CTVA US Music Variety - "The Roger Miller Show" (NBC)(1966)

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The Roger Miller Show (1966)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox, Tom Alger
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THE ROGER MILLER SHOW
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NBC Production
for
NBC (Mondays 8:30-9:00pm ET) (12Sep66-26Dec66)
Produced by Gary Smith & Dwight Hemion

US Musical Variety series 1966 16 episodes x 30 min

Host Roger Miller
With
The Eddie Karam Orchestra
Regulars:
Arthur Godfrey and the Doodletown Pipers

Country and Western Singer Roger Miller best known for his hits:
"Dang Me" (1964)
"Chug a Lug" (1964)
"King of the Road" (1965)
"Engine Engine #9" (1965)
"Kansas City Star" (1965)
"England Swings" (1965)
"Husbands and Wives" (1966)
"You Can't Roller-skate in a Buffalo Herd" (1966)
"Walkin' In The Sunshine" (1967)
"Little Green Apples" (1968)

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NBC (Mondays 8:30-9:00pm ET) (12Sep66-26Dec66)

[01] The Roger Miller Show
12Sep1966 [Premiere]
Guests
Bill Cosby
Wes Harrison

[02] The Roger Miller Show
19Sep1966
Guests
Jack Jones
Geezinslaw Brothers

[03] The Roger Miller Show
26Sep1966
Guests
Vince Edwards
The Jim Kweskin Jug Band

[04] The Roger Miller Show
03Oct1966
Guests
Peter, Paul & Mary
Casey Stengel

[05] The Roger Miller Show
10Oct1966
Guests
Jack Burns
Avery Schreiber
Arthur Godfrey

[06] The Roger Miller Show
17Oct1966
Guests
Liberace
Wes Harrison

[07] The Roger Miller Show
24Oct1966
Guests
Soupy Sales
The Doodletown Pipers

[08] The Roger Miller Show
31Oct1966
Guests
Arthur Godfrey
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66

[09] The Roger Miller Show
07Nov1966
Guests
Petula Clark
Richard Pryor
Highlights:
Roger sings "I'd Come Back to Me" and "One Dying and a Burying".
Petula sings "Who Am I".
Roger & Petula do a medley of "Chug-a-lug", "Dang Me", "You Can't Roller-skate in a Buffalo Herd",
"England Swings" and "My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died".

[10] The Roger Miller Show
14Nov1966
Guests
Bobby Darin
The Doodletown Pipers
Highlights:
Bobby and Roger duet with "Clementine".
Bobby sings some of his hits.
The Doodletown Pipers entertain with "The World Is a Wheel."

[11] The Roger Miller Show
21Nov1966
Guests
George Carlin
The Kingston Trio
Highlights:
The Kingston Trio present "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" and
Roger joins them in "Go Tell Roger".
Comedian George Carlin does a monologue satirizing a news commentator, soap operas and game shows.

[12] The Roger Miller Show
28Nov1966
Guests
Nancy Ames
Leonard Barr
In the concert spot, Roger and his trio
(Jerry Allison on drums, "Thumbs" Carlille on guitar and Don Bagley on bass violin)
play and sing "Billy Bayou" and "Dang, We".

[13] The Roger Miller Show
05Dec1966
Guests
Charles Aznavour
The Doodletown Pipers

[14] The Roger Miller Show
12Dec1966
Guests
Frank Gorshin

[15] The Roger Miller Show
19Dec1966
Guests
Joanie Sommers
Gaylord and Holiday

[16] The Roger Miller Show
26Dec1966
Guests
Jerry Allison
Don Bagley
Thumbs Carlille
Highlights:
"King of the Road," "Atta Boy, Girl," "Chug-A-Lug," "In the Summertime," "Do Wacka Do,"
"Husbands and Wives," "England Swings," "My Uncle Used to Love Me."

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