CTVA US Music Variety - "The Jimmy Dean Show" (CBS-ABC)(1957-59, 1963-66, 1974)

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The Jimmy Dean Show (1957-59) (1963-66) (1974)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
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CBS (Weekly)(22Jun57-14Sep57) (season 1)
CBS (Weekly)(7JJun58-30Aug58) (season 2)
CBS Daytime (Daily) (15Sep58-26Jun59) (season 3)
ABC (19Sep63-1Apr66) (seasons 4-5-6)
Syndicated (1974)
Executive Producer Edwin S. Friendly Jr. (1957)
Producer Connie R. Gay / Director Clark Pangle (1957)

US Music Variety series 1957-59, 1963-66, 1974

Hosted by Jimmy Dean

Regulars: (1957-59)(CBS)
Jan Crockett
Mary Klick
Jo Davis

Alex Houston (ventriloquist)
The Texas Wildcats
The Country Lads
The Noteworthies
The Joel Herron Orchestra


Regulars: (1963-66) (ABC)
Molly Bee
Karen Morrow
Chuck McCann

Rowlf  the Muppet Hound Dog (voice Jim Henson Rowlf Frank Oz)
(the first of the puppet creations of Jim Henson to be featured on national TV)
The Chuck Cassey Singers
The Doerr-Hutchinson Dancers

Recurring:
Don Adams, Homer & Jethro, Ron Martin
Jimmy Edmundson (Professor Backwards)
The Crum Brothers, The Virginians
Jubilee Four
The Peter Matz Orchestra

Writers Ron Clark, Will Glickman and Pat McCormick
NOTE: Jim Henson was the left hand, the head and the voice of Rowlf. Frank Oz was the right hand
and the handle props.

Background:
Country singer Jimmy Dean was born Seth Ward in Plainview, Texas on 10-August-1928
His Top 40 hits included:
"Little Sandy Sleighfoot" (1958)
"Big Bad John" (1961) (No. 1)
"Dear Ivan" (1962)
"The Cajun Queen" / "To a Sleeping Beauty" (1962)
"P.T.109" (1962) (No. 8)
"Little Black Book" (1962)
"I.O.U." (1976)

No connection with the actor James Dean

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CBS Saturdays 10:30-11:00pm (30 min) (22Jun57-14Sep57)(Weekly)

[01] The Jimmy Dean Show
22Jun1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guests:
Georgia Gibbs
The Hansen Sisters violin duet
guitarist Lew Childre

[02] The Jimmy Dean Show
29Jun1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
with the Texas Wildcats, The Country Lads, Alec Houston and Jan Crockett.
Guest:
George Hamilton IV

[03] The Jimmy Dean Show
06Jul1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Peggy King

[04] The Jimmy Dean Show
13Jul1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Carl Smith

[05] The Jimmy Dean Show
20Jul1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Jim Reeves

[06] The Jimmy Dean Show
27Jul1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guests:
The Andrews Sisters

[07] The Jimmy Dean Show
03Aug1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guests:
Les Paul and Mary Ford

[08] The Jimmy Dean Show
10Aug1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Johnny Cash


[09] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Aug1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Gene Austin

[10] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Aug1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Marty Robbins

[11] The Jimmy Dean Show
31Aug1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
Joel McCrea

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
07Sep1957
pre-empted for the "Miss America Pageant" from Atlantic City.

[12] The Jimmy Dean Show (Final show of the season)
14Sep1957 CBS Sat 10:30-11:00pm
Guest:
George Jessel
*NOTE: Final show of the season.

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CBS Saturdays 12 o'clock noon (7Jun58-30Aug58)
From Washington, D.C.

2.01 [13] The Jimmy Dean Show
07Jun1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
vocalist Mary Small
comedian Leo De Lyon.

2.02 [14] The Jimmy Dean Show
14Jun1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
Les Paul and Mary Ford.

2.03 [15] The Jimmy Dean Show
21Jun1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Jimmy Dean
with regulars
Mary Klick, Jan Crockett, Jo Davis, Alec Houston.
Summary:
Water skiing troupe from Cypress Gardens, Florida in an exhibition on the Potomac River, Washington. [RF]

2.04 [16] The Jimmy Dean Show
28Jun1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
vocalist Billy Eckstine

2.05 [17] The Jimmy Dean Show
05Jul1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
singer Connie Francis

2.06 [18] The Jimmy Dean Show
12Jul1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
vocalist Jennie Smith

2.07 [19] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Jul1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
Jaye P. Morgan
and The Morgan Brothers

2.08 [20] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Jul1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
George Hamilton IV
and vocalist Wyoma Winters

2.09 [21] The Jimmy Dean Show
02Aug1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
singer Evelyn Knight

2.10 [22] The Jimmy Dean Show
09Aug1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
singer Dick Roman former "Talent Scouts" winner from Brooklyn
and songstress Shaye Cogan

2.11 [23] The Jimmy Dean Show
16Aug1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guest:
Louise O'Brien

2.12 [24] The Jimmy Dean Show
23Aug1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guests:
Jaye P. Morgan
The Morgan Brothers


2.13 [25] The Jimmy Dean Show (Final show of the 2nd series)
30Aug1958 CBS Sat 12 noon
Guests:
Joni James
George Hamilton IV
*NOTE: Final show of this series, Jimmy returns to television in a daily series September 15, 1958.

