Bob Ellison — Writer

Episodes 206

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The Dunhills

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October 8, 1958

Scheduled guests: --The Dunhills, precision dancers who toured with Milton Berle during the summer of 1958. The trio was made up of Walter Long, Bob Roberts and Art Stanley.

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Gary Crosby

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October 15, 1958

Scheduled guest: --Gary Crosby (singer-actor, son of Bing Crosby)

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Scheduled guests: --The Jordanaires (vocal group) --Carl Sandburg (poet) --Tony Roberts

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Sammy Davis Jr.

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October 29, 1958

Scheduled guest: --Sammy Davis Jr. (singer)

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Andy Griffith

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November 5, 1958

Guests: --Andy Griffith (comedian-actor) --Tony Roberts

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November 12, 1958

Scheduled guests: --Jimmy Durante (comedian-actor) --Peggy Sands (nightclub entertainer)

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Red Skelton

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November 19, 1958

--Red Skelton

--The Kingston Trio

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Helen Traubel

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November 26, 1958

Scheduled guest: --Helen Traubel (opera singer)

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December 3, 1958

Scheduled guests: --Ella Fitzgerald (singer) --George Jessell (comedian)

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Eydie Gorme

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December 17, 1958

Scheduled guest: --Eydie Gorme (singer)

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Scheduled guests: --Peter Lorre (actor) --Janis Paige (singer-Broadway actress) --The George Arnold Ice Revue

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December 31, 1958

Scheduled guests: --Judy Canova (comedian & movie actress) --Tommy Sands (singer-actor)

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January 7, 1959

--Tallulah Bankhead (actress) --Jimmy Rodgers

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Mahalia Jackson

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January 14, 1959

--Mahalia Jackson (gospel singer) --Harpo Marx

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January 21, 1959

Scheduled guests: --Ed Wynn (comedian) --Frankie Avalon (singer)

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January 28, 1959

Scheduled guests:

--Joan Davis (comedian) --Bob Crosby (singer)

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February 4, 1959

Guests:

--Jo Stafford (singer) --Dennis Day (comedian-singer)

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William Bendix

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February 11, 1959

Scheduled guest:

--William Bendix (actor, from ""The Life of Riley"")

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February 18, 1959

Scheduled guests:

--The McGuire Sisters (singers) --Rory Calhoun (actor, star of the TV series ""The Texan"")

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Scheduled guests: --The Ames Brothers --Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang

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Martha Raye

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March 11, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Martha Raye

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Scheduled guests: --Count Basie's Orchestra featuring Joe Williams

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Scheduled guests:

--Yvonne DeCarlo (actress) --The Four Lads (vocal group) --The Trio Cottas (dog act)

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April 1, 1959

Scheduled guests: --Edgar Bergen --Darvis and Julia (dance team)

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Janis Paige

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April 8, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Janis Paige (musical-comedy star)

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Martha Raye

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April 22, 1959

Scheduled guest --Martha Raye - appears with Milton in a sketch about Frances and Sidney Schlump.

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Janik & Arnault

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April 29, 1959

Scheduled guests: --Janik & Arnault (dance team)

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May 6, 1959

Scheduled guests: --Ginger Rogers (actress-singer) --Janik & Arnault (dance team)

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Scheduled guests: --Carl Sandburg (poet) --The Jordanaires (vocal group) --Marie McDonald

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May 20, 1959

First Kraft - ""Dave King Show"" with scheduled guest: --Janis Paige

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June Havoc

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May 27, 1959

Scheduled guest: --June Havoc

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Sally Ann Howes

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June 3, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Sally Ann Howes

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Zsa Zsa Gabor

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June 10, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Zsa Zsa Gabor (actress)

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Gretchen Wyler

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June 17, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Gretchen Wyler (actress & dancer)

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Celeste Holm

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June 24, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Celeste Holm (actress)

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Maureen Cannon

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July 1, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Maureen Cannon (singer)

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July 8, 1959

Scheduled performers: --The Jerry Packer Singers --Instead of guests, the series regulars were to be spotlighted.

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Peggy King

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July 15, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Peggy King

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Anita Darian

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July 22, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Anita Darian (singer)

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Glen Mason

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July 29, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Glen Mason (singer)

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Carol Lawrence

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August 5, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Carol Lawrence

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Sandy Stewart

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August 12, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Sandy Stewart

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Joyce Hahn

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August 19, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Joyce Hahn (singer)

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Bet E. Martin

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August 26, 1959

Guest: --Bet E. Martin (singer)

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September 2, 1959

--Dave King sings ""You Can't Love 'Em All"" and ""In Berkley Square."" He also does a ""Father Sees Baby"" pantomime.

Scheduled guests: --Vicki Stuart (singer) - ""Bella Musica"" --Vicki Stuart - ""Relaxayvous"" (with Dave King) --The Lally Twins appear in a clinic skit with Dave King.

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Johnny Mercer

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September 9, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Johnny Mercer

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Gloria DeHaven

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September 16, 1959

Scheduled guest: --Gloria DeHaven

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September 23, 1959

This was the final Dave King Show. There were no scheduled guests. It was a farewell party featuring the show's regulars

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September 13, 1967

--Herb Alpert (host) --Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass - ""I've Got a Lot of Livin' to Do,"" ""Habanera,"" and an international medley

--Louis Armstrong Quintet - ""Cabaret"" --Louis Armstrong and Herb Alpert - ""Mame"" --Louis Armstrong and Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass - ""Mack the Knife"" --Jackie Vernon (comedian) --Jackie Vernon & the Tijuana Brass - ""Spanish Flea"" --Robin Wilson - ""What Now, My Love?"" --dancers - ""Music to Watch Girls By"" (choreography by Peter Gennaro)

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September 27, 1967

""The Hollywood Musical"" - a tribute to movie musicals

--Rock Hudson (host) - sings ""Louise,"" ""Good Ship Lollipop,"" ""Thanks for the Memories"" & ""'S Wonderful"" --Connie Stevens - ""42nd Street"" & ""Hi Lilli"" --Rock Hudson and Michele Lee - ""Shadow Waltz"" --Michele Lee - ""Sing You Sinners"" & ""Trolley Song"" --Bobby Van - ""Singin' in the Rain"" & ""Song-and-Dance Man"" --All (entire cast) - Academy Award medley, ""For Me and My Gal"" and ""We're a Couple of Swells""

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October 4, 1967

--Bobby Darin (as George M. Cohan) --Liza Minnelli --Dennis Day --Kaye Stevens --George Carle --cameo: Jack Benny walk-on

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October 11, 1967

""Tin Pan Alley Today"" --George Burns (host) --George Burns, Dionne Warwick and Nancy Ames - medley of Beatles' songs --Dionne Warwick - ""Alfie"" --Harper's Bizaare - ""Anything Goes"" --Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - ""One-Note Samba"" --Nancy Ames - ""Sunny"" --Tony Tanner - ""Gonna Build a Mountain"" --Dick Cavett does a comedy monolog about current trends in music.

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October 18, 1967

""How the West Was Swung"" - a musical look at the Old West Music: --Lorne Greene (host) - ""I Am a Gun"" --Lou Rawls - ""High Noon"" --Barbara Eden - ""Buttons and Bows"" --Bobby Van, Barbara Eden and Lou Rawls - ""The Day the West Was Swung"" --Baja Marimba Band - ""A Gay Ranchero"" Comedy: --Jerry Van Dyke

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October 25, 1967

--Phyllis Diller (host) - ""It's Today"" (with dancers) --Bob Hope - appears in a sketch with Phyllis Diller as the last 2 hippies on earth...in 1997. --Sonny & Cher - ""You and Me"" --Cher - ""Old Man River"" --Diller, Hope, Mike Douglas, Sonny & Cher - ""Let the Good Times Roll"" --Hugh Masekela (trumpet player) - ""If I Needed Someone"" --Mike Douglas - ""The Lady's in Love with You""

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November 1, 1967

""Fiddler on the Loose"" hosted by Jack Benny

Comedy: --Jack Benny, Michael Rabin, Morey Amsterdam and Henny Youngman as a quartet playing a Beethoven minuet. --Jack Benny plays ""The Bee"" on fiddle accompanied by the Peter Matz orchestra. --Liberace and Jack Benny do a duet: ""When a Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry""

Music: --Blues Magoos - ""Tobacco Road"" --Liberace - ""Moonlight Sonata"" & ""How Insensitive"" --Astrud Gilberto - ""Misty Roses"" --Michael Rabin (violinist) - Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto

NBC repeated this show on April 14, 1971.

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November 15, 1967

""Stage Door Johnny"" - a musical set in the Roaring Twenties. --Tony Randall (as Stage-Door Johnny) - sings ""Girls"" & ""Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries"" --Cab Calloway - ""Minnie the Moocher"" --Michele Lee - ""Looking for a Boy"" --Gilbert Becaud - ""It Must Be Her"" & ""Rosy and John"" --Nathaniel Frey, Tony Randall and Walter Winchell - sing ""Every Street's a Boulevard""

--Marilyn Maye - ""Bill Bailey""

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November 22, 1967

""The Nashville Sound"" hosted by Dinah Shore --Dinah Shore - ""Going Back to Nashville"" --Dinah Shore and Ray Charles - ""You Are My sunshine"" --Ray Charles - ""Yesterday"" --The Everly Brothers - ""Love of the Common People"" --Eddy Arnold - ""Here Comes Heaven"" --Eddy Arnold and Dinah Shore - ""Bonnie and Clyde"" --Johnny Mercer - ""Wide Place in the Road""

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A Taste of Funny

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December 13, 1967

""A Taste of Funny"" --Groucho Marx --Soupy Sales --Dick Cavett --Burns & Schreiber --Times Square Two --Clair & McMahon

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December 20, 1967

1967 Christmas Show Host: Mitzi Gaynor --Mitzi Gaynor - ""We Need a Little Christmas,"" ""I Dig Rock 'n' Roll Music"" & ""I Know a Place"" --Mitzi Gaynor and Ed McMahon - ""Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"" & ""I Believe in You"" --Cyril Ritchard and Tony Tanner - ""Where Would You Be Without Me"" & ""On a Wonderful Day Like Today"" --Comedy: Mitzi Gaynor, Cyril Ritchard and Tony Tanner appear in a sketch about Scrooge and Bob Cratchit.

