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The Rosey Grier Show (1968-70)
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THE ROSEY GRIER SHOW
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Circle 7 Productions
for
ABC
Executive Producer Bill McPhie
Producer Jimmie Baker
Director Wes Butler
Editor, Bud Tedesco

US Talk/Variety Show 1968-70 105 episodes x 30 min (01-Jun-1968 to 28-Nov-1970)

Hosted by Rosey Grier

Regulars:
Charles Brown
Fernando Escandon
Frankie Ortega and The Band

Music director, Frankie Ortega

KABC Channel 7 in Color Long Beach California
Saturdays 6:30pm PST 30 min (season 1-2)(1968-70)
Saturdays 10:30pm PST 30 min (season 3)(Fall 1970)

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ABC Saturdays 6:30pm PST

[01] The Rosey Grier Show [Premiere]
01Jun1968 ABC Sat 6:30pm
Guests:
The Dolores Hall Singers
Highlights:
The Dolores Hall Singers perform "For What itís Worth" and "If I Had a Hammer
Rosey Grier sings "Come on Cupid" and "People Make the World"
The Band performs "Goin' Out of My Head" and "Happy Fingers" with A. Adams.
Charles Brown talks to Watts Walloper about green power.

[02] The Rosey Grier Show
08Jun1968 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Independent Press Telegram]
Guests
labor and civil rights leader Bert Corona
Robert Kennedy Tribute Show.
Highlights:
Rosey Grier sings "People" and "Spanish Harlem".
Charles Brown introduces a film titled "Blowin' in the Wind".
*Note: Program repeated at 10:30pm.

[03] The Rosey Grier Show
15Jun1968 [Oxnaed Press Courier]
Guests:
listed no details given.

[04] The Rosey Grier Show
22Jun1968
Guests:
The Invaders
Tommy Kubis

Highlights:
The Invaders (the Sylvers children) perform "Got to be Mellow".
Tommy Kubis performs "Caravan".
Rosey Grier sings "On Broadway" and "I Who Have Nothing".
The Band performs "Call Me" and "Rompin' on Sunset" with A. Adams.
Charles Brown discusses African clothes (New Breed).

[05] The Rosey Grier Show
29Jun1968
Guests:
Bessie Griffin
Highlights:
Bessie Griffin performs "Blowin' in the Wind" and "If I Can Help Somebody".
Rosey Grier sings "Under the Broadwalk" and "Change is Gonna Come".
The Band performs "Can't Take My Eyes Off You".
Charles Brown discusses Mexican-Americans.

[06] The Rosey Grier Show
06Jul1968
Guests:
Melba Moore
Highlights:
Melba Moore performs "Call Me Irresponsible".
Rosey Grier sings "Tennessee Waltz" and "It's Not Unusual".
The band performs "Windy" and "It's Alright" with A. Adams.
Charles Brown discusses Mexican-Americans.

[07] The Rosey Grier Show
13Jul1968
Guests:
The All Stars
Highlights:
The All Stars perform "Michael" and "Danny Boy".
Rosey Grier sings "Don't Play It No More".

[08] The Rosey Grier Show
20Jul1968
Guests:
Sue Rainey
Jimmy LaSane

Highlights:
Sue Rainey performs "Holiday for Strings".
Jimmy LaSane performs "I Don't Know Why".
Rosey Grier sings "Honey" and "Got a Ticket to Ride".
The Band performs "Fly Me to the Moon".
Charles Brown discusses Operation Bootstrap.

[09] The Rosey Grier Show
27Jul1968
Guests:
Mickey Champion
Willie Nelson

Highlights:
Mickey Champion performs "Misty".
Willie Nelson performs "Still Get a Thrill".
Rosey Grier sings "Groovin'" and "People on Film".
The band performs "Mood Indigo".
Charles Brown interview Wilma Rudolph live.

[10] The Rosey Grier Show
03Aug1968
Guests:
Pat Martin
Hillard Street

Highlights:
Pat Martin performs "I Wish You Love".
Hillard Street performs "You are Beautiful".
Rosey Grier sings "Gentle on My Mind" and "Hard Day's Night".
The band performs "Came a Long Way From St. Louie".

[11] The Rosey Grier Show
10Aug1968 [Independent Press Telegram]
Guests:
Barbara McNair
Highlights:
Barbara McNair sings "Alfie" and "On a Clear Day".

[12] The Rosey Grier Show
17Aug1968
Guests:
Bill Medley
The Blossoms

Highlights:
Bill Medley and the Blossoms perform "Brown Eyed Woman"
The Blossoms perform "Tweedlee Dee".
Rosey Grier sings "Up on the Roof" and "Slip Away".
The Band performs "Invitation".
Charles Brown presents members of the Studio Watts Workshop which features black art--acting, painting, dancing.

[13] The Rosey Grier Show
24Aug1968
Guests:
Young People of America
Highlights:
Young People of America perform "Born Free", "Sweeping Through the City" & "America the Beautiful".
Rosey Grier sings "Only Make Believe" and "Knock on Wood".
Charles Brown presents children learning music.

[14] The Rosey Grier Show
31Aug1968
Guests:
Sharon DeBord
Rudy Render

Highlights:
Sharon DeBord performs "Long Drive Home".
Rudy Render performs "What the World Needs Now".
Rosey Grier sings "Bad News" and "When a Man Loves a Woman".
The Band performs "Taboo".
Charles Brown discusses Caesar Chavez and the grape boycott.

