Episode Guide - Raes, The (Series) (1978-1980)

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Raes, The
The following is a partial list of episodes.

Season 1

Jun 30, 1978 - Debut. Tonight's guests are singer Patsy Gallant, the Keane Brothers, comedian Morey Amsterdam and puppeteer Shari Lewis. (60 min.) Highlights: "Que Sera, Sera." "Never Can Say Goodbye" (Cherrill, Robbie); "Mandy" (Robbie); "Just You & I" (Cherrill); "Stay a While with Me" (Patsy); "We're All Alone" (Keane Brothers).

Jul 7, 1978 - The Loto Canada draw from Ottawa opens the show. Joining Cherrill and Robbie Rae are singers Tommy Common and Peter Pringle and comic Morey Amsterdam. (60 min.). Highlights: "Paloma Blanca," "One Day at a Time" (Tommy); "You Really Got Me Needing You Now" (Peter); "You Make Me Feel like Dancing" (Cherrill, Robbie); "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" (Cherrill); "Annie's Song" (Robbie).

Jul 14, 1978 - Guests: singers Donna and Lee Roy, puppeteer Shari Lewis and comic Morey Amsterdam. Cherrill Rae sings Breaking Up Is Hard To Do and Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue?

Jul 21, 1978 - Comedian Morey Amsterdam and singers Ray Griff, Myrna Lorrie, Susan Jacks and Larry Evoy are the guests. Cherrill and Robbie salute Donny and Marie Osmond with a medley of their hits. (60 min.) Highlights: "You Ring My Bell" (Ray); "When Will I Be Loved?" (Myrna); "Here I Go Again" (Larry); "Honeymoon" (Susan); "Evergreen" (Cherrill); "Put Your Hand in the Hand," "I've Got the Music in Me" (Raes).

Jul 28, 1978 - Guests: Ian Tyson, Shari Lewis and special guest star Patti Page.

Aug 18, 1978 - Cherrill and Robbie's guests are singers Morris Albert, Denise McCann and Carroll Baker. (60 min.) Highlights: "Feelings" (Morris); "Too Good to Be True" (Denise); "Why Me Lord," "I've Never Been This Far Before" (Carroll); "Help Me Make It thru the Night" (Cherrill); "I Can't Stop Lovin' You" (Robbie); "Proud Mary," "Here You Come Again," "Got to Get You into My Life" (Raes).

Aug 25, 1978 - Cherrill and Robbie's guests are singers Peter Chipman and Ray Price, comedian Morey Amsterdam and puppeteer Shari Lewis. (60 min.) Highlights: "You Light Up My Life" (Peter); "For the Good Times," "Help Me Make It thru the Night" (Ray); "Money, Money" (Shari); "It's a Miracle," "Bye, Bye Love," "You're the One that I Want," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" (Raes).

Season 2 (possibly incomplete)

Sep 11, 1979 - ABBA joins singers Cherrill and Robbie Rae as they open their second season. Series regulars are comedian Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop and the James Hibbard dancers, and the Tommy Banks orchestra. Highlights: "Does Your Mother Know?" (ABBA); "Get Up and Dance," "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" (Cherrill, Robbie); "In the Navy" (Cherrill, Robbie, Dancers); "Last Dance" (Cherrill); "Miss You" (Robbie).

Sep 18, 1979 - Guests: Max Webster, Shari Lewis, Jeff Hyslop, The James Hubbard Dancers, and The Tommy Banks Orchestra.

Sep 25, 1979 - Cherrill and Robbie welcome the Babys rock group and singer Arlene Duncan. Jeff Hyslop. Highlights: "Light My Fire" (Arlene); "Head First" (Babys); "You and I," "Born to Be Alive," "United We Stand," "Everything I Own" (Cherrill, Robbie).

Oct 2, 1979 - Robbie and Cherrill introduce guests Nick Gilder and Alma Faye, with regulars Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, the James Hibbard Dancers and the Tommy Banks Orchestra.

Oct 23, 1979 - With guests Prism and Frank Mills, with Jeff Hyslop, The James Hibbard Dancers and the Tommy Banks Orchestra.