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December 27, 1967

Woody Allen Looks At 1967

--Woody Allen --Aretha Franklin --Liza Minnelli --John Byner, --William F. Buckley Jr.

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Three for Tonight

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January 3, 1968

Guests: --Victor Borge (host) --Simon & Garfunkel - ""Mrs. Robinson,"" ""For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her,"" ""Angie,"" ""Overs,"" ""Patterns,"" ""Sounds of Silence"" and ""A Poem on the Underground Wall"" --Nancy Wilson - ""Midnight Sun,"" ""Can't Buy Me Love,"" ""Satin Doll,"" ""Ode to Billy Joe"" and ""Someone to Watch over Me"" --Cast (all guests) - ""59th Street Bridge Song"" --Leonid Hambro (violinist) - joins Victor Borge

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January 10, 1968

""A Grand Night for Swinging"" (a.k.a. ""Grand Night for Singing"") --Bobby Darin - ""If I Could Talk to the Animals,"" ""Mack the Knife"" & ""Drowning in My Tears"" --Bobbie Gentry - ""Hurry Tuesday Child"" --Bobby Darin and Bobbie Gentry - ""A Long Time Movin'"" --Bobby Van (singer-dancer) - ""Come Back to Me"" --Bobby Darin, Bobbie Gentry and Bobby Van - ""Nothing Can Stop Us Now"" --George Kirby (impressionist) - ""The Impossible Dream""

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Physical Phitness

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January 24, 1968

Sports and Physical Fitness spoof: --Don Rickles (host) - sings ""Shape Up"" & plays a coach giving a pep talk to a losing football team --Pat O'Brien (actor) - recreates his ""win one for the Gipper"" speech from ""Knute Rockne All American.""

--George Plimpton (writer) - shows films of his attempts to invade professional sports --Joe Garagiola --Roosevelt ""Rosie"" Grier - sings ""On Broadway"" --Carl Yastrzemski (Red Sox baseball player) --Members of the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnast Team

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Vacation a la King

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January 31, 1968

""Vacation a la King"" - European holiday spoof hosted by Alan King, with guests Edie Adams and Paul Lynde.

Music:

--Alan King - ""Back in Your Own Back Yard"" --Edie Adams - ""It's Very Nice to Go Traveling"" and ""Come Fly with Me"" --Alan King and Edie Adams - ""Then I'll Be Happy"" --Alan King, singers and dancers - medley of English music-hall songs --Peter Gennaro and dancers - Bullfight dance

Comedy sketches: --Paul Lynde appears as a travel agent, a boorish American tourist, and a cruise director. --Using special effects, Alan King and Edie Adams play both an American and a French couple.

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February 14, 1968

""Cowboys & City Slickers"" hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans

--Roy Rogers & Dale Evans - ""Side by Side"" --Roy Rogers - ""Bummin' Around"" --Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Phil Harris & Alice Faye - Beatles medley --Dale Evans - ""What Color Is Love?"" --Phil Harris - ""Mame"" --Alice Faye and Dale Evans - ""My Funny Valentine"" --The Serendipity Singers - ""River Song"" --All guests - Western medley

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Class of '68

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February 21, 1968

""Class of '68"" - a salute to this year's ""graduating class."" Guests: --John Davidson (host) - ""Crossroads of Life"" & ""By the Time I Get to Phoenix"" --Tom Jones - ""It's Not Unusual"" --Fifth Dimension - ""Up-Up, and Away"" --Michele Lee - ""Jamboree Jones"" --Flip Wilson (comedian playing a guru) --Buffy Sainte Marie - ""Take My Hand"" --Irwin Corey (comedian)

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February 28, 1968

""The Comedy Survival Kit"" hosted by Steve Allen

--Steve Allen - does a man-on-the-street interview with Louis Nye --Allen & Rossi - do a burlesque routine --Steve Allen and Allen & Rossi - recite lyrics from rock songs --Stiller & Meara - routine about a secretary and her boss on their first date --Louis Nye - plays a harried schoolteacher directing a children's pagent --The Marquis Chimps

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Mardi Gras '68

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March 6, 1968

From the Mardi Gras carnival in New Orleans: --Al Hirt (host) - ""New Orleans, My Home Town"" & ""Dear Old Southland"" --Pete Fountain (clairnetist) ""Bourbon Street Parade,"" ""Fancy Pants"" & ""Miss Lucy"" --Al Hirt and Pete Fountain - ""March of the Bobcats"" --Lana Cantrell - ""Sleepy Time Down South"" --Peter Gennaro dancers - ""South Rampart Street Parade"" --Al Hirt and Peter Gennaro - ""Java"" --All guests - ""When the Saints Go Marching In"" & ""You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans""

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Vaudeville '68

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March 13, 1968

""Vaudeville '68"" --Ed McMahon (host) --Sonny & Cher --Young Rascals - ""Please Love Me,"" ""How Can I Be Sure?"" & ""Mickey's Monkey"" --Joan Rivers (comedian) - talks about ""educating the single girl"" --Shelley Berman (comedian) - routine about a businessman handling fire phone calls at once --Ed Ames - ""Who Will Answer?""

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March 27, 1968

""County Fair"" --Eddy Arnold - ""Make the World Go Away"" and ""What's He Doing in My World?"" --Eddy Arnold and Patti Page - ""Tennessee Waltz,"" ""Mockin' Bird Hill"" and ""Doggie in the Window"" --Patti Page - ""Gentle on My Mind"" --The Cowsills - ""We Can Fly"" --The Amazing Mr. Ballantine --Jack Burns (comedian) - plays a man trying to win a prize for his wife at the county fair.

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Two on The Aisle

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April 3, 1968

""Two on the Aisle"" - A salute to NY's Shubert Theater with Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme. --Steve & Eydie perform a medley of songs from ""Golden Rainbow,"" their current play at The Shubert Theater. They also perform selections from earlier Shubert plays.

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April 24, 1968

County Fair #1 --Eddy Arnold (host) - ""Somebody Like Me,"" ""You Don't Know Me"" & ""I Wanna Go with You"" --Al Hirt - ""Java"" --Joanie Sommers & Eddy Arnold - ""Sunny"" --Joanie Sommers, Eddy Arnold and Al Hirt - ""Birth of the Blues,"" ""Basin Street Blues"" & ""Blues in the Night"" --All guests - sing ""County Fair"" --John Byner (comedian) - portrays an animal psychologist & a one-man acrobatic troupe --Mark Wilson (magician)

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May 1, 1968

County Fair #2 --Eddy Arnold --The Everly Brothers --Margaret Whiting --John Byner --Montford Mission

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May 15, 1968

County Fair #3 --Eddy Arnold (host) - ""The Sunshine Belongs to Me,"" ""I Really Don't Want to Know,"" ""No Matter Whose Baby"" and ""It's Over"" --Buck Owens - ""Tiger by the Tail,"" ""Sweet Rosie Jones"" and ""Happy Times Are Here Again"" --Chris & Peter Allen - ""Come Rain or Come Shine"" --Dana Valery - ""By the Light of the Silvery Moon"" and ""Old Devil Moon"" --John Byner (comedian) - does an impression of a tightrope walker.

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May 22, 1968

County Fair #4 --Eddy Arnold (host) - ""I'll Hold You in My Heart,"" ""Dear Heart"" and ""Honey"" --Phyllis McGuire - ""For Once in My Life"" --Phyllis McGuire and Eddy Arnold - ""Sugartime,"" ""Sincerely"" and ""Muskrat Ramble"" --Lee Hazlewood - ""Mornin' Dew"" --Montford Mission (folk-singers, seminarians) - ""Time's Passed Us By"" --Cliff Arquette (comedian, in character as Charley Weaver) - reads selections from the Mount Idy newspaper. --John Byner (comedian) - does impressions

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May 29, 1968

County Fair #5 (includes a salute to Broadway's ""Oklahoma"") --Eddy Arnold (host) - ""The Riddle Song,"" ""Turn the World Around,"" ""Gently on My Mind"" & ""Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'"" --The Brothers Four - ""Surrey with the Fringe on Top,"" ""San Francisco Bay Blues"" & ""I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"" --Anita Bryant - ""I'm Just a Girl Who Can't Say No"" & ""Yellow Days"" --John Byner (comedian-impressionist) --Gene Sheldon (comedy banjoist)

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June 5, 1968

County Fair #6 --Eddy Arnold - ""Love Finds a Way,"" ""Molly Darlin',"" ""What a Wonderful World"" and ""Can't Take My Eyes Off You"" --Shari Lewis - ""Supersonic Tonic"" (and does a routine with her puppet Hush Puppy) --New Christy Minstrels - ""Oh, Susannah"" and ""Last Days of July"" --Eddy Arnold and guests - Summer medley: ""Sing a Summer Song,"" ""June Is Bustin' Out All Over,"" ""The Things We Did Last Summer"" and ""Summertime"" --Harry Blackstone Jr. (magician) --John Byner (comedian) - does impressions of celebrities