[15] The Rosey Grier Show
07Sep1968
Guests:
Joe Williams
Friends

Highlights:
Friends performs "Judy".
Joe Williams performs "Get Out of My Life, Woman".
Rosey Grier sings "Spanish Harlem" and "Stop".
The Band performs "In Crowd".
Charles Brown presents the Grant Music Center--teaching good music to children.

[16] The Rosey Grier Show
14Sep1968
Guests:
Olivette Miller
Bobby Womack

Highlights:
Olivette Miller performs "One Note Samba" and "Ipanema".
Bobby Womack performs "Fly Me to the Moon".
Rosey Grier sings "Dang Me" and "That's Life".
The Band performs "Last Date".
Charles Brown presents the Urban Workshop--planning for a better community.

[17] The Rosey Grier Show
21Sep1968
Guests:
Roman Gabriel
Joanie Sommers
Richard Pryor

Highlights:
Roman Gabriel performs
Joanie Sommers performs "Scarborough Fair" and "Papa, Won't You Let Me Go to Town?".
Richard Pryor performs a comedy routine.
Rosey Grier sings "If You Love Me Like You Say" and "In the Midnight Hour".
The Band performs "Slaughter on 10th Avenue".
Charles Brown interviews Richard Pryor.

[18] The Rosey Grier Show
28Sep1968
Guests:
Clora Bryant
Sam Fletcher

Highlights:
Clora Bryant performs "Billy Joe".
Sam Fletcher performs "Phoenix".
Rosey Grier sings "Moonlight in Vermont" and "Midnight Mover".
The Band performs "Malaguena".
Fernando Escandon interviews Kali.

[19] The Rosey Grier Show
05Oct1968
Guests:
Perri Lee
O.C. Smith

Highlights:
Perri Lee performs Pretend".
O.C. Smith performs a Blues medley.
Rosey Grier sings "Do What You Gotta Do" and "I've Never Found a Girl".
The Band performs "Taste of Honey".
Charles Brown interviews a shoeshine man on the Sunset Strip.

[20] The Rosey Grier Show
12Oct1968
Guests:
Morgana King
John & Herb
Don Pedro Colley

Highlights:
John & Herb perform "Hold on I'm Comin'".
Morgana King performs "Didn't We".
Rosey Grier sings "What a Difference, A Day Makes" and "Stand By Me".
The Band performs "More".
Charles Brown interviews Don Pedro Colly live.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
19Oct1968
pre-empted by the XIX Olympiad (Mexico City).

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
26Oct1968
pre-empted by the XIX Olympiad (Mexico City).


[21] The Rosey Grier Show
02Nov1968 TVG
Guests:
Bach Yen

[22] The Rosey Grier Show
09Nov1968
Guests:
Jerry Butler
Vi Redd

Highlights:
Jerry Butler performs "Moon River" and "Western Union Man".
Vi Redd performs "Who Can I Turn To?".
Rosey Grier sings "What I Say".
The Band performs "Satin Doll" and "Hawaiian Wedding" with F. Ponti.
Charles Brown interviews black businessmen live.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
16Nov1968
pre-empted by Football game.

[23] The Rosey Grier Show
23Nov1968
Guests:
Bobby Womack
Dear Hearts

Highlights:
Dear Hearts perform "She's Lookin' Good".
Bobby Womack performs "God Bless the Child".
Rosey Grier sings "Blowin' in the Wind" and "You are My Sunshine".
The Band performs "Gitanerias".
Charles Brown discusses soul food.

[24] The Rosey Grier Show
30Nov1968
Guests:
Rory Calhoun
Esther Phillips
Andy Russell

Highlights:
Esther Phillips performs "Little Green Apples".
Andy Russell performs "Our Day Will Come".
Rosey Grier sings "What You Gonna Do" and "San Francisco"
The Band performs "All the Things You Are".
Charles Brown interviews blacks living on boats and fishing.

[25] The Rosey Grier Show
07Dec1968
Guests:
Don Rickles
The Taifa Dance Troop

Highlights:
Rosey Grier sings "Go Down Moses" and "Let My People Go." .
The Taifa dancers do South African rain dance.
Don Rickles jokes with Grier.
Charles Brown in the At large segment interviews Paul Tishman about his African art collection;
the Taifa dancers do a South African boot dance.

[26] The Rosey Grier Show
14Dec1968
Guests:
Don Westfall
Tommy Smothers
The Taifa Dance Troop

Highlights:
Rosey Grier sings "Nobody knows the trouble I've Seen".
The Taifa dancers do a Zulu war dance (filmed at Africa USA)
Tommy Smothers jokes with Grier and discusses his venture as Los Angeles producer of Hair at the Aquarius Theater
Charles Brown introduces a filmed report by Fernando Escandon on Olvera Street
The Taifa dancers perform an African marriage dance.
Don Westfall, a comedian with a Paul Lynde-like delivery, performs.

[27] The Rosey Grier Show
21Dec1968 (rerun 10Jan70)
Guests:
Don Adams
Mel Carter
O.J. Simpson.

Highlights:
Mel Carter performs "For Once in My Life".
O.J. Simpson is presented on film
Rosey Grier sings Ring around the world and Bad news
The band performs a Christmas medley on film
Charles Brown interviews O.J. Simpson.

