The Bobby Darin Show

March 30, 1973



Opening


On the 9th episode of The Bobby Darin Show, Bobby welcomed guests Connie Stevens, Andy Griffith and Eric Weissburg and Steve Mandel ("Dueling Banjos").

Comedy highlights included Bobby's impression of Groucho and Burt Reynolds. Also seen were running jokes that had been used previously in other shows: Bobby reading his fan mail for the week (one letter) and offering to accompany the week's musical guests (this time it was Weissburg and Mandel) with his harmonica (he was always politely refused).

This episode also featured "The Neighborhood."

Bobby's songs included "As Long As I'm Singin'," "Brooklyn Roads" (which resembled an early music video),"I've Got You Under My Skin" and "If I Were a Carpenter." He also sang "You've Got a Friend" with Connie. The hour ended with Bobby's "Mack the Knife."







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