"George Hamilton IV" Musical program with the Four Aces, Gloria Lambert premieres in Jimmy's old spot.

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CBS Daytime 2:00pm Monday to Friday afternoons (15Sep58-26Jun59)

3.1 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show [Daytime Premiere]
15Sep1958 CBS Daytime Mon

3.2 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
16Sep1958 CBS Daytime Tue

3.3 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Sep1958 CBS Daytime Wed

3.4 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
18Sep1958 CBS Daytime Thur

3.5 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Sep1958 CBS Daytime Fri
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3.6 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
22Sep1958 CBS Daytime Mon

3.7 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
23Sep1958 CBS Daytime Tue

3.8 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Sep1958 CBS Daytime Wed
Guests:
Gretchen Wyler

3.9 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Sep1958 CBS Daytime Thur

3.10 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
25Sep1958 CBS Daytime Fri
Guests:
guitarist Herbie Jones
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3.11 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
28Sep1958 CBS Daytime Mon

3.12 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
29Sep1958 CBS Daytime Tue

3.13 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
30Sep1958 CBS Daytime Wed

3.14 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
01Oct1958 CBS Daytime Thur

3.15 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
02Oct1958 CBS Daytime Fri
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3.x [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
04Nov1958 CBS Daytime Mon
Guest:
Jane Morgan
organist Glenn Derringer
with regulars
Herbie Jones
The Noteworthies

3.x [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
07Nov1958 CBS Daytime Fri
Guest:
Jane Morgan
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3.x [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
14Apr1959 CBS Daytime Mon
Guests:
Jayne Meadows
The Ritts Puppets

3.x [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
16Apr1959 CBS Daytime Thur
Guests:
Billy Gilbert
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3.x [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
12May1959 CBS Daytime Tue
guests:
Ilene Woods
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3.x [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19May1959 CBS Daytime Tue
guests:
Toni Arden
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*NOTE: Daily Show ends Friday 26June 1959.

The Jimmy Dean Show (1963-66)

############# The Jimmy Dean Show ############
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ABC Thursdays 9:00-10:00pm ET (60 min) (from 19Sep63)

4.1 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Sep1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Dick Shawn
Fred Flintstone

Highlights:
Dick Shawn conducts the sights of New York in the comedy segment.
Jimmy sings "Big Bad John".
Jimmy is joined by Buck and Smitty for a rendition of "Riding Down the Old Santa Fe".
A special segment introducing cartoon character Fred Flintstone in an animated discussion with Jimmy. [RF]

4.2 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Sep1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Rosemary Clooney
Al Hirt

Rowlf the Muppet

4.3 [] The Jimmy Dean Show
03Oct1963 ABC Thur
Helen Traubel
Milt Kamen


4.4 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
10Oct1963 ABC Thur
Eddy Arnold
Corbett Monica

Molly Bee
The Virginians
Highlights:
Corbett discusses family life and Rowlf the Muppet Hound gives imitations of Maurice Chevalier, TV's Dr. Zorba
(from Ben Casey), Reggie Van Gleason, Frank Fontaine and Jimmy Dean. [RF]

4.5 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Oct1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Art Carney
opera singer Patrice Munsel
Dukes of Dixieland


6.6 [---] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Oct1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Jane Morgan
Ford and Hines (Phil Ford and Mimi Hines)
Gospel singing Jubilee Four
singer Ron Martin
Rowlf the dog
Highlights:
Jane Morgan sings "Bless Them"
Jubilee Four perform "Walk Together"
Jimmy sings "Nine Pound Hammer".
Trivia: "Bless Them" is a World War II ballad. [RF]

4.7 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
31Oct1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Boris Karloff
Jackie Mason
Teresa Brewer
The Wills Sisters

Highlights:
Halloween show
Jimmy sings "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie" (against a Western Ghost town)
Jackie Mason's idea of Matt Dillon tracking down a villain.
Jubilee Four sing "Ghost Riders in the Sky".
Ron Martin performs "Night and Day".
Teresa & Jimmy sing a medley of Country and Western numbers. [RF]

4.8 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
07Nov1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Jo Stafford
Don Adams
Ron Martin

Tennessee's Governor Frank Clement visits.
Highlights:
Jo Stafford sings "Come Rain or Come Shine". [RF]

4.9 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
14Nov1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Helen Traubel
Red Buttons
Jerry Vale

Molly Bee
Highlights:
Red Buttons performs "Thank Heaven For Little Girls"
Molly Bee sings "Bonaparte's Retreat".
Jerry Vale does a medley.
Rowlf the dog worries about Jimmy's cold.
Ron Martin performs and the Crum Brothers perform on banjo and guitar. [RF]

4.10 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
21Nov1963 ABC Thur
Written by Will Glickman & Pat McCormick
Guests:
Maureen O'Hara and her daughter Bronwyn
Also on hand are Professor Backwards and the Crum Brothers.
Highlights:
Bronwyn makes her singing debut on the show joining her mother in "We Belong to a Mutual Admiration Society"
and an Irish Folk Song.
Bronwyn solos with "Five Pennies".
Jimmy, Maureen and Bronwyn perform "Dear Old Donegal". [RF]

