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    Nancy's Movie & TV Timeline


    A journey through seven decades, Nancy's Movie & TV Timeline collects her screen appearances from 1957 to the present. At approximately 300 entries–and counting, I believe this presentation is the most extensive and detailed list of Nancy’s video credits. Nancy’s performances of songs that did not appear on her contemporary audio releases are highlighted in red. Historical background for many of the non-studio songs can be found in Nancy Sings Broadway, Movies & TV. Movie and TV soundtrack appearances of Nancy's studio recordings are covered in Reelin' With Nancy.


    The following video prelude to the timeline exemplifies the multitude of music and comedy treasures in Nancy’s screen catalog.



    • Memorable Music: It’s The Number 1 Party: Nancy performs “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’” on the BBC (2003):

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    Dale Winton was the emcee for the show called The Number Ones (The Anniversary of The Top Of the Pops) celebrating the number one songs in the UK. All the people in that audience shared the joy of having had a number one song on Top Of the Pops.

    Source: YouTube



    Cinematic Comedy: From her zany fifth motion picture, The Last Of The Secret Agents? (1966), Nancy’s endearing portrayal of Micheline includes this scene with her “Papa Leo,” played by the wonderful Lou Jacobi.

    Source: YouTube



    TV Comedy: Nancy and Jack's banter from Jack Benny's New Look (1969).

    Source: YouTube



    Earworm Alert!: On the October 25, 1969 episode of NBC’s The Andy Williams Show, Andy and Bob Newhart are amusingly perplexed by Nancy & Tiny Tim’s rousing performance of “The Thank You Song.” The joyous novelty tune had been introduced by Shirley Jones and Jennifer Darling in the previous year’s Broadway production of Maggie Flynn.

    Source: YouTube




    1957-1960
    1961-196419651966196719681969
    1970-19711972-19731974-1978
    1980-1994
    19951996-1999
    2000-200320042005-2007
    2008-20142015
    2016-2019
    Last edited by AndrewT; 02-20-2019 at 03:42 PM. Reason: Updated link title.
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    1957-1960


    Argus-Press, Owosso, Michigan: October 26, 1957

    The Frank Sinatra Show
    Nancy appears with her Uni High friends Jane Ross and Belinda Burrell, as The Tri-Tones.
    Frank & The Tri-Tones: ”Side By Side"(eventually released on the Classic Duets CD) and "Exactly Like You"
    Season 1, Episode 3
    Original Broadcast: November 1, 1957 (ABC)



    The Frank Sinatra Show
    Frank sings "My Funny Valentine" to Nancy (eventually released on Seduction: Sinatra Sings Of Love [Target Stores Exclusive Bonus DVD Edition] and Vintage Sinatra [Concert Collection Bonus Disc])
    Season 1, Episode 18
    Original Broadcast: February 14, 1958 (ABC)



    Elvis Presley's Fort Dix Press Conference [Newsreel]
    Nancy was asked by her dad to meet Elvis upon his March 3, 1960 arrival at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Elvis was about to appear with Nancy on FS’s TV special to welcome Elvis back from his service in the Army.

    From Nancy's 1985 book, Frank Sinatra, My Father:


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy
    FS had asked me to take EP a welcome-home present and I did. On the advice of Elvis’s manager, Colonel Tom Parker, I had picked out two ruffled tuxedo shirts and now presented them to Elvis along with Frank’s regards.


    The Steve Allen [Plymouth] Show
    13-minute film segment: Steve Allen interviews celebrities at the movie premiere of Can-Can.
    Nancy & Tommy Sands
    Season 5, Episode 22
    Original Broadcast: March 14, 1960 (NBC)

    The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: It’s Nice To Go Traveling / Welcome Home Elvis
    Nancy, Elvis Presley, Sammy Davis, Jr., Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford
    Nancy, Frank, Joey Bishop, Sammy Davis Jr. and Elvis Presley: "It's Nice To Go Trav'ling" (eventually released on The Timex Shows Vol. 2: To The Ladies / Welcome Home Elvis DVD)
    Nancy & Frank: "You Make Me Feel So Young (Old)" (eventually released on the Classic Duets CD and DVD; The Timex Shows Vol. 2: To The Ladies / Welcome Home Elvis DVD)
    Nancy and the Tom Hansen Dancers dance to a medley of "Young At Heart" and "You Make Me Feel So Young." (eventually released on The Timex Shows Vol. 2: To The Ladies / Welcome Home Elvis DVD)
    Fourth FS Timex Special
    Original Broadcast: May 12, 1960 (ABC)



    Frank Sinatra-Timex Show ad, from the May 7-13, 1960 issue of TV Guide magazine.


    Elvis & Nancy on the cover of the New York Herald Tribune "TV Radio Magazine" (May 8-14, 1960).
    Last edited by AndrewT; 03-09-2017 at 09:36 AM. Reason: Added Nancy & Elvis TV magazine cover.
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    1961-1964

    Here's Hollywood
    Nancy and Tommy Sands are interviewed by Jack Linkletter.
    Season 2, Episode 44
    Original Broadcast: November 3, 1961 (NBC)

    Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall
    Nancy, Tommy Sands, Rudy Vallee
    Nancy: "I'm Walkin'" (studio version eventually released on Bubblegum Girl, Vol. 2)
    Nancy & Tommy: "I'll Never Smile Again" (Nancy) / "Witchcraft" (Tommy)
    Nancy & Tommy: "All The Way"
    Perry, Rudy, Nancy & Tommy: "Young At Heart"
    Season 14, Episode 7
    Original Broadcast (in color): November 15, 1961 (NBC)



    Alta Fedeltà (High Fidelity) (Italy)
    The new show premiered with Nancy as its first guest.
    Saturday, January 27, 1962

    Special Mention: 30 Baionette Contro La Morte [30 Bayonets Against Death] (Italy)
    According to Associated Press: Nancy agreed to play the female lead in this Italian film. Production on the movie, to be directed by Gino Mangini, was scheduled to begin in late March.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    Just one I regret not having done. It was an Italian film to be shot in Italy and it was a dramatic role that might have taken me in another direction career wise. This was the very early '60s and I didn't want to be in Italy for those few months. How stupid.
    Nancy with Willard Josephy, Director of Rome’s office of General Artists Corporation.



    The Mike Douglas Show
    Co-host for the episode: Pat Morrissey
    Nancy, José Melis, Miss Cleveland, and kite rider Alphonso Woodall
    Season 1, Episode 162
    Original Broadcast: August 1, 1962 (Syndicated)

    WXYZ-TV Detroit Careerathon
    Nancy, Frank Fontaine, Carmen McRae, Oscar Peterson
    The August 9, 1962 issue of The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) reported that Nancy was scheduled to appear on this local TV special "to combat the problem of school drop outs."
    August 18, 1962 (WXYZ-TV, Detroit)



    48-Hour N.Y. Salute To Darryl Zanuck's "The Longest Day"
    Nancy and Tommy Sands arriving at the New York City premiere of the movie.
    Movietone News newsreel (October 1962)



    Stump The Stars
    Nancy and Tommy Sands
    Host: Mike Stokey
    Season 1, Episode 14
    Original Broadcast: December 24, 1962 (CBS)

    CBS press release promoting the Christmas Eve broadcast of Stump The Stars.


    The Virginian
    “If You Have Tears”

    Nancy as Cary, the singing barmaid
    Doug McClure
    James Drury
    Dana Wynter
    Robert Vaughn
    Roberta Shore
    Phyllis Avery
    Gene Lyons

    Nancy sings "If I Had Tears" and "I Like What I See When I Look At You"
    Season 1, Episode 20
    Original Broadcast: February 13, 1963 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 5, 1963 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 24, 1970 (NBC) [See 1970 for additional details]
    (DVD)




    NOTE: Nancy has said she does not recall appearing live on American Bandstand, but does remember touring with Dick Clark in Florida during the 1960s. Episode 1541 (in June 1963) was apparently broadcast from Miami. In addition to links to TV.com’s Bandstand listings, here is a clipping from the June 10, 1963 Miami News, regarding Nancy’s appearance with Dick Clark in Miami as the guest of honor at a June 13 benefit for Variety Children’s Hospital building expansion campaign, a few days before AB 1541.


    American Bandstand
    Nancy: "Like I Do" [unconfirmed live performance]
    Season 6, Episode 135 (AB-1469)
    Original Broadcast: March 8, 1963 (ABC)
    Source: http://www.tv.com/shows/american-ban...inatra-213780/

    American Bandstand
    Nancy: "One Way" [see note above]
    Season 6, Episode 207 (AB-1541) (broadcast from Miami)
    Original Broadcast: June 21, 1963 (ABC)
    Source: http://www.tv.com/shows/american-ban...inatra-213928/

    ADDED: According to Cash Box's "Record Ramblings" (June 29, 1963):

    Nancy Sinatra was guest star on Dick Clark's "American Bandstand" June 21. The Reprise Records singer, currently riding the airwaves with "Cruel War."


    Burke's Law
    "Who Killed Wade Walker"

    Nancy as secretary Jill Stacy
    Gene Barry
    Gary Conway
    Regis Toomey
    Leon Lontoc
    Rhonda Fleming
    Jay C. Flippen
    Anne Francis
    Martha Hyer
    Frankie Laine
    Dana Wynter

    Season 1, Episode 9
    Original Broadcast: November 15, 1963 (ABC)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 26, 1964 (ABC)
    (DVD)

    Nancy and Gary Conway


    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Tommy Sands, Davis & Reese, Earl Grant, Robert Horton, The Kim Sisters & The Kim Brothers, Bob Lewis, Ronnie Martin, The New Sounds, The Nieman Brothers
    Nancy: "Old Straw Hat"
    Nancy & Tommy Sands: "Hey Good Lookin'"
    Season 17, Episode 8
    Original Broadcast: November 17, 1963 (CBS)



    Special Mention: The Jerry Lewis Show
    Nancy and Tommy Sands had been scheduled as guests for the December 21, 1963 broadcast of The Jerry Lewis Show. ABC announced the cancellation of the weekly 2-hour primetime talk/variety series on November 18, 1963. The final episode would air on December 21, but with Sammy Davis, Jr. as the guest.



    For Those Who Think Young [Movie]
    (Tentatively titled: A Young Man's Fancy)

    Nancy as sorority girl Karen Cross
    James Darren
    Pamela Tiffin
    Paul Lynde
    Tina Louise
    Bob Denver
    Robert Middleton
    Claudia Martin
    Ellen Burstyn (billed as Ellen McRae)
    Woody Woodbury

    U.S. Release: June 1964
    (Amazon Instant Video)

    Bob Denver and Nancy


    The Celebrity Game
    Panelists: Nancy, Tommy Sands, Pamela Tiffin, Cliff Arquette, Anne Baxter, MacDonald Carey, Howard Duff, Ida Lupino, Jack E. Leonard
    Host: Carl Reiner
    Original Broadcast: June 14, 1964 (CBS)

    You Don't Say
    Nancy and Tommy Sands
    Host: Tom Kennedy
    Original Broadcast: August 24, 1964 (NBC)

    Get Yourself A College Girl [Movie]

    Nancy as married college student Lynne
    Mary Ann Mobley
    Joan O'Brien
    Chris Noel
    Chad Everett
    Willard Waterman
    Fabrizio Mioni
    James Millhollin
    Paul Todd
    Donnie Brooks
    Dorothy Neumann

    U.S. Release: December 1964
    (DVD-R)

    Chris Noel, Dorothy Neumann, Mary Ann Mobley, Joan O'Brien and Nancy
    Last edited by AndrewT; 12-18-2017 at 03:31 PM. Reason: Added image of Nancy and Tommy on "Ed Sullivan Show."
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    1965

    What's This Song?
    Nancy and Tommy Sands
    Host: Wink Martindale
    Episodes 61-65
    Original Broadcast: The week of January 18, 1965 (NBC)

    What's My Line?
    Nancy and Tommy Sands (mystery guest duo)
    Host: John Daly
    Panelists: Bennett Cerf, Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, Tony Randall
    Original Broadcast: February 28, 1965 (CBS)



    The Celebrity Game
    Panelists: Nancy, Tommy Sands, Eve Arden, Dana Andrews, Pearl Bailey, Phyllis Diller, Paul Ford, Lee Marvin, Jan Murray
    Host: Carl Reiner
    Original Broadcast: April 15, 1965 (CBS)



    Password
    Nancy and Woody Allen
    Host: Allen Ludden
    Season 4, Episode 41
    Original Broadcast: July 8, 1965 (CBS)
    (DVD)



    Hollywood Backstage
    Television series produced by Hollywood Newsreel Syndicate
    Nancy and Tina joined their father at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, where he ceremoniously placed his hands and feet in cement.
    Event date: July 20, 1965 (Syndicated broadcast)



    Girl Talk
    Hostess: Virginia Graham
    Guests: Nancy, Rose Marie, Luba Lisa
    Original Broadcast: August 31, 1965 (Syndicated)

    A two-page ad for Virginia Graham's Girl Talk, in the January 31, 1966 issue of Broadcasting magazine, listed Nancy among the guests who have appeared on the series: "Greatest Women In The World."