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--John Davidson (host for 3 weeks) --Harper's Bizarre --Estelle Parsons --Pete Barbutti

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--John Davidson (host) - ""Secondhand Man,"" ""Suzanne,"" ""Back in Your Own Back Yard"" and ""This Is All I Ask"" --Barbara Feldon and John Davidson - ""This Guy's In Love with You"" --The Doodletown Pipers - medley: ""The Look of Love,"" ""Sunny"" and ""Can't Take My Eyes Off You"" --Pete Barbutti (comedian)

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--John Davidson (host) - ""Daydream"" (""What a Day for a Daydream""), ""Leavin' on a Jet Plane,"" ""I Will Wait for You"" and ""Today"" --Soupy Sales and John Davidson - ""I Dig Rock and Roll Music"" --Kaye Ballard sings ""Teeny Tiny"" --Irish Rovers - ""The Puppet Song""

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--Ed McMahon (host for 8 weeks) --Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons - ""Let's Hang On"" ""Saturday's Father"" --Frankie Valli - ""By the Time I Get to Phoenix"" --Richard Pryor (comedian) - monologue (re: being the skinniest kid in the gang & being the only working knight in the country) --Roger Williams (pianist) - ""The Impossible Dream,"" ""Dark Eyes"" & ""The Spinning Son"" --Lana Cantrell (singer from Australia) - ""I'm All smiles,"" ""The Fool on the Hill"" & ""Baby, Now That I've Found You"" --Billy Barnes (singer in the new talent spotlight) - ""Lover, Come Back to Me""

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--Ed McMahon (host) --Johnny Mathis - ""Camelot,"" ""I Say a Little Prayer,"" ""Moon River"" and ""Big Spender"" --Harper's Bizarre - ""Hey, You in the Crowd,"" ""Green Apple Tree"" and ""Both Sides Now"" --Jackie & Roy - ""Lady Madonna,"" ""Winds of Heaven"" and ""The Word"" --Eddie Hazell - ""Sunny"" and ""When Sunny Gets Blue"" --Jackie Vernon (comedian) - talks about his home town, Ferguson, Ohio.

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July 17, 1968

--Ed McMahon --Paul Anka --Dick Cavett --Pete Fountain --Dana Valery --Vic Perry (pickpocket)

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July 24, 1968

--Ed McMahon (host) and Doc Severinsen perform ""The More I See You"" --The Turtles perform ""The Battle of the Bands,"" ""Eleanore"" and ""The Story of Rock 'n' Roll Music"" --Gloria Loring - ""I've Gotta Be Me,"" ""One Note Samba"" and ""Did I Ever Really?"" --Doc Severinsen - ""Malaguena"" Comedy: --Flip Wilson - plays a guru in a comedy monolog --Tony Hendra and Nic Ullett (comedy team) - poke fun at Shakespeare and the UN

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--Ed McMahon (host) --Spanky & Our Gang - ""Like to Get to Know You"" & ""Stuperflabbergasted"" --Bobby Vinton - ""Honey"" & ""Come Back to Me"" --Shelley Berman (comedian) --Peter Nero (pianist) - ""I've Got Rhythm"" --Gerri Grange (singer) - ""Feelin' Groovy"" & ""I'm Beginning to See the Light""

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--Ed McMahon (guest host) --New Vaudeville Band - ""Whispering"" & ""Falling in Love Again"" --Joanie Sommers - ""Goin' Out of My Head,"" ""Sign of the Times"" & ""Hurts So Bad"" --Hines, Hines & Dad (song-and-dance trio with Gregory Hines) - ""The Beat Goes On"" --Norm Crosby (comedian) --Bob McGrath (singer) - ""Scarborough Fair"" --Joanie Sommers and Ed McMahon - ""Happiness""

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--Ed McMahon (guest host) --Sly and the Family Stone --The Four Tops --Joan Rivers (comedian) --Tim Hardin --Rita Gardner

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--Ed McMahon (guest host) --The Rascals - ""A Beautiful Morning"" & ""People Got to Be Free"" --Litlte Anthony and the Imperials - ""Exodus"" & ""Hello Goodbye"" --Barbara McNair - ""On a Clear Day"" --Charlie Manna (comedian)

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September 11, 1968

--Eddy Arnold (co-host) --Don Rickles (co-host) --Alan King (co-host) --Bobbie Gentry --Rocky Graziano --Joe Louis --Sugar Ray Robinson

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September 18, 1968

""Don Rickles' Brooklyn"" --Don Rickles --Joan Rivers --Steve Lawrence --Robert Merrill --Roy Campanella

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October 2, 1968

--Roy Rogers & Dale Evans --Sons of the Pioneers --Stiller & Meara --Kate Smith --Bobby Van

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October 9, 1968

--Alan King --Janet Leigh --Paul Lynde --Will Jordan

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October 16, 1968

--Eddy Arnold - ""This Land Is Your Land"" (with chorus and dancers) --Eddy Arnold - ""Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye"" and ""Up Above My Head"" --Eddy Arnold and Al Hirt - ""Back to Nashville, Tennessee"" --Al Hirt - ""Tenderly"" and ""You Made Me Love You"" --Jimmie Rodgers - ""The Lovers"" --Jimmie Rodgers and Eddy Arnold - ""Kisses Sweeter Than Wine,"" ""It's Over"" and ""Honeycomb"" --Eddy Arnold and Dana Valery - ""Hole in My Bucket"" --Dana Valery - ""I'm Gonna Go Fishin'"" and ""Cry Me A River"" --Pat Henry (comedian, does a stand-up monologue)

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October 23, 1968

Friars Club roasts Johnny Carson --Alan King (as the ""Roastmaster"") Other guests: --Groucho Marx --Ed Sullivan --Steve Allen --Flip Wilson --Dick Cavett --Ed McMahon --John V. Lindsay (mayor of New York City)

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November 13, 1968

""Comedy 2001 - Give Or Take A Few Weeks"" --Steve Allen --Julie Harris --Shelley Berman --Bill Dana --Lynn Kellogg

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November 20, 1968

Country Music Association Awards (taped at the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.):

Performers: --Roy Rogers & Dale Evans (co-hosts) - medley --Glen Campbell - ""By the Time I Get to Phoenix"" --Johnny Cash - ""Folsom Prison Blues"" --Bobby Goldsboro - ""Honey"" --Jeannie C. Riley - ""Harper Valley P.T.A."" --Tammy Wynette - ""D-I-V-O-R-C-E""

Other guests / presenters: --Roy Acuff --Chet Atkins --Pat Boone (offers a tribute to his late father-in-law Red Foley) --Dick Clark --Jimmy Dean --Roger Miller --Tex Ritter --Mickey Lolich (pitcher of the Detroit Tigers & hero of the World Series)

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December 4, 1968

""Alan King's Wonderful World of Aggravation"" --Alan King (host) --Angie Dickinson --Paul Lynde --David Frye (impressionist, imitates leading politicians) --Gunilla Knutson (blonde actress known for her Noxzema Shaving Cream commercials) Sketches include: --A gung-ho scoutmaster berates a father whose boy scout son has a poor attendance record. --A husband is annoyed by his wife's blind obedience to the whims of her interior decorator. --At a restaurant, a couple is distracted by a businessman partying with a showgirl at the next table.

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December 18, 1968

Christmas Show --Eddy Arnold --Burl Ives --Terry-Thomas --Lynn Kellogg --By George Singers

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January 8, 1969

--Nancy Sinatra --Don Ho --Rod McKuen --Sandler & Young --Pat Henry

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January 15, 1969

--Jack Jones --Debbie Reynolds --Johnny Cash --Godfrey Cambridge

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January 22, 1969

""Sound of the Sixties""

--Bobby Darin (host) - ""Let The Good Times Roll"" (opening song) --Bobby Darin also performs a medley that begins with ""Splish, Splash"" --Stevie Wonder - ""For Once in My Life"" and ""I Don't Know Why I Love You"" --Stevie Wonder and Bobby Darin - ""If I Were A Carpenter"" --Judy Collins - ""Both Sides Now"" and ""Someday Soon"" --Judy Collins and Bobby Darin - ""I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"" (a Bob Dylan song) --Laura Nyro - ""He's A Runner"" and ""Save the Country"" --Buddy Rich and his orchestra - ""West Side Story"" medley --Following the ""West Side Story"" medley, there's a short segment with Buddy Rich and Bobby Darin. Bobby starts dancing while Buddy plays some rifts on the drums. They then trade places with Bobby taking over the drums and Buddy dancing.

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January 29, 1969

--Eddy Arnold --The Cowsills --Polly Bergen --Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang --Browning Bryant

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February 5, 1969

""What It Was, Was Love"" - Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme sing love songs written by Gordon Jenkins. Jenkins appears as conductor.