4.11 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
28Nov1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
The McGuire Sisters
Don Adams
Highlights:
Jimmy sings "Walk Right In".
Comic skit between Lester and Lud (Roger Price and Mort Marshall) [RF]

4.12 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
05Dec1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Eddy Arnold
Allan Sherman

Molly Bee
Roger Price
Mort Marshall

Highlights:
Allan Sherman does his version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas".
Lud and Lester (Roger Price and Mort Marshall) engage in some small town commentary.
Jimmy sings "Don't Fence Me In", "Beautiful Brown Eyes" and "Basin Street Blues".
Molly sings "Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes".
Jimmy, Eddy and Molly perform "Columbus Stockade". [RF]

4.13 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
12Dec1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
Jack Carter
singer/comedians Homer and Jethro
Molly Bee
Highlights:
Jack reminiscences about Christmas today and yesteryear.
Molly sings "The Deadwood Stage".

4.14 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Dec1963 ABC Thur
Guests:
George Gobel
Soprano Anna Moffo
Buck Owens
Jubilee Four
Lester and Lud

Highlights:
Jubilee Four perform "Jesus Was Born".
Anna Moffo sings "O Holy Night".
George does a routine about expensive Christmas gifts.
Buck Owens sings "Love Lives Here".
Jimmy & Rowlf duet with "White Christmas".
Anna sings "Candy Kisses" [RF]

4.15 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Dec1963 ABC Thur
Written by Will Glickman & Pat McCormick & Ron Clark
Guests:
Patty Duke
Tex Ritter
The Jubilee Four
Jackie Mason

Canine star Lassie
Highlights:
Jimmy opens the show with "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle".
Tex Ritter sings "High Noon", "Jack of Diamonds" and recites "The Gettysburg Address".
The Jubilee Four and Red Foley perform "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy", "Love Makes the World Go Round" and
"Bushel and a Peck".
Rowlf meets Lassie. [RF]

4.16 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
02Jan1964 ABC Thur

4.17 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
09Jan1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Chet Atkins
Molly Bee
Don Adams
Highlights:
Don Adams does a rustic satire of Homer.
Opening production number of "El Rancho Grande" complete with lariats.
Jimmy sings "How Come You Do Me Like You Do Do" and "He's Got the Whole World In His Hands".
All join in for "Does Anybody Here Play the Piano?" [RF]

4.18 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
16Jan1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Jane Morgan
George Kirby
Johnny Tillotson
Buck and Smitty

Highlights:
Jane Morgan sings "Bless 'Em All".
Jimmy sings "It's A Good Day" and "Sugar Foot Rag".
The Duke of Paducah has some corny country comedy and country singers Buck and Smitty perform as an act with Jimmy.
Johnny Tillotson does "Trembling Lips" and "Hurtin'".
Jimmy closes the show with "Sleeping Beauty" a prose-poem tribute to his daughter. [RF]

4.19 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
23Jan1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Johnny Cash
Phil Ford and Mimi Hines

Molly Bee
Boots Randolph
Highlights:
Johnny sings "Ring of Fire".
Molly sings "Rock City"
Boots Randolph performs "Yakety Yak".
All join in for "Mexican Hat Dance".

4.20 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
30Jan1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Patti Page
Ferlin Husky
Norm Crosby

Highlights:
Patti sings "I Adore You".
Rowlf's bitter plea of "How Come There's No Dog Day".
Ferlin Husky performs "Timber I'm Fallin'" and Grandpa Jones' return.
Singing and dancing performance to "Black Hills of Dakota". [RF]

4.21 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
06Feb1964 ABC Thur
no details

4.22 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
13Feb1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Eydie Gorme
George Jones
Don Adams

Rowlf
Highlights:
Jimmy sings "Frankie and Johnny".
Don Adams does his wacky interview routine.
A surprise guest with a Beatle wig becomes a quartet. [RF]

4.23 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
20Feb1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Skeeter Davis
Julius LaRosa
Don Gibson
George Kirby
Lassie

Rowlf the muppet hound
Highlights:
Jimmy, Skeeter and Julius perform "Detour".
Jimmy sings "Near the Cross".

4.24 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
27Feb1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Eddy Arnold
Corbett Monica

Molly Bee
The Virginians
Buck and Smitty

Rowlf
Highlights:
Eddy sings "Love Bug Itch".
Jimmy sings "I'm an Old Cowhand".
Jimmy & Eddy perform a Country & Western medley.
Jimmy sings "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone".
Molly sings "Anytime" (in tribute to Eddy)
The Virginians perform "Kansas Railroad Blues"
Rowlf threatens to leave Jimmy and star in his own show, by demonstrating his talent for impersonations.
Corbett discusses family life and Rowlf the Muppet Hound gives imitations of Maurice Chevalier, TV's Dr. Zorba
(from Ben Casey), Reggie Van Gleason, Frank Fontaine and Jimmy Dean. [RF]