    Marriage On The Rocks [Movie]

    Nancy as Tracy Edwards
    Frank Sinatra
    Deborah Kerr
    Dean Martin
    Cesar Romero
    Hermione Baddeley
    Tony Bill
    John McGiver
    Davey Davison
    Michael Petit
    Trini Lopez
    Joi Lansing

    U.S. Release: September 1965
    (VHS and DVD)



    The Mike Douglas Show
    Co-host for this week: Kaye Ballard
    Guests: Nancy, Robert Vaughn, Addiss and Crofut, Joan Rivers
    Season 5, Episode 16
    Original Broadcast: The week of September 27, 1965 (Syndicated)

    Hollywood A Go-Go
    Nancy, The Astronauts, Brenda Holloway, Deanna Mollner, Rick Nelson, The Newbeats, The Sinners, The Toys
    Nancy: "So Long, Babe" and "If He'd Love Me"
    Season 2, Episode 7
    Original Broadcast: October 16, 1965 (Syndicated)

    "So Long, Babe"


    Shivaree
    Nancy, Brenda Holloway, Sonny & Cher, The Turtles
    Nancy: "So Long Babe" and "If He'd Love Me"
    Show #39
    Original Broadcast: October 23, 1965 (Syndicated, produced at KABC-LA)

    "If He'd Love Me"


    Special Mention: Shindig
    An ABC-TV press release and a TV listing (in the Milwaukee Sentinel) state that Nancy was scheduled to guest, along with The Rolling Stones, on the November 6, 1965 broadcast of Shindig. However, Nancy apparently did not appear on the show.





    A CBS News Special: Sinatra
    Walter Cronkite profiles FS. Appearances by Nancy, Johnny Carson, Count Basie, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr.
    Original Broadcast: November 16, 1965 (CBS)
    (See: 48 Hours [1998])



    ABC Scope
    "The New Hollywood: Bikinis At The Box Office"

    From the ABC press release:



    "The documentary features film clips from an upcoming movie, 'Bikini Party In A Haunted House' [later known as 'The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini'], which features, among others, Nancy Sinatra. The 'Scope' program will explore the box office success of today's 'bikini - beach party' type movies being produced in Hollywood."

    Original Broadcast: December 4, 1965 (ABC)

    This photo accompanied the press release.


    Hullabaloo
    Nancy, Frankie Avalon, Lola Falana, The Hollies, The Yardbirds
    Nancy: "So Long Babe"
    Nancy, Frankie Avalon & Lola Falana: TV Themes Medley
    Season 2, Episode 12
    Original Broadcast: December 6, 1965 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 20, 1966 (NBC)
    (Note: Based on TV listings, it appears that the repeat broadcast had been scheduled for June 6, 1966, but was postponed.)
    (VHS and DVD)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 11-12-2018 at 02:27 PM. Reason: Added "Hollywood Backstage" FS Footprint Ceremony.
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    1966

    Shivaree
    Nancy, The Knickerbockers, Sheb Wooley, Glenn Yarbrough
    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" and "As Tears Go By"
    Show #54
    Original Broadcast: February 5, 1966 (Syndicated, produced at KABC-LA)



    Hullabaloo
    Nancy, The Righteous Brothers, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Bob Lind, Paul & Barry Ryan
    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Nancy & The Righteous Brothers: "Beatles Medley: I've Just Seen A Face, Run For Your Life, Girl, Wait and Michelle"
    Season 2, Episode 23
    Original Broadcast: February 21, 1966 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: July 25, 1966 (NBC)
    (VHS and DVD)

    Bill Medley, Nancy and Bobby Hatfield


    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Petula Clark, The Berosini Chimps, Alan King, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, Richard Pryor, Blossom Seely, The Tokyo Happy Coats, The Trio Rennos, (Jerry Vale: scheduled to appear)
    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Season 19, Episode 24
    Original Broadcast: February 27, 1966 (CBS)
    Repeat Broadcast: September 4, 1966 (CBS)
    ("These Boots Are Made For Walkin'": iTunes video)



    The Oscar [Movie]
    Frank and Nancy as Themselves, in a cameo appearance
    U.S. Release: March 1966


    The cameo was, in a sense, art imitating life. Nancy had been in the audience when her father won the Oscar in 1954.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Sinatra: An American Legend
    MARCH 25, 1954: At the long-awaited Academy Awards show, Dad's dream finally came true: With Frankie and me in the audience, he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor [for From Here To Eternity]. ... When his name was announced, he kissed me on the cheek, kissed Frankie on the cheek and sprinted to the stage.


    The Hollywood Palace
    Nancy, Robert Goulet (host), The Muppets, Jan Murray, The Nerveless Nocks, Chita Rivera, Mac Ronay
    Nancy: “As Tears Go By,” "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Nancy & Robert Goulet: "Shoe Medley: A Shine On your Shoes, Old Soft Shoe, Put Your Shoes On Lucy, Shoo-Fly Pie, The Man I Love, Kids (What's The Matter With Kids), Heart & Soul, Blue Suede Shoes, The Man I Love, There's A Small Hotel, Them Golden Slippers, A Shine on Your Shoes (reprise)"
    Season 3, Episode 25
    Original Broadcast: March 19. 1966 (ABC)
    Repeat Broadcast: August 6, 1966 (ABC)



    The Match Game
    Nancy and Darryl Hickman
    Host: Gene Rayburn
    Episodes 841-845
    Original Broadcast: March 21-25, 1966 (NBC)

    The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini [Movie]
    (Working title: Beach Party In A Haunted House)
    (Promotional title: The Girl In The Glass Bikini)

    Nancy sings "Geronimo" (eventually released on the You Go-Go Girl! CD)

    Nancy & The Bobby Fuller Four

    Nancy as Vicki
    Tommy Kirk
    Deborah Walley
    Aron Kincaid
    Quinn O'Hara
    Jesse White
    Harvey Lembeck
    Claudia Martin
    Francis X. Bushman
    Benny Rubin
    Bobbie Shaw Chance
    George Barrows
    Basil Rathbone
    Patsy Kelly
    Boris Karloff

    U.S. Release: April 1966
    (DVD)

    Nancy and Aron Kincaid


    Top Of The Pops (UK)
    Nancy: "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?"
    Season 3, Episode 17
    Original Broadcast: April 28, 1966 (BBC)



    “Nancy’s 15-Minute Show” (France)
    Nancy’s 15-minute TV show included her spoken introductions in French.
    Nancy: “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?”
    Nancy with Billy Strange: “Bang Bang”
    May 1966 (France)



    Studio Uno (Italy)
    Saturday night variety series
    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Original Broadcast: May 7, 1966 (Rai 1, Italy)
    U.S. Broadcast: See January 23, 1968: An Evening Of Italian Television



    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Marty Allen & Steve Rossi, Maria Cole, Robert Merrill, Mrs. Miller, Joan Rivers, Stiller & Meara, The West Point Glee Club
    Nancy: "The Last Of The Secret Agents" and "Let It Be Me"
    On film: The premiere of the film Last of the Secret Agents?, featuring Nancy and her mother’s arrival.
    Season 19, Episode 36
    Original Broadcast: May 22, 1966 (CBS)
    (“The Last Of The Secret Agents” [Sullivan show performance]: iTunes video)

    Nancy and Ed Sullivan


    The Last Of The Secret Agents? [Movie]
    Nancy sings the title song.
    See: You’ll Stay In My Heart: Nancy Sings Bacharach & David for details regarding “Papa Leo’s Place” (not recorded or filmed).

    Nancy as Micheline
    Marty Allen
    Steve Rossi
    John Williams
    Lou Jacobi
    Theodore Marcuse
    Carmen Dell'Orefice
    Harvey Korman
    Ed Sullivan (uncredited cameo appearance)

    U.S. Release: May 1966

    Steve Rossi, Nancy and Marty Allen


    These Boots Are Made For Walkin' - Color-Sonics Film
    Color-Sonics catalog #011/Scopitone catalog #CS-2011
    June 1966 (Video Jukeboxes)



    The Shadow Of Your Smile - Color-Sonics Film
    Color-Sonics catalog #008
    June 1966 (Video Jukeboxes)



    4-3-2-1 Hot And Sweet (West Germany)
    Saturday afternoon TV series.
    Original Broadcast: June 11, 1966 (ZDF, West Germany)



    Discorama (France)
    Filmed segments of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" and "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?"
    Original Broadcast: June 12, 1966 (RTF, France)

    "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?"


    Musik Aus Studio B (West Germany)
    Original Broadcast: June 13, 1966 (NDR, West Germany)

    The Kraft Summer Music Hall
    Nancy, John Davidson (host), Flip Wilson, Brian Foley
    Nancy: "Let It Be Me"
    Nancy & John Davidson: "Sometimes I'm Happy"
    Original Broadcast: July 11, 1966 (NBC)



    Pittsburgh Press: July 11, 1966


    The Wild Angels [Movie]

    Nancy as Mike
    Peter Fonda
    Bruce Dern
    Diane Ladd
    Buck Taylor
    Norman Alden
    Michael J. Pollard
    Lou Procopio
    Joan Shawlee
    Marc Cavell
    Coby Denton
    Frank Maxwell
    Gayle Hunnicutt

    U.S. Release: July 1966
    (VHS, DVD and Blu-ray)

    Peter Fonda and Nancy


    Hollywood Backstage
    Television series produced by Hollywood Newsreel Syndicate
    Footage of Nancy, Phyllis Diller, Annette Funicello and Toni Lee Shelley at Dodger Stadium for the Dodgers’ annual charity baseball game featuring the Hollywood All Stars vs. the Los Angeles Sports Writers: July 22, 1966.
    1966 (Syndicated)

    Sandy Koufax and Nancy


    Hollywood Backstage
    Television series produced by Hollywood Newsreel Syndicate
    Nancy & Al Martino at The Cocoanut Grove
    circa 1966 (Syndicated)



    Special Mention: Love On A Rooftop
    An August 1966 Associated Press article (excerpt displayed left) reported that Nancy had been among twenty actresses in contention for the female lead (Julie Willis) in Screen Gems' romantic comedy Love On A Rooftop. That role in this 1966-67 ABC TV series went to Judy Carne, who would become the "sock-it-to-me" girl on Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In in 1968. According to the article, the pilot for Love On A Rooftop was shot in December 1965. At the time, "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" was a few weeks away from entering the charts and The Last Of The Secret Agents? was before the cameras. Details of the casting process are incomplete, but Nancy's burgeoning recording and film careers may have precluded her from taking on the role.



    What's My Line?
    Nancy (mystery guest)
    Host: John Daly
    Panelists: Bennett Cerf, Arlene Francis, Martin Gabel, Suzy Knickerbocker
    Original Broadcast: August 14, 1966 (CBS)

    Nancy and John Daly (top); Suzy Knickerbocker, Bennett Cerf and Nancy (bottom)


    Hippodrome
    Nancy, Eddie Albert (host), Paul & Barry Ryan
    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" and "Bang Bang"
    Season 1, Episode 10
    Original U.S. Broadcast: September 6, 1966 (CBS)
    U.K. Broadcast: November 24, 1966 (ITV)



    Class Of '67
    Nancy, George Hamilton, Peter Nero, Burns & Schreiber, Hullabaloo dancer Lada Edmund, Jr., The Doodletown Pipers, Don Adams
    Nancy: “As Time Goes By” (studio version eventually released on Shifting Gears)
    College campus-themed musical revue
    Original Broadcast: September 10, 1966 (NBC)



    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Judith Anderson & Donald Davis, James Brown, Stan Freberg, Arthur Haynes, Hendra & Ullett, Rich Little, Mrs. Miller, U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Team
    Nancy: "Strangers In The Night" and "Sugar Town"
    Season 20, Episode 8
    Original Broadcast: October 30, 1966 (CBS)
    ("Sugar Town": iTunes audio)



    The Sacha Show (France)
    Nancy and Sacha Distel
    (Nancy's then-upcoming appearance on Sacha Distel's program was reported by Billboard, November 12, 1966.)
    Original Broadcast: November 16, 1966

    Der Goldene Schuß [The Golden Shot] (West Germany)
    (Nancy's appearance on this program was reported by the December 17, 1966 issue of Billboard.)
    Original Broadcast: December 1, 1966

    Frank Sinatra: A Man And His Music, Part II
    Nancy: "Bang, Bang," "On Broadway," “My Dad (My Pa)” (studio version released in 1969 on Nancy [Twelve Ways])
    Nancy & Frank: "Yes Sir, That's My Baby / Yes Sir, That’s My Daddy," Medley: "Downtown” and "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Original Broadcast: December 7, 1966 (CBS)
    Repeat Broadcast: April 3, 1967 (CBS)
    (VHS and DVD)



    The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
    "The Take Me To Your Leader Affair"

