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A very special show featuring Julie and her special guest, Robert Goulet. They join forces to salute the music of famous theatrical composers Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers.
The Irving Berlin tribute has Julie downing a red velvet dancehall costume to sing the lively "Alexander's Ragtime Band." From ''Annie Get Your Gun,'' Robert Goulet sings "The Girl That I Marry," and Julie recreates a Annie Oakley rendition of "Doin' What Comes Naturally." The musical theater salute continues with duets by Robert and Julie in "They Say It's Wonderful" and "There's No Business Like Show Business."
Julie, Robert, and eight male dancers share honors in a lavish musical tribute to the unforgettable songs of Cole Porter. Julie sings "You'd Be So East to Love" and My Heart Belongs to Daddy" in a steamy bearskin rug scene. This memorable episode continues with Robert and Julie again dueting to "Too Darn Hot" and "Night and Day."
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