4.25 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
05Mar1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Songstress Dorothy Collins
Jazz saxophonist Boots Randolph
comedian Charlie Manna
singer Hank Williams Jr.
Highlights:
Rowlf the Muppet hound dog talks about George Washington.
Rowlf breaks Jimmy's guitar and ends up with them dueting to "It's a Sin to Tell a Lie".
Dorothy Collins sings "Accentuate the Positive" and "Jealous Heart".
Jimmy sings "No Letter Today", "I Ain't Got Nobody" and "Moonlight Miss".
Hank Williams Jr. chimes in with "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" and "Hey! Good Lookin'".
A special segment features champion cornhuskers.
Also appearing The Chuck Cassey Singers, Doerr-Hutchinson Dancers and the Peter Matz Orchestra. [RF]

 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
12Mar1964 ABC Thur
no details


4.26 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Mar1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Johnny Tillotson
Molly Bee
Norm Crosby
Homer and Jethro

Highlights:
Norm Crosby does a comedy routing about a bachelor contemplating marriage.
The four cuties from Hackensack (little girls aged eight to eleven) with their "barbershop" singing style perform. [RF]

4.27 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Mar1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Hank Snow
Jack Jones

The Chuck Cassey Singers
Professor Backwards
Highlights:
Jack Jones sings "I'm Old-Fashioned" and "It Only Takes a Moment" and "I Can't Help It".
Jimmy sings "John Henry" and "Crawdad Hole".
Jimmy duets with Jack for "Kansas City".
And Rowlf joins them in "When You're Smiling".
Hank Snow does a medley of his own songs.
Rowlf is entrusted to Professor Backwards (Jimmy Edmundson) and the production numbers include "Dear Hears"
and "Wait for the Wagon". [RF]

4.28 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
02Apr1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Eydie Gorme
Jim Reeves and The Blue Boys
Buck and Smitty
The Virginians
Don Adams

Highlights:
The opening song was "Out On the Western Plains".
Jimmy Dean sings "Alexander's Rag Time Band".
Eydie sings "Make the World Go Away" and "I Walk the Line".
Jimmy & Eydie duet on "Mississippi Mud".
The Virginians perform "I'll Keep On Loving You".
Jim Reeves sings "Welcome To My World".
Jimmy Dean sings "Shenandoah".
Jim Reeves and the Blue Boys perform "Bimbo".
Eydie sings "Oh, Lonesome Me".
The Blue Boys perform "Last Date".
All join in for "This Old House".
Jimmy Dean closes with "Nobody".
NOTE: The Blue Boys at this time were Dean Manuel on piano, Leo Jackson playing lead guitar,
Bud Logan on electric bass, and Jimmy Orr keeping the beat on drums. [RF]

4.29 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
09Apr1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Hank Thompson
Roy Clark

Comics Eagle and Man
Molly Bee
Highlights:
The show opens to a rousing rendition with four live horses to the music of "The Yellow Rose of Texas".
Jimmy sings "Sitting on Top of the World" and "Ridin' Down the Canyon".
Hank Thompson performs to "Humpty Dumpty Heart" and "Green Light".
Molly sings "El Sombero".
Roy Clark performs two country songs.
Rowlf the Muppet hound dog taxes Jimmy's patience.
All join in for the closing number "Oklahoma Hills". [RF]

4.30 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
16Apr1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Vikki Carr
Milt Kamen

Country and Western singer Carl Smith
Rowlf
Highlights:
Milt Kamen does one of his wild and witty movie of the Academy Award winning film review skits. [RF]

4.31 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show (Final new episode of the  season)
23Apr1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Buck Owens
Molly Bee
comic Don Adams
Highlights:
Don Adams does a monolog about the Lost Children's Pavilion at the World's Fair. Rowlf the Muppet dog
also report on the Fair.
Molly performs "Pecos Bill".
Don Adams does his wacky baseball umpire routine.
Buck Owens sings "My Heart Skipped" and "Foolin' Around".
Jimmy sings "To A Sleeping Beauty". [RF]

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Reruns (from 30Apr1964 to Sep1964)
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[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
30Apr1964 ABC Thur (rerun from 20Feb74)
Guests:
Skeeter Davis comic George Kirby and singer Julius La Rosa

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
07May1964 ABC Thur (rerun from 27Feb64)
Guests:
Eddy Arnold
Corbett Monica
Molly Bee
The Virginians
Corbett discusses family life and Rowlf the Muppet Hound gives imitations of Maurice Chevalier, TV's Dr. Zorba
(from Ben Casey), Reggie Van Gleason, Frank Fontaine and Jimmy Dean. [RF]

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
14May1964 ABC Thur (rerun)
Johnny Tillotson's on hand for the youngsters in this one and Molly Bee's on tap for Jimmy's folk singing fans
Also Norm Crosby's comedy routine a- bachelor contemplating and The Four From Hackensack agert 8 to 11 and their
barbershop singing round out the novelties. [RF]


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ABC Thursdays 10:00-11:00pm ET (60 min)

5.01 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Sep1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Roger Miller
Don Adams

Molly Bee
Highlights:
Roger Miller sings "King of the Road". [RF]

5.02 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Sep1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Buck Owens
Molly Bee
Charlie Callas
Rowlf
Highlights:
Molly sings "Here Comes My Baby".
Buck performs "Love's Gonna Live".
Jimmy backed by an all-male choir perform.
Jimmy, Molly & Buck sing "Alone With You". [RF]