    Nancy as Coco Cool
    Robert Vaughn
    David McCallum
    Leo G. Carroll
    Woodrow Parfrey
    Paul Lambert
    Whitney Blake

    Nancy & David McCallum briefly sing the David McCallum composition "Trouble"
    Season 3, Episode 16
    Original Broadcast: December 30, 1966 (NBC)
    (VHS, Laserdisc and DVD)

    David McCallum, Nancy and Robert Vaughn
    Last edited by AndrewT; 08-13-2018 at 09:43 AM. Reason: Added Academy Awards 1954 reference.
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  6. #6

    1967

    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, George Campo, Charo, Clair & McMahon, Xavier Cugat, Barbara McNair, Corbett Monica, Pinky & Perky, Los Romeros, The Steel Bandits, Henny Youngman
    Nancy: "My Buddy" and "Sweet Georgia Brown"
    Season 20, Episode 25
    Original Broadcast: February 26, 1967 (CBS)

    "My Buddy"


    "Sweet Georgia Brown"


    CBS News Special Report: Morley Safer's Vietnam: A Personal Report
    According to the Library of Congress Motion Picture and Television Reading Room: "Safer offers his personal impressions after two years covering the Vietnam War."
    Nancy appears in concert footage performing "These Boots Are Made For Walkin.'"
    Original Broadcast: April 4, 1967 (CBS)

    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Lee Hazlewood, Count Basie, Tony Bennett, Totie Fields, Peter Gennaro, Hendra & Ullett, Los Indio Tabajaras, AlanKogosowski, The Mecners, Kathrin King Segal
    Nancy: "Love Eyes"
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "Summer Wine"
    Season 20, Episode 32
    Original Broadcast: April 16, 1967 (CBS)
    Repeat Broadcast: July 9, 1967 (CBS)



    "Love Eyes"


    Following the performance of "Summer Wine"


    The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
    Guests: Nancy, Frankie, Dom DeLuise, Jennifer Warnes
    Nancy: "I Get Along Without You Very Well"
    Nancy with Dick Smothers: "Love's Like Wine"
    Nancy & Frankie with The Smothers Brothers: "Somethin' Stupid"
    Season 1, Episode 12
    Original Broadcast: April 30, 1967 (CBS)
    Repeat Broadcast: April 21, 1968 (CBS)

    "Somethin' Stupid"


    Mondo Hollywood [Documentary Film]
    Nancy and Michael Caine appear in archive footage, arriving at the premiere of The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (December 1965). Nancy also comments on show business in a brief audio clip.
    Releases: U.S.: July 1967
    France: September 7, 2005 (L'Etrange Festival) (director's cut)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    I was lucky enough to have one date with Michael, a set up by Paramount Studio's PR. He was totally charming and adorably funny.


    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Peggy Lee, Sergio Franchi, George Carlin, The Gimma Brothers, The Harvest Moon Champions, London Lee, Richardi
    Nancy: "Until It's Time For You To Go"
    Nancy, Peggy Lee and Sergio Franchi: Medley: "One Of Those Songs" (Peggy, Sergio, Nancy) / "Why Don't You Do Right" (Nancy) / "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" (Sergio) / "Al Di La" (Peggy) / "Autumn Leaves" (Sergio) / "Where Or When" (Nancy) / "I Concentrate On You" (Peggy) / "Milord" (Peggy, Sergio, Nancy)
    Season 21, Episode 4
    Original Broadcast: October 1, 1967 (CBS)



    Off To See The Wizard
    "Who's Afraid Of Mother Goose?"

    Nancy as Jill
    Frankie Avalon as Jack
    Fred Clark
    Peter Gennaro
    Margaret Hamilton
    Steve Martin
    Maureen O'Hara
    Dan Rowan & Dick Martin
    Dick Shawn
    The Three Stooges: Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe DeRita

    Songs...

    "After The Fall"
    "I'm A Music Lover"
    "Mother Goose March"
    "Put A Penny By"
    "Where Was I"
    "Who's Afraid Of Mother Goose"

    Original Broadcast: October 13, 1967 (ABC)
    Repeat Broadcast: April 5, 1968 (ABC)



    Movin' With Nancy
    Nancy's Emmy-winning first television special.
    Produced and directed by Jack Haley, Jr.

    "Starring Nancy Sinatra
    With Her Guests: Dean Martin, Lee Hazlewood, David Winters
    Special Guest Stars: Sammy Davis, Jr., Frank Sinatra, Jr. And Daddy"



    Nancy: "I Gotta Get Out Of This Town"
    RC Cola Spot featuring Art Linkletter and Nancy
    Nancy: "Up, Up And Away"
    Nancy: "Sugar Town"
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "Some Velvet Morning"
    RC Cola Spot featuring Robie Porter
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "Jackson"
    Nancy: "This Town"
    Dean Martin: "Just Bummin' Around"
    Nancy & Dean Martin: "Things"
    RC Cola Spot featuring Dino, Desi & Billy
    Nancy with Sammy Davis, Jr.: "What'd I Say?"
    Nancy: "Wait Till You See Him"
    Frank: "Younger Than Springtime"
    RC Cola Spot featuring Nancy
    Nancy: "Friday's Child"
    Nancy: "See The Little Children"
    Nancy: "Who Will Buy?"
    RC Cola Spot featuring Art Linkletter
    End Credits

    Original Broadcast: December 11, 1967 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: April 15, 1968 (NBC)

    (VHS and DVD)



    The Dean Martin Christmas Show
    "Christmas With The Martins And The Sinatras" featuring Frank, Nancy, Frankie and Tina

    Dean & Frank: "A Marshmallow World"
    Gail Martin, Nancy and dancers, backed by Jack Halloran's Choir: "Ding Dong" / "It's A Most Unusual Day"
    Gail Martin: "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"
    Nancy: "These Boots Were Made For Santa"
    Gail Martin & Nancy: "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" (reprise)
    Dean, Frank, Gail and Nancy: Medley: "We Wish You The Merriest" / "More I Cannot Wish You"
    Dean, Frank, Dean-Paul Martin, Frankie: "How Do You Talk To Your Dad?"
    Dean, Frank, Deana Martin and Tina: "Do, Re, Mi"
    Dean: "I'll Be Home For Christmas"
    Dean & Frank: Medley: "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" / "Too Marvelous For Words" / "Pennies From Heaven" / "A Foggy Day" / "Embraceable You" / "The Lady Is A Tramp" / "Where Or When" / "I've Got The World On A String" / "Oh Marie" / "All Of Me" / "When You're Smiling"
    Finale Medley:
    Entire Cast: "(There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays"
    Nancy, Dean-Paul, Frankie & Gail: "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow"
    Nancy, Tina, Deana, Claudia Martin, Gina Martin: "The Christmas Song"
    Dean & Gail: "White Christmas"
    Frank: "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"
    Entire Cast: "Deck The Halls" / "O Little Town Of Bethlehem" / "Joy To The World"
    Frank, Dean & Entire Cast: "Silent Night"

    Original Broadcast: December 21, 1967 (NBC)

    "We Wish You The Merriest" / "More I Cannot Wish You"


    Lionpower From MGM
    An MGM short that was shown to distributors and exhibitors to promote upcoming releases for 1967-68.
    Nancy as Susan Jacks in Speedway (archive footage) (uncredited)
    Nancy & Elvis: "There Ain't Nothing Like A Song" (excerpt)
    1967

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  7. #7

    1968

    An Evening Of Italian Television
    Distributed to National Educational Television (now known as PBS) during 1968, this 3-hour special was broadcast by stations WMHT (Schenectady, NY) on January 23rd and WQED (Pittsburgh, PA) on May 19th, among other affiliates. It includes Nancy's 1966 appearance on the TV series Studio Uno in Italy.
    Broadcast: 1968 (NET)



    Schenectady Gazette: January 22, 1968


    The Jonathan Winters Show
    Nancy, Fess Parker, Abby Dalton, The Young Saints
    Nancy: "Cryin' Time" and "Mama Goes Where Papa Goes" (with Don Crichton)
    Season 1, Episode 5
    Original Broadcast: January 24, 1968 (CBS)

    Nancy and Don Crichton are shown in a CBS press release photo from "Mama Goes Where Papa Goes."


    The 1968 Hollywood Stars Of Tomorrow Awards
    Nancy receives the award for best television special, Movin' With Nancy.
    Broadcast: January 27, 1968 (ABC)



    25th Annual Golden Globe Awards
    One-hour special hosted by Andy Williams
    Nancy is nominated for Most Popular Female Television Personality (Movin' With Nancy).
    Broadcast: February 12, 1968 (NBC)



    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
    Guests: Nancy, Liberace
    Original Broadcast: February 12, 1968 (NBC)

    Two-and-a-half hours after the Golden Globe Awards had aired on NBC, Nancy was a guest on The Tonight Show from Burbank.
    At the time, the talk show was based in New York City.

    Ed McMahon, Nancy and Johnny Carson


    The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
    Guests: Nancy, Frankie, Pat Paulsen
    Nancy: "More Than You Know"
    Nancy & Frankie: "A Bicycle Built For Two"
    Season 2, Episode 23
    Original Broadcast: February 18, 1968 (CBS)



    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Lee Hazlewood, Charlie Cairoli, George Carlin, Jimmy Dean, Dominique, Louis & Christy, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Spanky & Our Gang
    Nancy: "100 Years"
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "Storybook Children"
    Season 21, Episode 29
    Original Broadcast: March 24, 1968 (CBS)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 30, 1968 (CBS)

    "Storybook Children"


    The Hollywood Palace
    Nancy, Lee Hazlewood, Don Adams (host), Kaye Ballard, Joey Forman, Hal Frazier, The King Family, Jerry Quarry and his sister, Dianna Quarry
    Nancy: "100 Years"
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"
    Season 5, Episode 27
    Original Broadcast: April 6, 1968 (ABC)
    Repeat Broadcast: September 21, 1968 (ABC)

    "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"


    The Joey Bishop Show
    Guest host: Corbett Monica
    Guests: Nancy, Mahalia Jackson, Tommy Leonetti, Rodney Dangerfield
    Season 2, Episode 146
    Original Broadcast: April 12, 1968 (ABC)

    Movin' With Nancy [Rerun]
    Second Broadcast: April 15, 1968 (NBC)



    The 20th Annual [Primetime] Emmy Awards
    Jack Haley, Jr. receives the Emmy for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Music for Movin' With Nancy.
    Broadcast: May 19, 1968 (NBC)



    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, Tony Bennett (in audience), Mike Douglas, Hendra & Ullett, Jim Henson (with The Muppets), Scoey Mitchell, Bobby Ramsen, Spanky & Our Gang, Lucero Tena, The Trio Rennos
    Nancy: "Sock It To Me Sunshine" and "This Girl's In Love With You"
    Season 21, Episode 37
    Original Broadcast: May 26, 1968 (CBS)
    (“Sock It To Me Sunshine” and "This Girl's In Love With You": iTunes video)

    "Sock It To Me Sunshine"


    Speedway [Movie]
    Nancy sings "Your Groovy Self"
    Nancy & Elvis Presley sing "There Ain't Nothing Like A Song"


    Nancy as Susan Jacks
    Elvis Presley
    Bill Bixby
    Gale Gordon
    William Schallert
    Victoria Paige Meyerink
    Ross Hagen
    Carl Ballantine

    U.S. Release: June 1968
    (Beta, VHS, Laserdisc and DVD)



    Special Mention: Robert Wise-Tom Laughlin "Semi-Documentary"
    In June 1968, Reuters and Associated Press reported that producer-director Robert Wise and actor Tom Laughlin had announced a non-profit film cooperative venture, in which they planned to make a semi-documentary about "race, poverty and other social problems." Nancy was mentioned as a potential participant in a roundtable discussion and on-location filming. However, the movie would never be produced.





    The Summer Brothers Smothers Show (Hosted by Glen Campbell)
    Nancy, Glen Campbell, Smothers Brothers, Pat Paulsen
    Nancy: "Happy"
    Nancy & Glen Campbell:"By The Time I Get To Phoenix" (Glen) / "I Say A Little Prayer" (Nancy)
    Nancy, Glen, Tom and Dick Smothers perform a dramatization of "She's Leaving Home," as well as "Squares Make The World Go Round" which bookends the "Unsquare Dance" performance.
    Season 1, Episode 1
    Original Broadcast: June 23, 1968 (CBS)

    "Squares Make The World Go 'Round"


    The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
    Nancy, The Beatles, Aaron Williams
    Nancy: "It's Such A Lonely Time Of Year"
    Nancy with Tommy Smothers: "When I Was A Cowboy"
    Season 3, Episode 2
    Original Broadcast: October 6, 1968 (CBS)

    "It's Such A Lonely Time Of Year"


    Special Mention: The Jackie Gleason Show
    The September 17, 1968 issue of The Pittsburgh Press, as well as the May 11, 1968 Billboard magazine, reported that Nancy and Frankie were among the guests scheduled for the upcoming season of Jackie Gleason's CBS variety program. However, Nancy apparently never appeared on the series. Frankie, along with Orson Bean and Victor Borge, would guest on the April 5, 1969 episode.


