday medley in which they both constantly move their feet as if they were running somewhere! When the whole family, which includes Dean's then-wife Jeanne, join in at the end to sing various Christmas songs, they also mention sending lots of toys to various charities including one at Dean's hometown of Steubenville, Ohio. One more thing I have to make note of: When Frank sings "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", he warbles the original lyrics as originally sung by Judy Garland in Meet Me in St. Louis and not the revised words that Mr. Sinatra demanded when he recorded the song back in 1957! Overall, this was a very enjoyable Christmas ep of "The Dean Martin Show".


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