5.03 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
01Oct1964 ABC Thur (rerun 12Aug65)
Guests:
Vikki Carr
Roy Drusky
Double-talk artist Al Kelly
Rowlf
Highlights:
Vikki Carr sings "Cuando" and "Me and My Shadow". [RF]

5.04 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
08Oct1964 ABC Thur (rerun 17Jun65)
Guests:
Bobby Vinton
Homer & Jethro

Molly Bee

5.05 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
15Oct1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Ernest Tubb
Roy Clark
Don Adams

Molly Bee
Rowlf
Highlights:
"Blue Tail Fly", "Why, Baby, Why", "Steel Guitar Rag" and "Who's Sorry Now". [RF]

5.06 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
22Oct1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Sheb Wooley
Connie Smith
Professor Irwin Corey


5.07 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
29Oct1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Johnny Tillotson
Don Adams
Grandpa Jones

Molly Bee
Rowlf the Muppet Hound

5.08 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
05Nov1964 ABC Thur (rerun 20May65)
It's an all-star Country Western night as Jimmy takes the show to Nashville, Tennessee's Ryman Auditorium. [RF]
Guests:
Eddy Arnold
Minnie Pearl
Dottie West
Chet Atkins
Ernest Tubb
Flatt and Scruggs
The Jordanaires
Highlights:
Dottie sings "Here Comes My Baby".
Also appearing in Tennessee's Governor Frank Clement. [RF]

5.09 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
12Nov1964 ABC Thur
no details

5.10 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Nov1964 ABC Thur (rerun 24Jun65)
Guests:
Carmel Quinn
Jerry Vale

Comic instrumentalists Buck and Smitty
The Virginians


5.11 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Nov1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Johnny Cash
Pianist Floyd Cramer
Molly Bee
Rowlf
Highlights:
Jimmy sings "Smiles" and "America the Beautiful".
Molly sings "Loverly".
Cramer performs "Back in the Saddle".
Jimmy & Rowlf duet on "There's No Place Like Home".
Johnny sings "I Walk the Line". [RF]

5.12 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
03Dec1964 ABC Thur (rerun 08Jul65)
Guests:
Eileen Farrell
Charlie Rich
Faron Young

Rowlf
Highlights:
Eileen sings "Climb Every Mountain".
Jimmy & Eileen duet on "Good Old Mountain Dew".
Charlie Rich sings "River Stay Away" and "Big Boss Man". [RF]

5.13 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
10Dec1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Teresa Brewer
Ferlin Husky

saxophonist Boots Randolph

5.14 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Dec1964 ABC Thur (rerun 29Jul65)
Guests:
George Kirby
Boots Randolph

Molly Bee
Highlights:
Molly Bee sings "Pearly Shells".
Boots Randolph performs "Night Train".
George Kirby tells Rowlf some jokes and vice-a-versa. [RF]

5.15 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Dec1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Porter Wagoner
Jerry Vale
The Quinto Sisters
The Chuck Cassey Singers
Rowlf
Highlights:
Jimmy's Christmas songfest starts off with "Jingle Bells" and into "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town".
A medley of Christmas Carols.
"The Little Drummer Boy" and closing with "Silent Night".

5.16 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
31Dec1964 ABC Thur
Guests:
Kay Starr
Homer and Jethro

Highlights:
All join in for "Auld Ang Syne" [RF]

5.17 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
07Jan1965 ABC Thur (rerun 27May65)
Guests:
Bobby Rydell
Roger Miller
Minnie Pearl
The Levee Singers
The Standwell Puppets

Rowlf the Muppet Hound dog.

5.18 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
14Jan1965 ABC Thur (rerun 22Jul65)
Guests:
Jane Morgan
Eddy Arnold
Roy Clark

5.19 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
21Jan1965 ABC Thur (rerun 10Jun65)
Guests:
Norm Crosby
The Mills Brothers
Buck Owens


5.20 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
28Jan1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
Jack Jones
Rex Allen
Rowlf
Also on the show is Nudie, King of the Western clothes makers with his fantastic convertible. [RF]

5.21 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
04Feb1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
no details

5.22 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
11Feb1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
Bill Cosby
Bandleader Leon McAuliffe and His Group
Molly Bee
Highlights:
Songs "Mobile", "Bill Bailey", "Sweet Temptation" and "Twinkle Star". [RF]

5.23 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
18Feb1965 ABC Thur (rerun 03Jun65)
Guests:
Vikki Carr
Henny Youngman
Johnny Tillotson

Rowlf
Highlights:
Songs include, "You Made Me Love You", "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight", "Swanee River" and
"Goodnight, My Lady Love". [RF]

5.24 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
25Feb1965 ABC Thur (rerun 15Jul65)
Guests:
Phil Ford & Mimi Hines
Carl Smith
Delia Rae

Rowlf
Highlights:
Songs include "Love Makes the World Go Round", "East Side, West Side", "She Called Me Baby" and "Bye, Bye Love".
Carl Smith sings a medley, including "Deep Water," "Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way" and "Loose Talk." [RF]

1973?Other songs: "Lonesome Road" (Jimmy), "Our Best" (Imperials), "Don't Fence Me In" (Jimmy, Carl)
and "Old Gray Bonnet" (Jimmy, Imperials).