    Nancy's "Bootique" fan club newsletter, in its "Comin' Your Way" section, stated that she was scheduled to guest on the November 2nd episode of The Jackie Gleason Show, to be taped in Miami in early October.



    ABC's Election Eve Humphrey-Muskie Telethon
    Among a panel of approximately forty celebrities, Nancy relays telephoned questions to presidential candidate Vice President Hubert Humphrey.
    Original Broadcast: November 4, 1968 (ABC)

    Sonny Bono, Edie Adams, Paul Newman (host), Herb Alpert and Nancy


    NBC Tuesday Night At The Movies: For Those Who Think Young
    December 17, 1968 (NBC)



    The Dean Martin Christmas Show
    As part of a celebrity montage announcing the delivery of toys to various children's hospitals and orphanages, Nancy mentions The Angel's Haven in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
    Season 4, Episode 14
    Original Broadcast: December 19, 1968 (NBC)
    (DVD)

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  8. #8

    1969

    Kraft Music Hall: The Nancy Sinatra Show
    Nancy, Don Ho, Rod McKuen, Sandler & Young, and Pat Henry
    Songs include…
    Nancy: “Good Time Girl,” "It's So Nice To Have A Man Around The House"
    Nancy & Rod McKuen: “Kaleidoscope”
    Season 11, Episode 11
    Original Broadcast: January 8, 1969 (NBC)


    St. Petersburg Independent: January 8, 1969


    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    Cameo appearances by Frank Sinatra (on film), The Smothers Brothers, Guy Lombardo and George Gobel. Plus a film segment of Rowan & Martin with Richard Nixon.
    Nancy plays a nudist camp member and one of a quartet of singing meter maids, among other characters.
    Nancy, Chelsea Brown, Ruth Buzzi, Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn, Jo Anne Worley: "What's The News"
    Nancy, Chelsea Brown, Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn: "The Meter Maid Song"
    Nancy, Henry Gibson, Ruth Buzzi, Dave Madden, Jo Anne Worley, Alan Sues, Judy Carne, Chelsea Brown, Goldie Hawn, JJ Barry, Arte Johnson: "Law And Order, We Love You"
    Season 2, Episode 16
    Original Broadcast: January 20, 1969 (NBC)
    (DVD)



    Special Mention: Turn-On
    On February 5, 1969, Laugh-In producer George Schlatter's cutting-edge comedy-variety series Turn-On debuted on ABC. It would be its only broadcast. A few days later, a UPI story reporting the program's cancellation stated that Schlatter had indicated that Nancy would have been a guest on a future episode.



    Highlights Of The Ice Capades Of 1969
    Nancy, Jack Jones, Louis Nye
    Nancy: "Do I Hear A Waltz" and "Good Time Girl"
    Nancy & Jack: "Medley"
    Produced by Jack Haley, Jr.
    Original Broadcast: February, 16, 1969 (NBC)



    Chrysler Presents The Bob Hope Special
    Nancy, Cyd Charisse, Ray Charles, Jimmy Durante and Les Brown & His Band of Renown
    Nancy: "God Knows I Love You" and "Gunslinger" (in a sketch with Bob Hope)
    Season 19, Episode 8
    Original Broadcast: March 19, 1969 (NBC)

    "Gunslinger"


    The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour
    Nancy, Al Martino, John Hartford, Tim Conway
    Nancy: "Son Of A Preacher Man"
    Nancy & Glen Campbell: Medley: "Memories" (Nancy) / "I'll Remember You" (Glen) and "Until It's Time For You To Go" (Nancy & Glen)
    Season 1, Episode 11
    Original Broadcast: April 16, 1969 (CBS)
    ("Son Of A Preacher Man": DVD)



    The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
    Nancy hums “The Smothers Brothers Theme” on the final episode of their 1960s CBS variety series.
    Original Broadcast: April 20, 1969 (CBS)
    Season 3, Episode 25
    (DVD)



    The Best On Record
    This special is the edited, broadcast version of The 11th Annual Grammy Awards.
    Nancy introduces the winner of the Best Contemporary Pop Performance Instrumental Theme - "Classical Gas" by Mason Williams.
    The presentation was held on March 12, 1969.
    Original Broadcast: May 5, 1969 (NBC)

    Romeo Und Julia 70 [TV Mini-Series] (West Germany)
    Tina Sinatra as Julia Smith
    Numerous sources credit Nancy and Frank, and several other artists (Connie Stevens, Nelson Riddle, Dionne Warwick…), with appearances in the production.
    May 14, 1969
    Source: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0855599/...=tt_cl_sm#cast

    Frank Sinatra, Jr. With Family And Friends
    Nancy, Frankie, Frank, Jack Benny, Sammy Davis, Jr., Arte Johnson, Jack E. Leonard, Doodletown Pipers
    Nancy: "Light My Fire"
    Produced by Jack Haley, Jr.
    Original Broadcast: October 19, 1969 (CBS)



    The Andy Williams Show
    Nancy, Tiny Tim, The Osmonds, Bob Newhart, Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
    Nancy: "The Highway Song"
    Nancy & Tiny Tim (with Bob Newhart and Andy Williams):"The Thank You Song"
    Nancy & The Osmonds: "Jackson"
    Original Broadcast: October 25, 1969 (NBC)

    "The Highway Song"


    Jack Benny's New Look
    Nancy, George Burns, Gregory Peck, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
    Nancy: "The Best Is Yet To Come" and "Here, There And Everywhere"
    Nancy & Gary Puckett: "Spinning Wheel"
    Original Broadcast: December 3, 1969 (NBC)
    (DVD)



    NBC Monday Night At The Movies: For Those Who Think Young
    One week prior to Nancy's second appearance on Laugh-In, NBC broadcast her first movie.
    December 22, 1969 (NBC)

    NBC Press Release: "Young Lovers"


    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    Cameo appearances by Frank Sinatra Jr., Ed McMahon and Guy Lombardo
    Nancy & The Cast: "Looks Like We Made It Through The '60s," "What's The News" and "What A Party, A Whoopee Party"
    Nancy & Arte Johnson: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Season 3, Episode 15
    Original Broadcast: December 29, 1969 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: April 13, 1970 (NBC)
    (VHS and DVD)

    Promoting the rerun: Schenectady Gazette: April 11, 1970
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  9. #9

    1970-1971

    Special Mention: The Thirty-First Of June
    In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Nancy held the film option for J.B. Priestley's novel The Thirty-First Of June. Nancy hoped to play the heroine in this musical fantasy, which she envisioned as a hybrid of live action and animated elements.



    The Many Moods Of Perry Como
    Nancy, Bob Hope, Bobby Sherman, Flip Wilson
    Perry introduces Nancy with a few bars of “Nancy (With The Laughing Face)”
    Nancy: "Don't Look At Me That Way"
    Nancy & Perry: "Funiculì, Funiculà"
    Taped: January 18-20, 1970
    Original Broadcast: February 22, 1970 (NBC)



    The Ed Sullivan Show
    Nancy, The Rutgers University Marching Band, Rodney Dangerfield, Jim Henson (with The Muppets), Liberace (in audience), Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Horne, Bobby Vinton, Irwin C. Watson, Wayne & Shuster
    Nancy & the Rutgers University Marching Band: "I Love Them All (The Boys In The Band)"
    Nancy: "California Dreamin'" (eventually released on Sheet Music and California Girl)
    Season 23, Episode 23
    Original Broadcast: March 8, 1970 (CBS)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 28, 1970 (CBS)

    Regarding the performance of "I Love Them All (The Boys In The Band)":


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    Actually it went from a parklike setting with a gazebo and string quartet, to a marching band. It was quite a production. The idea was to make the innocence play against the lyrics of the song.


    "I Love Them All (The Boys In The Band)" (Gazebo)


    "California Dreamin'"


    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    This episode, featuring special guest Milton Berle, contains uncredited cameo appearances by Nancy derived from outtakes of her December 29, 1969 episode. Additional cameos by Buddy Hackett, Edgar Bergen and Mickey Rooney.
    Season 3, Episode 25
    Original Broadcast: March 9, 1970 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 1, 1970 (NBC)
    (DVD)

    Arte Johnson and Nancy


    The David Frost Show
    Nancy, Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Phil Ochs
    Original Broadcast: May 13, 1970 (Syndicated)

    Special Mention: KCET-TV Second Annual Fundraising Auction
    A pair of Nancy's boots are among the donated items in the week-long televised auction held by educational, noncommercial station KCET, Channel 28 (Los Angeles).
    Broadcast: May 31 to June 6, 1970 (KCET, Los Angeles)



    NBC Saturday Night At The Movies: For Those Who Think Young
    June 6, 1970 (NBC)



    The Virginian [Series Highlights Rerun]
    In an unusual programming move, NBC reruns Nancy's February 13, 1963 episode of The Virginian, "If You Have Tears," seven years after its initial broadcast.
    (Nancy and Doug McClure are pictured below.)
    Second Repeat Broadcast: June 24, 1970 (NBC)



    The Smothers Brothers Summer Show
    Nancy, Harry Nilsson, Bobby Stevens and The Checkmates, Ted Mack, Spencer Quinn, and baton twirling champion Natalie Brown
    Nancy: "Something" (studio version eventually released on Sheet Music and Shifting Gears) and "Without Him"
    Nancy with Tommy Smothers: "Love Story [aka You And Me]"
    Original Broadcast: July 8, 1970 (ABC)



    Special Mention: The Vendors
    Nancy graciously allowed her friend Bobby Darin to shoot his self-produced movie, The Vendors, in her house in 1970. Written, directed and musically scored by Bobby, the film, which stars Mariette Hartley, Gary Wood, Richard Bakalyan and Dick Lord, has never been released. However, the September 12, 1970 issue of Billboard reported that The Vendors had been “screened the day before he opened his [then-] current engagement at the Landmark Hotel [in Las Vegas].”


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    I pretty much moved out for the time they were shooting because there were so many cables and lights and the like that I couldn't get to the kitchen!


    This Is Tom Jones
    Nancy, Glen Campbell, Jerry Lee Lewis
    Nancy: "Holly Holy" (studio version eventually released on Shifting Gears)
    Nancy & Tom: "We've Only Just Begun"
    Nancy, Tom & Glen Campbell: "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
    Season 3, Episode 6
    Original Broadcast: October 30, 1970 (ABC)

    "Sunday Morning Coming Down"


    Special Mention: Make Room For Granddaddy
    "A Hamburger For Frank"

    FS guest starred as himself on this 1970 revival of the The Danny Thomas Show, aka Make Room For Daddy (1953-1964). Although they are not seen or heard in this episode, Nancy and Tina play pivotal referential roles in a telephone call and a visit with their dad and his houseguest, Danny Williams (Danny Thomas). Danny attempts to assuage his wife Kathy's concerns that he has been introduced to a "playboy" lifestyle. But when he describes the sedate evening, she does not believe him.

    Danny to Kathy (Marjorie Lord):

    "[Nancy and Tina] came over. We talked for awhile, we played a little gin rummy. Then we watched the late show on television. And that was the great big ball I had at Sinatra's pad."
    Original Broadcast: November 18, 1970 (ABC)
    Repeat Broadcast: August 26, 1971 (ABC)



    CBS Friday Night Movie: Marriage On The Rocks
    January 15, 1971 (CBS)

    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
    Guests: Nancy, Bob Newhart, Albert Brooks, Edwin Hawkins Singers, Busch Gardens Birds
    Original Broadcast: February 10, 1971 (NBC)





    The 13th Annual Grammy Awards
    On the first live telecast of the Grammy Awards, Nancy and Bobby Sherman present the Grammy for Best Contemporary Female Vocal to Dionne Warwick.
    Broadcast from the Hollywood Palladium: March 16, 1971 (ABC)



    Ed Sullivan Presents Movin' With Nancy, On Stage
    Taped highlights of Nancy's 1970 Las Vegas nightclub act at Caesars Palace.
    Nancy, The Osmond Brothers, The Blossoms, Billy Strange, Hal Blaine
    Executive Producer: Robert H. Precht; Producer: Hugh Lambert; Director: John Moffitt; Musical Director: Billy Strange


    Nancy: These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
    Nancy: All By Myself
    Nancy featuring Hal Blaine: Drummer Man (brief excerpt in the 2015 Wrecking Crew documentary)
    Nancy: As Time Goes By (studio version eventually released on Shifting Gears)
    Nancy: We Need A Little Christmas (studio version eventually released on Shifting Gears)
    Nancy: Holly Holy (studio version eventually released on Shifting Gears)
    Nancy: Draw Me A Circle
    The Osmonds: Without You Babe, Yes I Will, Close To You, That's Life (including Jimmy Osmond)
    The Blossoms: Get Ready, The New Lowdown
    Nancy & The Osmonds: San Francisco (Nancy's studio version eventually released on California Girl)
    Nancy, The Osmonds & The Blossoms: Easy Come, Easy Go; Summertime Is Summertime
    Nancy, Billy Strange & The Blossoms: What'd I Say
    Nancy & Donny Osmond: Teach Me How To Dance (brief excerpt on the April 9, 1999 episode of the Donny & Marie talk show)

    Original Broadcast: April 4, 1971 (CBS)



    The 43rd Annual Academy Awards
    Nancy and Hugh Lambert appear in the audience on the broadcast, as FS delivers his acceptance speech for a special Oscar, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.
    Broadcast from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion: April 15, 1971 (NBC)



    Movin' With Nancy, Nice 'n' Easy
    Nancy's third MWN special was an adaptation of her June and July 1971 shows at the International Hotel in Las Vegas. Production at NBC Burbank Studios in 1971 was not completed.

