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The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967-69)
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THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS COMEDY HOUR
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CBS (Sundays 9:00-10:00pm ET) (5Feb67 8Jun69)
ABC (Wednesdays) (8Jul70-16Sep70)
Producers: Saul Ilson, Ernest Chambers, Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

US Music Variety Comedy series 1967-69 83 episodes x 60 min (5Feb67 8Jun69)(CBS)
1970 8 episodes x 60 min (8Jul70-16Sep70)(ABC)

Hosted by Tom and Dick Smothers

Announcer: Peter Cullen

Regular/Recurring Cast:
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
Bob Einstein
Mason Williams
(1967-1969)
Jennifer Warnes ? (1967-1969) (or Jennifer Warren?)
John Hartford (1968-1969)
Sally Struthers (1970)
Spencer Quinn (1970)
Cathy Cahill, Carl Gotlieb, Jessica Myserson

The Jimmy Joyce Singers, The Anita Kerr Singers
The Louis Da Pron Dancers (1967-1968), The Ron Poindexter Dancers (1968-1969)
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra

Writers: Stan Burns, Ernest Chambers, Rob Reiner, Steve Martin, Hal Goldman, Mike Marmer,
Gene Farmer, Murray Roman, Ron Clark, Allan Blye.
Directors: Bill Davis and Stan Harris.

 #### The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour ####
########### Season 1 Early 1967 ###########
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CBS Sundays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
1/2 season
Replaced "The Garry Moore Show" which was cancelled mid-season

[01] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
05Feb1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Ed Sullivan
Jill St. John
Jim Nabors
Danny Thomas

Premiere garnered at 23.4 rating.

[02] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
12Feb1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Eddie Albert
Eva Gabor

and The Turtles.

[03] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
19Feb1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jack Benny
George Burns

Israeli singer Esther Ofarim

[04] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
26Feb1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Bette Davis
Bob Crane

and Buffalo Springfield.

[05] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
05Mar1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Carl Reiner
Barbara Eden
Paul Revere & the Raiders.

Highlights:
Paul Revere & the Raiders perform "Ups & Downs".

[06] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
12Mar1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Carol Burnett
and The Baja Marimba Band.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Anita Kerr Singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra
Highlights:
Dick and Carol duet to "You've Got Possibilities".
Baja Marimba Band perform "Brasilia" and "Clancy Lowered the Boom".
Tom & Dick do "In a Little Red Barn" and "They Call the Wind Maria".
All join in for "The Protest Song".

[07] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
19Mar1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jimmy Durante
Inger Stevens

and The Turtles.

[08] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
26Mar1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Tony Randall
Jack Jones
Sid and Marty Krofft Puppets.


[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
02Apr1967 CBS Sun
pre-empted

[09] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
09Apr1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Lana Turner
Robert Morse

and The Electric Prunes
The Association


[10] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
16Apr1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Elaine May
Esther Ofarim

and The Blue Magoos.

[11] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
23Apr1967 CBS Sun [rerun 02Jun68]
Guests
Carl Reiner
Hamilton Camp
Jennie Smith

and The Happenings.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce Singers
Louis DaPron dancers
and Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Carl performs "Take Me Out to the Ball Game".
Jennie sings "It All Depends on the Mood I'm In".
The Happenings perform "I've Got Rhythm".
In sketches Carl tells the story of a baseball pitcher (Tom), demonstrates foreighn commercials and takes
part in a spoof of "Julius Caesar".
Dick interviews an underground movie director (Hamilton).

[12] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
30Apr1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Nancy Sinatra
Frank Sinatra Jr.

and Dom DeLuise.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce Singers
Louis DaPron dancers
and Nelson Riddle Orchestra.

[13] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
07May1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jonathan Winters
Nancy Wilson

and the Jefferson Airplane.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Nancy & Tom sing "Hound Dog Blues".
Dick performs "Born Free".
Jonathan portrays characters from the Smothers' childhood and joins his hosts to update Mother Goose nursery rhymes.
Pat gives an editorial on divorce laws.

[14] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
14May1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Janet Leigh
Jim Connell

comic Hamilton Camp
and Simon and Garfunkel.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Simon and Garfunkel sing "Cloudy" and "The 59th Street Bridge Song".
Tom is a man about town in a sketch and shows off for his date (Janet) at a French restaurant.
The orneriest outlaws in the Wild West throw a surprise birthday party for Billy the Kid (Tom).

