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Season 1 (NBC) (1969-70)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox, Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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NBC Saturdays 7:30-8:30pm Eastern
Produced by Alan Bernard & Andy Williams
Regulars:
Charlie Callas, Professor Irwin Corey, Janos Prohaska, Jerry Maren
with
The Mike Post Orchestra, The Jaime Rogers Singers, The Andre Tayir Dancers, The Earl Brown Dancers

[01] The Andy Williams Show
20Sep1969
guest cast:
Petula Clark
Don Ho
Blood Sweat and Tears
The Edwin Hawkins Singers

Highlights:
Petula and Andy duet on "Happiness Is", "Happiness Runs" and "Mother Brown".
Petula sings "Games People Play" and "London Is London".

[02] The Andy Williams Show
27Sep1969
guest cast:
Roy Rogers
Dale Evans
Donovan
Irwin Corey
Arte Johnson
Tony Joe White

Highlights:
Donovan & Andy sing "Someone's Singing".

[03] The Andy Williams Show
04Oct1969 (rerun 27Dec69)
guest cast:
Johnny Cash
Claudine Longet
Jonathan Winters
Kenny Rogers and The First Edition


[04] The Andy Williams Show
11Oct1969
guest cast:
Peggy Lee
Danny Thomas
Victor Borge
Ray Stevens
The Osmond Brothers


[05] The Andy Williams Show
18Oct1969
guest cast:
Don Knotts
Ray Charles
Mama Cass Elliot
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Osmond Brothers

[06] The Andy Williams Show
25Oct1969
guest cast:
Bob Newhart
Nancy Sinatra
Davy Jones
Tiny Tim
Kenny Rogers and The First Edition


[07] The Andy Williams Show
01Nov1969 [rerun 19Jun71]
guest cast:
Rod Serling
Debbie Reynolds
Henry Mancini
Flip Wilson
The Edwin Hawkins Singers

Highlights:
Debbie sings "Make a Rainbow".
Edwin Hawkins Singers sing "Oh, Happy Day".
Andy sings "Let's Get Together", "You Are Everything Is" & "If I Ruled the World".
Andy & Debbie duet on "Give a Little Love".
Henry and Andy perform "Charade" and "Me, Natalie".
Rod Serling narrates an elaborate saloon sketch in which Debbie spoofs Mae West and Andy does W.C. Fields.
Flip plays Andy's fairy godmother and tries to rent a room for himself and the cooky-mooching bear.

[08] The Andy Williams Show
08Nov1969
guest cast:
Judy Collins
Dick Smothers
Tom Smothers
Gary Puckett with the Union Gap


[09] The Andy Williams Show
15Nov1969 [rerun 15May71]
guest cast:
Jimmy Durante
Jackie DeShannon
The Grass Roots

and Australian singer Rolf Harris

[10] The Andy Williams Show
22Nov1969
guest cast:
Mary Hopkin
Jo Anne Worley
Jonathan Winters
Loadstone
The Osmond Brothers
Highlights:
Mary sings "Those Were the Days", "Both Sides Now" and "Yesterday".
Andy & Loadstone perform "Get Together".

[11] The Andy Williams Show
29Nov1969 [rerun 03Jul71]
guest cast:
Bob Hope
James Garner
Dusty Springfield
Ray Stevens

Highlights:
Andy sings "Leaving On A Jet Plane" & "More".
Dusty sings "A Brand New Me".
Ray sings a hit medley.
Andy & Dusty duet on "Blue Eyes".
The Osmonds sing "Make the Music Flow".
Andy & the Osmonds sing "With a Little Help From My Friends".
The Weirdos heckle their host in "For Once In My Life".
Sketches:
Bob Hope and James Garner spoof an auto commercial.
Regulars:
Janos Prohaska
The Osmond Brothers
Mike Post Orchestra

[--] 06Dec1969 The Andy Williams Show is pre-empted for a Hallmark Hall of Fame special titled "The Littlest Angel".

[12] The Andy Williams Show
13Dec1969 (rerun 28Mar70)
guest cast:
Ken Berry
Peggy Lipton
The Temptations

Highlights:
Andy sings "Proud Mary", "Who Can I Turn To?", "English Country Gardens", "The Look of Love", "God Only Knows",
"Can't Get Used to Losing You" and "Climb Every Mountain".
The Temptations perform "A Time For Us".
Ken sings "Sighin', Dyin', Cryin' and Goin' Away".
Peggy sings "Lu".
Andy & Peggy duet on "I Want to Be Free" and "Born Free".