[28] The Rosey Grier Show
28Dec1968 [Independent Press Telegram]
Guests:
Joey Bishop on a trip to Vietnam
Jazz singer Lorez Alexandria
Highlights:
Lorez Alexander sings "Comet in the Sky".
Rosey sings "Georgia on My Mind."
Charles Brown with a filmed visit to Watts Manufacturing.

[29] The Rosey Grier Show
04Jan1969
Guests:
Steve Allen
Sisters Love
Janet Lawson

Highlights:
Sisters Love sing "Midnight Mover".
Steve Allen performs "Blues".
Janet Lawson sings "You Made Me Love You".
Rosey Grier sings "For Your Precious Love" and "Light My Fire".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on boxing.

[30] The Rosey Grier Show
11Jan1969
Guests:
Mike Henry
Ralna Hendrix
Lew Alcindor

Highlights:
Mike Henry sings "Wichita Lineman".
Ralna Hendrix sings You Don't Have to SayYou Love Me".
Lew Alcindor is presented on film.
Rosey Grier sings "Phoenix" and "Stormy Monday."
The band performs "After Hours."
Charles Brown interviews Lew Alcindor of UCLA.

[31] The Rosey Grier Show
18Jan1969
Guests:
Thelma Houston
Bobby Womack

Highlights:
Thelma Houston sings "Eleanor Rigby".
Bobby Womack sings "California Dreamin'".
Rosey Grier sings "Hey, Jude" and "She Loves You, Yeah, Yeah".
The band performs "Look of Love".
Charles Brown discusses students education.

[32] The Rosey Grier Show
25Jan1969 (rerun 12Apr69)
Guests:
Della Reese
Freddie Paris
the cast of "Hair"

Highlights:
Della Reese sings "Gonna Travel On".
Freddie Paris sings Always Something There".
Rosey Grier sings "Sincerely" and "Cry Instead".
The band performs "Green Dolphin Street."
Charles Brown interviews the cast of Hair.

[33] The Rosey Grier Show
01Feb1969
Guests:
Andy Williams
Kim Weston
Tom Reed

Highlights:
Andy Williams sings "The Battle Hymn of the Republic".
Rosey Grier sings "Uptown".
Kim Weston sings "For Once in My Life".
Disc jockey Tom Reed from KGFJ in Los Angeles introduces a film memorial to Robert Kennedy.
Frankie Ortega and his band play "Exodus."
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who in turn introduces a short filmed visit to the
new East Los Angeles Doctors Hospital. Grier and Weston sing Tobacco Road.
All proceeds from the sale of the recording will go to the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Foundation.

[34] The Rosey Grier Show
08Feb1969
Guests:
Ricardo Montalban
Marjorie McCoy
Millicent Browne

Member of Hacker Clinic
Highlights:
Millicent Browne sings "Feelin' Good" and "Something" with Rosey Grier.
Rosey sings "Up on the Roof" and "For Once in My Life".
The band plays "In Crowd".
Charles Brown presents a segment on after school help for underprivileged children.

[35] The Rosey Grier Show
15Feb1969
Guests:
Al Hibbler
Benny Carter

Highlights:
Al Hibbler sings "Don't Get Around".
Rosey Grier sings "Forgot to Be Your Lover".
The band performs "Green Onions".
Charles Brown discusses the Watts Labor Action Committee.

[36] The Rosey Grier Show
22Feb1969 (rerun 01Aug70)
Guests:
Apollos
Jonathan Winters
Lou Rawls
Judge Schaffer

Highlights:
The Apollos sings "Goin' Out of My Head".
Lou Rawls sings "It's You".
Rosey Grier sings "Goodnight My Love", "Hooked on a Feeling", and "In My Tenement".
The band performs "Mercy, Mercy."
In the Charles Brown at large segment, Charles Brown interviews Judge Schaffer about arrest and bail;
a look at the Community Justice Center and a filmed interview with its executive director, Jim McClellan;
the Center assists people who have been arrested.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
01Mar1969
pre-empted for World Cup Alpine Skiing Championship.


[37] The Rosey Grier Show
08Mar1969
Guests:
Gloria Loring
Johnny Nash


[38] The Rosey Grier Show
15Mar1969
Guests:
Mary Lou Volk
Bill Toomey
Delos Jewkes

Highlights:
Mary Lou Volk sings "If I Can Dream" and "Rockin' Good Way" with Rosey.
Delos Jewkes sings "Old Man River".
Rosey Grier sings "All My Loving".
The band performs "Samba d'Orpheu".
Charles Brown discusses the Job Corps.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
22Mar1969
pre-empted for World Cup Alpine Skiing Championship.


[39] The Rosey Grier Show
29Mar1969 (rerun 23Aug69)
Guests:
Morgana King
Balinese dancer I. Made Bandem
Highlights:
Morgana King sings "Eleanor Rigby."
Rosey sings "Abraham, Martin and John."
Charles Brown segment on social workers.

[40] The Rosey Grier Show
05Apr1969
Guests:
Edward G. Robinson
Mary Wells
Highlights:
Edward G. Robinson reads from Martin Luther King
Mary Wells sings "The Doctor".
Rosey Grier sings "Eight Days a Week" and "Goody, Goody".
The band performs "What I Say".
Charles Brown presents Liberty House.

[41] The Rosey Grier Show
12Apr1969
Guests:
Della Reese
Highlights:
Della Reese sings "Gotta Travel On".
Rosey sings "Sincerely."