[15] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
21May1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Sonny and Cher
Barbara Bain

and Martin Landau.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
In a comic historical sketch two brothers (Tom and Dick) vow to free the Russian czarina (Barbara)
from Rasputin's (Martin) evil influence.

[16] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
28May1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jim Backus
Margaret O'Brien
Hamilton Camp
and The Association.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Planned parodies of a one-episode soap opera and a circus sketch in which Tom plays a seal.

[17] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
04Jun1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Steve Allen
Vikki Carr
and the Teddy Neeley Five.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Sketches are drawn from Steve's television careerL a man-on-the-street interview, a spoof of late-night
talk shows and a game of mad-libs using words suggested by the studio audience.

[18] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
11Jun1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Noel Harrison
Shirley Jones

[19] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
18Jun1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Tammy Grimes
John Gary

and The Buckinghams.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
The Buckinghams perform "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" and "Don't You Care?".
John Gary sings "The Impossible Dream" and "Two Brothers".
Smothers Brothers and John Gary do "Londonderry Air" and "The Lonely Goatherd".
Tammy Grimes sings "That's Life" and "I'm Indestructible".
Sketches: an accuracy check on yearbook prophesies for 1957 high school graduates, and a Civil War segment
about a Southern belle (Tammy) in love with brothers on opposite sides (Tom and Dick).

[20] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
25Jun1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Bette Davis
Tony Randall
Jack Jones
Esther Ofarim
Sid & Marty Krofft

and the Jefferson Airplane.

#### The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour ####
########## Season 2 1967-1968 #############
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CBS Sundays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern

2.01 [21] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
10Sep1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Janet Leigh
Pete Seeger

and Bobbie Gentry.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Bobbie Gentry sings "Ode to Billy Joe" and "Niki Hoeky".
Pete sings "Round and Round Old Joe Clark".
Tom and Dick duet with "Summer Song".
Tom and Janet share an embarrassing moment.
Pat Paulsen delivers an editorial on gambling and a comic study of a high school drop-out.

2.02 [22] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
17Sep1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Bette Davis
Mickey Rooney

and The Who.
Highlights:
The Who perform "My Generation".

2.03 [23] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
24Sep1967 CBS Sun
Guests
George Burns
Janis Ian

and Herman's Hermits. (UK Pop Group)

2.04 [24] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
01Oct1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jane Powell
Noel Harrison

and The Cake, a female rock group.
Highlights:
Noel sings "Sweetheart, Sweetheart" and "Indian Love Call" with Jane Powell.

2.05 [25] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
08Oct1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Greer Garson
and The Association.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French

2.06 [26] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
15Oct1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Kate Smith
Ronnie Schell
Gino Conforti
Simon & Garfunkel


2.07 [27] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
22Oct1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Eddie Albert
Moms Mabley

and The Byrds.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French

2.08 [28] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
29Oct1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Shirley Jones
Harry Blackstone Jr.

and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French

2.09 [29] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
05Nov1967 CBS Sun (rerun 29Dec68)
Guests
Ricardo Montalban
Diahann Carroll

and The First Edition.

2.10 [30] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
12Nov1967 CBS Sun
Guests
James Mason
Barbara Feldon
Jimmie Rodgers

Pat Paulsen
David Frye.

2.11 [31] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
19Nov1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Carol Burnett
George Segal
Nancy Wilson
Paul Revere & The Raiders.


2.12 [32] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
26Nov1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jimmy Durante
Nancy Ames
Janis Ian
Scoey Mitchell

with regulars
Gino Conforti
Mason Williams
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
03Dec1967 CBS Sun
pre-empted for The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special.


2.13 [33] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
10Dec1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Agnes Moorehead
Norm Crosby

Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
and The Hollies (UK Pop Group)

2.14 [34] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
17Dec1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Tallulah Bankhead
Mama Cass Elliott

Pat Paulsen
and The Temptations (Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin.

2.15 [35] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
24Dec1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Jack Benny
Nanette Fabray

Brazilian composer-guitarist Marcos Valle
and his wife singer Anamaria.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Nanette sings "Twelve Days of Christmas".
Marcos performs "The Face I Love" and "Summer Samba".
A modern version of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" with Nanette (Mrs. Cratchit), Tom (Scrooge), Dick (Tiny Tim)
and Pat Paulsen (Spirit of Christmas).