    Nancy: "Nice 'n' Easy"
    Nancy: "Ain't No Sunshine" (studio version released as the B-side of the 1973 Sugar Me single)
    Nancy: "I Feel The Earth Move"
    The Muppets: "Hugga Wugga Buggy Mugger"
    Hugh Lambert, Sugar Ray Robinson & Frankie: "Watch Your Footwork"
    Nancy & Frankie: "Young At Heart"
    Nancy: "Who?"
    Nancy & The Muppets: "Mahna Mahna"
    The Muppets: "Brotherhood Of Frog"
    Nancy & The Muppets: "Fortuosity"
    Hugh Lambert & Frankie: "Well Did You Evah?"
    Nancy: "I'm Flying"
    Frankie: "Spice"
    Nancy: "Do I Hear A Waltz"
    Nancy: "I'm Not Afraid"
    Nancy: "Draw Me A Circle"

    The menu from the "Nancy '71" show at the International Hotel features a drawing of the show's cast, including Muppet Thog.


    NBC Monday Night At The Movies: Speedway
    October 4, 1971 (NBC)

    NBC Press Release: "At-Tired For Sleep"


    CBS Sunday Night Movie: Marriage On The Rocks
    November 7, 1971 (CBS)
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  10. #10

    1972-1973

    NBC Friday Night At The Movies: Speedway
    March 3, 1972 (NBC)

    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
    Guests: Nancy, Lee Hazlewood, Jerzy Kosinski, Simon Argevitch, George Gobel
    Original Broadcast: June 2, 1972 (NBC)



    'Ask Hubert' Telethon
    On the eve of California's Democratic presidential primary, Nancy participates in a Hubert Humphrey telethon.
    Nancy, Janet Leigh, Jackie Cooper, Patty Duke answer phones.
    Original Broadcast: June 5, 1972 (local broadcast)



    The Merv Griffin Show
    Nancy & Hugh Lambert, Patty Duke & John Astin, Jackie & Hazel Vernon
    June 13, 1972 (Syndicated)



    Special Mention: The Dean Martin Show [1972 Christmas Episode]
    In October 1972, there were reports that Nancy was scheduled to perform (with a back-projected photo montage) on the upcoming Christmas episode of The Dean Martin Show. Nancy, along with Frank, Frankie and Tina, had guested on Dean's 1967 Christmas show. Nancy would not appear on the December 21, 1972 Christmas episode (featuring Glenn Ford and Lynn Anderson), but would eventually guest with William Conrad on that season's finale, first broadcast on April 12, 1973.



    Nancy And Lee In Las Vegas (Sweden)
    Starring: Nancy, Lee Hazlewood, Hugh Lambert
    Billy Strange & The Orchestra: Hal Blaine, Reinie Press, Don Randi, Al Casey, Donnie Owens, and the Voices of The Sweet Things
    Family and Friends: Nancy Sinatra, Sr., Shirley Erwin, Lena Edling

    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'," "Blondes," “Machine Gun Kelly” (studio version clip; full version eventually released on The Essential Nancy Sinatra and Cherry Smiles)
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "Did You Ever," "Jackson," "Summer Wine" and "Arkansas Coal"; "Friendship Train" (studio version heard over the closing credits)
    Lee: “She’s Funny That Way”

    Filmed at the Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas in 1972
    Original Broadcast: January 13, 1973 (TV 1, Sweden)
    (VHS)



    The Bobby Darin Show
    Nancy, Redd Foxx, Seals & Crofts
    Nancy: "Button Up Your Overcoat" and "Find Out What's Happening"
    Nancy & Bobby Darin: "Light My Fire" and "My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is)"
    Episode 4
    Original Broadcast: February 9, 1973 (NBC)
    (Abridged version on DVD)

    "Light My Fire"


    The Dean Martin Show
    Nancy, William Conrad
    Nancy & Dean Martin: "Happy Medley" and "Where Or When"
    Nancy, Dean Martin & William Conrad: "Movies (Signature)" [Special material for the "Easter Parade" segment]
    Nancy & Nipsey Russell: "Snookey Ookums"
    Nancy & Dom DeLuise: "A Fella With An Umbrella"
    Season 8, Episode 28
    Original Broadcast: April 12, 1973 (NBC)
    Repeat Broadcast: July 12, 1973 (NBC)
    (Abridged version on DVD)

    "A Fella With An Umbrella"


    CBS Late Movie: Speedway
    CBS's weeknight movie timeslot, which aired opposite Johnny Carson's Tonight Show.
    First Late Night Network Broadcast of Speedway: May 4, 1973 (CBS)

    CBS Thursday Night Movie: The Last Of The Secret Agents?
    June 7, 1973 (CBS)

    From TV Guide's movie reviews page: June 2-8, 1973


    CBS Thursday Night Movie: The Last Of The Secret Agents?
    Repeat: August 16, 1973 (CBS)

    From TV Guide's movie reviews page: August 11-17, 1973


    The Merv Griffin Show
    Nancy, Karen Black, Wayne Rogers, Richard Thomas
    November 16, 1973 (Syndicated)



    The Hollywood Squares
    Nancy, Pearl Bailey, Charo, Richard Crenna, Ted Knight, Paul Lynde, Rose Marie, McLean Stevenson, Charley Weaver
    Host: Peter Marshall
    Season 8, Week 16
    Original Broadcast: December 17-21, 1973 (NBC)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 11-09-2015 at 08:55 AM. Reason: Added TV listing for the June 13, 1972 "Merv Griffin Show."
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  11. #11

    1974-1978

    CBS Late Movie: Speedway
    CBS's weeknight movie timeslot, which aired opposite Johnny Carson's Tonight Show.
    Second Late Night Network Broadcast of Speedway: February 1, 1974 (CBS)

    Dinah's Place
    Nancy, Sr., Nancy and Tina
    An expectant Nancy talks about her pregnancy, two months before AJ’s birth.
    Nancy & Dinah: “Multiplication”
    Original Broadcast: March 22, 1974 (NBC)



    The Hollywood Squares [Syndicated Nighttime Version]
    Nancy, Sammy Davis, Jr., Ernest Borgnine, Leslie Uggams, Harvey Korman, Joan Rivers, Rich Little, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde
    Host: Peter Marshall
    (Note: Exact broadcast date may vary by television market. The following date is derived from the episode's airing on WTEV Channel 6, New Bedford, MA/Providence, RI.)
    Broadcast: November 7, 1974 (Syndicated)



    The Hollywood Squares [Syndicated Nighttime Version]
    Nancy, Jill St. John, Ernest Borgnine, Leslie Uggams, Harvey Korman, Joan Rivers, Rich Little, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde
    Host: Peter Marshall
    (Note: Exact broadcast date may vary by television market. The following date is derived from the episode's airing on WTEV Channel 6, New Bedford, MA/Providence, RI.)
    Broadcast: November 19, 1974 (Syndicated)

    Tattletales
    Nancy & Hugh Lambert, Orson & Carolyn Bean, Robert & Sondra Blake
    Host: Bert Convy
    Season 2, Week 11
    Original Broadcast: Beginning November 19, 1974 (CBS)

    CBS Late Movie: Speedway
    CBS's weeknight movie timeslot, which aired opposite Johnny Carson's Tonight Show.
    Third Late Night Network Broadcast of Speedway: November 22, 1974 (CBS)

    TV Guide magazine ad for the November 22 broadcast.


    The Hollywood Squares [Syndicated Nighttime Version]
    Nancy, Jill St. John, Ernest Borgnine, Leslie Uggams, Harvey Korman, Joan Rivers, Rich Little, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde
    Host: Peter Marshall
    (Note: Exact broadcast date may vary by television market. The following date is derived from the episode's airing on WTEV Channel 6, New Bedford, MA/Providence, RI.)
    Broadcast: January 23, 1975 (Syndicated)



    Tattletales
    Nancy & Hugh Lambert, Milton & Ruth Berle, Glenn Ford & Cynthia Hayward
    Host: Bert Convy
    Season 2, Week 26
    Original Broadcast: Beginning March 4, 1975 (CBS)

    Tattletales
    Nancy & Hugh Lambert, Steve & Cris Forrest, Gene & Helen Rayburn
    Host: Bert Convy
    Season 2, Week 30
    Original Broadcast: Beginning April 1, 1975 (CBS)



    Dinah!
    Nancy & Hugh Lambert, Arte Johnson, Barry Newman, The Dramatics
    Nancy & Hugh: “Husbands And Wives”
    Nancy, Hugh & Arte: "Love Medley"
    Nancy: “Memphis”
    April 18, 1975 (Syndicated)



    CBS Late Movie: The Last Of The Secret Agents?
    CBS's weeknight movie timeslot, which aired opposite Johnny Carson's Tonight Show.
    July 8, 1975 (CBS)



    Dinah!
    Nancy, Lee Hazlewood, Mike Farrell, Don McLean, Fred Travalena, author George Schindler
    Nancy & Lee Hazlewood: "Indian Summer" and "Summer Wine"
    January 18, 1977 (Syndicated)



    The Big Event: Nashville Remembers Elvis On His Birthday
    Hosted by Jimmy Dean
    Nancy talks about Elvis’s movie career.
    Original Broadcast: January 8, 1978 (NBC)



    I Love You [Valentine's Day Special]
    Nancy & Frankie, Elaine & Tony Orlando, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.
    Comedy spots by Edgar Bergen & Mortimer Snerd, Muppets Big Bird & Oscar, Doc Severinsen, Ed McMahon, Jack Albertson & Gabriel Melgar, Paul Lynde, David Brenner, Don Rickles, Phyllis Diller
    Reflections on love by Telly Savalas, Angie Dickinson, Will Geer, Ernest Borgnine, John Ritter, Gavin MacLeod
    Nancy & Frankie: "Somethin' Stupid"
    Original Broadcast: February 14, 1978 (NBC)



    Special Mention: The Rockford Files


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    A funny thing happened at an audition for the Rockford Files. I bopped in wearing my pink "Jane Fonda for President" T-shirt and my faded blue jeans and they looked me over and said I was too young for the role, so I never got to work with James Garner.
    Last edited by AndrewT; 11-03-2015 at 04:35 PM. Reason: Added "CBS Late Movie: Speedway" (February 1 and November 22, 1974).
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  12. #12

    1980-1994

    Sinatra: The First 40 Years
    Nancy & Frankie perform a medley.
    Original Broadcast: January 3, 1980 (NBC)
    (DVD: Nancy and Frankie appear briefly on the DVD version)



    Elvis Remembered: Nashville To Hollywood
    Hosts: Barbara Mandrell and Larry Gatlin
    60-minute special edited from the 90-minute 1978 Nashville Remembers Elvis On His Birthday special. Nancy's interview appears on both versions.
    February 8, 1980 (NBC)

    TV Guide magazine ad: "A Special Evening On NBC"


    This Is Elvis [Movie]
    Nancy is shown in archive footage from the FS Timex: Welcome Home Elvis special and Speedway.
    U.S. Releases: April 3, 1981 (limited); April 4, 1981
    May 1, 2007 (re-release)
    (DVD)

    Country Top 20
    Beginning in the fall of 1981, Nancy was one of the co-hosts for a series of monthly specials featuring the latest hits in country music. Songs include...

