Harold Arlen and Richard Rodgers Medley – Judy Garland and Diahann Carroll

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Performed by Judy Garland and Diahann Carroll on Episode #21 of The Judy Garland Show, taped 31 January 1964, aired 16 February 1964

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Introduction: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (m. George Gershwin, w. Ira Gershwin; special material by Mel Tormé) – Shall We Dance (film), 1937

It’s Only a Paper Moon (m. Harold Arlen, w. E. Y. Harburg and Billy Rose) – Take a Chance, 1933

Dancing on the Ceiling (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Lorenz Hart) – Ever Green, 1930

That Old Black Magic (m. Harold Arlen, w. Johnny Mercer) – Star-Spangled Rhythm (film), 1942

The Gentleman is a Dope (m. Richard Rogers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) – Allegro, 1947

Ill Wind (m. Harold Arlen, w. Ted Koehler) – Cotton Club Parade, 1934

It Might as Well Be Spring (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) – State Fair (film), 1945

Hit the Road to Dreamland (Arlen, Mercer) – Star Spangled Rhythm (film), 1942

Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Rodgers & Hammerstein) – Oklahoma!, 1943

Stormy Weather (Arlen-Koehler) – Cotton Club Parade, 1933

Lets Take the Long Way Home (Arlen, Mercer) – Here Come the Waves (film), 1944

Bali Ha’i (Rodgers & Hammerstein) – South Pacific, 1949

Manhattan (Rodgers & Hart) – Garrick Gaieties (revue), 1925

The Sweetest Sounds (Rodgers) – No Strings, 1962

Anyplace I Hang My Hat Is Home (Arlen, Mercer) – St. Louis Woman, 1946

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