Songs: ""Boys and Girls,"" ""What You Say,"" ""I Have a Secret Place of My Own,"" ""Where You Are,"" ""There Goes the Bride,"" ""To Be in Love"" and ""Room with a View,"" ""What It Was, Was Love,"" ""A Man,"" Which Way Is Yesterday"" and ""Old Man""

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Show satirizing life in California

--Don Adams and Don Rickles (co-hosts) --Kaye Ballard --Joseph Cotten - narrates a satirical documentary of Hollywood with Adams, Rickles and Ballard reenacting scenes from famous movies. Also: --The Beach Boys perform ""California Girls"" and ""I Can Hear Music""

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--Jimmy Durante (co-host) - sings ""This Is All I Ask"" --Don Knotts (co-host) --Jane Powell sings ""Cycles"" --Jimmy Durante plays the piano in a segment with Jane Powell. --Baja Marimba Band - ""A Taste of Honey,"" ""Brazillia,"" ""Flying High,"" ""Inka Dinka Do"" and ""Spanish Eyes"" --Jimmy Durante and Don Knotts - ""Dear World""

Comedy: --Jane Powell plays a contestant on a match-making show. --Don Knotts plays (1) a TV weatherman trying to ad-lib while he awaits the forecast from the weather bureau (2) a nervous speechmaker at a medical convention.

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March 5, 1969

""A Night Out With the Boys"" --Robert Goulet --Phil Silvers --The Lettermen --George Lindsey --Edward Villella

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March 12, 1969

--Wayne Newton --Judy Carne --Lucie Arnaz --Browning Bryant --Going Thing

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March 26, 1969

""Broadway's Best - 1969"" with songs from seven Broadway musicals --Henry Fonda (host) --Herschel Bernardi - ""If I Were a Rich Man"" (from ""Fiddler on the Roof"") --Joel Grey - ""Wilkommen"" (from ""Cabaret"") --Joel Grey (with singers and dancers) - ""Yankee Doodle Dandy,"" ""You're A Grand Old Flag"" and ""Mary"" (songs from ""George M!"") --Richard Kiley - ""Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote)"" & ""The Impossible Dream"" (songs from ""Man of La Mancha"") --Jane Morgan - ""If He Walked Into My Life"" (from ""Mame"") --Lynn Kellogg - ""Where Did I Go?"" & ""Walking In Space"" (songs from ""Hair"") --John Cunningham and Herschel Bernardi - ""I Am Free"" (from ""Zorba"") --Marian Mercer (from ""Promises, Promises"") appears in sketches.

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April 2, 1969

--Mike Douglas (host) - ""Try a Little Tenderness"" & ""The Most Beautiful Girl in the World"" --Lena Horne - ""Hello, Young Lovers"" & ""Softly, As I Leave You"" --Mike Douglas and Lena Horne - sing a medley of Horne's hits --Jeannie C. Riley - ""There Never Was a Time"" --Totie Fields (comedian) - plays a businesswoman with a male secretary (played by Mike Douglas) --Barbara Jo Rubin (female jockey) - the first woman to win the Aqueduct Race Course in New York --Debi Faubion (Junior Miss 1969)

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April 16, 1969

Johnny Cash (host) - ""Folsom Prison Blues,"" ""Rock Island Line,"" ""Wreck of the Old 97"" ""I Still Miss Her So"" and ""Water Into Wine""

--The Statler Brothers - ""Flowers on the Wall"" --Carl Perkins - ""Restless"" --Paul Lynde (comedian) --Don Ho - ""Tiny Bubbles,"" ""The Sands of Waikiki"" and ""Pearly Shells"" --Kate Smith - ""If Ever I Would Leave You"" --Browning Bryant (11-year-old singer) - ""Dawn Holds Another Day"" --The Tennessee Three (from Cash's traveling show)

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From London: --Peter Cook & Dudley Moore (co-hosts) comedy team, appear in several sketches

--Anne Bancroft - ""Limehouse Blues"" (with dancers) --Anne Bancroft with Dudley Moore (on harpsichord) - ""Scarborough Fair"" --Mel Torme - ""Hooray for Love,"" ""Hi Lili, Hi Lo"" and ""Little Green Apples""

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May 7, 1969

From London: --Peter Cook & Dudley Moore (co-hosts) comedy team, appear in several sketches --Donovan - sings ""Land of the Reedy River"" and ""The Sun Is a Very Magic Fellow"" --Dudley Moore's Jazz Trio and the Jack Parnell orchestra - perform the theme from ""Bedazzled""

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From London: --Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - ""Dominique,"" ""Malaguena"" & ""It's All Right with Me"" --Lena Horne - ""Cycles"" & ""People Gotta Be Free"" --Lena Horne with Sandler & Young - ""Pass Me By"" --Terry-Thomas (comedian) - appears in a sketch with Judy Carne about English speaking tourists in Spain. --Judy Carne (Summer 1969 series regular) - spoofs Spanish dancing (as part of a tribute to Spain)

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Second show from London: --Sandler & Young (hosts for Summer 1969) - ""Dominique,"" ""Put on a Happy Face,"" ""The Yodeling Song,"" ""My Funny Valentine"" & ""Elegy"" --Nancy Ames - ""Green Dolphin Street"" --Norman Wisdom - ""Mademoiselle de Paris"" --Norman Wisdom with Sandler & Young - ""Try a Little Tenderness"" --Judy Carne - ""I Will"" & ""One, Two, Three"" --All (entire cast) - ""When the World Was Young""

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Taped in London: --Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - ""Smile"" & ""La Fiacre"" --Ella Fitzgerald - ""That Old Black Magic"" & ""This Girl's in Love with You"" --Judy Carne - ""Punky's Dilemma"" --Norman Wisdom - ""The Joker"" --Norman Wisdom, with Sandler & Young - ""Watch What Happens""

Finale: A Tribute to the Circus with Carne performing with a trained bear and Young; Wisdom and Young as dog trainers.

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--Tony Sandler & Ralph Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - ""Dominique,"" ""Side by Side,"" ""One of Those Songs,"" ""Donegal,"" ""Danny Boy"" and ""Impossible Dream"" --Norman Wisdom - sings ""Look to the Rainbow"" --Judy Carne (with dancers) - ""Harrigan""

Comedy: --A sketch with Sid Caesar (as an Irish poet), Norman Wisdom (as a leprechaun) and Judy as a barmaid. Sandler and Young narrate the story. --Norman Wisdom plays an orchestra leader.

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Tony Sandler & Ralph Young (Summer 1969 co-hosts) --Sandler & Young - ""Together,"" ""Edelweiss,"" ""Down by the Old Mill Stream,"" ""The Whiffenpoff Song,"" ""I Believe"" & ""Ave Maria"" --Frank Gorshin (impressionist) --Judy Carne (from ""Laugh-In"") --Judy Carne, Sandler & Young - ""Feelin' Groovy"" --Norman Wisdom (British musical-comedy star) - ""Walking Happy"" (with dancers)

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--Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - ""Bye-Bye Blackbird,"" ""Pretty Things Come in Twos,"" ""Dick-a-Dum-Dum"" and ""Il Nostro Concerto"" --Judy Carne - ""My Old Desk"" --Norman Wisdom and Tony Sandler - ""Irish Eyes"" --dancers - ""Le Danseur"" Comedy: --Sid Caesar plays a young man on his first date. --blackouts on insurance

Finale: --Life in Italy

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July 2, 1969

From Hawaii (first of 5 shows hosted by Don Ho):

Music: --Don Ho - ""Welcome to My World"" and ""Born Free"" --Don Ho with native Hawaiian children - ""Feelin' Groovy"" and ""Hey, Jude"" --Don Ho and Carol Lawrence - ""I'll Never Fall in Love Again"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Both Sides Now"" and ""Yankee Doodle Dandy""/""You're A Grand Old Flag"" medley. --Robin Wilson - ""For Once In My Life"" --Angel Pablo - ""Impossible Dream""

Comedy: --Bill Dana

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--Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) --Lena Horne --Kaye Ballard --Norman Wisdom

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--Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - ""My Favorite Things,"" ""Trains and Boats and Things"" & ""If We Only Have Love"" --Carol Lawrence (with dancers) - ""Mad About the Boy,"" ""The Man that Got Away"" & ""There Are Hundreds and Thousands of Men in the World"" --Kaye Ballard - ""Sonny""

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--Tony Sandler & Ralph Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - Beatles medley (""Hey Jude,"" ""Eleanor Rigby,"" ""Michelle"" & ""And I Love Her"") --Sandler & Young - ""What the World Needs Now"" and ""S'ponsing"" --Kaye Ballard with Sandler & Young - ""Brazilian Love Song"" --Kaye Ballard - ""I Don't Want to Know"" --Judy Carne with Sandler & Young - ""Nola"" --Judy Carne - ""Ring-Around-the-Rosy Rag"" (with dancers)

Comedy: --Terry-Thomas (actor, comedian) - does a stand-up monologue regarding folk singing --Terry-Thomas and Kay Ballard - comedy sketch about psychiatry. --""Blackout"" sketches on doctors.

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--Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - Italian-American medley: ""76 Trombones,"" ""Wagon Wheels,"" ""Ave Maria,"" ""Funiculi, Funicula,"" ""Arrivederci, Roma,"" ""Moonlight and Roses"" and ""O Sole Mio""

--Barbara Feldon - ""Goldfinger"" (with dancers) --Sandler & Young with Judy Carne - clothes medley: ""High-Heeled Sneakers,"" ""Second-Hand Rose,"" ""Buttons and Bows"" & ""Scarlet Ribbons"" --All (entire cast) - ""Bill Bailey"" --Norman Wisdom (impressionist) - appears as a man watching a fire truck and a boxer in training.