5.25 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
04Mar1965 ABC Thur (rerun 01Jul65)
Guests:
Louise O'Brien
Sonny James
The Village Stompers

Highlights:
Louise O'Brien sings "Who Can I Turn To?".
Jimmy & Louise duet with "Heart of My Heart".
Jimmy sings "When You're Smiling".
Other songs include "I Love You So Much It Hurts Me", "Slippin' Around", "Oh Daisy May", "Eyes of Texas"
and "When Day is Done".
NOTE: An interview with Lorrain D'Essen who supplies many of the animal guests for Broadway and TV is also on. [RF]

5.26 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
11Mar1965 ABC Thur (rerun 02Sep65)
Guests:
Judy Lynn
Homer and Jethro
Jerry Vale

Highlights:
Jerry Vale sings "Two of a Kind", "Tears Keep Falling" and "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" [RF]

5.27 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
18Mar1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
no details

5.28 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
25Mar1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
Eddy Arnold
Kay Starr
Norm Crosby
The Village Stompers

Highlights:
Eddy sings "Cattle Call" and "Molly Darlin'".
Other songs include "Muskrat Ramble" and "Wabash Cannon Ball". [RF]

5.29 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
01Apr1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
Sheb Wooley
Connie Smith
The Stoneman Family
Professor Irwin Corey

Rowlf
Highlights:
Songs include "That's My Pa", "Ground Hog", "One a Day" and "Purple People Eater". [RF]

5.30 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
08Apr1965 ABC Thur (rerun 19Aug65)
Guests:
Chet Atkins
Julie Rogers
(British singer)
Cliff Arquette
Floyd Cramer
Rowlf the Muppet hound

5.31 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
15Apr1965 ABC Thur (rerun 09Sep65)
Guests:
George Jones
Gene Pitney
Leo Durocher

Molly Bee
Highlights:
Molly Bee talks about the first "robin" of Spring and sings "Red, Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along".
Leo Durocher talks about the Baseball season.
And Rowlf tries to sell Calvin (Jimmy's cousin played by Jimmy) the Brooklyn Bridge. [RF]

5.32 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
22Apr1965 ABC Thur (rerun 05Aug65)
Guests:
June Valli
Porter Wagoner
Adam Keefe

Rich Richelieu Banjo player

5.33 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
29Apr1965 ABC Thur
no details

5.34 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
06May1965 ABC Thur
Guests:
Saxophonist Boots Randolph
Yodler Elton Britt

5.35 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
13May1965 ABC Thur (rerun 26Aug65)
Guests:
Roy Clark
Judy Lynn
Rex Allen
Highlights:
Songs include "The Last Roundup", "Orange Blossom Special", "Hello Operator" and "Tiger By the Tail".
(on "Nightlife" Eddy Arnold has country-comic Grandpa Jones, Johnny Tillotson, Barbara Nichols and Tanya
and Timmy Everett on.) [RF]

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Reruns (20May65 - 9Sep65)
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[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
20May1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 05Nov64)
Guests:
Eddy Arnold
Ernest Tubb
Minnie Pearl
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs
The Jordanaires

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
27May1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 07Jan65)
Guests:
Roger Miller
Minnie Pearl

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
03Jun1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 18Feb65)
Guests:
Vikki Carr
Johnny Tillotson
Henny Youngman

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
10Jun1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 21Jan65)
Guests:
Mills Brothers
Norm Crosby
Buck Owens

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Jun1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 08Oct64)
Guests:
Bobby Vinton
Homer and Jethro
Molly Bee

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Jun1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 19Nov64)
Guests:
Carmel Quinn
Jerry Vale
Buck and Smitty and The Virginians

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
01Jul1965 ABC Thur (rerun 04Mar65)
Guests:
Louise O'Brian
Sonny James
The Village Stompers

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
08Jul1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 03Dec64)
Guests:
Charlie Rich
Eileen Farrell
Faron Young
Guest is Faron Young, who sings "Some Kind of Woman" and "Just What I Had in Mind." Other songs include
"I Can't Help It," "Richest Man I Know" (Jimmy) and "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow" (Imperials). [RF]

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
15Jul1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 25Feb65)
Guests:
Carl Smith
Delia Rae
Phil Ford
Mimi Hines
Carl Smith sings a medley, including "Deep Water," "Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way" and "Loose Talk."
Other songs: "Lonesome Road" (Jimmy), "Our Best" (Imperials), "Don't Fence Me In" (Jimmy, Carl) and
"Old Gray Bonnet" (Jimmy, Imperials). [RF]

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
22Jul1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 14Jan65)
Guests:
Jane Morgan
Eddy Arnold
Roy Clark
Jonathan Winters

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
29Jul1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 17Dec64)
Guests:
George Kirby
Boots Randolph
Molly Bee

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
05Aug1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 22Apr65)
Guests:
Porter Wagner
June Valli
Rich Richelieu

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
12Aug1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 01Oct64)
Guests:
Vikki Carr
Roy Drusky

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Aug1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 08Apr65)
Guests:
Cliff Arquette
Chet Atkins
Floyd Cramer
Julie Rogers