2.16 [36] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
31Dec1967 CBS Sun
Guests
Eddie Albert
Judy Collins
Bobby Blackmore

and The Irish Rovers.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Hamilton Camp
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Eddie Albert performs "The Battle of New Orleans" and "The Ballad of William Sycamore".
Judy sings "I Think It's Going to Rain Today".
The Irish Rovers perform "Good-bye, Mrs. Durkin".
The cast holds a community sing and rings in the New Year with Pat Paulsen as the diapered babe 1968.
Pat's editorial are events of the past year.

2.17 [37] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
07Jan1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Edgar Bergen
Judy Carne
Scoey Mitchell

and The First Edition
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Gino Conforti
Leigh French
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Judy sings "Wasn't It a Bit Like Now?"
The First Edition perform "Just Dropped In".
Tom and Dick duet with "Troubador Song".
Dick and Judy sing "When I'm Sixty-Four".
Edgar Bergen converses with Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer Snerd and Effie Clinker.
Dick conducts the Smothers Brothers poll on possibilities for a 51st state.
Pat Paulsen editorializes on TV censorship.

2.18 [38] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
14Jan1968
Guests
Patty Duke
Don Rickles
The Association.

with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Don Rickles comments on TV ratings and enters the music scene as a tambourine player backing the Brothers.
Sketches take off on the traveling salesman (Tom), the farmer (Pat) and the farmer's daughter (Patty) and
the romance of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith.

2.19 [39] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
21Jan1968 CBS Sun
Sid Caesar
Glen Campbell

and Blackstone Rangers.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
Gino Conforti
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Sid plays a Frenchman, a Cuban and a German being polled on their views of the U.S.
Tom and the Louis DaPron dancers do a take-off on a Las Vegas revue.
Pat Paulsen's satirical Fathers sing "You Can't Put Us Down".
The finale re-creates an old Bavarian folk tale.

2.20 [40] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
28Jan1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Robert Morse
Nanette Fabray

Paul Revere & The Raiders
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Tom is a teenager Romeo and Nanette is his mother.
Pat Paulsen editorializes on Congressional ethics.
The finale is a salute to shoes.

2.21 [41] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
04Feb1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Arthur Godfrey
Moms Mabley

The Bee Gees (UK/Australian Pop Group)
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Arthur plays the ukele in a number with the Brothers
and joins the cast for a spoof of TV commercials.
Finale is a take-off on the Lewis and Clark expedition.

2.22 [42] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
11Feb1968 CBS Sun
Guests
singer Mel Torme
comedian-actor Don Knotts
and sitarist Ravi Shankar.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Mel Torme sings "The Saga of Bonnie and Clyde" and "The Folks Who Live on the Hill".
Tom and Dick duet with "Mule Train".
Don and Mel join the Brothers and Pat Paulsen in a sketch surveying the overcrowded hospitals.
Don is a high-strung author of a book on insanity and is interviewed by Leigh French.
Pat makes it official, He's not a Presidential candidate.

2.23 [43] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
18Feb1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Nancy Sinatra
Frank Sinatra Jr.

Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
Juilliard String Quartet.

2.24 [44] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
25Feb1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
Pete Seeger
Scoey Mitchell

Leigh French
Pat Paulsen
Mason Williams
Highlights:
Pete Seeger performs "Waist Deep in the Big Muddy".

2.25 [45] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
03Mar1968 CBS Sun [rerun 16Jun68]
Guests
Country music singer Glen Campbell
singer-musician-composer John Hartford
and comedienne Jackie 'Moms' Mabley.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Mason Williams
Gino Conforti
Jimmy Joyce singers
Louis DaPron dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
Highlights:
Glen sings "Hey, Little Girl".
Glen and John perform "Gentle on My Mind".
Moms does "Without a Mom".
Tom and Dick duet with "English Country Garden".

2.26 [46] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
10Mar1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Glen Campbell
Moms Mabley
Dr. Joyce Brothers

Pat Paulsen
with cameos by Woody Allen, Andy Williams, Robert F. Kennedy, Carol Channing, Robert Morse, Nancy Ames,
David Frye, Pierre Salinger and Senator George Murphy.