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--Sandler & Young (Summer 1969 hosts) - ""Scarborough Fair,"" ""Both Sides Now"" & ""Toot Toot Tootsie, Goodbye"" --Cyd Charisse (dancer) - ""Chicago"" --Cyd Charisse - ""Change Partners"" (with dancers) --Dave King (British musical-comedy performer) - ""Canadian Sunset"" (with Sandler & Young)

--Judy Carne - ""Over the Rainbow""

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--Sandler & Young (co-hosts, hosting their last show of the Summer) - ""All I Need Is a Girl, ""Going Home,"" ""Mr. Boom-Boom"" --Sandler & Young - medley: ""Cotton Fields,"" ""Home on the Range,"" ""Diie"" and ""Old Folks at Home"" --Victor Borge (comedian - musician) - Themes from Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor --David Berglas (magician) --Judy Carne (series regular - Summer 1969) - ""I Think It's Going to Rain Today"" (with dancers)

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August 20, 1969

First of four shows from Hawaii: --Don Ho (host) - ""Tiny Bubbles,"" ""Gentle on My Mind"" and ""My Way"" --Stiller & Meara (comedy team) - do a Hawaiian version of ""Jonah and the Whale"" --Bobby Goldsboro - ""Little Green Apples"" & ""I'm a Drifter"" --Don Ho and Bobby Goldsboro - ""Country Boy"" --Robin Wilson - ""Soon It's Gonna Rain"" --Don Ho and Robin Wilson - ""What Now My Love?"" --Angel Pablo - ""Granada"" --Don Ho, Toby Alyn and the Eisner Sisters - ""Good Times""

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August 27, 1969

--Don Ho (host) --Rod McKuen --Pat Cooper (comedian)

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September 3, 1969

--Don Ho - ""Hawaiian Wedding Song,"" ""Didn't We?"" and ""Turn Around, Look at Me"" --Don Ho and Peter Nero - ""One Note Samba"" and ""Here's That Rainy Day"" --Peter Nero - ""It Was a Very Good Year"" --Robin Wilson - ""A House Is Not a Home"" --Don Ho and Robin Wilson - ""I'll Remember You"" and ""Born Free"" --Angel Pablo - ""The Impossible Dream"" --Don Ho and the Elsner Sisters - ""Night Life""

Comedy: --Minnie Pearl (comedian) - pokes fun at tourists' clothes

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September 10, 1969

--Don Ho --The Everly Brothers --Pat Henry

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--Alan King (host) --Alan King and Browning Bryant - ""The Straight Life"" --Browning Bryant (teenage singer) - ""Shenandoah"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Wait till the Sun Shines, Nellie"" --Carol Lawrence and Alan King - medley: ""Summertime,"" ""Blue Skies"" and ""Up a Lazy River"" --Marian Mercer (actress, from Broadway's ""Promises, Promises"") --Carl Ballantine (comedian)

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September 24, 1969

--Eddy Arnold (host) - ""That's How Much I Love You,"" ""I'll Hold You in My Heart"" & ""Make the World Go Away"" --Bobbie Gentry - ""Peaceful"" --Bernadette Peters --Phil Harris --Browning Bryant (teenage singer) - ""Patches"" --Phil Harris, Eddy Arnold and Bobbie Gentry - ""Muskrat Ramble"" --All guests - Country medley: ""By the Time I Get to Phoenix,"" ""Wichita Lineman,"" ""Jackson,"" ""Green Green Grass,"" ""Harper Valley PTA,"" ""Gentle on My Mind"" and ""Honey""

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October 1, 1969

""The Friars Roast Milton Berle"" with Alan King as the ""Roastmaster"" Guests: --Jack Benny --Red Buttons --Don Drysdale (former Dodger's pitcher) --Steve Lawrence --Jan Murray --Bishop Fulton J. Sheen --Henny Youngman

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October 8, 1969

--Wayne Newton (host) - ""Hello, My Baby,"" ""What Kind of Fool Am I?"" ""The Lord Must Be in New York City"" & ""Blowin' in the Wind"" --Michele Lee (singer-actress) - ""Runnin' Wild"" --Terry-Thomas (British comedian) - does a monologue on doors. --Hines, Hines & Dad (dancers) - ""Sweet Georgia Brown"" --Wayne Newton and Hines, Hines & Dad - ""Walkin' on New Grass"" Comedy sketches: --A reporter (Michele Lee) interviews a wacky fashion designer (Terry-Thomas). --A couple (Michele and Terry) is happily shipwrecked. --Terry plays a director describing his all-insect nudist movie.

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Country Music Association Awards (broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville) --hosted by Tennessee Ernie Ford

Scheduled performers: --Glen Campbell - ""Galveston"" --Johnny Cash - ""A Boy Named Sue"" & ""Daddy Sang Bass"" --Charley Pride - ""All I Have to Offer You Is Me"" --Freddy Weller - ""Games People Play""

Other guests/presenters (scheduled): --Chet Atkins --Gene Autry --The Carter Family --Roy Clark --Floyd Cramer --Bobby Goldsboro --Merle Haggard --Phil Harris --Bill Monroe --Fess Parker --Jimmie Rodgers

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October 22, 1969

""Alan King Stops the Press"" - a satrical look at newspapers Comedy: --Alan King (host) - does a monologue on editorials, horoscopes and cheesecake photos. --A husband (Alan King) gets a low score when his wife (Barbara Feldon) takes a ""rate your mate"" quiz. --Paul Lynde plays (1) a newspaper food critic (2) a sportswriter interviewing skinny rookie U.T. Thompson, played by Charlie Callas

Music: --Alan King - ""Didn't We?"" --Barbara Feldon - ""Fugue for Tinhorns"" and ""Spinning Wheel""

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November 5, 1969

--Eddy Arnold (host) - ""Morning of My Mind,"" ""Jean,"" ""Since December"" and medley (""Margie, Margie,"" ""Sweet Sue,"" ""Ida,"" ""My Name Is Sue"" and ""Molly Darlin'."") --The Lettermen - ""Shangri-La"" --Eddy Arnold and the Lettermen - medley: ""Smile (Though Your Heart Is Breaking),"" ""When I Fall In Love,"" ""A Summer Place,"" ""Love Is Blue,"" ""Our Day Will Come,"" ""Goin' Out of My Head,"" ""Can't Take My Eyes Off of You,"" ""Hurts So Bad"" and ""More"" --Browning Bryant - ""Moon River"" --Judy Carne - sings ""In My Life"" and does an Oliver medley. --Tom Seaver and the Lettermen - ""Nancy with the Laughing Face""

Comedy: --An advertising agent (Judy Carne) tries to sign Tom Seaver.

--Blackouts with Tom Seaver pitching

--In a sketch with Tom Seaver, Judy plays Tom's wife Nancy.

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November 19, 1969

""The Sound of Bacharach"" - features the music of Bacharach, plus a tribute to Harold Arlen.

--Lena Horne, Tony Bennett and Burt Bacharach perform a medley of Bacharach tunes. --Edward Villella (New York City ballet star) with partner - dance to ""This Guy's in Love with You"" and ""Promises, Promises.""

Tribute to Harold Arlen --Lena Horne - ""Stormy Weather"" (Harold Arlen song originally introduced by Lena at the Cotton Club ) --Lena, Tony, and Burt - medley of songs written by Harold Arlen (""I've Got the World on a String,"" ""Happiness is a Thing called Joe,"" ""Let's Fall in Love,"" ""Last Night When We were Young,"" ""Come Rain or Come Shine,"" ""Down with Love"" and ""Right as the Rain.""

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November 26, 1969

A Tribute to the ""Mistreated"" Consumer Music: --Alan King - sings ""I Can't Give You Anything but Love"" --Angie Dickinson - ""Daddy"" --Angie Dickinson and Alan King - ""Girl Talk"" --Paul Lynde (comedian) --Marian Mercer (from Broadway's ""Promises, Promises"")

Comedy: --A couple, Alan and Angie, have problems (1) collecting fire insurance from a reluctant insurance man, (2) buying a toaster and (3) coping with a greedy maitre d'

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December 10, 1969

""Johnny Cash - American Songbag"" with Special Guest Star - Miss Peggy Lee Songs of the American Heritage (woven around the writings of Carl Sandburg)

--Johnny Cash - ""This Land Is Your Land,"" ""Going to Memphis,"" ""Rock Island Line"" and ""Delia's Gone"" --Peggy Lee - ""Is That All There Is?"" --Johnny Cash and Peggy Lee - ""Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"" and a love song medley

--Carl Perkins - ""C.C. Rider"" --The Statler Brothers - ""Shenandoah"" --The Carter Family - ""Foggy Mountain Top"" --Johnny Cash and Browning Bryant - ""It Ain't Gonna Rain No More"" --Browning Bryant - ""Try to Remember"" --The Tennessee Three

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December 17, 1969

--Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme (co-hosts) - ""Come Back to Me,"" ""Walk On By,"" ""You and I,"" ""The Honeymoon Is Over,"" ""Didn't We?"" and ""Hurry Home for Christmas"" --Sonny & Cher - ""I'm Gonna Hold You Tighter"" --Sonny & Cher, Steve & Eydie - ""The Look of Love,"" ""Go Away, Little Girl"" & ""What the World Needs Now"" --Sid Caesar (comedian) --The Carnival (Brazilian rock group) - ""Laia Ladaia"" --Eydie Gorme and the Carnival - ""Son of a Preacher Man"" Comedy sketches: --Sid Caesar plays an older husband who's trying to keep up with his young wife. --Sid Caesar, Steve & Eydie parody sex education

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December 24, 1969

1969 Christmas Show --Wayne Newton (host) - ""Christmas Journey"" --The Cowsills - ""Silver Bells"" and ""Jingle Bell Rock"" --Jack Wild - ""Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"" --Julie Budd - ""My Favorite Things"" --Wayne Newton and Julie Budd - ""Winter Wonderland"" --Christopher Hewett (English actor, appearing as Charles Dickens) --The Singing Angels - ""Jingle Bells,"" ""Carol of the Bells"" and ""Silent Night"" --Wayne Newton and the Singing Angels - ""Do You Hear What I Hear?""