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Aug1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 13May65)
Guests:
Jack Jones
Rex Allen

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
02Sep1965 ABC Thur (rerun from 11Mar65)
Guests:
Jerry Vale
Judy Lynn
Homer and Jethro

[--] The Jimmy Dean Show
09Sep1965 ABC Thur (rerun 15Apr65)
Guests:
Leo Durocher
Gene Pitney
George Jones
Molly Bee


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ABC Fridays 10:00-11:00pm ET (60 min) (ending 1Apr66)
Show moves to Friday nights
with Regulars:
The Don Sebesky Orchestra
The Tony Mordente Dancers
The Chuck Cassey Singers

Rowlf the Muppet Hound
Cliff Arquette 
(as Charley Weaver)(recurring)
 Molly Bee (recurring)
Joe Maphis (recurring)

6.01 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Sep1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
From the Grand Ole Opry
Eddy Arnold
Gene Pitney
Buck Owens
Connie Smith
Linda Gayle

Rowlf the Muppet Hound
Highlights:
Gene Pitney sings "Big Job".
Jimmy sings "Raise a Ruckus".
Jimmy and the dancers perform to "Buck's Polka". [RF]

6.02 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Sep1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
John Davidson
Corbett Monica
Jody Miller
Ernest Tubb

Highlights:
Ernest Tubb sings "Our Heart Are Holding Hands".
John Davidson sings "Scarlet Ribbons". [RF]

6.03 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
01Oct1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
Jane Morgan
Cliff Arquette (as Charley Weaver)
comic Will Jordan
Bill Anderson
The wacky Geezinslaw Brothers
Highlights:
Will Jordan does an Ed Sullivan take-off boasting of a rodeo filled with Western movie stars.
Rowlf turns spy in "The Dog From Cousin".
Jane Morgan sings "Buttons and Bows". [RF]

6.04 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
08Oct1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
Bobby Vinton
Jody Miller
Don Gibson

The Geezinslaw Brothers make their second guest appearance.
Highlights:
Bobby Vinton sings "Mr. Lonely".
Don Gibson does a medley of his songs.
The crazy Greenslaw Brothers perform "Till There Was You".

6.05 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
15Oct1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
Cliff Arquette
Johnny Tillotson
Molly Bee
Highlights:
Jimmy's opening is a college medley of Notre Dame Victory songs. When 75 unsuspecting West Point cadets
were sitting in the audience because they're Jimmy's fans. Naturally Jimmy gave them equal time and the
lot of them sang, "On, Brave Old Army Team". [RF]

6.06 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
22Oct1965 ABC Fri (29Oct65)
Host Jimmy Dean
Guests:
Tex Ritter
Merle Haggard
Buck Owens
Roy Acuff
Roy Drusky

Rowlf the Muppet
Norma Jean Beasler
The Chuck Cassey Singers
Del Reeves
Priscilla Mitchell
Frank Clement
Mrs. Francis Preston

The 1st annual Country Western Music Awards are presented on tonight's show. The winners of Billboard Magazine's
18th annual country music poll will be cited. Scheduled guests are Country and Western singers Buck Owens,
Merle Haggard, Norma Jean Beasler, Del Reeves and the team of Roy Drusky and Priscilla Mitchell. On hand to
present the awards are singers Tex Ritter and Roy Acuff; Gov. Frank Clement of Tennessee; and Mrs. Francis Preston,
of the Country Music Association. Rowlf, Chuck Cassey Singers, Jimmy Dean hosts. [RF]

[--] 29Oct65 no details

6.07 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
05Nov1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
Arthur Godfrey
Sharon Carnes
Fran Allison
Bobby Bare
The Geezinslaw Brothers

Highlights:
After two appearances on "The Jimmy Dean Show" those funny men of corn "The Geezinslaw Brothers" have been signed
as regulars.
Mandolin playing Sam Allred and guitar strummin' Dewane "Sonny" Smith. They were discovered by Arthur Godfrey in 1961
in Austin during a talent audition for Godfrey's radio program. [RF]

6.08 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
12Nov1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
John Davidson
Del Reeves
Molly Bee
Banjo player Eddie Peabody

6.09 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
19Nov1965 ABC Fri
Guests:
Forrest Tucker, of "F Troop"
Fran Allison
Jody Miller
Homer and Jethro

Highlights:
Jody sings "Born to Lose" and "Hey Good Lookin'".
Homer & Jethro lampoon the whole folk song craze with "King of the Camp" and "They're Hanging Joe Bean". [RF]

6.10 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
26Nov1965 ABC Fri
From Miami Beach, Florida
Guests:
George Jones
Cliff Arquette (Charley Weaver)
Jimmy Dickens
Gale Garnett

Folk singers The Bordermen
Highlights:
Gale sings "We'll Sing in the Sunshine". a song she wrote herself.

6.11 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
03Dec65 ABC Fri
From New York City's Carnegie Hall
Guests:
Eileen Farrell
Norm Crosby
Don Gibson
Boots Randolph
Chet Atkins

Floyd Cramer and the Nashville Allstars.
Highlights:
Jimmy & Eileen duet on "I've Got Tears In My Ears from Lyin' On My Back In My Bed While I Cry Over You".
Rowlf the Muppet hound gives playing the violin a go.
Floyd Cramer and the Nashville All-stars let loose with "Yackety".