[42] The Rosey Grier Show
19Apr1969
Guests:
Lyn Roman
Hal Frazer

Highlights:
Lyn Roman sings "Just a Little Lovin'."
Hal Frazier sings "Abraham, Martin and John".
Rosey Grier sings "Love is a Hurtin' Thing" and "Day Tripper".
The band performs "Classical Gas."
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on the Los Angeles City Hall.

[43] The Rosey Grier Show
26Apr1969 (rerun 30Aug69)
Guests:
Spanky Wilson
Stu Gilliam

Highlights:
Spanky Wilson sings "Little Things".
Rosey Grier sings "God Bless the Child" and "Travelin' Man".
The band plays "Misty".
Charles Brown presents women golf pros.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
03May1969
pre-empted for The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special.

[44] The Rosey Grier Show
10May1969
Guests:
The Toys
Adam Wade
Marty Ingels

Highlights:
The Toys sings "Since You've Been Gone"
Adam Wade sings "Half the World"
Rosey Grier sings "Kathy's Clown" and "Hundred Pounds of Clay".
The band performs "Sophisticated Sissy".
Charles Brown presents a segment on computers used to obtain mates.

[45] The Rosey Grier Show
17May1969
Guests:
Peter Breck

[46] The Rosey Grier Show
24May1969
Guests:
Mickey Rooney
Jimmy Holiday
Angelene Butler
Ebony Showcase's Nick Stewart.

Highlights:
Jimmy Holiday and Angelene Butler duet on "Where Am I Going?".

[47] The Rosey Grier Show
31May1969
Guests:
Molly Bee
Big Mama Thornton

Mark Stone
Charles Brown with a look at Operation Bootstrap's doll factory.

[48] The Rosey Grier Show
07Jun1969
Guests:
Al Jarreau
Pat McCormick

Highlights:
Al Jarreau sings "Masquenada".
Rosey Grier sings "Save the Last Dance For Me" and "I Wonder Why".
The band performs "Day Tripper".
Charles Brown interviews the City Clerk of Compton, California.

[49] The Rosey Grier Show
14Jun1969
Guests:
Talya Ferro
Deacon Jones

Highlights:
Talya Ferro sings "We Could Learn Together".
Deacon Jones sings "Lovin' a Pro".
Rosey Grier sings "Show Me" and "Amen".
The band performs "Dock of the Bay".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who visits a tile factory.

[50] The Rosey Grier Show
21Jun1969
Guests:
Pam & Darlee Gibbson
Les McCann
Johnnie Taylor

Highlights:
Pam & Darlee Gibbson sing "Remember When We Were Young".
Les McCann sings "What I Call Soul".
Johnnie Taylor performs Who's Makin' Love?".
Rosey Grier sings "I'm in Love" and "He Will Break Your Heart".
Singer-pianist Les McCann performs "Sad Little Girl".
The band performs "Mission Impossible".
Charles Brown discusses the Montessori Schools.

[51] The Rosey Grier Show
28Jun1969 (rerun 06Sep69)
Guests:
Sallie Blair
Bob Hope

Highlights:
Sallie Blair sings "The Girl's in Love With You".
Bob Hope appears.
Rosey Grier sings "I Heard it Through the Grapevine" and "Get Ready, Here I Come".
The band performs "Street of Dreams".
Charles Brown discusses the Models Exchange.

[52] The Rosey Grier Show
05Jul1969
Guests:
Nichelle Nichols
Pat Paulsen
Rick Holmes
The Real Thing

Highlights:
The Real Thing sings "Aquarius".
Nichelle Nichols sings "Put Your Heart in Your Task".
Rosey Grier sings "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" and "Skinny Legs".
The band performs "Wichita Lineman".
Charles Brown interviews Rick Holmes, D.J. for KBCA.

[53] The Rosey Grier Show
12Jul1969
Guests:
Shony Alex Braun
Clara Ward
Professor Irwin Corey

Highlights:
Shony Alex Braun performs "Romanian Lark."
Clara Ward sings "Eye on the Sparrow".
Rosey Grier sings "Moon River" and "Shake."
The band performs "77 Sunset Strip".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a piece on the stock market.

[54] The Rosey Grier Show
19Jul1969
Guests:
Robert Culp
Mary Lee Whitney

flamenco dancer Ricardo Peinado
Highlights:
Mary Lee Whitney sings "Can't See Myself Losing You".
Ricardo Peinado performs Veracruz".
Rosey Grier sings "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day" and "Who's Makin' Love".
The band performs "Eleanor Rigby".
Charles Brown presents a segment on a reducing salon.

[55] The Rosey Grier Show
26Jul1969
Guests:
Jimmy Lewis
Richard Dawson
J.P. Morgan
Tom Bradley

Highlights:
Jimmy Lewis sings "Can't Get No Lovin' Nowhere".
J.P. Morgan sings "More Today Than Yesterday".
Rosey Grier sings "People Make the World" and "Get Ready".
The band performs "You Stepped Out of a Dream".
Charles Brown interviews Tom Bradley.

[56] The Rosey Grier Show
02Aug1969 (rerun 03Jan70)
Guests:
Lynn Kellogg
Irwin C. Watson

Highlights:
Lynn Kellogg sings "Do What You Gotta Do".
Rosey Grier sings "Never Gonna Give You Up" and "Don't Look Back".
The band performs "A Foggy Day".
Charles Brown interviews a taxi driver.