############## Summer Show ################
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2.26 [47] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
23Jun1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Glen Campbell
Nancy Sinatra

Highlights:
Glen Campbell sings "Once In A Lifetime", "Dreams Of the Everyday Housewife", "Kentucky Means Paradise"
and "Natural To Be Gone".
Nancy Sinatra sings "Happy".
Glen & Nancy duet on "By The Time I Get To Phoenix/Say A Little Prayer".
Tom & Dick Smothers and Nancy Sinatra join Glen in a whimsical dramatizaton of the Beatles tune "She's Leaving Home".

2.27 [48] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
30Jun1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Flip Wilson
Jerry Stiller
Anne Meara
Teddy Neeley
Louis DaPron Dancers
recurring
John Hartford
Murray Roman
Bob Einstein
Jimmy Joyce Dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra

2.28 [49] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
07Jul1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Lulu
Geezinslaw Brothers
Don Wyatt

Highlights:
Lulu sings "The Look Of Love" and "Morning Dew".

2.29 [50] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
14Jul1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Cream
Vikki Carr
Pat Morita
Ralph Storey

Highlights:
Cream performs "Anyone For Tennis" and "Sunshine Of Your Love".

2.30 [51] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
21Jul1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Roger Miller
Jennifer Warren
George Carlin
Leigh French
Highlights:
Roger Miller sings "Little Green Apples".
Jennifer Warren sings "Both Sides Now".

2.31 [52] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
28Jul1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Bobbie Gentry
Everly Brothers

Mason Williams
Highlights:
Glen sings "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay", "Alimoney", "To Sadnessday" and "Today".
Bobbie Gentry sings "When I Was A Cowboy".
Everly Brothers perform "Milk Train".
Glen & Everly Brothers perform "Bowling Green".
Mason Williams performs "Long Time Blues".
Audience response has prompted the reprise of a segment fromt he series' premier - a three minute,
fine-arts film montage done to the tune of Williams composition "Classical Gas."
Los Angeles newsman Ralph Story interviews Presidential hopeful Pat Paulsen;
Leigh French offers far-out news views: in the finale all hands join in on a 17 song salute to rock & roll.

2.32 [53] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
04Aug1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Judy Collins
Hamilton Camp

Pat Paulsen
Greco & Willard
Highlights:
Chelsea Morning - Judy Collins
Act Naturally - Glen All The Time - Glen Too Old To Cut The Mustard - Glen
Here's To You - Hamilton Camp
Last Thing On My Mind - Glen & Judy Collins
Less Of Me - Glen, Judy Collins, Hamilton Camp
Feelin' Groovy - Glen, Judy Collins, Hamilton Camp
Comedy Skits:
Tommy Smothers appears to salute Glen's new career in the movies (he'll co-star with John Wayn in a Western
named "True Grit".
Pat Paulsen puts his Presidential platform before the people. Greeco & Willard perform comedy black-outs.
Hamilton Camp portrays Captain Bob, the manic host of a TV kiddie show.

2.33 [54] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
11Aug1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Barbara Feldon
Lee Hazelwood
Aaron Williams

Pat Paulsen
Highlights:
If Ever I Would Leave You - Glen
Today - Glen
Truck Driving Man - Glen
The House Song - Lee Hazelwood
After The Lights Go Down Low - Barbara Feldon
Sugartown - Glen & Lee Hazelwood
These Boots Are Made For Walkin' - Glen & Lee Hazelwood
Houston - Glen & Lee Hazelwood
The New Math - Barbara Feldon & Pat Paulsen
Comedy Skits:
Barbara Feldon & Lee Hazelwood join the castg for a game show spoof "What's My Crime". Pat Paulsen escalates
his Presidential campaign, Barbara and Leigh French toast motherhood. Finale: A singing satute to schools.

2.34 [55] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
18Aug1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Jerry Stiller
Anne Meara

Leigh French
John Hartford
Highlights:
If Wishes Were Horses - The First Edition
It's Raining In My Mind - The First Edition
Natural To Be Gone - John Hartford

2.35 [56] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
25Aug1968 CBS Sun
Guests:
Johnny Cash
Tennessee 3
The Stoneman Family

Leigh French
Highlights:
Ballad of the Harp-Weaver - Johnny Cash
Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash

#### The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour ####
########## Season 3 1968-1969 #############
###########################################
CBS Sundays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern

3.01 [57] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: [season 3 Premiere]
29Sep1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Harry Belafonte
Mama Cass Elliott
Rosie Grier

with regular
Pat Paulsen
Jimmy Joyce Singers
Ron Poindexter dancers
Nelson Riddle Orchestra
Launch the third season.

