Listen to Richard Chamberlain sing the "Dr. Kildare" theme,
"Three Stars Will Shine Tonight", on Page One
Richard Chamberlain and Shirley Jones
"How About You" "Music Hath Charms"
"Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall"
Richard Chamberlain sang April Love,
Joy in the Morning, Here Comes The Showboat
(with the New Christy Minstrels), Low Bridge Everybody Down
(with the New Christy Minstrels)
(with Perry Como and Diahann Carroll).
Richard Chamberlain's full performance can be watched here (scroll down to May 27, 1965)
"Georgia" "The Andy Williams Show"
"Confidence" "The Andy Williams Show"
and a medley of Dixieland songs
alternating with skits
to be watched here
"Haven't We Met"
"The Red Skelton Comedy Hour"
"The Carol Burnett Show" "Lazy Day"
Richard Chamberlain performed
the musical number "Lazy Day"
with dancers and singers.
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Listen to Richard Chamberlain sing "Try to Remember"
on Page One
To listen to the many songs while watching the film, click here
To watch or listen to extracts from "The Sound of Music", click here
"All I Do Is Dream of You", sang by Richard Chamberlain,
is the music chosen by Chris Notarile and Blinkie Productions
for their independent short film "KRUEGER (A Tale from Elm Street)" inspired by the series "A Nightmare on Elm Street", as the lyrics fit well with the storyline of the series.
Moreover, as credits are running at the end,
Richard Chamberlain's fresh and enthralling voice
counterbalances the dark and violent topic of the film
while symbolizing, at the same time, the innocence
of the children fallen victim to a serial killer.