    Nancy & co-host Mickey Gilley: "I Love A Rainy Night"


    Nancy & Steve Wariner: "Texas Cowboy Night"
    Nancy & Dancers: "(I'm Gonna) Put You Back On The Rack"
    Nancy & Mickey Gilley: "Some Days Are Diamonds"
    Nancy: "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"
    Nancy & co-host Johnny Lee: "On The Road Again"


    Nancy & Gail Davies: "Wish You Were Here"
    Nancy: "It's All I Can Do"
    Nancy & Johnny Lee: "Let It Be Me"

    Produced by Bob Banner (Solid Gold), the programs were taped at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas.
    Original Broadcasts: Fall 1981 (Syndicated)



    Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration Of The Performing Arts
    Nancy appears with AJ and Amanda in the audience, after Perry Como's performance of "Young At Heart" honoring FS.
    Original Broadcast: December 27, 1983 (CBS)



    L.A. Is My Lady [Video] - Frank Sinatra
    Nancy appears with AJ & Amanda and Rashida & Kidada Jones
    1984 (Music Video)



    Pepsi's Walk Thru Rock
    "Hard Rock"
    Pepsi's Walk Thru Rock, a national touring exhibition of rock memorabilia, includes audio/visual theatre presentations documenting the history of rock music. The "Hard Rock" program features a brief video clip of Nancy performing "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'."
    North America Schedule: September 1985-July 1986 (Touring Exhibit)



    Good Morning America
    Two-part interview
    Original Broadcast: November 11, 1985 (ABC)

    Hour Magazine
    Nancy interviews Frank (the first of two parts).
    Original Broadcast: November 11, 1985 (Syndicated)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 16, 1986 (Syndicated)

    Good Morning America
    Two-part interview (conclusion)
    Original Broadcast: November 12, 1985 (ABC)



    Hour Magazine
    Nancy interviews Frank (conclusion)
    Original Broadcast: November 12, 1985 (Syndicated)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 17, 1986 (Syndicated)



    Special Mention: Nancy's Collaboration With Glen Larson


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    When I first met Glen he was with The Four Preps and they came to my highschool, Unihi, to entertain at an assembly. That was a little before Gidget, the movie, came out that starred Jimmy Darren and Sandra Dee. My girlfriends fell in love with all the guys in the group and several years later, Glen and I collaborated on a pilot script for television that was never made. He was producing Magnum, P.I. at Universal then. He was a dear man and I loved him very much.


    Mid-Morning L.A.
    Hosted by Meredith MacRae
    Original Broadcast: January 28, 1986 (KHJ-TV, Los Angeles)

    Hour Magazine
    Nancy, Tina, Mike Wallace, Bob Cummings
    Original Broadcast: November 3, 1986 (Syndicated)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 1, 1987 (Syndicated)

    Gary Collins and Nancy interview Bob Cummings


    Hour Magazine
    Nancy, Dennis Day, Morley Safer, Jose Eber, Alexandra Costa
    Original Broadcast: November 4, 1986 (Syndicated)
    Repeat Broadcast: June 2, 1987 (Syndicated)

    PM Magazine
    Nancy is interviewed.
    November 19, 1986 (Syndicated)



    Evening Magazine
    November 24, 1986 (Syndicated)

    VH-1 Nouveaux Clip Rotation
    Music video channel VH-1, in conjunction with Rhino Records, begins airing Nancy's Color-Sonics film of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" eight times daily in its Nouveaux Video rotation.
    Beginning: March 21, 1988 (VH-1)



    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy is interviewed regarding her appearance on China Beach.
    Original Broadcast: June 7, 1988 (Syndicated)



    China Beach
    "Chao Ong" - Nancy as Herself
    Nancy: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Season 1, Episode 6
    Original Broadcast: June 8, 1988 (ABC)
    (DVD)



    Hour Magazine
    Nancy, Nancy Sr., Michael Bolton
    Original Broadcast: July 5, 1988 (Syndicated)



    STN Shop Television Network
    On this televised home shopping program, Nancy is interviewed by Bob Braun in a promotional appearance for her 1985 book, Frank Sinatra, My Father.


    Songwriter Sammy Cahn talks with Nancy and Bob Braun via telephone.


    Original Broadcast: 1988 (STN)


    The Joan Rivers Show
    Actresses who appeared in films with Elvis Presley: Nancy (via satellite), Sue Ane Langdon, Mary Ann Mobley, Stella Stevens
    Original Broadcast: November 14, 1991 (Syndicated)
    Repeat Broadcast: March 10, 1992 (Syndicated)



    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Past Christmas Present
    Nancy: cameo appearance (on tape)
    Original Broadcast December 2, 1993 (NBC)

    More Of The Best Of The Hollywood Palace
    Hosted by Suzanne Somers, this special showcases performers who appeared on the variety series The Hollywood Palace, which aired on ABC from 1964 to 1970. Also included are never-before-seen outtakes.
    May 11, 1993 (ABC)



    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy discusses raising her daughters. The upcoming One More Time album would be released the following April.
    October 27, 1994 (Syndicated)



    Sinatra Duets
    An excerpt of Frank & Nancy's duet of "Yes Sir, That's My Baby / Yes Sir, That’s My Daddy" from A Man And His Music, Part II is included in this FS special of electronic duets "videos" and clips of duets from vintage TV broadcasts.
    November 25, 1994 (CBS)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 06-15-2019 at 07:51 PM. Reason: Added image of Nancy, AJ and Amanda in the audience during the "Kennedy Center Honors" broadcast.
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  13. #13

    1995

    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy discusses her Playboy pictorial and the One More Time CD. During the end credits of this episode, Nancy is shown rehearsing "Sugar Town" with her band in 1995.
    Original Broadcast: April 5, 1995 (Syndicated)



    The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
    Guests: Nancy, Orlando Brown
    Nancy & The KAB: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" and "One More Time"
    Original Broadcast: April 7, 1995 (NBC)



    The Jon Stewart Show
    Guests: Nancy, Pauly Shore, Adrian Pasdar, rock group Satchel
    Features a humorous clip of Jon Stewart as a dancer edited into the Color-Sonics film of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Original Broadcast: April 10, 1995 (Syndicated)



    Live From Queens
    Original Broadcast: April 11, 1995 (Lifetime)

    Live At Five
    Original Broadcast: April 11, 1995 (WNBC, New York)

    Charles Grodin
    Original Broadcast: April 11, 1995 (CNBC)

    Late Night With Conan O'Brien
    Guests: Nancy, Craig Sheffer, Morphine
    Original Broadcast: April 12, 1995 (NBC)



    Dateline NBC
    Nancy is interviewed by Bob Costas.
    Original Broadcast: April 14, 1995 (NBC)

    Howard Stern
    Original Broadcast: April 14, 1995

    Geraldo
    Nancy appears with Frank Livolsi, Beth Ansley, Diane Sappenfield and Amy Greene
    Original Broadcast: April 17, 1995 (Syndicated)



    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy is interviewed backstage during a segment documenting her April 19 debut at The House of Blues in L.A.
    Nancy: “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?” (excerpt) and “Sugar Town” (excerpt)
    Original Broadcast: April 20, 1995 (Syndicated)



    Larry King Live
    Original Broadcast: April 20, 1995 (CNN)

    WLVI-TV 10:00 PM News
    Segments from Nancy's appearances at Tower Records and Mama Kin, taped earlier that day in Boston, are aired during the late night local news.
    Nancy discusses the "One More Time" tour.
    May 4, 1995 (WLVI-TV, Boston)

    WBZ-TV 11:00 PM News
    Segments from an interview with Nancy and a clip from the concert at Mama Kin, taped earlier that day in Boston, are aired during the late night local news.
    Nancy discusses the "One More Time" tour and the Playboy pictorial.
    May 4, 1995 (WBZ-TV, Boston)



    Live With Regis And Kathie Lee
    Nancy, John Raitt, Bonnie Raitt, Sharon Lawrence
    Season 8, Episode 38
    Original Broadcast: October 25, 1995 (Syndicated)

    Pebble Mill (UK)
    Nancy, Mel Tormé, Lorna Luft
    Show #670
    Original Broadcast: December 6, 1995 (BBC One)

    Larry King Weekend
    Nancy discusses her book Frank Sinatra: An American Legend.
    Original Broadcast: December 9, 1995 (CNN)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 03-23-2019 at 01:30 PM. Reason: Added WLVI-TV Boston 10:00 PM News.
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  14. #14

    1996-1999

    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy's memorabilia donation of her boots to the Hard Rock Cafe in Beverly Hills on March 12, 1996.
    Archive footage was employed for Through The Decades time capsule salute to "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'," (February 26, 2018).
    March 1996 (Syndicated)



    ABC World News Now
    Featured in ABC's overnight news program as part of "World News Then," segments from the November 4, 1968 presidential election eve Hubert Humphrey-Edmund Muskie telethon, in which Nancy relays a viewer’s question to Humphrey, are re-broadcast.
    April 5, 1996 (ABC)



    Shangri-La [Video] - The Rutles
    Nancy appears as a member of the celebrity chorus, which was assembled to sing along with the song's lengthy fade-out.
    The music video was shot on September 3, 1996 at Sony Music Studios in New York and on September 9, 1996 at Virgin Records in Los Angeles.
    1996 (Music Video)

    Nancy and Graham Nash


    Turning Point
    “Sinatra at 81: The Man Behind the Legend"
    Hosted by Judd Rose
    Nancy is interviewed
    Original Broadcast: December 12, 1996 (ABC)

    Larry King Live
    Nancy and Tina, Mia Farrow
    Birthday tribute to Frank
    Original Broadcast: December 12, 1997 (CNN)



    The 25th Annual American Music Awards
    Nancy accepts the AMA's Award of Merit on behalf of Frank. (Presented by Tony Bennett)
    Original Broadcast: January 26, 1998 (ABC)



    48 Hours
    "Sinatra: Living With The Legend"
    Re-broadcast of the November 16, 1965 CBS News Special
    May 21, 1998 (CBS)
    (Sinatra: Off The Record: VHS, edited version)

    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy discusses her father in the ET "Cover Story," airing on two consecutive nights.
    Bob Goen mentions the CD releases of Sheet Music and For My Dad, at the end of Part 1.
    Original Broadcasts: July 1998 (Syndicated)

    Nancy and Bob Goen from ET "Cover Story" Part 2


    Good Morning America
    Nancy is interviewed by Lisa McRee
    Original Broadcast: July 15, 1998 (ABC)

    The View
    Season 1, Episode 243
    Original Broadcast: July 15, 1998 (ABC)

    Entertainment Tonight
    In addition to an interview and rehearsal footage, Nancy is introduced by Deana Martin at The House of Blues where she opened for The Temptations at a benefit for The Heart Of A Child Foundation.
    Nancy: “Born To Be Wild” (excerpt)
    Original Broadcast: August 1998 (Syndicated)



    Larry King Live
    Original Broadcast: September 21, 1998 (CNN)

    The 67th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade
    Original Broadcast: November 29, 1998 (UPN)

    Intimate Portrait
    "Mia Farrow"
    Original Broadcast: January 19, 1999 (Lifetime)
    (VHS)



    The Directors
    "The Films Of Roger Corman"
    AFI released a set of hour-long programs reviewing the career of acclaimed directors: February 1999
    Season 1, Episode 5
    Broadcast: December 5, 2002 (Encore)
    (DVD)



    Donny & Marie
    Nancy with Donny & Marie: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Nancy & The KAB: "Like A Rolling Stone"
    Nancy & Donny (on tape): A brief excerpt of “Teach Me How To Dance” from 1971’s Movin’ With Nancy, On Stage (taped at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas in 1970)
    Original Broadcast: April 9, 1999 (Syndicated)



    Larry King Live
    Nancy, Tina, Jerry Lewis, Janet Leigh, Barry Manilow
    Discussing the Frank Sinatra Foundation
    May 14, 1999 (CNN)



    The Howie Mandel Show
    Guests: Nancy, Smothers Brothers, Marla Sokoloff
    Nancy: "Happy"
    Nancy with Howie Mandel: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Original Broadcast: May 17, 1999 (Syndicated)
    Repeat Broadcast: August 17, 1999 (Syndicated)



    The 68th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade
    Original Broadcast: November 28, 1999 (UPN)

    Nancy And Lee In Las Vegas [Short Documentary]
    8-minute film featuring a 1999 interview with Lee Hazlewood and Torbjörn Axelman
    Nancy appears in archive footage from the 1973 TV special.
    1999
    Last edited by AndrewT; 02-26-2018 at 05:40 PM. Reason: Added "ET" March 1996.
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  15. #15

    2000-2003

    Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond
    Video documentary short
    2000
    (DVD: Special Edition of Diamonds Are Forever)

    The Bond Sound: The Music Of 007
    TV documentary short
    Nancy discusses the theme for You Only Live Twice
    2000
    (CD/DVD: The Best Of Bond…James Bond [2008])



    Reprise Musical Repertory Theatre Promo
    Video documentary short
    Nancy, Debbie Reynolds, Phyllis McGuire and Gregg Geller (V.P. A&R), along with archival footage of FS and musical excerpts, discuss the 1963 Reprise collection for its 2000 release as a 4-CD set.
    2000



    Women And Shoes: A Love Story
    According to the NY Times: "Documentary that traces the intimate relationship between women and their shoes."
    Original Broadcast: April 22, 2000 (Romance Classics Network)

    Movin' With Nancy
    May 6, 2000 (first airing on AMC)

    Headliners & Legends: Dean Martin
    Nancy discusses Dean Martin.
    June 13, 2000 (MSNBC)



    Larry King Live Weekend
    Nancy promotes the DVD and VHS release of Movin’ With Nancy.
    Original Broadcast: June 17, 2000 (CNN)
    CNN Transcript: www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0006/17/lklw.00.html

    Hollywood Rocks The Movies: The Early Years (1955-1970)
    Nancy (uncredited) (archive footage)
    July 2, 2000 (AMC)
    (For Your Emmy Consideration VHS)

    The Best Of Music Flashback Television Shows: Featuring Music Scene And Hullabaloo
    Video: 2001