3.02 [58] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
06Oct1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Nancy Sinatra
Aaron Williams

Pat Paulsen
plus a taped appearance by The Beatles.

3.03 [59] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
13Oct1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Barbara Feldon
Bill Medley with The Ideals

Pat Paulsen
Steve Martin
Bob Einstein
plus a second taped appearance by The Beatles.

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
20Oct1968 CBS Sun
pre-empted for Pat Paulsen for President Special with Henry Fonda, Steve Allen and Carl Reiner.

3.04 [60] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
27Oct1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Jack E. Leonard
The Everly Brothers
David Steinberg

Pat Paulsen
and The New Day Singers.

3.05 [61] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
03Nov1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Glen Campbell
Rowan and Martin

and The Clingers.
with regulars
Pat Paulsen
Leigh French
Jimmy Joyce singer
Ron Poindexter dancers

3.06 [62] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
10Nov1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Kate Smith
Mason Williams
Pat Paulsen
and Jefferson Airplane.

3.07 [63] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
17Nov1968 CBS Sun [rerun 09Sep70 on ABC]
Guests
Donovan
Jennifer Warren
Dion
The Committee

and an appearance by George Harrison of The Beatles.
with regulars
Jimmy Joyce singer
Ron Poindexter dancers
Highlights:
The Committee, improvisational comedy group does a spoof of young people's concerts.
An internationally flavored finale around the theme "Those Were the Days!".

*NOTE: Due to the musicians' strike music is provided acappella by the Jimmy Joyce Singers.

3.08 [64] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
24Nov1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Tony Randall
Jennifer Warren
Pat Paulsen
with a cameo by Ed Sullivan.

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
01Dec1968 CBS Sun
pre-empted for Ann Margret Special.


3.09 [65] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
08Dec1968 CBS Sun
Guests
Bob Newhart
Paul Hampton
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition

the cast of Hair
and Steve Martin.

3.10 [66] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
15Dec1968 CBS Sun
Guests
George Carlin
Vic Greco
The Doors
The Committee

3.11 [67] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
22Dec1968 CBS Sun
Guests
George Gobel
Leigh French
Bob Einstein
Spanky and Our Gang

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
29Dec1968 CBS Sun [rerun from 05Nov67]
Guests
Ricardo Montalban
Diahann Carroll
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition


3.12 [68] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
05Jan1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Nanette Fabray
Pat Paulsen
and Steppenwolf.

3.13 [69] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
12Jan1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Gina Lollobrigida
Don Rickles
Jerry Vale

The Chambers Brothers
and a number of acrobats and animals.

3.14 [70] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
19Jan1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Ray Charles
Jackie Mason

World of 1968 Time Capsule.

3.15 [71] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
26Jan1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Andy Williams
The Clingers

Leigh French
Billy Barty
Bob Einstein
and Times Square Two.

3.16 [72] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
02Feb1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Burl Ives
Jackie and Roy

Leigh French
Steve Martin
and The Chambers Brothers.

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
09Feb1969
pre-empted for British Award program featuring Ian Richardson, Judi Dench, Bill Travers.

3.17 [73] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
16Feb1969 CBS Sun [rerun 26Aug70 on ABC]
Guests
Liberace
David Frye
Hedge and Donna

Pat Paulsen

3.18 [74] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
23Feb1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Victor Borge
The Clingers
Joe South
Bob Einstein
Hello People
and The Beatles (repeat)

3.19 [75] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
02Mar1969 CBS Sun [rerun 05Aug70 on ABC]   pre-empted and postponed ?  [see #3.27  27Apr69]
Guests
Jonathan Winters
Judy Collins
Glen Campbell

John Hartford

Episodes to be re-numbered from here .........

 [--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
09Mar1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Joan Baez
Jackie Mason

singers Nino Tempo and April Stevens.

pre-empted and postponed to March 30, 1969.

3.21 [77] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
16Mar1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Glen Campbell
David Frye

Leigh French
The Righteous Brothers.

3.22 [78] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
23Mar1969 CBS Sun
Guests
poet-singer Donovan
Peter, Paul and Mary
satirist Mort Sahl
songstress Jennifer Warren

3.23 [79] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
30Mar1969 CBS Sun  (postponed from 9 Mar69
Guests
Joan Baez
Jackie Mason

singers Nino Tempo and April Stevens
John Hartford
and The Committee.