Oct 30, 1979 - Guests: Stonebolt, Grace Jones.

Nov 6, 1979 - Guests: Trooper, Christopher Ward.

Nov 13, 1979 - Guests: Shari Lewis, Martin Stevens.

Nov 20, 1979 - Singer Maxine Nightingale joins Cherrill and Robbie. Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, James Hibbard dancers and the Tommy Banks orchestra. Highlights: "Lead Me On" (Maxine); "Shake Your Groove Thing," "Bridge over Troubled Water," "Cecilia" (Cherrill, Robbie); "She Believes in Me" (Robbie); "Main Event" (Cherrill).

Nov 27, 1979 - Guests: Robert John and Touche.

Dec 4, 1979 - Cherrill and Robbie's guests are singer France Joli and New Wave group Bram Tchaikovsky. Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, James Hibbard dancers, Tommy Banks orchestra. Highlights: "Come to Me" (France); "Girl of My Dreams" (Bram); "We Are Family," "My Girl," "Get Ready" (Cherrill, Robbie); "Chattanooga Choo Choo" (Cherill, Robbie, Dancers).

Dec 18, 1979 - Joining Cherrill and Robbie are singer Sylvester and rock group Max Webster. Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, James Hibbard dancers. Highlights "Dance," "You Make Me Feel" (Sylvester); "Let Go the Line" (Max Webster); "Back in Love Again," "Livin' It Up," "I Was Made to Love Her," "Uptight" (Cherrill, Robbie).

Dec 25, 1979 - A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM - Robbie and Cherrill host a cast party with Jeff Hyslop, The James Hibbird Dancers, Tommy Banks, Jackson Davies, Ruth Nichol with a special guest appearance by Shari Lewis and Lambchop.

Jan 1, 1980 - Robbie and Cherrill welcome in the New Year with a review of 1979s top hits with special guest Rex Smith and cast regulars Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop and the James Hibbard Dancers. Rex Smith sings his hits You Take My Breath Away and Forever. Cherrill and Robbie Rae give their renditions of 1979's top hits. The show is backed by the 17-piece Tommy Banks Orchestra.

Jan 15, 1980 - Cherrill and Robbie are joined by Shari Lewis and Lambchop, and the rock group Doucette. Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, James Hibbard dancers, Tommy Banks orchestra. Highlights: "Run Buddy Run" (Doucette); "Knock on Wood," "Wake Up, Little Susie," "Bye Bye Love" (Cherrill, Robbie); "So Close" (Cherrill); "Mama Can't Buy You Love" (Robbie).

Jan 22, 1980 - Chubby Checker and rock group Stonebolt join Cherrill and Robbie. Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, the James Hibbard dancers, and the Tommy Banks orchestra. Highlights: "Don't Ya Hide It" (Stonebolt); "The Twist," "Pony Time," "At the Hop," "Poetry in Motion," "Chapel of Love," "Diana" (Chubby, Cherrill, Robbie); "Good Vibrations," "I Get Around" (Cherrill, Robbie); "She's Always a Woman" (Robbie).

Jan 29, 1980 - Cherrill and Robbie welcome singer Pat Benatar and comedian Howie Mandel. Jackson Davies, Jeff Hyslop, James Hibbard dancers. Tommy Banks orchestra. Highlights: " I Need a Lover," "Heartbreaker" (Pat); "Better Love Next Time," "I'm Leaving It All Up to You," "Can't Help Falling in Love," "Suspicious Minds" (Cherrill, Robbie); "Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me" (Cherrill).

Feb 12, 1980 - Robbie and Cherrill welcome special guests Shari Lewis and rock group Prism.

Feb 26, 1980 - Joining Cherrill and Robbie are singers Patsy Gallant and Nick Gilder. Highlights: "It's Got to Be You" (Patsy); "Watcher of the Night" (Nick); "Enough Is Enough" (Patsy, Cherrill); "Love It Up Tonight," "Monday, Monday," "California Dreamin" (Cherrill, Robbie); "Just When I Needed You Most" (Robbie).

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