[57] The Rosey Grier Show
09Aug1969 (rerun 17Jan70)
Guests:
Anna Black
Gary Lewis & the Playboys

Highlights:
Anna Black sings "Devil Man."
Gary Lewis & the Playboys perform "Hayride".
Rosey Grier sings "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "Western Union Man".
The band performs "Windmills of Your Mind".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on Mexican announcer.

[58] The Rosey Grier Show
16Aug1969
Guests:
Darby Hinton
Josie Van Otterlo
The Impressions

Highlights:
Josie Van Otterlo sings "Softly."
The Impressions sing "Choice of Colors" and "Winners-Amen".
Rosey Grier sings "One Mint Julep".
The band performs "Angel Flight".
Charles Brown presents a segment on cosmetics and make-up.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
23Aug1969 (repeat from 29Mar69)
Morgana King, I. Made Bandem.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
30Aug1969 (repeat from 26Apr69)
Stu Gilliam, Spanky Wilson.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
05Sep1969 (repeat from 28Jun69)
Bob Hope, Sallie Blair


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ABC Saturdays 6:30pm PST

2.01 [59] The Rosey Grier Show
20Sep1969
Guests:
Soupy Sales
Fred Thompson
Sylvia Moro

Highlights:
Fred Thompson performs "Lady of Spain" and "Never on a Sunday".
Sylvia Mora sings "Born to Lose".
Rosey Grier sings "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "I Found a True Love".
The band performs "Granada".
Charles Brown presents a segment on the Urban League training program.

2.02 [60] The Rosey Grier Show
27Sep1969
Guests:
George Jessel
Ula Walker

Highlights:
Ula Walker sings "Respect".
Rosey Grier sings "Don't Make Promises" and "Don't Fight It."
The band performs "Spinning Wheel" and "What Now My Love" with Frank Ponti.
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
04Oct1969
pre-empted by NCAA Football game.


2.03 [61] The Rosey Grier Show
11Oct1969
Guests:
Dick Kerr
Sally Ann Howe

Highlights:
Fernando Escandon sings "Those Were the Days".
Rosey Grier sings "My Ancestors" and "Sonny".
The band performs "Mercy, Mercy".
Charles Brown presents a segment on a fire station.

2.04 [62] The Rosey Grier Show
18Oct1969
Producer Jimmie Baker
Director Mark Massari
Guests:
Jeanette White
pianist singer Marian McPartland
comic Dave Madden
Highlights:
Jeanette White performs "Music."
Marian McPartland sings "Things Ain't What They Used to Be".
Rosey Grier sings "Just a Little Bit of Rain" and "My Cherie Amour".
The band plays "Rinky Dink".
Charles Brown interviews freeway workers.

2.05 [63] The Rosey Grier Show
25Oct1969
Guests:
Milton Berle
Little Janice
Gabor Szabo

Highlights:
Little Janice sings "Goodbye Baby."
Gabor Szabo sings "Stormy".
Rosey Grier sings "Every Day I Have the Blues".
Frankie Ortega orchestra plays "Mo' Onions".
Charles Brown does a segment on Wong's Cafe.

2.06 [64] The Rosey Grier Show
01Nov1969
Guests:
Priscilla Paris
CaShears
Max Baer

Highlights:
Priscilla Paris sings "Just Friends".
CaShears sing "I Know".
Rosey Grier sings "Ain't that Peculiar" and "Look at Granny Run".
The band plays "You've Made Me So Very Happy".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents an American Indian story.

2.07 [65] The Rosey Grier Show
08Nov1969
Guests:
Ernestine Anderson
Rudy Vallee

Highlights:
Ernestine Anderson sings "Once in a Lifetime".
Rudy Vallee sings "Kansas City Kitty".
Rosey Grier sings "Deeper in the Hole" and "Wichita Lineman".
The band plays "Band Song".
Charles Brown interviews black lawyers.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
15Nov1969
pre-empted by NCAA Football game.


2.08 [66] The Rosey Grier Show
22Nov1969
Guests:
Gisele MacKenzie
Bill Roy
Duncan Sisters

Highlights:
The Duncan Sisters sing "Twenty-five Miles".
Gisele MacKenzie sings "This Gal's in Love With You" and "Accentuate the Positive" with Rosey.
Rosey Grier sings "Drowning in My Own Tears".
The band plays the "St. Louis Blues".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a Mexican parade and celebration.

2.09 [67] The Rosey Grier Show
29Nov1969 (rerun 08Aug70)
Guests:
Bob Crane
Casey Anderson
Etta James
Mickey Curtis

Highlights:
Casey Anderson sings "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight".
Etta James sings "Mr. Pitifull".
Rosey Grier sings "Dock of the Bay" and "Never Like This Before".
The band plays Sunset Boulevard; Charles Brown interviews UCLA football All-American, Mickey Curtis.

2.10 [68] The Rosey Grier Show
06Dec1969 (rerun 13Feb70)
Guests:
Richard Williams
Inger Cassietta George
Fess Parker
Arthur Ashe

Highlights:
Richard Williams sings "Hard Times".
Ingr Cassietta George sings "Thank You Lord."
Rosey Grier sings "Lucky Old Sun" and "I Stand Accused".
Frankie Ortega and the band plays "Working on a Groovy Thing".
Charles Brown interviews tennis pro Arthur Ashe.

