Dean Martin never rehearsed, he smoked non-stop, and always had a drink in hand... and people loved it! Now available at retail for the first time ever, this special 3-DVD UNCUT edition captures all the great jokes, the best music and the memorable moments that made The Dean Martin Variety Show a blockbuster on NBC for nearly a decade! If he flubbed a line or forgot a lyric, Martin would not do a retake, and the mistake - and his recovery from it - went straight to tape and onto the air! Now all of those golden memories have been digitally restored and re-mastered in this exclusive collection featuring rare performances by some of the greatest stars. In this special DEAN MARTIN VARIETY SHOW UNCUT 3-DVD set, we feature six entire episodes -- all the songs, all the comedy, all the fun, without any deletions! Dean's solos are here, as well as sensational performances by such headliners as Abbe Lane, Leslie Uggams, Cyd Charisse, Buddy Ebsen, Caterina Valente, The Lettermen, Tommy Tune, Zero Mostel, Joey Heatherton, Buck Owens, Barbara McNair, and Orson Welles. Plus comedy routines with Bob Newhart, Dom DeLuise, Sid Caesar, George Gobel, and Jackie Mason. Dean's top-rated variety show was dearly loved around the world. It was a special blend of music and comedy that included most of the biggest stars in the business -- plus a host like no other. After its debut in 1965, Dean's show remained in the Top Ten for most of its nine-year existence. Although it had all the ingredients of many other variety shows of the era, it also had a star with unique abilities; he did the show with little or no rehearsals and made it a pleasure to watch. "Did you see what Dean did on his show last night?" Everybody loved Dean -- his guests, his staff, and particularly his huge TV following. He was "cool" then and he still is. 3-DVD SET GUEST STARS: Sid Caesar, Abbe Lane, George Gobel, Bob Newhart, Marguerite Piazza, The Lettermen, Orson Welles, David & Goliath, Jackie Mason, Leslie Uggams, Eddie Foy Jr., Allen & Rossi, Pat Boone, Buddy Ebsen, Cyd Charisse, Dom DeLuise, Barbara McNair, Albert T. Berry, Phil Harris, Caterina Valente, Guy Marks, Joey Heatherton, Buck Owens, Bob Melvin, Robert Wagner, Zero Mostel, Tommy Tune, Kay Medford, Jackie Vernon, Fred Smoot, Professor Backwards, The Golddiggers and The Dingalings -- with 77 musical performances!