--""Oliver"" medley with Wayne Newton, Julie Budd, Jack Wild and the Cowsills: (1) ""Consider Yourself""; (2) ""Who Will Buy""; (3) ""I'd Do Anything"" (Jack Wild and Susan Cowsill); (4) ""Got To Pick a Pocket or Two"" (the Cowsills); (5) ""As Long as She Needs Me""

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--Alan King --Michele Lee --Paul Lynde --David Frye --Gene Baylos

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January 21, 1970

""The Friars Roast Jack Benny"" with Johnny Carson (as the Roastmaster) Guests: --Spiro Agnew (Vice-President) --Milton Berle --George Burns --Phil Harris --Dennis Day --Alan King --Ed Sullivan

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January 28, 1970

--Eddy Arnold (host) - ""Raindrops,"" ""Soul Deep,"" ""A Man's Kind of Woman"" and ""The Tennessee Waltz"" --Florence Henderson - ""People Gotta Be Free"" --Sacha Distel (singer-guitarist from France) - ""Bon Soir, dame"" --Eddy Arnold and Sacha Distel - ""Melodie d'Amour"" --Eddy Arnold, Florance Henderson and Sacha Distel - Richard Rodgers medley

Comedy: --Sid Caesar and Florence Henderson appear together in two sketches: (1) A butler tries, in vain, to work quietly while his employer, Mme. Davenport, sings an aria. (2) Leo the Lion encounters a lovely lioness.

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February 4, 1970

--Desi Arnaz (host) - ""Cuban Pete,"" ""Turn Around"" and ""Babalu"" --Vivian Vance --Bernadette Peters - ""Chewi Chewi"" & ""I Didn't Know What Time It Was"" --Desi Arnaz, Desi Arnaz, Jr. and Lucie Arnaz - ""Straw Hat Song"" --Desi Arnaz Jr. and Lucie Arnaz - ""Under the Bamboo Tree"" Comedy sketches include: --Desi playing an overage band leader at a high school prom.

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February 18, 1970

Music: --Petula Clark - ""I Couldn't Live without Your Love,"" ""Sign of the Times"" and ""A Natural Woman"" --Anthony Newley - performs a medley (of songs from his two big shows): ""The Joker,"" ""Look at That Face,"" ""Gonna Build a Mountain,"" ""What Kind of Fool am I"" & ""Just Once in a Lifetime"" --Lou Rawls - ""It Was A Very Good Year"" --Petula Clark and Lou Rawls - ""Three O'Clock in the Morning"" --Clark, Rawls and Newley - blues medley (""Mood Indigo,"" ""God Bless the Child"" & ""Kansas City"") Sketch: --Petula and Tony do a sketch about a pair of Cockney Vaudevillians whose act was called ""The Lovebirds.""

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February 25, 1970

""America in the '70's"" - a salute to the new decade

--Eddy Arnold - ""Soul Deep,"" ""Blowin' in the Wind"" and ""Tennessee Stud"" --Eddy Arnold and Anita Bryant - ""I'm Little But I'm Loud"" --Anita Bryant - ""New World Coming"" --Browning Bryant (teenage singer, not related to Anita) - ""Turn, Turn, Turn""

Comedy: --Arte Johnson appears in two sketches. He plays (1) an inventor presenting the world's first completely automated home; and (2) ""Mr. Crushed Velvet,"" the hottest young composer in the music industry.

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""Alan King's Wonderful World of Aggravation, Part II""

Sketches: --Mr. and Mrs. Plotman (Alan King and Anne Meara) find a few surprises when they visit their child's college on parents' day. --Alan King as a hospital patient dealing with a rowdy roomate (Paul Lynde). --Alan, Anne, Paul and Michele play a ""marriage game"" which could result in divorce.

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March 11, 1970

Music: --Steve Lawrence - ""Mama, a Rainbow"" --Eydie Gorme - ""Tonight I'll Say a Prayer"" --Peggy Lee - ""Me and My Shadow"" --Steve, Eydie and Peggy appear together in a concert segment.

Comedy: --""It Was a Very Good Year"" - vignettes with Steve and Eydie at ages 17, 21, 35 and 64. --Shecky Green (1) plays an Italian film director, and (2) joins Steve and Eydie in a spoof of old ""B"" movies.

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Guests: --Phil Silvers and Paul Lynde (co-hosts) --Barbara Feldon --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara - comedy routine: Jerry interviews Anne, a member of the Silent Majority.

--Joe Frazier and the Knockabouts (boxer with his rock group) - ""In the Midnight Hour"" --Rocky Graziano (cameo) - appears in a sketch with Silvers and Frazier about 2 shady boxing managers looking for a heavyweight. --All (entire cast) - appears in a parody of the movie ""They Shoot Horses, Don't They?""

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April 8, 1970

--Eddy Arnold - ""In the Middle of the Morning"" --Jackie DeShannon - ""You Keep Me Hangin' On"" & ""Hurt So Bad"" --John Davidson - ""Somewhere"" --Charlie Callas (comedian) - (1) does his own version of Marc Anthony's eulogy of Julius Caesar. (2) appears as a Mexican who possesses the secret of longevity. --Peter Matz orchestra

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Guests (First of two Country Music shows): --Phil Harris - ""Mr. Bojangles"" --Bobbie Gentry - ""He Made a Woman Out of Me"" --Bernadette Peters and Bobbie Gentry - ""Save the Country"" --Charley Pride - ""Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone?"" --Charley Pride and Phil Harris - ""Cotton Fields Back Home"" --Bernadette Peters - ""Golden Slumbers"" --John Hartford - ""Meanwhile, You Sit by My Banjo""

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Guests (second of a two-part Country Music show): --Phil Harris (co-host) --Bobbie Gentry (co-host) - ""Rainmaker"" --Bernadette Peters - ""California Dreamin'"" --Roy Clark - ""I Never Picked Cotton"" --John Hartford - ""Tear-Stained Monologue"" --Jackie Benington (1969 America's Junior Miss) --All guests - medley: ""Brother Love's Salvation Show,"" Walk a Mile in My Shoes,"" ""Let It Be,"" ""Bridge Over Troubled Water"" & ""Peace in the Valley""

Comedy: --Roy Clark pulls some comic cure-alls out of a medicine bag.

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--Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""No One but You,"" ""That's Why I Love Her,"" ""This Guy's in Love with You"" & ""Anytime"" --Robert Morse - ""Lonely Town"" --Liberace - ""San Francisco"" --Teresa Graves (from ""Laugh-In"") - ""I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"" --Elke Sommer - ""Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"" --Jack Douglas (comedy writer) --The MacGregor Brothers (comedians) --Des O'Connor and the MacGregor Brothers - ""You Always Hurt the One You Love""

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Guests: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""My Cup Runneth Over,"" ""Butterflies in the Rain"" & ""The Other Man's Grass"" --Dusty Springfield - ""Free Girl"" & ""How Can I Be Sure?"" --Dusty Springfield and Des O'Connor - ""Messing About on the River"" --Dyan Cannon - ""If You Go Away"" --Gene Barry - ""Clouds"" --Terry-Thomas --Jack Douglas --The MacGregor Brothers (comedians) --Jim Couton and his dog Rex

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""Something,"" ""This Guy's in Love with You,"" ""One of Those Songs"" & ""Anytime"" --Dan Blocker and Des O'Connor - ""I'll Learn Ya"" --Jo Anne Worley - ""Hungry"" --Mireille Mathieu - ""I Live for You"" & ""When You Return"" --Mireille Mathieu and Des O'Connor - ""Boom,"" ""My Heart Sings,"" The Last Waltz""

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--Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""With Pen in Hand,"" ""Sign of the Singing Symbol,"" ""Applause"" & ""Anytime"" --Carol Lawrence and Des O'Connor - ""I'll Never Forgive Myself"" --Carol Lawrence - ""What are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?"" --Bob Denver (actor-comdian) --Val Doonican - ""Agricultural Irish Girl"" --Val Doonican and Des O'Connor - medley: ""I Love Because,"" Welcome to My World"" & ""That's Why I Love Her""

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An Evening with Burt Bacharach --Burt Bacarach and Dionne Warwick - ""Make it Easy on Yourself"" & ""Loneliness Remembers What Happiness Forgets"" --Dionne Warwick - ""What the World Needs Now is Love"" --Burt Bacarach and Joel Grey - ""What's New Pussycat?"" --Joel Grey - ""Anyone Who Had a Heart,"" ""This Guy's In Love With You"" & ""Bridge Over Troubled Water"" --Sacha Distel (French singer-guitarist) - ""The Good Life""

--Sacha Distel and Burt Bacarach - ""Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head""

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June 24, 1970

Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""Something,"" ""That Old Feeling,"" ""Anytime"" and ""UFOing"" --Martha Raye - ""Watch the Birdie"" --Martha Raye and Phil Harris - ""You Say the Nicest Things"" --Phil Harris - ""Gentle on My Mind"" --Phil Harris and Des O'Connor - ""Chesapeake Bay"" --Sandie Shaw - ""Wight is Wight"" (actual title, not a typo) Comedy: --Haunted house sketch with Martha Raye, Phil Harris and Des O'Connor. --A spoof of crime films with Des O'Connor and series regular Jack Douglas.