6.12 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
10Dec65 ABC Fri
From Hollywood
Guests:
Joanie Sommers
Jerry Vale
Leroy Van Dyke

Cliff Arquette
Joe Maphis
Rowlf the Muppet hound
*NOTE: First of four shows Jimmy is playing in Hollywood. [RF]

6.13 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
17Dec1965 ABC Fri
From Hollywood
Guests:
Kay Starr
Bobby Rydell

Cliff Arquette
Rowlf the Muppet hound
Highlights:
Bobby Rydell sings "Money to Burn".
Kay Starr sings "Never Dreamed".
Rowlf sings "Pretty Baby" with Joe Maphis on guitar. [RF]

6.14 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
24Dec65 ABC Fri
From Hollywood
Guests:
Rich Little
Jody Miller
Cliff Arquette
Instrumentalist Joe Maphis who joins Jimmy's regular cast.
Highlights:
A host of Christmas songs and medley of carols and hymns are performed.
Jody Miller sings "Winter Wonderland".
Joe Maphis performs "Jingle Bells".
Rich Little mimics 22 famous voices during his version of Dickens' "Christmas Carol" including
Jack Benny as Scrooge. [RF]

6.15 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
31Dec65 ABC Fri
Vikki Carr
Buck Owens
Norm Crosby
Joe Maphis

Join Jimmy for a New Year's Eve Party at his home. [RF]

6.16 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
07Jan66 ABC Fri
Guests:
Porter Wagoner

6.17 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
14Jan1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
From the Grand Ole Opry this Nashville Spectacular hosted by Jimmy with guests
Roy Acuff, Flatt and Scruggs, George Hamilton IV, Sonny James, Carl Smith, Hank Snow, Kitty Wells, Dottie West
and Faron Young.

6.18 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
21Jan1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
Pearl Bailey
Buck Owens and His Buckaroos
Cliff Arquette (Charley Weaver)
Rowlf the Muppet hound

6.19 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
28Jan1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
The Everly Brothers
Jody Miller

Fran Allison, (famed Aunt Fanny)
Steel guitarist Lloyd Green
Highlights:
Jimmy sings "What Can I Do For My Country". [RF]

6.20 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
11Feb1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
The Andrews Sisters
Billy Grammer and his Band
Barry Sadler

Highlights:
Barry Sadler performs "The Ballad of the Green Beret".
The Andrew Sisters perform "Roll Out the Barrel" and "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree".
Jimmy sings "Lay that Pistol Down, Babe". [RF]

6.21 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
18Feb1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
Roy Clark
Jerry Caterino the singing policeman
Molly Bee
A taped segment of the Japanese Grand Ole Opry. [RF]

6.22 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
25Feb1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
George Carlin
Peggy Paxton
Warner Mark
Elton Britt
The Brown Family

also
Don Sebesky Orchestra
Tony Mordente Dancers
Chuck Cassey Singers

6.23 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
04Mar1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
Al Martino
Don Gibson
Sharon Carnes
The Statesmen Quartet

also
Don Sebesky Orchestra
Tony Mordente Dancers
Chuck Cassey Singers

6.24 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
11Mar1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
Roberta Sherwood
Norm Crosby
Boots Randolph
Tony Mordente Dancers
Rowlf the Muppet hound
Highlights:
Roberta sings "A World I Can't Live In" and "Born in Bethlehem".
Boots' performs "Cotton Fields" and "You Don't Know Me".
Jimmy sings "I Love a Piano" with Marvin Laird on piano. [RF]

6.25 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
18Mar1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
George Carlin
Maury Wills
Jim 'Mudcat' Grant
Margie Bowes
Loreen Lee
Chuck Cassey Singers

6.26 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show
25Mar1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
Jerry Vale
Norm Crosby
George Jones
Billy Grammer
Rowlf the Muppet hound

6.27 [--] The Jimmy Dean Show [last episode]
01Apr1966 ABC Fri
Guests:
Chuck McCann
Karen Morrow
Molly Bee
Rowlf the Muppet
The Chuck Cassey Singers
Highlights:
Jimmy sings "Are You From Dixie?", "Big Bad John" and "Take Me Along".
The Cassey Singers do their bit with "San Francisco Bay Blues", "Shenandoah" and "They Call the Wind Maria".
Jimmy and Rowlf duet to "Together".
A medley of country hit songs "Anytime", "Born to Lose", "King of the Road" and "Old Time Religion" are performed. [RF]

The Jimmy Dean Show (1974)
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Syndicated Show
NO DETAILS

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Jimmy Dean's Grilled Sandwich Special Recipe
1/2 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup chili con carne (without beans)
1/2 cup grated American cheese
1 tablespoon onion grated
1/2 teaspoon salt
8 slices of bread
softened butter

Mix peanut butter with chili, cheese, onion and salt.
Spread on 4 slices of bread and top with remaining bread.
Spread outside of sandwich with softened butter.
Cook on heated grill about 20 minutes turning to brown both sides.
Makes 4 sandwiches. [RF]

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