CTVA US Music Variety - "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (NBC)(1967-73)

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Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1967-73)
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ROWAN AND MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN
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NBC
Executive Producers George Schlatter & Ed Frendly
Produced by Paul W. Keyes

US Music Variety Comedy series 1967-73    75 episodes x 60 min

Hosted by Dan Rowan & Dick Martin

The Regular Laugh-In Girls included:
Judy Carne ("Sock it to me"), Goldie Hawn, Jo Anne Worley, Ruth Buzzi, Lilly Tomlin, Teresa Graves, Chelsea Brown,
Pamela Rogers.

The Regular Laugh-In Guys included:
Arte Johnson, Henry Gibson, Dave Madden, Jeremy Lloyd, Alan Sues,
Flip Wilson (regular guest) Tiny Tim (regular guest)

Announcer: Gary Owens
Orchestra: Ian Bernard

Premise/ Background:
A fast-moving satirization of the contemporary scene, through music, song, dance, and comedy, plus many
cameo appearances by Celebrities and occasionally Politicians, delivering quick-fire jokes.

Laugh-In had many catchphrases and running gags:
"Sock It to Me" (Judy Carne)
"Look that up in your Funk and Wagnell"
"You Bet Your Sweet Bippy"
"Very Interesting"
"Goodnight Mister Dillon, Goodnight Lucy" - a reference to "Gunsmoke" and "The Lucy Show" on CBS
in the same time slot.

  Video - Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Quickies-Cocktail Party-Ending Jokes  (5pt)

Video - Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Clips  (12pt)

Video - Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Outtakes  (2pt)

Video - "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" - compilation - original VT

Video - Rowan & Martin - "Special Events Interview" - 1978

Video  - Dick Martin - Archive Interview (7pt)  -pts 2,3,6,7 missing/ unlisted

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Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In  [Pilot]
9 September 1967 NBC
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin host a Laugh-In. Along with Barbara Feldon, Pamela Austin, Judy Carne, Ken Berry,
Henry Gibson, Larry Hovis and others.
With segments likle "Cocktail Party", "New Talent Department, "Mod Mod Mod Mod World", "The News From 1987"
and a little history. With the success of the special, it made a hit show in 1968.

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NBC Mondays (from 22-Jan-1968)

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############## season 2 1968-69 ##############
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NBC Mondays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
(against "Gunsmoke" & "The Lucy Show" on CBS)

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NBC Mondays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
(against "Gunsmoke" & "The Lucy Show" on CBS)

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NBC Mondays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
(against "Gunsmoke" & "The Lucy Show" on CBS)

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NBC Mondays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
(against "Gunsmoke" on CBS) ("The Lucy Show" moved to 9:00pm on CBS)

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############## season 5 1972-73 ##############
############### (final season) ###############
NBC Mondays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
(against "Gunsmoke" on CBS)
Mister Dillon had the last laugh - "Gunsmoke" stayed on air another 2 seasons)

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