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--Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""Mona Lisa,"" ""Didn't We?"" ""Call Me"" ""The Impossible Dream,"" ""Me and My Shadow"" & ""Portrait of My Love"" --Julie London - ""Softly, As I Leave You"" & ""Daddy"" --Terry-Thomas - medley: ""Thank Heaven for Little Girls,"" ""Under the Bridges of Paris,"" ""Wand'rin' Star"" & ""Tip-Toe Through the Tulips"" --Jo Anne Worley (comedian, from ""Laugh-In"") - ""I Want a Lot of Everything"" Series regulars (Summer 1970): --Jack Douglas --The MacGregor Brothers --Jim Couton --Rex

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July 8, 1970

Show taped in London: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""It Had to Be You,"" ""It's Raining in My Heart"" & ""You Are My Lucky Star""

--Sid Caesar (comedian, appears in two sketches) --Edie Adams - ""One Step"" --Edie Adams & Des O'Connor - medley: ""I Feel a Song Coming On,"" ""Without a Song,"" ""Alfie,"" ""These Foolish Things"" & ""I'm in Love with You"" --Matt Monro - ""For Once in My Life"" --Matt Monro & Des O'Connor - ""That Old Black Magic""

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""When Joanna Loved Me"" ""Didn't We?"" & ""Deed I Do"" --Vikki Carr - ""Singing My Song"" --Vikki Carr and Des O'Connor - ""I'll Never Fall in Love Again"" --Vikki Carr and George Gobel - ""Something to Remember You By""

--George Gobel - ""Indian Summer"" --Mrs. Mills (British comedian) and Des O'Connor - ""You're My Everything"" --Roy Hudd (British comedian) - ""Give Me That Old Shoe"" and ""Today I Loved Everybody"" Comedy: --Vikki Carr plays amateur psychologist who tries to analyze husband Des --Roy Hudd and Des O'Connor do a mock adagio dance --George Gobel and Des O'Connor try to unload a sizzling bomb

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""Getting to Know You,"" ""Rainy Day,"" ""Can't Take My Eyes Off of You"" & ""Green, Green Grass of Home"" --Clodagh Rogers - ""Wolf"" --Clodagh Rogers & Des O'Connor - ""The Bird Walk"" --Des O'Connor, Arte Johnson, George Kirby & Jim Cauton - sing ""There'll Be Some Changes Made"" --Raphael (from Spain) - ""Bueno Amigo"" Comedy: --Arte Johnson (comedian) - Arte rapidly ages while singing ""Too Young"" --George Kirby (comedian) - does impressions of Ed Sullivan, Pearl Bailey and John Wayne.

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--Burt Bacharach (with singers and orchestra) - ""Always Something There to Remind Me,"" ""Alfie,"" and a medley of Bacharach's hits. --Burt Bacharach and Dusty Springfield - ""A House is Not a Home"" --Dusty Springfield - ""Knowing When to Leave"" --Juliet Prowse - ""Do You Know the Way to San Jose?"" --Mireille Mathieu (French singer) - ""I'm Coming Home"" --All performers - Beatles medley --Plus, a film clip from ""Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"" featuring Burt Bacharach's Oscar winning song ""Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head.""

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August 5, 1970

Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""The Nearness of You"" & ""Quiet Night of Quiet Stars"" --Bobby Vinton - ""No Arms Can Ever Hold You"" --Harry Secombe (British actor-comedian) - ""Catari"" --Sacha Distel (French singer-guitarist) - ""It Can Happen to You"" Comedy sketches: --Britt Ekland and Des O'Connor play lovers who keep getting interrupted. --A puppet show sketch with Britt Ekland, Harry Secombe and Des O'Connor. --Harry Secombe plays Des O'Connor's stuffy singing teacher

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""Anytime"" & ""When You're Smiling"" --Jimmie Rodgers - ""Child of Clay"" --Jimmie Rodgers, Connie Stevens and Jimmy Edwards - ""By Myself"" --Connie Stevens - ""Save the Country"" --Des O'Connor and Jimmy Edwards - ""Those Were the Days""

Comedy: --Des O'Connor, Jimmie Rodgers and Connie Stevens perform a ""wacky"" medley of Western tunes --A spoof of ""Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe?""

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--Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) --Al Martino - ""My Way"" --Al Martino & Des O'Connor - ""Careless Hands"" --Des O'Connor - ""For Once in My Life"" & ""With These Hands"" --Phyllis Diller (comedian, appears in a sketch with Des O'Connor) --Lonnie Donegan and Des O'Connor - ""After Taxes"" --Mireille Mathieu - ""Can Butterflies Cry?"" --Mireille Marhieu & Des O'Connor - ""Loneliness""

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August 26, 1970

Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""Thinking of You,"" ""World of Dreams"" & ""Honey"" --Kaye Stevens - ""Eli's Coming"" --Phil Silvers, Kaye Stevens and Johnny Vyvyan - ""If I Were Not in TV"" --Phil Silvers, Kaye Stevens and Des O'Connor - ""Everybody Ought to Have a Maid"" --Des O'Connor and New Faces - ""Danny Boy"" --New Faces - ""Summertime"" Comedy: --Phil Silvers plays a derelict trying to mooch a meal --Des' parents (Phil Silvers and Kaye Stevens) catch him kissing the maid --Blackouts on driving instructors, life rafts and the guillotine.

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September 2, 1970

Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1970 host) - ""It Had to Be You,"" ""The Impossible Dream,"" ""Possibilities,"" ""One of Those Songs"" and ""Anytime""

--Kaye Ballard, Des O'Connor & Dana Valery - ""It Had to Be Me,"" ""I Am My Sunshine"" and ""I'm the Cream in My Coffee"" --Dana Valery - ""I've Never Been This Close to Love Before"" --Val Doonican (British singer) - ""Love of a Gentle Woman"" --Roy Castle (singer-comedian), Val Doonican and Des O'Connor - ""What Is an Englishman?"" Comedy: --""The Now Man"" - Kaye Ballard with a musical spoof of men's fashions. --Kaye Ballard, Des O'Connor, and Dana Valery do song parodies about egomania.

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September 16, 1970

Season Premiere: ""Women's Liberation"" theme Sketches: --Eva Gabor plays a female baseball player giving an interview.

--A newly liberated woman (Eva Gabor) and her husband (Paul Lynde) share their newfound happiness with friends (Alan King & Anne Meara). --An elderly couple (Alan King and Totie Fields) argue over who is is charge of the family. The couple sings ""Do You Love Me?"" --A runaway wife returns home. The husband is Alan King and the wife is...Paul Lynde!

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September 23, 1970

Music: --Anthony Quinn and Peggy Lee - ""What Is a Woman?"" & ""Love Story."" --Peggy Lee - ""He's Got the Whole World in His Hands,"" ""Lost in the Stars,"" ""Don't Explain"" & ""Me and My Shadow.""

The duo also appeared in a few vignettes: (1) a scene from ""Requiem for a Heavyweight"" (2) a ""carnival barker"" (3) a scene from a Thomas Wolfe novel

--Anthony Quinn and Peggy Lee also appeared as three different couples (an English couple, a Japanese couple and an Italian couple) in three short scenes. Each scene ended with the words ""you don't love me anymore.""

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September 30, 1970

Friars roast Don Rickles --Johnny Carson (Roastmaster) --Milton Berle --George C. Scott --Alan King --Henny Youngman --Dick Cavett --Chet Huntley

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""Things Ain't What They Used to Be"" - a comedic look at modern life with Alan King, Lena Horne, Charles Nelson Reilly, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.

Comedy: --Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara play (1) a couple having an argument during their visit to the top of a skyscraper construction site; (2) parents aggravated by their college drop-out son (played by Charles Nelson Reilly).

--A patient (Alan King) suffering from back troubles visits an indifferent doctor (Charles Nelson Reilly)

NBC repeated this show on April 28, 1971.

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4th Annual Country Music Association Awards (broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville) --hosted by Tennessee Ernie Ford Scheduled performers: --Tennessee Ernie Ford - ""Sixteen Tons""

--Merle Haggard - ""Okie From Muskogee""

--Charley Pride - ""I'm So Afraid of Losing You""

--Marty Robbins - ""My Woman, My Woman, My Wife""

Nominees scheduled to appear:

--Lynn Anderson --Glen Campbell --Johnny Cash --Roy Clark --Merle Haggard --Loretta Lynn --Dolly Parton --Charley Pride --Marty Robbins --Connie Smith --Conway Twitty --Tammy Wynette

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October 21, 1970

--Robert Goulet & Carol Lawrence --Martin Landau & Barbara Bain

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October 28, 1970

--Milton Berle --Sid Caesar --Phil Silvers

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The Kopy Kats

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November 11, 1970

""The Kopycats"" with Edie Adams, David Frye, Frank Gorshin, Will Jordan, George Kirby and Rich Little doing celebrity impressions.

Impersonations (comedy sketches):

--David Brinkley interviews Hubert Humphrey, Nelson Rockefeller and George Wallace. --Pearl Bailey and Al Jolson sing a duet. --Howard Cosell interviews Truman Capote. --A western barroom shootout between Walter Brennan, Andy Devine, Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda.

NBC repeated this show on May 12, 1971.