3.24 [80] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
06Apr1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Nancy Wilson
David Steinberg
Teddy Neeley
Dan Rowan


3.25 [81] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
13Apr1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Pat Paulsen
Mason Williams
Biff Rose
Ike & Tina Turner Revue


3.26 [82] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
20Apr1969 CBS Sun
Guests
Anthony Newley
Jennifer
The Clingers
Leigh French

Bob Einstein as Officer Judy
Plus cameos by
Harry Belafonte, Victor Borge, Ray Charles, Donovan, Nanette Fabray, Barbara Feldon, David Frye, George Goble,
Jack E. Leonard, Liberace, Jackie Mason, Bob Newhart, Pat Paulsen, Tony Randall, Nancy Sinatra, Kate Smith,
Andy Williams, Jonathan Winters.

3.27 [83] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
27Apr1969 CBS Sun [rerun 05Aug70 on ABC] [see #3.19 - 2 Mar1969]
Guests
Jonathan Winters
Judy Collins
Leigh French

cameos by Glen Campbell and Joey Bishop

[--] 8Jun1969 (some sources say the last CBS episode aired on this date - possibly a rerun)

#### The Smothers Brothers Summer Show ####
############### Summer 1970 ###############
###########################################
A change of network & day from CBS Sundays to
ABC Wednesdays
Producer: Norman Sedawie
Regulars: Sally Struthers, Spencer Quinn
Announcer: Roger Carroll
Orchestra: Denny Vaughan
Includes some reruns of their CBS Comedy Hour Shows

4.01 [84] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
08Jul1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Marlo Thomas
Nancy Sinatra
Ted Mack
Bobby Stevens

and The Checkmates
Spencer Quinn

13-year-old Natalie Brown
and Harry Nilsson.

4.02 [85] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
15Jul1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Peter Lawford
Pat Paulsen
Mac Davis
Sally Struthers


Pat Paulsen returns to the fold along with guests Peter Lawford and songwriter-singer Mac Davis.
Paulsen delivers a silly paper on a "look at the 70s," and frolics with Peter Lawford and Sally Struthers
in a "Little Miss Muffett" takeoff.
Some laughs come out of a loan company sketch with Lawford playing a vice president asking for collateral.
Mac Davis, an amiable fellow, uses bits of his creations like "Put a Bar in My Car".
Sally Struthers imitates Richard Burton reciting "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and regular Spencer Quinn does
commercials "to show the medium for what it is."
Tom Smothers' new mynah bird still has trouble uttering "heavy" or "far out" after the leader's bright remarks.

4.03 [86] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
22Jul1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Petula Clark
Pat Paulsen
South African writer-actor Kendrew Lascelles.

4.04 [87] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
29Jul1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Burl Ives
John Hartford
Delaney Bonnie and Friends

and The Los Angeles String Quartet.

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
05Aug1970 ABC Wed [rerun from 27Apr69
& 2Mar69]
Guests
Jonathan Winters
Judy Collins
Leigh French

4.05 [88] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
12Aug1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Pete Seeger
Arlo Guthrie

poet-singers Seals and Croft.
Clark and Marilyn Burroughs
and The Evolution Revolution.
A repeat of "The Box" a poem about war and children, closes the hour.

4.06 [89] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
19Aug1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Pat Paulsen
Little Richard
Delores Hall
songwriter-poet Kris Kristofferson.
Tom, from Mill Valley, introduces Rita Abrams of that town, who sings her composition "Mill Valley."

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
26Aug1970 ABC Wed [rerun from 16Feb69]
Guests
Liberace
David Frye
Hedge and Donna


4.07 [90] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
02Sep1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Richard Pryor
Jennifer Warren
Mason Williams
and Procul Harum UK musical group.

[--] The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:
09Sep1970 ABC Wed [rerun from 17Nov68]
Guests
Donovan
Jennifer Warren
Dion
The Committee
and an appearance by George Harrison of The Beatles.

4.08 [91] The Smothers Brothers Summer Show:
16Sep1970 ABC Wed
Guests
Pat Paulsen
Keith Barbour
Edwin Hawkins Singers

John Denver join in for a Tom and Dick goodbye.

###### The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour #####
################### the end ##################
##############################################

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