    Biography
    "Bobby Darin: I Want To Be A Legend"
    Original Broadcast: August 29, 2001 (A&E)
    (DVD)



    Larry King Live Weekend
    Nancy promotes the release of the California Girl CD.
    Original Broadcast: July 13, 2002 (CNN)
    CNN Transcript: http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0207/13/lklw.00.html

    Nancy Sinatra Live In Edinburgh (UK)
    Live concert filmed by the BBC at the Edinburgh Festival (August 12, 2002)
    1. Intro segment with a few seconds of the studio version of "Day Tripper"
    2. Get Ready
    3. How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?
    4. A Little Less Conversation
    5. Like A Rolling Stone
    6. Friday’s Child
    7. The Last Of The Secret Agents
    8. Drummer Man
    9. Sixty-Minute Man
    10. It's For My Dad/Nice ‘N’ Easy
    11. 99 Miles From L.A.
    12. Lightning’s Girl
    13. Sugar Town
    14. You Only Live Twice
    15. These Boots Are Made For Walkin’
    16. I Gotta Get Out Of This Town
    17. Born To Be Wild
    Original Broadcast: August 23, 2002 (BBC 4)



    The 36th Annual Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon
    Original Broadcast: September 1, 2002 (Syndicated)

    Nancy and Don Randi


    Sinatra: The Classic Duets
    Nancy, Frankie and Tina
    Broadcast: December 2002 (PBS)
    (DVD)



    It's The Number 1 Party (UK)
    Nancy sings "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Original Broadcast: January 1, 2003 (BBC)



    Brian Wilson On Tour
    "Friends And Relatives": Nancy, Chuck Britz, Carol Kaye, Carnie Wilson
    Released on DVD: April 1, 2003

    Nancy, Brian Wilson and Carol Kaye


    The Importance Of Being Morrissey (UK)
    Nancy visits Morrissey
    Original Broadcast: June 8, 2003 (U.K., Channel 4)



    Mayor Of The Sunset Strip [Documentary Film]
    The story of Rodney Bingenheimer
    U.S. Release: June 2003
    (DVD)



    Vintage Sinatra
    Classic FS performances from his 1957-58 TV series The Frank Sinatra Show and 1950s specials are interspersed with interview clips of Nancy, Frankie and Tina.
    Frank sings "My Funny Valentine" to Nancy (The Frank Sinatra Show: February 14, 1958)
    Broadcast: August 13, 2003 (PBS)
    (DVD)

    Nancy and the TV special's producers, David Leaf (left) and John Scheinfeld, at the Museum of Television and Radio.


    The 37th Annual Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon
    Nancy: "It's For My Dad"/"Two Shots Of Happy, One Shot Of Sad"
    Original Broadcast: September 1, 2003 (Syndicated)



    Q & A With Nancy Sinatra, Tina Sinatra, And William Self Conducted At The Museum Of Television And Radio
    Bonus Feature for Happy Holidays With Bing And Frank DVD
    Released: October 7, 2003
    (DVD)



    Larry King Live
    Tribute to Dean Martin
    Nancy, Ricci Martin, Deana Martin, Jerry Lewis, Phyllis Diller, Dom DeLuise, Greg Garrison
    Original Broadcast: October 23, 2003 (CNN)
    CNN Transcript: www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0310/23/lkl.00.html

    Last edited by AndrewT; 06-05-2018 at 06:47 AM. Reason: Added setlist for the BBC TV special.
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  16. #16

    2004

    Fever: The Music Of Peggy Lee
    Nancy remembers Peggy Lee
    Broadcast: March 6, 2004 (PBS)
    (DVD)

    Nancy is shown rehearsing for the June 23, 2003 Carnegie Hall tribute to Peggy Lee.


    BBQ With Bobby Flay
    "Memphis"
    Nancy and Amanda
    Season 1, Episode 1
    Original Broadcast: June 2, 2004 (Food Network)

    3-D Rocks
    2004 International Underground Garage Festival on Randall Island in New York
    Directed by Chris Columbus
    Nancy, Steven Van Zandt, Bo Diddley, David Johansen, Nicol Moeller, Iggy Pop
    Nancy's songs...

    "Tony Rome"
    "How Does That Grab You Darlin'?"
    "Let Me Kiss You"
    "Momma's Boy"
    "Lightning's Girl"
    "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"

    Filmed on August 14, 2004



    The Big Idea With Donny Deutsch
    Nancy, Matt Lauer, Don King, Elisabeth Rohm, Hulk Hogan and his daughter Brooke Hogan, Jeremy Piven
    Episode 5
    September 15, 2004 (CNBC)

    Friday Night With Jonathan Ross (UK)
    Nancy, Ewan McGregor, Charley Boorman, Geoffrey Rush, The Hives
    Nancy with Jarvis Cocker: "Don't Let Him Waste Your Time"
    Season 7, Episode 5
    Original Broadcast: October 1, 2004 (BBC One)

    Jonathan Ross and Nancy


    Nancy and The Hives in the green room.


    GMTV (UK)
    Season 5, Episode 200
    Original Broadcast: October 4, 2004 (ITV 1)

    Richard and Judy (UK)
    Nancy and AJ
    Original Broadcast: October 4, 2004 (Channel 4, UK)

    Tout le monde en parle (France)
    Nancy and David Charvet
    Original Broadcast: October 9, 2004 (Channel: France 2)



    Good Day Live
    Nancy, Bernie Brillstein
    Nancy promotes the release of the Nancy Sinatra [2004] CD.
    Original Broadcast: October 18, 2004 (FOX)

    Nancy, Debbie Matenopoulos, Steve Edwards, Arthel Neville


    The Making Of 'Silent Night'
    Frank Sinatra: The Christmas Collection [U.K. Edition CD/DVD]
    Released on DVD: October 26, 2004



    The Tony Danza Show
    Nancy, Ivana Ma, Geoffrey Rush, Noah Wyle
    Nancy & The KAB: "Baby's Coming Back To Me"
    Nancy with Tony Danza & The KAB: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Season 1, Episode 60
    Original Broadcast: December 3, 2004 (Syndicated)



    All Access: Promotional EPK DVD
    5-minute Boots Enterprises promo DVD including clips of Nancy and the KAB’s live performances.

    “Bang Bang” (studio version)
    “Let Me Kiss You” (studio version)
    “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’” (live) (from It’s The Number 1 Party [Top Of The Pops] BBC special)
    “Running Down A Miracle” (live)
    “A Little Less Conversation” (live) (from Nancy Sinatra Live In Edinburgh BBC special)
    “Lightning’s Girl” (live)

    2004

    "Running Down A Miracle"
    Last edited by AndrewT; 10-29-2015 at 12:10 PM. Reason: Added image of Nancy and Jonathan Ross.
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  17. #17

    2005-2007

    CBS News Sunday Morning
    Nancy & AJ
    Nancy is interviewed by correspondent Elizabeth Kaledin as part of a profile segment.
    Original Broadcast: February 27, 2005 (CBS)



    Soiree Televie 2005
    April 23, 2005 (Belgium)

    Shot You Down [Video] - Audio Bullys Featuring Nancy (UK)
    This video incorporates footage of Nancy's performance from the 1966 TV special Frank Sinatra: A Man And His Music, Part II.
    2005 (Music Video)
    (Enhanced CD video track: See Nancy’s Singles Discography: Digital Era Releases)

    Top Of The Pops (UK)
    Audio Bullys, with 1966 video of Nancy, perform "Shot You Down."
    Season 42, Episode 25
    Original Broadcast: June 24, 2005 (BBC)



    Sinatra At The London Palladium [Documentary] (UK)
    Nancy and Tina are interviewed in this documentary promoting the March 2006 FS multimedia stage production at the London Palladium.
    Released as a promo DVD (Region 2/PAL) included with The Daily Telegraph newspaper in the UK.



    "The Essential Nancy Sinatra" Promotional Video
    30-second video ad for the release of The Essential Nancy Sinatra CD (UK).
    Excerpts: "Bang Bang," "Somethin' Stupid," "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'," "You Only Live Twice"
    March 2006



    Richard and Judy (UK)
    Original Broadcast: March 9, 2006 (Channel 4, UK)

    The Insider
    Season 2, Episode 237
    Original Broadcast: May 4, 2006 (Syndicated)

    Pat O'Brien and Nancy


    The Insider
    Season 2, Episode 243
    Original Broadcast: May 11, 2006 (Syndicated)

    The Insider
    Season 2, Episode 258
    Original Broadcast: May 29, 2006 (Syndicated)

    My First Time
    "Variety Is The Spice Of Life"
    Nancy, The Smothers Brothers and Glen Campbell: discussing Glen Campbell's rise to prominence
    Season 1, Episode 5
    Original Broadcast: July 26, 2006 (TV Land)



    Special Mention: EP 'Side 2' [Short Film] - AJ Lambert
    Written, Produced and Directed by AJ Lambert
    Filmed at Nancy's house: 10-minute "B-side" of AJ's solo project, EP.
    October 7, 2006 (FAIF Film Festival)


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    She filmed this movie at my house so I was able to watch her pull it all together, and I must admit, I was mightily impressed with her professionalism. Her project has been screened at festivals and on stage where she has presented the live soundtrack as well.


    James Bond's Greatest Hits (UK)
    "You Only Live Twice"
    Original Broadcast: November 18, 2006 (North One Television [for Channel 4], U.K.)
    See The Nation's Favourite Bond Song (December 17, 2015 [ITV]).



    Nancy Sinatra Making Of "Another Gay Sunshine Day" Featurette
    Another Gay Movie DVD Bonus Feature
    Nancy, Keith Barrows (engineer), Bill Moynihan (Nancy's assistant), Todd Stephens (director and co-writer), Jess Adams (film producer), Marty Beller (score composer/co-writer)
    Released on DVD: November 21, 2006



    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy and Tina are interviewed.
    Original Broadcast: December 1, 2006 (Syndicated)

    The Sopranos
    "Chasing It" - Nancy as Herself; AJ also appears in this episode.
    An excerpt of "Bossman" performed by Nancy with AJ
    Season 6, Episode 16
    Original Broadcast: April 29, 2007 (HBO)
    (DVD and Blu-ray)

    AJ, Nancy, Southside Johnny and Steven Van Zandt


    Howard Stern On Demand
    May 2007

    Elvis: Viva Las Vegas
    Tribute TV Special
    September 18, 2007 (ABC)
    (DVD and Blu-ray)

    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy is interviewed.
    Original Broadcast: December 12, 2007 (Syndicated)
    Last edited by AndrewT; 07-20-2019 at 07:24 PM. Reason: Sequence.
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    2008-2014

    The Making Of "The Love Theme From The Independent" Starring Nancy Sinatra
    Bonus Feature for the DVD of the 2000 film The Independent
    February 12, 2008
    (DVD)



    The Wrecking Crew [Documentary Film]
    Denny Tedesco's documentary about the musicians of The Wrecking Crew features an interview with Nancy and Don Randi.
    World Premiere: March 11, 2008 (Austin, Texas, South X Southwest Film Festival)

    From The Wrecking Crew movie trailer


    TCM Salutes Frank Sinatra
    TCM original segments (interviews and presentations) with Nancy, Frankie and Tina
    May 2008 (TCM)



    New Jersey Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
    Honoring Frank Sinatra
    Nancy and AJ speak at the ceremony.
    May 4, 2008



    Today
    Nancy and Frankie are interviewed by Meredith Vieira, on the day that the FS stamp is issued.
    Season 57, Episode 97
    Original Broadcast: May 13, 2008 (NBC)



    Queens Of British Pop (UK)
    Nancy discusses Sandie Shaw.
    Two-part series celebrating twelve female singers and icons who have influenced British pop music.
    Original Broadcast: April 1, 2009 (BBC 1)



    The 54th Annual Thalians Ball: An All-Star Salute To Mickey Rooney And U.S. Troops Around The World
    Nancy performs at the event which benefits the Thalians Mental Health Center at Cedars-Sinai.

    From the press release:

    The show was taped for archival purposes by ATI-Associated Television International: November 1, 2009



    Home From The War: The Voices Of Vietnam
    Four-hour documentary
    2009
    (DVD)

    He Moves Around [Documentary Film]
    Nancy is interviewed for this documentary about Lee Hazlewood, by French filmmaker Thomas Levy.
    2009 (Unreleased)

    Sebring [Documentary Film]
    The story of Jay Sebring
    2009 (Unreleased)

    American Idol
    The songs of Frank Sinatra
    Nancy and Tina are in the audience.
    Original Broadcast: May 4, 2010 (Fox)

    Tina and Nancy present an "FAS" monogrammed handkerchief to Simon Cowell.


    New Jersey Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
    Honoring Tony Bennett
    Nancy introduces Tony.
    Nancy & Southside Johnny sing.
    June 5, 2011



    Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel [Documentary Film]
    The story of filmmaker Roger Corman
    Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival: January 21, 2011
    U.S. Limited Release: December 6, 2011

    Good Day L.A.
    Nancy is interviewed by phone (conducted by Steve Edwards, Dorothy Lucey and Tony Potts). Nancy discusses Donovan and the David Lynch Foundation.
    Original Broadcast: March 26, 2012 (KTTV, L.A.)