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November 18, 1970

""Don Adams Investigates The Detectives""

Sketches: --""Sam Spade and the Maltese Parakeet"" with Don Adams (imitating Bogart), Raymond Burr, Will Jordan and Elisha Cook. --Don Adams also plays Charlie Chan --""Tony Romeo"" with David Janssen --""Four on the Isle"" - a spoof of Agatha Christie's ""Ten Little Indians"" Also blackouts spoofing ""The Untouchables,"" ""Dragnet"" and ""77 Sunset Strip""

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December 2, 1970

--Robert Young & Jane Wyatt --Lucie & Desi Arnaz Jr. --The Young Americans

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December 9, 1970

""Love & Marriage"" part 1: --Alan King --Michele Lee --James Coco --Stiller & Meara --Nancy Walker

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December 16, 1970

""Love & Marriage, Part 2"" Comedy: --Alan King as Skakespeare and Michele Lee as his wife, who gives him his inspiration. --Alan King and Nancy Walker are parents who see their plain daughter in entirely different lights. --Alan King and James Coco as divorce lawyers who become too emotional about their clients. --A card player asks his buddies, ""Why can't A woman be more like a man?""

Music: --Michele Lee - sings ""I Don't Care"" and ""It Never Entered My Mind""

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December 23, 1970

""The Eve Before Christmas Eve"" (a Christmas musicale) --Eddy Arnold --Brenda Lee --Charley Pride --The Klowns

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January 6, 1971

""On Stage: Miss America"" - Variety hour with 5 Miss America winners & 5 talent winners. --Hosted by Bert Parks Five current and past Miss America winners: --Phyllis George (reigning Miss America) --Judith Anne Ford (1969) - doing a trampoline act. --Debra Barnes (1968) - playing Chopin on piano --Vonda Kay Van Dyke (1965) - sings with Bert Parks --Mary Ann Mobley (1959) - sings ""Celebration"" Five women who won the talent catagory: --Anita Bryant (1958) - ""The Impossible Dream"" --Ann Fowler (1960) - ""I Got Love"" --Susan Henryson (1961) - ""Lorelei"" --Betty Buckley (1966) - ""Cycles."" --Adria Easton (1969) - baton twirling

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January 13, 1971

""Alan King Plays the Games People Play""

Sketches --James Coco and Anne Meara are a married couple trying not to have a fight. --Alan King plays the star of his son's cinema verite project. --Alan King plays a long-suffering hospital patient --""The Pop Game"" - the cast does a roll call of ""in"" people and trends. Music: --Mary Ann Mobley - ""Games People Play"" --All (entire cast) - Your Health, My Friends""

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January 20, 1971

""The Kopy Kats Kopy TV"" --The cast does impressions of actors and TV stars. This includes parodies of (1) classic movies shown on the late show (2) the ""Honeymooners"" series, and (3) Johnny Carson and his ""Tonight Show"" guests. --In a serious moment, George Kirby pays tribute to Joe Louis, the onetime boxing heavyweight champion of the world.

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January 27, 1971

Friars roast Jerry Lewis --Johnny Carson (as the Roastmaster) --Milton Berle --Jack Carter --Charlie Callas --Alan King --Rex Reed (the movie critic) --Don Rickles

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February 3, 1971

""Locker Room Follies"" --Don Rickles --Joe Frazier (heavyweight champion) --Bill Russell (basketball player) --Vic Hadfield (hockey player) --Boog Powell (baseball player) --Alex Karras (football player) --Tony Conigliaro (baseball player) --The Harlem Magicians (basketball) Sketches: --Rickles plays a doctor overwhelmed by a string of injured athletes. --A 98-year-old football coach gives his team a pep talk. --""The Loser"" - Rickles as a locker-room attendant recalling his days as a football player. --The cast appears in a ""Gunsmoke"" parody.

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February 10, 1971

""Eddie Arnold & the Young Americans"" --Loretta Lynn --Marty Robbins

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""Alan King's Wonderful World of Aggravation...1971""

Comedy: --Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara are former sweethearts reminiscing at a high school reunion. --Marriage counselor sketch with Anne Meara and Alan King as an incompatable couple. --Alan King plays a man named Oscar Plotman, who's dealing with his free-loading brother-in-law (played by Coco)

Music: --Lena Horne - ""To a Small Degree"" --Lena Horne and Alan King - ""Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries""

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March 3, 1971

""A Festival of Music"" --Chet Akins --Boots Randolph --Lynn Anderson --Floyd Cramer

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Surburbia, U.S.A.

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March 17, 1971

""Surburbia, U.S.A."" --Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme --Barbara Feldon --Sid Caesar --Anne Meara

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March 31, 1971

""A Salute to the Oscars"" --Bette Davis --Michele Lee --Stiller & Meara --Frank Gorshin

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From London: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) --Jack Benny --New Faces --Connie Stevens (series regular) --Jack Douglas (series regular) --Mike Sammes singers (series regulars)

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From London (encore show - same guests as last week): --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""To Be the One You Love,"" ""Anytime"" & ""The Tip of My Fingers"" --Jack Benny - appears in 2 comedy skits --New Faces & Des O'Connor - ""Look What They've Done to My Song, Ma"" --Connie Stevens (series regular) - ""The Whiffenpoof Song"" & ""When I Look in Your Eyes"" --Connie Stevens & Des O'Connor - ""Jackson""

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From London: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) --Dom DeLuise (1st of 4 appearances) --Connie Stevens (series regular)

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From London: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - sings ""Everybody's Talkin',"" ""Green Green Grass of Home,"" ""To Be the One You Love,"" ""Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head,"" ""Anytime"" & ""Girl Talk"" --Dom DeLuise (2nd of 4 appearances) --Connie Stevens (series regular) --Jack Douglas (comedian)

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From London: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - sings ""Me and My Shadow,"" ""The Song of My Life,"" ""My Cup Runneth Over, ""To Be the One You Love,"" ""Anytime"" & ""When Joanna Loved Me."" --Dom DeLuise (3rd of 4 appearances) --Connie Stevens (series regular) --Jack Douglas (comedian)

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From London: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - sings ""Tennessee Birdwalk,"" ""Dream,"" ""The One I Love,"" ""You'll Never Know,"" ""I Think of You,"" ""Unchained Melody,"" ""Anytime"" & ""Rambling Rose."" --Dom DeLuise (4th of 4 appearances) - in a sketch, plays a policeman trying to arrest a woman (Connie Stevens) for littering. --John Le Mesurier (British TV star) --Connie Stevens (series regular) - ""Pocketful of Keys"" & ""For Once in My Life""

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Music: --Phyllis Diller, Connie Stevens and Des O'Connor - ""By the Light of the Silvery Moon"" --Connie Stevens - ""Jumpin' Jack Flash"" --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""Firefly"" and ""Unchained Melody"" --Des O'Connor - medley: ""Dream,"" ""If I Had You,"" ""My Melancholy Baby"" and ""I'm Always Chasing Rainbows""

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Music: --Connie Stevens - ""Another Hundred People"" --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""That's Why I Love Her,"" ""To Be the One You Love"" and ""Knock Three Times"" --Des O'Connor - medley: ""In My World of Dreams,"" ""Once in a While"" and ""Unforgettable""

Comedy: --Charlie Callas (1st of 5 guest appearances) - mimics famous movie stars. --Joe Baker and Des O'Connor portray Laurel and Hardy.

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""When You're Smiling,"" ""Let There Be Love,"" ""Nola,"" ""The Good Life"" --Des O'Connor - medley: ""World of Dreams,"" ""Don't Blame Me,"" ""I'll See You in My Dreams"" and ""Dream"" --Connie Stevens - ""Hands off the Man""

Comedy: --A Prisoner-of-War sketch with Joe Baker, Charlie Callas and Des O'Connor. --Charlie Callas spoofs gangster movie death scenes.

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""King of the Road,"" 'Young and Foolish,"" ""Unchain My Heart"" --Des O'Connor - medley: ""In My World of Dreams,"" ""Cuddle Up a Little Closer"" and ""I'm Confessin'""

Comedy: --Laurel and Hardy (Des O'Connor and Joe Baker) are confronted by a ticket-writing cop (Charlie Callas).

--A couple (Connie Stevens and Des O'Connor) try to fire their overbearing maid.

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""Let There Be Love"" and medley (""World of Dreams,"" ""But Beautiful"" and ""It's Easy to Remember"") --Connie Stevens - ""The Banner Man""

Comedy: --Charlie Callas imitates different types of honeymooners. --Charlie Callas plays the world's oldest bullfighter interviewed by talk-show host Des O'Connor.

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Music: --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""Hey, Baby,"" ""I Must Go Home Tonight,"" ""When You're Hot, You're Hot"" and ""If I Ruled the World"" --Connie Stevens - ""Someone Who Cares""

Comedy: --Joe Baker (British comedian) and Des O'Connor appear as Laurel and Hardy. --Continued from the previous week: The world's oldest bullfighter (Charlie Callas) appears on a talk-show.

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Music: --Buddy Greco - ""MacArthur Park"" (with dancers) --Des O'Connor, Buddy Greco and Connie Stevens - ""Proud Mary"" --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""If I Ruled the World"" and medley (""World of Dreams,"" ""Somebody Else Is Taking My Place,"" ""There Goes My Everything"" and ""Dream"")

Comedy: --Jack Douglas plays an annoying salesman. --A couple (Des O'Connor and Connie Stevens) celebrate their 10th anniversary by fighting.

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September 1, 1971

Music: --Keith Michell - ""Let's Walk by the Sea"" --Terry-Thomas - ""It Could Have Been So Pleasant"" and ""The Night I Appeared as Macbeth"" --Des O'Connor (Summer 1971 host) - ""Try a Little Kindness,"" ""Misty"" and ""You've Got Your Troubles"" --Des O'Connor - medley: ""In My World of Dreams,"" ""Say It Isn't So"" and ""It Had to Be You""

Comedy: --Terry-Thomas presents his version of the American Revolution. --Keith Mitchell tutors Des O'Connor on the art of Shakespearean acting.

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