2.11 [69] The Rosey Grier Show
13Dec1969
Guests:
Dian Hart
Marc Copage
Rossi & White

Highlights:
Dian Hart sings "He's Just a Man".
Marc Copage sings Thank You Song."
Rosey Grier sings "Poor Boy" and "Grits Ain't Groceries".
The band plays "Soulful Strut".
Charles Brown presents a segment on the Rumor Control Center.

2.12 [70] The Rosey Grier Show
20Dec1969
Guests:
Jonathan Moore
Carmen
Ken Berry
Pam Grier

Highlights:
Carmen sings "Secret Love"
Rosey Grier sings "Kiddio" and "Let It Be Me" with Pam Grier.
The band plays "Hey, Jude".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on Operation Cooperation.

2.13 [71] The Rosey Grier Show
27Dec1969
Guests:
Jody Donavan
Howlett Smith
Damita Jo

Highlights:
Jody Donavan sings a medley.
Howlett Smith sings "The Grass is Greener."
Damita Jo sings "Lazy River."
Rosey Grier sings "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Come Together".
The band plays "Let Go".
Charles Brown presents a segment on Windsor Hill Elementary School.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
03Jan1970 (repeat from 02Aug69)
Lynn Kellogg, Irwin C. Watson, Profile of a taxi driver.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
10Jan1970 (repeat from 21Dec68)
Don Adams, Mel Carter, O.J. Simpson.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
17Jan1970 (repeat from 09Aug69)
Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Anna Black, Kahana

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
24Jan1970 (repeat from )


2.14 [72] The Rosey Grier Show
31Jan1970
Guests:
Jim Cato
Helen O'Connell
Arthur Prysock

Highlights:
Helen O'Connell sings "Star Eyes".
Arthur Prysock plays "Go Ahead and Fly."
Rosey Grier sings "Get Ready" and "People Make the World".
The band plays "Walk On By".
Charles Brown interviews an auto dealer.

2.15 [73] The Rosey Grier Show
07Feb1970
Guests:
Peter Lawford
Rich Little
the Natura Elles

Highlights:
Rosey Grier sings "Whose Makin' Love" and "Moon River".
Rich Little and Rosey sing "Hey, Jude".
The Natura Elles sing "Whirlpool".
Frankie Ortega and the band perform "Light My Fire".
Charles Brown does a comedy monologue on Hollywood.

2.16 [74] The Rosey Grier Show
14Feb1970
Producer Jimmie Baker
Director Mark Mussari
Guests:
George Spell
Evie Sands
Gary Crosby

Highlights:
George Spell sings "By the Sea".
Evie Sands sings "Any Way That You Want Me".
Gary Crosby sings "Games People Play".
Rosey Grier sings "Do What You Gotta Do" and "You're No Good".
The band plays "For Once in My Life".
Charles Brown presents a segment on the Inter-City Cultural Center.

2.17 [75] The Rosey Grier Show
21Feb1970
Guests:
Darleen Carr
Jimmy Witherspoon
Louis Nye

Highlights:
Darleen Carr sings "North".
Jimmy Witherspoon sings "Just a dream".
Rosey sings "Don't Fight It" and "Fools Rush In".
The band plays "Happy Together".
Charles Brown interviews artist Charles White.

2.18 [76] The Rosey Grier Show
28Feb1970
Guests:
Bobby Womack
Joe E. Ross
Hazel Scott

Highlights:
Bobby Womack sings "How I Miss You Baby" and "Backfield in Motion" with Rosey and Stu.
Hazel Scott sings "But Not For Me".
Rosey Grier sings "Memphis".
The band plays "Cantaloupe Island".
Charles Brown interviews a student from Ghana live.

2.19 [77] The Rosey Grier Show
07Mar1970
Guests:
Tuane & Rosemary
Stu Gardner
David Canary

Highlights:
Tuane & Rosemary sing "Yellow Light in the Morning".
Stu Gardner sings "I'm a Better Man".
David Canary sings "Shenandoah".
Rosey Grier sings "Proud Mary" and "Where the Master Lives".
The band plays "Down on the Corner".
Charles Brown presents a segment on the Los Angeles Association of General Contractors, Sub-contractors and Specialty Contractors.

2.20 [78] The Rosey Grier Show
14Mar1970 (rerun 15Aug70)
Guests:
Kathe Green
Jean Simmons
Richard Brooks

Highlights:
Kathe Green sings "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life".
Rosey Grier sings "Games People Play" and "The Letter".
The band plays "Goin' Out of My Head".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on sports.

2.21 [79] The Rosey Grier Show
21Mar1970
Guests:
Tom Patterson
Joe Simon
Shani Wallis

Highlights:
Joe Simon sings "Moon Walk".
Rosey Grier sings "Someday We'll Be Together Again" and "Black Pearl".
The band plays "Do Your Thing".
Charles Brown presents a segment on the Central Committee for Mental Health.

2.22 [80] The Rosey Grier Show
28Mar1970
Producer Jimmie Baker
Director Wes Butler
Guests:
B.B. King
Lois Walden
Mantan Moreland & Roosevelt Livinggood

Highlights:
B.B. King sings "The Thrill is Gone".
Rosey Grier sings "Rainy Night in Georgia" and "Cupid".
The band plays "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head".
In the Man at large segment, Charles Brown talks to former military doctor and Vietnam doctor Gus White;
Mantan Moreland and Roosevelt Livinggood appear.