    A 60s Pop Flashback: Hullabaloo (My Music)
    Nancy's February 21, 1966 Hullabaloo performance of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" and her introduction for The Righteous Brothers' performance of "Soul And Inspiration" are included.
    March 2, 2013 (debut on PBS)



    Special Mention: The Rascals' Once Upon A Dream
    In 2013, the legendary band The Rascals reunited for the "BioConcert" Once Upon A Dream, produced and directed by Steven Van Zandt. During their performance of "Mickey's Monkey," staged in front of the image of a giant 1960s TV screen, Nancy appears as part of a montage, in a clip from her "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" Color-Sonics film.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    My invitation from Little Stevie:
    On Apr 13, 2013, at 4:16 AM,


    Hi baby. Stevie here. How've you been first of all. I miss you a lot. What have you been doing?

    If by any chance you are around over the next three weeks, I want to invite you to Once Upon A Dream: The Rascals On Broadway.
    I think you'd get a kick out of it.

    And most of all it would be great to see you. If you can make opening night on Tuesday, April 16, we're doing Sardi's and the whole shmear.

    Come on in!
    He didn't tell me I was in the show! What a pal. He never forgets about me.


    Private Screenings
    Nancy and Tina appear in a tribute to Robert Osborne.
    Original Broadcast: January 6, 2014 (TCM)



    Session Men [Documentary Film]
    Nancy is interviewed (circa 1997) in this documentary about 1960s studio musicians, by Gil Baker.
    2014 (Unreleased)

    Nancy discusses Chuck Berghofer and the "Boots" bass.


    World Peace Is None Of Your Business [Video] - Morrissey
    Bearing an attaché case containing thought-provoking lyrics, Nancy gives a mysterious performance in this promotional video for Morrissey's single and album of the same name.
    May 13, 2014 (Music Video)



    The Nature of Modernism: E. Stewart Williams, Architect [Documentary Film]
    Nancy and Amanda offer insights.
    Palm Springs: November 13, 2014
    Palm Spring International Film Festival: January 10, 2015
    (Blu-ray, DVD and Streaming)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 07-04-2019 at 02:07 PM. Reason: Added Blu-ray, DVD and streaming references for E. Stewart Williams documentary.
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    2015

    CBS Evening News
    Nancy and Amanda are interviewed by Anthony Mason about the FS Centennial exhibit at the New York Public Library of Performing Arts.
    Original Broadcast: March 4, 2015 (CBS)



    CBS This Morning
    Nancy and Amanda are interviewed by Anthony Mason about the FS Centennial exhibit at the New York Public Library of Performing Arts.
    Original Broadcast: March 7, 2015 (CBS)

    Sinatra On Stage [Palladium Promo Video]
    Published by SinatraOnStage: March 12, 2015



    The Wrecking Crew [Documentary Film, 2015 Version]
    Denny Tedesco's documentary about the musicians of The Wrecking Crew features an interview with Nancy and Don Randi.
    A clip of “Drummer Man” from Movin’ With Nancy, On Stage is included.
    U.S. Theatrical Release/iTunes/VOD: March 13, 2015
    (DVD and Blu-ray)



    CBS News Sunday Morning
    Nancy, Tina and Frankie are interviewed by Mo Rocca.
    Original Broadcast: March 29, 1015 (CBS)

    Nancy and Mo Rocca


    Nancy Sinatra Calls Duets With Frank "Hilarious"
    CBS Sunday Morning Web Extra with Gavin MacLeod
    Published: March 29, 2015

    Nancy, Gavin MacLeod and Mo Rocca


    Nancy Sinatra On Frank Sinatra's Marriage To Mia Farrow
    CBS Sunday Morning Web Extra
    Published: March 29, 2015

    Entertainment Tonight
    Footage from Nancy's interview with Mo Rocca on CBS Sunday Morning.
    Original Broadcast: April 2, 2015 (Syndicated)



    Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All
    Nancy's comments are heard in this two-part FS documentary.
    Original Broadcast: April 5-6, 2015 (HBO)
    (Promotional Emmy Screener DVD; commercially released on DVD and Blu-ray)

    The One Show Promo (UK)
    Nancy's 24-second promo for The One Show, with hosts Matt Baker and Alex Jones
    Original Broadcast: April 27, 2015 (BBC One)



    The One Show (UK)
    "Nancy Sinatra is on the sofa to celebrate her father Frank's centenary year."
    Original Broadcast: April 27, 2015 (BBC One)



    BBC London News (UK)
    Nancy is interviewed by Brenda Emmanus in London.
    Original Broadcast: April 27, 2015 (BBC)



    Press Association (UK)
    Nancy is interviewed in London.
    April, 28, 2015 (UK)

    Good Morning Britain (UK)
    Nancy is interviewed by Ross King regarding the Sinatra Palladium show.
    Original Broadcast: April 29, 2015 (ITV)



    Ultimate Sinatra - A Look Inside
    Comments from Nancy, Tina and Frankie in this promotional video for the release of the Ultimate Sinatra album.
    May 7, 2015



    Memorial Day Observance At The WW II Memorial (Washington, D.C.)
    Nancy places the Marine Corps wreath; Cole Pierce ("Ace") places the Navy wreath.
    Original Broadcast: May 25, 2015



    The Paul O'Grady Show (UK)
    Nancy's video message introduction to a performance of "Pennies From Heaven" from the upcoming Sinatra Palladium show.
    Original Broadcast: May 29, 2015 (ITV)



    In Conversation With Nancy: Nancy Sinatra discusses Sinatra On Stage [Palladium Promo Video]
    Published by Sinatra OnStage: June 15, 2015

    In Conversation With Nancy: Nancy Sinatra talks about her father, Frank Sinatra [Palladium Promo Video]
    Published by Sinatra OnStage: June 15, 2015



    In Conversation With Nancy: Nancy Sinatra discusses Frank Sinatra's career [Palladium Promo Video]
    Published by Sinatra OnStage: June 15, 2015

    Sinatra On Stage | Opening Night [Palladium Promo Video]
    Published by Sinatra OnStage: July 21, 2015

    Nancy and the show's producer, Karl Sydow


    It Was A Very Good Life: A Paley Centennial Salute To Frank Sinatra On Television
    Panel discussion with Nancy, moderator Ron Simon, Gay Talese, Twyla Tharp and Max Weinberg, and featuring comments by Amanda.
    July 24, 2015 (Live Stream on Yahoo! Live)



    In Conversation With Nancy: Nancy Sinatra discusses the Centenary year of her father, Frank Sinatra [Promo Video]
    Published by Sinatra OnStage: September 3, 2015

    Tracking United [One-Hour Documentary]
    Nancy appears at the console of United Recording in Hollywood where she often recorded. Hal Blaine and Don Randi also appear in this film about the historic studio.
    Nancy comments in the documentary: "This is a great place. A lot of history here. ... If these walls could talk..."
    November 11, 2015



    Sinatra 100 - Behind The Scenes [CBS Promo Video]
    Nancy, Tina, AJ and Amanda appear with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.
    Published: December 4, 2015



    Entertainment Tonight
    Nancy and Lady Gaga are shown backstage at Wynn Las Vegas' Encore Theatre at the December 2nd taping of Sinatra 100 — An All-Star Grammy® Concert.
    December 4, 2015 (Syndicated)



    CBS News Sunday Morning
    Segments from the interview conducted by Mo Rocca, originally broadcast on March 29, 2015, are shown.
    Broadcast: December 6, 1015 (CBS)

    Sinatra 100 — An All-Star Grammy® Concert
    Nancy, Tina and AJ appear in the audience during the broadcast.
    Nancy sang a few bars of "Somethin' Stupid" with Harry Connick Jr., in a performance that was taped for the archives, but not included on the telecast.
    Original Broadcast: December 6, 2015 (CBS)



    The Nation's Favourite Bond Song (UK)
    Nancy's interview from James Bond's Greatest Hits, previously broadcast in the U.K. (November 18, 2006) on North One Television (for Channel 4), is included in this new countdown of the top 20 James Bond themes, derived from an exclusive ITV poll.
    "You Only Live Twice"
    Original Broadcast: December 17, 2015 (ITV)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 09-22-2018 at 03:56 PM. Reason: Added "ET" April 2, 2015.
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  20. #20

    2016-2019

    'Tracking United' Documentary Trailer
    Nancy's image appears in this 1:22 promo for the 2015 documentary about United Recording Studio.
    2016



    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    Season 3, Episode 15
    Nancy's second Laugh-In episode, originally broadcast by NBC on December 29, 1969, rerun in celebration of New Year's 2017.
    Nancy & The Cast: "Looks Like We Made It Through The '60s," "What's The News" and "What A Party, A Whoopee Party"
    Nancy & Arte Johnson: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    Cameo appearances by Frank Sinatra Jr., Guy Lombardo, Ed McMahon and David Frye.
    December 30, 2016 (Decades)




    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    Season 2, Episode 16
    Nancy's first Laugh-In episode, originally broadcast by NBC on January 20, 1969, rerun in 2017.
    Nancy plays a nudist camp member and one of a quartet of singing meter maids, among other characters.
    Nancy, Chelsea Brown, Ruth Buzzi, Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn, Jo Anne Worley: "What's The News"
    Nancy, Chelsea Brown, Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn: "The Meter Maid Song"
    Nancy, Henry Gibson, Ruth Buzzi, Dave Madden, Jo Anne Worley, Alan Sues, Judy Carne, Chelsea Brown, Goldie Hawn, JJ Barry, Arte Johnson: "Law And Order, We Love You"
    Cameo appearances by Frank Sinatra, The Smothers Brothers, Guy Lombardo and George Gobel.
    January 11, 2017 (Decades)




    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    Season 3, Episode 25
    Nancy's third Laugh-In episode, originally broadcast by NBC on March 9, 1970, rerun in 2017.
    This episode, featuring special guest Milton Berle, contains uncredited cameo appearances by Nancy derived from outtakes of her December 29, 1969 episode. Additional cameos by Buddy Hackett, Edgar Bergen and Mickey Rooney.
    February 3, 2017 (Decades)


    Soundtracks: Songs That Defined History
    "Kent State And The Vietnam War"
    Season 1, Episode 3
    Footage of Nancy walking through Saigon with her military escort, Frank Livolsi, as well as footage of her performing for the troops at Phù Cát Air Base.
    May 4, 2017 (CNN)




    The Best Of The Ed Sullivan Show
    30-minute version of Season 20 Episode 8, originally broadcast by CBS on October 30, 1966.
    Guests: Nancy, James Brown, Rich Little, The Muppets, Arthur Haynes and Company
    Nancy: "Strangers In The Night"
    September 6, 2017 (Decades)


    The Best Of The Ed Sullivan Show
    30-minute version of Season 20 Episode 32, originally broadcast by CBS on April 16, 1967.
    Guests: Nancy, Tony Bennett, Totie Fields, Count Basie, The Mecners, Hendra & Ullett, Dolores Gray (in audience)
    Nancy: "Love Eyes"
    September 8, 2017 (Decades)



    Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me
    Documentary film
    Voice over by Nancy, regarding Sammy's recovery in Palm Springs after losing his eye.
    September 10, 2017 (Toronto Film Festival)
    See: American Masters (2019)


    The Best Of The Ed Sullivan Show
    30-minute hybrid of Season 20 Episodes 25 and 27, originally broadcast by CBS on February 26, 1967 and March 12, 1967.
    Guests (from 2-26-67): Nancy, Charo, Xavier Cugat, Barbara McNair, Los Romeros ... plus Lou Rawls, Dick Albers and Feller Brothers & Dodo (3-12-67).
    Nancy: "My Buddy"
    September 29, 2017 (Decades)




    Tattletales
    Nancy & Hugh's episodes originally broadcast by CBS in November 1974.
    January 30 - February 2, 2018 (BUZZR)

    Through The Decades
    Documentary segment commemorating the 52nd anniversary of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" at the top of the charts, in the Decades network's daily time capsule series.
    February 26, 2018 (Decades)


    Across The Decades
    "1960s: Go Go Boots"
    30-second spot saluting Nancy's impact on fashion.
    Beginning April 20, 2018 (Decades)



    American Masters – Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob in Boston View Post
    Nancy’s voice is heard briefly describing Sammy’s recovery in Palm Springs after losing his eye. And don’t miss the “What’d I Say” segment from Movin’ with Nancy—with Sammy as “The Photographer”—in the final clips near the end of the two-hour show.
    The documentary's bonus segment, "Shades Of Sammy Davis, Jr.," contains the last 1:35 of "What'd I Say" from Movin' With Nancy.

    Beginning February 19, 2019 (PBS)

    Last edited by AndrewT; 02-21-2019 at 09:35 PM. Reason: Added more details for "American Masters - Sammy Davis Jr."
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