[13] The Andy Williams Show
20Dec1969
guest cast:
Claudine Longet
The Williams Brothers

Highlights:
A family gathering of the Williams clan tonight. He is joined by his wife (Claudine Longet), his parents,
brothers Dick, Don and Bob and the happy assortment of nieces, nephews, sister and brother-in-law and all those children.
The Osmond Brothers join in with The Williams Brothers to perform "Jingle Bells."
The whole family singing "Let's Waltz Around the Christmas Tree".
Claudine soloing to her infant son, "Thank You, Baby".
Andy sings "Oh, Holy Night".
Andy and Claudine Williams duet on "Silent Night."
Highlights:
Andy is joined by his wife (Claudine Longet), his parents, brothers Dick, Don and Bob and an assortment of nieces,
nephews, a sister and brother-in-laws and all those children, as well as The Osmond Brothers.
The Williams Brothers sing "Jingle Bells".
The family sings "Let's Waltz Around the Christmas Tree".
Claudine sings to her baby, "Thank You, Baby".
Andy sings "O Holy Night".
Andy & Claudine duet with "Silent Night".

[--] The Andy Williams Show
27Dec1969 (rerun from 04Oct69)
guest cast:
Johnny Cash
Jonathan Winters
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition
Claudine Longet


[14] The Andy Williams Show
03Jan1970 (rerun 11Apr70)
guest cast:
James Garner
Jimmy Durante
Leslie Uggams
Judy Carne


[15] The Andy Williams Show
10Jan1970 (rerun 30May70)
guest cast:
Mama Cass Elliot
Arte Johnson
Ray Stevens
Sam Jaffe

Highlights:
Mama Cass Elliot sings "One-Way Ticket" & "All By Myself".
Andy sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head", "This Is All I Ask", "Lonely Street" and "Holly Holy".
Arte does "Actors on a Stage".
Ray sings "Help!".
Andy & Cass duet on "Bye-Bye Blackbird" & "Blackbird".
Sketches:
Arte Johnson, Sam Jaffe and Andy do a comedy number with "It Could Happen to You" - and it does.
Mike Post Orchestra

[16] The Andy Williams Show
17Jan1970 [rerun 26Jun71]
guest cast:
Kate Smith
Don Ho
The Rascals
The Osmond Brothers

Highlights:
Kate sings "Where Do I Go?" and offers a comedy version of "The Party's Over".
Don sings "Honey, Come Back".
Andy sings "I'll Never Fall In Love Again", "Village of Ste. Bernadette", "This Nearly Was Mine" and "Hey, Jude".
The Rascals perform "Hold On".
Andy and Don duet on "Tiny Bubbles".
The Osmonds do a Western medley.
Andy and the Rascals do "People Gotta Be Free" & "Groovin'".
Sketches:
In a comedy number Kate sings "The Party's Over" in the midst of a raging party.
Regulars:
Jaime Rogers Dancers
Mike Post Orchestra

[17] The Andy Williams Show
24Jan1970
guest cast:
Jimmie Rodgers
Deanna Lund
Charlie Callas
Tiny Tim
The Lettermen


[18] The Andy Williams Show
31Jan1970
guest cast:
Ken Berry
Rosey Grier
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
Charlie Callas
Magician Carl Ballantine
The Jackson Five

Highlights:
Andy & Ken do a production number to "New York Suite".
Andy sings "If I Ruled the World" and "Without Love".

[19] The Andy Williams Show
07Feb1970
Co-produced by Chris Beard & Allan Blye
Directed by Art Fleber
Written by Mark Shekter, Bob Arnott, George Burdits, Bryan Joseph, Earl Brown, Bob Seller and Ray Reese.
guest cast:
Sid Caesar
Dusty Springfield
Jo Anne Worley

Highlights:
Dusty sings a medley of "The Look of Love", "Just a Little Lovin'", "Breakfast in Bed", "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me",
"Don't Forget About Me" and "Son of a Preacher Man".
Andy & Dusty duet on a medley of "Just Because of You", "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "Brand New Me".
Dusty sings a solo with "Silly Silly Fool".
Sid Caesar and Andy vist a Burbank museum and Sid offers his version of the Boston Tea Party, of neo-Gthic man and of
a laughing cavalier.
Andy sings "Moon River".
Jo Anne does a comedy sketch with Andy involving romantic ideas.
Andy sings "Meditation" backed by the Williams Dancers.
Jo Anne creates unpleasant moments for the cast when she breaks into song after eating onions.
Andy sings "Oh Me, Oh My" and "Somewhere My Love".
Highlights:
Dusty sings a medley of "The Look of Love", "Just a Little Lovin'", "Breakfast in Bed", "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me",
"Don't Forget About Me" and "Son of a Preacher Man".
Andy & Dusty duet on a medley of "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "Brand New Me".
Dusty's medley
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EagJr-_P7Uo