2.23 [81] The Rosey Grier Show
04Apr1970
Guests:
Arthur Adams
George Maharis
Trina Parks

Highlights:
Arthur Adams sings "Uncle Tom".
Trina Parks sings "And I Love Him".
Rosey Grier sings "Easy to Be Hard" and "Take Care of Your Homework" with Arthur Adams.
The band plays the Midnight Cowboy theme.
Charles Brown presents a segment on a black owned airline.

2.24 [82] The Rosey Grier Show
11Apr1970
Guests:
Sandi Lee
Felix Caballero
Stanley Myron Handelman

Highlights:
Sandi Lee sings "Cycles".
Felix Caballero sings "Delilah".
Rosey Grier sings "Any Day Now" and "Lies".
The band plays "One Two Three".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on Mexican cleaners.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
18Apr1970
pre-empted for The Ted Williams Story special.


2.25 [83] The Rosey Grier Show
25Apr1970
Guests:
Budd Schulberg
Brownie McGhee
Sonny Terry
and Arthur Adams.

2.26 [84] The Rosey Grier Show
02May1970 (rerun 05Sep70)
Guests:
Robert Wagner
Mal Z. Lawrence
Sundayís Child

Highlights:
Sundayís child performs "Since You've Been Gone".
Rosey Grier sings "I Wake Up Crying" and "Love Bones".
The band plays "I'll Never Fall in Love Again".
Charles Brown presents a segment on narcotics including Rosey Grier, Robert Wagner, and Dr. Joel Hockman.

2.27 [85] The Rosey Grier Show
09May1970 (rerun 29Aug70)
Guests:
Linda Hopkins
Dick Jensen
Lennon Sisters

Highlights:
Linda Hopkins sings "My Man" and performs a gospel medley with Rosey Grier.
Dick Jensen sings "Spinning Wheel".
The Lennon Sisters sing "Put a Little Love in Your Heart".
Rosey Grier sings "When a Man Loves a Woman".
The band plays "Eli's Coming".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on Mex. Transp. Hospital.

2.28 [86] The Rosey Grier Show
16May1970
Guests:
Dave Barry
Stu Gardner
Carmen McRae

Highlights:
Stu Gardner sings "Expressing My Love".
Carmen McRae sings "Just a Dream Ago Again".
Rosey Grier sings "I Wake Up Crying" and "Your Precious Love".
The band plays "Jam Up and Jelly Tight".
charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who interviews Raul Rohos, a fighter.

2.29 [87] The Rosey Grier Show
23May1970
Guests:
Richard & Willie
Frank Ponti
Ann Miller

Highlights:
Frank Ponti sings "Impossible Dream".
Ann Miller performs to "Come Back to Me".
Rosey Grier sings "Easy to Be Hard" and "Proud Mary".
The band plays "Mal Clave" with Tito Rivera.
Charles Brown interviews Soul Publications editor, Leroy Robinson.

2.30 [88] The Rosey Grier Show
30May1970
Guests:
Eddie Harris
Esther Marrow
Marty Allen

Highlights:
Eddie Harris performs the 1974 blues.
Esther Marrow sings "What a Wonderful World".
Rosey Grier sings "Ain't No Way" and "Ticket to Ride".
The band plays "Something".
Charles Brown presents a segment on an upholstering business.

2.31 [89] The Rosey Grier Show
06Jun1970
Guests:
Judy Mayhan
Amos & Annie
Frankie Randall

Highlights:
Judy Mayhan sings Dream Going By".
Frankie Randall sings "Spinning Wheel".
Rosey Grier sings "Woman Woman" and "I'll Be Doggone".
The band plays Donde estabas tu; Charles Brown presents a segment on a paraplegic basketball player.

2.32 [90] The Rosey Grier Show
13Jun1970
Guests:
Elois Daniels
Ron Coden
Yma Sumac

Highlights:
Elois Daniels sings "I'll Take You All the Way There".
Ron Coden sings "Man from LaMancha".
Yma Sumac sings "La Pamba y la Puna".
Rosey Grier sings "High Heel Sneakers" and "Let it Be".
The band plays "Evil Ways".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on a Latin professor.

2.33 [91] The Rosey Grier Show
20Jun1970
Guests:
Skillet & Leroy
Arthur Lee Simpkins
Paula Kelly
Della Reese

Highlights:
Arthur Lee Simpkins sings "Granada".
Paula Kelly sings "It's a Nice Face".
Rosey Grier sings "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" and "Goin' Out of My Head."
The band plays "Come Together".
Charles Brown interviews Della Reese.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
27Jun1970
pre-empted for the 10th Annual Coaches All-America Football Game.

2.34 [92] The Rosey Grier Show
04Jul1970
Producer Jimmie Baker
Director Wes Butler
Guests:
Jack DeLeon
Sound Stage #1
James Darren

Highlights:
Sound Stage #1 performs "Respect".
James Darren sings "More Today Than Yesterday".
Rosey Grier sings "A Change is Gonna Come" and "Blowing in the Wind".
The band plays the Bull fighter song.
Charles Brown presents a segment on the Watts Writers Workshop.

2.35 [93] The Rosey Grier Show
11Jul1970
Guests:
Bob Blasser
Arthur Duncan
Eartha Kitt
Arthur Adams

Highlights:
Arthur Duncan sings "Once in a Lifetime."
Arthur Adams sings "I Care".
Rosey Grier sings If Walls Could Talk".
The band plays "The Ghetto".
Charles Brown presents a segment on ecology, disposal truck drive.

2.36 [94] The Rosey Grier Show
18Jul1970 (rerun 10Oct70)
Producer Jimmie Baker
Director Wes Butler
Guests:
Goldfinger & Dove
John Gary

Evelyn Freeman's Exciting Voices.
Highlights:
John Gary sings "In the Wind".
Rosey Grier sings United We Stand" with a choir and "Let the Sun Shine" with a choir and John Gary.
The band plays "Love Grows Where Rosemary Goes".
Charles Brown presents a segment on womenís liberation.

2.37 [95] The Rosey Grier Show
25Jul1970
Guests:
Edie Adams
Sammy King
Regular: Charles Brown
Highlights:
Rosey Grier sings "Light My Fire".
The band plays "Celebrate".
Charles Brown presents a segment.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
01Aug1970 (repeat from 22Feb69)
Jonathan Winters, Lou Rawls, The Apollos.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
08Aug1970 (repeat from 29Nov69)
Bob Crane, Etta James, Casey Anderson.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
15Aug1970 (repeat from 14Mar70)
Jean Simmons and husband Richard Brookes, Kathe Green.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
22Aug1970
pre-empted for Preview to the California 600 with Dick Smothers.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
29Aug1970 (repeat from 09May70)
Lennon Sisters, Linda Hopkins, Dick Jensen.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
05Sep1970 (repeat from 02May70)
Robert Wagner, Mal Z. Lawrence, Sunday's Child.

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
12Sep1970 (repeat from?)


###### The Rosey Grier Show ######
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Now ABC Saturdays at 10:30pm [Independent Press Telegram]

3.01 [96] The Rosey Grier Show [Season 3 Premiere]
19Sep1970 (rerun 05Dec70)
Guests:
Della Reese
Charles Brown at large segment explores the workings of a Spanish-speaking radio station with radio and TV personality Fernando Escandon.

3.02 [97] The Rosey Grier Show
26Sep1970 (rerun 19Dec70)
Guests:
Roberta Flack
Redd Foxx

Highlights:
Roberta Flack sings "Business Goes on as Usual."
Rosey Grier sings "People Make the World" and "My Cherie Amour."
The band plays Slaughter on 10th Avenue.
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on an actor from Colombia, South America.

3.03 [98] The Rosey Grier Show
03Oct1970 (rerun 26Dec70)
Guests:
Mama Cass
Highlights:
Mama Cass sings "Dream a Little Dream" and "Kiddio" with Rosey Grier.
Rosey Grier sings "I'll be in Trouble" and "Drown in My Own Tears."
The band plays "Kansas City."
Charles Brown presents a segment on Action Industries (a ghetto conglomerate).

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
10Oct1970 (repeat from 18Jul70)
John Gary, Goldfinger & Dove, Charles Brown with a look at Women's Lib.

3.04 [99] The Rosey Grier Show
17Oct1970
Guests:
Greg Morris
Zella Lehr
Charles Brown.

Highlights:
Zella Lehr sings "For Once in My Life".
Rosey Grier sings "You keep Me Hangin' In".
The band plays "Mission Impossible."
Charles Brown presents a segment on the post office.

3.05 [100] The Rosey Grier Show
24Oct1970
Guests:
Ricardo Montalban
Marjorie McCoy
Millicent Browne

Highlights:
Millicent Browne sings "Feelin' Good" and "Something" with Rosey Grier.
Rosey sings "Up on the Roof" and "For Once in My Life."
The band plays In crowd.
Charles Brown presents a segment on after school help for underprivileged children.

3.06 [101] The Rosey Grier Show
31Oct1970
Guests:
Mahalia Jackson
Lenny Welch

Highlights:
Mahalia Jackson sings "I Have a Friend".
Lenny Welch sings "Since I Fell for You".

3.07 [102] The Rosey Grier Show
07Nov1970
Guests:
Lionel Hampton
Gelsa Palao
Fernando Escandon

Highlights:
Lionel Hampton performs "Hamps Booga Loo" and "Groovin'" with Rosey Grier and Airmail Special.
Gelsa Palao sings "Get out of My Life".
Rosey Grier sings "Let Us Break Bread Together".
Charles Brown introduces Fernando Escandon who presents a segment on Mexican-American public relations and a policeman.

3.08 [103] The Rosey Grier Show
14Nov1970
Guests:
George Carlin
Sharon Cash

model Doris Hawkins
Highlights:
Sharon Cash sings "Sufferin' with the Blues".
Rosey Grier sings "Walk on By" and "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted".
The band plays "Fool on the Hill."
Charles Brown presents a segment on fencing in the ghetto.

3.09 [104] The Rosey Grier Show
21Nov1970
Guests:
boxing champ Joe Frazier

3.10 [105] The Rosey Grier Show [Final new episode of the series]
28Nov1970
Guests:
Quincy Jones
and vocalist Carmen.

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[--] The Rosey Grier Show
05Dec1970 (repeat from 19Sep70)
Della Reese

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
12Dec1970 (repeat from )

[--] The Rosey Grier Show
19Dec1970 (repeat from 26Sep70)
Roberta Flack, Redd Foxx

[--] The Rosey Grier Show [Final Repeat]
26Dec1970 (repeat from 03Oct70)
Mama Cass Elliott


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