[20] The Andy Williams Show
14Feb1970 (rerun 18May70)
guest cast:
Andy Griffith
Claudine Longet
The Osmond Brothers

Sketches:
Andy Griffith narrates a down-home version of Hamlet acted out by Mr. and Mrs. Williams.
Highlights:
Andy sings "Dear Heart", "Happy Heart" and "Because".
Claudine sings "Everybody's Talkin'".
The Osmonds do a Beatles medley.
Andy & Claudine duet on "Love" and "All You Need Is Love".

[21] The Andy Williams Show
21Feb1970 [rerun 29May71]
guest cast:
Donald O'Connor
Thelma Houston
Tony Joe White
The Osmond Brothers

Sketches:
Donald trips out a history of the dance from cave-man days to 2001.
In a comedy number Andy fends off panhandlers while singing "Strangers in the Night".
Highlights:
Andy sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head", "Born Free", "Cherish" and "Can't Help Falling In Love With You".
Thelma sings "Save the Country".
Tony Joe sings "High Sheriff of Calhoun County".
Osmond Brothers sing "Sunshine Superman".
Regulars:
Jaime Rogers Dancers
Mike Post Orchestra

[SP] Andy Williams "Movin' On" Special (60mins)
24Feb1970
(Tuesday Special called "Movin'")
Sponsored by Chevrolet Camaro
Produced & Directed by Bob Henry
Andy Williams hosts this music and mirth special with guests:
Burt Bacharach
Diahann Carroll
Roy Clark
Jose Feliciano
Gaylord and Holiday
Lorne Greene
Bill Medley
Liza Minnelli
Steppenwolf
Jonathan Winters
The Bojangles
Buddy Schwab Dancers
Ray Charles Singers

Highlights:
Andy Williams sings "Movin'", "Can't Help Falling In Love".
Burt performs "Walk on By".
Diahann sings "Traces" and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'".
Roy performs "Folsom Prison Blues".
Jose sings "Little Red Rooster" and "Point of View".
Lorne Greene performs "1432 Franklin Pike Circle Hero" and "Danny Boy".
Bill Medley sings "Hey, Jude".
Liza performs a medley of Burt Bachrach's songs.
Andy & Diahann duet on "Jingle, Jangle".
Burt & Roy duet on "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head".

[22] The Andy Williams Show (60mins)
28Feb1970 [rerun 22May71 & 12Jun71]
guest cast:
Ray Stevens
The Smothers Brothers
Gladys Knight and the Pips


[23] The Andy Williams Show
07Mar1970 [rerun 10Jul71]
guest cast:
Ray Stevens
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
The Osmond Brothers

Cameo spots by James Garner, Tiny Tim, Arte Johnson and Carl Ballantine.
Highlights:
Andy sings "Always Something There to Remind Me", "Bridge Over Troubled Water","Charade","Love is a Many Splendored Thing"
and "Lie With Me".
Kenny and the First Edition perform "Something's Burning".
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles do a medley of their hits.
Ray Stevens sings "Everything Is Beautiful".
The Osmonds do a "Motown" medley.

[--] 14Mar1970 preempted for Music Special called "The Switched On Symphony" conducted by Zubin Mehta with
guests Ray Charles,
Bobby Sherman, Jethro Tull and the Roger Wagner Chorale.

[24] The Andy Williams Show
21Mar1970
guest cast:
Andy assembles his regulars for a full hour without guests. Andy and the Osmond Brothers split the vocal duty.
Highlights:
Andy sings "More" and "The Twelfth of Never".
The Osmonds perform "Keep the Customer Satisfied".
Andy closes with "A Time for Us".

[--] The Andy Williams Show
28Mar1970 (rerun from 13Dec69)

[--] The Andy Williams Show
04Apr1970 (rerun from 08Nov69)
guest cast:
Judy Collins
The Smothers Brothers
Gary Puckett and The Union Gap

[--] The Andy Williams Show
11Apr1970 (rerun from 03Jan70)
guest cast:
Jimmy Durante
Leslie Uggams
Judy Carne


[--] The Andy Williams Show
16May1970 (rerun from 14Feb70)

[--] The Andy Williams Show
30May1970 (rerun from 10Jan70)

Andy hands the reigns of his series over to his summertime replacement Ray Stevens, composer, singer and comedian.

 "Andy Williams Presents The Ray Stevens Show" (NBC)(Summer 1970)

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